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Introduction to Web3.com
as a decentralized information aggregation service platform
Hello everyone, my name is Charlie Chen, also known as Moku in the Web3.com community. This letter is for female working professionals and novice of the Web3.com industry. Apologize for the connection malfunction in the recent Relation Talk and my sharing has come out in the form of text article.
For those who are not familiar with Web3.com, we are known as a decentralized information aggregation service platform dedicated to serving the Web3 ecosystem. We provide a comprehensive and user-friendly interface for integrating and visualizing on- and off-chain data. Our goal is to bridge the gap between Web2 and within the Web3 industry and to be a one-stop destination for users to explore the dweb - decentralized web.
Charlie Chen’s Story:
Charlie Chen's background as a traditional news journalist
Transition into the blockchain industry and current role at Web3.com
Discussion of the potential for growth and endless opportunities in the Web3 industry
And here is a little thread of me, Charlie Chen - an ordinary female working professional in Web3 Space. Before the term "Web3" became an industry buzzword, I worked in traditional media as a news journalist for many years at a press agency, where I received training on various media formats, from print to digital media.
In 2018, the blockchain industry was gaining a lot of attention, and many media outlets were discussing token economics. At that time, I worked as an English editor at a well-known media outlet in the cryptocurrency industry. Later, I joined one of the top three global exchanges as a PR professional responsible for global media outreach. I also worked in market operations and PR for various business verticals, such as Layer2 and NFT exchanges.
Currently, Web3.com is the most exciting and promising project for me. It is a path with great potential for mass adoption and a project that I believe in. As a female working professional in the blockchain industry, I entered this field by chance, but I quickly realized that it is a space with endless opportunities and potential for growth. The Web3 business is a natural extension of my previous experiences, and it allows me to combine my passion for media, communications, and new technologies.
Getting Involved in Web3:
Importance of starting from personal strengths and interests
Discussion of the disrupted concept of data ownership in Web3
Web3 is essentially about decentralization. And there are many different approaches to getting involved. When I first entered the industry, I had to learn a lot about the technology and the way things work and terminologies in blockchain, defi, Web3. But I found that the best way to approach it was to start from your own strengths and interests. For example, if you enjoy creating content, then start writing articles or creating art. And if you enjoy programming, then find a project that aligns with your interests and start building. It takes time to learn and get comfortable with Web3, but it's important to remember that there are many ways to get involved and contribute to the ecosystem.
However, the Web3 concepts are constanstly involving and can be difficult for those who are not in the industry to understand. In Web2, we instinctively follow the registration process to create accounts and share our content on platforms like social media, email, and thought we OWN the accounts and contents we published etc. With Web3, however, this concept is disrupted. All data is stored on-chain, and companies do not have access to users' personal data. Your account and information belong to you, and no one else has control over it.
Gender Equality in Web3:
Discussion of equal opportunities for men and women in the industry
Mention of potential opportunities for women in decentralized application creation and management
And speaking of gender equality, the Web3 industry presents equal opportunities for both men and women. In fact, since this industry is relatively new, there are no set rules or guidelines in place that favor any particular gender. It is a level playing field for everyone, and it is up to individuals to take advantage of the opportunities and make a name for themselves in this field. One area where women might find more opportunities is in the creation and management of decentralized applications (dApps). This is an area where creativity, problem-solving, and strategic thinking are essential, and women have proven to be particularly skilled in these areas.
Web3.com’s Commitment to Inclusivity:
Introduction of Web3ite Pass as a groundbreaking feature that promotes more opportunities for women
Discussion of Web3.com's commitment to promoting a diverse and inclusive environment in the Web3 industry
Efforts to partner with and promote underrepresented communities, inclusive hiring practices, and education and awareness initiatives
At Web3.com, we are proud to offer the Web3ite Pass, a groundbreaking feature that enables users to use their web3.com domains as their on-chain identities in ENS-enabled Apps and potentially in multi-chain enabled Apps in short future as we will soon support Arbritrum and BSC. We believe that this feature provides more opportunities for women, particularly those who are interested in working in the blockchain industry. As with any emerging industry, there will be challenges and difficulties that one might face. However, these challenges do not have a gender bias, and with the right mindset and a willingness to learn, anyone can overcome them. At Web3.com, we are committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive environment that encourages everyone to bring their unique perspectives and experiences to the table.
At Web3.com, we believe that promoting greater inclusivity and diversity in the Web3 industry is essential to its growth and success. One way we are working towards this is by actively seeking out and partnering with diverse and underrepresented communities, such as women in blockchain, to create a more inclusive ecosystem.
We also strive to ensure that our hiring and recruitment processes are inclusive and non-discriminatory, and that we provide equal opportunities for all qualified candidates. Additionally, we believe that education and awareness are key to overcoming stereotypes and biases, which is why we actively engage with our community to promote greater understanding and appreciation of diversity in the Web3 industry. By promoting inclusivity and diversity, we hope to create a stronger and more vibrant Web3 ecosystem that benefits everyone.
We hope you thrive!