This is a list of resources that is working well for my Japanese studies.
Reading You need to read until you destroy the visual and mental barrier of kanji. Until you don’t reach that point, your eyes will naturally tend to skip the entire content to pass to something else you can read without effort. So, force your mind to stop and read it all until your brain will stop making antibodies for kanji.
Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) are interesting, but there’s a lot of confusion about the concept of ownership. If you buy a NFT, you are only buying the ownership of a pointer to a metadata (audio, video, etc..) stored somewhere (more likely a centralized server, only some use IPFS). But this pointed metadata can be counterfeit (e.g. the NFT could be a screenshot. And this happening often now), so you still need an additional way to prove the actual asset is legit, the “oracle problem”.
Non-Fungible Tokens (#NFTs) is a very wide topic and I do not want to go in details here, so I just suggest a couple of links:
The Non-Fungible Tokens Bible by OpenSea : it contains everything you need to know about NFTs. A Beginner’s Guide to NFTs: it contains an interesting panorama of all types of existing NFTs (i.e.: NFT is not only art or gaming. This blog is using a NFT as domain name: alebaffa.