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...and God said to the Multiverses,
“Make THE BEST VIDEO GAME IN EXISTENCE for me,”
then walked away for several billion years...

  1. If you develop an opinion that any one thing is better than another thing, then also research two facts that support this opinion and at least one reference beyond Google Search where those facts can be found.
  2. An open sea contains the tide that lifts all ships; everything we know is a mix of centralized and decentralized, and everything we build will also be mixes of both.
  3. Always be polite and professional until the recipients have proven they do not deserve it. Anything worth saying can always be said better after more thought.
  4. Treat people like GROWING people. We are all from different backgrounds, different cultures, different origins, and different methods. We can all be better than how we start.
  5. The single most important project in the Web3 space is ENS (Ethereum Naming Service) and subsequently, other projects able to utilize their ERC-1155 NameWrapper contracts. Digital identity is vastly misunderstood and underestimated.
  6. Don’t boast or complain about working for free. It is a necessary effort from every contributor to Distributed Ledger Technology, and an effort that cannot and should not be decided by others.
  7. Do not coerce others who have established their value into working for free. Many of the world's brightest minds are working diligently and thanklessly already, and the last thing they need is another voice convincing them they are worth less than they are. UPOD: UnderPromise, OverDeliver.
  8. Expertise and Mastery are not the same, and the people furthest from those two terms will always be the MOST sensitive to them. Humility is mostly appreciated when experts are among experts, and many experts will diminish their own expertise.
  9. There will always be more to learn. Interact with NPCs in the ways you wish to be interacted with.
  10. It is okay to be wrong. Sometimes we will be quick to realize we are wrong, but often we will be slow. We can minimize how often we are wrong by disclaiming and distinguishing between when we understand things with absolute certainty and when we do not, and by redirecting the answers toward a specific reference point during moments when we are admittedly uncertain.
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...and God said to the Multiverses,
“Make THE BEST VIDEO GAME IN EXISTENCE for me,”
then walked away for several billion years...

  1. If you develop an opinion that any one thing is better than another thing, then also research two facts that support this opinion and at least one reference beyond Google Search where those facts can be found.
  2. An open sea contains the tide that lifts all ships; everything we know is a mix of centralized and decentralized, and everything we build will also be mixes of both.
  3. Always be polite and professional until the recipients have proven they do not deserve it. Anything worth saying can always be said better after more thought.
  4. Treat people like GROWING people. We are all from different backgrounds, different cultures, different origins, and different methods. We can all be better than how we start.
  5. The single most important project in the Web3 space is ENS (Ethereum Naming Service) and subsequently, other projects able to utilize their ERC-1155 NameWrapper contracts. Digital identity is vastly misunderstood and underestimated.
  6. Don’t boast or complain about working for free. It is a necessary effort from every contributor to Distributed Ledger Technology, and an effort that cannot and should not be decided by others.
  7. Do not coerce others who have established their value into working for free. Many of the world's brightest minds are working diligently and thanklessly already, and the last thing they need is another voice convincing them they are worth less than they are. UPOD: UnderPromise, OverDeliver.
  8. Expertise and Mastery are not the same, and the people furthest from those two terms will always be the MOST sensitive to them. Humility is mostly appreciated when experts are among experts, and many experts will diminish their own expertise.
  9. There will always be more to learn. Interact with NPCs in the ways you wish to be interacted with.
  10. It is okay to be wrong. Sometimes we will be quick to realize we are wrong, but often we will be slow. We can minimize how often we are wrong by disclaiming and distinguishing between when we understand things with absolute certainty and when we do not, and by redirecting the answers toward a specific reference point during moments when we are admittedly uncertain.
NFTbible by 1C4RU5 collection image

A brief and artistic guide into shared success within the Web3 and NFT ecosystems.

Category Domain Names
Contract Address0x3db8...9bc7
Token ID2
Token StandardERC-721
ChainEthereum
Last Updated1 year ago
Creator Earnings
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