The actual PDF is here
Haven’t watched but plan to.
Leaving it here for now.
Trying to grok this. Interesting framework for thinking about it but not sure it is true.
Might be a long time to be proven right or wrong on this one.
But those who stayed were rewarded, although it took a long time for that to happen. We didn’t see meaningful paydays in the Internet sector until the 2007-2008 period and the big paydays didn’t start coming until 2010 and beyond.
The thing to look for in the downturn is signs of life. There were little projects that turned into big ones. Blogger was started in late 1999, almost shut down many times in the next few years, and was picked up by Google in 2003. Myspace, LinkedIn, and Facebook all emerged in the 2002-2004 period, as the Internet was finally coming to life again.
So that is my framework for thinking about where we are with crypto and where we are going.
I think some crypto asset (and possibly a number of crypto assets) will have a price chart like Amazon’s current one in 18 years. But we will have to do what Amazon did, hunker down and build value and survive, for quite a while to get there. And I think things will get worse before they get better.
This is good.
Inside the ongoing argument over whether Bitcoin, Ethereum, and the blockchain are transforming the world.
Saving this for later.
Want to hear the updates.
Quite a shift in careers:
Kathryn Haun made her name prosecuting Bitcoin crimes. As a partner at Andreessen Horowitz, she could reshape the cryptocurrency industry.