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Welcome to the Immutable Mindset podcast, your ultimate guide to the future of blockchain technology, crypto, and the next evolution of the internet. Our guest today is a pioneer in the Web3 and blockchain space who has a deep passion for creating a greener and more sustainable NFT platform, inspiring many to set new standards in the industry.
Lin Dai is a seasoned entrepreneur, digital executive, and change maker. He founded the first social network in digital Rewards platform for teens. As the CEO and co-founder of OneOf, Lin has led partnerships with global icons like the Grammys, Warner Music, Sports Illustrated, and top artists from Doja Cat to Whitney Houston. His commitment to creating a greener and more sustainable NFT platform has inspired many to set new standards for the industry.
Adam and Kevin sit down with Lin to discuss the current state of the Blockchain space, how his company OneOf is playing its part in creating “many-to-many relationships,” as he put it, and what his message is for future enthusiasts and companies interested in venturing into this space. Listen to the entire podcast as Lin Dai shares his unique perspectives, expertise, and lessons he’s learned along the way.
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“The last ten, twenty years, with the advent of the Internet, there is a kind of the holy grail of like, how do we create one on one relationships, right? And like Web1 kind of promised that and Web2 kind of promised that. But it’s still a brand-to-consumer relationship. What Web3 does is it’s a many-to-many relationship, like your consumers are out there now advocating and educating other people in the community. That is very, very precious and hard to achieve.” Lin (17:21)
“You can be unstoppable even if you start learning today. My knowledge is only slightly ahead of some of the newer people because I’m learning every day still. Like I’m trying to look at what my peers and my comrades and my colleagues in different companies are doing and there is just great work being done by lots of amazing companies.” Lin (48:43)