“I’ve never felt so empowered as an entrepreneur and as a creative person as I do in this space. For me, it’s all about the autonomy and the creative platform.”
It’s possible that no one is having as much fun with web3 today as Gami, a native of Sydney, Australia. In fact, he calls web3, web free, with so much freedom to be himself, to create, collect, and hang out in real life and online with his communities. “Nowadays, I’m just in this dream world where I’m combining all of my passions and the things that I have experienced,” he shares. “Like one group effort with all these people that have an aligned set of values with mine. So yeah, web free, it’s a huge thing.”
With almost 20 years of entrepreneurial endeavor under his belt, it’s obvious that Gami loves his time on Web ‘Free.’ “I’m just really big on everyone having their self-directing freedoms to do what they want in their own way. I love how crypto unlocks this marketplace for ideas, essentially. I’ve never felt so empowered as an entrepreneur and as a creative person as I do in this space. For me, it’s all about the autonomy and the creative platform.”
Gami has a long history in crypto and has been involved in NFTs since 2017. He has been contributing to a number of different DAOs and communities over the last five or six years before his work with Nouns. By his own admission, he gets pretty focused on one thing, and although he’s minted thousands of NFTs and done a bunch of different art projects, he gets pretty obsessed with narrow fields and dives down deep into those rabbit holes. Right now, it’s Nouns.
Gami spends a lot of time sharing his thoughts and ideas with the community on Twitter and interacting with people via DMs. He’s especially active in the skater community and has mobilized young people around that common interest. Funny for someone who’s also loving Forgeries, where you can buy a grail NFT, create however many forged copies of it, sell all the copies, and at the end of the sale, all the collectors come in and authenticate their NFT to see who has the real deal and who bought a forgery. Sounds like NFT Russian Roulette to us, but a whole lot of fun!