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CryptoEconomic Research

  • Aptos Blockchain Ft
    Aptos Blockchain Ft
    Aptos: A highly scalable and decidedly modular Layer 1 blockchain
    Aptos is a highly scalable and decidedly modular Layer 1 blockchain that leverages many novel approaches to transaction flow, parallel execution, and the transaction processing lifecycle to achieve high levels of throughput and low latency.
    by David ShuttleworthSeptember 30, 2022
  • DeFi Protocol Governance Report   September Week 4
    DeFi Protocol Governance Report   September Week 4
    DeFi Protocol Governance Report | September 2022 | Week 4
    This week we look into proposals covering a Turkish Lira synth being added to Synthetix; a Llama DAO treasury collaboration with Aave; Sushi's vote on their next Head Chef; and more!
    by Laurence Smith, Cameron ODonnellSeptember 30, 2022
  • Atlendis DeFi Protocol Ft
    Atlendis DeFi Protocol Ft
    Atlendis: A Lending Protocol Enabling Borrowers to Access Crypto Loans Without Collateral
    Atlendis addresses capital inefficiencies in the DeFi lending market by enabling uncollateralized crypto loans for institutional borrowers while offering lenders attractive returns and flexibility in managing their risk
    by James ChungSeptember 30, 2022
  • Cryptoeconomic Research DeFi Market Commentary Sep 2022
    Cryptoeconomic Research DeFi Market Commentary Sep 2022
    DeFi Market Commentary | September 2022
    An analysis of DeFi market conditions in September 2022
    by Michiel MilanovicSeptember 29, 2022
  • DeFi Protocol Governance Report
    DeFi Protocol Governance Report
    DeFi Protocol Governance Report | September 2022 | Week 3
    This week Maker sets a target budget, Aave updates risk parameters, Lido looks to engage a head of legal, and more!
    by Laurence Smith, Cameron ODonnellSeptember 23, 2022
  • Impact of the Merge on Institutions
    Impact of the Merge on Institutions
    The Impact of the Merge on Institutions
    The Merge will make fundamental changes to the Ethereum network such as improving sustainability and security, setting it up for scalability, and offering an attractive real yield on staking. All these changes will make Ethereum more attractive to institutional investors.
    by Clemens Wan, Simran Jagdev, Yan Lin Fu, Nicole AdarmeSeptember 9, 2022
  • Merge Report Blog 4
    Merge Report Blog 4
    Why Ethereum is Poised for Growth: A Look at Network Valuation
    With the Merge on the horizon, we are exploring factors that ensure Ethereum’s long-term growth. In this post, we take a look at how Ethereum’s valuation compares with that of other Layer 1 networks.
    by Ivan Bakrac, Simran JagdevSeptember 8, 2022
  • Merge Report Blog 3
    Merge Report Blog 3
    Why Ethereum is Poised for Growth: A Look at Network Security
    Security of crypto investments is a top concern for institutional investors. The Merge enhances security through increased network participation and decentralization.
    by David Shuttleworth, Ivan Bakrac, Ryan Ho, Simran JagdevSeptember 7, 2022
  • Merge Report Blog 2
    Merge Report Blog 2
    Why Ethereum is Poised for Growth: A Look at Network Activity
    The Ethereum community and the CoreDevs are building the network for the long term, and trends in network activity including network usage, active Ethereum addresses, daily transactions point to the network’s popularity.
    by David Shuttleworth, Simran JagdevSeptember 7, 2022