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10 Reasons Why Your Business Needs a Web 3.0 Strategy to Succeed

March 1, 2023/

The world is moving towards a more decentralised, transparent, and secure internet, and businesses must keep up with these changes. Web 3.0, the decentralised web, promises to revolutionise how companies operate online. This article will explore ten reasons your business needs a Web 3.0 strategy to succeed. 1. Greater Decentralisation…

NFT’s are good sports!

October 18, 2022/

Sports NFTs are digital assets on the blockchain that are verifiably one-of-a-kind and can be used to represent digital cards, sporting events, digital memorabilia, and pretty much anything you can imagine. Sports NFTs give fans and savvy collectors a new way to interact with their favourite teams and athletes while…

678.8 Billion reasons to jump in…

October 13, 2022/

$678.8 Billion dollars, that is the magic number. The Metaverse market is projected to peak to that amazing figure by 2030, with 2022 already looking to exceed $42 Billion. They are fantastic numbers in anyones language, but what are some of the other trends that we are seeing in the…

Player Up!

September 5, 2022/

The metaverse is hugely impacting the sports industry, with an increasing focus on products and innovations from virtual reality, and augmented reality to NFTs and gaming.

NFT’s – an ultra simple snappy guide.

June 1, 2022/

NFT stands for non-fungible token. But before we press on, it’s important you understand the difference between fungible and non-fungible assets.  Money, oil, gold, realestate are fungible assets, meaning that they can be traded or exchanged for something else. Non-fungible assets are different because they have a unique code and…

What is web 3.0 and why its great

June 1, 2022/

Power to the people! A centralised web has helped billions of people jump into the huge infrastructure that it has created. But at the same time, a handful of corporate responsible for helping create the infrastructure also decide what can and can’t be allowed. Web 3.0 takes away this monopoly.…