The past decade was full of grassroots movements and mass demonstrations that took on every conceivable cause by storm. From mass protests in Hong Kong to the End SARS movement in Nigeria, and from mass climate action to demonstrations for social justice, new ways to communicate and coordinate combined with the strong desire of younger generations to take action, is driving forward social change at an unprecedented rate. Every demonstration achieves varying levels of success, but all face a common challenge in the lack of sustainability beyond an initial spark of energy. How can we sustainably activate the social, financial, and human capital inherent within communities of all sizes to create positive action towards solutions for humanity’s most important challenges? With four billion participants expected by 2030, Web3 has the potential to provide the missing superpower that turns activism and grassroots movements into sustainable micro-economies with incentives for continuous action.