This is where you'll find our deep dives and reports into specific cryptos.
The Graph deep dive: final piece of the web3 puzzle
What’s the most over-used business analogy? It would have to be either: “The Amazon of…” Or “The Google of…” And, let’s be honest, most of the time those analogies don’t really fit. The person who comes up with them is usually trying to manipulate their audience. They
Near Protocol deep dive: hiding in plain sight
Every now and then you come across a product that genuinely improves your life. The first thing that springs to mind when I think of this is Bluetooth headphones. I lived in London for most of the last decade, and I used to either cycle or run everywhere, usually while
Polygon (Matic) deep dive: the Big Tech approach to scaling solutions
In December 2021, Ethereum’s Lord and Saviour, Vitalik Buterin, published a blog post called Endgame. In it, he imagined three possible futures for big blockchain projects, but for Ethereum in particular. The way Vitalik sees it, there are three paths to achieve scalability, while maintaining decentralisation and security… which
Filecoin deep dive: the key to unlocking web3?
If you’ve ever wondered what the hell web3 is, why it matters, or why it has so many people excited, this is the deep dive for you.
Cosmos deep dive: no blockchain is an island
In the battle for blockchain's soul, which will win, the maximalists or the multi-chain world?
Aptos deep dive: Crypto’s duality problem personified
Aptos is the perfect example of crypto's duality problem. It wants morals. It wants ideals. But more than that... it wants money and power.
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Avalanche deep dive: race winner or also-ran?
Right now, Avalanche is one of the most popular and powerful platform cryptos out there. It’s got a thriving DeFi ecosystem and a very strong team behind it. But just how futureproof is it? Let’s find out.
Aleph Zero (AZERO) deep dive: microcap marvel
What happens when three maths PhDs look into the blockchain “trilemma” of scalability, security and decentralisation? They add privacy into the mix, make it a “quadrilemma”, and solve it.
Anchor Protocol and the promise of a “sustainable” 20% yield on stablecoins
Is it impossible to maintain, a Ponzi, the work of the devil… or is it a map for the future of finance? Let’s find out