How Web3 Apps Should Position to Become the Next Generation of Technology

Web3 is penetrating the market so deeply that in a few years, it is expected to change how people use technology and share content. Such a perspective proves that Web 3.0 is a new reality and the future of the technology area which can create a new dynamic environment that fosters decentralization and democratization.

In terms of Web 3.0 apps' popularity, can they become the driving force for the technology area, or do they need modifications and improvements to demonstrate their value? It’s high time to learn more about Web3 apps and understand whether they meet established requirements or need more improvements to become next-gen applications.

Positioning of Web 3.0 Applications as the Next Generation of Technology

What is the key difference between Web 2.0 applications and Web 3.0 ones, you may wonder? This is true data ownership that is not typical for such Web2 platforms as Meta, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok. Without a doubt, Web 2.0 has brought many opportunities to users, as well as concerns about data ownership. Big tech companies have access to users’ data and receive information on what users like and what content they create. Is it legal and ethical? Of course not, but giant tech players do not care.

Web 3.0 presents a new reality for application usage by focusing on data ownership concerns. One of the capacities that Web3 apps can provide is leveraging permissionless and trustless technologies. Thus, for app users, this is a chance to gain true ownership over their data. However, this is only an intention that is still not a reality, and it requires creating decentralized Web 3.0 apps running on multiple servers. Anyways, such positioning of Web 3.0 applications proves that they are going to change the user experience. Let’s analyze what users expect from applications!

Traits Which Modern Applications Should Incorporate

Modern applications position themselves as technologies that are characterized by agility, resiliency, portability, and scalability. However, do web users feel these benefits? First, in most cases, Web2 apps should be updated regularly which requires many maintenance efforts and takes time to re-approve updating. Second, Web2 applications demonstrate marketing pressure on its users by offering other unnecessary apps and technologies. Third, application store listings contain many restrictions and additional costs. Moreover, if you intend to place your app on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, you will have difficulty in approving it or keeping it alive.

However, when it comes to web users, they prioritize convenience which is not typical for modern applications as they require time and effort to make a purchase. Furthermore, users usually expect simplicity in their online interactions which can be a reality only in Web 3.0 developments as modern apps are enough sophisticated. In addition, a user wants to be always informed without opening an application itself; therefore, they need real-time alerts and push notifications. Such a feature provides a user with a basic overview of information and does not require to refresh of an app to see new messages. Modern applications are enough primitive in terms of push notifications; therefore, there is a big hope that Web3 applications will respond better to users’ needs.

Barriers That Prevent Blockchain Applications from Meeting Users’ Standards

Despite the decentralization of blockchain applications and positioning as a new tech generation, it is not an easy task to implement app features that users need. On most blockchains, such a function as the notification in real-time does not work because of the lack of a unified system. Another barrier that restrains meeting users’ standards is that Web3 does not have a well-developed user experience; therefore, the transition from Web2 to Web3 can be a long process.

Ethereum helps to address these gaps as it works as a third-party notification application, but they are not standard developer tools and built-in features. Moreover, some blockchain platforms allow to set up of a series of alerts for each event, but this is a complicated process as it is done manually. Thus, the lack of push notifications challenges the positioning of Web 3.0 applications as the next generation of technology and reinforces the need for blockchain applications to respond to particular users’ needs.

How Blockchain Development Platforms Increase the Quality of Web3 Apps

Despite the weak points of Web3 applications, there is good news blockchain development platforms are moving forward, creating all conditions to implement push notifications. For example, here is the list of blockchains that address user experience concerns:

  • Tatum. This blockchain offers a Notification Station Feature that allows launching push notifications into Web3 apps.
  • Celo. This platform makes financial tools secure, fast, and reliable.
  • Solana. This blockchain provides high transaction speed; therefore, companies prefer to develop apps there.
  • Ethereum. This platform has inherent decentralization and does not require permission; therefore, it is perfect for building Web3 apps.

Without a doubt, we should be tech optimists as blockchain development platforms work on the improvement of Web3 apps and provide them with more relevant features.


All in all, Web3 apps cannot meet users’ requirements yet, but they have the potential to become the next generation of technology. The main thing is that they are supported by top blockchains that contribute to such app features as security, push notifications, decentralization, and high transaction speed. We support innovation and continued transformations, so you are welcome to contact us to receive all the necessary information. We’ll help to implement your ideas related to app development.

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