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Outsmarting Risk with Rysk

Outsmarting Risk with Rysk

2022-10-0601:11:16

In this new GoodWill Yunting episode, we have the brilliant, options gurus Ugolino, Jib, and Degeneral of the incredible protocol that Yunt was an investor in, Rysk Finance. Rysk Finance is a complex new protocol that uses options strategies to create uncorrelated yield for users. Our friends from Rysk break down how this is possible, their big-brain DHV vault, in what ways yield searchers and degen traders can use Rysk, and much more. They help break down what options are, what beta is, and how they can be utilized to create uncorrelated yields in crypto. We also discuss on-chain options as they stand, how they could look in the future, what Rysk is looking to build out in the future, and the future of yield and options in DeFi. We then move onto their view of markets and how Rysk can give you returns regardless of which direction the market is going without holding heavy exposure. Of course, as the name suggests, no yield is without risk, so they discuss how Rysk approaches this for its users and the protocol itself. Don’t sleep on this episode that nearly made my brain explode with knowledge!  If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We plan to release episodes bi-weekly, so don't sleep!   Big thank you to Cypher, Ugolino, Jib, and Degeneral for taking the time out of their day to talk crypto with us. You can find Rysk on Twitter @Ryskfinance.  Feel free to tweet or message me @TheRogueItachi. You can find the pod on Twitter @GoodWillYunting As always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field. 
In the second installment of this new mini-series, Bew and I discuss the pitfalls of DAOs compared to companies and the original vision of the opportunities they allowed. We discuss the pros and cons of DAOs, some of the recent drama surrounding them, as well as what opportunities and areas of experimentation we would like to see around DAOs in the future. Next we move onto our thoughts about the merge, if it will be bullish or bearish, and how it affects ETH price long term. Of course, we would be remiss to not discuss the state of the markets, and the true and false ideas around the almighty 'Macro'. We each share our thoughts on the short term and long term landscape for coins and what strategies might be best for surviving this bear market and thriving in the next bulla.  Finally we finish with our ending segment where we drop some of our favorite tweets of the week!If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We plan to release episodes bi-weekly, so don't sleep!  Feel free to tweet or message me @TheRogueItachi. You can find the pod on Twitter @GoodWillYunting As always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field.
Sath and I sit down with the genius Doug from CrocSwap to talk all things Dexs, market making, and DeFi innovation. CrocSwap is a soon-to-be-released Decentralized Exchange hoping to steal market share from the biggest players by offering both concentrated and ambient Uni V2 style liquidity. Doug discusses why this model is better for projects, traders, and price discovery alike. We discuss how CrocSwap thinks about High-Frequency Trading, Just in Time Liquidity, MEV, LPs as market makers, and more. Along with this innovation, CrocSwap tackles the problem of LPs rarely making money by implementing many unique, never-before-seen features to make LPs profitable again. Doug outlines why CrocSwap is the better pick for traders, projects, and LPs alike—and how their single contract build, unique liquidity structures, and new Dex features will change the game as we know it. This episode is filled with so much alpha on everything from what it means to be a trader, an LP, a Dex, and a protocol in DeFi. Don’t sleep on this incredible episode.   If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We plan to release episodes bi-weekly, so don't sleep! Big thank you to Doug and Sath for taking the time out of their day to talk crypto with us. You can find them on Twitter @0xDoug and @Sathematical.  Feel free to tweet or message me @TheRogueItachi. You can find the pod on Twitter @GoodWillYunting As always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field. 
In this new mini-series, Bew and I chat about our thoughts about NFT NYC, how each project faired, what we saw that was bullish or bearish for the space, and meeting all our favorite CT friends. We begin with a quick anecdote about how TradFi doesn't want you to win, then move on to our overall feeling about the festivities and events. We talk about what Ape Fest did well, the beautiful setting Azuki put on, Doodles interesting approach to the future, and the Moonbirds event (which Rogue got rugged on). Jumping off this, we discuss where we see the future of NFT projects going, and what full on NFT festivals will look like in the future. We finish with our ending segment where Bew votes on what the best tweet of the week was!If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We plan to release episodes bi-weekly, so don't sleep!  Feel free to tweet or message me @TheRogueItachi. You can find the pod on Twitter @GoodWillYunting As always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field. 
