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Discover new ideas: An awfully biased take on the shift to Web 3.0.

There are many upstarts like Crypterium, Homerun, and others that are, as we speak, working to bridge that gap between how we live our lives now and what's to come.

I must say, as one gets older, it becomes increasingly difficult to learn new things. My personal opinion? I think we just get lazy.


In your middle age, I think your brain says to your body: "I think we are all good, dude. We have learned everything we are going to learn". Of course, I do not need to tell you that this is as farther from the truth as any adage can get.



In fact, we are supposed to be at our highest levels of productivity after our thirties and into our forties. That is if we remain vigilant and become ferocious seekers of new information, new ideas, and so on.


A Dramatic seachange

The explosion and seemingly fast mainstreaming of blockchain technology, crypto, and all things "Web3" is not unlike the dawn of the internet in the 90s or the dramatic shift to "mobile" that happened in the early 2000s.


There are so many dimensions to each advancement in technology that we, as a species, make.


For one, there are always those who acquire untold riches from said shift. These individuals and the institutions they run often become the guardians of some of the main tools of our evolution.


No, one can argue that firms like Facebook and Google do not own the internet today. And by that I mean, they own our conveniences, our conversations, our health records, our access to information - our lives.


Web 3.0 and beyond.

As we all move to align ourselves with the inevitable shift to blockchain technology, digital currencies, and all things Web3, it is important to take note of the tools that seek to orchestrate, guide, and define our transition to this new way of life.


And I know the shift is coming because even some of my most overall skeptical friends have Metamask wallets and/or Coinbase accounts. I see you, Krista.


What is Nano?

Nano is one of those tools meant to help ordinary folks discover some of the companies charting the course for our journey to the other side of the internet.



There are many upstarts like Crypterium, Homerun, and others that are, as we speak, working to bridge that gap between how we live our lives now and the new tech tools that are springing up as a result of web3.


The "learn and earn" approach

The platform seeks to not only present viable ideas in blockchain technology, crypto, and so on to users but to also help users traverse the learning curve that exists when approaching anything new.


The platform helps users understand the basic principles of the crypto space while rewarding users with free tokens as incentives to want to learn more about the space.



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