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October 19, 2021 • 1 m read

Introducing AskMirror: Search and Discovery for Mirror

Mirror is democratizing the future of publishing. In fact, some of the best writing in the world is posted here. Yet one crucial aspect is missing from the Mirror experience: search and discovery. Finding content does not need to look like this: Today, we are launching AskMirror -- an advanced search and discovery site for the platform. We built this to enrich your web3 experience and give you a place to find, read, and follow what you love. AskMirror uses machine learning to tag and classify articles, making it ridiculously easy to discover content that inspires you. Search for articles, publications, and writers. Mirror was built in large part by its community, so we’d love to hear your suggestions and feedback. What would make your experience on Mirror, and web3, absolutely epic? Check out AskMirror at askmirror.xyz AskMirror was built by sepana.io The decentralized web is the new Internet. From Bitcoin to NFTs, DeSo to the metaverse, the revolution is upon us. But an internet is only as good as its search.So why does navigating web3 today feel like you’re using the search engines of the 90s? Search today is siloed and confusing. This is why Sepana has taken on the challenge of radically improving search and discovery for web3. We believe that a simple, powerful, and intuitive search is critical for unleashing the full promise of the decentralized web. In addition to AskMirror, we recently launched cloutavista.com, an advanced search experience for BitClout, and the DeSo protocol. Cloutavista is the embedded search engine for BitClout.com, Diamondapp, and other DeSo projects. We're looking for fellow adventurers, curious minds, and passionate tinkerers to help build a better way to navigate web3. Ping me at daniel@sepana.io if you're interested in joining the journey.

Daniel Keyes

0xB833

January 24, 2022 • 3 m read

On Covid

Two years ago this weekend, the Gotham Gal and I were in Park City at the annual Sundance Film Festival with another couple we have been great friends with for thirty years. On Monday morning we came down to breakfast and our friends announced they were flying back to NYC a few days early. Our friend Phil has been trading the financial markets for as long as we’ve known him and he knew, about a month before most of us, that something big was going to happen and he wanted to get prepared for it. That’s when it first hit me that we were in for something big. The financial markets tend to see things a bit ahead of us. If you look at the financial markets now, as I wrote two weeks ago, what we see is the unwinding of the Covid trade. Companies like Zoom and Peloton have seen their stocks come way down. Fiscal and monetary policies around the world that kept people fed and housed for the last two years are being unwound. And the financial markets are reacting as one would expect. Stocks are down. All risk assets are down a lot. This is the “tell” that Covid, as we have known it, is coming to an end in many parts of the world. There are three primary reasons why Covid, as we have known it, is coming to an end in the wealthier parts of the world. First, we have less severe variants now. Second, most people in the developed world who want to be vaccinated have been vaccinated, many multiple times. And third, we have antivirals that can protect those who get very sick. One of the first wake-up calls I got early in the pandemic was a blog post I read called “The Hammer And The Dance” that was written by Tomas Pueyo on March 19th, 2020. In that post, he described the series of lockdowns and other drastic measures that we would all go through over the last two years in order to attempt to protect vulnerable populations and the medical system from a virus that would otherwise wreak havoc on the world. He was prescient and accurate. About a week ago Tomas wrote a Twitter thread explaining that we are now in the midst of the end of the pandemic. You can read it here. This tweet particularly rang true to me: They need to realize the risk has now changed. They need to unlearn many of the behaviors they've learned in the last 2 years. > Maybe in a month it will be time to see people, dine in restaurants, go watch a movie. Enjoy life. Again. pic.twitter.com/Z3VJRC44RM > — Tomas Pueyo (@tomaspueyo) January 17, 2022 We all have been through a crazy, trying, stressful, and dangerous two years. Many of us have what Tomas calls PCSD, including our governments. And we all need to “unlearn many of the behaviors we’ve learned in the last two years”, particularly our governments. But I am not one to criticize our governments too much. Almost 6mm people have died because of Covid around the world in the last two years. The death toll in the US is approaching 1mm people. If our governments had not done “The Hammer and the Dance”, those numbers would be massively higher. The death toll from the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918-1920 was between 20mm and 50mm around the world. We can all find faults with the way our governments handled Covid, but I think it was largely a job well done. In the US, the Trump administration prioritized vaccines with Operation Warp Speed which was a massive success. The Biden administration prioritized getting those vaccines distributed broadly and prioritized the most vulnerable populations. In NYS and NYC, vaccine mandates helped to get over 95% of NYers vaccinated and almost 75% “fully vaccinated“. And yet, most Americans find fault with our government’s response. Trump lost his re-election bid at least in part because of Covid. And Biden is facing massive unpopularity, also at least in part because of Covid. We have people who oppose vaccination and masks. We have people who believe that everyone should be required to be vaccinated and masked. Nobody can agree on anything and everyone is angry. It is time to stop obsessing about Covid. It is time to stop politicizing Covid. It is time to stop tweeting about Covid. It is time to stop reading about Covid. It is time to start healing and it is time to start moving on. We can live with Covid and most of us will. The current death rate of Covid in the US is about what a bad flu season would be. We have vaccines if you want them. We will have anti-virals if you need them. We should take a lesson from many Asian countries and mask up if we are feeling sick from now on. And you can wear masks if you are uncomfortable on the plane or the subway. We’ve normalized mask-wearing in the US now and that is a good thing. We’ve got other pressing matters to deal with. We have a warming planet that desperately needs our attention. We have economic challenges that need our attention. We have gun violence in our cities. We have other health care challenges to tackle. Covid was terrible, we are scarred from it, but we cannot let it divide us and we cannot let it drive us crazy. There are more important things facing us and let’s go deal with them now.

