Although the definition of web 3.0 varies from person to person, it all started with a movement away from centralized services, such as bank wallets/search engines, social media We pay media and various applications.
At present, our mainstream information, data and currency storage are centralized. We all store photos In all kinds of clouds and online disks, the money is placed in the bank/other payment software. From a technical
point of view, Web 3.0 wants to create a serverless surroundings. From an operational perspective, it wants to build a network without a central organization. So its attitude is antitrust, whether it’s data or currency.