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Proof Continuance of Blockchain

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The everyday internet has been around since the early 1980s. This technology made it possible for everyday households to have access to the internet. Dial up required no additional infrastructure, other than a telephone network (Web 1). As the internet group and technology began to support the internet, broadband (Web2) became the industry standard in the late 1990’s. Then, the router and switch era began, with the transmission of data through packets. Ultimately, the support layers of the internet were created. 


The next version of the internet is Web3 and blockchain technology. There are similarities between broadband and blockchain, with both having four supporting layers. This is a unique twist on the old technology. To simplify the layers of broadband, let us view it as four layers: Link Layer, Internet Layer, Transport Layer, and Application Layer. While blockchain layers are labeled: Layer 0, Layer 1, Layer 2, and Layer 3. What these layers have in common are: data safety, synchronization, and delivery.



The steps to purchase a product through Amazon via Web2 will be the same with Web3, but enhancement of this technology will affect how you interact with the UI (user interface). The key differences are how the data is processed and transmitted. 


Realize the next generation of how we interact with people, businesses, and life through Web3; it is not just a meme but a way to the future of social interactions. Virtual reality (VR) and augmented virtual reality (AVR) will end tool user experiences. The web will no longer work in a 2D atmosphere but will become 3D. That means no more scrolling through long 2D pages on the internet, but going for a stroll through local food markets, business districts. It is not just a video game, but a video game for adults to interact with.


Sean Renninger

Founder | Contributing Writer


Sean has spent his career transforming industries, whether it is health & wellness, financial sectors, technology, or more. His passion for continued learning has made him adept at navigating challenges and finding innovative solutions. Beginning in 2017, Sean decided to dedicate himself to learning and understanding the crypto industry. He has continued to learn about the diverse ways emerging tech intersects with businesses and lives, and how we are all going to interact in the Metaverse. Sean created Integrinom.io late 2022, inspired by 20+ years of entrepreneurial spirit. Building success with a foundation of trust and integrity, positioning entrepreneurs, investors, and partners for success in the emerging market of Web3.

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