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Repeated Experiment: I bought $1k of Top10 Cryptos on 01/01/2019. Result? UP +43%

Repeated Experiment: I bought $1k of Top10 Cryptos on 01/01/2019. Result? UP +43%

EXPERIMENT - Tracking 2019 Top Ten Cryptocurrencies – Month Seventeen - UP 43%

Full blog post with all the tables here.

tl;dr - This is the 17th monthly update on the 2019 Top Ten Experiment. Ethereum up the most in May, plus got a shout out from J.K. Rowling, so it obviously won the month. Overall, BTC in first place since January 2019, BSV in second place. Half of the 2019 Top Ten Portfolio is up at least +50%. XRP is worst performing. Total $3k (3 x $1k) investments the 2018, 2019, and 2020 Top Ten are up +3.5%, but similar approach with US stocks market would have yielded +10%.

The Experiment:

Instead of hypothetically tracking cryptos, I made an actual $1000 investment, $100 in each of the Top 10 cryptocurrencies by market cap on the 1st of January 2018. The result? The 2018 Top Ten portfolio ended 2018 down 85%, my $1000 worth only $150. I then repeated the experiment on the 1st of January 2019 with the new 2019 Top Ten cryptos, then again in 2020.
Think of the Top Ten Experiments as a lazy man’s Index Fund (no weighting or rebalancing), less technical, but hopefully still a proxy for the market as a whole – or at the very least an interesting snapshot of the 2018, 2019, and 2020 crypto space. I am trying to keep this project simple and accessible for beginners and those looking to get into crypto but maybe not quite ready to jump in yet. I try not to take sides or analyze, but rather attempt to report in a detached manner letting the numbers speak for themselves.
This is not investing advice – as a matter of fact, the vast majority of the reports will show that the Top Ten approach under performs other strategies. This experiment is designed to be documentary in nature, describing a specific period in cryptocurrency history.

The Rules:

Buy $100 of each the Top 10 cryptocurrencies on January 1st, 2018, 2019, and 2020. Hold only. No selling. No trading. Report monthly.

Month Seventeen – UP 43%

Unlike April’s all green month, May was more mixed. That said, the gains outweighed the losses this month in the 2019 Top Ten Portfolio.

Question of the month:

In May, Reddit launched two Ethereum-based tokens on the Cryptocurrency and FortNiteBR subreddits. What are the Cryptocurrency token called?
A) Moons
B) Bricks
C) Satoshis
D) Cryptos
Scroll down for the answer.

Ranking and March Winners and Losers

Besides Stellar (down two spots to #13) and Tron (down one from #16 to #17) every other crypto was locked in place.
Speaking of Stellar and Tron, they are still the only two cryptos to have dropped out of the 2019 Top Ten since January 1st, 2019. They have been replaced by Binance Coin and Tezos.
May WinnersEthereum ended the month up +16% and got a shout out from J.K. Rowling, so it obviously won May. BTC came in a close second this month, up +14%.
May Losers – A tight battle for the basement this month with BSV (down -3.9%) edging out XRP (down -3.7%) for the bottom spot.
For nerds those keeping score, here is tally of which coins have the most monthly wins and loses during the first seventeen months of the 2019 Top Ten Experiment: Tether is still in the lead with five monthly victories followed by BSV in second place with three. BSV also holds the most monthly losses, finishing last in six out of seventeen months.

Overall update – BTC increases lead over second place BSV, XRP still worst performing

Ahead until just last month, BSV lost a lot of ground to BTC in May. Bitcoin is now up +168% since January 2019 compared to BSV‘s +116% gain. That initial $100 investment in BTC? Now worth $273.
As was the case last month, 50% of the 2019 Top Ten cryptos are up at least +50% since the beginning of the experiment.
At the other end, XRP continues to struggle, now down -41% since January 2019.

Total Market Cap for the entire cryptocurrency sector:

The overall crypto market added about $35B in May, and is now near August 2019 levels. It is up +123% since January 2019.

Bitcoin dominance:

BitDom was steady again in May. This marks the third straight month it’s been stuck at around 65% For context, the range since the beginning of the experiment in January 2019 has been between 50%-70%.

Overall return on investment since January 1st, 2019:

The 2019 Top Ten Portfolio gained about $65 in May. After the initial $1000 investment, the 2019 group of cryptos is worth $1,431, up about +43%.
Here’s a look at the ROI over the life of the first seventeen months of the experiment, month by month:
Almost completely green for the 2019 Top Ten, a welcome change from the all red table you’ll see in the 2018 experiment. As you can see, every month except the first month ends in positive territory. At the lowest point, the 2019 Top Ten portfolio was down -9%, at the highest point, up +114% (May 2019).
How does the 2019 Top Ten Experiment compare to the parallel projects?
Taking the three portfolios together, here’s the bottom bottom bottom line:
After a $3000 investment in the 2018, 2019, and 2020 Top Ten Cryptocurrencies, my portfolios are worth $3,104‬.
That’s up about +3.5% for the combined portfolios. Better than a few months ago (aka the zombie apocalypse) where it was down -24%, but not yet back at January (+13%) or February (+6%) levels.
How does this compare to traditional markets?

How does the 2019 Top Ten portfolio compare US stock market?

Excellent question, I’m glad you asked. And you’re in luck, I’m also tracking the S&P 500 as part of my experiment to have a comparison point with other popular investments options. Despite the fact that the world seemed to be on fire, May 2020 saw the continued rebound of the stock market. It’s now up +22% since the start of the 2019 Experiment.
As a reminder (or just scroll up) the 2019 Top Ten portfolio is returning +43% over the same time period, which is about double the S&P 500.
The initial $1k investment I put into crypto would be worth $1,220 had it been redirected to the S&P 500 in January 2019.
But what if I took the same world’s-slowest-dollar-cost-averaging/$1,000-per-year-in-January approach with the S&P 500? It would yield the following:
  • $1000 investment in S&P 500 on January 1st, 2018: +$140
  • $1000 investment in S&P 500 on January 1st, 2019: +$220
  • $1000 investment in S&P 500 on January 1st, 2020: -$50
Taken together, here’s the bottom bottom bottom line for a similar approach with the S&P:
After three $1,000 investments into an S&P 500 index fund in January 2018, 2019, and 2020, my portfolio would be worth $3,310.
That $3,310 is up over+10% since January 2018, compared to the $3,104 value (+3.5%) of the combined Top Ten Crypto Experiment Portfolios.
That’s about a 7% difference in favor of the stock market. Last month, there was only a 3% difference, the month before, the gap was 13% (all in favor of the stock market).

