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Newsletter of Dagan | Dagan.Eth (📚,🌐) - Issue #13

Dagan.Eth (📚,🌐)
Dagan.Eth (📚,🌐)
Hello my friends, and happy NFTNYC22 week. Lots going on in my web3 world. Not only am I writing this from the hotel on my final night in Amsterdam, but simultaneously the Ed3 Educators project is live with the public mint, and there are NFT events galore in New York City.
Next week I will be sharing additional details, so stay tuned for a special Ed3 Educators Newsletter #14. For now, I am focused on traveling back across the Atlantic Ocean into New York City for the tail end of NFTNYC.
This past week I had the opportunity to have two very different web3-related experiences. The first was the Moco Museum Exhibition I mentioned in last week’s newsletter. The Moco is located directly adjacent to the Van Gogh Museum and across from the famous Rijksmuseum. There was a small NFT exhibit and it was my first time seeing actual NFT art displayed in a museum, a very important milestone.
The following day I went to the NXT Museum in the up-and-coming Noor Amsterdam district. I highly recommend visiting here if you are in the Netherlands. The interactive digital art displays are highly immersive and interactive. It touched on themes of the future of digital art, identity, imagination, creativity, and more. I was also able to mint two POAPs while there.
From this experience, I got a sense of what the future of art and creativity is going to look like–fully immersive and experiential art displays. It provided an interesting contrast to the legacy museum experiences I had. I love a Van Gogh or 19th-century impressionistic paintings, but it was a whole other level to experience the art at the NXT Museum.
This week I have some articles to share that touch on the topics that these experiences ignited in me. There’s an article reviewing books on the metaverse from Harvard Business Review, an article about how web3 will impact K-12 education, and the role of identity in the metaverse.
Check out the descriptions below, and click the links to read more. If you’re not subscribed yet, go to my profile and enter your email address to get this newsletter delivered right to your inbox.

Harvard Business Review Reviews Metaverse Books
Exploring the Metaverse
How Web3/Ed3 And Immersive Technologies Signal A New Era For K-12 Education
How Will We Present Ourselves in the Metaverse?
For the metaverse to grow, mobile digital identities are necessary | VentureBeat
Thank you for stopping by for another issue of my web3🤝education newsletter. Stay tuned for next week as I deep dive into the Ed3 Educators NFT project. As always you can subscribe to the newsletter here or if you’re on LinkedIn go check out a version of this newsletter on my LinkedIn profile and feel free to give me a follow as well.
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