It can be daunting to make a career shift to web3, especially for those who don’t code. This guide aims to help make a career pivot into web3 less ominous. Let’s get started!
☆ Step-by-step guide ☆
Start here to learn the fundamentals of blockchain and crypto.
Curated information sources so you can stay up to date on web3.
Jump in and use decentralized applications to gain more familiarity with web3.
Double down on sub-sectors within web3 that you’re passionate about.
Join a DAO to build out your network and start contributing to various communities.
Find a full-time role or part-time earnings opportunities in web3.
☆ Non-technical skills that are in-demand in web3 ☆
Engage and educate the community/audience through a variety of formats and channels.
Open roles for community builders
Write explainers, tutorials, documentation; refine narrative
Open roles for content creators
Create proposals, engage on governance forums
Create on-chain analytics dashboards
Design tokenomics based on the specific nature of the project
Take notes, summarize community calls, be “a glue person”(h/t @0xJim) Similar to web2 project management: corralling groups within a DAO / company / protocol to ship projects or community efforts.
Open roles for project managers
“Web3 PM emphasizes building, marketing, and iterating rather than planning, managing, and measuring.” (h/t 0xShah)
Good design in web3 (_yangyou): 1) aggregates separate views in world of fragmentation 2) protects us against ourselves 3)teaches us about the existing world 4) turns complex concepts into magical ah-ha moments 5) meets sophisticated users where they are
web2: "acquiring users" web3: "recruiting members” (jarroddicker)
Open roles in marketing
☆ Other helpful resources ☆
- Guide & progress tracker for non-technical people going full-time in crypto by Natalia Murillo
- Immersion Den’s library of topical guides
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This guide is for information purposes only and is not investment advice. Please do your own research.