Implications/Observations:

The difference between the 2019 Top Ten crypto group and the overall crypto market is stark. Since January 2019, the overall market has gained +123% compared to the 2019 Top Ten crypto group which has gained +43%. This is an absolutely massive 80% gap. A +43% return is solid compared to the stock market, but it also implies that an investor would have done much better picking different cryptos or investing in the entire market instead of focusing only on the Top Ten. There are a few examples of this approach outperforming the overall market in this 2019 Top Ten Crypto Experiment, but the cases are few and far between.
The 2018 Top Ten portfolio, on the other hand, has never outperformed the overall market, at least not in the first twenty-nine months of that Experiment.
For the most recent 2020 Top Ten group, the opposite had been true: the 2020 Top Ten had easily outperformed the overall market 100% of the time…until this month.

Conclusion:

The BTC halving event came and went in May and crypto markets shrugged. As the world continues to change because of COVID-19, what will be crypto’s place when we finally emerge on the other side?
Final word: Please take care of yourselves, your families, and your communities. Stay safe out there.
Thanks for reading and for supporting the experiment. I hope you’ve found it helpful. I continue to be committed to seeing this process through and reporting along the way. Feel free to reach out with any questions and stay tuned for progress reports. Keep an eye out for the original 2018 Top Ten Crypto Index Fund Experiment and the recently launched 2020 Top Ten Experiment.

And the Answer is…

A) Moons
According CryptoCurrency, Moons represent ownership in the subreddit, “tokens on the Ethereum blockchain controlled entirely by you, and they can be freely transferred, tipped, and spent in CryptoCurrency*.*” Check out this post for more details.
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I bought $1000 worth of the Top Ten Cryptos on January 1st, 2020 (April Update) - UP 42%

I bought $1000 worth of the Top Ten Cryptos on January 1st, 2020 (April Update) - UP 42%

EXPERIMENT - Tracking 2020 Top Ten Cryptocurrencies – Month Four - UP 42%
See the full blog post with all the nerdy tables here.
tl;dr - Tezos wins April, all coins in the green for the month. Tezos overtakes BSV for the overall lead, BTC mid-field. When taken together, all three experiments (2018 + 2019 + 2020 Top Ten Cryptos) are basically even with S&P 500 since Jan 2018. More details that you probably care about below and stay safe out there.

The Experiment:

Instead of hypothetically tracking cryptos, I made an actual $1000 investment, $100 in each of the Top 10 cryptocurrencies by market cap on the 1st of January 2018. The result? The 2018 Top Ten portfolio ended the year down 85%, my $1000 worth only $150. I repeated the experiment on the 1st of January 2019 with the new 2019 Top Ten cryptos, then again in 2020. Think of the Top Ten Experiments as a lazy man’s Index Fund (no weighting or rebalancing), less technical, but hopefully still a proxy for the market as a whole – or at the very least an interesting snapshot of the 2018, 2019, and 2020 crypto space. I am trying to keep this project simple/accessible for beginners and those looking to get into crypto but maybe not quite ready to jump in yet. I try not to take sides or analyze, but rather attempt to report in a detached manner letting the numbers speak for themselves. This experiment is designed to be documentary in nature, describing a specific period in cryptocurrency history.

The Rules:

Buy $100 of each the Top 10 cryptocurrencies in January 2018, 2019, and 2020. Hold only. No selling. No trading. Report monthly.

Month Four – UP 42%

After a very bloody March, the 2020 Top Ten have bounced back bigly (or is it big league?). March was all red, April all green. Out of the three portfolios, the 2020 Top Ten (+42%) is the best performing for the third month in a row.

Ranking and March Winners and Losers

EOS and Binance Coin switched places, but that’s it – the rest of the 2020 Top Ten were locked in place.
April WinnersTezos, up +76%, easily bested its peers. Second place goes to ETH, up +57% this month.
April Losers – The same two losers as the 2019 Top Ten group: Tether was outperformed by the rest of the cryptos. The second worst performance in April was turned in by Bitcoin Cash, up +15%.
For those keeping score, I also keep a tally of which coins have the most monthly wins and losses. After four months, Tether has two losses and Tezos has two wins.

Overall update – Tezos overtakes BSV for the lead and 100% are in positive territory.

Tezos (+121%) took the lead over from BSV (+115%) this month, a lead which BSV had held since the beginning of the year. Not counting Tether, the worst performing crypto, Bitcoin Cash, is still up +15% since January 2020.

Total Market Cap for the entire cryptocurrency sector:

The overall crypto market added about $63B in April 2020 and is now close to where it was in late February. It is up +31% since the beginning of the experiment in January 2020.

Bitcoin dominance:

Bitcoin dominance (or BitDom as I like to call it) was steady in April. As of early May, there hasn’t been significant movement either way this year.

Overall return on investment since January 1st, 2020:

The 2020 Top Ten Portfolio regained $350 in April, not quite what it lost in March. After an initial $1000 investment, the 2020 Top Ten Portfolio is now worth $1,419, up about +42%. It is the best performing Top Ten Crypto Portfolio out of the three.
Here’s the month by month ROI of the 2020 Top Ten Experiment, hopefully helpful to maintain perspective and provide an overview as we go along:
Hopefully that zombie apocalypse drop in March will just be a blip this year.
So, how does the 2020 Top Ten Experiment compare to the parallel projects?
Taken together, here’s the bottom bottom bottom line:
After a $3000 investment in the 2018, 2019, and 2020 Top Ten Cryptocurrencies, my portfolios are worth $2,969‬.
That’s down about -1% for the combined portfolios.
Much better than last month (aka the zombie apocalypse) where it was down -24%. For context, the combined return in January 2020 was +13% and in February 2020 it was +6%.
So that’s the Top Ten Crypto Index Fund Experiments snapshot. Let’s take a look at how traditional markets are doing.

Comparison to S&P 500

I’m also tracking the S&P 500 as part of my experiment to have a comparison point with other popular investments options. Stocks rebounded a bit in April, but are still down -12% since the beginning of the year.
Over the same time period, the 2020 Top Ten Crypto Portfolio is returning about +42%, now worth about $1,419.
The money I put into crypto in January 2020 would now be worth $880 had it been redirected to the S&P 500. That’s an almost $540 swing on an initial $1,000 investment.
And what if I took the same approach with the S&P 500 as I took during the first three years of the Top Ten Crypto Index Fund Experiments? Here are the figures:
  • $1000 investment in S&P 500 on January 1st, 2018: +$60
  • $1000 investment in S&P 500 on January 1st, 2019: +$130
  • $1000 investment in S&P 500 on January 1st, 2020: -$120
Taken together, here’s the bottom bottom bottom line for a similar approach with the S&P:
After three $1,000 investments into an S&P 500 index fund in January 2018, 2019, and 2020, my portfolio would be worth $3,070.
$3,070 is up about +2% since January 2018, compared to the $2,969 value (-1%) of the combined Top Ten Crypto Experiment Portfolios.
That’s a only a 3% difference. Last month the gap was 13%.

