I see blockchain gaming as the future of video games. I also consider it the best possible vehicle for the road to blockchain mass adoption. What better way to teach people about blockchain than giving them hands-on experience that allows them to see and understand its benefits in real-time.
I’ve worked in the blockchain industry for years and been a gamer my entire life. Yet merging the two never crossed my mind. When I thought of blockchain games I’d think of games like CryptoKitties, which is more of a collectibles platform than an actual game. While CryptoKitties saw a lot of success and has arguably gotten more attention than any other dApp in the marketplace, it turned me away from the industry as a whole.
If blockchain gaming was going to be about collectibles, I wasn’t really interested. I understand the value that tokenization can bring to digital ownership…
If I had a penny for every time someone told me, “It’s like ____ but on a blockchain”, I’d probably have somewhere between $5-$10. Notoriously, the cryptocurrency market is riddled with blindly optimistic projects that rarely make good on their promises. Projects often led by teams who put great time and effort into theorizing complex blockchain use cases, but very little into how their projects will actually be executed, and even less on whether there is a demand for the product at all.
Many of the Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) from 2017–2018 presented innovative, and clear improvements on the processes…
I’ve been obsessed with the concept of time for as long as I can remember.
When I was a kid, I made routines for everything I did throughout the day. When I ate fast food, I ate the french fries first, then the burger, no matter what. Every day after school I’d go straight to the library and finish all the homework I had. I hated taking work home, days when my mom wouldn’t let me stay after the bell, I didn’t do the homework at all. I refused to break routine.
If you can’t tell from the fact that…
Blockchain can do wonders for the music industry.
I love drawing connections between industries, bonus points if I’m passionate about either, or both. In a past life, I managed artists and producers. I’m knowledgable regarding the music industry, and fluent in blockchain (or at least that’s what I like to tell myself).
Let’s think about what blockchain is good for:
It’s been an interesting month for cryptocurrency.
Let’s take a look at what’s been going on, and what it means for the future.
With competitors coming out of the woodwork over the past few years, people are beginning to wonder if Ethereum, the King of the dApps, is at risk of losing its’ throne. But, just because there are some younger and healthier princes in the castle, doesn’t mean they can dethrone the king.
Elon Musk recently issued an ominous warning about Artificial Intelligence (A.I.). A warning made more ominous by the fact that it comes from a person whom we’d assume has his finger on the pulse of the industry.
“I tried to convince people to slow down, slow down A.I., to regulate A.I. This was futile. I tried for years. Nobody listened.” — Elon Musk
If one of the smartest and most traditionally successful people on this planet is scared of something, should the rest of us be concerned?
As I get older, something that becomes abundantly clear is that no one has any clue what the hell is going on.
I was listening to an interview with Graham Hancock last night. Graham wrote a book called Fingerprint of the Gods in the ’90s. It highlighted elements of human history that challenged the traditional narrative.
Graham wasn’t taken very seriously by the boys club that is modern archeology, and much of his findings were brushed off as the results of pseudo-science. If you look Graham up on Wikipedia, it says he practices “pseudo-archeology”.
Yet, as I did my own…
When the human brain is faced with new information, it attempts to categorize the information based on past experiences. In writing, we often categorize and bunch similar pieces of information together without realizing it. Our brains are trying to make it easier for a readers subconscious mind to digest and store the information we’re sharing.
When I first began my efforts to make a career out of digital marketing, I learned something that’s always stuck with me.
It wasn’t a secret growth hacking tactic or a plugin that could drastically reduce the cost-per-customer for eCommerce platforms. …