Is this a reversal of trend? It certainly looks that way but as always, time will tell, and the only certainty is a lack of it! The eagle-eyed amongst you will notice a predominance of Bitcoin-related material this week which saw the release of a wealth of high-quality tweet-storms/articles and podcasts on BTC. Fear not, Ethereum, OmiseGo, and even Bitcoin Cash all make an appearance.
The pace of development throughout the crypto space seems to be picking up - a good sign?
Bitcoin’s network has never been more secure:
For all you crypto bulls out there:
A thread examining whether BTC is a ‘risk-on’ or ‘risk-off’ asset (highly recommended):
Are we approaching a perfect storm for BTC?:
IEOs seem to have fizzled out:
A wish list for a future crypto wallet:
Looking for a scapegoat?
Global outlook just took a sharp turn (highly recommended):
A wide-ranging snapshot of returns for January (highly recommended):
A rebuttal of common critiques of Ethereum (highly recommended):
BTC is the next iteration of money (highly recommended):
Bitcoin as an opportunity to vote for a fairer world (highly recommended)::
BTC has some challenges to overcome:
Will Bitcoin Work Without The Internet?
Fiat Minimalism (recommended):
Give it away and they shall come?
On Taproot (recommended):
Trends for crypto in 2020:
Common misconceptions re: blockchain:
Deciphering Proof of Work (recommended):
A hardcore hodler on the journey:
A discussion of Ethereum’s domination of the smart contract arena (recommended):
BTC looking good?
Crypto seems well placed BTC/Ethereum focus:
A balanced analysis of the recently proposed tax for Bitcoin Cash:
OmiseGo - an overview - not investment grade by any stretch of the imagination imo but worth tracking (recommended):
Pick your spot:
BTC’s tech stack:
Visualizing the components of Bitcoin supply:
Another week, another deluge of fascinating narratives, discussions, and debates. Until next we meet down this crypto rabbit hole!
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.