JW Weatherman makes the case for Bitcoin as a secure money in this brief tweetstorm. Posted June 29, 2019.
Posts are listed in chronological order.
Tamas Blummer makes the case for full reserve banking with Bitcoin as the reserve asset. Posted June 28, 2019.
Allen Farrington paints a dystopian future and makes the case for money that is open, permissionless, neutral, private, and sound. Posted June 22, 2019.
Robert Breedlove shed’s some light on the Bitcoin and cryptoasset universe in an exoteric nutshell. Posted June 19, 2019.
Brandon Quittem expands on his 4 part series drawing comparisons between mushrooms and Bitcoin. Posted June 20, 2019.
David Puell and Reginald Smith explore dormancy as a metric of Bitcoin’s long-term economic health. Posted June 20, 2019.
Nic Carter reviews some tradeoffs and how Bitcoin doesn’t take the easy road. Posted June 19, 2019.
Tamas Blummer makes his case for Bitcoin’s strongest argument, the definition of time with computation. Posted June 18, 2019.
Philip Swift shares the Golden Ratio Multiplier which he believes will be a useful investment tool in this coming market cycle for identifying areas of profi...
Hasu makes the case for money being the most important field of study over the next 20 years. Posted June 6, 2019.
Vijay Boyapati shares a strategy for engaging people with Bitcoin. Posted June 4, 2019.
Conner Brown shares a brief tweetstorm on Bitcoin rescuing humanity from itself. Posted June 3, 2019.
Jack Purdy makes the case for Bitcoin as a sound money alternative to todays easy money. Posted June 3, 2019.
Hans Hauge explains Binary Adjusted Bitcoin Days Destroyed which build on BDD. Posted May 30, 2019.
Tony Sheng explores attempts at digital currencies before the Bitcoin experiment and how those projects influenced Bitcoin. Posted May 28, 2019.
Taylor Pearson makes the case for Bitcoin to rise and fiat crumble. Posted May 28, 2019.
Neil Woodfine cranks out a noteworthy tweetstorm that disects Bitcoin culture. Posted May 24, 2019.
Anthony Elia discusses the gold industry’s attempt at spreading FUD and why Bitcoin is here to stay.
Austrian economist, Douglas French, discusses the people’s desire to get out of fiat and governments trying to keep their power. Posted May 23, 2019.
Alex Gladstein makes the case for Bitcoin as a powerful tool to move money to people in need where they might not be able to receive foreign aid. Posted May ...
Crypto Voices publishes their quarterly look at the Global Monetary Base. Posted May 22, 2019.
Permabull Nino explains why cryptocurrencies are fundamentally valuable from the absolute first principles.
Bitcoin’s value comes from supply and demand and this article supports this thesis by looking at 5 fundamentals. By Prateek Goorha. Posted May 19, 2019.
A short essay from Merwane Draï on the power of Bitcoin over the state. Posted May 18, 2019.
Dan Held examines the growing Bitcoin network and explains how it’s security is growing and how it will be sustained over time via fees rather than block sub...
Roy Sheinfeld reviews the road ahead for Lightning adoption. Posted May 14, 2019.
Deniz Özgür shares a report that lays out crypto from start to finish. Posted May 14, 2019.
Sourabh lays describes why differentiating against Bitcoin is really hard. Posted May 11, 2019.
51% attack - apparently very easy? refering to CZ’s “rollback btc chain” - How to make sure such corruptible scenario can never happen so easily?
Great discussion regarding 51% attack and reorg. Comments from Peter Wuille, Gregory Maxwell, and Fernando Nieto. Posted May 11, 2019.
The reorg FUD is real and Eric Olszewski sets the record straight. Posted May 9, 2019.
Nic Carter trolls us all with a proposal to organize miners for a pro-reorg future. Posted May 9, 2019.
Classic Jimmy Song on the Bitcoin reorg conversation. Posted May 8, 2019.
Ari Paul lays out the feasibility of a Bitcoin chain reorg. Posted May 8, 2019.
Tamas Blummer shares a scenario of a Bitcoin reorg. Posted May 8, 2019.
Conner Brown makes the case that Bitcoin is the ultimate store of wealth BECAUSE it has no intrinsic value. Posted May 8, 2019.
