[Delio] Web 3.0 - Reinvestment of the Internet? And why Delio Leads the Technology Race

  • How does it differ from Web 1.0 and Web 2.0?
  • Features of Web 3.0?
  • Why Delio is a new leader in the Web 3.0 era?
  • How will Web3 change the Internet?

What is Web 3.0?

As the term Web 3.0, also know as the Web3 or World Wide Web, speaks for itself, is an idea for a new interaction of the World Wide Web which incorporates concepts such as decentralization, blockchain technologies, and token-based economics.

How does Web3 differ from Web 1.0 and Web 2.0

Like Web1 and Web2, Web3 is foundationally defined with the HTML*.

How does Web3 differ from Web 1.0 and Web 2.0ㅣComparison Table

Key features of Web 3.0

Decentralization. All the applications and services will be enabled in a distributed approach, allowing the decentralized networks, also known as dApps or decentralized apps, for faster and convenient usage.

Why does Delio lead the Web3 era?

In the era of Web3, Delio, a leader in the crypto service provider industry, is heading the ecosystem by developing a crypto asset-backed Web3 wallet indicating an essential step in storing and managing a variety of assets on the Web3 platform.

The future of Web 3.0?

As the Web3 is being integrated daily, we will have to see the following changes:

Wrapping things up

As more services are connected to the Internet, larger databases provide algorithms more data to analyze. This will enable Web3 to provide users with information that is more precisely matched to their needs as well as Delio will provide the most accurate and useful information for users to always stay on the track to make profitable investments.



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Delio Digital Asset Finance Group, established in 2018, is №1 fintech company based in Seoul and acquired digital asset licenses from Korean and US governments.