44 min

Programmable Tokenized Debt w/ Dharma Protocol's Nadav Hollander, Part 1 Flippening - For Crypto Investors

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Today’s conversation isn’t quite a documentary, but it isn’t just your average interview either. So I’m labeling this a "deep dive," and the topic is tokenized debt.
The Flippening Podcast is first and foremost for institutional investors, and I’m covering this topic because the dual issues of debt and lending are just too big to ignore and absolutely rife with investment opportunities. Many of which we talk about during this conversation.
My co-creator for this content is Nadav Hollander, who is the founder and CEO of Dharma: a platform for building borderless lending products with programmable tokenized debt.
This is the first of two episodes, in which we break down the topic of tokenized debt into five chapters. Today, you will hear the first few chapters of this conversation.
In chapter one, we discuss the history and origins of debt from the origin of the human species, up until around the year 2000. We also discuss the web 2.0 peer to peer lending solutions that preceded Dharma, such as prosper and lending club.
In the second chapter, we discuss the history and development of Crypto Asset Technology that has paved the way for programmable, tokenized debt. In chapter 3 we discuss we discuss how the Dharma protocol works and the 1st class operators within the system.
Note: This Episode of Flippening is Made Possible by REX BKC ETF
This podcast is brought to you by the REX BKC ETF. BKC is managed by Brian Kelly, a Cryptocurrency and Blockchain professional, CNBC contributor, Bitcoin author, and BK2Cents blog author.
Equity can add a different dimension to cryptocurrency investing. Just as gold miners need pans and wash-plants, cryptocurrency needs hardware, software, miners, and exchanges – Brain finds these companies trying to profit from the building the crypto infrastructure and puts them all in one fund, BKC.Please visit rexshares.com for more information on the ETF and to sign up for Brian Kelly’s blog - BK2Cents.
Investors should carefully consider the Fund’s investment objectives, risk factors including Cryptocurrency & Blockchain technology risk, charges and expenses before investing. This and other information can be found in the Fund’s prospectus at www.rexshares.com/bkc. Read it carefully before investing.
BKC is not suitable for all investors. Not all companies BKC invests in may have significant exposure to blockchain or cryptocurrency although it’s the focus of the fund. The advisor’s judgments may be wrong and lead to loss of principal. Distributed by Foreside Fund Services, LLC. For more information, please visit rexshares.com
Note: This Episode of Flippening is Made Possible by Nomics' free Cryptocurrency and Bitcoin API.
The Nomics API offers squeaky clean and normalized primary source cryptocurrency trade data offered through fast and modern endpoints. Instead of having to integrate with a bunch of exchange APIs of varying quality, you can get everything through one screaming fast firehose. If you’ve found that you or your developer has to spend too much time cleaning up and maintaining cryptoasset datasets, instead of identifying investing/trading opportunities . . . or if you’re tired of interpolated data and want raw primary source trades delivered simply and consistently, with top-notch support and SLAs, then check us out at Nomics.com.

Today’s conversation isn’t quite a documentary, but it isn’t just your average interview either. So I’m labeling this a "deep dive," and the topic is tokenized debt.
The Flippening Podcast is first and foremost for institutional investors, and I’m covering this topic because the dual issues of debt and lending are just too big to ignore and absolutely rife with investment opportunities. Many of which we talk about during this conversation.
My co-creator for this content is Nadav Hollander, who is the founder and CEO of Dharma: a platform for building borderless lending products with programmable tokenized debt.
This is the first of two episodes, in which we break down the topic of tokenized debt into five chapters. Today, you will hear the first few chapters of this conversation.
In chapter one, we discuss the history and origins of debt from the origin of the human species, up until around the year 2000. We also discuss the web 2.0 peer to peer lending solutions that preceded Dharma, such as prosper and lending club.
In the second chapter, we discuss the history and development of Crypto Asset Technology that has paved the way for programmable, tokenized debt. In chapter 3 we discuss we discuss how the Dharma protocol works and the 1st class operators within the system.
Note: This Episode of Flippening is Made Possible by REX BKC ETF
This podcast is brought to you by the REX BKC ETF. BKC is managed by Brian Kelly, a Cryptocurrency and Blockchain professional, CNBC contributor, Bitcoin author, and BK2Cents blog author.
Equity can add a different dimension to cryptocurrency investing. Just as gold miners need pans and wash-plants, cryptocurrency needs hardware, software, miners, and exchanges – Brain finds these companies trying to profit from the building the crypto infrastructure and puts them all in one fund, BKC.Please visit rexshares.com for more information on the ETF and to sign up for Brian Kelly’s blog - BK2Cents.
Investors should carefully consider the Fund’s investment objectives, risk factors including Cryptocurrency & Blockchain technology risk, charges and expenses before investing. This and other information can be found in the Fund’s prospectus at www.rexshares.com/bkc. Read it carefully before investing.
BKC is not suitable for all investors. Not all companies BKC invests in may have significant exposure to blockchain or cryptocurrency although it’s the focus of the fund. The advisor’s judgments may be wrong and lead to loss of principal. Distributed by Foreside Fund Services, LLC. For more information, please visit rexshares.com
Note: This Episode of Flippening is Made Possible by Nomics' free Cryptocurrency and Bitcoin API.
The Nomics API offers squeaky clean and normalized primary source cryptocurrency trade data offered through fast and modern endpoints. Instead of having to integrate with a bunch of exchange APIs of varying quality, you can get everything through one screaming fast firehose. If you’ve found that you or your developer has to spend too much time cleaning up and maintaining cryptoasset datasets, instead of identifying investing/trading opportunities . . . or if you’re tired of interpolated data and want raw primary source trades delivered simply and consistently, with top-notch support and SLAs, then check us out at Nomics.com.

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