1. Fees/cashflow

Ethereum generates a lot of fees itself, as a platform, and supports a variety of decentralized yield/fee-generating products in its ecosystem.

These products are mostly for trading tokens, called decentralized exchanges (DEXs). These are daily fees that are remitted/awarded directly to participants.

Yes, crypto has cashflow now.

I think there is a lot to like about the project on the surface. A lot of thinking has gone into the project in terms of technical design, roadmap, etc.

There is intellectual horsepower behind the project and it’s certainly a lot more legit than a ton of projects. Just the fact that they are basing their Smart Contract language on Haskell was enough to get my inner geek excited.

HOWEVER, if there is one thing that 10 years in the technology industry has taught me, it is that better…

Disclaimer: I am not a financial advisor. Please do your own due diligence when it comes to crypto-investing. Never put in money that you cannot afford to lose. Cryptocurrency markets are extremely volatile. Invest at your own risk.

“In the business world, the rearview mirror is always clearer than the windshield.” ~Warren Buffett~

I’ve figured this indicator is an easy way to indicate where to…

Alireza Seifi

Payment Engineer, Entrepreneur, #cryptoholic, NOT_A_FINANCIAL_ADVISOR

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