Is it the election, the pandemic, the rapidly declining U.S. dollar, or the combination of the stimulus we’ve seen over the last few months and the fact that all assets are rising at the moment?
Welcome to the U.S. elections – day one.
The situation is quite fluid, but at the time of this writing, Democrat Joe Biden is in the lead both in the popular vote and in confirmed electoral votes.
You’ve found an investment that looks right, and you’re about to pull the trigger. But how do you know you’re getting the best APR? Yearn Finance aims to solve this challenge.
Many of you may not have noticed, but the Bitcoin network has been running a bit slow lately.
Of the many metrics we can use to visualize the throughput of the legacy blockchain, the average block time is probably the most dramatic.
Normally it would be around this time that analysts, including myself, would be frantically writing simple guides on “how to trade the elections,” but in many ways this particular election is truly unique.
In our recent Boston Blockchain Association Online Meetup, we hosted John Sarson of Sarson Funds, and he said something that really resonated with me.
Yield farming is emerging as one of the most popular ways investors can earn investment income on their digital asset investments.
The growing DeFi market is creating new ways for individuals across the globe to invest in a broad range of assets. Synthetix, for example, tokenizes stocks, indices, commodities to bridge the gap between the traditional financial markets and digital assets.
Well, it’s the last weekend before the great election, and wouldn’t you know it, the scariest holiday on the calendar. …
To build long-term wealth, we use a concept called steady-drip investing.
Each month, we tuck away a little bit of money, and invest it into a blend of traditional and digital investments (the stock market and the block market).