Meet Your Maker

Published on
16 November, 2018
Topic
FX, Trading
Duration
12 minutes
Asset class
Crypto-currencies

Meet Your Maker

Featuring Ian King

Ian King of Investopedia Academy returns to Real Vision with another interesting risk/reward setup in the crypto market, this time on a coin called Maker (MKR). He reviews the fundamental driver, and explains how to make the trade, in this interview with Ash Bennington. Filmed on November 14, 2018.

Published on
16 November, 2018
Topic
FX, Trading
Duration
12 minutes
Asset class
Crypto-currencies
Rating
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  • HJ

    Harry J.

    23 11 2018 02:43

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    The more time it takes to explain a new idea is directly related to the complications and weakness of the idea.
    To many extra twists and turns for me.
    You may not like cash but at least you can figure out the value of the line item!

  • JK

    Jan K.

    18 11 2018 22:27

    2       0

    I'm impressed by RV covering Maker. I think this is definitely one of the most ambitious and best engineered projects being built on Ethereum. I've known about them since inception but only recently decided to dig deeper and I must say, it's of great utility to me.

    If you want to understand the vision behind Maker, I recommend a recent talk from DevCon IV: https://slideslive.com/38911619/makerdao-a-new-hope-for-financial-reform

  • JQ

    Joseph Q.

    17 11 2018 16:19

    1       0

    Hey great interview! He forgot to mention MCD (multi collateral Dai) that will launch in the next 6 months. A lot of down votes but guys look at fundamentals. They own a Dex in oasis and oasis direct. They have the stablecoin attached with a credit system. When MCD lunches they will be putting in all kinds of assets. When this does happen it will connect real world assets to the Blockchain. Tokenization of assets will start.

  • MZ

    Martin Z.

    17 11 2018 07:53

    2       1

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but it seems to me that the guest got the "use cases" for both Ethereum and Maker wrong. ETH is designed to be a smart contract platform, not digital cash like BTC was originally supposed to be. The volatility in the value ETH doesn't effect the value of a smart contract running on the ETH platform. (It might effect the "gas" price, but only insignificantly.) And MKR isn't supposed to be used as digital cash, either. It's designed to be an intermediary of stable value for trading coins between different exchanges, like USDT.

  • DJ

    Darren J.

    17 11 2018 04:11

    9       2

    More crypto interviews please.

  • ss

    sid s.

    17 11 2018 02:37

    1       7

    I want my 10 minutes back.

  • MM

    Matthew M.

    16 11 2018 18:30

    7       3

    This is an important subject glad you covered this

  • NR

    Nelson R.

    16 11 2018 15:29

    4       3

    Interview crypto fund managers on crypto, not Investopedia

  • MW

    Moritz W.

    16 11 2018 15:21

    2       1

    Next stop: Lemoncoin

    https://youtu.be/5lViQeyxKLE

    😂

  • RK

    Robert K.

    16 11 2018 15:04

    7       23

    RV, please do not waste time on crypto

  • RR

    Rex R.

    16 11 2018 12:32

    3       3

    I really like the coverage of the crypto market, however i do not think covering stable coins is a good use of time/ effort as compared to covering other more cutting edge technology coins.