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ConsenSys Launches its Cryptoeconomic Research Hub

The analysis and content from the ConsenSys Cryptoeconomics team will focus on token engineering, DAO and Web3 participation, and on-chain investment strategy.  
by ConsenSysFebruary 10, 2022
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Crypto adoption growth is massive and accelerating. At the same time, the transition between the legacy web and Web 3.0 can be confusing, labyrinthian, and incredibly fast-paced.  Access to timely and insightful resources is essential when learning about a new, world-changing asset class.  

To help bring operators, investors, and developers up to speed, ConsenSys is thrilled to launch its Cryptoeconomics Research Library.  This resource serves to educate all types of readers, from sophisticated crypto natives to new entrants across the world of institutions, protocols, and DAOs. –

Here are examples of reports you will see going forward:

DeFi Market Commentary

Analysis of the Decentralized Finance market, including a market overview and commentary on new developments.

Fundamental Protocol Research

Reports that explore DeFi protocols and how they address the pressing issues within the DeFi ecosystem.

Layer 2 Scaling Solutions

Reports that focus on the growing Ethereum scaling ecosystem, synthesizing data-driven analysis, news, and industry context.

DeFi Protocol Governance Reports

Reports that summarize the most important governance events across major onchain protocols. We highlight significant proposals, voting metrics, protocol and ecosystem impact, and key takeaways.

Tokenomics Research

Reports that give investors insight into the token economics of various projects within a specific subcategory of crypto—including an overview of the project and token utility.

If you have any questions or suggestions, we’d love to hear from you. Please email [email protected]

The Cryptoeconomic Research Team