Weekly Action Recap
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Dear Crypto Natives,
ETH gets futures.
Reddit building on Ethereum.
Visa putting dollars on Ethereum.
That all happened this week. 🚀
The level-ups this week were 🔥too. Take this piece by Lucas—required reading before you ever buy a DeFi token.
People keep asking me when price is going to catch up with fundamentals. My answer: eventually. Keep eyes on the prize. Head down and level-up.
Let’s get to the recap.
Recap for the week of May 10rd, 2020
- (Market Monday) ETH FUTURES! - capture
- (Tactic Tuesday) How to buy $TAPE on Zora - implement
- (Writer Wednesday) How to value crypto capital assets - consider
- (Thursday Thought) Safely Unlocking the Synthetics Era - calibrate
- (Friday Open Thread) When did you first buy crypto...what year? - collaborate
Bankless met banks?
Turned out John knows more about DeFi than 95% of those I meet in crypto. Fantastic questions. The bankless nation is everywhere!
We cover DeFi, Stablecoins, Dai, Compound, DEX, Synthetics—great DeFi primer.
- Execute any good market opportunities you saw in Market Monday
- Complete weekly assignment: get caught up on Ethereal videos
- Listen to Episode #11: Going Banklesss with Compound feat. Robert Leshner
- Learn how to buy $TAPE auction on Zora
- Learn how to value DeFi capital assets based on future cash flows!
- Learn the core components of a DeFi synthetic
- When did you first buy crypto...what year?
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