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Defi?
#21
(2020-02-28, 04:00 PM)Carsten Wrote: Yes as I said don't think Defi is the Devi project.....it's two different projects.

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https://medium.com/swlh/defi-2025-unsecu...4262507cc9
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#23
(2020-03-14, 03:24 PM)Hugues Wrote: https://medium.com/swlh/defi-2025-unsecu...4262507cc9

Damn it's a long article. I have to bookmark it.
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(2020-03-15, 09:15 AM)Carsten Wrote:
(2020-03-14, 03:24 PM)Hugues Wrote: https://medium.com/swlh/defi-2025-unsecu...4262507cc9

Damn it's a long article. I have to bookmark it.

Yes but quite interesting.
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#25
A New Form of Tokenized BTC Coming to ETH in Matter of Weeks: All Signs Point to it Becoming a MCD Collateral Type Soon
tBTC, which basically allows BTC holders to create a tokenized form of BTC on the Ethereum network. The BTC is protected using a security bond: ETH: Every 1 BTC is backed by ETH worth 150% of BTC's value (plus BTC).......

https://www.reddit.com/r/MakerDAO/commen...to_eth_in/
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(2020-04-05, 09:56 AM)Hugues Wrote: A New Form of Tokenized BTC Coming to ETH in Matter of Weeks: All Signs Point to it Becoming a MCD Collateral Type Soon
tBTC, which basically allows BTC holders to create a tokenized form of BTC on the Ethereum network. The BTC is protected using a security bond: ETH: Every 1 BTC is backed by ETH worth 150% of BTC's value (plus BTC).......

https://www.reddit.com/r/MakerDAO/commen...to_eth_in/

I don't understand that idea. Why would you put your BTC on the ETH blockchain? Makes no sense at all.
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(2020-04-05, 11:41 AM)Carsten Wrote:
(2020-04-05, 09:56 AM)Hugues Wrote: A New Form of Tokenized BTC Coming to ETH in Matter of Weeks: All Signs Point to it Becoming a MCD Collateral Type Soon
tBTC, which basically allows BTC holders to create a tokenized form of BTC on the Ethereum network. The BTC is protected using a security bond: ETH: Every 1 BTC is backed by ETH worth 150% of BTC's value (plus BTC).......

https://www.reddit.com/r/MakerDAO/commen...to_eth_in/

I don't understand that idea. Why would you put your BTC on the ETH blockchain? Makes no sense at all.

Of course it makes sense.
There are lots of use cases. This is one: https://www.wbtc.network/

https://medium.com/coinmonks/tokenized-b...d30eea8c76

You could tokenize whatever you want, wherever you want, whenever you want, ...

https://cointelegraph.com/explained/toke...-explained
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#28
A lot of things yes, but bitcoin it's is a stupid idea to tokenize and I can't imagine many would do so. First of all the concept is complicated to explain and second I trust my bitcoin wallet more than a smartcontract on the eth blockchain.
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(2020-04-05, 03:07 PM)Carsten Wrote: A lot of things yes, but bitcoin it's is a stupid idea to tokenize and I can't imagine many would do so. First of all the concept is complicated to explain and second I trust my bitcoin wallet more than a smartcontract on the eth blockchain.

In that case DEFI is not for you.
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#30
(2020-04-05, 08:16 PM)Hugues Wrote:
(2020-04-05, 03:07 PM)Carsten Wrote: A lot of things yes, but bitcoin it's is a stupid idea to tokenize and I can't imagine many would do so. First of all the concept is complicated to explain and second I trust my bitcoin wallet more than a smartcontract on the eth blockchain.

In that case DEFI is not for you.

No in this case it's not.
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