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No industry’s immune to the effects of a bear market, and Web3 creators must adapt to weather the evolving economic conditions.
Creators of Web3 projects should understand that many users are coming in with Web2-influenced expectations.
As part of an untraditional industry, crypto companies may need untraditional strategies to build loyal, talented teams.
In July 2022, the Law Commission of England and Wales published a set of proposals aimed at protecting purchasers of digital assets like nonfungible tokens and cryptocurrencies. Citing the rapid growth in ownership and trading of NFTs and cryptocurrencies, the commission worked with legal experts, technologists and crypto users to develop a set of recommendations that includes the creation of a new, unique category of personal property for digital assets and clarifications to existing laws around ownership, control and transfer of digital assets. The goal, the commission says, is to “deliver wider recognition and legal protections for digital assets, allowing a more diverse range of people, groups and companies to interact online and benefit from them.”
Web3 companies searching for data analysts may need to rethink traditional hiring channels and strategies.
Blockchain technology is about much more than cryptocurrency; its current and potential uses could permanently transform multiple industries.
Building momentum in a crypto marketing role can only come through a deep understanding of the space.
Pioneering a new way of doing business always comes with both risks and rewards, and adopting crypto payments is no different.
To fully realize the potential of blockchain technology, it’s important to understand possible limitations — and how to address them.
Crypto’s tools and methods can improve many business functions, from tightening transactions to building a loyal community.
While minimal tech expertise is a common stumbling block, it’s not the only issue making new investors wary of crypto.Even though the crypto industry doesn’t lack high-profile supporters, entrepreneurs may still be reluctant to enter the space. The central role of technology may be the primary barrier, but it’s not the only one, and the industry is unlikely to see the level of growth its potential justifies unless these barriers are addressed.It’s essential for current crypto leaders to play a role in breaking down the barriers keeping newcomers at bay. Here, 12 members of Cointelegraph Innovation Circle discuss the obstacles they see keeping new entrepreneurs out and how they can be addressed.
When seeking new connections in crypto, it’s wise to watch for enthusiasm and energy as well as experience. Crypto is a fresh and exciting industry, but its relative newness can make it a challenge to build an extended network. Finding people with significant (or any) experience in crypto isn’t the only important criterion. To grow the space and see it reach its full potential, crypto pioneers need a holistic vision of the industry’s possibilities.Many of the qualities that make for a great potential connection in any industry apply in crypto, too, but it’s when those qualities come with a genuine passion for the space that real progress can happen. Below, 12 members of Cointelegraph Innovation Circle share the qualities they’re searching for when expanding their crypto network.
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