I remember when Ordinals began to first pop off on crypto Twitter. The idea of NFTs on Bitcoin piqued my interest to dive deeper into the Stacks ecosystem and see what it was all about. After researching and learning more about the developer tooling that exists around it, I was fascinated at how easy it was to develop smart contracts on Bitcoin.
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It’s pretty bad when you get phone calls from relatives (multiple) asking if you’ve heard of SHIB and they then proceed to shill their gains and why you should buy some.
Bitcoin just rallied pretty heavily on the eager anticipation of a ETF which is slated begin trading in about a week.
It’s pretty funny witnessing the prior generation grasp for straws and act as if anything of financial value must be met with a stamp of approval from them. Lately, the biggest gripe has been against NFTs.
I saw a funny comment on twitter the other day. Here’s what it said.
A couple weeks ago, I wrote a post detailing how things are beginning to turn sour for equities. In that post, I did give a small glimpse on how I felt about crypto towards the end. In this post, I’d like to share more thoughts on that particular point I raised.
Tezos has been gaining momentum within the NFT scene for a variety of reasons. I’ll explain why within this post, but I find the space as a whole fascinating, personally.
Recently, I had the chance alongside fellow co-host Marissa Trew of TZ APAC to chat with Lin Dai, CEO and Founder of OneOf. In case you’re unfamiliar with them, they had a $63M seed raise and are building a really interesting NFT-based music platform on the Tezos blockchain. They will be launching quite soon as well with several drops expected from numerous high-profile artists.