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What is Web 3.0, Why it is Similar to Blockchain, and the Difference Between Web 3.0 and Metaverse?

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Historically, in the era of Web 2.0, people register on different platforms, upvote other users on social networks, buy and sell items to each other, the Web 2.0 platform is completely user-centric, always requires a user sign-in process in order to verify the true identities of users. The business publishes their services…

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