The Promise of Web 3Web 3.1 Is Over. Long Live Web 3.1

As we wrap the week that brought us the Unconference and Leadership Summit, what’s next?

As the Web 3.1 Leadership Summit and Unconference showed this week, there is a lot of work that needs to be done. A lot that only we can do, together. To expand the work on human and societal centric design in the systems underlying Web 3.0 as well as the interfaces through which non technical people use them.

A lot more refinement to DAO’s, more green solutions for transactions, more safety measures to protect citizens, more custodial systems to serve organizations, and more professionals to serve as Waymakers for those who come next.

In the coming weeks, we will be hosting an invite only Conclave I’m calling Beyond Web 3.1, in essence to serve as a DAO Exploration Conversation. Where we bring together Web 3 leaders, educators, evangelists, and entrepreneurs to build a new community to ensure humanity is always the point, in Web three point oh.

But today, I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who made it possible, most especially my co-host Tina Hui and co-producer Kristie Wells. And all the people who helped me to go on this journey, to learn and share the experience with everyone, and to convene these important conversations we had earlier this week.

Thank you Boris MannJennifer NavaretteScott Eggert, Nate, Howard, Leigh, Stacie, Sneha, Lucy, Smiley, Ivan, Vivek, Josh and everyone else.

For those of you who missed it, you can catch Bram Cohen’s opening keynote, in two parts on youtube when you get a chance over the next couple of days.

Next week we will share more about what is next, and how you might access some of the conference videos.


Thanks again Bram! Great insights, and important considerations truly aligned with our values.

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