The Sunday Crypto Recap - Down the Rabbit Hole 58 (Part 1)
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Once again this has been a great week to be engaged with crypto. While the charts offered volatility, the space itself heaved with good ideas, competing narratives, and incremental developments. This week's crypto Twitter segment alone is a treasure trove of expertise and insightful analysis. The charts will wait.
As per usual, each item is here because it is compelling/interesting or thought-provoking in some way. Inclusion is not an endorsement. Verify don't trust (cough..HEX).
Picks of the Week
So much to choose from - this fine-grain analysis of recent changes to Libra's governance structure and this much-needed exposure of influencer pushed leverage trading. In addition, this wide-ranging discussion of the proposition that is BTC.
Much needed calling-to of crypto influencers for peddling leverage trading (highly recommended):
Four likely long-term outcomes for BTC:
Interest in crypto passive income is on the rise:
Some crypto memories:
Unpacking Libra's recent changes to its Articles of Association (highly recommended):
Ethereum meaningfully decentralized?
Fifteen of the best crypto podcasts (aside from my own of course):
Comparing China-based exchanges such as Huobi and OKEX with Binance (highly recommended):
A 'best of' 2019 crypto podcasts (again sadly missing my own :))
A little context re North Korea / doing business there:
A sound rebuttal of the tired 'Bitcoin is for criminals' narrative.
A wee bit of inspiration for fellow Bitcoiners (recommended):
Let's face it - most crypto predictions are downright nonsense:
The Ethereum network is showing strong growth across a range of metrics (recommended):
Energi uncovers massive 'fake-account' network while auditing their air-drop (recommended):
A proposal for improving EOS REX:
Protocols and product (highly recommended):