While the price of Bitcoin continues to flatline the crypto space is anything but static. This week, Ari Paul reconsiders the assumptions underlying the pace of coming institutional investment. The Bitcoin maximalist among BTC maximalists, Murad Mahmudov issues a short-term bearish forecast. EOS gets the stamp of approval from Pantera capital and decentralisation proves a far more complex endeavour than often portrayed.
As always, the posts are selected for the interest and thoughtful perspectives they offer. I don't necessarily agree with each and every one of them.
Institutional involvement unpacked by Ari-Paul (recommended):
BTC valuations may take a long long time to recover (highly recommended):
Crypto use-case in wealthy nations:
A BTC holder explains why:
How to make profits trading crypto:
Nic Carter on dev. teams being coy about token value drivers:
Blockchain cycles examined (highly recommended):
A reflection on the crypto-winter from the experiences of a range of start-up projects (recommended):
Detailed review of dApps in 2018 results drawn from areasonable survey pool (highly recommended):
Pantera Capital give their verdict on EOS to date (highly recommended for those interested in EOS):
Proposed US Token Taxonomy Act worth being aware of:
Decentralisation unpacked - refer to infographic below to follow the podcast (highly recommended):
A Decentralised Framework Model (to follow the podcast 101 episode):
A concise explanation of Security Tokens:
An illuminating review of a series of crypto news articles grading each:
Is NEO still a viable platform in 2019?
Remember Omisego - finally a substantial update on progress:
Interesting breakdown of crypto indicator preference (10k sample)
Bitcoin forks in chronological order:
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Care to watch the exponential growth of the lighting network - here you go:
I hope this week's journey down the rabbit hole was worth the rummage. Looking back on the week past I find it very helpful to reflect on all that's actually happening rather than to simply reflexively focus on price.As always, I look forward to your comments, reflections and critiques.
Note on Sources:
Twitter & Reddit (cryptos current meta-brains) / Medium / Trybe / Hackernoon / Whaleshares / TIMM 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