This post was last updated on July 11th, 2019 at 07:41 pm
Part 1 Description
Today’s conversation isn’t quite a documentary, but it isn’t just your average interview either. So I’m labeling this a deep dive, and the topic is tokenized debt.
The Flippening Podcast is first and foremost for institutional investors, and I’m covering this topic because the dual issues of debt and lending are just too big to ignore and absolutely rife with investment opportunities. Many of which we talk about during this conversation.
This is the first of two episodes, in which we break down the topic of tokenized debt into five chapters. Today, you will hear the first few chapters of this conversation.
In chapter one, we discuss the history and origins of debt from the origin of the human species, up until around the year 2000. We also discuss the web 2.0 peer to peer lending solutions that preceded Dharma, such as prosper and lending club.
In the second chapter, we discuss the history and development of Crypto Asset Technology that has paved the way for programmable, tokenized debt. In chapter 3 we discuss we discuss how the Dharma protocol works and the 1st class operators within the system.
Part 2 Description
As a reminder, in chapter one we discussed the history of debt from the origin of the species to the year 2000. In chapter two, we explored the history and development of crypto asset technology that has paved the way for programmable, tokenized debt.
Today’s episode begins with the second half of chapter three of this conversation, where we discuss how the Dharma protocol works and the first class operators within the system.
In chapter four, we focus on the top use cases and investment opportunities for tokenized debt. Finally, in chapter five, we discuss Dharma as a corporate entity, how it works, and more.
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