UNAJUA S13 EP3: Is the "play-to-earn" trend over-hyped? feat. Kate Byrne
Kate Byrne explains how "play-to-earn" and other buzzy Web3 trends offer a glimpse at the unprecedented nature of internet engagement the future may bring.
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In this UNAJUA episode, Kate Byrne parses through majorly-hyped trends like "play-to-earn" to pinpoint the true potential of the extraordinary new level of connectivity and engagement enabled by applied Web3 technologies.
This podcast is the third and final instalment of the three-part UNAJUA Series focused on distilling a handful of global Web3 buzz trends like crypto, NFTs, the metaverse and even AI— reflecting how they are unfolding within an African context.
Kate has served as a C-Suite executive leader at blue chip brands such as Katapult X, SOCAP Global, Inc, Fast Company and the George Lucas Education Foundation. She is currently the Chief Impact Officer of PopVenture— a new financial system enabling everyone to invest in entrepreneurs and innovations that will impact all our lives. She is an experienced, strategic self-starter intent on channelling her many years of hands-on experience in traditional and new media, fintech, and tech community building to create useful products people need and love.
Kate is also the host of two great podcasts worth checking out, Women Advancing and Rebels with a Purpose.
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