Implications/Observations:

The crypto market as a whole is up +31% since the beginning of the year compared to the 2020 Top Ten cryptos which have gained +42%. Focusing on the Top Ten 2020 coins has now beaten the overall market four months in a row.
This is noteworthy because this hasn’t been the case very often since I started these Top Ten Experiments back in January 2018. Although there are a few examples of the Top Ten strategy outperforming the overall market in the 2019 Top Ten Experiment, it’s interesting to note at no point in the first twenty-eight months of the Top Ten 2018 Experiment has the approach of focusing on the Top Ten cryptos outperformed the overall market. Not even once.

Conclusion:

May should be interesting. The BTC Halving is only a few days away and the world continues to wage war on COVID-19. Stay tuned for how the crypto markets overall and the Top Ten Portfolios react to these events.
Final word: second waves of COVID-19 are definitely possible. Please take care of yourselves, your families, and your communities. Keep up the social distancing, wear a mask, and wash your hands. Be careful out there.
Thanks for reading and for supporting the experiment. I hope you’ve found it helpful. I continue to be committed to seeing this process through and reporting along the way. Feel free to reach out with any questions and stay tuned for progress reports. Keep an eye out for the original 2018 Top Ten Crypto Index Fund Experiment and the 2019 Top Ten Experiment follow up experiment.
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UP 47% on $1k - 2020 Top10 Crypto "Index Fund" Experiment Portfolio Update

UP 47% on $1k - 2020 Top10 Crypto
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Full blog post with all the tables here.

tl;dr - ETH is having a good spring: it followed April's +57% gain with a +16% in May. Overall: Tezos increases lead over second place BSV, followed by ETH in third. All ten are in the green. Not counting Tether, the worst performing is XRP (although still up +11% since 01.01.2020). Total $3k (3 x $1k) investments the 2018, 2019, and 2020 Top Tens are up +3.5%, but same approach with US stocks market would have yielded +10%.

The Experiment:

Instead of hypothetically tracking cryptos, I made an actual $1000 investment, $100 in each of the Top 10 cryptocurrencies by market cap on the 1st of January 2018. The result? The 2018 Top Ten portfolio ended 2018 down 85%, my $1000 worth only $150. I then repeated the experiment on the 1st of January 2019 with the new 2019 Top Ten cryptos, then again in 2020.
Think of the Top Ten Experiments as a lazy man’s Index Fund (no weighting or rebalancing), less technical, but hopefully still a proxy for the market as a whole – or at the very least an interesting snapshot of the 2018, 2019, and 2020 crypto space. I am trying to keep this project simple and accessible for beginners and those looking to get into crypto but maybe not quite ready to jump in yet. I try not to take sides or analyze, but rather attempt to report in a detached manner letting the numbers speak for themselves.
This is not investing advice – as a matter of fact, the vast majority of the reports will show that the Top Ten approach under performs other strategies. This experiment is designed to be documentary in nature, describing a specific period in cryptocurrency history.

The Rules:

Buy $100 of each the Top 10 cryptocurrencies on January 1st, 2018, 2019, and 2020. Hold only. No selling. No trading. Report monthly.
Month Five – UP 47%
Welcome to the best performing of the Top Ten “Index Fund” Experiments for the fourth straight month. This month wasn’t quite as strong as the all-green April, but thanks to solid late May BTC and ETH gains the portfolio has now added +47% since January 1st, 2020.

Mostly green month, all green overall.

Question of the month:

In May, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling joked that she was a holder of what 2020 Top Ten Crypto Experiment currency?

A) Bitcoin B) Tether C) EOS D) Ethereum
Scroll down for the answer.

Ranking and March Winners and Losers

Zero rank movement this month. Super weird for the ever changing cryptocurrency space.
May WinnersEthereum is having a good spring: it followed up last month’s +57% gain with a +16% in May. BTC came in a close second this month, up +14%.
May LosersBSV under-performed its peers, finishing down -3.9% this month. Second worst was XRP, down -3.7% in May.
For those keeping score, I also keep a tally of which coins have the most monthly wins and losses. After five months, we’re starting to see some patterns emerge: both BSV and Tether have two losses each and Tezos is the only crypto with two monthly wins.

Overall update – Tezos increases lead over second place BSV and 100% of Top Ten are in positive territory.

Tezos (+131%) increased its lead over second place BSV (+107%) this month. Third comes Ethereum (+93%) and then Bitcoin (+40%) a distant fourth place. Not counting Tether, the worst performing crypto is now XRP (although it is still up +11% since January 2020).
Total Market Cap for the entire cryptocurrency sector:
The overall crypto market added about $35B in May 2020 and is now close to where it was in August 2019. It is up +50% since the beginning this year’s experiment in January 2020.

Bitcoin dominance:

Steady as she goes, Bitcoin dominance hasn’t budged in the last three months and hasn’t really made any significant moves all year.

Overall return on investment since January 1st, 2020:

After an initial $1000 investment, the 2020 Top Ten Portfolio is now worth $1,467, up about +47%. It is the best performing Top Ten Crypto Portfolio out of the three.
Here’s the month by month ROI of the 2020 Top Ten Experiment, hopefully helpful to maintain perspective and provide an overview as we go along:
Besides the zombie apocalypse blip in March, so far so good: all green is good to see and a nice change from the all red table you’ll see in the 2018 experiment. The range of monthly ROI for the 2020 Top Ten has been between +7% and +55%.
So, how does the 2020 Top Ten Experiment compare to the parallel projects?
Taken together, here’s the bottom bottom bottom line:
After a $3000 investment in the 2018, 2019, and 2020 Top Ten Cryptocurrencies, my portfolios are worth $3,104‬.
That’s up about +3.5% for the combined portfolios.
Better than a few months ago (aka the zombie apocalypse) where it was down -24%, but not yet back at January (+13%) or February (+6%) levels.
So that’s the Top Ten Crypto Index Fund Experiments snapshot. Let’s take a look at how traditional markets are doing.

Comparison to S&P 500

I’m also tracking the S&P 500 as part of my experiment to have a comparison point with other popular investments options. Even with COVID and riots in the US, stocks continued to rebound in May, now down -5% since the beginning of the year.
Over the same time period, the 2020 Top Ten Crypto Portfolio is returning about +47%, the initial $1k investment now worth about $1,467.
The money I put into crypto in January 2020 would now be worth $950 had it been redirected to the S&P 500. That’s a $517 swing on an initial $1,000 investment.
And what if I invested in the S&P 500 the same way I did during the first three years of the Top Ten Crypto Index Fund Experiments? This world’s slowest dollar cost averaging/$1k on January 1st approach? Here are the figures:
  • $1000 investment in S&P 500 on January 1st, 2018: +$140
  • $1000 investment in S&P 500 on January 1st, 2019: +$220
  • $1000 investment in S&P 500 on January 1st, 2020: -$50
Taken together, here’s the bottom bottom bottom line for a similar approach with the S&P:
After three $1,000 investments into an S&P 500 index fund in January 2018, 2019, and 2020, my portfolio would be worth $3,310.
$3,310 is up over +10% since January 2018, compared to the $3,104 value (+3.5%) of the combined Top Ten Crypto Experiment Portfolios.
That’s about a +7% edge in favor of the stock market. Last month it was a bit closer, only a 3% difference. The month before, the gap was 13% in favor of the stock market.