AVC

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0xB833

Jan 24 • 3 m read

On Covid

Two years ago this weekend, the Gotham Gal and I were in Park City at the annual Sundance Film Festival with another couple we have been great friends with for thirty years. On Monday morning we came down to breakfast and our friends announced they were flying back to NYC a few days early. Our friend Phil has been trading the financial markets for as long as we’ve known him and he knew, about a month before most of us, that something big was going to happen and he wanted to get prepared for it. That’s when it first hit me that we were in for something big. The financial markets tend to see things a bit ahead of us. If you look at the financial markets now, as I wrote two weeks ago, what we see is the unwinding of the Covid trade. Companies like Zoom and Peloton have seen their stocks come way down. Fiscal and monetary policies around the world that kept people fed and housed for the last two years are being unwound. And the financial markets are reacting as one would expect. Stocks are down. All risk assets are down a lot. This is the “tell” that Covid, as we have known it, is coming to an end in many parts of the world. There are three primary reasons why Covid, as we have known it, is coming to an end in the wealthier parts of the world. First, we have less severe variants now. Second, most people in the developed world who want to be vaccinated have been vaccinated, many multiple times. And third, we have antivirals that can protect those who get very sick. One of the first wake-up calls I got early in the pandemic was a blog post I read called “The Hammer And The Dance” that was written by Tomas Pueyo on March 19th, 2000. In that post, he described the series of lockdowns and other drastic measures that we would all go through over the last two years in order to attempt to protect vulnerable populations and the medical system from a virus that would otherwise wreak havoc on the world. He was prescient and accurate. About a week ago Tomas wrote a Twitter thread explaining that we are now in the midst of the end of the pandemic. You can read it here. This tweet particularly rang true to me: They need to realize the risk has now changed. They need to unlearn many of the behaviors they've learned in the last 2 years. > Maybe in a month it will be time to see people, dine in restaurants, go watch a movie. Enjoy life. Again. pic.twitter.com/Z3VJRC44RM > — Tomas Pueyo (@tomaspueyo) January 17, 2022 We all have been through a crazy, trying, stressful, and dangerous two years. Many of us have what Tomas calls PCSD, including our governments. And we all need to “unlearn many of the behaviors we’ve learned in the last two years”, particularly our governments. But I am not one to criticize our governments too much. Almost 6mm people have died because of Covid around the world in the last two years. The death toll in the US is approaching 1mm people. If our governments had not done “The Hammer and the Dance”, those numbers would be massively higher. The death toll from the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918-1920 was between 20mm and 50mm around the world. We can all find faults with the way our governments handled Covid, but I think it was largely a job well done. In the US, the Trump administration prioritized vaccines with Operation Warp Speed which was a massive success. The Biden administration prioritized getting those vaccines distributed broadly and prioritized the most vulnerable populations. In NYS and NYC, vaccine mandates helped to get over 95% of NYers vaccinated and almost 75% “fully vaccinated“. And yet, most Americans find fault with our government’s response. Trump lost his re-election bid at least in part because of Covid. And Biden is facing massive unpopularity, also at least in part because of Covid. We have people who oppose vaccination and masks. We have people who believe that everyone should be required to be vaccinated and masked. Nobody can agree on anything and everyone is angry. It is time to stop obsessing about Covid. It is time to stop politicizing Covid. It is time to stop tweeting about Covid. It is time to stop reading about Covid. It is time to start healing and it is time to start moving on. We can live with Covid and most of us will. The current death rate of Covid in the US is about what a bad flu season would be. We have vaccines if you want them. We will have anti-virals if you need them. We should take a lesson from many Asian countries and mask up if we are feeling sick from now on. And you can wear masks if you are uncomfortable on the plane or the subway. We’ve normalized mask-wearing in the US now and that is a good thing. We’ve got other pressing matters to deal with. We have a warming planet that desperately needs our attention. We have economic challenges that need our attention. We have gun violence in our cities. We have other health care challenges to tackle. Covid was terrible, we are scarred from it, but we cannot let it divide us and we cannot let it drive us crazy. There are more important things facing us and let’s go deal with them now.

