STEPHANIE SO, FOUNDER OF GEEQ

Written by Trisha Bright


IF 2022 IS ANYTHING LIKE LAST YEAR, WE’RE IN FOR A WILD RIDE IN THE EXCITING WORLD OF WEB3. WITH ALL THE SENSATIONAL HEADLINES, IT’S EASY TO LOSE THE SIGNAL IN THE NOISE. AT WEB3SUMMIT + COLLECTIVE, WE’RE COMMITTED TO DISCOVERING THE TRUTH, PARSING OUT WHAT’S TRULY IMPORTANT, AND DE-HYPING THE HYPE.


For trustworthy guidance on what we can expect in the next 12 months, we turned to one of our community gurus, Stephanie So. Stephanie is a tech entrepreneur and founder + CDO of web3 startup Geeq. She had a lot to say about NFTs, web3, tokenization and gas prices. Here’s just one of the little gems she shared in her predictions for 2022:


“Along with NFTs and web3, there are enthusiastic references to tokenizing everything. I interpret this to mean that the popular imagination is moving from trying to create forms of currency to create items to own (and sell) down to a tweet. Even if the frictions of creating and enforcing ownership of tokens are resolved substantially this year, there is still the problem of how to make payments for them on-chain at scale.”


You can read the full article here:


For more from Stephanie, be sure to join us at the web3summit May 18-20 where Stephanie will be one of our featured speakers.

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