In 2016, Ariel Wengroff produced woman by Gloria Steinem, an acclaimed documentary series on violence against women. Six years ago, he was at Ledger, in charge of writing the story of this French champion of Web3 security.
You are one of America’s most famous producers. Why did you join Ledger?
When I worked in media, I saw the emergence of the creator economy. And it seems very clear to me that Web 2.0 does not offer the necessary infrastructure to allow these creators to fully exploit their content. Web3 is the future of this economy. Blockchain has the ability to reward communities for their participation.
Can Web3 include what Web1 and 2.0 didn’t?
Crypto and Web3 are for the underdog. The loudest voices today may be those of people with more resources, but the truth is that many cryptocurrency users have never had a chance in the system before. Only because it is designed against them.
A more accessible Web, what does it mean?
Through two important points. First we need to continue to make products that are easy to use and easy to use. At Ledger, we are working on this topic, especially to ensure that, depending on your physical abilities, you can always see our screens or use our buttons. The second point is education and especially free education. Thus we entered into a partnership with The Sandbox, where we created a game [School of Block]. Through this, we have issued almost 100,000 certifications in less than two months, which means that 100,000 more people understand how to join Web3 and stay safe.