With Web 3.0, a new era of the internet has begun. It is no longer based on large central platforms, but on small distributed resources that can be freely expanded, supplemented, and replaced.

The Blockchain was the first realization of a modern web without central infrastructures and authorities. The goal was autonomy, security, and self-organization, based on independent distributed resources.

What is now taken for granted in the economy and commerce is also beginning to assert itself in education, research, and culture.


Knowledge resources can be managed across systems in a decentralized network with autonomous actors, each able to use their own solutions. Interoperable formats and standards enable them to independently exchange content for projects, publications, presentations, products of all kinds.


Knowledge media can be created automatically, with solutions provided in a decentralized manner, which can be freely extended, connected, and replaced. This enables the embedding of modern machine learning and artificial intelligence methods to create, supplement, verify, design content.


Decentralization allows all actors to fully control their own content and how they wish to share it with others.

Authenticity and Integrity

With Web3 technologies like the Blockchain, it is possible to share research findings, prove educational qualifications, distribute artistic works in a secure and verifiable manner.

Overall, Web 3.0 offers transparent and secure ways to make knowledge more accessible, promote collaboration, and strengthen the autonomy of individuals, communities, and organizations.