When it comes to Web 3.0, blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and the whole shebang, there’s a great deal of confusion, skepticism, fear, or, conversely, high enthusiasm and promises of easy gains.

But for those of us who aren’t super tech-savvy, is a future of tears and blood awaiting us? How can we survive the Web 3.0 wave? Will it be a calm sea or a tsunami?

Who can say? Certainly not those trying to sell us a promised land that doesn’t yet exist. At the same time, how can we ride the wave in our real lives, our work, and our “current” business?

It’s a game that’s still in progress, but… are we sure we’re not already losing it “Three to Zero”? Starting from here. 👇”


The differentiating factor of Web 3.0

I still remember the noise of the modem, that infernal device that connected me to the internet in the '90s. It was a grating sound straight out of Hell, where analog souls entered the purgatory of the web. It promised tears and gnashing of teeth with its slow and unstable connection. Yet, I had known the Commodore 64 well enough to say that the web was going to be a revolution. And what revolution does Web3 promise?

Let me tell you my secret: I see tokens everywhere

What are tokens in the world of Web 3.0? And what are they in the real world? We already know them; we use them every day, and often we simply don't label them as tokens. Translated into the web (and Web3) world, they might have a new, incredible utility. Let's discover it together.