numerous were shocked by the news that TBD, an assistant of Block, Twitter’s co-producer Jack Dorsey, declared the start of the Web5 outlet.
At first, Web1 was known as the web. At this phase, the first websites, outlets and online systems were expanded, and users could only skim the data, without the opportunity for direct commerce. As no interaction was apparent between users. Those who accessed the web just expended the subject made accessible in a web of one-way communication and, for this description, Web1 was also named “Static Web.”
With the development of Web backing technologies, Web2 slowly came with the emergence and growth of public networks and all the applications such as blogs, conferences and podcasts that made new shapes of participative communication apparent.
due to the growth of this new equipment, users started to communicate with each other and share their topics. In this step, the user who was once just a passive actor came to be the owner of the innovation and supervision of online subjects, the establishment of new procedures and interactions, which is why Web 2 has been called the “Collaborative Web.”
Just like the other phases of the web, it is hard to identify when Web3 was built. This is because Web development is a process and, as such, has no established start date. But, several insist that the idea of Web3 started around 2006, although the term Web3 was only designed in 2014 by Gavin Wood. It is supposed to be the next step of the internet. And, I say apparently, because it is yet in its infancy and therefore there is yet no assurance of what the next phase of the Web will certainly be.
After Web3 — the phrase includes all the blockchain and decentralized technologies being created all over the world — the next phase of the Web is not truly a new edition but is an alternative edition of what we already have (Web2) or are already creating (Web3).
The Emotional Web
Although for the first time several heard of Web5 when headlines documented Jack Dorsey’s announcement, the fact is that the phrase is not new.
Tim Berners-Lee, the producer of the Web, gave a speech at TED Talks in 2009 in which he discussed Web5: “Open, connected, intelligent Web,” which he caned it the Emotional Web.
Vastly of what is referred to as “false promise” by analysts of Web3 appears much further problematic to fulfill with Bitcoin alone — at least for presently. Bitcoin’s decentralization and preference for cybersecurity arrive at the payment of storage area, and, at the top, transaction speed although the progress made by the Lightning Network is persuading.