Invent for New generationWeb 3.0 can be defined as a new generation of web, which is powered by the Blockchain technology. Web 3.0 has two main purposes, to provide a decentralized web for the masses and to power the cloud computer for data storage and computing.
Peer to Peer NetworkThe second purpose is powering a cloud computer: where computing power could only be accessed via API before Web 3.0 and now anyone can have access to this computing power through decentralized peer-to-peer networks at any time and from anywhere in the world with an Internet connection.
InnovativeWeb 3.0 is the third edition of the World Wide Web with a shift to decentralization and internet of things. It is an upgrade from the current web 2.0 which is centralized and has limited access to data storage and computing.
Energy ConsumptionWeb 3.0 provides various benefits like: lower costs of computing, reduced energy consumption, improved security, increased privacy without having to sacrifice on convenience or scale; etc.
ReachableMore people are beginning to use Web 3.0 for their internet browsing as it provides features like faster access, better security, and lower energy consumption than Web 2.0
The IPFS network is a peer-to-peer network of computers that share resources to efficiently provide content to anyone that requests it. Computers that join the IPFS network use a protocol called Bitswap to request and supply blocks of data using a hash-based Content Identifier to uniquely identify each block.
Swarm is a decentralized storage, service, and communication platform designed to deliver permissionless, censorship-resistant infrastructure for the deployment of dApp code. Built on the Ethereum web3 stack, Swarm aims to provide a range of Web 3.0 services, including messaging, music and video streaming, and database hosting. Swarm's long-term vision is to become the operating system of the re-decentralised internet by returning control of data to its users.
Data and identity are referenced openly in Web 3 .0 storage since it leverages decentralized data and identity protocols like IPFS and SWARM. Your data is totally portable and accessible from anywhere. Broadcasting data to the IPFS network, whether on a local or peer device, or uploaded to Web 3.0 storage itself. Data is referenced using IPFS content identifiers that are specific to the data which delivers cryptographic confirmation that your data is physically being kept without needing to trust web 3.0 storage leading to increased storage.
Quickly and securely deploy dedicated nodes and minimize the need for node operations with fully managed , With Web 3.0 Use Google's own backbone to provide low-latency access to nodes and applications for customers globally. Developers can easily deploy nodes with the reliability, performance, and security expected with cloud storage.
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