Web3 : What about the well-being of investors and project owners in this new world, which combines finance & technology, but never sleeps.
I see more and more investors tired of 24/7 trading, of going to bed late at night and getting up early with the fear of discovering that prices have crashed during the night.
Or being half-conscious at parties too absorbed by the charts.
Furthermore, also project owners are stressed and worn out from working 24/7 and managing their communities day and night…resulting in a burn-out.
I see more and more tweets on weekends saying, “Let go of crypto” and to enjoy the sun, family, and friends. In short… life. Moreover, the crypto activity on twitter at weekends speaks for itself: there’s a decrease as well as the market trading volumes.
So why not go all the way with this idea?
Do all governance tokens need to be traded 24/7?
Do all NFTs need? And charities one?
Other utility tokens don’t need it and it will be even more true with security tokens tomorrow.
This is the vision I have of Woken: a whole ecosystem of several markets regulated by schedules to allow all new project owners /companies to tokenize, and thus put the personal welfare at the heart of this Blockchain.
A market within the market.
To return to my personal experience and the genesis of the project:
I have been navigating this environment for some time now and like many who may recognize themselves here, I was really tired and permanently stressed.
Wasdaq is the very first token on the blockchain that can be traded at predefined times. In this case, the Nasdaq times.
It is my proof of concept and one of the future market governance tokens of the Woken ecosystem that I want to set up.
However, the presentation of the ecosystem is not the heart of the subject I want to talk about here, so I will come back to it later.
I’m here to talk about the well-being in Web3.
I now have almost a year of hindsight on this concept and I know that there is a target and a demand. Certainly, there is still a niche which is becoming more and more important.
Today, Wasdaq investors are happy when the market is closed and they are able to take back control of their lives and not worry about the price.
I also had the opportunity to talk with several project owners who are getting more and more tired, and who also need to be able to completely disconnect.
At the beginning of the project, I was working 15 hours a day, every day, between developing the project and managing the community.
Since its implementation, I have gradually been able to disconnect and today, when my market is closed, I really cut back and enjoy life again. And this is also true for my community who have also learned to cut down with Telegram or Twitter.
When I think about the number of people who are not yet into cryptos, I am convinced that such an ecosystem can also persuade those who are still hesitating (fear of 24/7) and become for them a good entry point to this new world.
I had the chance to meet some of the most interesting people on the networks as well as during events (PBWS for example) of those who make the Web3 of today, but especially of tomorrow.
Yes, of tomorrow. And I insist on it. We are only at the beginning of Web3 and it is really comparable in terms of adoption to the emergence of the web in the late 90s that I knew: “Hello boomer that I am!”
There are endless possibilities, lots to do, everything to build and there is opportunity for all project leaders. We are all working hard to be the engine of adoption to a target of users that will undeniably become larger and more varied. And more varied!
But let’s not neglect the well-being of everyone. This universe is exciting, but it can also be very exhausting…