- My first impressions of web3
- Web3 is Bullshit
- Why Web3 Matters
- The Only Crypto Story You Need, by Matt Levine
- A Guide to DeSci, the Latest Web3 Movement
On this episode of Rehash, we’re talking with Jon Hillis, Co-Founder of Cabin DAO. Cabin DAO is a community for web3 creators and an experiment in decentrali...
Chris Dixon and Naval Ravikant — The Wonders of Web3, How to Pick the Right Hill to Climb, Finding the Right Amount of Crypto Regulation, Friends with Benefi...
SFF 2022 | Next 10 Years: Building the Crypto Economy, Scaling Web3 Innovation & Weathering Storms4 Nov, 12:15 PM at the Global Plenary, SFFThis session will...
Was there a Web2?????
This post “explains like I’m five” core crypto concepts: web 3, blockchain (wallets, consensus), tokens, bitcoin, ethereum, NFTs, and DAOs. Let's go down the rabbit hole together.
The internet is going through a paradigm shift. Learn the differences between Web2 and Web3, and why many developers and companies are shifting their approach in building apps.
I want to focus this post on the macro environment for tech, startups, web3, and climate because that is where my head is at right now. I believe that sometime in the first half of 2023, the central…
Ava Labs is joining Amazon’s AWS Marketplace to accelerate institutional adoption of Avalanche and its Subnets technology.
Web3 has become one of the most talked-about concepts today. Just try to count how many times “crypto”, “NFTs”, or “DeFi” appear on your Twitter timeline. To many people, Web3 is just another…
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If you read tech journalism you’ll probably hear the fuzzy term web3 bandied about in the press. Sprinkled around all these articles are all manner of idealistic and utopian ideas about how we can…
What to know about the new DeSci movement
It’s been a bummer summer for crypto. Flagship coins Bitcoin and Ether are at multiyear lows, while lesser coins barrel to zero. Luna went from a market capitalization of $34 billion (“market” and…
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Web1 (roughly 1990-2005) was about open protocols that were decentralized and community-governed. Most of the value accrued to the edges of the network — users and builders. Web2 (roughly 2005-2020)…
«We are now at the beginning of the web3 era, which combines the decentralized, community-governed ethos of web1 with the advanced, modern functionality of web2.»
Where it came from, what it all means, and why it still matters.
Despite considering myself a cryptographer, I have not found myself particularly drawn to “crypto.” I don’t think I’ve ever actually said the words “get off my lawn,” but I’m much more likely to click…
«Also – cards on the table here – I don’t share the same generational excitement for moving all aspects of life into an instrumented economy.»
Crypto dreamers want to free us from Big Tech and exploitative capitalism—using only the blockchain, game theory, and code. What could possibly go wrong?
A primer on the state of web3
To guide web3 builders tackling what decentralization means in practice, across several use cases, we cover: the design challenge of web3 decentralization; how builders can use the novel components of…
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