yup this was beginning to unfold last night after hanging out with @euwyn and @hongkim__ at the nouns event

[BREAKING NEWS] Heavy rain causes flooding, power outages in Seoul. (Photos courtesy of readers)

gm from seoul ☀️ leveled my purple decagon to 30 last night right after landing @0xDecaArt @kGolid

brian cho ⌐◨-◨ @brianjcho Replying to @brianjcho

@solana @0xPolygon integrations are also game changers for all nft enjoyoors can finally add my players from @vbagame and stable from @DerbyStars_HQ

https://www.deca.art/brianjcho/gallery

on my way to korea blockchain week 🫡 fun fact: immigrated to the states in 94 and never looked back. First time back in over four years!

So excited to work as a core contributor with this group on @nounsesports

We’re happy to announce that @NounsDAO Proposal #119 – Nouns Esports Pod has passed ✅

We’ve now raised an additional 369 ETH (𝐨𝐯𝐞𝐫 𝟔𝟎𝟎𝐤 𝐔𝐒𝐃) for future esports activities.

What does this mean for US and what does it mean for YOU (yes, you!)? Read below⬇️

Moonbirds going CC0 just means the team has to spend less time finding and fighting groups trying to infringe on their copyrights and IP. If they are relying on random outsiders to build core value for their IP and community that would be a concern.

jason yeh @jasonoliver Replying to @jasonoliver

To be clear I’m just as disappointed as the rest of you that it will be much harder to make Moonbirds #3417 hot sauce

The reality is that being or not being CC0 won’t be the thing that creates value. Any product or brand that has ever launched in China is effectively CC0 whether they want to be or not. But you need to build quality experiences people keep coming back to in order to create value.

I’m all for CC0 summer —

more interested in the actual and practical use-cases for it especially for more centralized projects.

I’m all for CC0 summer — more interested in the actual and practical use-cases for it especially for more centralized projects.

brian cho ⌐◨-◨ @brianjcho Replying to @brianjcho

ie do you get the full benefit of being CC0 as a VC backed centralized project?

brian cho ⌐◨-◨ @brianjcho Replying to @brianjcho

My current take on cc0 is best suited for certain type of IPs that works best with native composability (nouns, loot, etc) but won’t be effective for centralized IPs where community composability wasn’t the intent and would actually hamper the creative process (marvel)

Had a lot of fun hosting the @GoldHouseCo web3 Salon here in LA. We had a great group of builders and community leaders together to discuss how to make web3 more accessible and meaningful in the creative industries. Thanks again @BingChen and GH team for helping to organize.

former riot/blizzard game devs building on-chain games looking to expand the core team *project still in stealth 👇

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Tricked @brianjcho into starting a clothing label with me

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In my hardcore fantasy baseball NL only dynasty keeper auction league, Austin Riley was one of my very first reserve draft picks right after he was drafted by Atlanta. I feel so proud to see him develop into the perennial MVP candidate he has grown into!

https://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/34329986/atlanta-braves-extend-austin-riley-massive-contract

CC0 is what makes NFTs x100 more exciting than any existing virtual items/assets (and even NFTs locked under licenses) Expect to see more projects and artists move towards progressive decentralization.

… so I’m going to go ‘all in’ and apply CC0 all my existing art ✨

NFT areas where im spending personal & work time going deep: • generative art • @nounsdao • decentralized on-chain games • centralized nft-enabled games • cc0 & public goods • esports monetization & fandom • dynamic nfts with increasing utility what else is exciting?

🤝 love this group and working with them to bring prop 119 and the esports pod to light

proud to be a core contributor on this @nounsdao prop 119 along with some ⌐◨-◨ legends

First ever Patron LA Gaming Founders Dinner in the books. Huge thanks to @firstrepublic for sponsoring an epic dinner at Mother Wolf. Always inspiring to catch up live with former Riot colleagues & Patron founders/LPs responsible for @LeagueOfLegends @PlayVALORANT and @arcaneshow

proud to be a core contributor on this @nounsdao prop 119 along with some ⌐◨-◨ legends

2.5% take on $2.5b ($62.5m) of secondary is no joke And that’s not accounting for the 10% primary sales

Art Blocks has amassed over $2.5 billion in secondary sales

Not understanding the platform could be the biggest mistake you make this year

Here’s everything you need to know about Art Blocks:

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If NFTs are going to be the building blocks on which future online communities and experiences are built, we also need to move away from the idea that the primary objective for an NFT is to increase in value and sell

Hot take:

The <10k supply model for NFTs is holding us back —

forcing users to focus on the wrong things like the floor price and promise of utility to maintain the said floor

we need to focus on increasing participation if we ever hope to achieve mainstream adoption

Hot take: The <10k supply model for NFTs is holding us back — forcing users to focus on the wrong things like the floor price and promise of utility to maintain the said floor we need to focus on increasing participation if we ever hope to achieve mainstream adoption