AVC

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0xD478

Jan 19 • 3 m read

Getting a job?

I NEED A JOB’s party bid is really close to filling. It’s only 0.9ETH away. https://partybid.app/party/0xd674Ef8bD098b7C4F791d65cc7A679f3ac5855D0 I minted it in late October (OG mirror post here). Since then a lot has happened. Seems like a good time to share some thoughts about I NEED A JOB, and the past few months. So to start - a DAO formed inspired by I NEED A JOB! JobDAO.  I did not create JobDAO. In fact I had no idea that JobDAO would exist until I got tagged in a tweet announcing they were forming around collecting my piece. This is an honor - it feels like ya’ll really get the piece and I feel validated that this was something worth expressing. https://twitter.com/JobDAO/status/1476241249334087681?s=20 My whole life I’ve felt like one of my primary jobs is to bundle big emotions into accessible expressions - for my family, friends, workplaces, and communities. I’ve spent as much time as possible working to be excellent at that job - and the result is that I am broke. Even now as I type this and until the party bid goes through I’m in survival mode. It’s confusing. I feel like I’m doing my job already and I know people in my communities appreciate and value it - but in the past I’ve found it difficult to receive compensation in a way that feels healthy. It’s a feeling I’ve lived with for a long time and I tried to capture that feeling with I NEED A JOB. When it came time to mint the NFT for I NEED A JOB I was really conflicted. It’s my first NFT. I don’t have a huge following. I don’t have a team or label or management at all. But I wanted to set a high floor. With this piece I felt like I was asking the universe to validate what I’m pouring all my energy into and I felt like I needed to set a bold price in order to do that. I didn’t want to play it safe but that was a hard decision to make. ‘Cause again - I’m broke. A quick sale and immediate resource has its appeal. Ultimately I went with what felt right artistically - to pose a question and let the answer come however it does. I knew either this would sell and I would have the opportunity to do the work I feel I’m meant for, or I would have to pick up more “real jobs” again. My life is currently teetering on the weight of that decision. But it’s looking good! JOB DAO formed. Ya’ll have all but filled this party bid. I feel no strings. I feel no speculation. Purely a “Yes. What you are making is necessary. It is worth it to all of us for you to have the space to make more.” This is exactly the type of validation/compensation that I have dreamed about and I’m grateful that I live in a world where this possibility exists. However, this past month has been the most difficult month of my life\\.\\ I watched the party bid climb from 2ETH to 4ETH on the same day that my partner and I sold our home (a travel trailer) because the fridge and heat broke and we couldn’t afford the fix. We put our life in the back of our truck and set a course from Oregon to Pennsylvania where our family lives. A few days later in Idaho our truck broke down on the highway. We watched the party bid climb to 5ETH the same day we learned the repairs would be too expensive and we no longer had a vehicle. We lived motel to motel, sold half of our belongings, and flew to PA as the party bid crested 6ETH. Now we are recovering from the Covid we picked up on the flight, lucky and grateful to have family that is willing to let us stay with them for a bit. And we watch the Party-Bid reach 8ETH. I’m not sharing this for sympathy. My experience has been defined by the choices I’ve made and the stubborn pursuit of what I feel my purpose is has led to these struggles. I think it’s relevant tho. I’m not the only person in a similar or worse situation, and this piece/moment in my life feels like a condensed expression of this struggle for the many passionate creative people trying to find work they can use their full capacity on. I think it’s well known the current system is not set up in a way that works well for a majority of creative people. I’d like to see a cultural shift and the fact that this party-bid could fill makes me feel like that shift is possible. The moment it goes through I’ll have space to breathe for a few months. I’ll have space to keep doing my job instead of having to survive day to day. I’ll have space to keep contributing to the communities I’m rooted in however I’m needed. I’ll have space to continue creating and sharing music. I’ll have proof that such a reality exists. And I’ll have the obligation to be excellent with the space I’m given - because that’s the job that I have asked for.

