Over the years I’ve given many harsh criticisms against Ethereum. Notably:1) Fucked up monetary policy early on.2) Fucked up the scaling war.But I criticize it because I care about it.
People sometimes ask me what my vision of DeFi is. This is a very tough question. DeFi is very messy with thousands of experiments happening. But high level, I think
Reversing aging is the single most important problem for humanity. Sound money is only the second most important problem. Saw some BS argument against scientific efforts to reverse aging, that
The V-shapes recovery of DeFi blue chips back in early November was a big slap in the face moment for me. Because 8 times out of 10 bottoms don’t form
A non-exhaustive list of DeFi products I'm excited about for the next couple years:1) Synthetic traditional assets: provide access to high quality assets. Main challenge: regulatory. 2) Decentralized derivatives: on-chain
I feel bad for shitposting so much and making exactly zero contribution to CT since maybe December 2019. So here's an honest assessment of Ethereum from the point of view
Thesis: stablecoins basically killed the chance for any smart contract platforms to accrue significant monetary premium. In 2018 ETH went all the way to $1400 largely because it was used
I’m amazed no one has ever asked where the yield in DeFi comes from. In case you are interested, the yield in DeFi is ultimately subsidized by the poor retail
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