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 🏋️
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.
* My five-stage filter process guides you to success ** When I was young, I had absolutely no idea what I wanted to do with my life. It really worried me that I didn't have a plan. But I did have a passion, which was music.
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