As Web 3.0 begins to materialize, the next big thing should be Web4.0. If not Web4.0, it might be Web of Intelligence Connections. What will come after the emergence of WoIC? It will most likely be an emerging and unharnessed technology we haven’t even discovered yet. It may take time because we are learning something new about our world and technology daily. Watchdata – the blockchain api is a company that will be at the forefront of this next big thing, building the framework needed to make it a reality.
Let’s take a look at what will come after web3.0
Blockchain, Decentralization, Disintermediation
We are currently in the midst of a shift from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0, with the latter being defined by decentralization, disintermediation, and blockchain technology. So what will come after Web 3.0? Some have coined it Web4.0, which will be defined as the Internet of things or a web of intelligence connections.
The future is murky, but one thing we do know is that we are entering an era where machines can talk to each other without human intervention. So in some ways, this already exists- our GPS devices track us automatically; we do not need to manually enter our destination addresses before driving there.
One of the critical aspects of Web4.0 will be trust protocols. In a world where everything is linked, we need to be able to trust that our data is safe. Trust protocols will help to ensure that our information is protected and that we can control who has access to it.
A new protocol called LINK is one example of how we might create such security measures in the future. For example, LINK utilizes blockchain technology to establish an encrypted connection between two devices.
Public API Layer for DApps on Top of All Blockchains
After Web3, Web4.0 will be the next revolution, and it will be a public API layer for DApps on top of all blockchains. This will allow for greater interoperability between blockchains and DApps and make it easier for developers to create new DApps. It will also bring blockchain into mainstream use with mass adoption and widespread use.
Moving Beyond Censorship Resistance
Undoubtedly, the censorship resistance provided by Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is a central selling point. But what happens when we move beyond that? The Internet of Things (IoT) or a web of intelligence connections.
Imagine if your fridge could tell you when you were running low on eggs or if your phone could ask for permission to unlock the door at your office building because it knows you’re close enough to be there. These scenarios would require a new generation of technologies, protocols, and ways of thinking about how they all work together.
Web 3.0 was all about giving users back control of their data. With Web4.0, we’re taking it one step further by giving them hardware control. This shift to hardware sovereignty will allow users to own their data and use it how they see fit. It’s the natural evolution from web 3.0’s fight for privacy to a future where you have total ownership of your digital identity.
Democratization of Data & AI power
Data is the new oil used to drive massive changes in our world. With the advent of Web4.0, we will see even greater data democratization as more devices are connected to the Internet. This will provide a wealth of data that can be used to train AI models to do everything from autonomously driving cars to diagnosing diseases. The chances are endless, and we are just beginning to scratch the surface of what AI can do.
Transport Layer Security on the Blockchain
Web 3.0 was about decentralizing the Internet and giving users back control of their data. However, some centralized aspects of the web still need to be addressed. One of these is Transport Layer Security (TLS). TLS is a protocol that encrypts communication between two parties and is used by banks, e-commerce sites, and email providers to keep user data safe.
Web4.0 will bring Transport Layer Security to the blockchain. This will ensure that data is secure and private when transferred between devices. It will also make it possible to create secure communications channels between devices, a remarkable step toward making the blockchain more secure and private.
With the development of technology, it is only natural to change how we interact with the Internet. With the advent of Web 3.0, we have seen a shift in how we use the Internet and what we use it for. So, what will come after Web3? Will there be a Web4.0? It’s difficult to say, but with the progress of machine learning and artificial intelligence, you can imagine that there might be something called Web4.0 which could be an Internet of things, or we may name it a web of intelligence connections.