NFT and startup
I always tend to refer to the 1990s, which was an exceptional decade in terms of technology. We went for “the general public” from Atari ST with 16-bit CPUs and OS, to the reigns of Microsoft Windows 95/98 and 32-bit Intel Pentiums.
NFT and blockchain / web3: not at all for the general public
There is confusion over the uses of NFTs and blockchain. These are tools which guarantee a high level of security, but certainly not on the “general public” side, firstly it would not be ecological, secondly: the level of delusional computer security for the housewife under fifty (French private joke) .
These technologies are just beginning, they consume too much energy, materials and are not technologically standardized, they are open source and are potentially interesting. NFTs and blockchain, on the other hand, are perfect for B2B. Because businesses, if configured correctly, are paid on time.
The blockchain / web3 is on the other hand the perfect protocol for the “multiverse”. Because why use HTTPS and TLS when the blockchain system is there for that. P2P also saves bandwidth, therefore energy, and therefore resources
The logical speculative bubble on NFTs and its consequences to come
At the end of 2021, the terms “multiverse” and “NFT” exploded in the media. Especially for the latter, seen as objects for galore, launched by unscrupulous companies, creating de facto, unjustified inflation with galore traps. In the very near term, we will therefore see this speculative bubble explode, the sooner the better.
Unfortunately, NFTs aren’t self-regulating like bitcoin is, which would be fine if it didn’t use so many GPUs to mine.
States will have to legislate to ensure what will remain in control, but NFTs are just as evolved as blockchain, which has found part of its use case with this multiverse which is so glossy.
Blue ocean planets
In ten years, we have gone from a world with software using in a purely theoretical way a semblance of “artificial intelligence” via technologies like GPU, CUDA and Tensorflow. Has a certain normality of it.
Then came the “Omniverse” developer kit from Nvidia, which generated this panic in the media, the general public, the same scare less than thirty years ago with the emergence of web 1.0. Cold, it would be silly to pass by next to technological, commercial, sociological opportunities.
What IA_AUT_ECO uses every day.