Fundamental analysis of ICP, the token powering the IC

Source: Dfinity, Creators of the IC

[Disclaimer: the author has holdings in ICP as of the writing of this piece. None of what follows should be taken as financial advice. The author is not a representative of the Dfinity foundation.]

Last updated: July 11th, 2021, to incorporate newly-available IC cost data.

The Internet Computer (IC), if you haven’t already heard, is one of the most exciting new decentralized platforms to issue its own cryptocurrency. Its creators bill the IC as “the last original Layer 1 blockchain project … provid[ing] a limitless environment for smart contracts that run at web speed, serve web, scale, and reduce compute…


Getting capitalism and democracy working for all

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Last edited: January 1, 2021.

[Please note: this is the last Part of an ambitious 3-part series, and it is a work in progress. It intends to invite discussion. If you have comments, feel free to post them. All contributions are welcome.]

Introduction

Today’s private progress has coincided with growing public peril.

Search “top inventions in the 21st century” on Google, and this is what you’ll get. Nanobots. Flying drones. Birth control patches. Head-of-a-pin operating systems. Virtual reality. Particle accelerators. Digital currency. Gene editing. Artificial intelligence. 3D printing. Lab-grown pancreases. Reusable rockets to Mars… and on and on, among the 6.33 million search results returned in 0.58 seconds.

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Getting capitalism and democracy working for all

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Last edited: October 4, 2020.

[Please note: this is Part II of an ambitious 3-part series and is very much a work in progress. So if you have questions or comments, feel free to post them. All contributions are welcome. And if you like what you’ve read, check out Part III.]

Introduction

Today’s private progress has coincided with growing public peril.

Search “top inventions in the 21st century” on Google, and this is what you’ll get. Nanobots. Flying drones. Birth control patches. Head-of-a-pin operating systems. Virtual reality. Particle accelerators. Digital currency. Gene editing. Artificial intelligence. 3D printing. Lab-grown pancreases. Reusable rockets to Mars… and on and on, among the 6.33…


Getting capitalism and democracy working for all

Photo by Spenser on Unsplash

Last edited: October 4, 2020.

[Please note: this is Part I of an ambitious 3-part series, and it intends to invite discussion. So if you have comments, feel free to post them. All contributions are welcome. And if you like what you’ve read, check out Part II.]

Introduction

Today’s private progress coincides with growing public peril.

Search “top inventions in the 21st century” on Google, and this is what you’ll get. Nanobots. Flying drones. Birth control patches. Head-of-a-pin operating systems. Virtual reality. Particle accelerators. Digital currency. Gene editing. Artificial intelligence. 3D printing. Lab-grown pancreases. Reusable rockets to Mars… and on and on, among the 6.33 million search results returned…

Alex Mucalov

Strategy & governance professional in financial services, former regulator. JD/MBA (Toronto), MSc Economics (LSE).

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