Many people today believe that cryptocurrencies are a new iteration of the "dot com" bubble of the late 1990s and early 2000s. This is an unfair comparison based out of fear and loss aversion psychology. Luckily, fear-based positions can be overcome with education initiatives.
This website seeks to aggregate a large amount of relevant cryptocurrency information in a single, easy-to-use format. This website hopes to reduce collective information costs associated with cryptocurrency research.
I first heard about Bitcoin in 2010 with the advent of the silk road. I didn't pay much attention to Bitcoin at the time, although I certainly wish I had (they were about $35 a piece). In 2016, I rediscovered Bitcoin while sitting in a law school classroom and discovered they were nearly $1000. I immediately started researching Bitcoin and started investing within a few days. Since then, I've been steadily researching cryptocurrencies. I intend to use this site as a permanent repository for holding all my crypto research. I hope you find it useful.
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