Category: Web 3.0

  • Web 3 and public goods

    The killer use case so far in the Web 3.0 ecosystem is supporting public goods via quadratic funding. Let’s start with some definitions. Public goods are freely accessibly goods that anyone can access, and one person accessing them does not reduce availability for others (More here). Quadratic Funding – The community contributes to the projects they feel […]

  • Web 3.0 and Offline Businesses

    Over the last few months, I’ve spent a considerable amount of time going down the Web 3.0 rabbit hole. If you are looking to explore this space, the Naval, Chris Dixon podcast with Tim Ferriss is a great place to get started. There’s a lot to be excited about. While there’s a lot of innovation […]