PROPRIETARY & PUBLIC RESEARCH
Fran Strajnar of Techemy and Anthony Sassano of TokenSets discuss the evolution and challenges of Decentralised Finance (DeFi). Run by programmable code, DeFi reduces friction and capital inefficiency and offers the possibility of higher yields. “Money and value are now woven into the fabric of the internet. DeFi has created an environment where liquidity is abundant and risk is manageable. This is appealing to many investor classes, but they seek professional managers to to the trading for them. That’s where TCap and TokenSets come in”.
Official announcement of the partnership with TokenSets and the release of a suite of DeFi-based managed products to help investors tap into the Open Finance ecosystem.
Techemy Capital provides a high-level overview of the risks and hedging tools that you can use to manage your investments.
There are risks associated with using the different DeFi / Open Finance protocols on Ethereum and these risks should be considered before interacting and investing with any of these apps. This article outlines all of the risks that you should be aware of when using the TokenSets platform and interacting with the Set Protocol contracts so that you can make more informed decisions when buying a Set.
DeFi (short for Decentralised Finance) is a blanket term used to describe the industry of financial services – payments, lending, trading and more – provided through decentralized platforms on public blockchains. As opposed to highly centralised traditional financial institutions, these applications (known as dApps) are not controlled by a single entity, which enables for higher transparency, safety and cost reduction. In February 2019, the DeFi industry exceeded $1 billion in assets locked in DeFi protocols by users.
In a world going to negative interest rates and no cash many traditional safe havens are turned on their head. From billionaires buying farms and building bunkers in New Zealand to investing in fresh water, this report with Valiendero Digital Assets explores the new paradigm of value. Rather than make price predictions for either bitcoin or gold, this report explores what the function, rather than the form, of a 21st century safe haven should be.
This report looks at ongoing activity in US money markets and the Federal Reserve’s monetary mechanisms compared to the developments of MakerDAO in Ethereum-based Decentralized Finance (DeFi) which continues to move closer to real-world utility.
With many new entrants, the stablecoin market is currently in an exploratory phase, with no single stability mechanism available that satisfies all the requirements of potential stakeholders. Download this groundbreaking Techemy Capital report now to access compelling new insights into this critical sector and its likely long term evolution.
A Bitcoin ETF continues to elude the US public, but does the market really need one – plus, what are the mechanics behind ETFs and the implications for digital assets?
With the Security Token market projected to reach US$5 trillion by 2022, this report provides a top-level overview of the current STO ecosystem – identifying significant opportunities in the sector both for investors and those interested in capital raising via tokenising assets.
A guide to the landscape of digital value in an era of public, private, national and corporate currencies – with featured strategies for investing in digital privacy and scarcity as a hedge against negative interest rates and Modern Monetary Theory.