If you want to start working or doing anything in Web3, the first step is to have a clear understanding of what’s about.
web1: this was the first interaction with internet, like reading The New York Time.
web2: here we have an interaction between users. Social networks, blogs, etc. But big companies centralices ownership of data and content.
web3: from the user perspective, is all about ownership. Tokens, currencies, and shares of companies makes you a trading part of the web. Decentralisation is the new game, big companies wont be hable to hold all as before.