Another tumultuous week in crypto. As many projects continue to bleed-out the highway of ideas has only ramped up. Competing narratives have dug their heels in, and much digital ink has been spilled in the pursuit of winning arguments. This week I’ve expanded the Twitter section in recognition of the heightened back and forth of idea and perspectives.
It’s important to note that not every idea here reflects my own bias or opinion. If it’s here, it’s because it made me think.
Twitter & Reddit (cryptos current meta-brains) / Medium / Trybe / Hackernoon / Whaleshares and so on/ YouTube / various podcasts and whatever else I stumble upon.
So aiming for a useful weekly aggregator of ideas rather than a rehash of the week’s news.
Please note though I try to keep the sources current – I’ll reference these articles and podcasts etc. as I encounter them – they may have been published just a couple of days ago or quite a bit earlier.
Concise investing advice:
Politician calling out Fiat (note I don’t hold UKIP views in general). Dates from 2013 but the message is still current:
BTC Maximalist super thread:
An insight on work:
Charlie Lee on Nodes and chain Reorgs (relevant to forks of BCash):
Where you get your money from matters:
In defence of cryptocurrency HODLers:
For a gallows chuckle:
Things that are hard to teach:
Gary Kasparov with a few words on speaking your mind:
Private blockchains face a problem with wider adoption:
Look into Schnorr Signatures – somewhat technical:
Distributed consensus explained:
Redundancy in BTC Network:
ICO’s state of play:
Dark days for BTC but..
PoW is Efficient:
Easily podcast of the week, wide-ranging interview with Alex Mashinsky – successful inventor and founder of Celcius at timestamp – 37:48 some very interesting and common behaviors of exchanges are highlighted:
Catching the next Crypto trend:
The Crypto Lark Speaking from the Heart:
Traits of money from a BTC bias:
And that’s a wrap on another week in crypto where I learned a lot and found some financial solace in doing so. What did I miss? Please leave a link with a brief description below. As always looking forward to your comments and critiques.