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They also make mention of "a decentralized community, a decentralized hedge fund," and a potential airdrop of a token in the future. One of the worries they expressed is the ability of the centralized platforms to shut the group and its efforts down sans any warning, as the users are not in control.
They also make mention of "a decentralized community, a decentralized hedge fund," and a potential airdrop of a token in the future. One of the worries they expressed is the ability of the centralized platforms to shut the group and its efforts down sans any warning, as the users are not in control.
The problem: as the group sees it, to accomplish their goals and compete with large institutions, they utilized certain tools in important roles, but which they describe as "rudimentary, centralized, and prone to failure," including Robinhood, Discord, and Reddit
The problem: as the group sees it, to accomplish their goals and compete with large institutions, they utilized certain tools in important roles, but which they describe as "rudimentary, centralized, and prone to failure," including Robinhood, Discord, and Reddit
"A group of moderators from the subreddit behind GameStop (GME) short squeeze, which made the headlines across the globe, WallStreetBets (WBS), is now planning to take a path of decentralization and build a smart contract-based pool."
"A group of moderators from the subreddit behind GameStop (GME) short squeeze, which made the headlines across the globe, WallStreetBets (WBS), is now planning to take a path of decentralization and build a smart contract-based pool."
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