June 11th, 2022

I wrote this piece in Jan 2021, shared it with a few friends but didn’t get around to posting it publicly. I wanted to share it more broadly, and I’ve added a few updated notes.

What statements about web3 will be true 5-10 years from now, that are a non-intuitive and hard to believe today?

After spending more focused time exploring web3, it's clear that we are still very much in the early days. The web3 space simultaneously feels futuristic and clunky all at once, which I think is an inherent characteristic of any sufficiently novel technology.