Evolve to Web 3.0 with
We are now at an interesting juncture of Web 2.0 and Web 3.0. While the former is soon going to be a thing of the past, the latter is steadily developing to take over the internet.
So what does this mean for developers? Well, it may be the right time to hop on to the Web 3.0 bandwagon and explore the infinite possibilities as the future of the internet takes shape. As users grow privacy aware, the adoption of Web 3.0 will only increase. But this isn’t the only reason to make the leap to Web 3.0. There is more. Read on.
Why Web 3.0?
Open-source, trustless, and permissionless are the three aspects that largely define Web 3.0, with decentralization at its core. Developers acquainted with Web 3.0 can now get to work on some of the most exciting and cutting-edge projects. In the near future, building for Web 3.0 may end up becoming a necessary skill stack for developers.
Here are some more reasons to consider transitioning to Web 3.0:
Get to work with emerging technologies
Whether you are a frontend or backend developer, there’s something for everyone in Web 3.0. While backend developers can get onto writing smart contracts and work in languages such as Solidity, Vyper, and Golang, front-end developers can develop DApps. Considering the fact that many Blockchain programming languages are still in their nascent stages, you get to work with emerging technologies and push the boundaries of your profession.
Redefine privacy and ownership
Web 3.0 is all about redefining privacy and ownership. One of the broader goals of Web 3.0 is to ensure that users have complete say on their data, personal information, identity, and its monetization. By switching to Web 3.0, you can make a private, secure, and decentralized internet possible.
Chase exciting job opportunities
You can now work with exciting Web 3.0 projects that are developing privacy-preserving applications, decentralized storage networks, launchpads, DAOs, DeFi applications, and NFTs, among others. What’s more, a large number of Web 3.0 projects and startups are futuristic, just like the technology they’re working on. This means developers get greater control over their work, time, and life.
Join Arcana & Reshape the Internet
We at Arcana Network are creating a storage layer for Ethereum, offering decentralized storage along with a Privacy Stack that provides end-to-end encryption, non-custodial key management services, and decentralized identity and access management. Our decentralized storage network is ideally positioned to take on traditional cloud storage providers, while offering a transparent, highly secure, and seamless experience for our users.
Here’s what our cofounders have to say about Web 3.0 and working with us:
“In any transformational technology, the earliest adopters see the most upside. That is of course if this tech survives. In my opinion, we are beyond the point where Web3 is a bubble. But we still have a long way to go. The chance to build something truly innovative and grab some of the upside ought to be unignorable at this point” — Mayur Relekar, Co-founder and CEO.
“Web 3.0 is a once-in-a-century foundational technology that is rewriting how we build, engage, and work. Being at its inception allows you to shape a part of that future — it allows you to work from anywhere, on any project, and on any problem that excites you, without borders and lock-ins. This freedom to build is unique to Web 3.0” — Aravindh Kumar, Co-founder
Join us in our privacy revolution and help us create a decentralized internet. We are a remote-first company hiring across the world for a number of positions! Check out our careers page for more information on open positions: https://arcana.network/careers/
About Arcana Network
Arcana Network is a decentralized storage layer for Ethereum, offering storage for DApps built on EVM compatible chains, such as Ethereum, Binance chain, and Polygon (Matic). But Arcana doesn’t stop at storage. To fully realise the privacy and data ownership benefits of decentralized storage, you need a suite of services, which are currently not decentralised. Arcana fixes this with its Privacy Stack. Arcana’s Privacy stack offers Decentralized Storage that is end-to-end encrypted, along with Non-custodial Key Management Services (KMS) and Decentralized Identity and Access Management.