What is Web 3.0?

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The web 3.0 or decentralised Internet, allows each Internet user to manage and control all their digital identities and associated personal data, while actively participating in the governance of the web.

Thanks to the decentralised protocols enabled by blockchain technology and Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI), Web 3.0 ensures :

  • Freedom: in Web 3.0, access to all services is under the full control of the end-users.
  • Transparency: in Web 3.0, users can access any source of content on the web.
  • Security: in Web 3.0, users can access any service with a high level of security thanks to the decentralisation of registers.
  • Verifiability: in Web 3.0, every Internet user can check the authenticity of data on the web (this includes documents, articles and any published content).

Web 3.0 provides an additional layer of identity that allows all applications to take advantage of secure and verifiable protocols so that all online experiences are safe.