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Web 3.0 Coins

Web 3.0 represents the decentralized and blockchain technology-based internet process. With the increase of user interest in this field, projects suitable for Web 3.0 technology continue to be developed.

It is based on establishing a decentralized connection without using any intermediaries. In Web 3.0, users' data security is at the forefront. It is an internet system in which personal data is not shared and profit is not made by a central authority.

Web 3.0 is a decentralized technology. This causes Web 3.0 to meet in a common cluster with blockchain technology. Using decentralized applications in Web 3.0; The fact that there are decentralized projects in line with Web 3.0 technology in the blockchain causes these two technologies to interact with each other.

Examples of Web 3.0 Coins

Ankr (ANKR)

Ankr offers an infrastructure that allows shared use of system resources in order to provide easy installation and affordable solutions for hosting blockchains. Project owner company; states that it provides services to corporate companies, software developers and blockchain volunteers at much more affordable costs than standard hosting services.

Audius (AUDIO)

Audius is a decentralized music streaming platform that bridges fans and musicians. Among the songs on the platform, the most listened songs and playlists are rewarded with AUDIO, the platform's cryptocurrency asset.

Basic Attention Token (BAT)

Basic Attention Token (BAT) is the digital asset of the blockchain-based digital advertising platform. With the Brave web browser, it provides advertisers with targeted and more interactive advertising options, while giving users the opportunity to earn income from advertisements tailored to their interests without violating their privacy.

Polkadot (DOT)

Polkadot is a scalable, interoperable and secure network protocol for the next generation web. It is supported by the Switzerland-based Web3 Foundation. The Polkadot network connects blockchains to each other, enabling inter-chain data transfer. In this way, decentralized applications can receive data from open, semi-public or private blockchains that operate independently of each other. (FET) (FET) is an artificial intelligence focused project for blockchains. It is a publicly accessible, decentralized machine learning network that provides artificial intelligence-supported smart infrastructure to the decentralized digital economy. It aims to improve machine learning by connecting artificial intelligence technology, called the Internet of Things, that allows devices to communicate with each other, and blockchain-based algorithms.

Filecoin (FIL)

Filecoin (FIL) is a decentralized file storage system using the IPFS (Interplanetary File System) protocol that allows data to be accessible in multiple locations. The company states that in this project, it offers users a low-cost and reliable storage option by efficiently using the free storage space of networked devices.

Golem (GLM)

The Golem network, with its cutting-edge architecture, allows project developers to create more innovative projects. Users can share their unused computing capacity with those who need them. Users who provide this sharing can receive GLM as payment in return. The Golem network is built on top of Ethereum layer 2.

The Graph (GRT)

The Graph (GRT) is an indexing protocol for data queries on Ethereum and similar networks. It provides data with API for Decentralized Finance (DeFi) and applications in the web3 ecosystem. Anyone who needs data to be publicly available can create and publish open APIs called Subgraph. The Graph protocol is currently able to index data on the Ethereum blockchain and the distributed file storage system IPFS (InterPlanetary File System).

Chainlink (LINK)

Chainlink was developed as a decentralized expert network that provides external data connectivity to smart contracts. In this way, data not included in the blockchain can be associated with secure and verifiable smart contracts. Chainlik provides reliable decentralized connection between API (Application Programming Interface) and smart contracts.

Storj (STORJ)

Storj is a blockchain powered, open source cloud storage system. It allows data to be stored securely and cost-effectively in a decentralized network. In the decentralized Storj cloud storage network, instead of being stored on central servers, files are fragmented and encrypted and distributed to the global storage network.


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