A few weeks ago, I dropped in on the Coin Center guys in D.C. They are doing some great work educating politicians and regulators about cryptocurrencies and related technologies, such as public blockchains. One of the guys I met on that visit was Peter Van Valkenburgh (in the middle of the […]
Announcing the new Cointucky Slack group dedicated to Kentucky-area users and fans of bitcoin, cryptocurrencies in general, and their underlying technologies, such as blockchain. cointucky.slack.com Whether you live in Kentucky, in the “neighborhood” of the Commonwealth, or just want to meet some great people in the space, this is the […]
Just a quick note to point your attention to the recently-released UPS podcast interview with Barry Silbert, founder of Digital Currency Group. Barry always shares an amazing entrepreneur’s insight into the role bitcoin and blockchain technologies will play in the future of commerce. Check it out.
The entire cryptocurrency/blockchain community, as well as much of Wall Street, has been anxiously awaiting the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) decision regarding the Winklevoss twins‘ proposed bitcoin exchange traded fund (ETF), which would trade under the ticker symbol COIN. The final deadline has come down to 13 March, […]
Last night, I spoke to the Bullitt Amateur Radio Society about Bitcoin. In case anyone might find it helpful, I’ve made my presentation public. Feel free to use it in whatever way you wish, although I would appreciate some attribution. As I prepared for the talk, I realized I have often […]
I’m happy to report that I received my Fintech certificate today from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). My final grade was 95.9. I highly recommend this course for anyone considering a startup involving bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies, blockchain technologies, roboadvisory services, new payment technologies or other areas of the […]