Web 3 isn't a fad. It's the future and we only want to work with founders who are in it for the long haul. There are a few steps you need to consider, but don't worry we can help you every step of the way.
Contracts are just the start of any Web 3 project. Engineering will be required for any future implementation of new features and/or web 2 integration. We can help.
Advisors are good. We recommend getting some people on a board who you trust from various backgrounds and expertise.
Once your contracts are complete, they need to be audited by a reputable 3rd party team. This is another expense. But the cheapest solution compared to the alternative. If you have been in web 3 as long as we have then you will have seen your fair share of horror stories as well.
We recommend talking to both an accountant and a lawyer prior to minting anything. We can help with this too.
Web1 focused on open, decentralised, and community-governed protocols. The pioneers who operated on the edges of the network — both users and builders —reaped the majority of the value.
Web2 was all about centralised, segregated services provided by mega corps. This small number of businesses, including Facebook, Google, Apple, and Amazon, reaped the majority of the value.
Web3 is the internet owned by the builders and users built on a massive computer that is owned by no one.