9 Best Articles on Tokenomics
The most useful articles on tokenomics from around the web—beginners to advanced—curated by thought leaders and our community. We focus on timeless pieces and update the list whenever we discover new, must-read articles or videos—make sure to bookmark and revisit this page.
Top 5 Tokenomics Articles
At a glance: these are the articles that have been most read, shared, and saved on tokenomics by Refind users in 2023 so far.
- Braintrust: Fighting Capitalism with Capitalism
- Introduction to Tokenomics
- Tokenomics 104: How to Launch a Token (Tactics, Questions, Wen, etc)
- Iron Finance's Titan Token Falls to Near Zero in DeFi Panic Sell
- On the meme of market caps & unlocks
What is ...?
New to #tokenomics? These articles make an excellent introduction.
Introduction to Tokenomics
Over the past few months, we have experienced a surge in the number of projects seeking guidance on the economic model for their tokens…
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On the meme of market caps & unlocks
Some thoughts on market caps, valuations, tokenomics and unlocks. I have noticed that even many sophisticated crypto twitter participants still don’t know how to use these values to inform their…
Tokenomics 103: Utility
Even if a token has a great supply model, it still needs a good reason to exist and for people to hold it.
Tokenomics 101: The Basics of Evaluating Cryptocurrencies
Supply, Demand, and Memes. Lots of Memes.
Iron Finance's Titan Token Falls to Near Zero in DeFi Panic Sell
Shared by 36, including felix salmon, Charles Arthur, Frances 'Cassandra' Coppola
Aptos releases tokenomics summary one day before trading goes live
The Aptos Foundation has released the tokenomics outline for the newly launched Aptos blockchain, just prior to trading.
These are some of the most-read long-form articles on tokenomics.
Tokenomics not Ponzi-nomics: Influencing behavior, making money
“Influencing behavior does not have to be malicious,” claims tokenomics expert Roderick McKinley. But how do you get the balance right between creating attractive financial incentives without becoming…
Tokenomics 104: How to Launch a Token (Tactics, Questions, Wen, etc)
For evaluating new projects or starting your own
Braintrust: Fighting Capitalism with Capitalism
Or, how web3 businesses can use tokenomics to create and capture long-term value
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