The crossover between blockchain and AI seems to inspire more derision than usual from Crypto X/Twitter. I think this is largely due to the void of implemented use cases surrounding them. There’s an air of magical thinking about combining the two technologies that has a multiplying effect on any apprehension.
Regulatory concerns and influencer chaos look to be tightening a noose around the industry’s neck. With chilling whispers of Halloween around the corner, it’s time to face fears and talk about decentralized on- and off-ramps (DOORs) and how we onboard the world.
Web3 teams vying for growth in a downtrend tend to pull out a playbook that was forged in an up-only market. Airdrops were once seen as a path to hacking progress in the traction game, but as an incentive model they arguably now create more harm than good.
RWAs have been pitched as one of those ideas to herald in the next bull run. But are they a fix-all and will the future truly be tokenized? With the bera market skimming away hype daily, now is the time to take an honest look at RWAs and understand why world domination shouldn’t be the endgame.