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@AxieInfinity & @Ethereum 🦇🔊 $ron & $eth Strong Opinions. Not Financial Advice. Economic Freedom. https://t.co/a9gort1LMv
Mar 3 7 tweets 2 min read
ethereum.org/en/upgrades/me…

$eth The amount of $eth supply created each day to secure the network each day goes down 90%. No more wasteful miners, only validators. The asset becomes deflationary based on current and historical activity. When there's less of something, each unit becomes larger proportionately.
Mar 3 4 tweets 3 min read
Yes, #defi on Ronin would be amazing!!

Also, stablecoin lending for users!

Park stablecoins in Axie Defi for interest similar to Aave!!

A big part of an investment portfolio can be cash (taxes, price too hot, etc...).

Would draw liquidity from @ethereum network. Accounts not even affiliated with gaming would come.

When they inevitably do want to game/interact in the gaming ecosystems, they're already on @Ronin_Network.
Mar 3 5 tweets 1 min read
Mar 2 10 tweets 3 min read
Buying $ron right now could be compared to buying the $eth presale, but for the @Ronin_Network.

$ron is network fuel just like $eth.

Eventually, every transaction performed (excluding free txs, which will be turned down) on Ronin will require $ron.

Think longer term. Eventually, there will be many games on Ronin.

Imagine it's 2025.

Imagine there are now 50 games on Ronin.

Imagine hundreds of millions of users and the liquidity that comes with numbers like that.

Think longer term.
Jan 14 4 tweets 1 min read
A lot of people don't know this, but you used to choose your moves before the battle in @AxieInfinity... order of moves for your 3 axies, and the battle would autoplay and cycle through moves. Turn based was just a dream then. Nobody thought it would ever ship. Before that, Axies just bobbed up and down on the screen. You could only buy, sell, trade them. People had doubts they would ever make them playable. Autobattles were just a dream then. Nobody thought it would ever ship.
Jan 14 5 tweets 2 min read
Back in the day, I built this website for tracking Axies' who were the first to have a given part. I sucked bad enough to have something that didn't update automagically, but it didn't matter with low IDs because they didn't change.

renegade444.github.io/firstparts//in… I built a tool that grabbed all the Axies and read their part metadata. It started at one and worked its way to higher IDs. For each loop, it checked against a list of parts. Once it found a particular part, it would update that variable to the Axie ID for that part...
Jan 13 7 tweets 2 min read
Reading some Steve Jobs:

"I was lucky — I found what I loved to do early in life.

We worked hard, and in 10 years Apple had grown from just the two of us in a garage into a $2 billion company with over 4,000 employees.

Don’t lose faith.

You’ve got to find what you love.

... our work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking.
Jan 13 4 tweets 1 min read
What if we could find ways to turn solving hard science like cancer and viruses into games. Science is mostly guessing and checking. What if unsolved science problems could be represented as games, and give access and rewards to millions of people for solving?

#science2earn @SkyMavisHQ
Jan 12 6 tweets 2 min read
Imagine transactions on $eth as cars on a road.

Cars depend on oil. Throughout history, oil was plentiful. Spend it, buy it.. whatever. It was easy to come up with. Shit, set it on fire if you want to.

But lately, oil is drying up.

With traditional oil, more oil.. is easy to find. Dig deeper, develop new tech.. you get the idea.

With $eth, there is no more oil.. anywhere.. ever.

The graph above is how $eth looks now, but in Q2 of 2022 there will be a 90% reduction in the supply that is paid out to the securers of the blockchain.
Jan 12 5 tweets 2 min read
Let's look at how the average gas on @ethereum has shot up recently.

This happens everytime a drop happens.
This happens everytime there's volatility.
This happens everytime there's a hot NFT.

Each one of these activities is happening more and more frequently.

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Jan 11 6 tweets 1 min read
All it takes is one 100x, but you need to have ammo to make it really turn into a monster bag.

Always be finding ways to get more ammo without taking on debt, and only bet the farm when you KNOW you're gonna win. Find ecosystems where you can run experiments and learn cheaply. Find niches you can specialize in and profit from. Cycle most profits into your base assets and fewer into your high reward bets. Continue to do this over and over again. The new entrants will likely be doing..
Jan 11 4 tweets 1 min read
Understanding all the variables is key to understanding an equation. Too many unknowns makes predicting something very difficult. I like to bet the most in situations where I KNOW I will win. Make a steady return on a good percentage of portfolio to create beta. This is $eth for me. This is #ron to me.

I like to bet smaller amounts on things I don't KNOW will happen, but that I will be paid handsomely if they do happen. Lose small, win big. This is NFTs for me.
Jan 11 4 tweets 1 min read
If you're right when there are a lot of people who think you are wrong, you get paid a lot.

If you're right when there are a lot of people who think you are right, you get paid a little. If you are wrong when a lot of people think you are right, you lose a lot.

If you are wrong when a lot of people think you are wrong, you lose a little.
Jan 11 6 tweets 1 min read
Imagine you get everyone addicted to crack, but there's only so much crack. You throw some of the crack in a fire every day based on how much people did crack that day. Less and less crack all the time. The more people want to do crack, the more crack costs to do. $eth. The people who hold and hug their crack instead of smoke their crack get more crack for free. Crack gets rarer all the time while more and more crackheads are born every day.