Very simple fundamentals on why you should pick up Lightning Network. Posted by Pierre Rochard on May 7, 2019.
A reexamination at a failed narrative. Jimmy Song makes the case that blockchain is nothing without Bitcoin. Posted May 7, 2019.
Valentin expands on the MVRV ratio and adds insight to the data that indicates an end to the bear market. Posted May 7, 2019.
Rayne Steinberg lays out a case for Bitcoin surrounding it’s unseizable nature. Posted May 2, 2019.
Gigi explains ideas and Bitcoin and lays out the challenges of changing Bitcoin. One does not simply change Bitcoin. Posted May 1, 2019.
Spencer Bogart takes a look at survey data that shows Bitcoin is top of mind in young adults mind. Posted April 30, 2019.
Renato Shirakashi introduces SOPR, which is a new oscillating indicator that signals when major supply changes occur. Posted April 25, 2019.
Spencer Bogart shares thoughts on the emerging layers in the Bitcoin network, Lightning and beyond. Posted April 25, 2019
A tweetstorm from Nic Carter that looks at user adoption. Posted April 24, 2019.
Thib pulls back the curtains to look at the emerging layers in the Bitcoin network. Posted April 24, 2019.
Kyle Torpey reminds us of Bitcoin history and why it’s so different from the competition. Posted April 23, 2019.
Pomp posts another fire post. If you like charts, you’ll love this one. Posted April 23, 2019.
Joseph Dallago replies to Nic Carter’s piece on scaling Bitcoin. Posted April 22, 2019.
David Parkinson makes the case for $1m per Bitcoin. Posted April 17, 2019.
Tamas Blummer discusses soft fork mechanics. Posted April 17, 2019.
Joe Kendzicky makes a case to define “bitcoins” the noun form. Posted April 17, 2019.
Sergio Demian Lerner shares thoughts and evidence of a single person acting as Satoshi in regarding to mining. Posted April 16, 2019.
Privacy matters. Meltem delivers a great piece to share with friends and family. Posted April 15, 2019.
Nic lays out a future where Bitcoin banks earn their keep. Posted April, 14 2019.
Willy Woo looks at the historical charts on Bitcoin and makes a case for when investing began. Posted April 13, 2019.
Hector Rosenkrans looks at his own life experiences and tells us why Bitcoin is a weapon to take the power back. Posted April 11, 2019.
David Puell and Willy Woo lay out new models for the concept of destruction into price analysis. Posted April 9, 2019.
Cryptopoiesis looks at several charts from David Puell that help illustrate his ideas on the coming bull market. Posted April 4, 2019.
Rayne Steinberg pen’s a quick read on why you should get in sooner than later. Posted April 4, 2019.
Part 3 of 3 from Gigi, Posted April 2, 2019.
Wences Cesares makes the case for why an allocation of your portfolio must be Bitcoin. Posted April 11, 2019
Thib runs through the various ways to secure your Bitcoin. Posted April 1, 2019.
Bitcoin: An insurance policy against the largest monetary and fiscal policy experiment in human history
We’re in a transformational time which calls for new financial models. Enter Bitcoin. Travis lays out a case for holding Bitcoin. Posted April 1, 2019.
The Ethics of Money and Bitcoin By Nicolas Dorier Posted March 30, 2019
On Bitcoin’s Academic Lineage By ElSeidy Posted March 22, 2019 Stiglers law of eponymy states that no scientific discovery is named after its original disco...
Modeling Bitcoin’s Value with Scarcity By PlanB Posted March 22, 2019
Bitcoin’s True Market Dominance Analysing Bitcoin’s true market dominance, taking liquidity into account. A new metric, Volume-Weighted Cap, is derived and s...
Bitcoin Is a Cult, Fiat Is a Religion Kay Kurokawa Posted March 20, 2019
POsted March 15, 2019 by Alex Svetski, this article explains why Bitcoin matters.
Could Bitcoin fix the stagnant political and economic landscape? By Genesis Node Posted February 15, 2019
Bitcoin Mining Explained in 15 Tweets By Yan Pritzker Posted March 14, 2019
Part 4 of 4 in Nik Bhatia’s piece defining and laying out proposed guidelines for measuring Lightning Network fees. Posted March 11, 2019.
