So, you heard the words “Web 3.0,” and you didn’t even know there was a Web 2.0. Or you mentioned that term to someone else, and they acted like you just referenced particle physics. That’s a more common reaction than you’d think. And, in a way, an apt comparison. Modern tech jargon is notoriously complex, with a lot of terms that relate to other terms that need untangling.
In terms of decentralization, we’re at an interesting point in the world of crypto. This isn’t a sweeping thought—nor does it apply in a lot of cases, but in my research for The Scam Logs, I noticed a trend. I noticed a unified piece of advice when it comes to avoiding pitfalls. The safest places to get NFTs, for instance, are well-established exchanges like OpenSea. The best-regarded wallets are ones like MetaMask. Essentially, trusted brands.
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