What Web 3.0 Will Look Like in 10 Years?

What Web 3.0 Will Look Like in 10 Years?

The Future of Internet
The Future of Internet

The internet has an interesting past that we’ve all been a part of. After nearly three decades, it is still evolving and changing. So much so that we are now talking about the third generation of the world wide web — also known as Web 3.0 — and what it will look like in another 10 years from now. Here are five key things you need to know about the future of the internet and Web 3.0.

Decentralized Internet

The current internet is centralized, which means all information is stored in data centers and servers that are owned by particular organizations. This is, in other words, a closed system. As a result, if something happens to the servers, the whole internet is affected. The decentralized internet, on the other hand, is an open, peer-to-peer system where all the data is stored on millions of computers all over the world. This is what’s commonly referred to as the blockchain. As such, Web 3.0 is the internet that reverted to its original decentralized design.

What Web 3.0 Will Look Like in 10 Years?

Endless Possibilities: Smart Objects and Responsive Environment

Smart buildings, vehicles, and other objects will be increasingly connected to the internet and can be programmed to respond to various situations. Our houses, for example, will be able to recognize who is coming in and out and even adjust the lights and temperature accordingly. Similarly, the roads will recognize when we are driving over them, and the traffic lights will change accordingly. The clothes we are wearing, meanwhile, will be able to track our health and the environment around us. There is also the internet of things, which refers to connecting everyday objects to the internet, such as a coffee machine.

Blockchain as the Foundation for Web 3.0

The blockchain is a decentralized, peer-to-peer network that can be applied to any digital asset. It has therefore been suggested that blockchain could be the new foundation for Web 3.0. In fact, many experts believe that blockchain will be the next big thing in the field of technology. It is expected that the majority of companies will be implementing blockchain in their systems by the year 2024, especially in the fields of security, identity management, and data reconciliation.

More Natural User Experience

Sophisticated A.I.s are becoming more and more common, and they will soon be able to mimic human behavior almost perfectly. The future of the internet will therefore include more natural user experiences that are based on A.I. It is expected that virtual assistants, such as Google Assistant or Amazon’s Alexa, will be able to understand human language and respond to our questions and requests more accurately. We will be able to communicate with other humans and computers in a more natural way and will be able to use a range of new and improved interfaces, such as holograms.


The internet is a tool that has revolutionized the way we live, work, and communicate. With each passing decade, it continues to evolve and change, and it has now entered its third iteration, which is commonly referred to as Web 3.0. Web 3.0 is expected to be a more advanced and improved version of the internet as we know it today. There is no set date for when Web 3.0 will be launched, and it’s difficult to predict what it will look like. However, it is likely that it will feature a decentralized network and a more natural user experience based on artificial intelligence.

Masab Farooque
Masab Farooque is a Tech Geek, Writer, and Founder at The Panther Tech. He is also a lead game developer at 10StaticStudios. When he is not writing, he is mostly playing video games