I published an article on public key infrastructure and how it will impact custody and fund management today 1. I thought I might as well read it for you on my podcast.
I was having a bit of a hiatus, but I think I’ve quite a decent excuse, because I was extremely busy. Apart from my other project I was working on the Bancor release v2.1 where I was retained to write the economic analysis paper. This was actually very exciting, and I will make a podcast or two about it I promise. More exciting however is my new Botcast project which I believe is a world first: all TheShortSTOry podcasts will be available via a Telegram chatbot. This bot is, not unsurprisingly, called @TheShortSTOrybot. Go check it out!
Today we will be discussing the second part of the Uniswap paper . If you found yesterday’s episode a bit dry, worry not. This one is more fun and economics, the mathematics stuff is mostly over. We are now moving on to the economics implications, and those are very interesting. Also honorable mentions of Sushiswap .
I am currently working quite heavily on formalising my understanding of Uniswap and Uniswap-style pools like the infamous Sushiswap pool that provided a fair amount of drama over the weekend. So instead of a news podcast today a short podcast on those two papers. The first one is simply a collection of important formulas , and the second one is a series of charts showing how Uniswap pools prices change with the volume .
Today’s podcast is with Jeff Bandman , principal at Bandman Advisors [2,3] and an esteemed colleague at University of Nicosia where he is teaching a course on blockchain regulations . He is an expert on regulations, in particular in the US, and today we will be talking about SEC’s exciting move to extend the definition of accredited investors [5,6,7]
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