Sankalp’s Blockchain & Bitcoin Snapshot — Issue #12
Uber’s new CEO fled the Iranian Revolution at the age of 9. He now leads a $69 billion technology company
Your Bitcoin Wrap Up:
We are traveling. Nothing from us today except few interesting inforaphics and charts and some perspective on ICO and upcoming regulations.
Game of Coins and SEC is about to Break Bad-ly. Be mindful. — medium.com
There has been a flurry of ICOs since January. 1.7bn raised so far approximately. Most of these tokens (coins) are Listed on US exchanges. Although decentralized exchanges like Ether Delta and…
A beginners guide to Blockchain
Every now and then we write about the BASICS. It’s important to understand how this new revolutionary technology works. A great article by Will Little here…Blockchains are changing the foundation of the global economy, and everyone is freaking out….
A Primer on Blockchains, Protocols, and Token Sales — hackernoon.com
Opinionated tribes are invoking civil wars and “forking” into new tribes. Multiple heated battles are happening simultaneously (mostly on social media) while only a few people on the outside…
Video of the Day
Top 10 Fascinating Blockchain News
Can ICOs Disrupt Venture Capital in Asia? — Coin News Asia — www.coinnewsasia.com
It’s inevitable that finance industries would be disrupted by fintech companies. Can ICOs disrupt VC in Asia, or is it just another bubble waiting to burst?
Mark Cuban Invests in New Cryptocurrency Fund Months After Calling Bitcoin a ‘Bubble’ | Inc.com — www.inc.com
The billionaire entrepreneur is backing a new fund focused exclusively on cryptocurrency assets.
Everything that can be Tokenized will be Tokenized — Never Stop Marketing — www.neverstopmarketing.com
Let’s say that the rash of Initial Coin Offerings is a warning bell that extends Johnston’s Law of “Everything that can be decentralized will be decentralized.”
The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy is warning investors about potential scams involving stock of companies claiming to be related to, or asserting they are engaging in, Initial Coin Offerings (or ICOs). Fraudsters often try to use the lure of new and emerging technologies to convince potential victims to invest their money in scams. These frauds include “pump-and-dump” and market manipulation schemes involving publicly traded companies that claim to provide exposure to these new technologies.
Government considers recognising bitcoin in Vietnam | Vietnam+ (VietnamPlus) — en.vietnamplus.vn
Vietnam News Agency (VNA) — updated news on Vietnam and the region
A Beginner’s Guide to Claiming Your “Bitcoin Cash” (and Selling It) — bitcoinmagazine.com
Here’s what you can do with your BCH if/when the first block is discovered.
Why Tokens are Eating the World — A blog by Vinny Lingham — vinnylingham.com
The title of this post pays homage to Marc Andreessen’s epic post in 2012, “Why Software is Eating the World.” Marc made some very interesting observations in that seminal post where he succinctly…
The Consensus Path To A Bitcoin Hard Fork: Part 3 — Rusty Russell — Medium — medium.com
Part 1 discussed the technical ingredients we might see in a future consensus hard fork. Part 2 discussed how we might measure consensus once we think we have it. Now let’s talk about how we’d roll a…