The web as we know it is taking a big step forward. Why? Because the web as we know it has some fundamental flaws. A centralized, vulnerable, and data-consuming version of the Internet, where few companies own vast proportions of our data, is set to transform into a permissionless and decentralized internet, where everyone controls their own information and content.
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Growing excitement about blockchain, cryptocurrencies and web3 is driving people to join an upcoming technological revolution.
For many people, it's still not clear what web3 is. But in reality, the list of existing and flourishing web3 projects is already extensive. Apps and protocols like Polygon, Harmony, or Axie Infinity attract not only enthusiasts, but also people who are joining web3 for the very first time. If you're interested but not yet convinced about the value of web3, take a look at this list which includes some of the most exciting web3 projects out there.
In 2021, the number of web3 developers increased by nearly 200%. And there’s no sign of slowing as a new population of coders develops a new iteration of the Internet.
If you want to become a web3 developer, you’ve chosen a great moment. Even though the industry is still in its a relatively early growth phase, there a stacks of groundbreaking projects with some of the world's most intelligent people working on them. This gives aspiring developers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to define the next version of the Internet.