The web3 space is new and exciting — but there’s still room for improvement and creativity. Mark Dawson, along with Co-Founder Daniel Stratton, saw that there was a need for artists to be able to sell their work on Optimism, a place where an NFT marketplace did not yet exist.
The complexity of blockchain scalability is one of the biggest barriers to adoption. Yan Martins, the CEO of Hathor Labs, along with his partners, are working to solve this issue.
What started as a school project at Princeton University became Arbitrum, an Ethereum scaling solution platform allowing you to make low-cost but highly secure transactions.
As the crypto industry works to accommodate the Ethereum merge, the founders of Kadena are taking a different approach.
Born from visionary ideas that pre-date Satoshi Nakamoto’s whitepaper, Kadena is committed to building a scalable Proof-of-Work blockchain for both enterprise and individual use.
That’s where people like Anastasia Bez, Director of Operations at Kadena, step in. She and the rest of the team at Kadena are ensuring the architects of crypto’s future can keep building, sourcing future crypto leaders from diverse backgrounds and demystifying crypto for non-experienced users.
In a recent episode of Masters of Web3, Anastasia shared some of the key ways Kadena are achieving all this, including:
- Redesigning Proof of Work to tackle network congestion and scalability issues
- Improving security and simplifying crypto for newer users
- Implementing a grant program designed to keep builders building
When it comes to investing in cryptocurrency, or anything for that matter, you should fundamentally understand what you are investing in. Researching investment opportunities can be lengthy and complicated, especially when considering investing in new or relatively unknown opportunities.