Introduction to Blockchain


1. Let’s make our first crypto wallet (Mobile and/or Desktop)
2. Let’s mint a NFT on OpenSea

The most popular wallet for Ethereum & EVM chains.

The biggest NFT marketplace by huge margin.

Leading Proof-Of-Attendance-Protocol app for events.

non-fungible token (NFT) is a non-interchangeable unit of data stored on a blockchain, a form of digital ledger, that can be sold and traded.[1] Types of NFT data units may be associated with digital files such as photos, videos, and audio. Because each token is uniquely identifiable, NFTs differ from most cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, which are fungible.

What is web3 and why is it important?


Web 1.0 (read) allowed users to host and read static content.


Web 2.0 (read + write) enabled software over the web, rather than just basic content. Platforms such as social media emerged. The problem is, the corporations own all of the users data, and make their money running advertisements using your data. The users receives no ownership over these platforms despite being their “product”.


Web 3.0 (read, write, own) is built using decentralized blockchain technology, which enables users to own tokens that represent ownership of web3 platforms. With web3, community members have an opportunity to own a piece of the platforms which they help build.



  • US Banks

    • BOA, Chase, Wells Fargo

  • Exchanges

    • Coinbase, Gemini

  • OTC

    • LocalBitcoins, Anyone w ETH

  • Decentralized Wallet

    • Metamask

Do Your Own Research (D.Y.O.R.)

Additional Learning – YouTube

News/Latest – Twitter

Cryptocurrencies & Tokens – Telegram

NFTs – Discord