Decentralized Finance seems to be the emergent theme of 2019 – that and a dash of pending global chaos – you’ll find both highlighted in this week’s recap. As to the charts – the only constant seems to be uncertainty and (perhaps) more pain ahead for the Alts.
Jake Chervinsky discussing the current regulatory landscape for crypto is a treasure trove. Crypto Bobby’s tour of Decentralized Finance is also very informative as indeed, is Colin’s EOS Mega Update 24.
Understanding why BTC is important:
BTC wealth concentration – a rebuttal (recommended):
Sign a transaction using the genesis key or move on:
The Ripple fallacy (one of many):
China-US trade spat – a little context (recommended):
Miners and blockchain transactions – so how does it work anyway?
Multichain/interoperability as the future of blockchain:
A reality check on ‘predicting’ BTC with the limited data set available (recommended):
Podcasting your way to crypto expertise:
Algorithmic trading dominance of global equity markets continues to rise:
An informative and wide-ranging discussion of crypto regulations (highly recommended):
Plotting the path to BTC dominance:
A brief guide to Decentralized Finance / Defi (highly recommended):
Another excellent EOS Mega update – lots of important information here if you are interested/investing in EOS (highly recommended):
The Two Generals Problem – succinctly explained:
That’s a whole lot of negative economic indicators:
If you are interested in crypto decentralized finance this is a great website for comparing the different platforms/rates:
Hopefully, you found something of value down this week’s crypto rabbit hole. As always, looking forward to your comments and suggestions.
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.