2020 keeps on giving. America descending into chaos, a China-US trade war all but inevitable, and the European central bank blithely summoning another 600 billion Euros in stimulus funds – bearish for Bitcoin? No reward for guessing the obvious. All aboard the BTC train.
As always, the focus is on crypto-narratives, education, and thoughtful analysis of the road ahead.
As usual, there’s a wealth of excellent material to recommend. If it made the recap in the first place, it’s worthy of attention. Nonetheless, a few rate particular mention: This entertaining and compelling argument for BTC. This in-depth report examining Libra going forward and this lucid dissection of the systemic failures of the global legacy financial system.
Take the pill (highly recommended):
Bitcoin is a wonder (highly recommended):
Eventually 10k too will look like a cheap buy-in:
Good times? No.:
1971…a year to pay attention to:
A tale of two extremes:
A terrible tale for the EURO:
Bitcoin -a multi-faceted revolution:
The rich and angry – BT price drivers?:
Goldman Sachs understands many asserts – BTC -not so much:
Excellent overview of Libra and its goals (highly recommended):
Need money – be a high stakes investor – the FED’s got you covered (highly recommended):
A brief examination of the origins of money:
Hodling Bitcoin leads to a re-examination of ‘money’ (recommended):
The Future of money (highly recommended):
Simon Dixon -a Bitcoin OG with a firm grasp on the economic challenges facing the current global system (highly recommended):
Andreas Antonopoulos on the relationship between oil and BTC mining (recommended):
Stablecoins may be about to take centre stage (recommended):
So, what exactly is ‘wrapped Bitcoin? (recommended):
On taxes – a brief examination:
Hmmm…looks like progress…:
This is fine – what could go wrong?:
Some nations are shouldering a lot more of the recovery burden than others:
Shared before but this is an essential website for those looking to make sense of our current macro-economic predicament:
As per usual the cryptosphere offered up a wide range of narratives, articles, podcasts, and video content from which to learn and reflect upon. Until next week!
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.