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By Julian Paul • Issue #28 • View online
Last week, tons happened in web3. Here are three highlights:
But without further ado, this week’s dose of web3 is social-heavy ↓

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Status Traps: Web2 Social Networks Learnings
“…social network builders should think of themselves more as modeling economic policy. 1. Most social networks tend to bend towards high status inequality (a high Gini coefficient) by default. 2. If your social network has high inequality you are going to struggle to retain newcomers. 3. Having high status mobility is key to any vibrant social network, even when your goal is not to grow your overall user base…”
Read the full article here by @sriramk.
Guild evolves: platformless memberships
“…What Google and Apple started with single sign-on, Ethereum took to a whole new level. Addresses are portable self-sovereign identities while social tokens are a form of belonging, enabling portable social structures on top of addresses. Guild is the infrastructure powering these social identities, similarly to wallets powering addresses … We can now build experiences around social traits to mimic the freedom of movement of self-custodian assets. Having an achievement in a game on Steam or an emoji in your Twitter name can unlock the same utility as holding a Mirror NFT….“
Read the full article here by @bernatnacsa.
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