In web2 platforms operate as closed silos. There is no composability and the platform owns your data. This means that a platform with significant size enjoys a massive advantage due to the datasets it owns. It has richer information that it can employ to outcompete other platforms, using it as a significant moat.

In the web3 world, users own their own data. Tokens are composable, there are either no walls to the garden or the walls are fairly easy to surmount if they exist. Users can take their business wherever they can extract the most amount of value without any…

Moresh Kokane

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