Web3 for Dummies


Web2 is the Internet we use today — Photo by William Hook on Unsplash
Web2 companies host applications and data in their server farms — Photo by Paul Hanaoka on Unsplash


A Blockchain is a distributed network of computers without an owner — Photo by Shubham Dhage on Unsplash


Today, we gain access to ‘free’ internet services by giving up control of our personal data. Ethereum services are open by default — you just need a wallet. These wallets are free and easy to set up, controlled by you, and work without any personal info. (cit. Ethereum Official Website)

Ethereum is a World Computer with no ownership — Photo by NASA on Unsplash
Coinbase has launched a Web3 browser within its app — Photo by Coinbase Blog

The Graph

The Graph is partnering with hundreds of new apps that are built for Web3 — Photo from The Graph


A Crypto Wallet hosts both your credentials and your crypto currencies — Photo from Efma

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