Muchos recursos acerca de Bitcoin, Blockchain y Crypto-monedas

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Building Blocks and Basics
WTF is the blockchain? — understanding the problem it solves before defining it
by Mohit Mamoria

Ever wonder how bitcoin (and other cryptocurrencies) actually work?
from 3Blue1Brown

How the bitcoin protocol actually works
by Michael Nielsen

Ethereum in 25 minutes
by Vitalik Buterin

How does Ethereum work, anyway? — how it functions at a technical level, without complex math
by Preethi Kasireddy

Decrypting crypto, from bitcoin and blockchain to ICOs
by Alex Rampell

Cryptographic hash function — what they are, properties of, etc.
by Khan Academy

Basic primer on blockchain — ledger basics, why it matters
by Chris Berg, Sinclair Davidson, and Jason Potts

Basic terminology for Ethereum — from gas to dapps (distributed apps)
by Matt Condon

A basic glossary of terms — a few short and simple definitions

Beginner’s guide series on cryptoassets (series) — from ethereum to litecoin
by Linda Xie

Foundations (& History)
Bitcoin whitepaper (2009): A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System
by Satoshi Nakamoto

Ethereum whitepaper (2013+): A Next-Generation Smart Contract and Decentralized Application Platform
by Vitalik Buterin et al

The Byzantine Generals Problem (1982)
by Leslie Lamport, Robert Shostak, and Marshall Pease

The Agoric papers series (1988)
by Mark Miller and K. Eric Drexler

The idea of smart contracts (1997)
by Nick Szabo

Why bitcoin matters (2014)
by Marc Andreessen

Bitcoin’s academic pedigree (2017)
by Arvind Narayanan and Jeremy Clark

Key Concepts
Beyond the bitcoin bubble
by Steven Johnson

Crypto tokens: A breakthrough in open network design
by Chris Dixon

Crypto tokens and the coming age of protocol innovation
by Albert Wenger

Fat protocols
by Joel Monegro

Cryptocurrencies, app coins, and investing in protocols
Olaf Carson-Wee, Chris Dixon, and Sonal Chokshi

Getting applications into people’s hands
Juan Benet and Chris Dixon

How the U.S. government used blockchain to fight fraud
by Kathryn Haun

Bitcoin network effects
by Elad Gil

Keepers: workers that maintain blockchain networks — when designed correctly, tokens can act like rocket-fuel for driving network effects by incentivizing desired behaviors
by Ryan Zurrer

The quiet master of cryptocurrency — Nick Szabo in conversation with Naval Ravikant
by Tim Ferris

Why crypto tokens matter
Fred Ehrsam and Chris Dixon

Why it’s hard to “get” bitcoin: the blockchain spectrum
by Dhruv Bansal

Money, blockchains, and social scalability
by Nick Szabo

What do we mean by “blockchains are trustless”?
by Preethi Kasireddy

Why decentralization matters — from eras of the internet to cryptonetworks
by Chris Dixon

The meaning of decentralization — but what does that actually mean? nuances, depth
by Vitalik Buterin

Quantifying decentralization — we must be able to measure blockchain decentralization before we can improve it
by Balaji Srinivasan and Leland Lee

The truth about blockchain — framework for adoption to help big company executives understand state of development; strategic investments; challenges, resources, processes to facilitate adoption
by Marco Iansiti and Karim Lakhani

The slow death of the firm
by Nick Tomaino

Vitalik Buterin, creator of Ethereum — Unchained: big ideas from the worlds of blockchain and cryptocurrency
by Laura Shin

Mental models for understanding tokens
Nick Tomaino and Chris Dixon

The myth of the irrational token holder — why blockchain governance doesn’t fit squarely into any existing model
by Kathleen Breitman

Blockchain governance — design components, approaches, suggestions
by Fred Ehrsam

Against on-chain governance — refuting (and rebuking) the above post
by Vlad Zamfir

Thoughts on governance and network effects
Luke Duncan

Notes on blockchain governance
by Vitalik Buterin

A self-amending crypto-ledger — Tezos position paper
by Arthur and Kathleen Breitman

