Application and Challenges of Web 3.0 in Smart Cities


  • Joshua Olusegun Fayomi Kaunas University of Technology
  • Zainab Abdulqadir Sani University of Debrecen



ICTs, technology, Lithuania, dificulties


Citizens are becoming more directly involved in the advancement of sustainability in smart development in areas where web 3.0 promises to transform urban cities into advanced smart cities and where ICTs are integrated in strategies for participation and co-production. This study's aim is to investigate and pinpoint the applications and difficulties in using Web 3.0 technologies in smart cities in Lithuania. A systematic questionnaire with open-ended questions was created after a thorough study in order to elicit 250 replies from citizens, managers, and online workers in Lithuania. The information gathered was examined. Our research findings in this paper offer a multidisciplinary understanding of web 3.0's applications and difficulties in smart cities, as well as insights into the chances for citizen participation in decision-making and service delivery. Future cities will likely need a stronger technological connection with smart technology, with an emphasis on the rising role of the digitally "empowered" citizen. In order to improve surroundings in web 3.0 contexts, this study examines the difficulties and applications of implementing such a futuristic idea. It will be said that although much of the technology needed to realize the vision of Web 3.0 applications in smart cities is already available, further research is still required in several important areas.







How to Cite

“Application and Challenges of Web 3.0 in Smart Cities”, SCRD, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 31–42, Mar. 2023, doi: 10.25019/scrdjournal.v7i1.174.

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