🧐 We’re standing at the edge of Web 3 — but what has come before, and what’s the difference?
🔹 Web 1.0 — “read-only Web” — the first generation of the World Wide Web. It was like a giant library of hyperlinked information systems. All the pages were static. Users could only read the information posted there.
🔹 Web 2.0 — “participative social Web” — a network of interactive websites and platforms where content is produced by users, not the owner of the resource. Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter are Web 2.0-era platforms focused on user-generated content and social interactions.
🔹 Web3 — “read, write, execute Web” — interaction and utilization stage move users away from centralized platforms like Facebook, Google, or Twitter and towards decentralized, nearly anonymous platforms. Web 3 uses blockchains, cryptocurrencies, and NFTs to give power back to the users in the form of ownership
Stobox is one of the representatives of Web 3-era companies. It exists at the intersection of traditional finance and crypto. It strives to enable businesses to implement decentralized technologies, simplify operations with digital assets, and remove obstacles to their adoption.
In the field of Tokenization & Security tokens, Stobox helps private companies with turn-key solutions for primary and secondary issuance of tokenized securities.
In the field of Digital Assets & Cryptocurrencies, we help to implement innovative business models using Web3 technologies.
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