The concept of the next Internet generation Web3 is still in its active development phase. However, many decentralized applications can already impress world wide web users with their alternatives to popular centralized tools and services.

Although the current version of the internet, or as we say nowadays β€œWeb 2.0”, has given people incredible opportunities for creating content and generating profit, this potential still depends a lot on the participation of large tech giants such as Google, Facebook or Twitter.

Web3 aims to completely decentralize the web and eliminate the need for corporations as intermediaries.

Just as Bitcoin seeks to take complete control away from financial institutions and governments, Web3 wants to do the same for the Internet. And it must be said that startups associated with developing next-generation Internet projects are doing quite well: according to statistics by, 46% of financial applications are already taking advantage of Web3 technology and shifting towards a decentralized finance vertical.

Moving from a centralized infrastructure to a decentralized one is becoming a new path for many users. Increasingly, people are choosing Web3 alternatives over conventional applications. This is primarily because decentralized applications (DApps) built on blockchain technology are designed to provide a more secure and user-centric environment. In addition, these platforms address the privacy and control issues inherent in centralized services.

We can predict that in the near future, we will see even more growth in the development of decentralized tools and services that act as an alternative to Web2 solutions we're used to, but with a blockchain backend. And in this article, you will learn about already existing popular Web3 apps, which can replace well-known Web2 players.

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