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The being anonymous challenge

Another gathering on the topic of Web3.0, privacy and the upcoming PoS Ethereum change.

Main ideas and topics were about privacy.

Web2.0 gave connectivity, which enabled monitoring and tracking.

Web3.0 could give more privacy to the people who choose to embody it.

In the spirit of the meeting, the picture is very nerdy and you can’t tell who was one of the participants 😉

One interesting topic I had was about how do you invest or support a project you have no idea who are the founders behind it.

For some people it was okay, but for me it is still a paradigm shift to look at projects where the authors choose to be anonymous.

How about you? Would you trust an amazing project which you have no idea who is the team behind it?

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