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Welcome back to another episode of your weekly Dose of DeFi 👋
The place where we keep you, the builders and investors, up to date with all that goes on in this ecosystem!
What we cover in today's podcast:
Today we cover three very similar topics all with the undertone of tokenised ownership and how it's the best coordination tool since equity!
We start from a theoretical standpoint with an amazing write-up from Julien (Investor at Fabric Ventures). We discuss Julien's post, why we think it's interesting and our learnings from it!
Then we go deep into this topic as we consider governance challenges already emerging within the decentralized finance protocols pioneering these mechanisms, such as Compound, Balancer, Curve and Ampleforth.
Give someone a dollar, and they will help you for a day. Give them tokenised ownership, and they will be on your side for a lifetime.
Julien Thevenard’s post:
To dive more into the governance elements here, you can explore the Bankless post Brice mentioned during the podcast:
You can find the documentation about the Curve DAO & token here.
AMPL - one of the most fascinating economic experiments we've ever come across!
Check out this video to learn more about it:
Here are some resources to help you learn more about it’s token and its incentivised Uniswap pool (AMPL Geyser):
TL;DR - The AMPL Geyser distributes AMPL tokens from the ecosystem fund to those who provide liquidity on Uniswap V2. The more liquidity you provide, and for longer, the greater share of the AMPL pool you receive.
The AMPL pool in the Geyser unlocks gradually over time, and stakers receive share over the unlocked AMPL over time.
Official AMPL Basics Introduction
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Aave is an open-source, non-custodial protocol for money market creation.
Aave offers some of the best rates in DeFi for lending and borrowing your digital assets, launched in January, it’s also one of the fastest-growing protocols!
If you’d like to borrow digital assets or have them and would like to lend them out, check out Aave here.
Aave is also a modularised financial primitive, what we in DeFi like to call a Money Lego 🧱
If you’re a developer and would like to integrate Aave into your application, check out the docs here.
Thank you all for reading and listening, we'll see you next week!
- Abel & TokenBrice ❤️