Web 1.0 2.0 and 3.0 and crypto technology
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Cloud & Mobile
As described earlier, the MetaVerse consists of one or more virtual worlds that interlock. But ultimately, the actions of the MetaVerse’s inhabitants create economic traffic. Of course, these transactions are settled with cryptocurrency. So actually you can say that this virtual crypto economy is supported in the MetaVerse by the application of decentralized protocols and to specific technical infrastructure.
Payment Networks: Web 3.0 metaverse economies can use their own digital currency, such as MANA, or the currency of the layer one basic crypto cloud economy platform on which they are built, such as Ethereum (ETH) or Solana (SOL).
Decentralized Finance: Decentralized exchanges allow users to trade digital assets in their game, while lending platforms allow users to take out loans on their virtual land.
NFT Sovereign Goods: Players can buy NFTs from other creators and take them to other virtual worlds to be displayed or sold.
Decentralized Governance: Legal frameworks take back control of digital economies from centralized companies and allow a global network of Web
3.0 metaverse users set the rules of their collectively owned virtual space.
Decentralized cloud: File storage solutions like Filecoin give Web 3.0 metaverse worlds a decentralized infrastructure solution to store data, while services like Livepeer give virtual worlds a decentralized infrastructure for video transcoding.
Self-sovereign identity: Internet-native social reputation coin (“creator coins”) data from other platforms can be transferred to the Metaverse and used for identity or credit scoring.
|Self Custody & Access – Wallets/Front End Applications|
|Decentralized Finance (DeFi)||NFTs–Sovereign Virtual Goods||Decentralized Governance||Decentralized Cloud Services||Self-Sovereign Identity|
•Units of value
– “Internet Money”
•Physically Redeemable NFTs
•Staking & Slashing
•Query & APIs