What is Web 3.0? --------- What is the difference between Web 1.0, Web 2.0, and Web 3.0?

Web 3.0 is often called the decentralized Web and is the third generation of the world wide web

Web 3.0 links information faster and offers an online experience tailored to the users’ needs. 

The essential components of Web 3.0 are AI, ML algorithms, and cognitive computing.

Besides that, Web 3.0 also uses a 

blockchain security program to help your data always remain secure and confidential.

The differences between web 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0

The main feature of Web 1.0 is that it statically displays data

The main feature of Web 1.0 is that it statically displays data

There was little to no user engagement with the information, 

and there was no way to give remarks or modify any material on the websites.

The main features of Web 2.0 were that the websites in this Web emphasized user-generated content, 

were simplistic, and were more accessible to consumers or end-users.