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Matt Lockyer
Building Blockchain Solutions to Real World Problems - “The revolution will not be centralized”
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Matt Lockyer 27m
Replying to @creative_crypto
If they are crypto assets, they are "in a blockchain" database "on a blockchain" network somewhere. Otherwise, I would want my money back. NFTs are stupid right now anyway. Cryptokitties proved this with the Nifty Licenses which tells everyone explicitly they only own an integer.
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Matt Lockyer 58m
Replying to @creative_crypto
You need to provide context. WHAT are we trying to say is, "on the blockchain"? Online is fine. Crypto is fine. "I have crypto baseball cards", implying online and on a blockchain network as well.
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Matt Lockyer 1h
Two of my fav people talking about regulation yesterday!
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Trust Machine Nov 12
The rise of signifies more than just technological innovation. investigates the ways decentralized technology is already changing the world around us. Get your tickets to the premiere this Friday at !
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Ocean Protocol 7h
"It’s very simple: data is valuable. Currently no one values their data, and that creates perverse incentives for companies to farm users and rip them off." We're proud to announce CEO as advisor to Ocean!
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Robin Hanson 12h
20 years ago we understood computers & internet pretty well, and basic social science hasn't changed much since then. Yet we mostly failed to predict the rise of social media. So what exactly did we get wrong then; what exactly have we learned the we didn't know then?
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Matt Lockyer 12h
Replying to @AmeerRosic
Cool story bro 😉😏🤗
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Ameer Rosic 12h
The average life expectancy for a fiat currency is 27 years "Twenty percent failed through hyperinflation, 21% were destroyed by war, 12% destroyed by independence, 24% were monetarily reformed, and 23% are still in circulation approaching one of the other outcomes."
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Matt Lockyer 14h
Spotted a agnostic flower cart. swappable on "petal chain" using a "stem" based interop solution known as "branching". The network has active investors and Proof of Plant (PoP) stakers such as Fertile Freddy, Bobby Buds and Peter Pollen.
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Matt Lockyer 18h
Been hectic but free later man hit me up!
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Matt Lockyer 23h
Oh man how did I miss it? Great job! It's a solid review.
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Matt Lockyer 23h
early Venice coffee 😎
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Matt Lockyer 23h
I turned a FB ad into a scary thread 👇
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Matt Lockyer Nov 12
Great breakdown of the games space by Missing: and SkyWeaver
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Matt Lockyer Nov 12
Replying to @PhABCD @mattybchats
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Amanda Gutterman Nov 12
“No, I don’t think it is inevitable that blockchain succeeds. But I hope they do, because I think that would be a lot more fun than having a centralized overlord.” Thanks for the interview !
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Matt Lockyer Nov 12
Replying to @mattdlockyer
10/ I hope you found this interesting. Agree? Disagree? Comment. 🤔🤨🤗
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Matt Lockyer Nov 12
Replying to @facebook
9/ This is why electing the "eligible" content creators for their platform is scary. In the aforementioned Myanmar, FB is 80% of internet and sometimes called the internet. They are culturally handicapped wrt globalization.
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Matt Lockyer Nov 12
Replying to @Airbnb
8/ Disruption is another way of saying "cultural shift". Technology didn't make Airbnb possible, we already had Craigslist. Culture made it fashionable and acceptable. We were sold by VC backed marketing.
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Matt Lockyer Nov 12
Replying to @mattdlockyer
7/ Perceived value of goods and services is how margins and fortunes (or what my friends call alpha) is made.
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