In this newest GoodWill Yunting YC Round Table episode, I sit down with Sath, Butler, and CMDR of Yunt Capital to talk all things bear market, 3AC, governance, and more. There was much to cover since the last YC Round Table episode, so we dive right into the juicy meat of what happened with 3AC. We talk how Zhu and his over-leveraging affected this bear market, and how it will affect the future of crypto and VCs. Next we get into some of the crazy governance on display such as the YGG vote, the Fei proposals, and other such fiascos. We also discuss how we played the bear market, the takeaways from losing money, and where we think crypto is going from here in both the short and long term. This is the perfect episode to help you level up during the bear, or in the least, cope with your fellow Yunts.If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We plan to release episodes bi-weekly, so don't sleep!   Big thank you to JaLa, and 0xMurloc for taking the time out of their day to talk crypto with us. Feel free to tweet or message me @TheRogueItachi. You can find the pod on Twitter @GoodWillYunting As always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field. 
Back for another episode of GoodWill Yunting, Bew, and I sit down with the legendary Andy and Deeze to talk all things Fractional and NFTs. We begin by diving into the core functions and use cases of Fractional as a platform. We discuss how DAOs and communities have formed from the product, then dive into alpha on how Fractional V2 will increase the use cases of the platform. Andy and Deeze hint at how V2 will allow fractional owners to benefit from the utility of the NFTs held. Alongside that, Andy mentions how they want to build emotion around owning these fractional shares. We move into more broad NFT talk to discuss how NFTs will fair during this bear market, what the future of NFT utility looks like, how Deeze wants to hang DickButts in his living room, and if NFT communities should take over projects with troubled histories as well as some of the drama around NFT creators. This is an episode filled with insights, laughs, and alpha so don’t sleep!If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We plan to release episodes bi-weekly, so don't sleep! Big thank you to Andy, Deeze, and Bew for taking the time out of their day to talk crypto with us. Feel free to tweet or message me @TheRogueItachi. You can find the pod on Twitter @GoodWillYuntingAs always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research. This is a risky field. 
In this episode, I'm joined by 0xBEW and the Element Finance team to talk all things Element, DeFi, and governance. Windra and Charles begin the conversation by giving their backgrounds in crypto. We then discuss what Element Finance is exactly and how degens, institutions, and businesses will be able to utilize it. We dive into the various uses of Element and how it is planning to grow and expand in the future. Charles, the DeFi Gov expert, gets grilled about what has worked in DeFi governance and what hasn’t, where problems still lie, and what protocols they took inspiration from when building out Element’s new governance model. Continuing on said model, we break down how their governance council works and how it plans to change the game when it comes to governance in DeFi. Bew and Charles get into a big-brain talk about regulation around DAOs and what the regulatory field might look like moving forward. This is an excellent episode that you won’t want to miss!   If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We plan to release episodes bi-weekly, so don't sleep!   Big thank you to JaLa, and 0xMurloc for taking the time out of their day to talk crypto with us. Feel free to tweet or message me @TheRogueItachi. You can find the pod on Twitter @GoodWillYunting  As always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field. 
In the latest episode of GoodWill Yunting, JaLa makes his long awaited return to talk with 0xMurloc and I about the protocol building as much and as hard as just about anyone out there, TraderJoe. We get into a whole range of topics such as how TVL might actually be a liability in some cases, decision making on how to make protocol’s profitable, and how people will ape into just about anything in irresponsible ways. Along with that, we got into some TraderJoe specific features like their unique take on ve tokenomics with veJoe, BankerJoe their lending platform, RocketJoe their liquidity bootstrapping platform, and alpha on their upcoming NFT platform and its release. We get into the nitty gritty of some broader topics such as governance on a chain where people are yield hunting and if it’s smart to pay people to vote. The episode ends talking about the beef with Wonderland and how TraderJoe takes down names of all the haters. This is a killer episode that you don’t want to miss.  If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We plan to release episodes bi-weekly, so don't sleep!   Big thank you to JaLa, and 0xMurloc for taking the time out of their day to talk crypto with us. Feel free to tweet or message me @TheRogueItachi. You can find the pod on Twitter @GoodWillYunting  As always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field.
