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"The Curve Wars were only the first chapter in the battle for liquidity in DeFi. Tokemak is positioned to bring the fight to a massive new scale."
"The Curve Wars were only the first chapter in the battle for liquidity in DeFi. Tokemak is positioned to bring the fight to a massive new scale."
I'm still trying to wrap my head around Tokemax and the liquidity solutions they can offer to long tail assets. This read helped me a bit. Thanks for posting
I'm still trying to wrap my head around Tokemax and the liquidity solutions they can offer to long tail assets. This read helped me a bit. Thanks for posting
So I am also trying to grok this. I guess the idea is by pulling for a bigger slice of control various actors are in effect setting the standards. I wonder what a complex meta/tertiary arbitrage of these values would look like or do. I remember a piece from the last year about DeFi getting "weird" and I think that these kinds of 2nd, 3rdn, nth order effects are a part of that. Fixed returns but variable locks. Variable returns but fixed locks. Maybe variable variables are next and the fight, gargantuan interests jostling over HOW the variables vary.
So I am also trying to grok this. I guess the idea is by pulling for a bigger slice of control various actors are in effect setting the standards. I wonder what a complex meta/tertiary arbitrage of these values would look like or do. I remember a piece from the last year about DeFi getting "weird" and I think that these kinds of 2nd, 3rdn, nth order effects are a part of that. Fixed returns but variable locks. Variable returns but fixed locks. Maybe variable variables are next and the fight, gargantuan interests jostling over HOW the variables vary.
Not an exact match (and a little dated) but probably relevant for context. “For the uninformed, those that possess the most CRV win the game. It’s as simple as this. While we don’t exactly know what this game will develop into - or even why we play it - we have a rough idea of it.” [https://theknower.substack.com/p/the-curve-wars-rage-on?s=09](https://theknower.substack.com/p/the-curve-wars-rage-on?s=09)
Not an exact match (and a little dated) but probably relevant for context. “For the uninformed, those that possess the most CRV win the game. It’s as simple as this. While we don’t exactly know what this game will develop into - or even why we play it - we have a rough idea of it.” [https://theknower.substack.com/p/the-curve-wars-rage-on?s=09](https://theknower.substack.com/p/the-curve-wars-rage-on?s=09)
Thanks Dr J. That was helpful 🙏
Thanks Dr J. That was helpful 🙏
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