People told me before Personal Computer could not do something like their mini-computers.
People told me before Internet could not transport information like their Client / Server network.
People told me before Cloud Computing could not be as secure as their own data centers.
People told me before NoSQL or DLT could not manage data like their own RDBMS.
They didn’t tell me though, they actually needed new technologies to solve new problems.
I’ve had many clients and friends ask me lately about the steps (or tricks) to run a successful NFT project. I don’t have a solid answer as I’m also still learning. However, as of now, I can think of three important factors :
Community, Community, Community.
So lucky that I minted another Cheung Ka Long (2021 Olympic Gold Medalist in foil fencing) #NFT with @Gold4HK – a very good community.
My website was selected as the Best Personal Website of the Month, by the local Internet Services Provider …
… 25 years back.
You know what, it took me a long time to explain what was …
Acoustic coupler modem Personal Computer Relational Database Object Oriented Programming Internet and Website Public Key Infrastructure Cloud computing Blockchain Web3 …
Guess I did a poor job in explaining these technologies as not many were convinced.
Still … I’m a big believer of “The greatest ignorance is to reject something you know nothing about.”
The day you know passphrase is more secure than password.
Someone : “What’s the WiFi password?”
Bartender : “You need to buy a drink first.”
Someone : “Okay, I’ll have a coke.”
Bartender : “Is 7-Up okay?”
Someone : “Sure. How much is that?”
Bartender : “$28.”
Someone : “There you go, keep the change. So what’s the WiFi password?”
Bartender : “You need to buy a drink first. No spaces, all lowercase.”