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Predictions, manisfestos and expectations

Cleaning up crypto, let’s get back to the future! what needs to happen in the "cleaning act", which many people expect to happen in 2018-2020 period

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Reflections on the Best Blockchain Tweets Ever Written July, 2017
Inspiring and grand visions

Bitcoin - It may fail but we now know how to do it by Nassim Taleb

Blockchains and the Opportunity of the Commons
by Alex Tabarrok June 4, 2018

Bitcoin as unbeatable virus by Mark Yusko (July 2018)

The Four Waves of Crypto Disruption by VersionOne

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Crypto is the Mother of All Scams and (Now Busted) Bubbles While Blockchain Is The Most Over-Hyped Technology Ever, No Better than a Spreadsheet/Database Roubini

  • Cryptocurrency Might be a Path to Authoritarianism It is quite easy to imagine VERY scary scenarios in the centralization rather than decentralization!!! If the world becomes fully digital, this is a natural tendency anyway, because goverments and transnationational corporates have plenty of details about people as well as plenty of capital. > Similarly, blockchain’s future seems tied to the short-term vision of investors and entrepreneurs willing to speculate on a hypothetical, distributed utopia without hedging against the consolidated autocracy it seems equally likely to realize. “This is what happens,” Greenfield says, “when very bright people outsmart themselves.”

Let’s Destroy Bitcoin and Let’s Destroy Bitcoin
Three ways Bitcoin could be brought down, co-opted, or made irrelevant By Morgen Peck

  • government regulation
  • takeover by Facebook
  • dilution by tokenization of everything

The Old Allure of New Money
May 21, 2018 ROBERT J. SHILLER

Transaction Costs and Tethers: why I am a crypto Skeptic by Paul Krugman (July 2018) Familiar arguments a) high transaction costs - the cost of lack of trust! inverted argument b) no tethering to the real world

business model and a killer Dapp

There is exactly one reason why anyone would use a blockchain — it’s because it solves a very interesting and difficult problem called the Consensus Problem. It’s a hard problem and it intrinsically requires a huge amount of resources to solve. about Dan Jeffries Killing Kickstarter: The Crypto Killer App Blueprint


What Will Bitcoin Look Like in Twenty Years? oct, 2017

It's 1994 In Cryptocurrency Ari Paul, nov 2017

The current state

12 Graphs That Show Just How Early The Cryptocurrency Market Is may 7, 2018

General Debates and Forecasting

Cryptocurrencies: Irrational Exuberance or Brave New World? MilkenInstitute Uploaded on 2 May 2018