Lincoln Murr is a freshman at Vanderbilt University. He is majoring in Computer Science and Economics. He lives in Knoxville, Tennessee, where he was a recipient of the Knox News 20 Under 20 Award for entrepreneurs and visionaries of East Tennessee. In his future career, Lincoln hopes to bring blockchain to underdeveloped areas of the world, giving billions of people without access to a bank account the opportunity to break out of the cycle of poverty.
Cosmos versus Polkadot: Which is the best interoperability protocol?
One of the greatest problems facing blockchains is that they are unable to communicate with one another. Both Cosmos and Polkadot aim at fixing this, but how do they do it and which one is better?25 Sep, 2020 Lincoln Murr
What are Layer 2 Scaling Options and Which One is the Best for Ethereum?
Recently, the Ethereum network has become increasingly congested as traffic and users on the network have been increasing, leading to long wait times and higher fees. Layer 2 solutions are being developed to relieve these issues, but which one is the best?22 Sep, 2020 Lincoln Murr
DeFi versus CeFi lending: Which is right for you?
Decentralized Finance, or DeFi, has been the buzzword of the cryptocurrency space recently, and has seen a rapid surge in popularity as an easy way to gain passive income.09 Sep, 2020 Lincoln Murr
Metals versus Cryptocurrencies: Which is the Better Safe Haven?
For the past six months, the economy has been in turmoil and investors are turning to safe haven assets in order to protect against economic uncertainty.28 Aug, 2020 Lincoln Murr
Chainlink versus Band Protocol: The Oracle Showdown
As the DeFi sector continues to grow at an unstoppable pace, oracle platforms are becoming increasingly important in ensuring access to reliable data. Recently, the two biggest projects in this space, Chainlink and Band Protocol, have been gaining lots of investor attention.17 Aug, 2020 Lincoln Murr
Are Low Staking Rewards on Kyber Network Discouraging Investors?
Kyber Network recently released their long-awaited decentralized autonomous organization, DAO, and staking rewards program. However, the staking rewards are less than anticipated, and some would argue not worth the effort.04 Aug, 2020 Lincoln Murr