Implications/Observations:

The crypto market as a whole is up +50% since the beginning of the year compared to the 2020 Top Ten cryptos which have gained +47%. For the first time since the Top Ten 2020 began, the cryptos in this group have under-performed the overall market. This breaks a four month streak where the opposite was true.
Focusing on the Top Ten has been a solid approach so far in 2020, but it has not worked so well in the other experiment years. Although there are a few examples of the Top Ten strategy outperforming the overall market in the 2019 Top Ten Experiment, it’s interesting to note at no point in the first twenty-nine months of the Top Ten 2018 Experiment has the approach of focusing on the Top Ten cryptos outperformed the overall market. Not even once.

Conclusion:

The Bitcoin halving came and went and traditional markets continue to steadily rise despite riots in the US and a global pandemic. 2020 has been an extremely volatile year and we still have a long way to go. What do all these changes mean for crypto?
Final word: Please take care of yourselves, your families, and be excellent to each other.
Thanks for reading and for supporting the experiment. I hope you’ve found it helpful. I continue to be committed to seeing this process through and reporting along the way. Feel free to reach out with any questions and stay tuned for progress reports. Keep an eye out for the original 2018 Top Ten Crypto Index Fund Experiment and the 2019 Top Ten Experiment follow up experiment.

And the Answer is…

D) Ethereum
J.K. Rowling managed to troll both the BTC and ETH communities with her May 18th tweet claiming she had “significant Ethereum holdings.”
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EXPERIMENT - Tracking Top 10 Cryptos of 2018 - Month 28 Update (Down -82%)

EXPERIMENT - Tracking Top 10 Cryptos of 2018 - Month 28 Update (Down -82%)
https://toptencryptoindexfund.com/tracking-2018-top-10-cryptocurrencies-month-28/
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See the full blog post with all the nerdy tables here.
tl;dr - Stellar dominates April, all coins in the green. BTC still way ahead overall, ETH reclaims a distant second place, and NEM (anyone remember NEM?) still in basement. 2018 Top Ten down -82% since Jan. 2018. When taken together, all three experiments (I repeated the experiment for 2019 and 2020) are basically even with S&P 500 since Jan 2018. More details that you probably care about below and stay safe out there.

The Experiment:

Instead of hypothetically tracking cryptos, I made an actual $1000 investment, $100 in each of the Top 10 cryptocurrencies by market cap on the 1st of January 2018. The result? The 2018 Top Ten portfolio ended the year down 85%, my $1000 worth only $150. I repeated the experiment on the 1st of January 2019 with the new 2019 Top Ten cryptos, then again in 2020. Think of the Top Ten Experiments as a lazy man’s Index Fund (no weighting or rebalancing), less technical, but hopefully still a proxy for the market as a whole – or at the very least an interesting snapshot of the 2018, 2019, and 2020 crypto space. I am trying to keep this project simple/accessible for beginners and those looking to get into crypto but maybe not quite ready to jump in yet. I try not to take sides or analyze, but rather attempt to report in a detached manner letting the numbers speak for themselves. This experiment is designed to be documentary in nature, describing a specific period in cryptocurrency history.

The Rules:

Buy $100 of each the Top 10 cryptocurrencies on January 2018, 2019, and 2020. Hold only. No selling. No trading. Report monthly.

Month Twenty-Eight – Down 82%

Welcome back from the brink. While March saw the experiment enter full zombie apocalypse mode, the crypto market recovered bigly (or big league?) in April: every crypto finished in the green by at least double digit percentage gains.

Ranking and April Winners and Losers

Some ups, some downs, a good deal of movement. IOTA and NEM fell one position each down to #25 and #27 respectively. Although it seems like an eternity, remember these were the #7 and #8 ranked coins just a little over two years ago. On the upside, Cardano and Dash both climbed one position, while Stellar clawed back two spots, once again knocking on the door of the Top Ten at #11.
The overall drop out rate remains at the 50% mark (meaning half of the cryptos that started 2018 in the Top Ten have dropped out). NEM, Dash, IOTA, Cardano, and Stellar have been replaced by EOS, Binance Coin, Tezos, Tether, and BSV.
April WinnersStellar dominated April, up an impressive +75%. Cardano finishes in second place, up +63% for the month.
April Losers – Every cryptocurrency finished April in positive territory, but NEM (+12%) and Bitcoin Cash (+15%) lagged behind the rest of the field.
For the overly competitive: below is tally of which coins have the most monthly wins and losses in the first 28 months of the 2018 Top Ten Crypto Index Fund Experiment. Most monthly wins (7): Bitcoin. Most monthly losses (5): Stellar. All cryptos have at least one monthly win and Bitcoin now stands alone as the only crypto that hasn’t lost a month (although it came close in January 2020), when it gained “only” +31%).

Overall update – BTC still way ahead, ETH reclaims second place, NEM reclaims last place.

Bitcoin made up a lot of ground this month, moving -50% since January 2018 last month to -33% at the end of April. BTC is still well ahead of the field. This may feel like a foregone conclusion at this point, but for context, long time 2018 Top Ten Experiment followers will note that this has not always been a given. Just a little over a year ago, for example, BTC was second place behind Stellar.
Same goes for the 2019 and the 2020 Top Ten Experiments: BTC is not always at the top.
Ethereum broke the tie with Litecoin for second place this month, down -70% since January 2018. A similar situation at the bottom: NEM (down -96%) is now alone in last place. That initial $100 investment in NEM? Now worth $4.46.

Total Market Cap for the entire cryptocurrency sector:

The overall crypto market added about $63B in April 2020, basically getting back to late February levels. It is now down -57% from January 2018.

Bitcoin dominance:

Bitcoin dominance basically stayed put this month. For context, the range since the beginning of the experiment in January 2018 has been wide: a high of 70% BitDom in September 2019 and a low of 33% BitDom in February 2018.

Overall return on investment since January 1st, 2018:

The 2018 Top Ten Portfolio gained about $50 bucks in April 2020, back near where it was at the end of February. If I cashed out today, my $1000 initial investment would return about $183, down -82% from January 2018.
Here’s the ROI over the life of the experiment, month by month:
April 2020 is now the ninth consecutive time the portfolio has ended the month down at least -80%.
For comparison, the 2019 and 2020 Top Ten Experiments are solidly in positive territory:
Taking the three portfolios together, here’s the bottom bottom bottom line:
After a $3000 investment in the 2018, 2019, and 2020 Top Ten Cryptocurrencies, my portfolios are worth $2,969‬.
That’s down about -1% for the combined portfolios. Definitely better than last month (aka the zombie apocalypse) where it was down -24%, but not yet back at January (+13%) or February (+6%) levels.

