Wolf Game is crazy interesting because it combines NFTs, DeFi, staking, and game theory. When they first launched there was an exploit in the contract that caused them to pause minting and ultimately migrate to a clean contract without exploits.
Recently a lot of people have asked me how to get started with NFTs and web3 in general. I created a guide for how to get started in web3, which is an overview of the space and things I think are interesting and worth reading about.
Last week I was laying in bed and thought of a genius idea - there should be a platform that allows anyone to easily create an index fund with crypto tokens. People could follow the top index funds or creators of those index funds. The creators of the index funds could charge a fee, like % of assets under management, to everyone who invests into their fund.
NFTs shift value back to people who influence culture
Last week I saw the tweet thread below and thought it was an excellent summary of why web3 matters. Alexis Ohanian’s session at NFT NYC was dynamic, informative, and inspiring. The main takeaway from his talk was about how NFTs are shifting the value back to the people that influence culture.