In the latest episode of GoodWill Yunting, I’m joined by Sath to talk to the two big brains Ruvaag and Snarks from the soon™ to be released, under-collateralized borrowing protocol Sentiment. As a disclosure, Yunt is a seed investor in Sentiment, and we couldn’t be more bullish on them. The conversation begins with talk of how degens can use the protocol’s under-collateralized vaults for leveraged longs, shorts, yield farming, and more. Snarks and Ruvaag mention the protocol’s goal to be a composability and infrastructure layer for users, devs and protocols across DeFi. We discuss how Sentiment allows for very simple to very complex degen strategies for every part of the bell curve, strats that can include yield bearing tokens, LP tokens, and option strats. Snarks speaks to their vision of allowing for devs to build strategies on top of Sentiment and use the margin accounts to source liquidity and use Sentiment as a distribution channel. Sath remarks on how they’re forwarding thinking in many ways including using ERC 4626 standard for their vaults and all the interesting compossibility possibilities that offers. Finally, in regard to Sentiment, we dive into cross-marginalization in vaults using interest-bearing tokens like yDAI and stETH as collateral to earn while you borrow. We end by talking about market sentiment and the all-important topic of the bobba physics of Anata NFTs, and how a paper should be written about it.If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We plan to release episodes bi-weekly, so don't sleep!  Big thank you to Snarks, Ruvaag, and Sath for taking the time out of their day to talk crypto with us. You can find them on Twitter @ruvaag, @0xSnarks and @Sathematical. Feel free to tweet or message me @TheRogueItachi. You can find the pod on Twitter @GoodWillYuntingAs always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field. 
Back for another episode of your favorite crypto podcast with a special Yunts of The Round table episode to help you navigate this crazy market. I’m joined by the incredible Yunts Sath, BEW, and GetBigOrDie. We start with everyone’s favorite topic: is this a bull, bear, or crab market? Spoiler, we don’t think this Do Kwon pump will last long term. Continuing that thread, we discuss what a macro recession might look like for both the global economy and crypto specifically. Next we dive into the attention economy and how it’s leveraged in crypto for both good and bad. To inject some hopium into our, and the listener’s brains, we dive into what projects and tech we are excited about that are being built right now. After that we dive into Sath’s favorite topic, governance tokens—and if any of them should exist. Naturally, the conversation flows into ideal governance structures and what role the community should play in governance. Finally, we end on the topic of NFTs and how they could continue to bring mass adoption of crypto in the way we’ve all been waiting for.If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We plan to release episodes bi-weekly, so don't sleep! Thank you to Sath, GetBigOrDie and 0xBEW for talking crypto with me. You can find them on Twitter @Sathematical, @GetBigOrDie and @0xBEW. Feel free to tweet or message me @TheRogueItachi. You can find the pod on Twitter @GoodWillYunting As always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field. 
This episode is truly a treat as we have on two crypto giga-brains to talk about the value, functions, and future (or lack thereof) of VCs in crypto. The episode begins by us getting into both guest's backgrounds. Dan mentions that in the early days in crypto weren't a constant bombardment and at times he worried that crypto might be a flash in the pan. To set the background to the episode we discuss what the function of a VC is, and Jason drops some interesting history and goals of past and current VCs. We dive into the idea that if capital is abundant in crypto, why should projects raise from VCs and not retail in one way or another? Jason talks about how in the early days Spartan had trouble raising capital for now billion dollar, blue-chip protocols. Jason and Dan discuss how the current narrative of VCs always playing  on easy mode isn't going to last as looking at the past many VCs died in 2017-2018 and many will die if we hit another bear. Next we get into the SEC vs. crypto theories of keeping all markets open vs. some level of gatekeeping, and which is actually better for retail. Of course we discuss the current markets and what in god's name is happening there. I bring up the Pantera report of which me and Dan are a bit skeptical of some of their deductions. Finally, we get to the shill yo bag section where Jason drops his must-buy crypto and Dan's audio recording unfortunately drops out at the very end. Overall all this episode will give you a completely different perspective on the future of VCs in crypto, surviving in the markets, the history of crypto, and how to make it in this crazy game. If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We plan to release episodes bi-weekly, so don't sleep!  Big thank you to Dan, Jason Choi and 0xBEW for taking the time out of their day to talk crypto with us. You can find them on Twitter @cmsholdings, @mrjasonchoi and @0xBEW. Feel free to tweet or message me @TheRogueItachi. You can find the pod on Twitter @GoodWillYunting  As always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field.
This wonderful episode was a long time coming as Parallel OG Berg and I sit down with Kalos from Parallel to talk all things Parallel, Echelon, and gamefi. Kalos gives us his unique backstory and how Parallel went from a childhood dream to a reality. We get into all the details of Parallel including how everyone will be able to play regardless of finances, a smooth normie onramp, building out the Parallel universe, card art and functions, and Kalos leaks there will be a Parallel superbowl commercial next year (okay maybe I said that not him). Of course, we don't shy away from the thick of things on GoodWill Yunting, so we discuss the most important aspects of the Prime Paper and Echelon Foundation Paper, along with how the Echelon Foundation fits into the future of not only Parallel but gamefi in general. Finally, we end on why Kalos has a giant Berg head watching over him at all times. This episode is full of knowledge, alpha, and laughs for a project that has the potential to take the world by storm.If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We release episodes bi-weekly, so don't sleep!  Big thank you to Kalos and Berg for taking the time to talk Parallel with me. You can find them on Twitter @templecrash and @DeFiBerg. Feel free to tweet or message me @TheRogueItachi  As always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field. 
