RWA (Real World Assets) is an interesting trend that has occurred in recent years in the cryptocurrency and web3 industry. It is worth noting that it was USDT, USDC or BUSD that made a key contribution to the fact that millions of people can now use the popular blockchain networks. The application of the RWA concept resulted in the revolution of fiat stablecoins, which now hold much of the capital and transaction volumes. The new wave will involve tokenized commodities: gold and other metals, food crops, oil and other tangible assets such as cars or residential real estate. These are assets that have real utility and rarity, being connected to the global economy, and therefore will always have value that differs from the purely speculative one, in contrast with most crypto assets. Ultimately, web3 can automate and optimize the global economy and create global services for all kinds of assets and transactions. RWA is not limited to tokenization of goods, but can also facilitate implementing web3 mechanics for services that already form the basis of the IT economy: rental markets, B2B franchises, product marketplaces and ads. Through NFTs, users can tokenize goods, commercial and residential rentals and real estate itself, rental cars, scooters or computers: all huge markets in which web3 technology could lead a new revolution, as web1 and web2 did in the recent past.