How Data Control and Convenience Evolved from Web1 to Web2 to Web3 by CoinQuora

How Data Control and Convenience Evolved from Web1 to Web2 to Web3

As the Internet continues to grow and evolve, so does the way people interact with services. A lot has changed regarding data control, platform logins, etc. from “web1”. Although “web2” has introduced some intriguing changes and upgrades, the focus is on “web3” and how it will empower users again.

The advent of the Web1

Although the first version of the Internet and its services did not seem too attractive at first, it serves as the basis for the way we use the Web today. One of the downsides of Web1 was the very small number of content creators compared to the number of people who wanted to consume content. As a result, hosting a website on an ISP-managed web server was common practice, as were free web hosting services. Popular companies from this era include Stamps (NASDAQ:).com, GeoCities (acquired by Yahoo…

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