Couple of short notes and bullets from the GAME CHANGER "Web3 Gaming eCommerce" panel. I know it's a mouthful & buzzwordy, but there's no video recording so stick with me through this short text :)
Industry secrets. Sans the fluff
The flood of GPT-4 gurus and the Microsoft vs Google race creates the impression of a fresh revolution, but artificial intelligence has been hiding the same skeletons in the closet for decades now. We are also seeing many good ideas and solutions, but the collection of shady characters is probably more present. The only question is - who will be louder?
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Quick top-of-the-head thoughts from the two days of Web3 Tales (MSU, Zagreb) Conference
Iva is a consultant with many years of experience in developing digital products and managing projects in industries such as IT, event management and blockchain. She is the co-founder of the association Alice in Blockchains, founded with the aim of empowering and involving more women in the fintech and blockchain industries.
Nikola Škorić is the founder and director of Electrocoin, a Croatian cryptocurrency exchange that he started in 2014. With its Bitcoin exchange, the company Electrocoin became the largest cryptocurrency exchange in Croatia and expanded its operations to the entire European Union.
Today marks the historic transition of Ethereum to a greener mode of operation, which, besides energy savings, brings crucial lessons for the tech industry on developer misconceptions and complexities, as well as enthusiasm, community, and embracing risk.
Now a cult classic, Zelensky's speech declaring he needs "ammunition, not a ticket out of Kyiv" painted a vivid picture of how Ukrainians will stand up to the Russians. Support from the West and sanctions soon followed, but a faction of the crypto community, hiding behind a facade of neutrality, hasn't quite "bitten the bullet" yet.
Stocks, bonds and similar traditional (CeFi) asset classes have tremendous amounts of metrics or tools at their disposal. On the other hand, it is fairly difficult to grasp valuation, price predictability and various ratios in the crypto world.
We've been hearing about blockchain for years, but rarely got a logical answer to a simple question; Why do we really need cryptocurrencies? However, in times when centralized banks are playing with our confidence, the answer has never been clearer.
The beginning of 2021 and the current crypto carousel once again reminded us that social networks are not a good advisor for investing.
Bears are all around us. At this time of writing, bitcoin has failed to defend the lower limit of 10K USD price range, pulling all crypto trends in crunching position.
December’s issue of Crypto Curator is all about opposing arguments in the blockchain world. Let’s start with general feeling of trust people have in the blockchain ecosystem.