Frequently Asked Questions

We share frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the content of the Masterclass:

1. What defines Web 3.0 according to Extrimian?

From Extrimian’s point of view, Web 3.0 is characterized by disintermediation, which implies a reduction of intermediaries in online interactions and transactions, allowing for more direct, secure and decentralized operations.

2. How do the stages of Internet evolution differ?

  • Web 1.0: Focused on providing globally accessible information through websites.
  • Web 2.0: Evolved towards interaction, allowing users not only to consume but also to create content on platforms such as social networks.
  • Web 3.0: It is distinguished by promoting disintermediation, facilitating direct and decentralized operations and giving more control to users.

3. What are the key enabling technologies in each Internet era?

  • Web 1.0: Technologies such as HTML and HTTP.
  • Web 2.0: Advances such as JavaScript, JSON, social networking and cloud computing.
  • Web 3.0: Advanced cryptography (including blockchain), decentralized identity and artificial intelligence.

4. What have been the predominant business models at each stage of the Internet?

  • Web 1.0: Online advertising and e-commerce.
  • Web 2.0: Monetization of personal and behavioral data.
  • Web 3.0: Models based on decentralization and subscription services.

5. How does Web 3.0 integrate the physical and digital world?

Web 3.0 seeks greater portability of identity and reputation between the physical and digital worlds, enabling consistency in user identity regardless of where or how they interact.

6. Will Web 3.0 replace the previous stages of the Internet?

No, Web 3.0 does not seek to replace Web 1.0 or Web 2.0, but to complement and expand them. It adds new dimensions to online interaction, leveraging decentralization and a more seamless integration of the physical and digital worlds.