This is a good question. If the user has to look himself under the hood, this is suboptimal for non-technicians.
Takes from the Central Banks to feed the Farmers
Since the token has a market cap about 15x larger than , yet both tokens are essentially 100% gold-backed tokens, I was wondering what are the differences between the two. Any thoughts?
I think Solana started as something else, but ... now SBF seems to be a Solana ambassador after he chose Solana for Serum. If you check on Swerve
snapshot.page they say SBF offered them a grant to move to Solana, and they voted to take it!
Correct. Curve would want an audit from an auditor they can trust before adding the asset to a pool. This was their first pool. Makes sense they weren't lax about it.
Yeah, imagine claiming you're a gateway to the "entire Crypto market" without being a gateway to the best part, DeFi.
I think Kava is betting on DeFi not being dominated by Ethereum, and the CEX platforms are the original cross-chain liquidity protocols so-to-speak. As long as DeFi remains synonymous with Ethereum, then the CEX's will keep losing users to Ethereum DEXs. I think they are just trying to take the DeFi crown from Ethereum. Kava has a very strong team. Stronger than Ethereum – well, we shall see.
I would say this is not a synth, it seems it works like . They do have a stability fund for the price of collapsing. However, their main issue right now is that the interest rate is quite low, compared to DeFi on Ethereum. Unless you are long and hodl-ing , then, it is a nice little tickle.
Flipside Crypto gives some Crypto-marketing awards. The CMO lady they last interviewed was from QuarkChain and was saying that marketing in Crypto is not like segmenting and tracking and acquiring like it can be elsewhere in the digital space, but a lot of it is educating users as this is cutting-edge technology and developers need to explain it to laypeople in order to succeed. That's what the Bitcoin people did. That's what Vitalik does.
🤣 OMG the example of $COMP . It is funny the most famous yield farming launch, the OG of governance tokens didn't actually have plans to decentralize much it was the best growth hacking tactic ever!
This seems like a very ambitious and well-backed supply chain traceability protocol. I am still unsure of how it fits in DeFi. The motto talks about open finance and the website has a section on DeFi but it keeps talking about supply chains.
Seems in order to earn fees as a validator, one has to stake 200,000 . Is the only way to market-buy the ? Or will the pNetwork have or will launch a liquidity mining program or other incentives program so the community can work for the ?
I love the article on the Rise of sUSD , it makes a powerful case for adoption, which is great, and I understand why that token would be the darling of Synthetix besides itself.
Would be great to get this release from every project, after their DAO reaches a certain milestone like a year, as you've suggested.