Crypto Canon – Andreessen Horowitz


87 bookmarks. First posted by pr february 2018.


Useful list.
crypto 
7 weeks ago by mnielsen
Набор статей, видео и пр. о том как устроена крипта
crypto  resources  basics 
9 weeks ago by gevorg
By Sonal Chokshi, Chris Dixon, Denis Nazarov, Jesse Walden, and Ali Yahya
Here’s a list of crypto readings and resources. It’s organized from building blocks and basics; foundations (& history); and key concepts — followed by specific topics such as governance; privacy and security; scaling; consensus and governance; cryptoeconomics, cryptoassets, and investing; fundraising and token distribution; decentralized exchanges; stablecoins; and cryptoeconomic primitives (crytocollectibles...
crypto  blockchain  list  favorite  andreesen-horowitz  finance  technology  resource 
june 2018 by stechico
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IFTTT  Instapaper 
june 2018 by Detoo
The crypto cannon is a great place to refer crypto newbies:
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may 2018 by oismail91
The crypto cannon is a great place to refer crypto newbies:
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may 2018 by kartik
Here’s a list — building on and including Chris’ last roundup — of crypto readings and resources. It’s organized from building blocks and basics; foundations (& history); and key concepts — followed by specific topics such as governance; privacy and security; scaling; consensus; cryptoeconomics and investing; fundraising and token distribution; decentralized exchanges; stablecoins; and cryptoeconomic primitives (crytocollectibles, curation markets, games). We also included a section with developer tutorials, practical guides, and maker stories — as well as other resources, such as newsletters and courses, at the end.
cryptography  security  docs  documentation  howto  reference 
february 2018 by danesparza
Here’s a list — building on and including Chris’ last roundup — of crypto readings and resources. It’s organized from building blocks and basics; foundations (&…
from instapaper
february 2018 by fogus
Here’s a list — building on and including Chris’ last roundup — of crypto readings and resources. It’s organized from building blocks and basics; foundations (&…
from instapaper
february 2018 by wahoo5
Here’s a list — building on and including Chris’ last roundup — of crypto readings and resources. It’s organized from building blocks and basics; foundations (& history); and key concepts and beginners’ guides — followed by specific topics such as governance; privacy and security; scaling; consensus; cryptoeconomics and investing; fundraising and token distribution; decentralized exchanges; stablecoins; and cryptoeconomic primitives (crytocollectibles, curation markets, games). We also included a section with developer tutorials, practical guides, and maker stories — as well as other resources, such as newsletters and courses, at the end.
cryptocurrency  bitcoin  reference 
february 2018 by ssorc
Crypto Canon Here’s a list — building on and including Chris’ last roundup — of crypto readings and resources. via Pocket
ifttt  pocket  blockchain  list  reference  research 
february 2018 by jeremyday
This is a robust collection of crypto resources. Almost everything is a "must read" link. (h/t @hipatrooney)
february 2018 by warnaars
Large, organised set of resources here.
blockchain  resource 
february 2018 by eoincathal
Here’s a list — building on and including Chris’ last roundup — of crypto readings and resources. It’s organized from building blocks and basics; foundations (&…
from instapaper
february 2018 by jxmc76
Here’s a list — building on and including Chris’ last roundup — of crypto readings and resources. It’s organized from building blocks and basics; foundations (& history); and key concepts and beginners’ guides — followed by specific topics such as governance; privacy and security; scaling; consensus; cryptoeconomics and investing; fundraising and token distribution; decentralized exchanges; stablecoins; and cryptoeconomic primitives (crytocollectibles, curation markets, games). We also included a section with developer tutorials, practical guides, and maker stories — as well as other resources, such as newsletters and courses, at the end.
blockchain  bitcoin  how-to 
february 2018 by dancall
Here’s a list — building on and including Chris’ last roundup — of crypto readings and resources. It’s organized from building blocks and basics; foundations (& history); and key concepts and beginners’ guides — followed by specific topics such as governance; development, privacy, and security; scaling; consensus; cryptoeconomics and investing; fundraising and token distribution; decentralized exchanges; stablecoins; and cryptoeconomic primitives (crytocollectibles, curation markets, games & culture). We also included a section with other resources, such as newsletters and courses, at the end.

We’ll soon be updating this regularly at crypto.a16z.com, for now we’ll keep it updated here. You can also find most of a16z’s writings, posts, and videos on the topic at a16z.com/crypto.
reference  cryptography 
february 2018 by jfmcdowell
Here’s a list — building on and including Chris’ last roundup — of crypto readings and resources. It’s organized from building blocks and basics; foundations (& history); and key concepts and beginners’ guides — followed by specific topics such as governance; development, privacy, and security; scaling; consensus; cryptoeconomics and investing; fundraising and token distribution; decentralized exchanges; stablecoins; and cryptoeconomic primitives (crytocollectibles, curation markets, games & culture). We also included a section with other resources, such as newsletters and courses, at the end.
blockchain  reference  bitcoin 
february 2018 by sordyl
Andreesen Horowitz have created the Canonical Blockchain Reading List
from twitter
february 2018 by dermotcasey
Here’s a list — building on and including Chris’ last roundup — of crypto readings and resources. It’s organized from building blocks and basics; foundations (&…
from instapaper
february 2018 by thecoard
Here’s a list — building on and including Chris’ last roundup — of crypto readings and resources. It’s organized from building blocks and basics; foundations (& history); and key concepts and beginners’ guides — followed by specific topics such as governance; development, privacy, and security; scaling; consensus; cryptoeconomics and investing; fundraising and token distribution; decentralized exchanges; stablecoins; and cryptoeconomic primitives (crytocollectibles, curation markets, games & culture). We also included a section with other resources, such as newsletters and courses, at the end.
blockchain  reference 
february 2018 by erikts
Here’s a list — building on and including Chris’ last roundup — of crypto readings and resources. It’s organized from building blocks and basics; foundations (& history); and key concepts and beginners’ guides — followed by specific topics such as governance; development, privacy, and security; scaling; consensus; cryptoeconomics and investing; fundraising and token distribution; decentralized exchanges; stablecoins; and cryptoeconomic primitives (crytocollectibles, curation markets, games & culture). We also included a section with other resources, such as newsletters and courses, at the end.
blockchain  reading-list  Andreessen 
february 2018 by PieroRivizzigno
Has anyone seen this list of background reading on blockchain? I also note how crypto doesn’t primarily mean encryption anymore. - Here’s a list — building on and including Chris’ last roundup — of crypto readings and resources. It’s organized from building blocks and basics; foundations (& history); and key concepts and beginners’ guides — followed by specific topics such as governance; privacy and security; scaling; consensus; cryptoeconomics and investing; fundraising and token distribution; decentralized exchanges; stablecoins; and cryptoeconomic primitives (crytocollectibles, curation markets, games). We also included a section with developer tutorials, practical guides, and maker stories — as well as other resources, such as newsletters and courses, at the end.
IFTTT  Facebook 
february 2018 by shaunkoh
Here’s a list — building on and including Chris’ last roundup — of crypto readings and resources. It’s organized from building blocks and basics; foundations (&…
from instapaper
february 2018 by kohe
The Crypto Canon
from twitter
february 2018 by joechin