One of the world's most high profile Venture Captial funds has announced a new $4.5BILLION Web3 investment fund, right as the bottom drops out of the NFT market 😫 Whilst emotional wrecks like me cower in the corner, those cray-cray finance guys are busy investing like gladiators ⚔️
I started to follow a cycle in which experiencing deep pain actually made me: Take stock Give myself a break Accept the issues I wasn't happy with Make a plan to address them Take urgent, positive action.
Back in 2012, our YouTube video of a guy swimming with his pet polar bear had featured (very briefly) in Google’s Year in Search zeitgeist video. It was a huge deal for our tiny company. And because the video was getting watched a lot, we started getting monthly cheques from YouTube.
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?
Back in 2012, my small press agency was getting some traction from its videos on Youtube. At a regular meeting, I declared that we would do whatever it took to become the number one channel in YouTube's news vertical.