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Latest Insight Reports and White Papers

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    A Guide to CBDCs for Central Banks
    A CBDC FAQ addressing questions around payments, monetary and financial stability, CBDC functionalities, technology, infrastructure, and further innovations for Central Banks.
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    The Q4 2020 Ethereum DeFi Report
    A review and analysis of DeFi protocols and performance in Q4 2020 by ConsenSys Codefi.
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    The Q3 2020 Ethereum DeFi Report
    A review and analysis of DeFi protocols and performance in Q3 2020 by ConsenSys Codefi.
  • Q2 2020 Ethereum DeFi Report
    The Q2 2020 Ethereum DeFi Report
    A review and analysis of DeFi protocols and performance in Q2 2020 by ConsenSys Codefi.
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    Ethereum Proof of Work Mining Report
    This report provides insights into the performance of Proof of Work and mining on the Ethereum network since its launch in 2015. The report identifies relevant on- and off-chain events and analyzes how PoW and miners responded to and were affected by network changes.
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    The Complete Guide to Blockchain Business Networks
    This guide is designed for enterprises that want to understand the proven benefits of decentralized networks for business use cases and how they compare to traditional business networks.

Technical Blockchain Reports from ConsenSys Research

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    Measuring Blockchain Decentralization
    Part 3 of the ConsenSys Research Interoperability Series. Originally delivered as a talk at Devcon V, this article identifies and quantifies metrics of decentralization on the Ethereum mainnet with visualizations and robust data.
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    The Maximally Decentralized Blockchain Settlement Layer
    Part 2 of the ConsenSys Research Interoperability Series (Part 1: Avoiding Blockchain Balkanization). A look at the longstanding dangers of protocol maximalism and the improbability of one blockchain arising as universally superior. This article situates the “settlement” argument—the viewpoint that the future will be comprised of a multitude of different blockchains, all of which are underpinned by a maximally-decentralized protocol.
  • A Balkanized Future
    Avoiding Blockchain Balkanization
    Part 1 of the ConsenSys Research Interoperability Series. A historical look at the evolution of the Internet and the emergence of siloed and disparate protocols. This piece explores early industry warnings about the dangers of balkanization and looks at the blockchain industry’s worrisome adoption towards a similar mindset.

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