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Crypto-assets, blockchain & WEB3: Why does it matter? By Cyril Paglino

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Cyril Paglino talked about the pros & cons of our current internet stack: How was it built 30 years ago? Why and how it could be radically improved by entering the new phase of WEB3?

We dived deep into why Blockchain and CryptoNetwork matter. Knowing how these technologies work is not an easy task, and it’s especially hard to figure out current & potential use cases. That will be Cyril’s mission during this talk: Explaining to us how they will become a MAJOR component of the worldwide web in the next decades.

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Crypto-assets, blockchain & WEB3: Why does it matter? By Cyril Paglino

  1. 1. WEB3 Blockchain cryptoassets
  2. 2. Cryptocurrencies.
  3. 3. Cryptocurrencies. Digital assets
  4. 4. Digital assets 1) Currencies 2) Security tokens 3) Utility tokens
  5. 5. HARDWARE 19701960 1990 20101980 2000 2020
  6. 6. HARDWARE 19701960 1990 20101980 2000 2020 SOFTWARE
  7. 7. HARDWARE 19701960 1990 20101980 2000 2020 SOFTWARE SEARCH - WEB1
  8. 8. HARDWARE 19701960 1990 20101980 2000 2020 SOFTWARE SEARCH - WEB1 SOCIAL - WEB2
  9. 9. HARDWARE 19701960 1990 20101980 2000 2020 SOFTWARE SEARCH - WEB1 SOCIAL - WEB2 TRUST - WEB3
  10. 10. WEB 2.0 READ - WRITE WEB 3.0 READ-WRITE-TRUST WEB 1.0 READ
  11. 11. Why does it matter?
  12. 12. @cyrilpaglino
  13. 13. SOCIAL
  14. 14. SOCIAL INSTITUTIONNAL
  15. 15. cyrilp@glino.fr
  16. 16. TRUST is broken
  17. 17. TCP IP SMTP HTTP
  18. 18. TCP IP SMTP HTTP UDP DNS NTP
  19. 19. TCP IP SMTP HTTP UDP DNS NTP
  20. 20. From “Don’t be Evil”
  21. 21. To “Can’t be Evil”
  22. 22. SOCIAL INSTITUTIONNAL ?
  23. 23. SOCIAL INSTITUTIONNAL PROGRAMMABLE
  24. 24. Storage Insurance Payements Identity DatabaseMoney
  25. 25. 3Hello WEB3.
  26. 26. Disintermediation Decentralization Automation Trust
  27. 27. Erasure
  28. 28. It’s slowly coming together.

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