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From Web1.0 to Web3.0

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The web is a complex place as you well know, and as you imagine it is a place in constant evolution. Were you born when the first home PCs connected to the internet? Maybe you remember the slowness of the connection, or the croaking of the modem, or you can remember how crap sites.

Yes well, they were useful for sure, but in 1995 they were just hypertext pages where the most dynamic thing you could do was click on a link and…

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