In this illuminating episode, we talk to the brilliant Alex Svanevik, CEO of Nansen, about the data-driven analytics tool and what it can tell us about the crypto market. Coming off their amazing end-of-year crypto report (which you can read here: https://www.nansen.ai/post/nansens-state-of-the-crypto-industry-report-2021), we dive into the data to figure out what is really happening in crypto and how we can stay a step ahead of the market. Alex truly knows his stuff, never failing to drop alpha and big-brained takes as we jump from DeFi, to NFTs, to usage on other L1s and L2s, GameFi, institutions entering crypto and so much more. We also get into what exactly Nansen is, what its goals are as a platform, and how users can utilize it to outpace the general market. This episode combines cerebral ideas and on-chain data to create a podcast episode that you'd truly be remiss to miss. If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We plan to release episodes bi-weekly, so don't sleep!  Big thank you to Alex Svanevik and Bew for taking the time out of their day to talk crypto with me. You can find them on Twitter @ASvanevik and @0xBEW. Follow the pod on Twitter @GoodWillYunting. Feel free to tweet or message me @TheRogueItachi  As always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field.
In the latest installment of GoodWill Yunting, we sit down with all three members of Not3Lau Capital in an alpha dropping episode you don’t want to miss. In this episode, we get into each of their backgrounds in the space and how Not3Lau Capital came into existence. We discuss the goals of Not3Lau and how they want to use platforms like The Daily Ape to continue education for all levels of DeFi users to grow adoption. Of course, we couldn’t go this whole episode without diving into The Great Sifu Scandal of 2022; we get into what happened and how it will negatively impact the space in more ways than one would imagine. Moving onto more fundamental DeFi talk, the Laus give insight into what they look for in a good DeFi project and what projects are currently impressing them. Next, we get into market sentiment and what bull or bear catalysts could affect the general crypto markets this year. Finally, we end with the Shill Yo Bag segment where they break the rules by shilling not one, but five bags, each of which is a must watch project though. This episode is full of laughs, insight, and crazy alpha from some of the most knowledgeable degens in the space.If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We plan to release episodes weekly now, so don't sleep!  Big thank you to Daryl, Darren, and Zach for taking the time out of their day to talk crypto with me. You can find them on Twitter @Not3Lau_Capital, @DarrenLautf and @DarylLautk. Follow the pod on Twitter @GoodWillYunting. Feel free to tweet or message me @TheRogueItachi  As always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field.
For episode 15 of the legendary podcast GoodWill Yunting, we have on three gigachad members of eGirl Capital: Molly, Emily, and Feir. In this episode, we dive deep into all things crypto. We begin by discussing the history of eGirl Capital and how each got involved with them. Digging deeper, we talk about what eGirl’s goals are in the space and how they choose the projects they invest in. I sneakily try to steal some alpha if DegenSpartan is actually fully in stables or not—and well, you’ll have to listen for their answer. Next, we get into DeFi topics such as how the space has developed over the last year, what new exciting things they see coming for DeFi, and their thoughts on specific topics such as who will win the curve wars. Of course, we couldn’t go without talking about the state of the market right now as each gives insight into if we’re in a bear market and if numba is going up or down in the short and long term. We then jump to everyone’s favorite topic, IreneDAO and SimpDAO. They discuss their thoughts on these types of simp DAOs and how they might help or hurt the space. Finally, we discuss what it’s like being a woman in crypto—spoiler, it’s not as easy as some may think—and what we can all do to make the space more welcoming of women. This was an amazing episode that will grow your brain at least three inches after just one listen, so don’t sleep! If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We now plan to release episodes weekly because we're getting so much positive reception! Thank you all!  Big thank you to Emily, Feir and Molly for taking the time out of their day to talk crypto with me. You can find them on Twitter @bigmagicdao, @five5brown_eyes and @AutomataEmily. Be sure to follow the pod on Twitter @GoodWillYunting. Feel free to tweet or message me @TheRogueItachi  As always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field. 
