I have encountered feelings regarding Web 3.
On the one side, I’m excited to see what it can offer. And on the other, I feel skeptical because of all the hype and blind faith I see around it. Often, what I stumble upon on the Internet almost sounds like a religion.
And that makes me cringe. I don’t believe in magical solutions that promise to solve nearly all of humanity’s problems.
It sounds like snake oil.
But staying up to date with emergent tech can be game-changing.
What you expose yourself to establishes the range of possible solutions you can think of. And I believe that, far from the extremes, there can be something handy there. We can’t obviate it if we want to improve our efforts at enabling sustainable growth.
And that’s what this publication is all about.
I’ve been trading crypto assets, but, technically speaking, I’ve just scratched the surface of Web 3 so far.
I know the high-level basics. But I still have lots of blind spots. I’ve got many things to learn about yet.
I want to dig deeper.
And here is where this comprehensive learning roadmap by Francesco Ciulla, online creator and Developer Advocate at daily.dev, comes in.
I’m in exploratory mode at this point.
I don’t intend to go all-in but rather start learning on the topic at my own pace, to see what I find out and see if I discover something valuable with the potential to enable sustainable growth. For now, I’m more interested in the technological fundamentals and how it relates to the world where it is to operate. Not so much in the practical matters of Web 3 development —at least for now. My goal is to get a systemic perspective on its practical uses.
Not wishful thinking but realistic, pragmatic thinking.
Do you want to dig into Web 3? If so, take a look at Francesco’s guide here.
And if you’ve already gotten deeper into Web 3, I’d love to hear your thoughts.
Do you believe it can help entrepreneurs, creators, and innovators grow more sustainably? Do you think it can help them bring sustainable progress to society and our world? If so, how?
Or do you think it’s the opposite and believe it’s all a bubble?
Whatever the case, I’d love to hear your thoughts.
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