Privacy and Cryptocurrency, Part I: How Private is Bitcoin? Eric Wall March 7, 2019
Skeptic’s Guide to Bitcoin: Investing in Bitcoin By Su Zhu & Hasu Posted March 6, 2019
Bitcoin Has a Branding Problem — It’s Evolution, Not Revolution For technologists and historians, it may well be a revolution; but for everyone else — it’s a...
Bitcoin Timestamp Security Jameson Lopp Posted March 3, 2019 Bitcoin is often referred to as a secure timestamping service. We never had a global record of t...
Crypto Governance: The Startup vs. Nation-State Approach Jack Purdy Posted February 25, 2019
Bitcoin’s Incentive System or When The Stars Align By Misir Mahmudov Posted February 20, 2019
A Primer on Bitcoin Investor Sentiment and Changes in Saving Behavior By Tuur Demeester , Tamás Blummer , and Michiel Lescrauwaet Posted February 20, 2019
Tweetstorm: Power and Money By Saifedean Ammous Posted February 17, 2019
Rehypothecation: BTC’s path to becoming king of collateral By Patrick Dugan Posted February 15, 2019
Security Budget in the Long Run By Paul Sztorc Posted February 14, 2019
Bitcoin Delta Capitalization A New View of BTC Long-Term Valuation By David Puell Posted February 14, 2019
Bitcoin is a hedge against the cashless society When cash is gone, where will you turn to transact with a basic level of privacy? What money do you hold when...
Demystifying Blockchain Not Bitcoin By David Nage February 9, 2019
Why Monetary Maximalism could fall short of expectations By Su Zhu and Hasu Posted February 2, 2019
A Conflict of Crypto Visions Why do we fight? A framework suggests deeper reasons By Yassine Elmandjra and Arjun Balaji Posted January 29, 2019
Money, Bitcoin and Time: 3 of 3 By Robert Breedlove Posted January 26, 2019
Money, Bitcoin and Time: 2 of 3 By Robert Breedlove Posted January 26, 2019
Money, Bitcoin and Time: 1 of 3 By Robert Breedlove Posted January 20, 2019
Tweetstorm: Bitcoin as SoV By Dan Held Posted January 14, 2019
Unpacking Bitcoin’s Assurances Dis-aggregating the system’s guarantees By Nic Carter Posted Jan 13, 2019
Economic Teachings of Bitcoin What I’ve Learned From Bitcoin: Part II Gigi Posted January 11, 2019
Bitcoin: Winner Takes Most or Winner Takes All? Exploring market share capture in cryptocurrencies By Misir Mahmudov and Yassine Elmandjra Posted January 7, ...
Planting Bitcoin — Species (1/4) Sound Money (sanum pecuniam) By Dan Held Posted January 6, 2019
Planting Bitcoin — Soil (3/4) By Dan Held Posted January 6, 2019
Planting Bitcoin - Season (2/4) Central Banks and the 2008 Financial Crisis By Dan Held Posted January 6, 2019
Planting Bitcoin - Gardening (4/4) By Dan Held Posted January 6, 2019
Bitcoin: Two Parts Math, One Part Biology By Hugo Nguyen January 3, 2019
Tweetstorm: Bitcoin’s 10 Year Anniversary By Vijay Boyapati Posted January 2, 2019
Cryptocurrency: The Canary in the Coal Mine What Crypto Can Tell Us About Macro Markets in 2019 By Jill Carlson Posted Jan 1, 2019
Tamas Blummer explains Bitcoin Liveliness and what it means as an indicator. Posted December 29, 2018.
By Brandon Quittem, Posted December 28, 2018
By Brandon Quittem, Posted December 11, 2018.
Bitcoin’s Incentive Scheme and the Rational Individual By Hugo Nguyen December 24, 2018
Philosophical Teachings of Bitcoin What I’ve Learned From Bitcoin: Part I By Gigi Posted December 21, 2018
By Jordan Clifford, Posted December 19, 2018
By Dhruv Bansal, Posted December 18, 2018
By Jameson Lopp, Posted December 15, 2018
A look at realized capital by the Coinmetrics Team, Posted December 14, 2018
Skeptic’s Guide to Bitcoin: Bitcoin and the Promise of Independent Property Rights A framework for skeptics, part 3 By Su Zhu and Hasu Posted December 13, 20...
