Remember the good ole’ days when in order to access the internet, when we have had to wait several minutes using dial-up, and then continued to block the rest of our home from using the telephone?

Downloading and streaming anything was nearly impossible; this was coined “web 1.0.” After the internet advanced, “web 2.0” manifested to make the internet a place where individuals around the world can contribute with a quasi-infinite amount of information and content. Thus, communities that were never before heard began to thrive on a mass-scale.


Being that our world today relies on “web 2.0” for the most part, the next generation the internet, or “web 3.0,” has now arrived with a powerful presence; this is where the decentralization of information gives power and privacy back to the user.


Upon the horizons of our world’s mass-paradigm shift into “web 3.0,” we are seeing three, main technologies flood the headlines; Blockchain, Artificial intelligence, and Quantum Computing. Now, the majority of whom are reading this article most likely have some comprehension of Blockchain and AI; however, the understanding revolving around Quantum Computing seems to be less popular than the aforementioned technologies.