Will Juergens

willjuergens.mirror.xyz

0x7BCf

Jan 18 • 6 m read

Introducing Drips

An 💎 Ethereum protocol for generating 📮 recurring income with subscriptions and memberships What’s a Drip?💧 Drips is a new Ethereum protocol and social network that allows anyone to generate continuous income, without relying on bank accounts or extracting platforms. At its lowest level, Drips allows any Ethereum user to stream funds periodically to any other Ethereum user, while also enabling collecting from multiple streams with just a single transaction. In addition, within Drips, creators & developers can also issue and sell NFT memberships, potentially giving fans unique benefits in exchange for recurring financial support. Using the permissionless financial infrastructure of Ethereum, Drips memberships are represented by Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs). These memberships are available to anyone and can enable benefits across any application on the web that supports Ethereum (Discord, Telegram, Reddit, Snapshot, Radicle Upstream & many more). Fans can support and engage with their favorite creators and communities by purchasing memberships and/or by “dripping” funds to any address in the network in recurring configurable intervals. Finally, Drips puts redistribution at the center, allowing any Ethereum address to spread the love every time they get paid by specifying a percentage of their incoming funds to be automatically Dripped to other users. The recipient could be a charity, a software dependency, or another collective or creator that makes their work possible. We believe that splitting funds through Drips has the potential to become a new cultural norm and building block for a sustainable creative economy. Recurring Web3 Payments 💸 While most payments within crypto networks today are one-time payments, an increasing number of use cases require a recurring approach. For instance, many DAOs currently make monthly payments to regular contributors or for recurring infrastructure expenses through cumbersome and repetitive grant processes that are clearly not designed for periodic payments. Similarly, to take the perspective of developers and digital artists working in FOSS and crypto, most would prefer to receive stable, predictable income over the endless hustle of grant applications and NFT drops. Meanwhile, in the institutional world, many treasuries and DeFi protocols face technical challenges around trying to send recurring payments using tools that were designed for one-off transactions. At its most basic level, Drips is a foundational protocol that makes it easy for any user with an Ethereum address to send recurring payments to any other user. Setting up a recurring DAI payment to any Ethereum address or ENS name is straightforward and simple. To set up a Drip, first the sender adds funds (in DAI) from their own account into the DripsHub smart contract. Funds locked in DripsHub act as the user’s balance for making payments, and can always be withdrawn up until the point when they are spent. Once the sender has some funds in DripsHub, they can create a recurring payment – a “Drip”. All that’s needed is the Ethereum address (or the ENS name) of the recipient, as well as the amount of DAI to be sent each month. After the Drip is created, funds are sent continuously from the sender’s DripsHub balance to the recipient, and can be collected by the recipient at the end of each month. Drips are gas-optimized so that once a Drip is created, the payments will continue to flow automatically, without any additional gas fees or transaction costs, no matter how much time passes. The receiver just pays a single transaction fee when they’re ready to collect. Today, the Drips protocol allows users to make recurring payments in DAI, collectable monthly. But the Drips Team is already working on adding support for additional ERC-20 tokens and more flexible payment intervals without the need for wrapped tokens or 3rd parties. NFT Memberships for Your Community 🎟 In addition to recurring payments, Drips allows creators and developers to raise financial support from fans by issuing NFT-based memberships with unique benefits, effectively attaching an NFT to a recurring stream of funds. In Drips, we call these crowdfunding spaces Communities. To create a Community on Drips, the creator first sets a funding goal and specifies a minimum contribution which supporters must pay to become a member. The creator also decides whether memberships will be subscription-based, or based on a one-time payment. Once the Community is created, fans can purchase NFT memberships whenever they wish by using the Drips app, which interacts directly with an ERC-721 Ethereum contract which is owned and controlled by the creator. In addition to serving as badges of support, the NFT memberships also act like pre-paid cards which Drip