Web 3.0 vs Web 2.0

The transition from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0 implies a paradigm change with far-reaching ramifications for enterprises in a variety of industries. This blog tries to explore Web 3.0 vs Web 2.0, emphasizing their different qualities, technological underpinnings, and potential impact on business models. Web 2.0, also known as the participative social web, ushered in a new era of user-generated content, interactivity, and collaboration on the internet, spawning social networking sites, blogs, and e-commerce platforms. Web 3.0, also known as the semantic web, on the other hand, offers an enhanced layer of data interpretation, interoperability, and user empowerment by using…

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Before looking at both of them — first, we need to understand why the emergence of these two technologies was needed for…

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We live in a world where people have no time for automated messages, calls, or even automated marketing for that…

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