I’ve noticed a lot of new subscribers recently, and wanted to personally welcome you to the newsletter. This is where I share upcoming news and announcements about Salad Ventures (@saladventures), and also my views on what’s going on in the GameFi/X2E space.
There are 3 announcements in this letter that I’d like to share with you.
Firstly, I’ve decided to rename the newsletter to “x2e” to bring it more in focus. I intend to share more alpha with subscribers in the X-To-Earn space. Occasionally, I’ll also be sending important updates on our project, Salad Ventures.
Next, our engineers have sent GuildOS:Core to the QA team and they’ll be running some extensive tests next week. This means that if we are really close to releasing this to our early access users. The first release will only have Axie Infinity enabled.
If you run an Axie guild and have not signed up, go to www.guildOS.io and sign up for early access. Then join us in our Discord server.
Imagine being able to:
Automatically claim SLPs every 14 days, without lifting a finger
Monitor and compare your scholars’ performance without having to be an expert in Google Sheets
Set up different payment modes to your scholars (AXS/SLP/USDC) and pay them automatically (we use FTX for USDC and XRP payments)
… and a lot more!
Remember to sign up for early access at www.guildOS.io if you have not done so already to be the first to get your hands on GuildOS:Core.
And here’s the next thing…
The Salad Ventures whitepaper is about to be released. We’ve gone through several iterations within our team, and with our legal counsel to make sure that everything we put in there is accurate.
While a whitepaper is typically a forward-looking document written by projects, ours will be a combination of past results, and future outlook. We’ve been busy building, and more will be shared once our whitepaper is officially released.
In case you missed this…
We made some announcements in the past few weeks sharing our progress and plans at Salad Ventures. In case you don’t follow our medium (https://read.salad.ventures), here are the two that I personally think are most important:
I want to leave you with this thought. Recently, I was chatting with a friend about a really successful individual in the crypto space - Mr. X.
I asked my friend, why Mr. X is so revered in the space, and what did he do to build such a strong following (cult) of people around his project.
The answer I got was - “He made a lot of people rich”.
So simple, yet so difficult.
Do you agree?