Ethereum vs EOS, Security Tokens, Stable Coins, and more after Consensus

In this episode of Ledger Cast, Derek and I discuss his trip to Consensus — but primarily in the context of our takeaways based on the event, including themes that stood out and themes that didn’t stand out.

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In this episode of Ledger Cast, Derek and I discuss his trip to Consensus — but primarily in the context of our takeaways based on the event, including themes that stood out and themes that didn’t stand out.

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We ended up digging more into security tokens and stable coins than I expected at the beginning of the show, but I think both are themes we’ll see the rest of 2018 and into 2019. We also discussed EOS and their mainnet launch, along with an effort to incentivize dApp development through a massive fund, and how that compares to the dominance in the landscape through Ethereum.

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Learn about Derek

Derek Waltchack is a partner at Shannon Waltchack — a full service commercial real estate and property management firm in Birmingham, Alabama. Derek is interested in all things cryptocurrency and blockchain. He’s been investing actively since early 2017. Check out our introductory interview to learn more, and be sure to follow @dwaltchack on Twitter.

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Music: “Oh, the chains” by Joel Madison Blount