space: Web 3.0 vs. Metaverse: similarities and differences

space: Web 3.0 vs. Metaverse: similarities and differences

< Show Wisdom Collection: Web 3.0 vs. Metaverse: similarities and differencesarticle avatarMoses Akomolafe

Software Architect

In your opinion, what are the differences between Web 3.0 and Metaverse?

They both use similar underlying technologies except that Metaerse focuses on the virtual world and the bridge with our world. There would be standard to easily bridge the two as we progress

What common ground are between the Metaverse with Web 3.0?

They both rely on HTTP 2.0 and the latest technologies in the web space. Distributed computing is at the core of the patterns used. They both ride on vast user acceptance

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Giorgi Tsukhishvili

In your opinion, what are the differences between Web 3.0 and Metaverse?

Metaverse is collective, shared virtual space that is created when the physical realm converges with the virtual realm, which includes virtual reality, augmented reality and the internet. And Web 3.0 is defined as the creation of high-quality content and services produced by gifted individuals using Web 2.0 technology as an enabling platform. Web 3.0 refers to specific technologies that should be able to create the Semantic Web.

article avatarEbenezer Oyeodini

Crypto Blockchain Technology expert from Port Harcourt, Nigeria

In your opinion, what are the differences between Web 3.0 and Metaverse?

Web 3.0 talks is much concerned about the decentralization of the internet. It gives more freedom to the user of the internet space unlike the other types of web ecosystem like web 1.0 and web 2.0 which was more centralized. Use case can be found in the Ethereum blockchain. Metaverse is much more about augmented reality which is beyond the physical space, examples can be found in Video conferences like Zoom and so on, however i believe the concept also create room for decentralization

What common ground are between the Metaverse with Web 3.0?

I think the issue of non centralization is quite common between Metaverse and Web 3.0. The concept of 'permissionless' is also common among them

article avatarESMAEL DE GUZMAN

Technician/Trader

In your opinion, what are the differences between Web 3.0 and Metaverse?

I think the differences of web 3.0 to Metavers are, Web3 consumers own their data, they able to control their own data, While metavers is the creation of a digital space for us to live, socialize, and work that transcends the space-time of our physical world.

What common ground are between the Metaverse with Web 3.0?

They are both using advance and beyond digital space, concept of a future iteration of the internet, made up of persistent, shared 3D visual spaces linked into a perceived virtual universe.

article avatarUzordinma Anunobi Anunobi

Electrical Engineer

In your opinion, what are the differences between Web 3.0 and Metaverse?

Truthfully, I've not ready any good material about either of them but I'm open to recommendations... Metaverse is practically an AI illusion basically for the games genre(those that wants to escape reality), I've seen some Metaverse projects that's inline with real estate but haven't ready how it works and how one can earn from it.

What common ground are between the Metaverse with Web 3.0?

I can say for sure that whet are both next level crypto tech that will add adoption, usage, integration and innovation to the crypto space. Despite that I haven't yet completely read any write ups about them both I don't think I'm in a right position to give an opinion about similarities.

article avatarAbegail Prado

Teacher

In your opinion, what are the differences between Web 3.0 and Metaverse?

Metaverse is described as a “collective, shared virtual space that is created when the physical realm converges with the virtual realm while web 3 is an era that champions open, trustless and permissionless networks. In my own words metaverse is like 3D in virtual world and the web3 is the networks where in the metaverse are being passed through

What common ground are between the Metaverse with Web 3.0?

The common ground that is between metaverse and web3 is the privacy of every user and thecommunity that is the best factor that can affect with the two

article avatarMarcin Szmyd

IT Administrator

In your opinion, what are the differences between Web 3.0 and Metaverse?

Metaverse is the next logical development stage after Web 3.0. I find, this form of collective, shared virtual space that is created when the physical realm converges with the virtual realm, will be, in a few years, the only thing left on the internet

What common ground are between the Metaverse with Web 3.0?

The commonalities between Metaverse and Web 3.0 are definitely the users and the content. The two worlds basically consist of these 2 components.

article avatarJacek Kołodziejczak

Blockchain | Web Developer

In your opinion, what are the differences between Web 3.0 and Metaverse?

241 / 5000 Wyniki tłumaczenia in my opinion the differences between Web 3.0 and Metaverse is: - a platform for action, i.e. in metavers we have a virtual space - metavers offers new experiences, i.e. the participant can physically move around in the room and in the virtual world

What common ground are between the Metaverse with Web 3.0?

