29 days ago
I'd 100% be ok with hiring an anon person at my next company. I have a few buds who have anon employees. Meaning, they don't know their real name or identity. I thought it was odd. But have tried it recently on small projects. 100% open to it now.
For the record: I think most, in fact practically ALL, web3 things are incredibly dumb, have zero potential, and people shouldn't waste their time on something so dumb and pointless. Just stupid scheme circlejerk stuff. But there's no doubt some cool parts about it.