I’ve wanted to write a post on decentralized delta neutral yield strategies for a while, and with the Shapella fork behind us, it finally compelled me to get going. If you don’t know, the Shapella fork enable staking withdrawals on Ethereum mainnet, and it makes the case for LSDs more compelling as their market dynamics… Continue reading Delta neutral yield
It’s obvious isn’t it? That we’re heading towards a decentralized future? It might be that it’s just obvious to me, since I’m so deeply involved in this, but the signs are everywhere. From Meta and Twitter collapsing, to oil being replaced by renewables. This shift is aligning us for a new mega trend, one which… Continue reading Towards a decentralized future
A few days ago someone allegedly paid $1.3 million for a rock. It’s not even a real rock, or a picture of a real rock. And the underlying rock contract doesn’t even follow the NFT standard, as that was established in 2018, after this contract was deployed. But it’s not about the rock, and we’re… Continue reading It’s not about the rock
Apparently, according to the internet, the first rule of stealth mode is not to be that stealthy.. I don’t know, didn’t know, nor cared too much about that. For the last 2-3 years I’ve been working a lot in complete secrecy on a quantitative trading strategy. Only a few close friends and some family knew… Continue reading The First Rule of Stealth Mode Is..
A few days back I was browsing my tweets when I ran across this one from @news.yc: “How I made $500k with machine learning and high frequency trading” (link to actual post here, link to news.yc discussions here) “Oh, this might be interesting”, I though to myself. So I clicked the link and started reading..… Continue reading Re: “How I made $500k with machine learning and HFT (high frequency trading)”