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On the neutrality of crypto data

It is sometimes hard to imagine, but blockchain and crypto are still in it's first decade. Nine years ago there was this tiny hobby-project called bitcoin, but today literally thousands of projects have been built based on this original blueprint. Not surprisingly,...

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Why some transactions are more equal than others

Initially blockchain technology was introduced in 2009 as an alternative to the existing payment infrastructure dominated by state-backed banks and large financial institutions. In the years since, we have seen an tremendous rise in the number of applications that are...

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Our top 5 favorite crypto sources shared

Sites on crypto come in different flavors, the two most well known categories are news and price. The worst examples come from a combination from the two: if you have read Taleb Nassim's 'Fooled by Randomness' you know there will always be someone who comes up with an...

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The value of benchmarking for the cryptospace

There is no shortage of sites where people can follow the price developments of cryptocoins live. And let’s be honest, there is always news: what goes up must come down , and there is always another day for the perfect rebound – to the moon, right? The problem with...

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Why is it so hard to find essential crypto metrics?

Has the following happened to you as well: say you want to dive into Cardano, Stellar, Tron etc, and are curious about the real-world adoption rate. Some core metrics are not hard to come up with: how large is the community, how many wallets are in operation, how many...

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Opinions versus Data

Opinions about crypto projects are available on countless websites. While often entertaining, at Coincheckweekly we rather concentrate on presenting you with benchmarked data about blockchain performance developments in the past week. What does this bring you? Data...

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