At Crypto Pragmatist, we’re still pretty NFT-skeptical. Although there’s obviously value in having some type of immutable record of digital ownership, the current paradigm of fluffy cats and Bored Ape Yacht Club profile pics doesn’t seem to be particularly revolutionary, although we can’t really knock the artwork or the speculators who’ve made money off the… Continue reading NFTs for NFT Skeptics
Month: February 2022
An Update on the Solidly Wars
AN UPDATE ON THE SOLIDLY WARS. Featuring ve(3,3), $SOLID, @AndreCronjeTech, and more. If you’re not caught up already, the thread below is a basic (but outdated) primer on Solidly, originally known as ve(3,3): So how have the Solidly Wars played out? The below table is what I used to inform my trading strategy. It shows… Continue reading An Update on the Solidly Wars
What do Crypto Developers Know that We Don’t?
With the recent downtrend in crypto markets, it’s a helpful exercise to step back and observe things other than price. How is value in crypto created? Where does it originate? We can learn a lot about crypto from going straight to the source: the developers that create these systems and networks. The developer activity in… Continue reading What do Crypto Developers Know that We Don’t?
Everything You Need to Know About Crypto Regulation
Regulation is one of the biggest question marks facing cryptocurrency. Complex, opaque, and oftentimes non-existent, regulation is frustrating for consumers, crypto entrepreneurs, and even lawmakers themselves. Globally, we see regulatory landscapes differ dramatically. In general, the European Union has extremely favorable tax laws for both crypto businesses and crypto trading, making it a paradise for… Continue reading Everything You Need to Know About Crypto Regulation