Why Blockchain Liquidity is a Bad Thing…

As a technologist and angel investor, I am very interested in blockchain. The ability to rewrite the internet and operating system of trust has massive economic, political and societal implications. This convergence creates opportunities.


Liquidity is defined as a market’s ability to purchase or sell an asset without causing drastic change in the asset’s price. Generally speaking, assets with less liquidity (real estate, private equity, gold etc…) appreciate in value faster than more liquid assets (cash, stocks etc…)…



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Matt Ward

Climate Syndicate Lead @ 4WARD.VC | Startup Strategy & Growth Advisor @ mattward.io | Serial Founder: 3 Exits | Looking to join top Climate/Impact VC Fund