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Weekly deep dives on the most important themes in crypto - from decentralized finance to governance.

Learn from developers and investors at the forefront of crypto with host by Jason Choi (@mrjasonchoi). Not financial advice.

Nov 26, 2019

Polkadot, to be launched in 2020, is a project helmed by Ethereum co-creator Gavin Wood.

Its token design incorporates multiple ideas seen throughout the brief history of cryptoassets: work/stake token, fee token, token burns and "medallion"-like use cases.

Web 3 Foundation's Jack Platt joins me in breaking down the...


Nov 18, 2019

With the launch of its most important update to date, Maker is setting its sights on evolving beyond the niche crypto industry to take on the traditional banking world. Founder Rune Christensen joins me again to discuss:

  • What is MCD and why is it important?
  • How Maker intends to scale beyond crypto
  • Rune's thoughts on...


Nov 10, 2019

Privacy is a fundamental right and crucial for the world of crypto - so why are some investors betting against privacy coins? Multicoin Capital's lead analyst Ryan Gentry joins me in discussing:

  • Why privacy is a feature, not a product
  • Bearish thesis for Monero & ZCash
  • How Bitcoin & Ethereum can achieve...


The Bear Case for Privacy Cryptocurrencies | Ryan Gentry, Multicoin Capital, Ep. 76

Nov 10, 2019

Privacy is a fundamental right and crucial for the world of crypto - so why are some investors betting against privacy coins? Multicoin Capital's lead analyst Ryan Gentry joins me in discussing:

  • Why privacy is a feature, not a product
  • Bearish thesis for Monero & ZCash
  • How Bitcoin & Ethereum can achieve...


Nov 7, 2019

It's almost 2020 - Ethereum is seeing traction in DeFi, but ETH's price has tumbled from above $1,000 to under $200, and ICOs have pretty much died. Is there still a bull case for ETH?

Ethereum bull Ryan Sean Adams of Mythos Capital joins me in discussing:

  • ETH vs. BTC's monetary premium
  • Whether the "world computer"...