funds automatically to the creator each month, and must continue to be funded by supporters to remain active. In exchange for support from their fans, creators can also offer unique benefits to the fans who have become members. Some examples of possible benefits include access to a private channel on the Community’s Discord server and participation in “soft” Community governance through polling on Snapshot. Many other kinds of benefits are also possible, and in principle, any kind of benefit that can be tied to NFT ownership can be offered by creators. Finally, the creator of the Community can choose to “spread the love” by splitting their incoming drips, which automatically pass along a percentage of funds received along to others in the ecosystem. Splitting Funds With Drips 💌 Drips means redistribution and splitting funds with Drips is one of the simplest and most powerful features of the protocol. Anyone with an Ethereum address (not only Communities as seen above) can set up Splits and automatically redistribute a portion of the funds they receive to others. A key aspect of Splits is that they can be set up at any time, regardless of whether a user has any funds coming in or not. Configuring your splits is a way to signal support for individuals and Communities in your ecosystem that you wish to support. And when you do eventually get paid, the ones you depend on will get paid too. We’ve put Splits front and center in the Drips application. Simply head to any user’s profile and click their “Drips Out” tab and you will be able to see who they are sharing funds with. In addition, because Splits are redirected automatically by the protocol and never hit the Splitter’s account, you don’t have to worry about having custody of funds and the complexities that can sometimes come with that. We believe that sharing funds through Splits has the potential to become a new cultural norm in crypto and a fundamental building block for solving difficult problems like the funding of public goods and promoting more redistributive crypto economics. Today, using Splits, users can easily donate to public goods like the Gitcoin Matching Pool Fund or the Giveth Platform and the Drips team is working hard to make contributions to public goods even simpler in the future. Finally, for developers looking to raise funds for software development using Drips, the Drips Team is working on a number of powerful future features – like allowing FOSS projects to automatically split funds to other open source projects they depend on simply by scanning their dependencies. There’s an active conversation within the Radicle community around these and other future features of Drips so if you have input or feedback, please get involved here. The Drips Protocol – Why We’re Excited Here are a few things that have us super excited about Drips: Protocols, Not Platforms – Using the Drips protocol for recurring funding doesn’t lock users into any one platform. Drips is 100% open source software built on open standards. Application-Agnostic – Drips is built on public Ethereum contracts and ordinary ERC-721 NFT membership badges. Users can interact with these components using whichever wallets and tools they prefer. We’ve created a web-based front end that’s available as a default, but users can just as easily create their own front end to interact with Drips, or even call the smart contracts directly from code. Trust-Minimized – Maintainers can set up projects on Drips without trusting companies, governments, or anyone else. Funds can never be embargoed and communications to supporters cannot be censored. Organizations like Wikileaks could raise funds using Drips if they wished. New Ways to Engage Your Community – Today, Drips Communities enable creators to offer unique benefits to members, like access to private Discord channels and polling through Snapshot spaces. But because membership badges are NFTs, we expect that many new benefits will become possible in the future as NFT-based tools continue to evolve. New Cultural Norms Around Giving - Most importantly, Drips was built with one idea in mind: “we need new cultural norms to support the people and projects we depend on”. Drips is a protocol and social network built with this idea at its center. Fans drip funds to their favorite creators, who further drip funds to the users and communities they depend on. Together they create a circular and redistributive funding ecosystem. Try It Out 💫 Head over to drips.network or follow @dripsnetwork and check out where teams like Solidity, Walletconnect, Gnosis-Safe, Gitcoin, R-group and more are dripping. When I drip, you drip, we drip 💧 NOTE: The current version of Drips is a beta release and the smart contracts have not yet been audited for security. In the worst case, it could be possible for users to lose funds if bugs or vulnerabilities are discovered.

