The Sunday Recap - Down the Rabbit Hole 9
2018 all but in the books and what a crushing, ego-diminishing year it’s been for your average crypto enthusiast but that is only one lens through which to view the year. Tech improvements, major project launches, the rollout of blockchain infrastructure and the first shoots of regulatory clarity are all just as important themes to consider when reflecting on the year. On balance, it’s been a good one with so much to learn, discuss and debate. I have a strong feeling 2019 will be a whale of a year through the price is – as always – an unknown.
Despite the festive season being in full swing – this week was typically hectic with more than a hint of self-deprecating humour on display..
The festive season with family – when you’re into crypto (highly recommended for a laugh):
For budding day traders:
Ray Dalio on mistakes:
This advice applies to trading decisions too:
New age advice, still no harm?
Reflections on 2018 and the coming year (highly recommended)
Ring of truth about this one:
Philosophical Teachings of Bitcoin (Part1 of 3):
Introduction to crypto Indexes:
Guide to safe crypto storage:
Cardano nomenclature – you know you want to know:
The President of Ledger talks crypto, cloud-storage and the future of blockchain:
A contrarian and cogent view on a Bitcoin ETF (highly recommended):
This would be funnier if not quite so true:
Murad nails the timeline for BTC adoption in my opinion:
Deutsche Bank on Risks facing traditional markets in 2019
*A Minsky moment is a sudden, major collapse of asset values which generates a new credit cycle or business cycle.
Utility / Website
A good aggregator for crypto news and headlines:
There we have it – the last trip down the crypto rabbit hole for 2018. Looking forward to continuing the journey in 2019. As always, looking forward to your comments and critiques.
Note on Sources:
Twitter & Reddit (cryptos current meta-brains) / Medium / Trybe / Hackernoon / Whaleshares 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.