This week I started asking questions about Web 3.0.
(There’s nothing on this newsletter about Web 3.0, but I think it’s something that everyone should at least understand, and that’s why I bring it up.)
Unfortunately, my questions led to more questions, and I left with a single clear answer: we are still figuring things out. It’s very early, and the hype around Web 3.0 is mainly supported by optimism and wishful thinking.
This is not a bad thing, but it’s a turnoff for many people. Excessive hype has never been a welcome precursor of anything that matters. We’ll need to wait and see where this goes.
My advice is to get involved. Read about this. Ask questions. Progress is inevitable, so better use our voices to shape it.