What is Web 3?
Web 3.0 is the next evolution of the World Wide Web.
The term incorporates a number of different concepts including: decentralization, blockchain, and token-based economics.
Web 3.0 has been developed on innovative technologies focussed on ensuring security, privacy and transparency including blockchain, artificial intelligence, semantic web, and machine learning. The key traits of Web 3.0 are a focus on transformed user experiences, decentralization, and openness.
While there are many different ideas around Web 3, most observers would agree that the main aspects are:
A web that understands humans and works on improving online technologies with additional functionalities.
Spatial computing and 3D graphics.
A web that is capable of
learning and adapting to user
Connectivity and Ubiquity
A web that is always connected and accessible.
Blockchain and Decentralization
A web that is decentralized and secure.
The OmniIndex Data Platform is a Web 3 data solution. It uses each of the 5 key Web 3 aspects listed above to ensure users get the most out of their data with it being secure and private throughout. To learn exactly how OmniIndex uses these ideas, download James Stanbridge’s White Paper ‘OmniIndex: The Web 3.0 Data Platform’.
“The OmniIndex Platform’s architecture ensures it is always connected and accessible. This is important as it makes it easy for users to access and work with their data from anywhere at any time.
A key part of this is the Platform’s blockchain file system. With this system, data is stored in an immutable and decentralized way. In other words, data stored in The OmniIndex Platform cannot be changed or deleted and multiple copies of the data are distributed across the cloud network.”