The Growing World of Crypto Assets and an Approach to Valuing Them

Published on
October 29th, 2020
61 minutes

The Growing World of Crypto Assets and an Approach to Valuing Them

The Interview - Crypto ·
Featuring Will Peets

Published on: October 29th, 2020 • Duration: 61 minutes

Will Peets, founder & CIO of 100 Acre Ventures, joins Ash Bennington, Real Vision senior editor, to discuss the variety of crypto assets as investments, the various strategies hedge funds have used to invest in the space, as well as Peets approach to "investing in crypto as it exists today". Peets describes his extensive experience in risk management and how this has shaped the way he runs investment strategy for 100 Acres. He touches on a wide variety of crypto assets, covering their use cases, potential risks and their investability. Filmed on October 19, 2020. Key Learnings: This interview dives into several important metrics that all investors in the crypto space should be paying attention to and why those metrics have value. Peets also touches on metrics that can be easily gamed and that should potentially be avoided by investors all together. He explains several crypto asset categories, including decentralized exchange tokens, stable coins, and governance tokens, and he suggests several ways to value each of them.



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    Ville K.
    31 October 2020 @ 18:31
    Hey, This was really good and informative interview, thank you very much! You did not mentioned the biggest secret in this space right now. People will be surprised when the Ethereum Child Chain OMG Network will be in full production mode. It will be the first scalable and regulatory friendly ETH layer 2 solution for value transactions (payments etc.). It amazes me that no one talks about it out loud, even thought all the big players (Bitfinex, Binance, Huobi, OKEX + The World Bank, Toyota, Microsoft, City Bank, All the biggest banks from Japan) are heavily involved. Can you please explain me that how the h*ll all the "top" analysts haven't catch this? Have great day!
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    Alexander M.
    30 October 2020 @ 01:28
    Thanks for another great insight guys. It makes me realize how much I am learning from these discussions that otherwise would pass me bye. The crypto world is truly fascinating and the knowledge provided via RV make it even more so for me. And now Iran enter the fray by taking bitcoins direct from miners. At a guess other governments and huge financial institutions could have this in mind. The effect on exchanges may be substantial as it would be for retail investors. Any thoughts?