For many people, it's still not clear what web3 is. But in reality, the list of existing and flourishing web3 projects is already extensive. Apps and protocols like Polygon, Harmony, or Axie Infinity attract not only enthusiasts, but also people who are joining web3 for the very first time. If you're interested but not yet convinced about the value of web3, take a look at this list which includes some of the most exciting web3 projects out there.
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When Ethereum followed Bitcoin, we were all amazed by its incredible capabilities. Everything was possible and the internet of money was within arms reach. However, once we started to build, Ethereum shortcomings became evident - high gas costs, slow transaction speeds and lack of scalability threatened to stall the web3 movement. This post will be the first one in the Scaling series - where we discuss opportunities presented by different Layer 2 solutions or gas optimised sidechains.
This time, the spotlight is on Polygon, formerly known as Matic Network.
When talking about cryptocurrencies, the things that immediately come to mind are crypto wallets, exchanges and direct conversions of fiat <> crypto. Crypto is only a direct investment mechanism, though: it can be used to purchase stuff, and many game developers are using cryptocurrencies for their in-game mechanics.