Slide 1

Slide 1 text


Slide 2

Slide 2 text

No content

Slide 3

Slide 3 text

No content

Slide 4

Slide 4 text

No content

Slide 5

Slide 5 text

You see as human beings, ownership is a key part of our identity. It is one of the core responsibilities that is required to meet our needs in the present day.

Slide 6

Slide 6 text

No content

Slide 7

Slide 7 text

In all of these activities, you can identify that: You own the car accompanied with a driver’s license You rented the apartment or bought it You own those nice pair of jeans

Slide 8

Slide 8 text

Item 1 Item 2 Item 3 Item 4 Item 5 50 40 30 20 10 0 TRANSACTION

Slide 9

Slide 9 text

So in order to meet your needs : You needed to acquire certain items

Slide 10

Slide 10 text

So in order to meet your needs : You needed to acquire certain items To acquire, A transaction has to happen

Slide 11

Slide 11 text

So in order to meet your needs : You needed to acquire certain items To acquire, A transaction has to happen To register a transaction

Slide 12

Slide 12 text

So in order to meet your needs : You needed to acquire certain items To acquire, A transaction has to happen To register a transaction An Identity is required to generate a receipt.

Slide 13

Slide 13 text

What we can learn here is that: One of the important activity required to fulfill human needs is the activity of Ownership

Slide 14

Slide 14 text

By conventional definition: Ownership is having simultaneous legal "title" to a resource, good, or commodity and the ability to determine how the resource, good, or commodity is used. keyword here being: HAVING “simultaneous legal title”

Slide 15

Slide 15 text

Before official records began, the ancient ceremony of ‘sasine’ marked the official transfer of land ownership. The ceremony involved handing over a clod of earth and stones to represent the transfer of land from one owner to another.

Slide 16

Slide 16 text

Sasine, though novel at the time, had a number of challenges: If a Sasine was wrongly given, a reverse ceremony had to happen to redeem to property and transfer it to the rightful owner. If the recipient of a Sasine dies before the Ceremony takes place, notes needed to be taken. Well Sasine Ceremonies fell out of favor, because the official nature of representatives required to be present became a cumbersome.

Slide 17

Slide 17 text

By the year 1617 — The General Register of Sasines is established The Registration Act of the old Parliament of Scotland allowed individuals to have their ownership deeds recorded in official registers for the first time. As innovative as this might sound, The General Register of Sasines was description-based, as maps were not yet accurate enough or widely used.

Slide 18

Slide 18 text

As far as history goes: The General Register of Sasines was the first national land register in the world.

Slide 19

Slide 19 text

In 1921 - The year the Typewriter was introduced: Documents to Record Land ownership were type-written, Maps were more accurate, and photocopying of documents became possible to create multiple copies that can be referenced and distributed across registers.

Slide 20

Slide 20 text

Humans are optimizing beings What we learn is that over centuries, we’ve always sought to innovate and optimize our workflows

Slide 21

Slide 21 text

In time, The internet was invented, we embraced digitization.

Slide 22

Slide 22 text

We embraced the Internet, We embraced Digitization More upper club memberships More investments in our portfolio We added even more knowledge to the ones we acquired.

Slide 23

Slide 23 text

We aggregate all of our certifications, learning and work experience (speaking to job security, social status)

Slide 24

Slide 24 text

We aggregated our social status, our houses, our Fun Eagle Yacht Club Societies, Our friends and network, Art etc.

Slide 25

Slide 25 text

We aggregated all our investments.

Slide 26

Slide 26 text

Being able to create more than ever, opened up the economy of Web2 Web2 pioneered a lot of platforms as we know it today, however to access these platforms we needed an identity, an identity that was tied to Centralized services who we were required to trust and give up control to.

Slide 27

Slide 27 text

We empowered anyone, anywhere in the world to Sell, by setting up an online store, we could buy anything we needed.

Slide 28

Slide 28 text

We empowered journalists & creators to tell their stories, without barriers and borders

Slide 29

Slide 29 text

We empowered the world to learn from anywhere, and get certified for any thing As long as you had an internet connection.

