After waiting for a couple months, I finally received and unboxed my Ledger Nano X.
I just setup a Jekyll version of this blog, hosted on GitHub Pages. It loads 10x faster than the Wordpress version and my Pingdom score went from a D to an A. Granted it doesn’t have all the same functionality, but I’m more okay with that.
I shared a twitter thread on my first experience using Dharma Lever Alpha to borrow and lend Ethereum and MakerDAO’s DAI.
I’ve spent the last three weeks on parental leave. It’s been awesome getting to know our daughter Ava better. But in between the hundreds of diaper changes, bottle feeds, and 5 S’s, I managed to explore some cryptocurrency projects. Often early in the morning or late at night when mom and baby are sleeping.
In 2010, I was weighing a heavy decision. I had two compelling job offers. Do I return to the Ads Product Marketing team at Facebook, where I had interned and continued to work part time during grad school? Or do I join Google as a Product Manager?
I love Booking.com. It’s my favorite travel reservation site.
tldr: Both wallets are solid; Trezor has a slight lead
Ever since I heard of Prism by Shapeshift I’ve been anxious to try it out! I’m a huge fan of financial derivatives and cryptocurrency. Founder Erik Voorhees is a legendary cryptocurrency entrepreneur and is always ahead of the curve. His cryptocurrency exchange company Shapeshift recently acquired Keepkey, launched Prism, and he initiated a token sale for his newest venture SALT lending. So as soon as I received my Prism beta invite, I dove right in.
After entering cryptocurrency via Bitcoin in 2013, I expanded my purview to other coins. Below is my opinion on the fundamentals of some other cryptocurrencies, without regard to price or technical analysis. Disclosure: I hold positions in many of these below. This is not investment advice.
The folks at Coinworld.io (Scandinavia’s largest cryptocurrency news site) recently reached out about having me as a guest author. All it took was a quick Messenger conversation and we had a plan. I started this whole effort only a month ago, so I was happy to let them republish my most recent post about the issues with Initial Coin Offerings.
I recently built a Messenger Bot. This is the fourth part in a series describing how I built it and what I learned.
As someone who’s worked in digital advertising for over a decade and is very passionate about cryptocurrency and blockchains, I wanted to share some thoughts on one of the most notable ICO’s to date: Basic Attention Token. Not about how the ICO went which plenty has been written about, but instead about the business model and viability. (Disclosure: I work on ads at Facebook. I hold Ether, which underlies BAT. I have never held any BAT.)
I recently built a Messenger Bot. This is the third post in a series describing how I built it and what I learned.
I recently built a Messenger Bot. This is the second in a series describing how I built it and what I learned. My first post was about why I started down this path of building a bot.
I recently started building a Messenger Bot. This is a series describing how I approached it and what I learned.