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In the creator economy, for instance, we might see a web3 version of YouTube where the videos don’t belong to the platform, but to the creator. So the creator could bring their videos with them to any online space and reap any value tied to those assets.

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If decentralized identity is the future of the web, then the contributions that you accumulate in your crypto wallet – the articles you write, the content you curate, or the things you buy. They’ll become the carrier signals of who you are online and the basis for your reputation

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[…]curating a permanent library of NFTs is higher stakes than, say, curating a series of social media posts, in that it’s a reputation marker that you carry with you across cyberspace.

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Derived on-chain reputations will bring about massive opportunities for business and society. But as we traverse this new territory, we will be forced to consider the implications of permanence. [.]we’ll need to find a balance between what is ephemeral and what should be forever.

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if every piece of content on the internet were truly composable or remixable, it could be possible to gauge which content inspires further creation, or is the most meme-able.