Weekly Action Recap
Your action recap for the week of May 17rd, 2020
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Dear Crypto Natives,
Mainstream. That was the theme this week.
Reddit on Ethereum, 🔥DeFi wallets, major investors buying crypto—looks like we’re going mainstream so why isn’t price going up? Because these things aren’t the spark—they’re the fuel. Dry tinder on a forrest floor.
It’s funny, early Visa had the same challenges before going mainstream. More fractals.
As for us? We’ll keep living a few steps in the future.
They call us early adopters. I think of us as settlers. We’re taming the west. Building the infrastructure. Getting crypto ready for the masses.
Let’s stay sharp so we’re ready when they come.
On to the recap…
Recap for the week of May 10rd, 2020
(Market Monday) It's 2016 again - capture
(Tactic Tuesday) How to get your first DeFi wallet - implement
(Writer Wednesday) 3 Things DeFi can learn from the Financial Crisis - consider
(Thursday Thought) 5 Ways Crypto is like early Visa - calibrate
(Friday Open Thread) Why don't your friends use crypto? - collaborate
Execute any good market opportunities you saw in Market Monday
Complete weekly assignment: try the new Argent wallet
Listen to Episode #12: The Protocol Sink Thesis
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