Web 3.0 is emerging with a strong narrative that is readily translated into code. Let’s compare and contrast some of the most popular frameworks in the growing web development space.
In previous sections, we have explored the theoretical framework of Quadratic voting for Ethereum (Part 1) and the implementations of Mechanism designs on Polkadot (Part 2). This final section focuses on the concept of Verifiable identities as deployed on the Sovrin blockchain.
In the previous section, we have explored the theoretical framework of Quadratic voting for Ethereum (Part 1). This second section considers in details the Mechanism designs implemented on Polkadot.
Democracy and Blockchain technology are about to converge into Blockchain democracy. This is the realm where blockchain governance and dApps development determine the adoption of new voting mechanisms and the disintegration of federated digital identities. Whether it is in revolution or innovation, there are always quiet actors paving new pathways well ahead of the D-Day. This series of articles serves as an introduction to today’s makers of tomorrow’s web.
As cryptocurrencies gain in popularity, human development follows closely through web-based initiatives and financial incentives. Let’s look at some emerging Earn-As-You-Browse applications.
By now, I’m convinced that Findability has a much bigger part to play as we slowly move towards Web 3.0. This is the realm of AI, Big Data and… Blockchain Technology.
These are interesting times for internet customers. Facebook got told for selling our data, but Google is roaming free. Data Protection laws are sprouting up yet more people are making a career out of data analytics and tools. Google Custom Search Engine perfectly illustrates these blurry lines of our shoddy times.
It’s always interesting to ponder the future implications of a new or emerging technology. Blockchain is easily the biggest game changer of the last 2 years. It seems set to infiltrate every area of our digital existence in months and years to come.