We carefully curated and chose various content for this collection of research. We believe that education is the fundamental key pillar when it comes to understanding this new asset class. The work we compiled here is from the brightest and most talented minds in the digital asset space.
This collection is meant to stimulate your mind, no matter if you have been in this space for years or just a couple of days. These models and papers should help you establish a framework to appropriately value these digital assets.
The content is divided into 6 categories: Qualitative, Quantitative, Research Papers, Tools/Models , Videos & Podcasts.
As always, none of this is investment advice.
Qualitative research is defined as a market research method that focuses on obtaining data through open-ended and conversational communication.
This method is not only about “what” people think but also “why” they think so. For example, consider a convenience store looking to improve its patronage. A systematic observation concludes that the number of men visiting this store are more. One good method to determine why women were not visiting the store is to conduct an in-depth interview of potential customers in the category.
Quantitative research is defined as a systematic investigation of phenomena by gathering quantifiable data and performing statistical, mathematical, or computational techniques.
Quantitative research collects information from existing and potential customers using sampling methods and sending out online surveys, online polls, questionnaires, etc., the results of which can be depicted in the form of numerical.
A research paper is a common form of academic writing. Research papers require academics to locate information about a topic (that is, to conduct research), take a stand on that topic, and provide support (or evidence) for that position in an organized report.
The term research paper may also refer to a scholarly article that contains the results of original research or an evaluation of research conducted by others. Most scholarly articles must undergo a process of peer review before they can be accepted for publication in an academic journal.
Data collection and analysis tools are defined as a series of charts, maps, and diagrams designed to collect, interpret, and present data for a wide range of applications and industries.
Various programs and methodologies have been developed for use in nearly any industry, ranging from manufacturing and quality assurance to research groups and data collection companies.
If you’re looking to learn about Bitcoin, we have created this list of awesome videos for you.
It includes a variety of of speakers such as Andreas Antonopoulos talking about various topics.
These videos require no prior knowledge to watch.
We have curated a list of the best Podcasts channels that you can find in crypto.
It covers topics that are deeply technical, to topics such a monetary & fiscal policy, central banks, to simple basics of Bitcoin and other cryptos etc.
If you really want you can get stuck in this rabbit hole of information. We promise you, you will be a lot smarted coming out on the other side after this.