Beware of Lazy Research: Let’s Talk Electricity Waste & How Bitcoin Mining Can Power A Renewable Energy Renaissance
Part 2 of a 2 part series that looks at some of the FUD surrounding mining, by Christopher Bendiksen , Posted December 6, 2018
By Arjun Balaji, Posted December 4, 2018
Skeptic’s Guide to Bitcoin: Unpacking Bitcoin’s Social Contract A framework for skeptics By Su Zhu and Hasu Posted December 3, 2018
Part 1 of a 2 part series that looks at some of the FUD surrounding mining, by Christopher Bendiksen , Posted November 11, 2018
By Hugo Nguyen, posted November 26, 2018. This is part 3 of a 5 part series.
By Su Zhu and Hasu, Posted November 21, 2018. This is part 1 of a 4 part series.
A brief look at cypherpunks and Nakamoto by William Smith, posted November 19, 2018
An in depth look at Liquid sidechain by Joe Kendsicky, posted on November 15, 2018
By Preethi Kasireddy, Posted November 13, 2018
By Nic Carter, Posted November 10, 2018
One of the best arguments for Bitcoin. Pomp is an eternal bull and Murad is a stoic wise man. Together they tell a beautiful story. Read this or click throug...
By Nic Carter, posted October 31, 2018
By Pierre Rochard, posted October 18, 2018
Philip Swift Bitcoin Network Momentum is a valuable tool in helping us understand why Bitcoin price is at a particular point in the market cycle and also whe...
By Ferdous Bhai, posted October 15, 2018
This is part 2 of a 5 part series. By JP Thor, posted October 13, 2018
This is a brief look at some of the arguments of Proof of Stake. By Hugo Nguyen, posted October 12, 2018
By cryptopoiesis, posted October 11, 2018
Awe and Wonder shares a new valuation metric for Bitcoin called MVRV Z, which is an expansion on MVRV . Posted October 9, 2018.
This is part 1 of a 5 part series. By JP Thor, posted October 13, 2018. A quick primer on the Lightning Network and how it is making money programmable.
Nic Carter looks at the mythical word that has everyone scratching their head… “blockchain”. He proposes what we should do with this word. Posted October 5, ...
Dan Held’s take on Bitcoin’s distribution, posted October 4, 2018
An examination at the changing narrative around “crypto”. Erik Torenberg defines two camps in the space that are here to stay. Posted October 1, 2018
David Puell and Murad Mahmudov propose MVRV as an important mettric for Bitcoin. Posted October 1, 2018
Jameson Lopp has been doxxed and wants to help you stay safe. In this post, he lays out a framework to protect your privacy. Posted September 29, 2018.
A timeline for mass adoption from a maximalist. Misir Mahmudov posted this September 25, 2018.
JP Thor makes the case for Bitcoin as a SoV (Store of Value). Posted September 22, 2018.
A look into the psyche of a Bitcoin analyst from Christopher Bendiksen. Posted September 22, 2018.
cryptopoiesis proposes an analysis for the NVT ratio. Posted September 18, 2018.
LaurentMT explains the value in PoW and proposes this piece as an entry piece for further discussion. Posted September 17, 2018.
Qiao Wang lays out the case for further examination of the Lindy Effect, maybe we should pump the brakes on referencing it all the time. Posted September 15,...
JP Thor looks at Bitcoin and makes the case that it is a store of energy. Posted SEptember 15, 2018.
Inspired Pierre Rochard, David Puell shares a great visual on the essence of Bitcoin. Posted September 14, 2019.
Dan Held makes the case for PoW being an efficient use of energy. Posted September 14, 2019.
Paul Sztorc lays out a case for privacy and why it must be a core tenant of Bitcoin. Posted September 11, 2018.
Part 3 in a 3 part series, LaurentMT looks at the idea of an optimal age of the UTXOs to measure how far the system is running from its optimum. Posted Septe...
Part 2 in a 3 part series, LaurentMT examines new metrics regarding mining effects and hodling over the efficiency of PoW. Posted September 3, 2018.
Dan Held explains why hodlers are important to Bitcoin’s network. Posted August 31, 2018.
Part 1 of a 3 part series, LaurentMT examines why average cost per transaction isn’t a good way to measure PoW efficiency. Posted August 27, 2018.
Hugo Nguyen looks at the virtues of randomness and examines how it powers PoW. Posted August 25, 2018.
