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Crypto and digital assets; the week’s news and events in the rear vision mirror. Keeping it simple and hypothesising about what these events might mean to our favourite assets and to us as humans living into the digital world. Enjoy two blokes chatting one from a fund management viewpoint (Deryck Graham) and one deeper dive tech (Nitin Gaur). Let the chat and banter begin and remember feel free to contribute to future topics and to leave comments.

Beyond Bitcoin Deryck Graham

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Crypto and digital assets; the week’s news and events in the rear vision mirror. Keeping it simple and hypothesising about what these events might mean to our favourite assets and to us as humans living into the digital world. Enjoy two blokes chatting one from a fund management viewpoint (Deryck Graham) and one deeper dive tech (Nitin Gaur). Let the chat and banter begin and remember feel free to contribute to future topics and to leave comments.

    Beyond Bitcoin Ep 55 (audio) - Big investment, banking and administrative institutions see digital assets as both threat and opportunity...

    Beyond Bitcoin Ep 55 (audio) - Big investment, banking and administrative institutions see digital assets as both threat and opportunity...

    Big investment, banking and administrative institutions see digital assets as both threat and opportunity and are seeking to be central and relevant in a space which is largely decentralised.  Will this work in the long term?

     

    Resistance is Futile, you will be assimilated. Words from the Borg to the small Star Ship "Blockchain" but will institutions try to assimilate blockchain solutions or will the technology ultimately be too efficient for them to compete?  This week we discussed the entry of the big institutional exchanges, fund managers and administrators and see if their engagement in the DLT world is part of the legacy transition of the technology and the generations that are using it or a long-term claim to maintain the relevance of the giants in the digital realm.

    • 39 min
    • video
    Beyond Bitcoin Ep 55 (video) - Big investment, banking and administrative institutions see digital assets as both threat and opportunity...

    Beyond Bitcoin Ep 55 (video) - Big investment, banking and administrative institutions see digital assets as both threat and opportunity...

    Big investment, banking and administrative institutions see digital assets as both threat and opportunity and are seeking to be central and relevant in a space which is largely decentralised.  Will this work in the long term?

     

    Resistance is Futile, you will be assimilated. Words from the Borg to the small Star Ship "Blockchian" but will institutions try to assimilate blockchain solutions or will the technology ultimately be too efficient for them to compete?  This week we discussed the entry of the big institutional exchanges, fund managers and administrators and see if their engagement in the DLT world is part of the legacy transition of the technology and the generations that are using it or a long-term claim to maintain the relevance of the giants in the digital realm.

    • 39 min
    Beyond Bitcoin Ep 54 (audio) -The Eth Merge, and the arrival of intuitional grade “equities-like” trading platforms for crypto.

    Beyond Bitcoin Ep 54 (audio) -The Eth Merge, and the arrival of intuitional grade “equities-like” trading platforms for crypto.

    The Eth Merge, and the arrival of intuitional grade “equities-like” trading platforms for crypto.  Are these tipping points for large amounts of liquidity to enter the realm of crypto assets?

     

    At just US$1trillion capitalisation crypto-assets are the smallest asset class of the big 5, so small that the challenge will be absorbing large volumes of investment when it comes.  Today we discuss both the merge and what impact big inflows might cause.  Join Deryck Graham and Nitin Gaur for a quick tech discussion on Eth Merge and a thesis on what could it mean when too many trillions chase crypto.

    • 29 min
    • video
    Beyond Bitcoin Ep 54 (video) -The Eth Merge, and the arrival of intuitional grade “equities-like” trading platforms for crypto.

    Beyond Bitcoin Ep 54 (video) -The Eth Merge, and the arrival of intuitional grade “equities-like” trading platforms for crypto.

    The Eth Merge, and the arrival of intuitional grade “equities-like” trading platforms for crypto.  Are these tipping points for large amounts of liquidity to enter the realm of crypto assets?

     

    At just US$1trillion capitalisation crypto-assets are the smallest asset class of the big 5, so small that the challenge will be absorbing large volumes of investment when it comes.  Today we discuss both the merge and what impact big inflows might cause.  Join Deryck Graham and Nitin Gaur for a quick tech discussion on Eth Merge and a thesis on what could it mean when too many trillions chase crypto.

    • 29 min
    Beyond Bitcoin Ep 53 (audio) - As the Merge Block arrives (7days from publication) we ask ourselves is ETH a security now, are centralised companies going to dominate transactions?

    Beyond Bitcoin Ep 53 (audio) - As the Merge Block arrives (7days from publication) we ask ourselves is ETH a security now, are centralised companies going to dominate transactions?

    As the Merge Block arrives (7days from publication) we ask ourselves is ETH a security now, are centralised companies going to dominate transactions and what does this mean to investors and users?

     

    The Ethereum 2.0 upgrade will bring with it a switch from Proof of Work to Proof of Stake. Already $21 billion of Eth is locked up and returning validators at 4.56%.  JPMorgan Chase estimates that by 2025 Ethereum 2.0 could create a $40-billion staking industry.  But OFAC sanctions, the threat of censorship and MAV inefficiencies lay waiting to be exploited or resolved.

     

    • 35 min
    • video
    Beyond Bitcoin Ep 53 (video) - As the Merge Block arrives (7days from publication) we ask ourselves is ETH a security now, are centralised companies going to dominate transactions?

    Beyond Bitcoin Ep 53 (video) - As the Merge Block arrives (7days from publication) we ask ourselves is ETH a security now, are centralised companies going to dominate transactions?

    As the Merge Block arrives (7days from publication) we ask ourselves is ETH a security now, are centralised companies going to dominate transactions and what does this mean to investors and users?

     

    The Ethereum 2.0 upgrade will bring with it a switch from Proof of Work to Proof of Stake. Already $21 billion of Eth is locked up and returning validators at 4.56%.  JPMorgan Chase estimates that by 2025 Ethereum 2.0 could create a $40-billion staking industry.  But OFAC sanctions, the threat of censorship and MAV inefficiencies lay waiting to be exploited or resolved.

    • 35 min

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