Kul serijal tvitova na temu toga kako Web 3.0 biznisi koriste u osnovi sličnu strategiju u tržišnoj utakmici sa Web 2.0 biznisima, kao što su Web i Web 2.0 biznisi uradili pri ulasku u neke tradicionalnije industrije.
What Amazon did in commerce is what the internet did more generally. Lowering prices and redistributing value back to users has been the internet’s core economic dynamic since the 90s.
Today this trend continues as Web 3 startups begin to eat into the margins of Web 2 incumbents. The higher the take rate, the more vulnerable the incumbent.
The difference in Web 3 is that the economy is peer to peer: players fund other players, not just the game developers.
With NFTs, musicians keep over 90% of sales.
Social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok have take rates of 100% — they don’t share any revenue at all with creators! That’s been great for them but bad for users.
In contrast, Web 3 social platforms like Rally, Mirror, and BitClout have effective take rates well below 10%. Most of the value is sent back to users and creators.
Web 2 platforms depend entirely on creators for content, yet give only scraps back. This is not sustainable. Web 2’s take rate is Web 3’s opportunity.