Value of new netizens in distributed blockchain architecture in Web3.0 Era

Time:2021-5-7

Author / Yin Yuchuan

Web reveals the destiny of all mankind. Web family cooperates with netizens all over the world to build a decentralized future. In the Web1.0 era, everyone competes for the best, converges and innovates, and the traffic consensus is reached. Yahoo and Google have developed the economic color of search. Tencent and MSN slowly open the digital value-added door of the center, allowing the main business and concurrent business to interact. The system of knowledge and innovation has put forward a perfect hypothesis for the development of the world. In the era of Web2.0, the historical situation of technology centralization has been overturned, and the future of technology centralization is coming. Excessive speculation has broken the world expansion of technology capital, and open interaction has made the rhythm of new and old destiny more harmonious. Google can search more than 470 million links, the world’s fate is shrinking the Internet bubble, the distribution of the center gradually collapsed. In the Web3.0 era, the business model of new netizens is forged by capitalists. From the era of technology Internet to the era of value Internet, the redistribution of value, virtual wealth and security solutions make netizens become the president of the Internet. Information should not be upside down, but form accurate and effective connection with the real world. From the birth of bitcoin white paper, cryptopunk has created a future containing some business logic in the application layer. Business model is more important than technology path. Baidu, Tencent and Ali leave their thinking to a more interesting world – blockchain, unitimes and other in-depth aggregation technologies and applications. They can see a visual future on the mobile end, unite blockchain projects all over the world, closely link value, form and users, and make the value Internet world more brilliant.

Value of new netizens in distributed blockchain architecture in Web3.0 Era

Sir Berners Lee, the founder of the web family, has seen an automated and intelligent Internet application scenario, which deeply connects metadata and data, and delivers the results of practitioners’ discussion with internet rules through the semantic web. Web3.0 brings a distributed database that naturally fits with the blockchain. New netizens can avoid the conventional 51% attack through consistent algorithm, and build a new distributed database with blockchain, which is different from the traditional database, but also brings the exploitation of the encryption world. For the usage fee of Dropbox, individuals have 2GB of free storage, which is more than $8.87 per month. Enterprise services have 2TB of memory, and each user charges $11.09 per month. Storj’s data storage fee is $0.015 per 1GB / month, and $15 per month when using 1 TB. Some people regard Web3.0 as a full image Internet world. However, Xiaobian thinks that Web3.0 is not a virus that mixes technological progress, but a decentralized future of social networking, mobile devices and search world.

Web3.0 is not the idealistic data influence and architecture thinking of Web1.0 and Web2.0. This decision tree forms an interesting and useful business non redundant picture to the greatest extent. This productivity enables distributed commerce and value transmission mode to realize time and space proof, and makes storage and retrieval full of interest. New netizens can sell their surplus value to obtain knowledge and capital logic. This kind of core transaction information is symmetrical and preference analysis can make blockchain reduce trust cost, information cost and transaction cost in familiar financial industry and securities companies, and match transaction demand, supply demand and competition demand in scale, so as to maximize its own profit.

Web3.0 makes value separate from new Internet users, deviates from or evades the center, and reduces monopoly. The bifurcation of blockchain allows users to grab more rights and interests. With the same contribution process, new Internet users and enterprises can change the traditional ecology, or let new Internet users participate in the redistribution of enterprise value. The believers of blockchain try to build a highly productive application future, and have realized exploration in many fields, but there are still many enterprises quitting the competition.

The new netizen ecology is to let netizens break the monopoly of enterprises. Netizens can master a large amount of production information and application data, enhance their contribution in the Web3.0 era, and expand the share of senior income distribution. Everyone, including Xiaobian, can highly obtain the value of the Internet. In the era of Web3.0, unitimes has the following characteristics: first, users’ sharing is not limited by time and place; Second, the aggregation of shared information will not lose packets; Thirdly, discussion groups and communities with interest aggregation can accommodate various market segments; Fourth, the atmosphere of open and inclusive contribution allows users to get more value allocation. Unitimes is a relatively public blockchain community for new Internet users in the era of value Internet. It is an excellent platform for investors, developers, industry service providers, researchers and policy makers. Unitimes pays more attention to the interaction between people and machines, realizes the deep combination of active and passive, and is more in line with the use habits of new Internet users.

Value of new netizens in distributed blockchain architecture in Web3.0 Era

The emergence of blockchain technology and blockchain applications has made the originally turbid capital market somewhat transparent and greatly improved the information security of users. However, once the encryption method makes it impossible to check the information, blockchain is still a double-edged sword.

Cryptocurrency has made many people excited, and the wider blockchain + world makes full use of everyone’s pocket, desktop, car, residence and office, so as to make the network marginalized, realize the point-to-point interaction of each node, and realize information verification and source opening. Google has quietly lost the motto of “don’t do evil”, and new Internet users have gained the supreme personal rights. Individuals are no longer exploiters and undertakers in capital operation, but prophets and reformers who can foresee the future. Google has fairly lost its bottom of not being evil, and new netizens have obtained the supreme personal rights. Individuals are no longer explorers and bearers in capital operations, but predictors and reformers who can see the future. The data privacy of 50 million login accounts is becoming a burden for many large enterprises. It is extremely stupid for power to be packaged with complex problems. Power should be the balance of Internet organization structure, information structure, transmission structure and rule structure, rather than the brew of compliance, vibration and cyber violence.

Value of new netizens in distributed blockchain architecture in Web3.0 Era

In Homo sapiens, Yuval Harari explores such a view: in the end, on a historical scale, it is human beings’ ability to conceptualize, abstract and share common beliefs through language, which enables strangers to cooperate and communities to rise. The community should be the cradle of industrial research, learning and exploration, interactive communication and sharing, so that each blockchain community user becomes the center and focus. More and more centers are becoming cheap, from Microsoft to Linux. In the past century, we have been exploring the interaction among massive computing, machine learning, and distributed data. However, the storage, social networking, and mobility of new Internet users are still dominated by privacy, trust, competition, and monopoly. The isolated island of information, non violent disclosure, encrypted Utopian benefit cage, panoramic privacy prison, and marginalized value ideal trial, The crisis of interest participation and the voice of investors are also worth thinking in Web3.0. What does web4.0, the next generation of Web3.0, want?