It has been quite a year for the NFT space, not only monetarily, but as a community in the macro. From Beeple’s life-changing $69 million winning bid to the extremely successful turnout and interactions had at NFT.NYC, the web3 landscape is evolving every day.
However, not everyone has been able to join in on all the fun in the NFT community. For many, the cost of entry is high, the know-how is low, and the fear of trying something new is paralyzing.
We’ve all been there, so it’s understandable. As for those of us who have been fortunate enough to be a part of the NFT community, we all have different goals, intentions, and desires.
Much of the focus around NFTs is on the transactional value and floor prices, rather than the significant representation of freedom and the ability to track life’s greatest moments, which is exactly what NFTs offer us.
That’s where Proof of Attendance Protocol (POAP) NFTs come into play. If you don’t already know what a POAP is, check out this super-quick read: What Are POAPs and Why Are They Important?
The future of the NFT space is abundant. Everyone should be able to have a piece of the pie and eat it too. However, that has not been the case for everyone.