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Internet 3.0 : Decentralize everything

  • Starfish Labs Inc 1535 Mission Street San Francisco United States (map)

Title: Internet 3.0: Decentralize everything

Internet 1.0 is HTML websites.
Internet 2.0 is a social network and user-created content.
Internet 3.0 is the decentralization of everything: decentralization of marketplaces, of resource usage and allocation, etc.

Is Internet 3.0 the P2P of everything?

Examples of decentralization include:

Decentralized exchanges (Ether Delta)
Decentralize computing power (Golem)
Decentralize IP address allocation (JACS)
Decentralize file storage (Filecoin)
Decentralize domain naming (Namecoin)
Decentralize cloud storage (Storj)
Decentralize databases (BigchainDB, IPFS)
Decentralize financial services (Bitcoin, Litecoin, etc.)
Decentralize protocol approval (Tezos)

We will host a panel of 2-3 startups working on the Internet 3.0 framework as well as professionals who can advise on the framework ( legal, regulatory, etc.) to make this possible.


• 6pm - 6:30pm networking, light cocktail

• 6:30pm - 7:30pm panel and Q&A

• 7:30pm - 8pm networking, light cocktail


Moderator: George A. Popescu, Editor in Chief, Blockchain Times and Lending Times.

Panelist (work in progress) :

Mohamed El Dessouki, CEO, JACS - decentralization of IP address allocation

Salvatore Buccellato, Partner, Ether Delta,

About the location:

Starfish Mission is a hub for emerging tech communities with a focus on blockchain/Web3 and AI, based out of the mid-market area in San Francisco. As an organization, and network, Starfish is committed to creating spaces and learning networks for a community of builders, and doers.

Offerings at Starfish include coworking and office space, curated industry events, and education.

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