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Accelerate Your Learnings With Web3Community and Build Your First Web 3.0 App

What's Web 3.0 all about?

For this question, We'd need to first deep dive into Web2.0, for a better understanding of the web


Web2 is simply the web we know and love right now. Web2 is like the interactive web. Web2 is also the web which allowed no-code/low-code apps into the internet. This form of the web is the most popular one. All of us have experienced. Even this site, is web2 application. If you've worked with JS Frameworks like React and Angular they are also the part of web2.

If you are curious and wanna learn more about web2, there's a Wikipedia Page for you.

The problem with Web2

Let's be honest, new technologies are only useful if they fix a flaw or pain with the older one. The problems in Web2 led to the creation of Web3.

Web2 lacked in Monetization and Security, few of the really important concepts in building applications.

In web2 the only two major methods of earning turn out to be, either selling data and infringing with privacy or advertisements

Most of the Web2 companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter, collect your data and provide you with personalised ads. Turning into more ad revenue. The web2 application experience a lot of Data Breaches. Web 3 solves most of these problems.

Web 3.0

Web 3 is simply web2 but with more security, self-governing, distributiveness and more. Web 3 applications more commonly run on blockchain technologies or decentralised networks. Users usually pay to use the services just like we pay cloud providers like GCP and AWS, but instead the money directly goes to the other users/participants. Web 3 also offers native payments, reducing as much data-collection as possible.

What's the Web3Community?

Web3Community is a community that focus on Web 3, Blockchain, and somewhat related to decentralized applications (Dapp). Here you will learn how to become a blockchain developer while having fun with other community members. Blockchain Developer is an interesting field, in demand and the latest trend in the tech industry. Here you will get to interact with some great folks and learn blockchain technology together.

Building you first Web 3 App

Web 3 consists of a lot of types of applications you could build like blockchain, dapp, etc.

We've created a whole learning curriculum for Web 3 Dev. Here you will learn how to become one of the Dapp Developers and collaborate with other people inside of web3community.

GitHub logo WebXDAO / blockchain-dev-path

This repository is for the Blockchain Developer path. Here you will learn how to become one of the Blockchain Developers and collaborate with other people inside of WebX DAO.

Learn with WebX DAO πŸ¦„

Here you will learn how to become one of the Dapp Developers and collaborate with other people inside of WebXDAO. We gather content about Blockchain developers. You don't need to see all the resources, but choose what content is best for you.

For more information, you can directly ask in our Discord community.

Work on the documentation:

This website is built using Docusaurus 2, a modern static website generator.


$ yarn

Local Development

$ yarn start

This command starts a local development server and opens up a browser window. Most changes are reflected live without having to restart the server.


$ yarn build

This command generates static content into the build directory and can be served using any static contents hosting service.


Using SSH:

$ USE_SSH=true yarn deploy

Not using SSH:

$ GIT_USER=<Your GitHub username> yarn deploy

If you are using…

Build Projects

If you already have decentralized applications and need development support to continue your goal. You can onboard your applications on

What is is a platform where you can register your OSS to Dev Protocol and stake registered OSS projects. Unlike other donation services, Dev Protocol is designed for the benefit of both supporters as well as developers by staking. Thanks to this system, developers find it easy to ask people for aid, which results in continuous support.

Connect with us?

Join us on Discord and Become a member of our GitHub Org

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