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The Web3 Labs Blog: Web3 (2)

    Harnessing the Power of 'Being Useful'

    One of the mantras Arnold Schwarzenegger lived his life by was "Be Useful". His father used to say...

    The DeFi Dilemma: Can it Fulfil its Promise?

    Last week DeFi faced another crisis, this time it was with one of the stalwarts of the ecosystem,...

    Can AI fix Web3 UX?

    It's no secret that the user experience still has a long way to go with many web3 applications....

    The Blockchain Multiverse: The Future of Public and Private Networks

    What's the end goal for public blockchains? I've lost track of the amount of time I've spent...

    The Case for a Bitcoin (ETF) Exchange-Traded Fund

    It's been 6 years since the Winklevoss Twins’ Bitcoin ETF (exchange-traded fund) application was...

    The One Ring: A Golden Ticket in the Digital Age

    Although blockchain and web3 keep most of my brain cycles busy, I enjoy playing the trading card...

    The Race to Mainstream Adoption between Public and Private Networks

    2023 hasn't been a great year so far for the crypto and blockchain industries as far as mainstream...

    Weathering the Storm: Why Blockchain's Future Lies Beyond Current Criticisms

    Off the back of the SEC’s most recent antics , there is plenty of negative pieces questioning the...

    SEC Showdown: Striking Down Binance and Coinbase while UK Emerges as Blockchain Sanctuary

    The SEC is keeping itself busy, this time they dealt sweeping blows to Binance, Coinbase and a...

    Beyond Grants and Tokens: Redefining Sustainable Funding Models for OSS in Web3

    Grant funding, and public goods funding are commonplace throughout web3. The challenge, as I wrote...

    The Tipping Point: Ethereum's Battle for Blockchain Supremacy

    The Ethereum network was the first blockchain network designed primarily to be a platform for...

    Beyond the Hype: Unleashing Web3's True Potential

    There's been speculation about the real-world utility of blockchain and web3 platforms for a long...