To successfully build consumer-scale crypto experiences, developers must think beyond throughput and latency. The question should be: Can you actually use it?
An emerging model of gaming that provides real money for players is part of broader trends including web3, the future of work, and new types of networks.
Decentralized autonomous organizations only work if the community buys in. Here are the mindsets, tools, and incentives builders and participants need to know.
More people have entered crypto lately. Here are the best practices and options for securing it, and how it all fits this next evolution of the internet: web3.
Money, art, and collectibles are great first applications for web3. But just as in previous eras, the new internet will be organized in unexpected ways.
Web3 projects should be designed around two tokens—one for signaling reputation, the other for offering liquidity—which would represent people's contributions.
One-size-fits-all regulation keeps us from taking advantage of technology and curtailing its risks. Now is the time to get the right framework in place.
As more people arrive to web3, there should be even more diverse ways to participate, with crypto wallets being the only barrier to entry.