Peeking Into The Future
Dissecting All Things Web3, Crypto, & Blockchain
Monetary Authority of Singapore has introduced new concepts such as "Purpose Bound Money" and "Trust Anchors" in its attempt at Centralised DeFi. How do these even work and what are its implications?
A framework for conceptualising opportunities for revenue generation through demand and supply drivers. Visualising value creation and flows between the various layers in the DeFi ecosystem.
How crypto platforms such as Brave and Steemit have built a business by addressing the untapped market for user privacy in today's heavily ad-based internet.
Contextualising various Web3 technologies through exploring the ecosystem as well as technology stack. The series starts with a high level overview and eventually covers specific use cases and implementations.
Why there is going to be an explosion of stablecoin variants and why the USD peg dominance won't last. How web3 modularity ensures users are not forced into a specific monetary system.
A look at how decentralised identity is building the rails for a more equitable internet by enabling users to reclaim control of their digital identities. Why this is also a key primitive to avoid crypto hyper-financialisation.
A series of articles looking into a new AMM solution proposed by the DeFi pioneers aimed at solving impermanent loss. This includes an analysis of the solution design, key concepts, as well as protocol tokenomics.
Web3 is divisive precisely because of how it reconfigures power between individuals and institutions. How Web3 is changing the political landscape through redefining violence, security, and ownership.
A look at the 3 key characteristics of money and how these apply to cryptocurrency valuation: store of value, medium of exchange, and unit of account. Why crypto is set to transfer significant value to the end users.
A step-by-step smart contract walkthrough of the Bancor3 solution. This includes UML diagrams and guides throughout all the various protocol processes from token whitelisting to withdrawals claims.
A comprehensive guide to launching a token utilising the latestEthereum development tools. Covers usage of Openzeppelin contracts, Hardhat, Ethers.js, Metamask, and IPFS.
A guide to signing into web services using an Ethereum account. This includes signing in using your Metamask wallet on the client and validating the session on the Express server.