Web 3.0 is the next stage in the development of the internet and the web, and it has the potential to be just as disruptive as Web 2.0 was
The fundamental ideas of decentralisation, openness, and increased user usefulness form the foundation of Web 3.0.
In the 1990s, Berners-Lee elaborated on several of these crucial ideas, as listed below:
Decentralisation: “No authorization from a central authority is required to put anything on the web
there is no single point of failure and no “kill switch” because there is no central controlling node!
The freedom from indiscriminate censorship and surveillance is also implied by this.
Bottom-up design: “Instead of having a small group of experts write and oversee the code,
it was created in plain sight of everyone, encouraging maximum participation and experimentation.”