“Has anyone seen Web3?”: Elon Musk once again questioned the new version of the Internet


December 22, 2021 10:09 GMT

Web 3.0 is the idea that a decentralized version of the Web that can use encryption technology will eventually replace the current Web 2.0.

It seems that Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and Space X, once again criticized the idea of ​​Web3, the new generation of the Internet that will depend on the decentralization of information.

Has anyone seen Web3? I can not find it“, books Mask this Tuesday on his Twitter account. Web3 or Web 3.0 is the idea that a decentralized version of the Internet, which some believe can be used encryption technologyIt will end up replacing Web 2.0, the current network we use.

In addition, it is believed that the new version of the Internet will end with tech giants domination Like Google or Facebook, which has focused its power on user data and content.


However, musk It is considered That new technology is coming is just a “buzzword”. “I’m not suggesting that Web3 is real – it sounds more like a ‘marketing’ buzzword right now than it is a fact – I’m just wondering How will the future be? After 10, 20 or 30 years. 2051 looks insanely futuristic! The pole previously tweeted, while in early December claimed from web 3″looks like shit“.

In response to Musk’s tweet on Tuesday, the co-founder and former CEO of Twitter said, Jack DorseyAnd hung That Web3 ‘somewhere between a and zReferring to American venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, also known as ‘a16z’.

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Dorsey also criticized the idea of ​​Web 3.0, Hint who – which It will not be a decentralized network It is not controlled by users, but will be held by large companies such as Andreessen Horowitz, which has made significant investments in crypto companies.

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