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By Julian Paul • Issue #15 • View online
Last week, tons happened in web3. Here are three highlights:
Currently, intoweb3.land reaches over 135+ resources. Up at least 10 new additions from last week. Welcome to the new subscribers of this weekly publication. Let’s get into your weekly dose of web3 ↓

One Thread to ponder over
Minion (GM, Jo Sun) in Singapore 🇸🇬
1) It's been more than a year since I made this NFT master thread, it's time to conduct a chain upgrade while I'm finishing reading all the latest NFT thought pieces, research, data analysis etc. The NFT space has grown significantly and seeing so many talented people building. https://t.co/3V5A2mpnji
Unbundling venture capital via DAOs
Service DAOs, Incubation DAOs, Investment DAOs
Service DAOs, Incubation DAOs, Investment DAOs
“…35% of US employment is to establish trust (legal contracts, law enforcement, auditors), this is reflected in the administrative processes needed to set up and operate an equity company — it takes weeks as opposed to potentially minutes via a smart contract enabled organizational stack…“
Read the full article here by @pet3rpan.
Should communities be free?
✖️ Should communities be free?
✖️ Should communities be free?
“…Ask yourself why you buy an NFT and there’s an element of speculation that pops into your head. However, I want to argue that while blockchain equals financialization, the Web3 doesn’t have to. Instead, we should frame the Web3 as a reshaping of community…“
Read the full article here by @WalravenMaarten.
Three products worth exploring
  • lighthouse » the open metaverse navigation engine.
  • daylight » the portal to your token action items.
  • earylones » get rewarded for being early.
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