Chaff from the wheat: towards improved cryptocurrency valuation metrics

Harvester separating the wheat from the chaff. Source

As used today across the crypto-world, market capitalization (market cap) can be an extremely misleading, even deceptive, metric that’s nonetheless used nearly exclusively to compare cryptocurrency valuations.

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Bye bye BCash: good riddance to bad actors

Hard metrics analysis of the BCash blockchain signals the beginning of the end for the shitcoin and its derivatives.

BCash chain split in brief

Recently and inevitably, the primary sponsors of BCash (self proclaimed ‘Bitcoin Cash’), Roger Ver, Jihan Wu, and Craig Wright (Faketoshi) have digressed to new all time lows (ATL) on their very-public and self-imposed paths to oblivion.

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Bitcoin trading: is BTC price correlated with the Nasdaq?

Over the past seven years we’ve seen the meteoric rise of Bitcoin (BTC). Certainly BTC has some maturing yet to do, if it’s to compete head to head with established markets such the Nasdaq. But are the major trends in other markets correlated at all with those of Bitcoin?

Tl;dr — No. And it’s a good thing!

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