“Decentralisation” is the holy grail of blockchain technology that participants seek to achieve by expanding their network across many nodes and multiples geolocations. Web 3.0 requires a different approach that we will outline in this article.
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.
For the past 30 years, the world has been divided into “developed nations”, “developing countries” and the “Third World”. However, these labels break down when it comes to web technologies. This article looks into parallels and trends between web development and human development.
As we have seen previously, web development offers multi-layered opportunities for work. It seamlessly mixes engineering, visual arts, computing, marketing and business studies. Let’s look at the practical aspects of starting in the field.
We often talk about the Web as if it is a technology set in stone, and with well-rounded edges. In reality, Web developers often find themselves juggling insecurely with an ever-changing definition of “the Web”.