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Real World Assets

Welcome to the Real World Assets (RWA) Outpost, your go-to source for everything related to RWA in the crypto space. This outpost explores the tokenization of tangible assets from the physical world, offering new avenues for higher yields and portfolio diversification in DeFi. Discover how RWA bridges the gap between traditional assets and blockchain technology.

top best ordinal projects

Notable Ordinals - The most popular Ordinal projects

To put it simply, Ordinals are like NFTs but on Bitcoin. More than a year old, they took the Bitcoin ecosystem by storm. In this article, we talk about several popular Ordinal collections.


The world of Ordinals DeFi

Ordinals are digital assets inscribed onto individual satoshis and attribute unique numbers to these satoshis. Inscriptions can be in many forms: text, image, video, code and so on. This piece focuses on three protocols enabling trading, lending, borrowing against or staking Ordinals.

From Bullion to Bytes - Commodity backed tokens

From Bullion to Bytes - Commodity backed tokens

For better or for worse, most cryptocurrencies are not backed by anything. Of course, they are supported by their communities, but there is no real-world asset or commodity reserve backing them. But there are also some digital assets which is backed by reserves of physical commodities. These commodities can be anything, from precious metals, such as gold to agricultural products, soy and corn among others.

RWA on Solana

Real World Assets on Solana

Reborn from the ashes of FTX collapse in late 2022, Solana network has seen a parabolic growth in 2023. Memecoins of the network, BONK and WIF among others surged exponentially (well, almost literally). At the end of the year, trade volumes in Solana DEXs surpassed that of DEXs built on Ethereum.

co-creation / decentralized storytelling

Co-creation protocols - Let's tell stories together

Co-creation refers to the process of creating stories in which multiple collaborators (co-creators) contribute to the underlying work.

Harnessing Economic Forces for the Environment: The Rise of Regenerative Finance

Harnessing Economic Forces for the Environment: The Rise of Regenerative Finance

Regenerative finance, sometimes called “confluence of crypto and climate”, refers to creating financial incentives in order to regenerate the natural environment, to reverse the impact of climate change, and to curb the negative externalities of carbon emissions.

What is Braintrust crypto

Braintrust: Pioneering the Future of Work in the Digital Age

With its innovative use of blockchain, Braintrust introduces a new era of talent acquisition, where the power is shifted back to the community, ensuring a transparent and equitable process for all parties involved.

Machine RWAs - a new asset class created by Peaq Network

Machine RWAs - a new asset class created by Peaq Network

DePIN is predicted by many crypto analysts to be one of the hottest topics of 2024. Messari’s “Crypto Theses 2024” report mentions it as one of the De’s – the other two being decentralized science (DeSci) and decentralized social media (DeSoc) of the top 10 crypto investment trends for the present year. Cointelegraph predicts that the combination of DePIN and AI will be 2024’s “power duo”.

Florence Finance

Florence Finance - RWA lending in Euro

Florence Finance is a protocol in the realm of Real World Asset (RWA) lending, specifically targeting small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Europe. Positioned as the leading Euro-denominated RWA project, Florence Finance addresses the funding gap for European SMEs.

IP tokenization

The road to tokenized intellectual property (IP) rights

Intangible assets account for the lion's share of market value of S&P500. Though their value is measured at trillions of dollars, most companies still don't understand how to monetize their intellectual property (IP). As with other RWA, intellectual propert tokenization will facilitate management, valuation and trading of these assets.

Web3 data economy

A few words on the Web3 data landscape

Blockchain technology made the data, which had already been increasing at a staggering rate, more abundant. Add to this many kinds of data, such as - historical price data on CEXs and DEXs, - trading data (data on futures, and perpetual futures volume and volatility among others), - importing off-chain data onto the chain, - data on blocks produced by blockchain. Only Ethereum, the largest blockchain network, has produced more than 18 million blocks from its beginning until the time of this writing , and a humongous amount of data in Web3. In this article I’ll try to explain what different categories of players do in Web3 data landscape.

DEPIN - Decentralized Physical Infrastructure Networks

Unpacking DEPIN: Types of Decentralized Physical Infrastructure Networks and Innovative Projects

As Web3 grows and becomes the part of humans’ daily lives, it needs physical infrastructure. Decentralized finance, crypto, NFTs – all these are cute and important for the Web3 economy to expand, but things do need hard, real-world stuff to run on. This is what is the term “decentralized physical infrastructure” (DePIN) seeks to capture. Think of it as the intersection of crypto, blockchain technology and real-world infrastructure.

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