Maodong Xu Discusses the True Genius Behind Web 3.0 Technology in Today’s Tech Landscape

maodong xu discusses the true genius behind web 3.0 technology in todays tech landscape

Maodong Xu and tech developers like him are changing the digital landscape to embrace Web 3.0 technology across every industry and sector. 

“The new technology that makes for transparent, accountable online spaces is evident in Web 3.0,” says Maodong Xu of the changing online landscape. “The online experience of the future begins with Web 3.0, and the technology creates new opportunities for all users in the online space.”

What is Web 3.0?

Web assets have continued to evolve in the internet landscape since even the notion of the internet was first mentioned. From the 90s into the early 2000s, the inception of the internet brought Web 1.0—an introductory experience available to its users. This was primarily a read-only space where little interaction was possible between the user and the platform. The primary focus of this Web 1.0 early internet experience was used by consumers to gather information. 

As Maodong Xu describes it, “Web 1.0 was a decentralized collection of static web pages that could be read but had no means by which to add the user’s voice.” In this phase of the internet, user contribution was difficult when possible. There was very little organization across the vast online space, and individual content creation was all but unheard of. 

The world was making it through the new age of the aughts when Web 2.0 came to be. This space was interactive and web pages were no longer static. Since then, Web 2.0 has remained the standard. In this online space, information is collected by large platforms and used to target additional information to deliver to the user. The online experience is vastly different from Web 1.0, specifically as it pertains to content. Users are fed more of what they engage with, and the read-only format of Web 1.0 is replaced by Web 2.0’s read-write construct, allowing users to engage with content. But with the takeover of Web 2.0 came the large organizations intent on controlling the data and using it for their own ends.

Maodong Xu understands the frustration of customers in this Web 2.0 space. “Web 2.0 boasts functionality and intense data management capabilities, but what of the consumer who has been studied and sorted based on their online choices? If you asked 100 people, 99 would say that the control is now with big business, and most of those users don’t believe that’s the way forward.”

Enter Web 3.0.

How will Web 3.0 Change the Internet?

Maodong Xu is confident that Web 3.0 signifies the next evolution in internet functionality. Utilizing decentralization tools and blockchain, users own their content and their online contributions. This is counterintuitive to the current model of Web 2.0 that most users are familiar with. The Web 3.0 construct promises to hand ownership back to the user, restructuring and rewiring how the web works—for individual users and big companies alike. The standard platform will become peer-to-peer in the Web 3.0 landscape, and ownership of virtual items lands squarely in the space of those holding the NFTs. Web 3.0 diminishes reliance on big businesses and large data companies for managing online data. 

In Maodong Xu’s current development endeavors, he is implementing first-class blockchain R&D teams to leap ahead of others and promote Web 3.0 as the gold standard in web use. His expertise in tech development and building businesses has translated into new tech projects in this international market, and those projects bridge the gap between the resources of China’s Web 2.0 and the new, decentralized frontier of Web 3.0, changing the game for companies around the world.

About Maodong Xu

Maodong Xu is a billionaire mogul with a tech-savvy, entrepreneurial mind, and the soul of an inventor. His endeavors engage the best and latest tech to innovate and move the greater tech narrative forward in important ways. Among his current projects are his goals to bring Web 3.0 to users across sectors and affect the major industries with this new way of using and managing the online space. He believes that, just as read-only was replaced by read-write as Web 1.0 made way for Web 2.0, so too will low-touch systems be replaced by interactive, crowdsourced tech which brings ownership to the users and moves the tech narrative into new territory. 

As a man born of little who achieved much by taking risks and moving forward, despite the obstacles, Mr. Xu looks to this next phase in online technology as the natural next step. He was born in 1967 in a small, uncharted fishing village in Rizhao of the Shandong Province in China, and his hard-won education culminated in a degree in computer applications and automation from Wuhan University of Technology in 1990. Maodong Xu brings his wisdom and insight about all tech matters to the current conversation as Web 3.0 takes its place in the history of internet technology and evolution.

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