Coinfest Asia, the immersive Web 3.0 festival in Asia, will be back on August 24-25, 2023, in Bali.
Previously, the 2022 edition of Coinfest Asia managed to have more than 2,000 participants from more than 50 countries. These participants started from the institutional level, retail and regulators.
In the 2023 edition, Coinfest Asia will carry a new theme titled, ‘Converge,’ aiming to converge Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 industries into Web 2.5which is a transition process between Web 2.0 and Web 3.0. This is also a form of support for Coinfest Asia to brace the Web 2.5 industry and Web 3.0 implementation.
Felita Setiawan, director of ICN and organizer of Coinfest Asia, said,
“This year, Coinfest Asia will be back with insights and a variety of interactive and interesting activities about the Web 2.5 industry, which is a period of industry transition from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0. This event is also our platform to contribute so that the industry on Web 3.0 continues to grow, especially in Asia.”
Coinfest Asia will showcase Web 2.5 real use cases and tangible solutions to its attendees. Companies can have the opportunity to showcase their impact-driven products and build strategic partnerships with Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 companies, which can be opportunities to improve business and implementation.
Apart from companies, this event also targets various groups from crypto enthusiasts, fund managers, developers, and creators, to regulators.
Get to know Web 2.5 and the role in the industry
The internet has been present for more than 50 years. In its journey, there have been two generations present. Web 1.0 is just information available on the web. Web 2.0 allows users to interact and make web pages more interactive.
The next generation is Web 3.0, which will bring the world of the internet to a different level from the previous generation, with various innovations that are trying to be presented, from blockchain, crypto, decentralized technology, NFT, and metaverse to AI.
But like any new technology, Web 3.0 is still quite abstract to implement. The way to make Web 3.0 acceptable to previous generations of web users required some kind of linkknown as Web 2.5.
Web 2.5 describes the blockchain business that lives between Web 2.0 and Web 3.0. The idea behind this is that consumers want the advantages of a blockchain-based platformowever, they didn’t want the hassle that often comes with blockchain-based systems.
So, Web 2.5 would make it easier for people to adopt Web 2.0 to Web 3.0 and less trouble if people switched to Web 3.0 entirely.
With Web2.5, several well-known brands began to enter Web 3.0. Among other things, Nike announced the creation of .SWOOSH, a Web 3.0 platform now in beta testing for creating online digital communities. Fans can create interactive digital objects in the form of t-shirts, shoes and more.
Likewise, Starbucks started its blockchain-based loyalty program last DecemberStarbucks Odyssey, which will offer coffee-themed NFTs and a loyalty program that goes beyond offering free drinks.
Through Coinfest Asia, you will be invited to explore and experience the shift from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0. Get tickets at special prices, and visit the Coinfest Asia site now.
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