In 2021 the cryptocurrency market even in its current speculative infantile state has shown that the power of blockchain can reduce the economic friction present in today’s markets in a very dramatic way. Many projects have taken off often reaching hundreds of millions of dollars in valuation from mere speculation alone. If a project wishes to survive for the long term, they must quickly find a way to turn their speculative value into tangible real-world value. Many in the world of traditional finance have decided scoff at the current cryptocurrency market with the notion that it is inherently wrong for seemingly random people from across the globe to have been able to acquire millions of dollars in the span of mere weeks for seemingly useless projects. While it is true that the majority of projects in the world of DeFi will eventually die out and that most teams do not deserve even a slight amount of the money that have been put into their hands, these analysts are overlooking one major point. Teams that have nothing to show but empty hands will eventually wither away out as the market corrects itself whilst teams that truly do have something revolutionary to offer the world will flourish in the next market cycle. This is exactly what happens in the stock market but with one key difference; In the stock market, the brainchild of the project will be an existing CEO and company founder whereas in DeFi, capital is placed directly in the hands of an individual or team who possesses the direct knowledge and expertise to bring a project from a dream to reality. The existing institutions of traditional finance have perfected the art of directing capital into already proven and trusted businesses, whereas on the other hand DeFi has the power to place capital directly into the hands of trusted and specialized regular people. This technology is reducing friction in markets by not only allowing capital to flow to already proven businesses, that may not have come to fruition by the the means of traditional finance due to existing market barriers.