Every other month a new "algorithmic currency" is created in crypto - and one of the latest, Olympus, launched to a whopping $60M market cap. By listener request, the anonymous developers behind Olympus (@OlympusDAO) joins us in breaking down:
- What sets OHM apart from other algo currencies? - How will OHM maintain stability? - Are there any use cases for OHM beyond speculation?
Host: Jason Choi (@MrJasonChoi). This show is not financial advice; show host and guest may hold some of the assets discussed.
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