Web3vm is the vending machine for Web3 applications.
Using Web3vm is free and easy. The only requirements is to make the decision to obtain a free Web3 account that you will have sole control of. There are no usernames or passwords and no one will have custody of you private information. You will be the master of your future internet domain.
The easiest way to get to know Web3vm applications is to just try out some of the mini-applications. See the sections below to get started using the Web3vm vending machine. There are simple to use applications as well as complex client resource management applications. Welcome to Web3 and the Web3vm Vending Machine
The vending machine for popular web3 applications.
Simple smart-contracts, node-computing and public blockchains.
⛽ Web3vm does not require a username or password.
🔐 This site collects no information from you.
🔑 It simply allows you to interact with a public system of node computers and blockchains that store and parse data.
Get a Free Web3 Account
Fund a Web3 Account
Create a Token
Execute a Blockchain Transaction
Purchase an NFT (Non-Fungible-Token)
Purchase WorldLaw Utility Token (ERC20)
Create and Evidential Record (NFT)
One-stop-shop for Web3 applications.
Simple easy to use programs for transacting with the Ethereum blockchain.
Web3 supports encryption. Once a file is encrypted it can only be viewed with a digital decode key.
When a Web3vm application is executed it creates an immutable transaction that can be used as proof of the existence of a electronic file. ...
Time-stamped files stored on public blockchains satisfy Federal Rules of Evidence.
All public court systems are stressed to receive and manage electronic evidence. ....
The content files are persistently stored on public nodes and blockchains.
Claim transactions are secured and available 24/7/365. Courts can rely on the public blockchain as proof of the existence of a claim file without having to view the contents until the court requires it. This keeps confidential files secure while comporting with ethical rules of confidentiality and client attorney privileges.