Today we’re in 2018. 9 Years ago we saw the Bitcoin white paper and the first Bitcoins were mined, and since we have also seen the sharp rise in prices. The last part of 2017 was full of media writing non-stop about Bitcoin, but mostly with a speculation angle.
We have to admit: we lack serious projects, which has an actual impact. However, as I wrote in my huge 15.000+ words piece, I argued this is caused by we’re currently in the infrastructure phase, not much further than the seventies of eighties of the Internet. This lack of impact seems to let some people believe we won’t see it, and simply neglect the potential.
Continue reading An example of a potential blockchain usage: replacing publishing houses
I’ve been following Bitcoin since 2013, and oh boy, it has been a ride. Some months it has been crazy interesting, but most months it has been slow and boring.
Fast-forward to the last couple of months, the media has been in a frenzy. As an early Bitcoin enthusiast, this has been exciting, but admittedly also a quite sad experience. Everyone is talking about making a quick buck by investing, and even the smart people who understand the technology often throws around vague statements that blockchain will change the world but never really are able to say more than this.
Continue reading The future of Bitcoin and blockchain – and why it’s much more important than the price
Bitcoin. Etherium. Ripple.
Recently the price of all cryptocurrencies has exploded in price, and every media site is working the type. This is the new way to get rich – quick!
As of writing this, I just screenshotted this from Coinmarketcap:
By reading this, it says that the total market cap of all cryptocurrencies are 137.137.994.554 USD. That’s 137 BILLION DOLLARS.
Continue reading Don’t get fooled into the short-term cryptocurrency price explosion