Investing in the World’s Fastest Growing Sport (BTDG, EDR, DKNG, WWE, MSGS, CHDN, SGMS, DKMR)

The return of live sports following the pandemic lockdowns of last year has already powered gains for investors in stocks like Madison Square Garden Sports Corp (NYSE:MSGS) and Churchill Downs Inc (NASDAQ:CHDN). Although MMA only emerged in the 1990s, its growth has been exceptional, ranking it currently as one of the fastest growing sports in […]

The Sun Rises Again on Solar Stocks (SPWR, GSFI, FSLR)

The resounding victory by the democrats in this election cycle is poised to change the game for the renewable energy industry, with analysts anticipating more than twice as much government money invested in the space as we saw go into the space race five decades ago (in real dollars). That has the industry and its […]

Visualizing the Next Evolution Beyond Smart Contracts

Evolving from the Smart Contract Blockchain Platform to the Extensible Blockchain Object Model Platform By: Michael Holdmann Sheets and Workbooks Sheet Analogy In an attempt to understand the difference between a Smart Contract Blockchain Platform and an Extensible Blockchain Object Model Platform we have chosen an analogy, which we believe is widely understood at a […]

Amazon, eBay, NASDAQ on a Blockchain?

Making of Decentralized, Distributed, Open Multi-Tenant, Multi-sided Market Enablement Platform By: David Beberman, CTO In an article posted by Tren Griffin on his blog 25iq, “A Dozen Things I’ve Learned about Multi-sided Markets (Platforms)”[1], he defines a multi-sided market as a platform where multiple participants interact directly with each other. He provides examples such as […]

DataGrid Blockchain vs. Libra

DataGrid Blockchain vs. Libra By: David Beberman, CTO Libra Facebook just announced Libra and released both technical and business information regarding it. The technical side seems to consist of a leader-based, non-sharded, BFT consensus style, limited distributed ledger; coupled with a new language and VM with new built-in data types, and a “module” concept. The ledger […]

Facebook’s Libra Prompts Important Discussion in Crypto

Money has moved over the years from cash to credit card to digital currency beginning with the Nixon Administration removing the US Dollar from the Gold Standard in the 1970s, and allow global currencies to free float against one another, but the emergence of Bitcoin gained real traction when the housing market crashed in 2008. […]

CNBC Can’t Help Continually Bashing Bitcoin

Similar to the fake news liberal media puts out on The President of the United States, CNBC realizes it needs to bash Bitcoin and digital currencies or they will continue to lose the audience at an alarming rate.  The current staff including Joe Kernan, Becky Quick, Jim Cramer and others pretend each day that they […]

Public Blockchains have Major Flaws But it Doesnt Matter yet

Without pretending to know what goes on in the mind of Vitalik Buterin the Co-founder of Etherium who at age 25 is doing a replay of what Thomas Edison did at Menlo Park in 1876. Edison was disrupting electric power generation at 29 just as Buterin is disrupting the way we keep track of our […]

IEO Replaces ICO as Exchanges Vett Tokenization Surge

The ICO was a 2017 phenomena, and it pissed off everyone from regulators to investors, so the logical evolution of this asset class (crypto investments) falls to the Exchanges who vett candidates and charge a big piece to allow them to introduce the coin tokenomics to exchange membership. Most conclude that the exchanges are really […]

Another Cryptocurrency Milestone In Bitcoin Only Palazzo Sale

Bitcoin is now knocking on the real estate’s door. This is as a result of a Maltese Mansion that is up on sale. Interestingly though, this is a Bitcoin only Palazzo sale. According to CryptoDaily, the Mansion grosses for USD$3.52 million. The amount is equivalent to about 550 bitcoins. Prominent technology personalities were on the […]