Web3.0

WEB 3.0 and the Metaverse Era

Arti platform that provides NFT and customized services to users in a decentralized metaverse space using blockchain and WEB3.0 technology
Metaverse NFT will work based on Web 3.0.

Web1.0, Web2.0

Web 1.0 was a way for web service operators to unilaterally deliver information to users. It was a form of passively obtaining information like reading a newspaper or TV. However, as time passed, the web took the form of a platform, and the era of Web 2.0, where everyone participated to create and share information, rather than being centered on a few operators, was ushered in.
Web 2.0 refers to Internet services from the mid-2000s to the present. This is the stage of information delivery that is shared in both ways, such as blogs such as Naver Blog, Cyworld, Facebook, YouTube, and social media. However, the IT dinosaur companies that provide the platform have caused a lot of security problems by accumulating on their servers and using personal information. The concept that emerged to solve the problem of centralized Web 2.0 is Web 3.0.
web2.0 and Web3.0 Ecosystem

Web 3.0

While the web so far has mainly dealt with information that humans can see and understand, the Semantic Web Web 3.0, called the Semantic Web, gives meaning to all data on the web to create an intelligent web that computers can understand, and human involvement It refers to the implementation of an Internet environment in which computers can quickly and automatically process without having to do so. Web 3.0 refers to a next-generation network structure that decentralizes all data and information to return centralized power and data to individuals, and aims to literally implement a decentralized web with a focus on blockchain-based technology.

Web3.0 ecosystem system

The technology surrounding Web 3.0 is developing even at this moment. Even with the advent of Web 3.0, individuals will still use a Web browser to access the Web, and it will be superficially similar to Web 2.0. At first glance, the transition from Web 2.0 to 3.0 may not seem difficult, but the framework that connects users and digital services inside is significantly different.