Welcome to Five Minute Crypto - this week’s episode marks part two of our examination of the need to be risk aware and proactive if you intend to hold Bitcoin over the long term. As previously highlighted - A statement of hodling intent does not a hodler make.
Part 1 focused on 2 broad areas of known risk – state bans and government or regulatory body restrictions and limitations. This week we turn our attention to protocol issues, bearish momentum, general fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD), and most pernicious of all - unrealistic expectations.
Welcome to Five Minute Crypto – today marks part one of a two-part series exploring the vital importance of assessing and planning for the known risk factors that may affect Bitcoin in the coming years.
Welcome to Five Minute Crypto -this week continues exploring the transformative experience that is hodling Bitcoin. Today we turn our attention to the sovereign individual.
(Please forgive the sound gremlin issues which appear from time to time.)
Welcome to Five Minute Crypto -this week’s episode outlines a new series focusing on the wide-ranging ramifications of being a Bitcoin hodler.
On the surface – BTC can indeed, be seen as a simple investment -a risk venture like any other - more volatile of course, but an investment, nonetheless. However, as you peer into the Bitcoin rabbit hole, all sorts of assumptions are drawn into the glare of a newfound curiosity.
Welcome to Two Minute Crypto – this episode outlines a brief Bitcoin hodling guide. It should all be so simple. BTC is an asymmetric investment opportunity – if you accept that thesis – hodling it should be an entirely natural process and yet the reality of investing in Bitcoin is far more challenging.
If you have spent any time at all engaged with the crypto space you will have noticed that many long-time Bitcoin adherents display a marked degree of antipathy towards other blockchains. This strong and oft-stated disdain for Altcoins can appear irrational, even cult-like. However, there’s more to it than simple tribalism.
A new decade is upon us, judging by the last, crypto enthusiasts have a lot to look forward to. However, if you are currently invested in crypto – a word of caution -don’t look to 2020 for price blast off.
Today’s installment seeks to give a general overview of Libertarianism, a world view that has clearly influenced the early development of cryptocurrencies and which continues to underpin concepts such as Bitcoin Maximalism.