NFTs ignited a revolution in the way we think about digital ownership, and projects employing Creative Commons (CC0) public domain are poised to change the game once again.
We're building Web3, so why not make it queer from the start? Rather than copy/paste Web 2.0, let's build a more queer and more inclusive digital world.
New Layer 2 platforms like Arbitrum and Optimism are helping Ethereum grow by speeding up transactions, and reducing gas fees.
Community tokens harness the power of social capital and turn it into financial gain for members of online communities. Here's how Web3 helps you make money online.
You may have heard that the internet is "getting an upgrade." Well, it's true! Web3 is the next generation of the internet, and it's going to change the way you use it.
There is a new wave of artists making money in the art world, and they are doing so by selling their artwork as NFTs. Not only is digital art now much easier to sell, but NFTs are rethinking the dynamics of supply and demand.
More and more brands are starting to realize the power of community to build loyalty, expand word-of-mouth, and ultimately drive sales with customers. But what are the different types of communities out there? And what does a successful one look like?
NFT art is a game-changer for LGBT artists, as it has leveled the playing field in the world of fine art, making it far less pretentious, and a lot more inclusive. Here are three LGBT NFT artists you should be supporting.