Comparison to S&P 500:

I’m also tracking the S&P 500 as part of my experiment to have a comparison point with other popular investments options. April 2020 saw a large rebound in the stock market. Although not quite back up to end of February levels, the S&P added over +14% back this month. It is now +6% since the start of 2018. The initial $1k investment into crypto would have gained about $60 had it been redirected to the S&P.
This is where it gets interesting. Taking the same drop-$1,000-per-year-on-January-1st approach with the S&P 500 that I’ve been documenting through the Top Ten Crypto Experiments would yield the following:
  • $1000 investment in S&P 500 on January 1st, 2018: +$60
  • $1000 investment in S&P 500 on January 1st, 2019: +$130
  • $1000 investment in S&P 500 on January 1st, 2020: -$120
Taken together, here’s the bottom bottom bottom line for a similar approach with the S&P:
After three $1,000 investments into an S&P 500 index fund in January 2018, 2019, and 2020, my portfolio would be worth $3,070.
That $3,070 is up about +2% since January 2018, compared to the $2,969 value (-1%) of the combined Top Ten Crypto Experiment Portfolios.
That’s a only a 3% difference. Last month the gap was 13%.

Implications/Observations:

The 2018 Experiment’s focus of solely holding the Top Ten Cryptos has never been a winning approach when compared to the overall market. The total market cap is down -57% from January 2018 compared to the -82% for the cryptos that began 2018 in the Top Ten. This of course implies that I would have done a bit better if I’d picked different cryptos – but better if I’d put all my eggs in NEM‘s -96% basket, for example. But at no point in this experiment has this investment strategy been successful: the initial 2018 Top Ten have under-performed each of the twenty-eight months compared to the market overall.
In the other two experiments, it’s a slightly different story. There are a few examples of this approach outperforming the overall market in the parallel 2019 Top Ten Crypto Experiment. For the most recent group, this approach has been 100% successful so far: each of the first four months of the 2020 Experiment show that focusing on the Top Ten beats the overall market.

Conclusion:

Although we’re not nearly out of the woods yet, countries and relaxing restrictions and markets, including the cryptosphere, are bouncing back. Will COVID-19 drive people to or from crypto? What happens if we get hit by a second wave of COVID-19. And how will the approaching Bitcoin halving effect markets in May?
Final word: second waves of COVID-19 are definitely possible. Please take care of yourselves, your families, and your communities. Keep up the social distancing, wear a mask, and wash your hands. Be careful out there.
Thanks for reading and for supporting the experiment. I hope you’ve found it helpful. I continue to be committed to seeing this process through and reporting along the way. Feel free to reach out with any questions and stay tuned for progress reports. Keep an eye out for my parallel projects where I repeat the experiment twice, purchasing another $1000 ($100 each) of two new sets of Top Ten cryptos as of January 1st, 2019 then again on January 1st, 2020.
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4 Upcoming Crypto Events You Should Care About in July

Here are some major events that the community ought to know about between 4 and 6 July.

4 July:

WasirX Burn Report
Following their first token burn and joining forces with Binance, esteemed Indian cryptocurrency exchange, WasirX, will be releasing their Q2 report on WRX trading volume.
Premier Of Dragonchain Docu-series
A cryptocurrency themed documentary series titled Open Source Money is launching at 10AM EDT/PDT on the Discovery Science Channel. Focusing on the evolution of the cryptocurrency industry in the US and featuring the story of Dragonchain, the documentary is set to be a must-see for all crypto enthusiasts.

6 July:

0xProject Proposal Voting
0xProject (ZRX) is hosting a proposal vote concerning whether the project will decrease the protocol fee multiplier from 150,000 (current value) to 70,000. This 0x Improvement Proposal (ZEIP) is titled ZEIP-79.
Unitize
Running from 6 - 10 July is the virtual blockchain event Unitize. Brought to you by the organizers of San Francisco Blockchain Week and Blockshow, the event is playing host to a number of key speakers including an impressive line up of both industry insiders as well as Congressmen and SEC commissioners. Focusing on blockchain and cryptocurrencies, the event centres around engagement, collaboration and immersive content.
Vote below on which events stick out most to you!
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4 Upcoming Events in Crypto, WisirX, Dragonchain, 0xProject and Unitize

4 Upcoming Events in Crypto, WisirX, Dragonchain, 0xProject and Unitize
Take a look at these upcoming crypto events and get inspired!

4 July > WasirX Burn Report

WasirX Burn Report (04 July)
Indian cryptocurrency exchange, WasirX will be releasing their Q2 report on WRX trading volume following their first token burn and collaboration with Binance.

4 July > Premier Of Dragonchain Docu-series

Dragonchain Docu-series
Crypto documentary series titled Open Source Money is launching at 10AM EDT/PDT on the Discovery Science Channel. Shedding light on the evolution of the cryptocurrency industry in the US and featuring the story of Dragonchain, this is highly anticipated in the crypto community.

6 July > OxProject Proposal Voting

0xProject
0xProject (ZRX) is hosting a community vote to decide whether the project should decrease the protocol fee multiplier (from the current value of 150,000 to 70,000). Have your say.

6 - 10 July > Unitize

Unitize
Unitize, a virtual blockchain event is running from 6 - 10 July. Unitize is playing host to some of the biggest names in the blockchain industry. Key speakers include a range of industry heavy weights, like Changpeng Zhao and Vitalik Buterin, as well as Congressmen and SEC commissioners.
That is all for this week.
Source: Provisn:
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Address to the TRON

Dear Justin Sun and the TRON community,

ASLAproject has been running for quite some time, and, at the moment, we have several working products, two of which are working publicly. First of all, this is the ASLAtrade gaming trading terminal and, secondly, TRXPlorer, which we have recently purchased. We have allocated significant resources to improve these resources and have plans to do so for a long time. We predict that the number of our users will grow with the launch of new products of the ASLA project and due to the start of the marketing campaign. In addition, we are working to attract new users, not previously associated with the crypto economy. We are currently negotiating with PoloniDEX and TronTrade about listing our token, because one of the team's priorities is the availability of trading markets for our users. Our token is being traded on PoloniDex in a custom trading pair to TRX and has good trading volumes. We are also negotiating and finalizing our documentation for listing on TronTrade. Unfortunately, we encountered some difficulties when listing the token on PoloniDex. This team believes and refers to unreliable sources. You may probably know that earlier, in one of our projects, we collaborated with Anton Kudaev. This cooperation has cost us too much, as we have suffered serious financial and reputational losses. Kudaev, as our technical Director, took advantage of the trust of the team and committed the theft of funds and equipment for a significant amount. In addition, later, Kudaev organized a fraudulent project of Reyna, because of which many users lost their funds. Because of these actions, we still have to defend the good name and reputation of our team and prove, that our team has nothing to do with this fraudster.

Our team considers itself as great enthusiasts of the crypto economy and hopes to contribute to the development of TRON market. We intend to work hard to ensure that our community receives decent and high-quality products. We are open to any dialogue and cooperation.

