A Web3 Browser- What Is It And How Does It Function?


Web3, also known as Semantic Web, has been the brainchild of Tim Berners- Lee- who was previously employed by CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. It must also be noted that Berners-Lee was also behind the invention of the Web in 1989. Ever since then, the individual was actively interested and involved in the development of web standards.

The phrase is often used to signify multiple evolutions of interaction on the web, along with the usage through established- but various pathways, which would sometimes create a geospatial web- thereby utilizing tools of artificial intelligence, as well as making content available through numerous non-browser apps or even Web3 browsers. 

Web3 Browser Could Be Boon To Web Development

For those still unaware of this development, a Web3 browser usually helps the users interact with certain decentralized applications that have been built on the technology of blockchain. The technologies that utilize the Semantic web are artificial intelligence, distributed ledgers, Metaverse, and others- which simply aim at creating the next-gen internet which would be accessible to every individual and also offer a whole host of other benefits. 

Some of the key features that define a Web3 browser also include a completely immutable ecosystem- where there would be a form of trust and people would be downloading the digital product just how the original creator intended for them to. The browser would also have enhanced security and transparency, along with a quicker browsing performance. Such a browser will also be guaranteeing confidentiality, as well as user anonymity. One would also be able to integrate and link their cryptocurrency wallets with a bunch of blockchains, and they would also have complete authority over their content due to the inherent decentralization.