35 min

Crypto News Roundup for December 2017 (Ep. 0004) Flippening - For Crypto Investors

This week’s show is our very first Crypto News Roundup for December of 2017. These episodes provide long-form commentary and context around the most important news and events for cryptocurrency investors. Joining us for this episode is Taylor Pearson, the author of The End of Jobs. Taylor recently spoke at length on social media about the lack of understanding that many people have for blockchain technology. This conversation includes some great insight into crypto hedge funds, cybersecurity, and institutional cryptoeconomics.
Note: This Episode of Flippening is Made Possible by Nomics' free Cryptocurrency and Bitcoin API.
The Nomics API offers squeaky clean and normalized primary source cryptocurrency trade data offered through fast and modern endpoints. Instead of having to integrate with a bunch of exchange APIs of varying quality, you can get everything through one screaming fast firehose. If you’ve found that you or your developer has to spend too much time cleaning up and maintaining cryptoasset datasets, instead of identifying investing/trading opportunities . . . or if you’re tired of interpolated data and want raw primary source trades delivered simply and consistently, with top-notch support and SLAs, then check us out at Nomics.com.

This week’s show is our very first Crypto News Roundup for December of 2017. These episodes provide long-form commentary and context around the most important news and events for cryptocurrency investors. Joining us for this episode is Taylor Pearson, the author of The End of Jobs. Taylor recently spoke at length on social media about the lack of understanding that many people have for blockchain technology. This conversation includes some great insight into crypto hedge funds, cybersecurity, and institutional cryptoeconomics.
Note: This Episode of Flippening is Made Possible by Nomics' free Cryptocurrency and Bitcoin API.
The Nomics API offers squeaky clean and normalized primary source cryptocurrency trade data offered through fast and modern endpoints. Instead of having to integrate with a bunch of exchange APIs of varying quality, you can get everything through one screaming fast firehose. If you’ve found that you or your developer has to spend too much time cleaning up and maintaining cryptoasset datasets, instead of identifying investing/trading opportunities . . . or if you’re tired of interpolated data and want raw primary source trades delivered simply and consistently, with top-notch support and SLAs, then check us out at Nomics.com.

35 min