As Justin Sun has repeatedly said, TRON platform welcomes new projects and developers. Starting the development of our products, we chose Tron and intended to actively participate in the construction of its infrastructure. But, unfortunately, in the course of our work, we have repeatedly encountered all sorts of restrictions related to false rumors and suspicions. We are ready to provide the necessary evidence that ASLAproject is not related to Reyna or other SCAM projects. We condemn the actions of Anton Kudaev and share the community's concern, but at the same time we are concerned that unfounded accusations may serve as grounds for harassment of young, independent projects. Unfortunately, we have to state that the administrators of official telegram channels and PoloniDEX staff, instead of checking false accusations against us, decide to block information about our projects and refuse the possibility of official listing on PoloniDEX. Our requests and readiness to provide the necessary documentary evidence are ignored.

Our team is actively developing new and already launched products, including a messenger with a unique payment function for communication, games on the blockchain, which we have purchased and, at the moment, we are actively improving TRXPlorer. We hope that our appeal will not remain without your attention and will receive proper evaluation. As we always said, we are ready for dialogue and open any sort of cooperation.

Let's build the future of Tron together!
Sincerely, ASLAproject team
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Survey Responses Are IN!

I want to thank everyone who replied to our survey! Your feedback is extremely valuable!


Here are the results and how they're helping shape our direction.


What goals would you like to see us accomplish? What's most important to you in how this Quadriga situation ends?

This was an open-ended question and the answers varied widely (and there was definitely a lot of responses which mentioned multiple goals). Here's a summary:
The justice theme has been entirely overlooked by what we're doing. Discussing the idea on the Quadriga Uncovered Telegram group, it was determined that there was definite interest in a potential letter-writing initiative. One possibility would be sending letters to the RCMP to request the exhumation.


Is there any part of our initiative which confuses you?

Almost universally, there was no mention of any confusion.
The feedback we did receive:
Please feel free to reach out on Telegram and Reddit if there are any further questions!


Is it more important to you that we focus on (a) helping victims of Quadriga recover, (b) educating more people about Quadriga and other exchange fraud, or (c) preventing future exchange fraud events like Quadriga?

Of the first or only choice picked, 70% chose (a) helping victims of Quadriga recover, while 30% chose (c) preventing future exchange fraud events like Quadriga.
(a) was mentioned in 80% of cases, and top choice in 70%.
(b) was a second choice in 30% of cases and mentioned in 35%.
(c) was mentioned in 65% of responses and top choice in 30%.
The educational portion of our initiative was seen as the lowest value. We are floating the idea of replacing the Education goal with a separate Justice goal, which is composed of letter-writing and other advocacy to help speed up any potential criminal investigations.


What bothers you most about Canadian cryptocurrency exchanges?

The responses varied widely. Here's a selection:
There is clearly a lack of satisfaction.


Should preventing events like Quadriga focus more on regulatory reform (working with regulators) or trying to create change through setting the example on one exchange and go from there (similar to how "Tesla" has electrified vehicles)?

Overall summary:
Pressing forward on both fronts appears to make the most sense.


Would you rather have the recovery run inside of a for-profit exchange (sort of a marketing/promotion idea to push people onto a safer exchange) or as an independent group of affected users pushing for our own interests (working with the safer exchange and other businesses potentially similar to a labour union or political advocacy)?

The end result:
We will be working to run this independently, however working closely with our partner exchange as a joint project (and it is definitely a promotional tool for them).


If given the choice, would you prefer (a) $20 cash each year for 10 years (slower recovery with full choice), or (b) your choice of $200 worth of discounts on products/services that are donated by small businesses which you could use this year (faster recovery with less choices)?

60% indicated a preference for (b), and 40% had the preference for (a). There is clear interest in focusing on both, which will push the fastest and most flexible recovery.


Affected users have a liquidation option which allows non-victims to purchase their tokens on the exchange. How do you feel about charging non-victims a small fee (5 cents per token) that is split between funding the project and a pool for affected user payout?

50% expressed outright support for the idea. Below are more detailed responses and comments:
At the moment this has not yet been agreed upon by the partner exchange.


Have you discussed the project with anyone else who lost funds in Quadriga? What kind of feedback are you hearing?

40% said they've discussed it. 40% have not. 20% didn't answer (or it was hard to understand). Some of the responses:


Many affected users have strong privacy concerns and shame regarding what happened to them, such that they are even hesitant to share basic details. What do you feel is the best way to build trust and openness among the affected user community?

Here are some of the replies:

Notes: Percentages rounded to the nearest 5%.


Thank you very much for everyone who took the time to respond! We will continue to study your answers as we move forward!
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List of True Crime Podcasts - one case per podcast/season - with descriptions

I always find that the suggestions for one case podcasts are scattered among comments, but I wanted to put a list together for those who were seeking some suggestions and in hope that I would find some new Podcasts to listen to – to make this easier I have put these in order of when the first episode was released. I will of course missed countless Podcasts, please let me know what I have missed and I will happily add them to my list. Enjoy. Follow the updates on Instagram @truecrime_podcasts
Update: I have put a \* next to the podcasts that are highly rated on podcast platforms. These are not suggestions by me, but here for the purpose of those that are after highly rated podcasts.


Added 2 December 2019 (not in date order)
Added 4 December 2019 (not in date order):

Added 8 December (not in date order):

Turns out Reddit has a word limit: Update continued on Post 2.

Don't forget to follow me on Instagram @ truecrime_podcasts
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Optional Community Recovery Initiative for Affected Users

April 16th, 2020:
Happy New Year! (January 3rd, 2020):
Latest news (December 25th, 2019):
New update (November 20th, 2019):
Affected user survey (October 25th, 2019):

I’ve spent the last 6 months putting together a plan to fix this mess.
I want to see cryptographic proof of solvency as a standard so we can trust that exchanges are at least presently solvent, ensure the lessons and memory of Quadriga can continue into the future, and see a community-led recovery effort where we can eventually get back what we lost.
My name is Matt. I’ve lived in Calgary my whole life, and been running businesses and programming since I was 10 years old. I’m a recent graduate of the University of Calgary in a business and computer science double major, and I currently manage the software team (6 students) at a small Calgary IoT startup. My past business experiences include running a window cleaning franchise across 6 communities, a popular concession stand, and a free web hosting service with over 10,000 clients.
I first got involved with cryptocurrency in 2017, when we had the big run up. Prior to that, I’d done a ton of research but never actually invested. While my losses in Quadriga are significant, they’re nowhere near some of the losses I’ve been hearing about. I’m fortunate to be in a “walk away” position if I so choose and I more or less did for the first week. But I couldn’t stay away. It isn’t right. Especially not now when the solution is so close and the potential impact is so significant.

