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The hardest concept for developers to grasp about Web 3.0

Here’s something most new Web 3.0 developers have trouble understanding: when you ship code, it can’t be patched and updated later. This is a big departure from the iterative development method that we all know and love — where we break development into smaller parts and build it up over many iterations. By adding features one-by-one, we can improve app functionality over time — all while growing a user base. In Web 3.0, this just can’t be done. Blockchain changes everything — including the possibility for iterative development.

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The Architecture of a Web 3.0 application

The architecture of Web 3.0 applications are completely different from Web 2.0 applications. But all of that’s changing.Blockchain technology has unlocked an exciting new direction for Web 3.0 applications. In this article, we're going to focus on what the Ethereum blockchain brings to the table.

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What do Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 mean? Which one is better?

​In the blockchain world, you must have heard about “Web 2.0” and “Web 3.0” frequently.But what do Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 mean? Which one is better? For us to make any sense of what we mean by “Web 3.0”, we need to rewind to Web 1.0 and start there.

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