Tim Berners-Lee (inventor of the World Wide Web) is working on his interpretation of Web3, it's called Solid.

After researching the project, we've highlighted some of the key benefits below:

Increased control over personal data:

  • Users have the ability to store their data on their own servers (called "pods") and choose which apps and organisations have access to it.

  • This gives users more control over their personal information and allows them to decide how it is used.

Improved privacy:

  • Users have control over their own data and can choose which apps and organisations have access to it, Solid can help improve privacy by reducing the amount of personal information that is stored and shared by centralised organisations.

Opportunities for innovation:

  • Solid makes it easier for developers to build apps that use data from multiple sources, which could lead to the creation of new, innovative apps and services.

Empowerment of users:

  • By giving users more control over their personal data and reducing the reliance on centralised organisations, Solid can help empower individuals and communities.

Decentralization of the web:

  • Solid is a decentralized platform, which means that it is not controlled by any single organisation. This can help promote a more open and democratic internet.

Tim and his team at Solid are NOT utilising blockchain technology

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