A lot to take-in this week, encountered a trader whose hard-nosed perspective on trading made even me blink a bit, read about a novel way to tackle the concept of 'intellectual rights', started an epic deep dive into BitTorrent, and lost far too much time gazing at a 'visualisation' of Bitcoin transactions. The bear grinds on as bears are sometimes want to do but this space - keeps on giving to those who are willing to peer under the hood.
Insightful and important insights into how our very 'nature' works against successful investing:
If you are considering become a day trader - consider the point made here (highly recommended):
Very interesting reflection on BTC's revenue:
What happens when BTC mining rewards eventually stop?:
Satoshi's 'vision' is still a fertile battle ground:
If you can see your way past the condescending tone interesting thoughts re Bittorrent, BTC:
Well this is one way to view piracy:
A path to learning the technical side of Bitcoin (highly recommended for budding coders-devs)
Some interesting points about blockchain made here (somewhat date -Oct 2018):
Discussion of the importance of Bittorrent (4 part series):
One companies take on the Security Tokens market:
Musings of an established investor:
Nick Szabo on the origins of money (from 2002 - highly recommended)
The man behind your secret addiction - the CEO of Blockfolio (recommended):
'Bitcoin is dead' - a rebuttal of simplicity on both sides of the BTC debate (highly recommended):
Explanation of EOS Referendum mechanics - milestone development for EOS (highly recommended if interested in Delegated Proof of Work Systems DPOS):
Examining Ripple's claims to being the banks token of choice (clear bias so bear that in mind):
Informative if over-simplified classification table of crypto projects:
BTC transactions visualised - trance inducing:
A wrap. Now if only I could train my memory to retain more of this stuff (not a new issue). As always, looking forward to reading your comments and suggestions.
Note on Sources:
Twitter & Reddit (cryptos current meta-brains) / Medium / Trybe / Hackernoon / Whaleshares and so on/ YouTube / various podcasts and whatever else I stumble upon. The aim is a useful weekly aggregator of ideas rather than news. 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 in some cases quite a bit earlier.