Getting approached by web3 startups, wanting to "collaborate", I usually go check out their websites, repos, whatever I can find. Y'know, to try and keep up with that hip shit.

I have honestly no idea what they do, concretely, it looks like they're selling something, but I can't tell what it is, their website has all sorts options for transferring this and trading that but, I'm not sure what the purpose of any of that stuff is-

@neauoire I've looked into these kinds of companies a bit lately and, in my experience, if you can't tell what they do, it means they either deal with (1) a very technologically complicated supposed solution to one of the many shortcomings of existing cryptocurrencies, (2) the creation of loans and/or complex financial instruments using a variant of one of the technologies I just mentioned (facepalm), and/or (3) some kind of thing to sell NFTs. Of course, most of these have little merit.

@neauoire @vladh every link i click brings me down a path filled with more names of things for which i have no clue what they mean or actually do XD "Start building on Fantom using Solidity and the tools you’re already familiar with: Remix, Truffle, and MetaMask."


@ritualdust @neauoire @vladh when i think "devine" i always think highly-scalable decentralised lending protocol built and powered by the Fantom Blockchain

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