Look longterm for crypto investments

There’s a possibility that some big winners come out of the crypto projects. Sure, most are junk but like the tech boom, a few big winners may emerge. There’s a lot debate about how to value crypto assets. Most of that pertains to assets that are being used as intended now.

With many projects either not yet active, or still in the very early stages, any valuation based on data or metrics seems unlikely to be accurate. Investments need to be longterm, as Jeremy Epstein writes in How do you value crypto-assets? at Never Stop Marketing

if you are serious about profiting from this long term trend towards blockchain-based ownership of assets that will have value within decentralized networks, then the smart move is to ignore the short-term crypto mania and use this time to go as deep as you can on the fundamentals.

Do what you can to understand HOW a crypto-network is put together and how it will work. If you are about to make an investment, find someone who has really done his or her homework.

As an example of someone that’s done their homework, he cites the Store of Value blog.

Coinbase’s masterplan to compete with traditional brokerages

What’s lost amid all of this excitement, however, is that Coinbase is quietly and rapidly executing a classic “Trojan Horse” strategy that could ultimately end up with it putting traditional brokerages out of business.

via The Coinbase Master Plan for World Domination: How Traditional Brokerages Are Being Set Up for Disruption at Never Stop Marketing…

Using blockchain technology to more accurately measure value

in any transaction, you want to maximize across a few vectors: value for your customers value for your partners (and employees) value for society value for the planet today value for the planet tomorrow …and probably more

via How Blockchain Technology Can Help Measure Value at Never Stop Marketing…

Blockchain Based AI is Coming

As Deepak Dutt, CEO of AI-based identity proofing company Zighra says, “When data is commoditized, AI algorithms become the most valuable part of the ecosystem.” In other words, we’ll see a power shift from those who own big sets of data to those who build smart, useful algorithms. That’s great, but if we’re moving data to blockchains, some big, thorny questions still exist. For example: Where does the data go? How is it discovered and utilized? Why would people put their data in there? And don’t the “big guys” still have a huge advantage in terms of building powerful AI? Welcome to the world of Blockchain+AI

via Why you want blockchain-based AI (even if you don’t know it yet) at Never Stop Marketing…

Jeremy Epstein on AI for marketing

The AI tools getting created now could become a part of a marketing arms race that gives early adopters a chance to tighten their OODA loops, learn faster, and execute faster which will widen the gap between them and their competition.

via Will AI-as-a-Service Make Marketers Better? at Never Stop Marketing…