My main source of crypto knowledge comes from Twitter, and I also do meta-threads consolidating great information about crypto there. I keep a great list of Crypto Twitter accounts. Where time permits, I write long-form cryptocurrency articles on Seedly to educate investors on cryptocurrency in general.
Do reach out to me on Twitter.
Think NFTs are a bubble? I compiled a meta-thread, curating thoughts on why people who own (ridiculously worthless) NFTs consider it a nascent ecosystem with huge potential.
I compile a meta-thread detailing investment theses on Solana, as well as interesting developements within the space.
A Meta-thread on everything related to the Terra ecosystem, and why its such an appealing investment.
I highlight developments in the Bitcoin & Larger crypto industry, with particular reference to idenfying situations where Bitcoin is used in the real world.
I write educational threads on an irregular basis that try to educate new crypto investors, focusing on the fundamental aspects of things rather than the price side.
I wrote a comprehensive overview addressing some of the key concerns of having Bitcoin in your investment portfolio, such as Volatility, adoption & regulation and comparisons to gold.
I wrote about how I got scammed in crypto for 4K usd, in just under 10 minutes. Aaaaaaand it's gone. I reflect on those mistakes and provide 5 lessons crypto investors can learn to avoid being scammed like me.
Having a long-term view on crypto requires a decent understanding of what makes it tick and its usefulness. Blockchains are key to understanding crypto and appreciate its potential.
Blockchains of yesteryear suffer from the Blockchain Trilemma. Furthermore, as a potential crypto investor knowledge of L1s and L2s will be essential to identify investment opportunities.