Not a week covered in glory from a price point of view. Then again unless you are an active day trader, short-term price action isn’t of any particular relevance. Once more, lots of interest to discuss, reflect on and try to take-in, this past week in crypto.
Picks of the Week
Always good to have a quality report to delve into but even better to spend some quality time with Nick Szabo.
The Bitcoin Reformation – also link to full article (highly recommended):
Booby Lee – bullish om long-term valuation of BTC:
Basic math would seem to favour BTC:
On UX design in apps:
EOS we have a problem:
A bit of crypto fun:
Excellent thread on creating a podcast by Peter McCormack:
An excellent crypto-ecosystem report – running a mere 134 pages (highly recommended):
Alternative link to report:
Arguing for a higher valued Bitcoin:
The Bitcoin Reformation – full article (highly recommended):
Comparing Bitcoin to the early years o the internet:
A brief breakdown of the Australian crypto investor market – useful reference/snapshot tool:
Money seems to be concentrating in ever fewer hands:
Exploring the psychology of social networks (non-crypto specific):
A crypto education in just over an hour provide by this interview with Nick Szabo (highly recommended):
It’s (crypto adoption) all going to take time – and a lot of it:
Data Dash on BTC’s next halving:
A wide-range of miner’s perspectives on the halving (recommended):
Reflections on BTC’s current chart:
So what is ‘Internet of Things’? (English with French subtitles):
A surprisingly honest analysis of the risks of adopting long-term negative interest rates:
Bakkt gaining some market share:
Website / Utility
Crypto data-sets galore:
That’s a wrap. 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.