The internet has come a long way since its inception in the early 1990s. The first version, or Web 1.0, was predominantly used for information sharing and communication between users. In the early 2000s, Web 2.0 emerged, which allowed for user-generated content and collaboration. Now, the next iteration, Web 3.0, is starting to take shape. […]
Blockchain decentralizes, encrypts, and cross-checks data through the entire network, making it difficult—but not impossible—to attack or hack.