This week’s blockchain insights include 2 different go-to-market approaches for crypto projects, decentralized project governance, cross-project collaborations and insights into non-fungible tokens.
This week’s blockchain insights include positive news for crypto custody services in the USA, the importance of community development for blockchain projects, and key metrics for DeFi investing.
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Blockchain insights cover a wide range of topics including the Coinbase IPO, stablecoins blacklisting crypto addresses, CBDCs, the recent success of PoS coins & staking incentives.
Insights to blockchain governance and the growth of blockchain ecosystems were shared. Layer 1 protocols, layer 2 protocols, tokens and apps fuel each other’s growth.
Insights to DeFi and liquidity farming were shared. After the successful release of the governance token COMP, many similar offerings and opportunities started to emerge and the value of locked-up tokens rose significantly.
Insights to developer activity and crypto investing were shared. Bitcoin investing is getting more accessible. DEX token returns outgrow centralized exchange tokens returns. 3 times more than 1 million USD transaction fees in one week!
Coinbase received criticism for its downtime & collaboration with security agencies. Bitcoin passed another “milestone”. Blockchain protocols are steering towards major upgrades and adjusting their offering.
We have collected 60 of the greatest blockchain tweets since Bitcoin’s launch in 12 different topics from Hal Finney’s tweet “Running Bitcoin” to insights into crypto valuation and token economics.
Crypto markets bounced significantly back. The blockchain industry went fully digital and awaits the Bitcoin halving. Some blockchain protocols already reduced their block rewards while others prepare to launch their networks.