Web3 is growing in popularity on the internet. Its increasing popularity is directly related to the wide acceptance and usage of security and blockchain technology. The possibility that Web3 will become the standard sooner or later offers us the chance to study past generations, their differences and more. Web2 is designed for the current internet generation. Web3 is for the semantic web. From the beginning of Web 1, which comprised static text and images up to the current version, Web2, the Internet has accelerated rapidly. The Web3 age is upon us where data and value can be seamlessly transferred across distributed platforms that have dispersed ownership. According to statistics of the Web3 apps, 46% of the apps are from the financial sector, 8.9% belong to the social sector, while the rest belong to the games, business, and other sectors. Learn more about the evolution of the Internet from the initial web to the semantic web and the differences between Web2 vs Web3, related ideas and how they differ and which one will prevail in the next decade.