01. Open or Transparent
One of the major characteristics of Web 3.0 is the open network, all applications and programs are developed
using open-source software. Essentially the code for development, which is a virtual resource.
02. Trustless and Permissionless
The blockchain’s peer-to-peer network helps siphon the need for an intermediary or governing body, that looks
over the transactions and interactions happening over the internet. The centralized control over data by platform
companies moves into the hands of the individuals using smart protocols over the blockchain that eliminate the
need for third parties.
With the underlying blockchain technology, the data will not be stored in silos by gatekeepers of the internet.
Instead with a distributed network of the Web 3.0, the data generated from smart devices, appliances, and
sensors, can be sold by users through decentralized data networks, ensuring that users retain ownership control.
04. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning
Web 3.0 will be able to assimilate and process data very similar to humans by using technologies based upon
semantic web concepts and natural language processing. The underlying technology interprets and presents
relevant results to search queries by analysed and iterating the search outputs in accordance with the user.
05. 3D Visualisation
This will help maintain the real-life scale and experience.
Examples: museum guides, operation theatre, assembly line, industrial machinery, automotive, computer games,
eCommerce, geospatial contexts.
06. Semantic Web
The semantic web improves web technologies and assimilates information similar to a human, than a machine
depending on keyword.
07. Connectivity and ubiquity
Web 3.0 with the help of IoT would emerge ubiquitously and will connect all smart devices. This will help in
providing a 360-degree view of all assets and the rich data generated can also be analysed for drawing a range
of insights depending on the users’ needs.
The ongoing merger between the physical and virtual world can be seen by the dramatic growth of online
gaming, digital twin architectural design, and augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR). Combining 5G and IoT, the
ongoing evolution in computing and information technology is now moving to create a graphic-intensive