It’s been quite the month for NFTs, Crypto and Web3 in general. Valuations have been dropping like flies, and many crypto enthusiasts have lost their life savings 😓 But instead of walking away from the current dumpster 🔥 of Web3, I’ve decided to double down with this Content3 weekly newsletter 🏋️
And although we are still in the wild west phase of Web3's evolution, best practice is emerging from these early pioneers, as well as from early expeditions across the broader NFT space. So how are these entrepreneurs ensuring they build projects for success, and avoid the potential pitfalls?
It seems blindingly obvious that upgrading YouTube's product so that talent can issue their own NFTs could be a game-changer. With 2bn active users per week, uptake of Web3 by such a behemoth would likely be transformational.
There are multiple revelations in this excellent interview, but the one that stood out was Jon's claim that a major streamer has a technology team working to enable NFT owners to see their digital selves on screen
So many people have suggested that after expensive JPEGS comes expensive MP3's... And that is because compared to movies or games, producing high-quality music can be quite a quick process. So Royal looks to be an early front-runner in the race to tokenise music from established artists