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Crypto exchanges must take the initiative in addressing regulators’ and investors’ concerns about liquidity.
NFTs have democratized access to the art world in unprecedented ways, unlocking new opportunities for artists who might otherwise not have been able to make a living from their passions.
Due diligence when vetting crypto and blockchain companies comprises considering both traditional business factors and unique imperatives.
Before reaching out to a potential banking partner, it’s wise to know both what they can offer and what they’ll expect.
Proper vetting of potential Web3 partners includes looking both at traditional business fundamentals and industry-specific USPs.
Staking protocols are subject to evolving and varying regulations, so be prepared to monitor and meet new legal requirements.
A bear market may not be the best of times for a crypto startup, but it’s not an insurmountable barrier, either.
The series of collapses of CeFi platforms have weeded out bad actors and unsound business models.
Balancing cost-cutting efforts with smart efficiency strategies can help crypto companies weather current macroeconomic conditions.
There are multiple strategies to help crypto ecosystems create a welcoming environment for developers.
NFTs are a new asset powered by a new technology, so regulators will need to craft all-new solutions.
Attracting Web3 businesses will take a blend of traditional strategies and a commitment to helping the industry develop a firm foundation.
Like every market cycle, this crypto winter will eventually end.
Leveraging the right blend of marketing strategies can not only raise a Web3 brand’s profile but also earn users’ trust.
The crypto and blockchain industry grew up with Twitter, and the platform remains a vital networking tool.
To persuade TradFi firms and Web2 users to think outside the box, Web3 pioneers first have to do so themselves.
In a time when VC funding is hard to come by, crypto companies seeking to attract investors must focus on value, not hype.
2022 was quite the year for crypto. It saw incredible innovation and greater adoption. This progress was accompanied by some major growing pains, including major hacks and scams amid an overall bear market.
The crypto industry isn’t unique in facing a developer shortage, but it can develop some unique solutions to the problem.
The crypto industry would be wise to learn from and adopt the proven principles and processes TradFi relies on to protect consumers.
Full transparency around transactions, projects and technologies is the only way crypto can grow as an industry.
For effective, consistent results, enhancing the security of bridge protocols must begin with smart practices by developers.
Changing negative perceptions of the crypto industry entails a combination of education and consistent, smart SOPs.
While rising interest rates can entail increased risk for the crypto industry, they may also bring new opportunities.
There have been too many hacks involving losses in the hundreds of millions of dollars due to design failures and a lack of robust security standards.
Pastel Network is a fully decentralized, developer-friendly layer-1 blockchain serving as the preeminent protocol standard for non-fungible tokens ("NFTs") and Web3 technology. Pastel infrastructure enables existing layer-1 blockchains, decentralized applications, or third-party enterprises to protect creators and collectors. From digital collectibles & media to documents & applications, users and developers are able to certify asset rareness and truly store data forever. Lightweight protocols delivered by interoperable open APIs such as Sense and Cascade can be easily integrated across existing networks. A wide range of Web3 applications can be built directly on the Pastel Network, enabling developers to enjoy the scalable registration features, storage processes, and security of the broader ecosystem.