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A dedicated podcast to Web 3.0, and a brief note about why Web 3.0 matters

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Greetings all,

In this week’s episode of Ventures, we’ve pulled together clips from Episodes 2, 18, 31, and 48 to describe specifically the definition of Web 3.0...what it is, why it’s important, and what the vision is for its future. Along the way we talk about the history of Web 1 & 2, blockchains, scaling trust, and the Web 3.0 stack from the perspective of a Web 3.0 product manager and entrepreneur.

Check it out: What is Web 3.0? :: With Tony Sager, Sol Cates, Lorien Gabel, Andrew Cronk, Tony Little, and Spencer Graham

Why Web 3.0 Matters

Andy and I had a whole podcast on this recently, but it’s worth calling out here why Web 3.0 is important.

Right now the internet (especially the World Wide Web) is largely centralized and our data is housed in big silos outside of our control. That data is being used by big (and small) tech companies to manipulate us, hack us (via attackers...mostly), and make it very difficult to aggregate information across different silos.

The Web 3.0 vision is simply a better Internet; i.e. one that returns to the principles of open protocols and adds an important layer of self-sovereignty, privacy, and scaled trust that blockchains enable.

In this week’s podcast, we’ve pulled together clips that help describe - in less than 30min - the key talking points to help you get up to speed on Web 3.0.

Have a great rest of your week!