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5 Alpha Tweets - Rules To Outperform The Market, Optimism vs Arbitrum & More
Welcome to the alpha please newsletter. I curate five alpha tweets every Friday; that’s it, that’s the newsletter.
gm friends, the sentiment has shifted this week and fear looks to be setting in.
As always, we look for the next opportunity.
Your weekly reads:
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1. Optimism vs Arbitrum
Breakdown of the battle between the two popular Ethereum Layer 2s.
2. Wisdom from dot-com collapse survivors
Interesting collection of lessons from those who navigated the dot-com collapse.
3. Rules to outperform the market
DeFi Man shares a framework for beating the market.
4. Unreleased projects to watch out for
Another chance to be early.
5. Immutable Unity SDK
Pretty big for web3 gaming.
Random protocol update I liked
Cross-chain veTokenomics. Industry first.
@alpha_pls tweet of the week
Talking RWAs on-chain.
And that’s your alpha.
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