- Institutional movement into Crypto is happening week-in-week-out, with repeated new of specialist desks & units being set-up (BNY Mellon, Goldman Sachs) though the pace of change is almost necessarily slow
- DeFi and its peer-to-peer markets are a chance to test things in the real-world and earn some yield, although this is very much “buyer beware” territory and there is a lack of consumer protections
- He shares some insight on the TAU protocol – a synthetic means to synthesize an asset and maintain its target value relative to its facsimile on a different blockchain. There’s something in there about mining extra Bitcoin too.
And there’s one more thing …
If you like these podccasts, I am pretty sure you would enjoy reading my book: “The Bankers’ Plumber’s Handbook”.
For some in the FS world, it is too late. For most, understanding how to make things work properly is a good investment of their time.
My book tries to make it easy for you and includes a collection of real-life, true stories from 30 years of adventures in banking around the world. True tales of Goldman Sachs and collecting money from the mob, losing $2m of the partners’ money and still keeping my job, and keeping an eye on traders with evil intentions.
So you might like the tool kit, you might like the stories or you might only like the glossary, which one of my friends kindly said was worth the price of the book on its own. Or, you might like all of it.
Go ahead, get your copy!