As I was putting this together, I realized that two weeks worth of vids is too much of a task for readers to digest, so I’ll just put these out weekly. Until then, enjoy your super-sized portion of brain food.
Enjoy, and be well, Everyone.
Week of Oct 14th
Simply Explained – Savjee: Blockchain & Smart contracts
Xavier goes over the very basics of blockchain technology, how the software operates, ledgers, nodes, verification (consensus,) application, and smart contracts.
Lark and Charles go over the recent decision by Charles to walk away from the Cardano project.
Side-by-side performance comparisons of a video card used for mining and a video card used for gaming.
The flow of money (retail versus institutional,)
Week of Oct 21st
Crypto Street Podcast: Episode 104: Interview with Luke Martin
General questions on the state of the crypto markets.
How stablecoins are going to be used to 1) tokenize everything 2) move value from fiat currencies to bitcoin (and eventually other cryptocurrencies)
Ready Set Crypto: What You Need To Know About This New CryptoCurrency Trend
Discussion on STOs (Security Token Offerings)
Miscellaneous Notes and Tools
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