Here is the plan that I’ve put together:

Stage 1: Pre-Claim Process

Right now we have a massive problem even determining what was lost, an essential step in any recovery.
The official committee has made it clear that privacy is the number one concern, and they are implementing a special process so loss information stays private. This is great if you want to take your payout and move on and forget everything, but makes it basically impossible to validate losses if you want to do anything else. It leaves us in a situation where anyone with basic Photoshop skills can modify paperwork to pretend they lost whatever, and any court processes to determine the legitimacy of losses are extremely expensive. I’ve proposed a number of simple solutions, including publishing hashes of the loss data, but so far nothing has been approved.
At the moment, the E&Y website has the balance information, and while that’s online we have a unique opportunity to use it to validate what was lost. I don’t know how long this website will stay online, but it provides a nearly perfect solution, enabling saving a copy of the loss data that can be validated against later, providing certainty that claimed loss amounts on the platform are legitimate.
The process to save your balance (pre-claim) requires only the client ID and first name. An email address is also collected, which is used to contact you when we are ready for stage 2. You are free to use a forwarder email address that doesn’t personally identify you. Just keep in mind the final launch could be many months away.
Anyone who has a lost balance in Quadriga and wants to participate can set up a pre-claim at https://www.quadrigainitiative.com/
The secondary purpose of this stage is to confirm interest in the program. An arbitrary minimum goal would be 1000 affected users and $3m in losses (still <0.5% of affected users).

Stage 2: TxQuick Token Program

Many of you have heard of Ethan Burnside and TxQuick. Ethan lives in Vancouver, lost more than me in Quadriga, and was already working on starting an exchange. If you haven’t yet, I recommend checking out his thread where he explains a debt token program he had proposed to run in the early stages of this process. Had it happened, we could have avoided all the expensive bankruptcy as well. ($2m and counting.)
Ethan is extremely experienced and has a highly qualified team backing his project. He’s proved his integrity in 2013 when his BTC Trading Corp platform was to be shut down, and he spent his own personal funds fighting to keep it online long enough that customers could withdraw their funds. Ethan is very much in favour of transparency and publishing cold wallet public keys so customers of the exchange can actually validate the solvency themselves.
Ethan and I have been chatting on Telegram since he first showed me his proposal, back in the early days when I was trying really hard to build up an exchange under a similar model. He’s still very keen on helping out here. He sees this as a tremendous opportunity to establish his exchange. We’ve spent many hours discussing potential solutions.
Under the latest proposal, the TxQuick platform would handle KYC/AML and process bankruptcy paperwork so affected users can prove their losses and receive tokens. Each token represents $1 CAD lost, and I’ve proposed that tokens be accepted at face value towards trading fees, structured as a price segment so it actually increases profitability of his exchange and speeds up the recovery. Other customers to the exchange can save money on trading fees by purchasing the tokens off victims at a discount. In addition to the platform to form the basis of the recovery, I feel that Ethan is going to make great waves on the exchange industry by publishing cold wallet addresses to prove solvency. My hope is that through the effective promotion of his exchange, this can become a standard.
In order for this to happen, the TxQuick platform development must be finished, there needs to be sufficient interest in the program, and the proposal needs to make it through the TxQuick board of directors. These aren’t guaranteed, but nothing here seems unreasonable.

Stage 3: Token Marketplace/Competition

To speed up the recovery and expand beyond TxQuick, I’ve proposed that partnerships could be established with other businesses to accept the tokens at face value as well. This enables the right businesses to promote themselves and improve their reputation by accepting tokens towards products and services. The idea is that businesses would create deals using the tokens that are better than normal, in order to assist with the recovery and promote themselves.
An example deal might have 20% of the price accepted via tokens, a promotion which forms an effective price segment, maintains the value perception of the product/service, and functions as a perpetual promotion for the business. It means affected users or those who purchased tokens on the exchange could use them like cash towards 20% of the purchase. Businesses would be free to create whatever promotions they like as long as tokens are accepted at face value.
Tokens recovered by each business are burned to an address that encodes the URL of the business, encoding the total amount recovered by every business on the blockchain. A website would be set up with a leaderboard to promote and rank businesses, which creates a useful place for anyone with tokens to shop, and a big incentive for businesses to accept more tokens. This creates an open system where anyone can assist with and benefit from the recovery as a business or consumer.
In order for this to happen, there needs to be a sufficiently large body of consumers with the tokens, initial matching businesses need to be found, and a simple enough process needs to be established for businesses so the program can grow organically.
These are my ideas. If you like them and want to participate, you can set up a pre-claim at https://www.quadrigainitiative.com/

For more on our initiative, check the posts at /QuadrigaInitiative.

I’m happy to answer any and all questions. Thanks so much for reading!
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I have started crypto 2 years ago and today I decided to make a course and teach people in the company I work for about it. It's getting crazy with so many demands of participation! Help me to make it amazing !

So 2 years ago, after seeing a Netflix documentary about bitcoin, my life has totally changed and I became a crypto addict.
I have made so many mistakes, I could have given up so many times, but still, I'm here, more convinced and enthusiastic about crypto than ever.
So actually yesterday I started a topic on the Facebook group where most of the people working in the same company as mine are. We are more than 4000 on this group and it's an airline.
I didn't expect so many answers of people interested to participate to my course ! And I didn't even finish to write it yet ! I'm not gonna take a random online course already made, I will be much more efficient teaching if I've made it myself. So far I have 50+ people interested. I will make small batches.
I told them that I will talk about basics but also some advanced stuff because I can handle it.
I want to tell you what I'm going to talk about, but I'd like you to help me if you think I forgot something really Important in the comment.
So here are the topics I will approach with my students :
-What is bitcoin and crypto in general? I mean I have to start like that, some poeple really have no idea about what it is.
-What is the blockchain ?
-How is it and will affect our lives?
-Facts about bitcoin. Such as it's never been hacked, how many times it crashed and revived, feel free to give me ideas.
-How to buy and sell it? This part is easy, but I will set their mind to HODL, not to trade this market ad they will burn their wings and lose.
-How to secure it safely ?
-Mistakes to avoid as a beginner, like leaving your crypto on an exchange, investing money you actually need to live, avoid scams (heyheyhey) I want them to be wise if their choice.
-Useful websites and YouTubers (datadash,Cryptolark) those are my 2 favourites. I unsubscribed from some many after being fed up by their BS. Let me know if you know any I can trust.
So I think that this course will take me a couple of hours to discuss, they will ask me questions, for sure other topics will be talked about.
I am really excited about it and I feel like it's part of the adoption we need to educated people about crypto and blockchain.
So guys, please tell me if I am forgetting very important things to teach to begginers about crypto! I will talk about the mining also when I'll explain what bitcoin is, also the stock to flow, halving... it's gonna be a lot of informations.
Thank you for reading.
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Ambrosus AMA [September 2019]

Hello everyone, thank you for participating in this AMA! Here are the answers as promised: a nice way to kick off your weekend :) An edited version will be uploaded on our blog in the next few days. 

