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I've been writing another newsletter
I’ve been cheating on you lately.
Some of you might’ve already seen me doing it. I’m not even sorry. After you learn about it, you’ll either feel like you need to join me or you’ll just have to get over it and move on with your life. It’s up to you—the ball is in your court.
Okay, okay, I’ll cut to the chase.
I’ve been writing another newsletter.
As some of you know, I’ve been working full-time at Invisible College, a crypto/web3 school, for the past few months.
Our newsletter, The Syllabus, was started by my friend and early IC community member Louis back in January. Later on, another community member Jake joined the fold and they both wrote some excellent pieces about specific web3 projects. Louis is so busy launching great projects of his own while also working full-time, that he needed a break (understandably). And Jake is looking to move into web3 full-time, so he has been doing lots of networking and interviewing.
Then I thought, hey, I know how to write words too.
As my tweet alludes to above, part of my job as the community and events lead at Invisible College is to keep abreast of what’s happening in the crypto industry. I’m always reading posts, scrolling Twitter, hanging out in chat groups, and researching the latest trends and projects. So what better way to share what I’m learning than by writing about it.
Each week, I share some of the latest narratives that are happening in the space and publish posts like this one about how it’s a great time to learn while we’re in a bear market:
Or my latest one about the wild world of NFT investing:
If you’re at all interested in the crypto space, I hope you check it out 👇
Just a quick one this week since I’m at a camp for families with young, disabled children this weekend. I’ll be back next Saturday at 8:08 am PT with more of my usual writing.
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