Block Climbing podcast: WTF is Web3?

Posted: 13 April 2022 9:59 am
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This week Tegan and Tim explain what Web3 actually is and what enthusiasts hope it will be in the future. They also take a look at privacy coins and some NFTs that allegedly contain coordinates to 'stolen' Russian tanks in Ukraine.

The term 'Web3' is being thrown around a lot lately - but what actually is it?

In this episode of Block Climbing, Tegan and Tim take a look at how Web3 aims to differ from previous generations of the internet. This includes people's somewhat Utopian hopes for it, the problems it could solve and the big issues its facing. But perhaps the reality of Web3 will be found somewhere in the middle.

Elsewhere in the episode they take a look at privacy coins and set sail on OpenSea to dig into NFTs that allegedly contain coordinates to stolen Russian tanks in Ukraine.

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