Imagine a world where you could make your entire income from freelance work, and you could get work from any part of the world and do it anywhere in the world. This dream may become a reality sooner than you think.
Since 2004, we’ve surfed the web via the Web2 version, which surpassed Web1 with editability and interactivity. However, one of the downsides of Web2 is that it has been taken over by big companies, and privacy is a massive issue.
Web3 promises to change all of that. Web3 is designed with self-sovereignty in mind. Individuals will once again have anonymity as tracking will lead to a decentralized online space, rather than to the physical person at a physical address.
Having these decentralized spaces means that governmental borders are no inhibition in the online world. Individuals could search for and hire out work all across the globe, and many are already planning to do just that.
Web3’s open borders also brings greater security as cyber crime will be more difficult to hide in this open source format.
Individual privacy, a balance of power, open borders, and greater cyber security are all on the books for Web3, and 2022 might just be the year that we finally get there.
Learn more about how the future of work will involve Web3 in the infographic below: