Tagged: bitcoin

BigData Behind Blockchain Forensics

It seems a week doesn’t go by without more news of another cryptocurrency hack, fault, failure, scam, or what have you. Just this week saw EOS have a hacker lift $7.7 million in EOS...

How To Spot A Blockchain BS’er

All too often I am confronted with someone who claims to be a “Blockchain Expert” (this is usually a 90 minute online course that costs about $100) or a “Blockchain Enthusiast” or “ICO Advisor”...

The Case for $1 Trillion Bitcoin in 2019

After a pretty huge drop in crypto at the beginning of 2018 following the ridiculous highs at the end of 2017, we’ve had a year of relative stability in the crypto markets, and then...

Blockchain and the Insufferable Millennial

I went to the Crypto Funding Summit in Los Angeles on January 24, 2018, and while it was sparsely attended, there were a lot of good speakers and a number of interesting vendors exhibiting...

My Journey From University to Cryptocurrency

I was pursuing computer science and systems engineering. Honestly, I wanted to mesmerize people around me with my knowledge of something that my fellow students and professors didn’t know. You know, I wanted to...

The Instability of Stablecoins

Three months ago we held a vigil for the death of the cryptocurrency bull market. Last month, my HodlBot portfolio went up by 50%. What a wild ride. Read the full story Read more

3 Things Not to Do When Bitcoin is Going Down

Trading or investing in cryptocurrency is a psychological war against yourself. Stock traders often say that investing in traditional markets requires extreme mental discipline. That discipline is how they control themselves when the market...