At CommunityBuild we’ve been spending a lot of time talking to individuals, companies and communities all eager to get into Web3 and Crypto.
The biggest theme across these conversations seems to be how intimidating and overwhelming crypto seems from the outside.
We want to try to make it a little easier to get into this world and show you 5 specific steps you can take to launch your crypto journey. It’s not that complicated when you actually dive into it!
Web3 gaming, the decentralised and player-ownership-driven evolution of traditional gaming, is at the forefront of the overall web3 or blockchain revolution that seems to be the inevitable future of the internet. And it has a long, exciting way to go.
Web3 gaming offers an innovative approach for participating in games with the help of blockchain technology, and it is best understood in contrast to its traditional Web2 counterparts.
Traditionally, Web2 games have been completely housed on a single centralized server owned by a single authority. This places several limitations on various in-game assets purchased by players with fiat currency (also earned collectibles).
At CommunityBuild, we’re constantly thinking of ways to support founders while empowering communities with ownership and opportunities. It’s in the cold crypto winter that most of the best builders show up, but many investors seem to be scared away by the media and cherry-picked doomsday scenarios.
Fundraising and finding helpful contributors has become the biggest blocker for smart and talented early-stage Web3 founders.
This is why today, we’re introducing CLF or Community-Led Fundraising: Clear, milestone-based fundraising for your early-stage idea and connections to more than 10,000 incredible contributors, powered by the CommunityBuild family.
Inspired by concepts from ReFi (Regenerative Finance), CLF will help Web3 founders build sustainable token economies for their protocols, with close assistance from the CommunityBuild team and contributor community.
The LGBT community celebrates Pride Month every year in the month of June. It is observed to recognise the struggles and discrimination faced by the LGBTQAI+ community and to bring positive changes in society. Colourful uplifting parades with floats and celebrities, joyous festivals, workshops, picnics, and parties are among the principal components of LGBTQ Pride Month, also called Gay Pride, which is celebrated in June around the world.
We strongly believe that the focus on inclusivity and diversity in Web3 should not be just for one month, so we want to try something different with how Web3 looks at Pride Month!
Why is it celebrated in the month of June?
We believe Web3 Founders are building some of the most revolutionary products we've seen to date, but the biggest challenge these founders face is building authentic communities with true ownership.
CommunityBuild aims to support the most innovative Web3 teams with a critical factor to success: community.
CommunityBuild is an organization that helps early-stage Web3 teams build ownership-driven communities through our in-depth understanding and expertise of Web3 psychologies and paradigms. But why is community so important in Web3?