How did you get interested in web3, and what are you currently working on?
My co-founder was early into some coins and saw the potential for ownership economy models in our business when we decided to pivot last summer.
What do you focus on to differentiate Continuum from competitors?
Our audience. Few serve the creative space in the manner we are.
What soft & hard skills have been most helpful in helping you succeed in web3?
Soft skills, networking/branding. Knowing how to present yourself opens so many doors.
Hard skills, definitely social media.
What makes for a remarkable piece of content? Provide an example in this industry.
Great content needs to make someone smarter or happier!
What’s the best thing about your job? And the most challenging?
I get to do something I’m really passionate about with a really cool community and flexible hours, but it’s a lot of responsibilities and stress since we don’t have a team quite yet.
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What is your favorite web3 Project?
I really admire Buildspace and how quickly they’ve been able to grow a strong and active community of people that have learned from them.
Who is your favorite web3 thinker on social media?
Definitely Jackson Dame. I appreciate the work they are doing to make Web3 a space for all.
What is your vision for your niche?
I think digital skills are the future. More kids will want to learn how to design, code, make content online than go to college. There’s so much happening in the future of work and education that post-high-school, being a digital autodidact will be easy and more fulfilling than it is now.
How does blockchain support your niche?
It will allow us to incentivize and reward our community for bettering each other.
Any tips for beginners who aspire to work in this domain, but feel completely overwhelmed to even start competing?
Get on Twitter and start making friends — you actually don’t need to know a lot.