Slide 30

Slide 30 text

We began to create, produce, consume and distribute ideas, art, knowledge, stories more than we could have ever imagined. We Pioneered the Digital Economy

Slide 31

Slide 31 text

No content

Slide 32

Slide 32 text

Then something happened in January 2009 [ Story of Satoshi Nakamoto ] 09012009 — 090109 A man named Satoshi mined the first block of a Blockchain powered cryptocurrency BITCOIN

Slide 33

Slide 33 text

In that Genesis block, a special message was written that gives us a possible clue to why Bitcoin exists. Bitcoin was created On the heels of an economic recession. This singular action of mining the Genesis block kick-started the Web3 Economy as we know of it today.

Slide 34

Slide 34 text

3 distinct components of economics PRODUCTION — CONSUMPTION — DISTRIBUTION

Slide 35

Slide 35 text

Production Production refers to the process of creating utility.

Slide 36

Slide 36 text

Consumed Now that utility needs to satisfy human needs for it to be

Slide 37

Slide 37 text

Distribution And when there is a circulation of value from said Utility, We successfully have

Slide 38

Slide 38 text

An Economy with no 3rd Parties

Slide 39

Slide 39 text

That was Peer to Peer

Slide 40

Slide 40 text

No content

Slide 41

Slide 41 text

Earn, Transact and Own.

Slide 42

Slide 42 text

In order to facilitate Consumption & Distribution we needed Utility! This is when Ethereum came along —

Slide 43

Slide 43 text

Ethereum is the first programmable blockchain that gave us to ability to create Utility on top of the blockchain Network, This was pioneered by SMART CONTRACTS.

Slide 44

Slide 44 text

ERC-20 powered Marketplaces, Goods & Service Providers

Slide 45

Slide 45 text

We could Earn Tokens We could Transact with Tokens

Slide 46

Slide 46 text

As the network of chains gained mainstream Adoption, we started to optimize to improve transaction speed so that distribution could scale, We introduced Oracles, L2, Roll-ups and so on.

Slide 47

Slide 47 text

No content

Slide 48

Slide 48 text

ERC-721 Though this wasn’t the first standard to introduce an Ownership Model on the blockchain. ERC-721 drove the adoption and is currently the Gold Standard as we know it today.

Slide 49

Slide 49 text

EIP-721 created what can be defined as Non- Fungible-Tokens

Slide 50

Slide 50 text

An NFT is a secure, blockchain-based certificate that represents an entitlement its owner has to a (usually) digital or physical asset (e.g. artwork or music) or experience (e.g. a backstage pass).

Slide 51

Slide 51 text

These interfaces are defined through a Proposal structure known as EIP - Ethereum Improvement Proposal.

Slide 52

Slide 52 text

EIP - 721 : The Most Popular (BAYC, Punks etc) [ART, Uniswap, ENS]

Slide 53

Slide 53 text

No content

Slide 54

Slide 54 text

EIP - 1155 The Most Modular (Great for Gaming Apps) [PLAY TO EARN] An economic model where individuals can play games and earn tokens as rewards.

Slide 55

Slide 55 text

No content

Slide 56

Slide 56 text

EIP - 2981: The NFT Royalty Standard — (Empower Artist and Creators to Earn) [MUSIC ROYALTIES] — Empowering creators to earn royalties from the perpetual sale of their items without middlemen. Every single agreement will be written as code and executed by computers within the network.

Slide 57

Slide 57 text

EIP - 2615 The Renting EIP Proposal Open up utility and revenue possibilities for NFTs

Slide 58

Slide 58 text

EIP - 2615

Slide 59

Slide 59 text

provable unique and scarce commodities that can address the various hierarchy of needs for individuals in our world today.

Slide 60

Slide 60 text

This is the key to unlocking an Economy where we can Earn, Transact and Own.

Slide 61

Slide 61 text

Thank you!

Slide 62

Slide 62 text

Andrew Miracle Creator @daccred Twitter: @0xalzzy Website: Deck:

Slide 63

Slide 63 text

No content