The future of technology and business is the web 3.0. The internet has changed the way we live and do business, but it’s still only scratching the surface of its potential. There are many opportunities for new technologies to emerge in this era of digitization and globalization, but one thing is clear: technology will continue to change business in ways we haven’t even thought of yet!

In the future, the internet is not just a collection of websites and apps that you visit on your computer or mobile device. The web will become a network of networks where all devices communicate with each other.

Via: https://www.bbva.ch/noticia/que-es-la-web-3-0-y-sus-principales-caracteristicas/

To understand how this will work, imagine walking through a city and every person you pass has their own personal smartphone, but also has sensors in their clothes that connect to the same wireless network as everyone else. 

This makes it possible for someone nearby to know what time you leave home in the morning, how long it takes for your commute to work, and which routes are quickest based on traffic patterns at different times throughout the day.

The term “Web 3.0” is used because this new type of internet relies on decentralized technologies like blockchain instead of one central server like today’s World Wide Web does—it also allows users much more control over their data than they have now with social media sites like Facebook or Twitter where everything users post becomes profitable fodder for advertisers who don’t necessarily care about privacy policies anyway (think Cambridge Analytica).

The layers of the Internet

So if you think about it, we have three layers here: 

  • There’s an underlying technology which is called TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol), 
  • Then we have HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) 
  • And HTML (HyperText Markup Language). 

These are all protocols for transmitting data across networks; they’re just different ways of getting bits from point A to point B over wires or airwaves or whatever else you can use these days to send data around; so HTTP/HTML along with TCP/IP are kind of like your basic building blocks for how websites work today with standard web browsers like Chrome or Firefox or Safari or Opera etc…

Via: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/web-30-roberth-e-mendoza-g-/?originalSubdomain=es

These three layers make up what we call “The World Wide Web” – also known as “Web 2.0” because back then when WWW was invented people thought “Wow! This changes everything!”

We invite you to join our nonstop growing business cannabitz, using the Web 3.0 technology, wait no more and check this 90 billion industry.