SPK Network | Old Internet vs. SPK Network (Web 3)

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Illustration by @ryzeonline

Welcome!

We will start a series of short but powerful posts to share images and information about the SPK Network. We want to explain these complex concepts in a way the average internet user understands them. That is why we asked @ryzeonline to make these awesome illustrations.

The first image compares the Old Internet and Web 3, in this case, the SPK Network.

The "old internet" is still around. A lot of people keep using social media sites like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and more. In the "old internet", also known as Web 2, the users are at the bottom of the chain. Sure, they can create content, but they do not truly own it and they don't own their accounts. Corporations have all the power, they store all of the information in a centralized manner and all the funds too. Sometimes they choose to share a tiny bit of the revenue, but if you break one of their rules, you are out, demonetized, and even banned.

In the "new internet", also known as Web 3, you are the owner of your account. You own all your information, no one can take away your funds, but that also means you are responsible for them. Also, you can choose to store your data or delegate that task to someone you trust. Run by the community, and you are in control.


Brief Overview of the SPK Network

Source of the video


More info about the SPK Network:

The SPK Network is a decentralized Web 3.0 protocol that rewards value creators and infrastructure providers appropriately and autonomously by distributing reward tokens in such a way that every user, creator, and platform, will be able to earn rewards on a level playing field.


First app on the SPK Network:

Written by @eddiespino from the @threespeak team.
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