Curator's note

Why the hell should I care? About what we're reading at TenX, as employees and as Co-Founders? Because it's deeply personal. Reading is a political undertaking, even if often-unrecognised. The content we consume to educate ourselves and keep us informed tints the way we see the world - in this narrower case, the way we understand the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry. And it's this leaning that influences our output at TenX. We want to share what we find interesting, what we believe in, and what inspires us - so that you're a core part of it right from the start. Although, if you don't care, that's also okay.

Here's some of what we've been reading this week:

The future of decentralized finance

By Linda Xie, Co-founder of Scalar Capital. Previously Product Manager at Coinbase. Advisor at 0x.

Read it in full here.

"Earning Interest is the Biggest use Case for DeFi": Nuo Network's Varun Deshpande

An interview with Varun Deshpande, co-founder of Nuo Network, a decentralized lending platform.

Read the interview in full here.

How to make a mint: the cryptography of anonymous electronic cash

By Laurie Law, Susan Sabett, Jerry Solinas at National Security Agency Office of Information Security Research and Technology's Cryptology Division. First published on 18 June 1996 - that's 13 years ago!

Read the full paper here.

A Guide to DeFi

By u/nick_badlands on r/ethfinance.
A Guide to DeFi from ethfinance

See the full post and comments here.

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