Web 2.0 what comes next? - Web 3.0

    What is Web 2.0 - it is believed that an exact description is not yet available. I want to offer it. And for this it is necessary to propose a logic that will show development - what happened before and what will happen after.

    So Web or Web 1.0 - the Internet, pages, portals, users - while users are passive readers of portals, all information and work is done by the owners of pages and portals.

    Web 2.0 - users manage the content of portals - the owners of portals and pages create conditions for the convenience of users. Users work on the basis of their own enthusiasm.

    Web 3.0 - the owners of pages and portals create the conditions for users not only to work (create content, attendance ...), but to earn money. Those. technologically deliver to users a narrow task within which they could do GOODS. Those. a high-quality and sought-after product that would be immediately sold on the portal. Thus, users make goods, users buy goods, users receive money, the portal receives its percentage.

    Why did I divide these categories exactly like that? Because after Web 1.0 in Web 2.0, the properties of the portals changed - they became massive and centripetal. Those. users are interested where there are a lot of users, where there is a lot of content, where life is in full swing - and this quality determined the wave of portals which were given the name Web 2.0

    Web 3.0 takes users to a new level, they are interested in income, therefore, in sales of their goods, therefore in its high quality. This means that the portal receives more content or goods and it is of better quality, this attracts additional users and some of them become buyers and some are included in the production of goods - both conditions bring the quality and speed of the portal to new qualitative indicators.

    Plus, if a portal in the Web 2.0 system could become commercial only when it gained a lot of traffic — which can be converted into advertising revenue — then in the web 3.0 system — the portal was commercial from the moment it was launched, as soon as the first purchase was made — the portal began to receive its percentage - this also allows you to develop at a completely different pace without waiting for investors or without untwisting a portal for sale.

    So back to the (kind of scientific) definition of Web 2.0 and Web 3.0:

    Web-2.0 is a set of solutions creating the conditions for creating content with the involvement of a large number of users acting on the basis of enthusiasm.

    So Web-3.0 is a complex of solutions under which conditions are created for creating content by a large number of users on a reimbursable basis. Those. users in addition to moral satisfaction receive material rewards.

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