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Chris Burniske
Despite 's recent noise, it's still the diehards. It's just >10x the diehards we had in 2016. It's hard to be adequately prepared for what comes next.
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Chris Burniske Aug 7
Replying to @cburniske
Once this enthusiasm expands outside the diehards and a mainstream-flywheel gets going, expect the full-blown mania to be >10x what 2017 was. Exciting and terrifying.
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Chris Burniske Aug 7
Replying to @cburniske
I use 2016 not just because it fits the 4-year halving-cycle that pattern matches with 2020, but also because it was a great year of experimentation in , mostly out of the limelight.
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Chris Burniske Aug 7
One of the most mind-blowing events of 2016 was , which amassed funds worth >$150M. In 2020, & have blown our minds with launches that placed fully diluted valuations in the 10x-range from . And they are much more sturdily built.
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Chris Burniske Aug 7
Replying to @cburniske
We ended 2016 at ~$18B in total network value. At $345B in current network value, we're currently ~20x the value at stake.
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Chris Burniske Aug 7
Replying to @cburniske
Ground yourself now; speculation cycles have accompanied promising new technologies for hundreds of years. While no one can quite control them, we can control how we react, present, educate, communicate & steward the space.
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Bittie Aug 7
Replying to @cburniske
Chris what advice do you give people who will see their portfolio increase vastly in $ terms. How do you deal with it?
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Chris Burniske Aug 7
Replying to @MisterBitty_
Meditate, exercise, and *listen* to your loved ones to stay grounded. If those don't ground you, tune what will ground you now. Don't get lost in screens, charts and CT all day. Make sure to zoom out your perspective regularly.
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Ben Heine Aug 7
Replying to @cburniske
Chris, which Defi/ETH projects are you most excited about?
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Chris Burniske Aug 7
We list the projects we work with : Lots of "" in there, but it's hard to delineate where ends and begins in crypto.
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Joe Rosenfield Aug 7
Replying to @cburniske
what's the closest thing to a primer on everything defi that you can recommend
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Chris Burniske Aug 7
Understand the ascent to this point first: Then, the crew is doing a great job of constantly putting out up-to-date materials, as is w/ The Defiant. I hear 's tutorials are great, too:
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