Randy Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of production company and marketing consultancy Zuckerberg Media and sister of Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg, believes Web 3.0 isn’t as close as many might think.
talking At the Global Supertrends 2022 conference on August 17th, zuckerberg share His views on the state of Web 3.0 and the fact that it is currently more of a concept is more of a “perfect utopia” than an actual product.
“What’s going on, really, is chaos,” Zuckerberg explained.
An early Meta (formerly Facebook) employee noted that Web 3.0 is too complicated And it takes a lot of steps to enter, a problem that has been widely discussed in the industry.
According to Zuckerberg, Web 3.0 Suffers From Being Too Complicated And It Requires Too Many Steps To admit, a topic that has been discussed a lot in the industry.
“It doesn’t take 45 steps to set up a cryptocurrency wallet, buy a coin, and enter the metaverse. [ser] One stop, easy to use for beginners. ,
zuckerberg Also talked about one of the most popular trends Web 3.0’s: The Metaverse. He expressed concern that the metaverses developed by different companies are isolated from each other.
Randy believes that there are already multiple metaverses with no interaction between them, which presents an impediment to further development.
“Right now, I’m in decentralized My son is on Roblox, my other son is on Fortnite. That’s great, we’re all in the metaverse. [Pero] We have no relation with each other. to really unlock the potential [de Web 3.0], we need to find a system where there is interoperability. Whatever you have goes with you wherever you go, [y] We are not there yet.”
talking On the future of Web 3.0, Zuckerberg Media CEO said: Those who believe that the security of users and their assets still has a long way to go and centralization could be the solution.
in your opinion, Web 3.0 cannot be acquired at this timeAdding that everyone working on Web 3.0 applications and platforms right now needs the expertise of people who have worked with the global banking system and Web 2.0.
“I think we’ll finish [con] Web 2.7, where there is some centralization, keeps people safe, but with the ability to move their assets anywhere.”
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