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Nikola spoke 8 languages, so we said to ourselves that we had to master even more programming languages to be able to pursue the technological advancement we are striving for.

Working in the Web3 space and remaining hungry for innovation requires constant efforts to assess, test, and adopt a broad spectrum of technologies — from protocol and application level development to cryptography and cyber security.

All this comes first at 3327, and we like to leave our tech stack to speak for itself.

Some say this should be the front page of our collective, but copywriters screwed us again here.

What is our focus in 2022?

Last year, we targeted Polygon as an optimal Layer2 solution, NFTs, and DeFi. As a result of focusing on these technologies, we started three projects that later went on to become ventures.

Today, Trapseys leads the development of the Polygon SDK, NFTizer is working on some of the most challenging initiatives in the NFT space, and, Tesseract has won the hearts of “DeFi degens” on Polygon and has millions in assets.

In 2022, we are placing our bets both on a variety of new technologies and on the somewhat standard stack that we believe the future of Web3 relies on.

The future of web3 The future of web3

The future of web3 The future of web3

Solidity
Solidity
All developers first go through the Solidity Bootcamp when they join our collective. Only after they have acquired the necessary knowledge can they continue on their path of learning new technologies. 

Also, even though we have built countless applications on top of Ethereum and other EVM-based chains, we are still determined to keep an eye on all the upgrades that new versions are bringing, as well as the industry’s best practices.

Of course,, we do not rely solely on Solidity. In order to be innovative, we have to be technologically agnostic. That is why Vyper and Jul have found their places in our tech stack as well.
Vyper
Vyper
Even though Vyper is a new kid on the block, it has shown a lot of promise so far.


A large number of people could be attracted to Web3 if it were easier for developers to be more innovative. We believe this could be done with good and easy developer tooling, and this is precisely what Vyper promises to achieve.


In fact, it is currently used by a few bigger protocols, one of which is our own.  Although the community and knowledge base aren’t as large as Solidity’s, this language seems to have a bright future ahead.
Distributed Systems
Distributed Systems
When it comes to the Web3 space, the biggest challenges are related to distributed systems — namely, how all the data on all the nodes can be kept in sync. We believe that we can come up with the solutions only by sharpening our knowledge and fully understanding the technologies, techniques, and programming languages, as well as their frameworks and tools.

This year, we have chosen to work more with Rust, which has been getting more and more tooling and use cases, and Golang, which represents the most used language for protocol development in the blockchain space.
Scaling and Privacy
Rust and Golang in Web3
Scaling and Privacy 
Along with distributed systems, there are two more challenges the Web3 world is currently facing — scaling and privacy, as well as tightening these two together in order to keep privacy at scale.

The solutions to both lie in Zero-Knowledge Proofs. Still, this corner of the Web3 space hasn’t been sufficiently explored yet, as we lack the researchers and resources to tackle this topic. That’s why we are devoted to demystifying this technology and experimenting with its application in terms of scaling and privacy problems.
Scaling
Ethereum 2.0 & IBC
Scaling — Ethereum 2.0 & IBC
We’ve come a full circle with Ethereum 2.0 — from being believers to being skeptics and all the way back to the initial viewpoint. Today, we firmly believe there is no future for EVM-based chains without the Ethereum 2.0 merge.
We have already started exploring the essence of the future PoS stack. If that’s your cup of tea, well, then hurry up, and let’s organize a tea party together. You don't want to miss out on some of the first projects after the fork, and we may be able to offer you something interesting to work on.
Hype or Adopt Techs
Hype or Adopt Techs
Besides the technologies listed above, which we believe will make the most significant impact on Web3 this year, a couple more have caught our attention. Some of them are Solana, Near, and Cosmos, as well as Haskell and Cairo. Still, before we decide whether we want to adopt them or not, we need to evaluate them more.

If you see the potential in any of them or would like to explore them more, let's unite our efforts. It’s more fun to do it together.

CALL FOR ENGINEERS

We all love being paid for doing what we enjoy the most

If you are yearning for the freedom to choose what you want to do, a chance to learn about new technologies, and an opportunity to share excitement about them with the people who care to listen - contact us by sharing the link to your CV, what drives you, and what got you excited about 3327 via a message at 3327.eth on Rinkeby Testnet.

Depending on your current skill set, we may send you some quick exercises to see how you would approach solving challenges.