Radicle

radicle.mirror.xyz

0xd35C

Jan 18 • 4 m read

Mirror Weekly Review #13

Key Word Web3 Debate Web3 has become a topic that cannot be avoided. When the focus is on an emerging thing, controversy ensues.We curated several articles on Mirror responding to moxie's impressions of Web3. Some are about reflecting, some arguing. Whether pointing out the limitations of Web3 or defending the openness and freedom of Web3, they are all interpretations of Web3 from a particular perspective. Before for or against various opinions, dear readers, please ask yourself why you are here. Articles NFT Music NFTs 101: an Artist-to-Artist guide:Music NFT is a way for musicians to seek financial independence. This article briefly introduces the basic knowledge of blockchain to artists new to it, while dispelling musicians' concerns about NFT damaging the environment and copyright issues, recommending some platforms for musicians to use. Thoughts on investing in NFTs in 2022:Recap of bull case of NFT in 2021 and cool down later. Long term bullish on NFT and recommend different investment strategies for different retail investors. The Worth of The Intangible:If you have ever doubted the value of NFT, this article may be for you. Compared to the physical products that you come across in your daily life, the author believes that the value of NFT is intangible and satisfying on a psychological level. Forget About the Price Tag: What i've Learned About Crypto & NFTs So Far:On one hand, there’re high quality, awesome NFTs and it will profoundly change the music industry. On the other hand, the environmental impact of Ethereum makes the writer disappointed. Web3 3 Key Considerations for Web 3.0 Marketing:Web 3.0 is a small, but growing, global market who’s user base has varied technological proficiency and the space is perceived as a high security risk. When doing marketing you should consider these features. Cryptocurrencies and Job Creation - The Promise and Obligations of "Web3":Crypto only becomes mainstream when we start providing meaningful, reliable jobs to the average person out there. Reflections on "Web3":The point being made by Web3 folk - or the point that should be made, at least - isn’t that better technology is inevitable, nor that it’s here already, but rather that it’s necessary, however difficult. Some Thoughts on the State of Web3 in Response to Moxie:The authors first cite some of Moxie's criticisms of Web3, against which the authors argue that there are already projects that are making attempts at decentralized solutions, and it is clear that the authors are more optimistic about Web3. Web3 is not a technology for users, it's a technology for builders:We’re still building software to be used by other softwares. Very few softwares built for users specifically. Fem3: Thoughts from a Woman and Contributor in Web3:Sound of Web3 female。 DAO What is a DAO?:On DAO’s definition, comparison with traditional organisations. DAOs: Organized Different:Talking from corporations to online communities, while the best coordination model turned out to be DAO, combining the fast decisions of corporations and the innovation of online communities. DAO governance models - 101:Use ConstitutionDAO、ENS、FWB and Juicebox as cases to study the governance of a DAO. Projects Genesis Writers Program:Joining the Genesis Writers Program to earn $PUB tokens. Arming Part-Time Contributors in Web3:Layer3 calls Web3 part-time contributors as middle class. They don’t work full time in a specific project but play multi roles in different communities. SuperRare Spaces: the Future of Community Curation:SuperRare Spaces are used to promote, release, and curate newly commissioned artworks. Introducing Tribute Labs:OpenLaw is rebranding to Tribute Labs to focus on building tooling and supporting DAOs. Developers Smart Contracts & Solidity Fundamentals: Basic guide on smart contracts and solidity language. Suitable for beginners. Automating Blockchain Transactions:Use Web3.py, Ganache and Streamlit to initiate a transaction and display the result. Getting Started with Forge:Introduce Forge, a fast and flexible testing framework, also part of Foundry toolkit. Education & Tutorial Punks for Printers:A father made a printable cryptopunk for his son’s birthday using Python, Tensorflow and Keras. Understanding Zero-Knowledge Proofs in 15 Mins through SNARK and STARK:An explanation of SNARK and STARK with plenty of Mathematical formulas. Thoughts Governance tokens, and the art of doing more with less:Propose some token standards for better governance such as Non-Transferrable Tokens, Non-Approvable Tokens and Centralized-Transfer Tokens. Rug Pulls: A problem statement:Listed many NFTs rug pulls and talked about how to avoid it by a certification by a centralized platform such as Opensea. If I Ever F\\\* Up; Treat Me Like Cooper Turley:Besides twitter, Cooper was also mentioned by Jhamar on Mirror for his inappropriate words on racialism. Experiences Why I purchased a “Fake” CryptoPunk for $4000:Buying phunk is a statement against centralization. 45 days in Web3:Although the title is about Web3, the author's activity is mainly in the NFT field. In just 45 days of his official entry into NFT, the author has invested in several of his favourite NFTs and talked with the creators on Twitter Space. 4 Lessons From A Crypto Millionaire That Helped Me 4x My Crypto Gaming Portfolio (And How You Can Too):How to make money in crypto? Choose the right time to trade and buy the narrative because fundamentals barely exist. Wagmi Fallacy:List 51 tips to stay in Web3 with ironical stylel. Curator:Stella-s#4484 Writers KYMXÅ:A writer foucsing on sound economy. Intel Chen:A crypto researcher. Community Projects Discover and follow writers on Mirror.   A reading client for Mirror with a beautiful UI   Search content on Mirror   Fetch all articles on Mirror, ordered by date Curate articles on Mirror Fetch registered writers articles. Curate articles on Mirror weekly and support subscription. About US As one Sub DAO of RhizomeDAO, MC DAO is dedicated to selecting, reviewing and spreading high-quality content and creators on mirror.xyz, helping readers to quickly understand the exciting views of creators on Mirror and introducing web3 to more users. To get daily updates you can subscribe our Telegram channel. Credits Thanks @cryptodesigner.eth for designing the featured image.

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