This is a very common question among users and, in fact, we are already starting this "migration from Web2 to Web3" process. Today there are already a plethora of decentralized applications (DApps). Let's show you an example that is simple to understand:
Surely you must know music platforms like Deezer and Spotify. These apps are Web2 and centralized, so you'll need a login and password to access them - not to mention you'll have to pay monthly in fiat money to use them at will.
There is a very interesting Web3 application called Audius and the idea of this application is very interesting: to democratize the streaming market - which is centralized by the record companies. With it, musicians will be able to freely publish their music without signing a partnership with record labels.
Furthermore, in a decentralized application, government money such as Dollars and Euros is not used; in these apps, the DApp's native token is used - in this case we cite, it is AUDIO, a second layer cryptocurrency built on the Solana network.
So, did you see what the idea of Web3 is? That's right, it's decentralization! It's about giving more space to content creators and democratizing the internet even more, so this concept only tends to grow over time.