From u/HugeKaiser
Please can we have a detailed outline of the company Reorg? Why it was done? What is the Mid-Long term strategic plans now?
Based upon this, it would be accurate to say that Ambrosus has slightly restructured for a more mature phase of development, but also to note that the updated positions of various team members reflect changes that have taken place quite some time ago, it simply took some time to align communications and update the information. Overall, everything is going according to the plan: The first stage of Ambrosus was all about building - the blockchain network, protocols and APIs, the numerous IoT devices, and significant exposure among partners and industry stakeholders. Now, Ambrosus has fully transitioned into a model that is prepared to launch, scale, and industrially supply solutions across different industries (hence sidechains), and among different stakeholders (i.e. enterprises, startups, and entrepreneurs). This ecosystem development is exciting, and a number of entrepreneurs and startups have already begun developing projects on top of the open-source code of Ambrosus. Likewise, the functionality of masternodes has been vastly expanded, adding new utility functions to AMB. The fully-permissionless nature of the network permits any stakeholder to operate their node-based models freely.

It was previously said that funds would run out in Mid 2020. Are you going to seek external funding when it runs out? Will it be considered a series B? If not, how are you going to keep funding progress/project?
Applications are the key driver to adoption, growth, and ultimately a self-sustaining network. With a fully complete blockchain backbone and network core, the Ecosystem is already creating incentives for participants to keep the network running and decentralised. Going forward, beyond mid-2020, all suitable options will be considered for ensuring that this vision continues. Based upon the number of products either already being implemented or currently being tested, we are confident in what the coming year will bring to the Ecosystem - especially regarding the new and independent projects being built on top of the core network, further expanding the funding opportunities for network development.

What is Chipless? Will it be building off AMB-NET (in LinkedIn it says both AMB-NET and Ethereum - but this could mean 1% AMB-NET and 99% Ethereum) please can we have more clarity? How and in what capacity is AMB-NET going to be involved with Chipless?
ChipLess is one of the many projects currently being developed within the Ambrosus Ecosystem. It is a completely independent project that is going to be built on top of Ambrosus’ open-source public infrastructure. The different networks that ChipLess will service are purely determined by the interests and needs of the enterprises utilising ChipLess - for those interested in integrated data management and optimal IoT connectivity, Ambrosus will be the natural choice. For others who would like to connect ChipLess data to other blockchain solutions or applications, the Ethereum network may be more suitable. In short - the network will be determined by the preferences and needs of the ChipLess users and not the governing foundation. All partners and integrators of ChipLess will be encouraged to adopt Ambrosus as their network of choice.
It may also be useful to consider, that the targeted audience for ChipLess are enterprises interested in comprehensively managing IoT data, and better securing the flow of data about their products. Also consider that ChipLess is being launched by a team of entrepreneurs who also built AMB-NET, and remain closely engaged with ongoing developments of the Ambrosus Ecosystem. The future is bright for Ambrosus ecosystem.

Vlad said in telegram: "So the value we can add is to build much more business friendly solutions/products on this backbone that will generate business value by properly addressing specific needs of those businesses" (referring to the entrepreneurial approach). Does "properly addressing specific needs if those businesses" mean servicing private/permissioned blockchains because you've learned now after 2 years of trying POCs thats actually what companies prefer compared to decentralized ones? (hence why there are zero clients on mainnet.)
Ambrosus has built a number of business oriented solutions over the past year and a half: OriginFood, Cold Chain Monitoring, Bill of Lading - are just some examples of public projects. A number of entrepreneurs are also working in the stealth mode or in yet unannounced mode. ChipLess is also one such example: it has required a significant amount of research, development, and testing, and so therefore it is only now rapidly rising as a flagship project within the Ambrosus Ecosystem.
All of the aforementioned projects have been developed as innovative solutions for very specific business problems that enterprises face (i.e. the origin of food, proof of payment, quality of cold-chain products, etc.). In order to drive real-world adoption of such solutions, they must be tailored to the existing business, regulatory, and managerial contexts of these enterprises.
Therefore, “Properly addressing specific needs of those businesses” literally means, working to optimise the existing solution for each business's specific context. More often than not (for now at least), companies are reluctant to use decentralized networks because they cannot control them, cannot manipulate them, cannot delete data. They are familiar with a context in which business as usual is what is profitable for companies. Because of this reality, it is much more challenging to get enterprises to immediately change their approach, and alternatives such as industry-specific sidechains are important to consider.
However, in the long term, it is highly likely that once enterprises understand the added value of transparency, secure data management, and consumer-oriented public accountability, true blockchain will become central for any and all data moving between businesses or multiple parties. It has only been in the past couple of years that this prospect has become realistically conceivable (i.e. since blockchain became scalable and applicable to supply chains and other industrial processes).

What is the new timeline/roadmap? Out of the 100s of POCs you have run over the past 2 years when can we expect clients to be on-boarded to AMB-NET? - If so what's the timeline?
A new timeline and roadmap are currently being developed and evaluated by the different teams within Ambrosus. It is scheduled to be released at some point in Q4 of this year. Many partners and PoCs from the previous 2 years are already using AMB-NET - the specific schedule for others is largely dependent upon management decisions from those enterprises. If there was a clear timeline that could be provided - it would be. Right now, enterprises are only just beginning a digital transition that will accelerate over the next decade - its very early, and many companies are treading carefully.
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From u/Justinformation
Ambrosus is/was mainly aimed at food and pharmaceutical companies. From the updates it is apparent that most of the interest comes from the food sector. Are you also getting inquiries from the medical sector and are there active PoCs or being set up in that sector? Or has your direction been diverted to mainly food?
Different industries innovate at different speeds. Generally, the global pharmaceutical industry, and especially the pharmaceutical industry in Europe are extremely attentive to regulation. As a result, change takes a long time - see this blog from last year if you want the details, and even more so with a technology like blockchain or IoT that is so innovative and new it is hard to work with enterprises if they don’t even understand it in the first place.
Ambrosus has been and continues to work on a number of use-cases in the pharmaceutical supply chain. To mention a couple of applications: 1) cold-chain logistics management for medicine that can easily spoil or that is expensive to insure. 2) sensor based quality assurance of location, origin, and journey of medicine (to prevent anti-counterfeiting and increase consumer trust). 3) Working with medical device companies to trace the origin and manufacturer behind implanted devices (for a clear overview of this problem - which is actually much bigger than most people are aware of, see here). Beyond these applications, Ambrosus is also working with several large pharmaceutical companies to develop joint use-cases that are more specifically tailored to an exact business or regulatory context.
Overall, Ambrosus remains one of the only blockchain and IoT companies that actually brings added value to the business process of pharmaceutical companies via encrypted sensing, innovative IoT devices, and a business optimized network (Hermes Node built off of the Web of Things Model). Due to the nature of the industry and the regulatory environment change is slow and takes significant amounts of time.
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From u/ThetheCaptain
Hello. Congratulations on setting up the main net and all of the onboarding and decentralization action. I remember reading in a previous AMA Vlad saying that your clients are already waiting for the AMB-NET to go live. