On this page, we will be Summarising the crypto intermediate section
Now we have seen some of the more advanced capabilities and opportunities available by moving onto blockchain technology or creating new concepts in the cryptocurrency ecosystem. These attributes allow cryptocurrencies to be affected by both Micro and Macroeconomic factors. As demonstrated from REITs and CEX v DEX moving/ integrating onto the blockchain allows all the current benefits of fiat microeconomics whilst minimising the “cost”, incentivising people to switch to cryptocurrencies. This influx of migration to crypto has impacted global economies, forcing them to implement bans and regulations; especially if they believe that their population is moving to crypto as an ersatz economy. For example China. However, most regulations are in place to protect the users and the validity of their trades from fraud and market manipulation.

Here are some questions to recap what we have learnt in the crypto Intermediate section.

1) What is the current transactional speed on the Ethereum mainnet compared to an L2 solution?
2) Why does Layer 2 help scale cryptocurrency projects?
3) How does a user buy and sell in a liquidity pool?
4)What are the dangers of Liquidity pools?
5)How will the Ethereum network allocate staking rewards post-merger?
6)Why does the change from POW - POS increase the price of ETH?
7)Where does Web3 differ from Web2?
8)Why does web 3 benefit the individual?
9)Why is a DEX considered “safer” compared to CEX?
10) Even though DEX are safer, why might some day-to-day users prefer CEX?
11)What is the current speculation for the future of crypto in China?
12)Why are Countries ( economies) putting regulations and bans in place on cryptocurrencies?
13)How does an Equity REIT and Mortgage REIT differ?
14)Why do REITs benefit by moving onto the Blockchain?
Well done for completing this section, next we are going to learn about different cryptocurrencies on the Know your Crypto section...
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