Tech Policy Trends 2023 | Web 3.0 and the next web

Tech Policy Trends 2023 | Web 3.0 and the next web

The next generation of web technologies has arrived.

Blockchain and DLT systems promise to revolutionise logistics and administration through timestamping and smart contracts. VR and AR continue to expand their influence into new sectors. Cryptocurrencies and NFTs have captured the attention of millions by decentralising financial markets. ChatGPT took the world by storm late last year.

Just as email, web browsers, and social media once reshaped our interactions with both the digital realm and each other, the latest wave of innovations will do likewise. The question is how far Web 3.0’s influence will extend and which use cases will outpace others.

Access Partnership’s 2023 Tech Policy Trends report puts Web 3.0 in the spotlight, analysing which developments stand to make the most significant advances across the next 12 months and why. As the world’s preeminent advisory, our expertise across government relations, policy analysis, and compliance and licensing gives us an in-depth knowledge of the technologies themselves, the businesses and governments seeking to incorporate them, and the regulatory implications for the markets in which they operate.

Can blockchain break out from back-end development and achieve everyday use? How will central banks react to the destabilisation of crypto exchanges? Which key breakthrough could help push the metaverse into the mainstream? Our insider assessment allows us to separate fact from fiction, providing objective insight regarding the trends that will define the months ahead.

Web 3.0 is a worldwide phenomenon. Middle Eastern tech hubs are already battling for the right to call themselves not just regional, but global leaders in digital transformation. A more nuanced picture emerges in Latin America, where digital payment systems have taken certain economies by storm and left others scrambling to respond. In Sub-Saharan Africa, technological adoption hinges on a range of factors that 2023 will bring into focus.

Access Partnership’s Tech Policy Trends report gives you the full picture, helping to minimise uncertainty in a world dominated by unknowns. Download our report to find out what Lim May-Ann’s Tech Policy prediction in Web 3.0.

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