DeFi (decentralized finance) is an innovative technology movement that is primarily being built on the decentralized blockchain Ethereum. Every week, "Trust Bubble with Chris Blec" will discuss the good, the bad & the ugly of DeFi. Controversial, unfiltered and independent - you won't hear DeFi views like this anywhere else.
This is a recording of a DeFi Q&A that took place in Twitter Spaces on 1 June 2021.
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April 29, 2021
Good: THORchain has launched their product allowing native crypto-to-crypto swaps. How is their decentralized solution different from the rest?
Bad: Polygon aka Matic uses a 2-of-3 multisig admin key to allow upgradability, however this key may also be capable of jeopardizing the security of the network.
Ugly: The theft of funds from Uranium Finance in the past week highlights the risks that come with cheap & rapid ...
Good: Loopring announced Ethport, which will give Layer 2 users the ability to interact with Layer 1 smart contracts (i.e. Yearn, Compound, Synthetix, etc) with their Layer 2 funds. Mind-blowing stuff.
Bad: Uniswap told users that their new v3 protocol would be protected by a Business Source License, prohibiting anyone from copying it, however refuses to tell the governance community who will be enforcing the license.
Ugly: EasyFi N...
On the first episode of Trust Bubble, Chris Blec looks at the good, the bad and the ugly of this week in DeFi.
Good: BadgerDAO's guarded release of a new WBTC vault may be signalling the beginning of the end of DeFi's reckless "test in prod" mentality. (https://badgerdao.com)
Bad: A lot of people aped into DeFi project FEI without understanding how it worked. When will DeFi users start taking responsibility for thei...
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