The creator of Ethereum, talking NFTs and more featuring Naval Ravikant.
From 2017. Covers a lot of the basics of bitcoin, blockchain, and cryptocurrency.
“A good high-level summary of macro-events and crypto markets.”
High Level Report from the CFA Institute: “Cryptoassets- The Guide to Bitcoin, Blockchain, and Cryptocurrency for Investment Professionals” (or, What Institutional Money Managers Are Reading)
“This report is worth reading to understand what institutional investors are learning about bitcoin, and that can help you to understand the movements in price and the significance of news headlines.”
“Bitcoin: The End Of Money As We Know It traces the history of money from the bartering societies of the ancient world to the trading floors of Wall St.”
In this video, Clif talks about Grupen food, the idea of collective food ordering via restaurant food distribution outlets (in Chicago, we have Gordon Food Service that retails through their GFS stores (also available through Instacart.) Something to consider in what might turn out to be very “lively” times ahead of us. Enjoy and be […]
What is a halving? When a new block of bitcoin is confirmed and added to the bitcoin blockchain ledger, the miner that confirms the block is rewarded with new bitcoin. When the bitcoin blockchain was first created, the reward was… Read More ›
Shared from my other blog, Epoch blog. (From Feb 13th, 2020) In this video, Clif High explores new anecdotal information on events, including some analysis. He covers timelines, *possibilities* around C19 being a bioweapon, and begins going into detail on… Read More ›
A great primer on blockchain spoken in simple terms. Enjoy, and be well, Everyone. Follow TinyCryptoBlog – Website | YouTube | BitChute | DTube | Steemit | Twitter | Minds | Peepeth | Facebook | Soundcloud | Medium Divjyot Singh –… Read More ›
“In this talk, Andreas covers the history of financial regulation in the United States, and how banks became the cop of last resort in countries around the world. He questions why we have come to accept totalitarian surveillance in our… Read More ›