From the humble beginnings of static pages and read-only content in 1991 (Web 1.0), the web as we know it has dramatically transformed. The 2000s ushered in a more interactive era, with social media allowing users to create their own content (Web 2.0). Companies like YouTube, Wikipedia, Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr provided user platforms that facilitated learning, searching, and communication. However, this centralized approach to the web has allowed such companies to profit off of scraped user data.
Enter Web 3.0! Advocates for this web overhaul seek to correct the issues associated with Web 2.0 and provide a decentralized experience reliant on blockchain technology. Web 3.0 seeks to put ownership back in the hands of the users. Join our panelists from Bull Blockchain Law as they delve into the legal implications of these changes, explaining what you need to know to best represent your clients.
- Distributed Ledger Technology
- Web 3
- Smart Contracts
- Intellectual Property
- Consumer Protection
- Regulatory Issues
Don’t miss your opportunity to learn more about these concepts and interact with our panelists.
Recorded in March 2023.