The South African government is attempting to apply capital control regulations to the crypto industry. These regulations are an apartheid government relic and are difficult to apply to crypto. Bitcoin’s decentralized, permissionless and censorship resistant technology will find ways to circumvent regressive regulations. If government undertakes the large administrative burden required to execute these policies … More SMM: (ed.12) Illegitimate government policies raise self-custody imperative
Ray Dalio has a point, while BTC has a limited supply, there is no limit to crypto assets (alt coins) supply. I can create RobCoin on the internet right now, if I want. Concerned investors may ask themselves questions like, “what does the infinite supply of crypto assets mean for bitcoin?” or “Will another crypto … More There is only one digital sound money
BTC vs. ETH Part 1: Basic Differences between bitcoin & Ethereum I’m often asked, “why bitcoin?”, “why not ethereum?” and “what about diversification into cryptocurrencies?” There’s a lot that can be said on this topic so I’m going to break it up into bite-sized chunks. In part 1, I’ll tackle the similarities between bitcoin and … More Bitcoin, Ethereum or Crypto?
Crypto volatility is tough to digest for new holders. Here are 5 pointers to assist you in this process (purpose, strategy, price sensitivity, expectations and cheaper): 1. Purpose: Why did you purchase? If you have a strong fundamental reason for holding an asset, its easier to digest volatility. For example, I think bitcoin creates a … More Digesting Crypto Volatility
I love bitcoin and believe that everyone should understand the reasons for growing interest in the revolutionary technology, if not own a piece of the ledger. I’m always looking for analogies to share the concepts with friends and family. When thinking about investing in bitcoin, I like to use venture capital as an example of … More Bitcoin is Venture Capital