What does the future architecture of blockchains look like? We already have rollups as a separate execution layer emerging out from the general purpose blockchain. Newer technologies promise further modular separation of data availability, consensus, and settlement. Will this happen? Will blo...
The Big Question As an incubator in the crypto space, we have been mulling over the following question: How can we effectively measure customer satisfaction while retaining privacy and pseudonymity? As iteration maximalists focused on quickly identifying whether there may be product market fit,...
We find ourselves in the middle of a changing of the guard, an artistic revolution driven by a distribution of the memes of production to the masses.
What is 2023 going to do with the heap of ragged degens and bloody port balances that it inherited from its predecessor?
In this post we dive into a few recent examples of capital efficient models that don't amplify risk, and in some cases actually reduce it.
Blockchain product design needs to embrace its user-centric roots - where simplicity rules - and the projects below are making strides where it matters most.
If a protocol is advertising itself as a “capital efficient solution to ____”, it’s worth asking yourself what the tradeoffs are.