A quick Google brings up results like:
What makes your list of Amazon links better than everything on that page? Have you even read and/or reviewed all of the books you're linking to? If not, why are you recommending them to other people?
Why is your list of Amazon links under "Bitcoin" better than something like this (found in a half second Google):
Which somehow manages to contain zero Amazon links, even under Books, which links to the free Github hosted version of Andreas Antonopoulos' Mastering Bitcoin: Unlocking Digital Cryptocurrencies, unlike your list which, like most of the other "resources" you list, simply links to Amazon.
Secondly i was hoping for community effort to make this list comprehensive and useful for everyone. If you have any better ideas I'd like hear them please.
Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies Online Course
"WHAT IS TEZOS?
Tezos is the first and only blockchain
implementation operating with decentralized
Tezos is a distributed consensus platform
with meta-consensus capability. Tezos not
only comes to consensus about state, like
BTC or ETH. It also comes to consensus about
how the protocol and the nodes should adapt
If people disagree, I'd love to know why.
In particular, I'd wonder what the cashflow behind dark drug markets looks like in comparison (not that I think that should be illegal, and yes, I accept that any data there would have to be estimates at best)
Legitimate businesses in the bitcoin space make small margins on each trade/transaction/etc. (Drug dealers are obviously a little different, but they are in the business of unlicensed pharmaceuticals, not the business of Bitcoin.)
Thieves, on the other hand, will take the whole thing, and run.
This is exactly what I meant. I guess I could have been more clear about that.
I don't have any data to back the assertion, and honestly I kind of forgot the markets were still extant, I just happen to know that people are making millions in illicit profits from these two methods, and I've never heard of a successful preminer (which was how I interpreted "Ponzi scheme") other than Mr. Nakamoto.