The inventor of the internet Tim Berners-Lee thinks we should “ignore” the crypto dreamers’ predictions for the future of the web.
The British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee, who is credited with creating the World Wide Web in 1989, stated on Friday that he does not believe blockchain will be an effective way to create the next generation of the internet.
In order to debate the effects of new technology, it is crucial to be clear, according to Berners-Lee, who was speaking live on stage at the Web Summit conference in Lisbon. Beyond the buzzwords, you need to comprehend what the terms we’re discussing actually imply.
In spite of the He runs a web decentralization initiative he calls Solid.
“It’s actually a great shame that Ethereum people took the true Web3 term for the work they’re doing with blockchain. Web3 is actually not the web at all.
A possible future version of the internet known as Web3 would be more decentralized than it is now and would not be dominated by a small number of dominant firms like Amazon, Microsoft, and Google.