140 / 5000 Wyniki tłumaczenia the common ground between Metaverse and Web 3.0 is the internet, blockchain, cryptocurrencies, gamification, and new technologies such as google VR

article avatarGerhard Schoosleitner Schoosleitner

Fitter

In your opinion, what are the differences between Web 3.0 and Metaverse?

The metaverse: A virtual space that is created when the physical area converges with the virtual area. Web 3.0: The third generation of Internet services for websites and applications. Web 3.0 enables the creation of smarter, more connected, and more open websites.

What common ground are between the Metaverse with Web 3.0?

Metaverse and Web 3.0 interact together as a whole. And thus work together on different blockchain networks. Metaverse as a workspace and Web 3.0 for concluding intelligent contracts.

article avatarAbdelaziz Hosny Attia

accountant

In your opinion, what are the differences between Web 3.0 and Metaverse?

Web 3.0 Web 1.0 (around 1991 – 2005) consisted of mainly static websites on desktops and laptops. It was expensive to create a site and so only big companies had them and they were mainly for pushing information or as replacing things like the Yellow Pages for finding things. Web 2.0 is social and mobile and characterised by an explosion of digital creation though blogging, podcasting, social media, video, comments, digital publishing and digital commerce. The cost of creation basically went to zero and everyone with a mobile device and/or access to the internet could have an online presence. Facebook launched in 2004 and Twitter in 2006. The iPhone and the Kindle were both launched in 2007, which is when web 2.0 really took off. Web 3.0 is the next stage and we are in the early stages now, kind of like the years 2004-2006 when early adopters began blogging, way before it went mainstream. Web 3.0 is about exponential converging technologies, rather than one thing on its own. It encompasses the decentralized web powered by blockchain technology and decentralized finance including tokenization and digital currencies (which will be launched by banks as official country-specific currencies). It will also encompass the spatial web which will blur the boundaries between digital and physical though the use of sensors (the Internet of Things), AR and VR. Artificial intelligence and 5G connectivity will underly everything, a bit like electricity and mobile internet do now. The Metaverse Neal Stephenson first came up with this term in his 1992 novel, Snow Crash, and it encompasses both physical and digital worlds. It won’t be a single place run by one specific company. It’s more like ‘the internet,’ a term that encompasses so much. It will be accessed and experienced through AR and VR devices, rather than just 2D screens. Venture capitalist Matthew Ball describes the metaverse not as a virtual world or a space, but as “a sort of successor state to the mobile internet” — a framework for an extremely connected life. There “will be no clean ‘Before Metaverse’ and ‘After Metaverse.' Instead, it will slowly emerge over time as different products, services and capabilities integrate and meld together.”

What common ground are between the Metaverse with Web 3.0?

In October 2020, The Verge reported that “more than a million people showed up to an album launch party inside the virtual world of Roblox. American pop star Ava Max held a ‘virtual fan meetup’ in the game to celebrate the launch of her new album Heaven & Hell.” Roblox is a gaming platform that’s been around since 2006, but Jon Vlassopulos, Roblox’s head of music said, “The stretch goal is to go to the non-obvious places, where we can make the virtual experience even better than the real-world experience … The confluence of virtual spaces and music has been steadily growing for some time, but it’s really accelerated in 2020 due to the pandemic. With live, in-person events almost entirely canceled across the globe, artists have been searching for new ways to connect with fans.” [The Verge] At WIRED Live (online) in November 2020, the CEO of Improbable.io, Herman Narula, said that “the virtual world won’t replace the ‘real’ world,” but it will improve our interactions, because it is one of the few places where age, gender, race, sexuality, nationality and language don’t matter. He predicted that there would be jobs inside virtual worlds within five years, and that VR has the potential to be as transformative as the internet. There have been virtual economies within virtual worlds for years. Second Life was established in 2003 and still has active users who interact, buy and sell with avatars, but it’s all 2D on a screen. As the price of virtual reality headsets drop, and more people use them for work, education, and gaming, new forms of retail will emerge. VR offers a new way to teach, connect, earn additional revenue and market books. Many writers teach, and many also speak and network at in-person events and conventions. While these physical events will continue, online and virtual events will only expand, and I expect to be speaking in VR before 2030

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