Privacy and Security
Privacy on the blockchain
by Vitalik Buterin

Securing smart contracts (series) — 6 Solidity vulnerabilities and how to avoid them
from Loom

Ethereum smart contract best practices
by ConsenSys Diligence

Town Crier: an authenticated data feed for smart contracts
by Fan Zhang, Ethan Cecchetti, Kyle Croman, Ari Juels, and Elaine Shi

Devcon3 panel on formal verification
Phil Daian, Everett Hildenbrandt, Yoichi Hirai, and Loi Luu, moderated by Reto Trinkler

What are zk-SNARKs?
by Jay Graber

Zk-SNARKs: under the hood (series) — assumes basic knowledge of zk-SNARKs (zero-knowledge succinct non-interactive argument of knowledge)
by Vitalik Buterin

STARKs, part I: proofs with polynomials — general-purpose technology that can be used for all sorts of use cases ranging from verifiable computation to privacy-preserving cryptocurrency
by Vitalik Buterin

Scalable, transparent, and post-quantum secure computational integrity — on transparent zk-SNARKs (zk-STARKs) as a solution to the tension between personal privacy and institutional integrity
by Eli Ben-Sasson, Iddo Bentov, Yinon Horesh, and Michael Riabzev

Succinct non-interactive zero knowledge for a von Neumann Architecture
by Eli Ben-Sasson, Alessandro Chiesa, Eran Tromer, and Madars Virza

Blockchains don’t scale — not today, at least… but there’s hope
by Preethi Kasireddy

Platform currencies may soon be obsolete — here is my claim: within 5 years the biggest cryptocurrency by market cap will be an application token
by Aleksandr Bulkin

The importance of layer two — an HTTP of bitcoin and blockchains
by Elizabeth Stark

What is the Lightning Network and how can it help bitcoin scale?
by Elizabeth Stark

Making sense of Ethereum’s Layer 2 scaling solutions: state channels, Plasma, and Truebit
by Josh Stark

Scaling Tezos — scaling with recursive SNARKs (succinct non-interactive zero-knowledge proofs of knowledge)
by Arthur Breitman

Ethereum Foundation research initiatives — primary topics in both pure and applied research
by Ethereum Foundation

Ethereum scalability research and development subsidy programs
by Vitalik Buterin

A beginner’s guide to Ethermint
by Tendermint

Construction of a plasma chain 0x1
by David Knott

Accounts, transactions, gas, and block gas limits in Ethereum
by Hudson Jameson

Interplanetary linked computing: separating Merkle Computing from blockchain computational courts
by Simon de la Rouviere

Ethereum sharding: overview and finality
by Hsiao-Wei Wang

Consensus Compare: Casper vs. Tendermint; Tendermint BFT vs. EOS dPoS
from Tendermint

Ethereum Casper 101
by Jon Choi

The history of Casper (series)
by Vlad Zamfir

Decentralization in bitcoin and ethereum
by Adem Efe Gencer, Soumya Basu, Ittay Eyal, Robbert van Renesse, and Emin Gün Sirer

Seeking consensus on consensus — DPOS (delegated proof of stake) and the Two Generals’ problem
by Ian Grigg

A proof of stake design philosophy
by Vitalik Buterin

Inflation and participation in stake based token protocols
by Doug Petkanics

Cryptoeconomics and Investing
A crash course in mechanism design for cryptoeconomic applications — understanding the basic fundamentals of cryptoeconomics
from BlockChannel

Cryptoasset valuations — a theory and framework for evaluating
by Chris Burniske

An (institutional) investor’s take on cryptoassets
by John Pfeffer

Comments on the above (tweetstorm) — network effects?; programmability as feature of money
by Kyle Samani

On value, velocity, and monetary theory — a new approach to cryptoasset valuations
by Alex Evans

On medium-of-exchange token valuations
by Vitalik Buterin

Understanding token velocity
by Kyle Samani

A process for evaluating new tokens
by Nick Tomaino

Token classification framework — a multi-dimensional tool for understanding and classifying crypto tokens
by Thomas Euler

