You’ll notice how the description of the coding exercise involves “grading”, but not “feedback”. If your coding exercise fails to meet the grade, what happens next? How many hours is an inexperienced programmer expected to spend sending in exercises with no response to dozens of big companies?
… a smooth onboarding experience and then providing the tools for developers to easily implement it. Open sourcing a tool is no longer good enough; we need to educate to drive adoption. One single tool will never be the full answer either; we need to provide optionality to the user a…
Inspired by projects like MetaTx and Universal Logins, Open Proofs is designed so any project can craft digitally scarce badges without the need to install MetaMask, buy ETH, and deploy smart contracts. Creators will just need to pay enough to cover gas costs. Open Proofs will use meta-txs so users retain custody of the badge up the entire time throughout the minting process.
Cryptocurrencies are a double-edged sword — they solve for liquidity and transfer of value but lack the binary nature of belonging to a network. When users are rewarded with a fungible tokens for contributing to a network — they look to liquidate to realize profits.
The reason is that like information systems before the web, they underfit the potential of information systems. We didn’t have Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Wikipedia, Medium, etc because they couldn’t fit into the channels that were available. We could build substantially more granular information systems, making them fit more for specific niches and needs. The modern corporation, as great as it was, only allowed us access to certain kinds of coordination systems.