Qiao Wang and Dan McArdle explore their cryptoasset Store of Value Thesis. Posted August 19, 2018.
Hugo Nguyen lays out one of the core fundamentals of Bitcoin’s value proposition, stock to flow. Posted August 15, 2018.
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Nik Bhatia lays out a the baseline for a 4 part series on Lightning Network. In this post, he draws similarities between LN and paper gold, with differences....
Hass MCCook provides a systematic methodology of modelling the environmental and economic costs of Bitcoin. Posted August 2018.
Hasu and Nic Carter’s fantastic review of how narrative around Bitcoin usage has changed over time. Posted July 29, 2018.
Brendan Berstein makes the case for cryptocurrencies being money and explains how investors are helping determine value. Posted July 22, 2018.
Part 3 of Nik Bhatia’s 4 part Lightning Network thesis. This post looks at the bitcoin risk spectrum. Posted July 9, 2018.
Pierre Rochard lays out how Bitcoin governance works in a decentralized manner. Posted July 8, 2018.
Qiao Wang breaks down the SoV narrative surrounfing Bitcoin and other digital assets. Posted July 5, 2018.
Tony Sheng believes all crypto projects fall into one of two camps, which he also believes can coexist. Posted July 2, 2018.
Jaoquin Roibal takes to stackexchange to answer. Posted June 20, 2019.
Willem Van Den Bergh explains why schelling point, network effects, and Lindy effects make Bitcoin so strong. Posted June 29, 2018.
Pierre Rochard outlines Part 2 of 3 Bitcoin investment theses. Posted June 24, 2018.
Joe Kendzicky lays out the technical fundamentals of Lightning Network. Posted June 5, 2018.
Gigi makes the case that proof of work IS worthwhile and not a waste. Posted June 10, 2018.
Pierre Rochard outlines Part 1 of 3 Bitcoin investment theses. Posted June 9, 2018.
Part 2 of a 4 part series, Nik Bhatia’s thesis on the Lightning Network. In this post he explains the time-value of bitcoin. Posted June 8, 2019.
Stop and Decrypt lays out the case for full nodes being the backbone of the Bitcoin network and miners simply provide blocks. Posted June 1, 2018.
Posted May 30, 2018 by Adam Tache and Murad Mahmudov, this article will analyze these perspectives by discussing trade-offs, philosophical divides within the...
By Dhruv Bansal, Posted May 29, 2018
Posted May 21, 2018 by Dmitry Kalichkin, his goal was to estimate whether current Bitcoin price is supported by activity on the network.
Posted May 20, 2018, Spencer Bogart explains the importance of Bitcoin, “networks like Bitcoin offer a fertile foundation for economic growth in the digital ...
Posted May 2, 2018, Aaron van Wirdum looks at the potential for Bitcoin Lightning Network.
Spencer Bogart shares his opinion why decentralization matters. Posted April 25, 2018.
By Dhruv Bansal, Posted April 17, 2018
Lucas Nuzzi attempts to provide a semi-technical guide to key aspects of Bitcoin’s technology. Posted April 15, 2018
Essential tweetstorm from Murad on a great vision of a Bitcoin future. Posted April 14, 2018.
Paul Sztorc explains the ins and outs of Fraud proofs. Fraud Proofs address the problem of learning that a Bitcoin header is invalid (despite it being PoW va...
Adam Taché and Murad Mahmudov discuss four schools of thought related to Bitcoin. Posted April 10, 2018.
Paul Sztorc lays out what happens after everyone is a Bitcoin macimalist, when the disagreements inevitably creep back in and offers a solution to scale. Pos...
Posted March 28, 2018, Alex Svetski gives an explanation of why Bitcoin exists.
Posted March 2, 2018 by Vijay Boyapati. Essential reading for anyone interested in Bitcoin.
By Hugo Nguyen, posted February 10, 2018. This is part 1 of a 5 part series.
Dmitry Kalichkin describes NVT Signal, a new approach to NVT Ratio. Posted February 3, 2018.
Trace Mayer describes the Mayer Multiple, a way to look at Bitcoin price multiples. Unsure on post date.
Stop and Decrypt takes a critical look at the Bitcoin Cash community and how the branding is misleading on purpose. Posted December 21, 2017.