Polkadot, to be launched in 2020, is a project helmed by Ethereum co-creator Gavin Wood.
Its token design incorporates multiple ideas seen throughout the brief history of cryptoassets: work/stake token, fee token, token burns and “medallion”-like use cases.
Web 3 Foundation’s Jack Platt joins me in breaking down the how tokens such as DOT aim to accrue value – and why they are not crypto “currencies”.
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