Will Web3 Change the Civilization in the Next 20 Years?

Do you sometimes wonder how come the internet shows you ads of products you were thinking of buying? Did you ever feel like the internet was reading your mind? Seems like the internet knows everything about you.

The world of the web is centralized and you, my friend, have no control over your data. So, how do you gain control over your personal data? How do we establish the power of individuals on the web? The answer is Web3.

Meet Hasnaeen Rizvi Rahman, a self taught programmer and a young entrepreneur who made it to the world of IT quite grand and successfully. He was only in his mid twenties when he founded Astha IT, now a global service provider and one of the top software exporters of Bangladesh. Hasnaeen’s vision says, twenty years from now, the world of web will not be the same anymore. Web3 will reign and the power of individuals will be established on the web. How? Dive into Hasnaeen’s intriguing speech to find out how Web3 will ensure a world of justice, and equality.
Hasnaeen Rizvi Rahman was only in his mid-twenties when he founded Astha IT. Over the decade, Astha IT made its way to the top and grew up to be a global service provider, having clients in the United States, Australia, and Europe, winning multiple awards from BASIS and the government of Bangladesh. Today Astha IT is a tech giant and the top software exporter in the country, employing and mentoring hundreds of engineers.

A passionate problem solver by heart, Hasnaeen became a self-taught programmer by ninth grade, and within two years, he sold his first commercial software to a buying house. As an outstanding academic, he passed a summa cum laude from North South University with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science.

Aiming to build the country’s Internet ecosystem and provide an array of life-changing tech services to a population of 200 million, Hasnaeen founded a venture studio in the United States called Strings in 2021 that is working on a series of startups. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx