How do you keep yourself informed about crypto?

When newcomers ask about crypto and NFTs, they’re often told that these things are “based on blockchain technology”. Legacy media outlets always use this expression all the time and I believe it may be because they’ve no idea what they’re talking about.


And anyway this is, in my opinion, a dumb explanation because the next question would inevitabily be: “cool! So what the hell is blockchain technology?”


Understanding crypto takes time, a commodity that most people are running out of, and it is very difficult to create a one-size-fits-all package to explain everything to everyone in one go.


During my time at the Tomorrow Conference in Belgrade last weekend, I happened upon a Slovenian startup that’s trying to do exactly that. It’s called Cryptounity.


The whole idea, the whole project, is based on the statistical knowledge that only 2% of the world use crypto, which leaves us with 98% with no idea what it is or how to use it.


They want to create a hub where you can find enough info to get a basic understanding of everything crypto from how an exchange work to NFT marketplaces.


It’s an ambitious goal but they’ve structured it right and designed it to make sure you start simple and learn the basics right away, especially when it comes to crucial things like cybersecurity.


As you’d expect, the platform also has its native token called CUT (on BSC), with a total supply of 1,000,000,000.


I haven’t bought any yet but I’m considering it. Partly because I believe in the project, but chiefly because there’s nothing else to do right now, I can’t certainly sell crypto now, can I?



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Can blockchain technology be used to manage sensitive data?

I occasionally freelance for a company that specialises in communications and social media and a few months ago, they asked me to transcript and translate three videos about a topic I knew nothing about: data management in the music industry.


The job was a bit boring but I learnt a lot, and I learnt that managing data, especially when it comes to intellectual property, is a complicated mess. And I immediately thought to myself, “this is what blockchain technology is designed for, actually”.


A few months later, at a crypto and NFT conference in Belgrade dubbed ‘Tomorrow Conference’, I came across the founder of a company that does exactly that: blockchain-based data management.


The company is called Inery and what they aim to do is convert data into readable form, provide backup and blockchain-based management with cross-chain capabilities as well.


The native token is called $INR, on the Tron network (based on what I could find), you can find the contract here.

And you can find more info here.


$INR is the unit of exchange to access decentralised storage of Inery, you can stake it, become a validator and participate in governance.


When non-crypto people ask about crypto and NFTs they usually get a pre-ready answer that this is a “blockchain-based” asset or currency. That’s a non-answer that I personally think it’s not very useful because you then have to explain what the Blockchain is.


So the idea of managing data using ‘blockchain technology’ means nothing unless you can explain, easily and quickly, what the blockchain can do for you.


Let me give a shot: the blockchain is based on cryptography, which is basically like math. You can either manage data relying on human beings and trusting they’ll do the right thing, or you can use blockchain technology and trust that 2+2 always equals 4. Always.



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First European panel in the Metaverse to take place in Belgrade, Serbia (and I’ll be there)

Belgrade is the former capital of Jugoslavia, the capital and largest city in Serbia, a global and vibrant hub. And it is also my home. I relocated here about a year ago and when I heard there would be a 3-day crypto-focused event at Belgrade Fair, on the right bank of the Sava River, I immediately knew I had to go. So I will.


This is the largest Crypto, NFT and Metaverse conference in Europe and while I’m looking forward to the 7 panels, 100 speakers and 50 keynotes, what really, really interests me is the people. I wanna know what people think. What they bought, or sold, or hodled, and why, and how, and when. And their take on the Metaverse and NFTs being used as an art form but also as a means of authenticating property and assets.


ECD’s founder Aleksandar Matanovic will be there, along with Craig Sellers, founder of Tether, Tanja Bivic Plankar, President of the Blockchain Alliance of Europe and Bruno Ver, blockchain specialist and founder of the top NFT business NIFTIFY.


I will be sharing updates in the coming days here, as well as on Bitcoinea.




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Here’s why I couldn’t care less what billionaire investors say about crypto, and neither should you

Here’s something to remember: whenever anybody is trying to make a point by using this or that billionaire investor’s quote as further evidence and proof what they’re saying is true, that’s basically what communication experts call an ‘appeal to authority’, also called ‘argument from authority’. And that, as far as argument-winning techniques go, is a losing strategy.


With the ‘argument from authority’ strategy you’re esentially using the influential power of a public figure as self-evident proof to back up your argument, but the opinion of an authority is only relevant if everyone in the conversation believes in the authority. That’s like saying it’s true because “it says so in the Bible”, that’s all you need to know if you’re Christian but it’s obviously irrelevant if you’re agnostic or follow a different religion.


In the crypto space – and this happens every day – influential CEOs and billionaire investors share their opinions. And these opinions are used as facts by both crypto evangelists and crypto non-believers to make their point, but they’re both wrong.



First of all, we should bear in mind that most billionaires became successful for one of two reasons: they were either right more times than they were wrong, or they were right once but that one time was enough to make them billionaires. Warren Buffet, for example, most likely falls under the first category. Jeff Bezos probably falls in the second category. But that doesn’t mean that either of them is 100% right, 100% of the time.


There’s an old saying in football (soccer, if you’re reading in the U.S.), “you should count goals but you should also ‘weigh’ them”. And it applies to opinions as well. The value and weight of people’s opinion depends on what they do, and who they are. When it comes to crypto, if Vitalik Buterin is talking, everyone else listens, including Warren Buffet. When it comes to stocks, it’s the other way around. When it comes to, say, smartphone technology, both should probably take a seat and listen to Tim Cook. See where I’m getting at?


And their opinions are often generic and fail to provide any actual value. A famous hedge manager, for example, recently said that the “crypto craze is overblown”. What does that even mean? That’s like somebody in the mid 1990s saying the “internet is overblown”.


Lastly, and this is also important, I don’t care what they say because they change their mind all the time. Institutional investors have a vested interest in preserving the status quo, and crypto destroys the status quo. Sooner or later they’re all going to join the bandwagon, because they will have to, because crypto can’t be killed. And it can’t be killed because it isn’t a financial instrument or an asset, it’s a new type of technology.


In the meantime, I honestly couldn’t care less what billionaire investors say. In the short term, I’m happy when they praise it, frustrated when they slam it, but in the long run, it doesn’t make a difference, and that’s why I don’t care.



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Institutions say they want to regulate bitcoin? Yeah but first they need to understand it

I don’t expect institutions, banks and governments to understand bitcoin and blockchain technology but they should give one of those clever consultants they overpay something to do, so they can look into it and relay the information. If you’re a head of state and you want to regulate cryptocurrencies, the first thing you should do is hire somebody who understands it, and that person will come back to your office and tell you very clearly, and calmly, what you can or cannot do with crypto. And almost everything will be a binary option.


“So I heard bitcoin is limited to 21 million, I want to change it to 22 million”

“Not possible, sir”

“Why?”

“Because you can’t mandate your way around math.”


The more you know and the more you realise that almost everything you can or can’t do with bitcoin and blockchain technology is essentially written in the code. Governments should know, for example, that they can regulate a crypto exchange but they can’t regulate an actual transaction. They can’t stop it, they can’t reverse it, intercept it.


The problem – for them – is that they’re so used to getting their own way that they can strong-arm everyone and anyone by power of legislation, but that’s not that esy with crypto. Some governments probably already know this, and that’s why they’re jumping on the bandwagon and trying to get their cut. Others keep using the word “ban”. Good luck with that.



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What is an NFT? Here’s what I think

An NFT is essentially just an immutable line of code, it can’t be deleted and it can’t altered. It is registered on a blockchain, a permanent public ledger that anybody can observe but nobody can corrupt. So far, we’ve attached jpeg images to these NFTs and used them as digital art, but you can attach anything to it. Let’s say you wanna buy a Rolex and you wanna make sure it’s legit, you can create an NFT and use it to authenticate it (because nobody would be able to fake it or change it).


As for the examples we’ve seen so far, I guess it’s all about the hype and whatever works for buyers. Kinda like Richard Mille watches. Many want them, many think they’re fugly. The most popular NFTs are these images you shared, the ‘Bored Ape’ project and others are based on futuristic 3D images. That’s about personal taste and hype. So far, NFTs have only been used as ‘veblen’ goods. Conspicuous consumption for the sake of it. Like “hey I’m so wealthy I can buy a digital JPEG for a mill.”


Having said that. We should also remember that buyers often fall under one of two categories: celebrities and influencers that buy them to show off and early crypto adopters who buy them because they bought ethereum back when one ETH was maybe 1 dollar or 10 dollars. So now they’re millionaires.


Shameless plug (sorry): I’m creating a collection of NFTs called ‘Birds of Belgrade’. Why the name? Because I like birds, especially ducks, and because I live in Belgrade. Somebody already mocked me for the low floor price ($4) but I’m a nobody, so I guess 4 dollars is a good price. I expect to create 4-5 NFTs a week on Crypto.com/NFT until the collection is complete. Go check it out if you want, leave a like, it helps immensely. Cheers.



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3 crypto mistakes people should stop making

I apologise for the slightly clickbaity headline, I learnt from a soon-to-be former colleague writing about cars, but I digress. The point is, there are a few things that people do in crypto that really, truly, honestly get my goat. In fact, I have a favour to ask, if you think these aren’t mistakes, please do feel free to write in the comments why, and if you have anything to add, I’d also appreciate if you could let me and readers know in the comments.


1. Using ‘stop loss’ for Crypto is like trying to empty a bathtub full of water with a teanspoon


This is personal: I hate the ‘stop loss’ feature on exchange platforms. By definition, hate is irrational, but if I had to apply logy and rationality to the reason why I hate it, I’d tell you that it’s because I don’t want to ‘stop’ my ‘losses’ because that would imply that that particular asset won’t go up again, and if I picked an asset that won’t go up again after going down, it means I made the wrong investment.


I personally don’t trade cryptos – like, at all – I don’t even sell, but applying the SL method to crypto is crazy, because crypto is volatile and it means that the risk of triggering a stop loss and lose money is too high, whereas you could simply wait and sell, manually, once it goes back up again. Which it will. Always.


2. Focusing on the price, while ignoring utility and potential


Broadly speaking, the same rules of thumb for the stock market should also apply to crypto: only invest in stocks of companies you’d actually buy from and like, focus on utility and growth potential. Sometimes, some people tend to ‘overthink price’ and ‘underthink potential’. Bitcoin, for example, looks expensive, and it may as well be, but when you consider what it is, and is potential, and its core charateristics, I’d say it is actually undervalued.


All things being equal, a coin that makes transaction fast, easy and cheap shows more potential than an equivalent coin that makes transaction slower and expensive. Obviously, that is not the only thing you should keep in mind, but it is important, and sometimes I feel like we underestimate that.


3. Underestimating cybersecurity


Generally speaking, I think it never hurts to be careful and/or borderline paranoid about your online security. If you keep your money in an exchange or a wallet in your phone, for example, it’s better to change the password every 5 days, even though it sounds excessive, than every 90 days. I personally prefer 2FA (as in, on an app), than a text message OTP but if and when I can I make sure to keep both on.


I used to work for a crypto company, and for about four years, I experienced first-hand the impact of underestimating the importance of safely storing passwords and codes. I helped thousands of customers and I’m afraid to say that 9 times out of 10, when they lost funds, it was because they’d been too naive with their passwords. I made that mistake once, a long time ago. I don’t plan to do it again.


Is there anything you want to add? Let me know!


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Let’s play a silly game: pick your favourite coin/token based on the logo alone

I think that the logo and the name of tokens and coins we invest into play a much bigger part than we care to admit? I once bought some Tribe just because I used to work for a company with a similar name, and I bought Kava because it means ‘coffee’ in several languages in Eastern Europe. I looked into Uniswap because I liked the logo, and for the same reason I researched Matic a few months ago.


It sounds silly, and it is, but we’ve all been there. Well, some of us have been there.


In recent weeks, I began doing some research on Moss Carbon Credit, Quant and IoTeX precisely because I liked the logo and the name. I’m not too sure about Quant and IoTeX but I’m very bullish on Moss Carbon Credit (MC02) but that’s beside the point.


Has it happened to you? Have you ever invested into something just because you liked the name or the logo, and if you could pick only coin to hold based on nothing but the logo, what would it be?



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The main reason why I believe that bitcoin, whatever else happens, can’t go 0

It’s a simple reason, actually. And maybe I should apologise because I’m gonna turn this into a full-blown article but the bottom line is: bitcoin won’t go to 0 because people believe, fiercely and strongly, it won’t. It’s basically a religion.


Bitcoin is a 13-year-old technology that changed what we knew about money and property. Everybody is talking about the monetary side of it, and I’m up for it, no problem, but we all know that the true value lies in the technology that supports it. That’s the number one reason why most people ‘believe’.


The second reason why is that if you’ve been in the game long enough, you’ve already seen a bunch of corrections including two major and loud drops, one in 2018 and then again one in March 2020. I, for one, can confidently say that if I didn’t lose faith, and didn’t panic-sell in 2018 and 2020, I probably never will. I can only speak for myself, of course. I can’t speak for anyone else, but I strongly suspect a lot of people feel exactly like I do. Whales definitely do, considering they’ve been buying everyone else’s dip in recent times. But that’s a different conversation altogether, I guess.


What do you think?



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I’m gonna sell (most of) my watches and put money into bitcoin

I’m a small-time watch collector, I don’t wish to sound immodest because the combined value of the watches I own probably doesn’t match the value of a brand-new Rolex, but that’s a different conversation. I’ve always loved watches, and for about two years, I’ve also been writing about them. I own some that I never wear, some that I wear often and some I sometimes wear.


The thing is, most watches are a liability, not an asset. Well, I guess it depends whether you include depreciation into your definition of liability, which I guess you should. If you buy a brand-new Rolex Submariner, which you can’t do unless you have a well-oiled, long-standing relationship with your AD, it’s not a liability, because it will appreciate in value. But what if you buy, say, a Seiko? Most Seikos don’t depreciate too badly, and you can sell them reasonably fast, so is that a liability or an asset.


Either way, I’ve decided to get rid of most of my watches – and I already know it’ll take time and patience – to increase my bitcoin position. That’s because I’m constantly studying and trying to learn and the more I look into it, and the more I realise that bitcoin reaching $1m – sooner or later – is effectively inevitable – short of a black swan event or an unpredictable catastrophe. And while it is true that it is going to take around 100+ years to finally mine the last ever bitcoin, supply will continue to shrink as more whales buy bitcoin and as more people, for one reason or another, lose access to their funds.


What are your thoughts on bitcoin? Do you still think it’s gonna be the king of crypto in the future?


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