It doesn’t matter how good your engineering team is if they are not given something worthwhile to build. Engineers do not thrive when given a meaningless list of features to build. They need to be included in the entire process – from planning, to product thinking, to implementation. You want your engineers to be collaborating and coming up with ideas. This is how you build a product minded org.
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It was only a matter of time until someone came around and starting minting tokens representing celebrities. I guess it does seem a little bit shady to be minting tokens representing someone without their permission, but it seems to me like all thats doing is creating a synthetic representation of how people in general value a particular persons work. It’s actually an interesting gauge (accurate or not) of how the public perceives celebs actual influence (assuming price correlates accordingly.)
How is a platform like Mirror scalable? Why would someone be interested in buying an NFT for every perceptible item ever in the world. Not everything is a collectible.
OpenSea is an NFT marketplace that supports Lazy Minting. Lazy Minting (sometimes called light minting) enables an NFT creator to “mint” an NFT without actually declaring it’s existence to the main Ethereum blockchain. This is nice for a variety of reason, but the two I am most interested in are
The red hook crit is an insanely unhinged bicycle race in New York City. The only race requirement is that you ride on a fixed gear bike. For those of you who do not know much about bikes, a fixed gear bike has only one gear, and you cannot “coast” by backpedaling. You must be pedaling at all times, and often these bikes have no breaks. I’ll set the scene – 30 pro races barreling around a one mile concrete track at 25 mph with on bicycles with no breaks. It’s insane.