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By Julian Paul • Issue #20 • View online
Last week, tons happened in web3. Here are three highlights:
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But without further ado, this week’s dose of web3 is varied ↓

One Thread to ponder over
Yesterday, Jack Dorsey announced Web5: “an extra decentralised web platform”.

I went through the 18-page deck.

Here’s a summary of the protocol, and how it claims to be different to Web3.

Market Bottoms And On-Chain Data
The current market structure might look similar to other bottoms.
The current market structure might look similar to other bottoms.
“…Between 2011 and 2012 there was a point where more than 84% of the addresses holding BTC were at a loss. Back then there was not even a Crypto industry like today, BTC was used mostly for illicit purchases on black markets. And besides that, Bitcoin’s price still recovered a year later. A similar story happened between 2015–2016, up to 68% of the addresses were at some point holding at a loss. A year later the price was on all-time highs again…”
Read the full article here by @juan_p2p.
Web3: the internet’s 3% difference
On identity, creation, and optimism.
On identity, creation, and optimism.
“…Virgil, the former Louis Vuitton and off—white designer, had a “PERSONAL DESIGN LANGUAGE” and believed you only have to slightly innovate an existing thing to create a new one. That was his 3% theory. In his words, it was “developed in practice. Evolved over time. 3% is applicable across practices and fields, different media, eras of our history. Our future.” 3% if applicable to our future on the internet….Web3 is distinct in that it gives people the choice to be owners on the internet—that’s its 3% difference. And if everything in the world is exactly the same, then 3% progress is substantial and the impact will be remarkable…“
Read the full article here by @holyn.
Three products worth exploring
  • terminal » dashboard for tokenized communities.
  • » discover and mint new NFT projects.
  • airdropr » no-code web3 marketing stack.
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