Check out our thoughts on the aftermath of the Digital Matter Theory framework release. Will and Iman spend time breaking down the initial reactions and why Non-Arbitrary Tokens (NATs) create a new vector of value creation that anyone can leverage for their token generation.
In this episode of the TBR 1 hr Podcasts, join us for an insightful discussion on Atomicals, the new mining craze that is revolutionizing the Bitcoin chain. We dive into the benefits of mineable tokens, the customization of transaction IDs, and the potential for developers to create exciting web3 products using Atomicals. Our guest, a seasoned blockchain expert, shares his vision for the future of token protocols and the significance of Atomicals in the evolution of digital identity systems. Atomicals has the potential to usher in a new era of efficiency improvements and programmable solutions for developers to build robust ecosystems on top of Bitcoin. Unlike many other projects promising to deliver on these same value adds, Atomicals has a working protocol that can be leveraged today.
In this episode of TBR 1 hr Podcasts, hosts Iman and Will are joined by guest Gansy as they delve into the world of rare sats. The speaker, with a background in banking and coin collection, shares their fascination with the introduction of Ordinals and how it has made bitcoin collectible on a new level. They discuss their experience in art collections and the importance of pattern recognition in the world of rare sats. They also explore the concept of non-arbitrary asset types and the potential for creating new tokens on Bitcoin's blockchain. The discussion touches on the challenges and opportunities in the NFT space and the future of rare sats as a game mechanic.
In this episode of the TBR 1 hr Podcast, hosts Iman and Will are joined by guest Jeffrey to delve into a fascinating discussion about the metaverse, Bitcoin ordinals, and the future direction of these topics. They explore the similarities between building experiences in 3D and virtual realms, the challenges of creating something with stickiness, and the best ways for the community to collaborate in the metaverse. The conversation also touches on the concept of open source and interoperability in blockchain technology, the potential of Bitmaps in the future, and the importance of continuous improvement in development cycles. Listeners will gain insights into the Recursiverse company, its focus on building games, metaverse, game engines, tools, and marketplaces. Discover the benefits of open and closed metaverse ecosystems, modular development in game creation, and the importance of supporting creators with a royalty system.
Hosts Iman and Will are joined by special guests Randy and Josh from Ordinals Wallet. They dive into the era of building for Bitcoin. The conversation explores the challenges posed by Ethereum fees and the need for alternative platforms. The speakers also address the future of Bitcoin, the importance of addressing its underlying system inefficiencies, and the potential of Ordinals to revolutionize the market. They share insights on their journey as entrepreneurs and highlight the value of customer-centric innovation. Also, the founders of Ordinals Wallet breakdown the timeline of events that ensued after the release of Runes proposal and how they intend to further development within the fungible token environment of Bitcoin.
In this episode of TBR 1 hr Podcasts, we dive into the world of decentralized architecture in game development with a special focus on the Metaverse game called Life Beyond. Our guest, a seasoned game developer with 15 years of experience, shares insights on how developers need to treat users differently in a decentralized architecture and how a player-driven economy can thrive in this environment. We explore the potential for additional experiences, mods, and services in decentralized gaming and discuss the importance of asset ownership for players. Our guest also shares their journey in the gaming industry and their vision for creating ecosystems powered by a token. Along with the many challenges of building a web3 game in the nascent Bitcoin ecosystem and what infrastructure is being built to support the metaverse on bitcoin ecosystem. Finally, what is Ben’s opinion on Bitmap and how can game developers bring their tools to that ecosystem.