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In 1966, Cedric Price used this formulation to ask what technological progress means for architecture. Decades later, with blockchain on the cusp of its Gutenberg moment, this is still a fruitful line of inquiry.
Building Web3 brings together primer movers in the venture capital industry for a series of talks that brings their unique perspectives on how Web3 may impact financial institutions, social media, gaming/metaverse, governance, and much more.
Financial institutions are warming up to the idea of cryptocurrencies as a new asset class. But blockchain technology promises to transform more than just portfolio allocations. The Cambrian explosion in decentralized finance applications is offering an early glimpse of what’s possible. Tune into this round table to learn what institutional investors see in Web3.
Every wave of technological change brings with it a new set of values and assumptions about how the world should work. The public debate around Web3 and scrutiny of its promises is in itself a necessary step toward mainstream adoption. Which of the criticisms merit attention and which ones miss the target? How will the decentralization ethos shape deployment? In this panel, VC heavyweights will share insights from their courtside vantage on the next iteration of the Internet.
From coin-operated arcade machines and home consoles to free-to-play smartphone titles and metaverse, video games have seen a dizzying evolution during their relatively brief lifespan as a cultural medium. Games are a product of close coupling between technology, commercial necessities and aesthetics, and no part of that equation will be left untouched by Web3. Get ready Player One, we’re about to snow crash into the diamond age.