Obviously all the articles Nash has produced to date have been important in their own ways but in many ways, this forthcoming article might be the most important piece and best marketing material that will be produced (certainly will add more value than a bison walking through a bar and a crypto moron spouting crypto nonsense).
A huge problem with CEX and especially DEXs research/reviews/articles available online is the lack of technical specifics and clarity regarding how they work and the difference between the DEXs, creating huge confusion about which one is better and in what way (non custodial, more secure, faster etc). I read a lot about this stuff and I still cant properly/fully understand it. When Nash is released, crypto pundits and youtube reviewers will have various (and many) opinions about which DEX is better, but its unlikely they will have a self developed, full technical understanding of the difference. Basically, most opinions will not be fully informed and this is where the problem will arise. The need for simplicity and clarity from an informed technical authority is essential, including hopefully a comparison of the main DEXs/CEX on a side by side basis.
Fact of the matter is there are probably only about 10-20 people in the world right now with the current and full in depth technical understanding of the differences between the various DEX solutions offered at the moment - everyone else’s understanding is second hand from reading about it.
This article will form the basis of how non technical people (like me) will come to appreciate that difference and it will likely form the knowledge basis of many people decision to try (and recommend to others) the Nash platform and many youtube reviewers understanding. It will be like an episode of Top Gear but for DEXs done by some of the only people who’s opinion can be considered the technical authority on the subject. While obviously it cant be all encompassing, it will hopefully give Nash’s detractors (other DEX communities) less room to argue of the merits of their platform over Nash.
It will be interesting to see how, not only the benefits of Nash are described, but the significant shortcoming of existing DEX are highlighted in detail because I think there will be considerable debates from many people across several communities about it and this article will become the original reference (the go-to article) for settling many of the debates - so we can argue
against misinformation with facts from a reliable reference - and hopefully the prove that Nash is superior.