For episode 15 of the legendary podcast GoodWill Yunting, we have on three gigachad members of eGirl Capital: Molly, Emily, and Feir. In this episode, we dive deep into all things crypto. We begin by discussing the history of eGirl Capital and how each got involved with them. Digging deeper, we talk about what eGirl’s goals are in the space and how they choose the projects they invest in. I sneakily try to steal some alpha if DegenSpartan is actually fully in stables or not—and well, you’ll have to listen for their answer. Next, we get into DeFi topics such as how the space has developed over the last year, what new exciting things they see coming for DeFi, and their thoughts on specific topics such as who will win the curve wars. Of course, we couldn’t go without talking about the state of the market right now as each gives insight into if we’re in a bear market and if numba is going up or down in the short and long term. We then jump to everyone’s favorite topic, IreneDAO and SimpDAO. They discuss their thoughts on these types of simp DAOs and how they might help or hurt the space. Finally, we discuss what it’s like being a woman in crypto—spoiler, it’s not as easy as some may think—and what we can all do to make the space more welcoming of women. This was an amazing episode that will grow your brain at least three inches after just one listen, so don’t sleep!
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Big thank you to Emily, Feir and Molly for taking the time out of their day to talk crypto with me. You can find them on Twitter @bigmagicdao, @five5brown_eyes and @AutomataEmily. Be sure to follow the pod on Twitter @GoodWillYunting. Feel free to tweet or message me @TheRogueItachi
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Disclaimer: Nothing said on this podcast is advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or tokens. We may, and often because we’re passionate about the projects we bring on, hold investments in the project and even work in their communities. None of this is financial advice, please do your own research; this is a risky field.