Crypto projects have begun to use token buybacks as a way to transfer value to token holders. Projects like Maker, Yearn, Binance, and even Ethereum (after EIP-1559 goes live), are all experimenting with their own unique spin on buybacks with their own unique trade-offs. In the stock market, share buybacks
Last week I analyzed Maker's business metrics, and explained why I think their business should be valued using traditional equity valuation methods. How Much Is Maker Worth?A couple weeks ago, I shared a post[https://www.kevinrooke.blog/maker-essential-resilient-profitable/] outliningthe properties that I find interesting about the Maker protocol.
Last week I wrote this piece about changes to institutional Bitcoin holdings so far in 2021. The broad theme has been that institutions continue to accumulate Bitcoin, and that they are generally holding the asset for the long run. Between the 56 public companies, private companies, and various funds that
Maker is a fascinating protocol that serves as essential infrastructure for much of today's DeFi ecosystem. Not only does it enable lending, borrowing, betting, investing and other crypto applications that require access to stablecoins, it has also proven to be resilient to market shocks and regulatory issues since it launched