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. 👇”


X marks the spot

It's one of those pieces of news that makes us all feel like a bit of marketing experts under the beach umbrella. Even more so if we add that the 'bird killer' is a divisive figure like Elon Musk. Genius or recklessness?

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?

Five Types of Web3 Gurus to Steer Clear Of

In the online world, there are numerous gurus narrating the story of web3, and navigating to figure out whom to trust for insights is truly challenging. However, there are at least 5 categories of gurus found online. Let's discover which ones.