Web3 — decentralized applications based on blockchain technology — is radically different from the centralized world of existing Web2 applications. Developers have long used Web2 centralized platforms like GitHub for application development, but there are issues with using Web2 platforms to develop Web3 applications. This means new application development platforms for code development, repository management, DevOps processes, project management, and storage for end-to-end application development in Web3 are needed.
This is where Devium Network comes in. We make it easy to do Web3 application development. In fact, the Devium platform is cross-platform so that users can develop Web2 or Web3-based applications according to the needs of their projects. In particular, we offer the native infrastructure that Web3 application developers need for Web3 development.
The decentralized structure of Web3 provides developers with 100% freedom, privacy, security, and ownership of their code. Developers can log into the system with their crypto wallets, the user owns the data held on the platform entirely, and encryption is provided with the user’s crypto wallet and private key, so only those authorized by the user, including the administrators of the forum or group, can access the project. With smart contracts, the ownership of the project is documented; while developing the project, team members do their work for the owner, so they can’t use the codes of the project without permission. No team member can delete the project kept in the Web3 environment without the authorization of the project owner. At the same time, the project data, which is held distributed due to the decentralized structure, is available to the owner without access or security problems.
The decentralized structure also allows project developers to manage their resources freely and prevents the project’s content from being monitored by any central authority. This also prevents issues such as censorship and blocking from a centralized platform.
In addition to the decentralized structure, users can create NFTs to tokenize their source code with the Devium platform, which isn’t available in centralized structures. By building different NFTs according to their preference, users can license their project for single or multiple uses, store their project in a crypto wallet, or transfer NFTs to other users. With Devium, developers have more freedom, control, better monetization opportunities, and a marketplace of targeted buyers for their code. Web3 environments are far superior from an application developer’s point of view, and Devium sets itself apart by providing Web2 environments with easy migration to Web3.
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