Podcast Conversation: What's next in Web3? Tachyon Accelerator's MD Gabriel Anderson on early stage in NFTs, DeFi, & Crypto
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In this conversation, we chat with Gabriel Anderson – Managing Director at Tachyon, Head of Market Strategy & Business Intelligence at ConsenSys Labs. Former Head of VaynerMedia. Alum of Merrill Lynch.
More specifically, we touch on what Tachyon is, how it works, and who it’s for, the growth of crypto, and what needs to come next to allow the widespread adoption of crypto by mainstream society. Gabriel talks about the best projects he has seen so far that combine NFTs with other elements of DeFi and crypto, and what he’d like to see more of in the future.
We talk about the evolution of Web1.0 to Web 2.0 and finally Web3.0, and building and scaling communities in Web 3.0, and what makes them successful, along with the role of community managers. Gabriel shares some predictions about where the crypto space is headed.
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…the next piece in the stack with web3.0, crypto, cryptonomics is introducing internet money, native internet money. So, we went from these bland pages of information to these rich media and rich ecosystem experiences with web two. And now we're just layering in native internet money and money is just a mechanism, a means of transferring value and coordinating human beings. So, I mean, ultimately, I think where this is all going, and I don't know how down far into the rabbit hole we want to get here, but ultimately, we're going to enable all new coordination mechanisms because we'll have native internet incentive mechanisms. I think that's kind of where this is all going. So…