Holding On To Bitcoin & Beyond With All Their Might
Photo by Paul E. Alers
There’s plenty of buzz around Bitcoin and which infinity it’s going to be headed to (zero or hero). Here’s the first one. It’s a white paper from Bretton Woods Consumers’ Research division (est. 1929) that was presented this weekend at the North American Bitcoin Conference in Miami (www.btcmiami.com). The title is “The Promise of Bitcoin and the Blockchain”. I would suggest you find out if “the promise” is from one or the other or both before launching into the space for yourself.
The Promise Of Bitcoin And The Blockchain
Here’s another paper that I mentioned a few days ago from your friends at the International Monetary Fund.
Virtual Currencies And Beyond
Aaaand, a series of fresh reports would not be complete without a weigh-in from a big accounting firm. Here’s Deloitte’s take on the space.
Blockchain Enigma. Paradox. Opportunity
Don’t forget the Brits… To the Blockchain and Beyond!!
Distributed Ledger Technology: Beyond Block Chain
… updating this page for the third time in three days. Here’s the DTCC rendition of Sinatra’s you “embracable blockchain you”.
If you didn’t know better, you would think that there was a single orchestra conductor somewhere handing out the sheet music. Speaking of the DTCC, that’s been one of Dave’s favorite subjects over the years. Here’s twenty articles on the subject if you’re having trouble sleeping or understanding why the DTCC is so important to Digital Assset Holding’s strategery.
This is the fourth update to this blog post… the blog post that wouldn’t die. Here’s Price Waterhouse Coopers on A Strategist’s Guide To Blockchain.
A Strategist’s Guide To Blockchain
Goldman Sachs on The Digitization of Finance or what Dave refers to as SAchain (video).
The Digitization Of Finance
I skipped this one when it originally came out, but considering that this blog post has turned into a library index for January 2016 as the Month of the Blockchain, here you go. Magister Advisers: A Survey Of Global Leaders.
Magister Advisors: A Survey Of Global Leaders
Now, I’m breaking my own rule and rolling back to earlier in 2015 when the European Central Bank issued their 2nd paper on Virtual Currencies:
European Central Bank – Virtual Currency Schemes – A Further Analysis
Sian Jones gets the final word for the European Parliaments Economic & Monetary Affairs Committee hearing on The Bitcoin, The Bitcoin, The Bitcoin.
EuroParl Hearing On Blockchain Tech (video)
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