I’ve talked about the concept of Zombie tokens before, primarily in podcasts (my own and some guest appearances). The premise of the zombie token is that there are hundreds (or thousands) of tokens with far too little liquidity to even consider selling in significant quantity, and therefore they are dead despite carrying some value. Bendik […]
Is bitcoin highly correlated to other legacy asset classes? Is it risk on or risk off? tl;dr: we don’t know. More-so, there are several types of correlations to consider. It’s not simple, and it’s playing out live — as we are seeing some of the most severe risk-centric behavior in legacy markets in years.
“We’re looking to beat bitcoin.” Translation: I hope this will work well enough so I can make more bitcoin by dumping all over the suckers who buy into this PR stunt.
In this episode, Josh and I talk about the news of the week, and price analysis on both alts and bitcoin, including the price we want to be a buyer at on the weekly chart.
Marguerite deCourcelle is building an empire that blends her art and her gaming passions, using crypto. I’m convinced Blockade Games will be absolutely massive.
In this episode I talk to Wes Pryor about making markets for altcoins that are often illiquid and new coin distributions.
In this episode, Josh and I talk about India banning crypto, Algorand’s token distribution flop, futures exchanges galore, and our key price levels for Bitcoin.
In this episode I talk to Edward Woodford about the tools his firm is building for institutional market participants.
In this episode, Josh and I talk about the flurry of US national news around bitcoin, much thanks to Libra… but it really brings crypto onto the main stage.
I talk to Aaron Lammer, my friend from the Coin Talk Show, and we discuss the crushing of alt coins, my relative bearishness on Binance, and dive deep into random Libra takes.