In the first GoodWill Yunting episode of the new year, we have on the two amazing devs, Jai and Joey, from Rari and Fei respectively, who have now merged into TRIBE. This has been a huge merger of two absolute powerhouse protocols, so we were super stoked to have them on. First, we dive into what the merger has been like, what it has created, and what we can expect going forward. We discuss Rari’s and FEI’s goals and how their alignment led to this merger. Next, we get into Joey’s coined term PCV, and what it means to TRIBE and why it’s important to all DeFi protocols. All the alpha is leaked as we talk about TRIBE’s products like Liquidity As A Service and the game-changing turbo which is soon to come. Finally, we get into what’s next for TRIBE and get some market insights from Jai and Joey. There is a lot of laughs, alpha, and enlightening discussion on this perfect episode to kick off the new year in crypto.  If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We plan to release episodes bi-weekly, so don't sleep!  Big thank you to Jai, Joey and Butters for taking the time out of their day to talk TRIBE and DeFi with us.  As always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field. 
In this new GoodWill Yunting episode, we have an End-of-Year DeFi panel with two of the best builders and brightest minds of crypto, Scoopy Trooples from Aclchemix and 0xMaki from Sushi, Tokemak, and others. We discuss the surprises and advancements of DeFi over the last year including DeFi 1.0 vs. DeFi 2.0. Next, we get into the collaborative nature of DeFi and how this could further the ecosystem or possibly create a black swan crash. Last We then dig into the forever interesting and unsolved topics of governance in DeFi, including both the recent shortcomings and possible path forward. Rehashing the Zhu vs. Kain debate, Scoopy and Maki give their thoughts on if we’re headed to an L2 or cross-chain world and what that exactly looks like. We end by talking about some of our favorite protocols in the space right now, what Scoopy and Maki are building, and if the crypto markets are ever going to go up again (spoiler alert, Maki is a self-proclaimed permabear). This is the perfect episode to end the year on and make sure you dive into the next year right with a head full of alpha. If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We plan to release episodes bi-weekly, so don't sleep!  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field. 
GWY is back with Yunts of the Round Table part II. Once every few months, a group of Yunts will gather to take your questions and talk all things crypto. This episode is a great way to learn about YC and get updates on all things crypto and DeFi. This week, I'm joined by Bew, Berg, GetBigOrDie, and cypher_seq to talk about the latest stuff regarding NFTs, DeFi, VCs, whether we are bula or bera, L2s, and YC itself. At the end we address the questions we received from our audience. This episode is full of alpha spanning the entire market, so don't sleep!If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We plan to release episodes bi-weekly, so don't sleep!Big thank you to Bew, Berg, GetBigOrDie, and cypher_seq for taking the time out of their day to join me on this new segment. You can find them on Twitter @0xBEW, @DeFiBerg, @GetBigOrDie, and @cypher_seq. Feel free to tweet or message me @TheRogue_Uchiha. As always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field.
After a short hiatus--and thank you dear listener for returning--we talk to  master crypto attorney Del Wright on everything crypto taxes, legality and regulation. On the tax side, we get into how degens can best do their taxes, strategies to keep them legally protected, ways in which they can lower their taxes, and more. Del also drops major insight into current crypto regulation, laws, and  future regulation of the space from the perspective of the IRS and government. Del was instrumental in Yunt Capital setting itself up as a legal entity, so we also talk the best ways to legally create a DAO, VC, or investing group with frends, and how to best protect yourself and when tax time comes.If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. We plan to release episodes bi-weekly, so don't sleep! Big thank you to Del for taking the time to talk taxes and regulation with us. You can find Del Wright on Twitter @CryptoLawProf, or you can contact us if you're possibly looking to hire him in the future for your crypto needs. You can follow Tilt @Tilt101.   As always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field. 
In the latest episode of GoodWill Yunting, Thicc Farmer, aka CMO, from Yunt Capital joins me to go cross-chain as we talk to Apollo DAO. From Apollo, we have the ever hilarious and brilliant Anon Intern and Bruce. We get into the nitty-gritty about how Apollo acts as a yield aggregator and auto compounder, why the Terra chain was chosen, and how the war chest accrues value for token holders. Anon and Bruce drop some alpha about Apollo’s future plans and how the DAO seeks to be almost a business investing in the best projects and currencies in crypto. We also get into the bull case for Luna, what bags Bruce and Intern want to shill, and why you should work out even if you’re hungover. Don’t miss this gem of an episode! If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe, rate, and share so we can continue to get amazing, alpha dropping guests. Big thank you to Anon Intern, Bruce and CMO for taking the time out of their day to talk Apollo and Luna with us. As always, Yunt Hard, Yunt Fast, Yunt Capital.  Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field. 
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