It’s difficult to imagine a new way to interact with the internet. But, with everyone talking about web 3.0 and all the benefits that come with it, we must look into the companies that are building the foundation to support such a feat.
NetFlowCoin has begun generating waves of interest, as, their SDVN protocol has created the perfect foundation-bed that will be used as web 3.0’s communication layer, capable of supporting a variety of APPS and DAPPS across their 3.6 million nodes.
The web 3.0 architecture reverses how data flows across the internet. Incidentally, removing the centralized aspect that these large web 2.0 giants have created, and monopolized, but instead reverses how an individual’s data is used/collected.
Conventionally, data is transferred peer-cloud/server-peer, meaning there is usually a 3rd party that has access (and rights) to any of the data an individual shares across the web. However, web 3.0 will be a decentralized network that will remove the 3rd party from peer-to-peer communication.
As data flows in a centralized way and is restricted by the physical infrastructure, the SDVN protocol acts as a customized virtual network built upon the physical network. The virtual network is not restricted by any third-party telecommunications company, nor any giants such as Google or Facebook, but is programmable by the users to share, control, and view data entirely free from the restrictions presented by a web 2.0 architecture.
In addition, the SDVN protocol, combined with the NetFlowCoin ecosystem, enables users not only to have the freedom of open data sharing but will also reward users for any data shared across the platform.