Fat protocols are not an investment thesis
by Jake Brukhman

Skin-in-the-game coins
by Ryan Selkis

Fundraising and Token Distribution
Thoughts on tokens
by Balaji Srinivasan

Funding the evolution of blockchains
by Fred Ehrsam

The bitcoin model for crowdfunding
by Naval Ravikant

How to make bonding curves for the economic web — a novel token distribution mechanism for building healthy communities, a technical primer
by Slava Balasanov

Separating the staking token from the fee token — introducing the Photon (the Hard Spoon explained)
by Tendermint

Explanation of DAICOs
by Vitalik Buterin

The SAFT Project

Regulatory environment and considerations — updates and explainers
from Coin Center

Decentralized Exchanges
State of decentralized exchanges, 2018
by Nathan Sexer

Networked liquidity — projects solving the chicken and egg problem
by Radar Relay

List of decentralized exchanges — of cryptocurrencies and tokens (does not yet include column for degree of decentralization)

Stablecoins: A holy grail in digital currency
by Nick Tomaino

An overview of stablecoins
by Myles Snider

The search for a stable cryptocurrency
by Vitalik Buterin

Maker for dummies: a plain English explanation of the Dai stablecoin
by Gregory DiPrisco

Cryptoeconomic Primitives: Curation Markets, Cryptocollectibles, Games
Introducing curation markets — trade popularity of memes and information (with code!)
by Simon de la Rouviere

Curation markets (tweetstorm) — summary and implications of
by Fred Ehrsam

Early UIs for curation markets (tweetstorm) — categories and some projects using markets to curate human readable information
by Jesse Walden

Token-curated registries — a more formal but less-than-mathematical view of token-curated registries
by Mike Goldin

Building ‘Google for the economic web’ on the Ethereum blockchain
by Maciej Olpinski

Smart media tokens
from Steemit

Digital pets that don’t die
by Elaine Ou

Will cryptocurrencies be the art market’s next big thing?
by Scott Reyburn

Digital collectibles and the weird future of “digibles”
by Josh Stark

Cryptocollectibles are XLNT, but nobody knows what’s next
by Matt Condon

Rare pepe — what happens when you combine a crypto-asset with a meme and a trading card
by Fred Wilson

Developer Tutorials, Practical Guides, and Maker Stories
Learn to code Ethereum dapps by building your own game — designed for beginners to Solidity (even if you’ve never coded with Solidity before)

How to code your own cryptokitties-style game on Ethereum
by James Martin Duffy

Learning Solidity — commit-reveal voting
by Karl Floersch

The hitchhiker’s guide to smart contracts in Ethereum
by Manuel Araoz

Introduction to zk-SNARKs with examples — an overview of zk-SNARKs from a practical viewpoint
Christian Lundkvist

zkSNARKs: driver’s ed — practical beginner’s guide to creating, proving, verifying in contracts
by Joseph Stockermans

Epicenter — a trove of interviews with many different blockchain project leads

The Ceremony — Radiolab podcast featuring story of Zcash
with Morgen Peck, Peter Todd, Peter Van Valkenburgh, Zooko Wilcox; by Molly Webster and Matt Kielty

Other Resources – Newsletters
Week in Ethereum News — tracking developments in the Ethereum ecosystem
by Evan Van Ness

The Control — on the entrepreneurs, projects and protocols that are putting control of power in the hands of the people
by 1confirmation

Token Economy — tracking new developments in distributed ledger tech
by Stefano Bernardi and Yannick Roux

Proof of Work — projects and progress in crypto, also a view from China
by Eric Meltzer

Other Resources – Courses
Cryptocurrency (2018)
by Susan Athey and Kathryn Haun

Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies (2015)
by Arvind Narayan, Joseph Bonneau, Edward Felten, Andrew Miller

Advanced topics in computer science: Bitcoin and cryptocurrency technologies (2014)
by Arvind Narayan

A graduate course in applied cryptography (2017)
by Dan Boneh and Victor Shoup

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