Alright, so we’ve talked about NFTs in general, we’ve defined what they are, why there’s a need for them, how they could help the industry as well as artists, we even looked at the marketplaces that allow us to create, sell and buy them. …


NFTs have been on the lips of many crypto enthusiasts lately, but the concept is not new. In fact, it dates back all the way to 2017 when CryptoKitties and CryptoPunks came around. CryptoKitties and CryptoPunks were pretty much the first NFTs that came into existence.


Last week we talked about the events of 1971 and how the politically motivated decisions by President Nixon, at that time, created an economic downturn; firstly for the whole US system, and then for the rest of the world.

Detachment from the Gold Standard devalued the $. Prices of living…


The development of the web is based on users’ activity. As we were discussing previously: in Web 1.0 users only viewed content, in Web 2.0 users created content, and interacted with each other.

To better understand what Web 3.0 is, let’s look at the model from a benefit angle.

In…


In today’s article we would like to discuss an interesting idea presented by a Twitter page called WTF Happened in 1971? The page was co-founded by a podcaster Heavily Armed Clown and a former 3D Graphic Designer Ben Prentice.

Both of the Twitter account owners are supporters of the blockchain…


The Internet is changing daily and oftentimes these changes are not noticeable to ordinary Internet users. A couple of decades back, which marks the era of Web 1.0, Internet users had to access the web through dial-up modems and read information on static websites.

The experience for users and businesses


In today’s article we would like to explore Web 3.0 through the eyes of the legendary Gavin Wood, co-founder of Ethereum and creator of Polkadot.

In our previous articles we’ve talked quite a bit about Web 3.0 and how it would affect our future and present. We’ve covered the evolution of Web 3.0, the reason it’s not creating mass adoption just yet, and its core features.

However, today we’re going to discuss other aspects of…


The majority of crypto enthusiasts, investors, and technicians seem to be perceiving Web 3.0 as a network of value with trustless and permissionless mechanisms, and a global distributed ledger.

However, in today’s article we would like to expand on this concept and add a slightly different angle to it. Only…


To answer that question we need to go back in time a bit, and analyze how we got to Web 3.0 in the first place.

The classification of Web 3.0 didn’t happen only until Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 eras ended their existence.

So What Was Web 1.0?


Cryptocurrency and blockchain have been a disruptive industry from the get go. Not only did it transform the traditional financial system it also created different flavors within its own system.

Mark Nezvisky

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