Web3

Securitised potential

In 1997, famed musician David Bowie had an idea. He would sell the rights to future royalties from his extensive body of work. He wanted to do this by bringing Wall Street financing techniques into the music industry. The brilliance of the securitisation concept is that you can apply it to anything - including potential.

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Web3

From play-to-earn to learn-to-earn

Over the last year, we've seen the growing popularity of play-to-earn (P2E) cryptocurrency video games which allow players to convert their hard-earned in-game assets into real-world cash. Yet despite this, we've yet to see similar inroads in the learn-to-earn (L2E) space.

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Product

What is Tutorpass (part 1)

In the past few months, I have written extensively on Tutorpass' business model. But what is Tutorpass as a product today? I am indeed guilty of not answering these questions. Let's fix that with a thorough analysis of the platform's functionality as it stands by looking at how lesson cards work.

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Business

Micro-pivoting (part 2)

What if we could change the mindset of an institution determining whether our education counts for something, and made the process a little more democratised? Could we take steps towards making education more fair and open? In the second and last part of Tutorpass' series on micro-pivoting, I explore what this means.

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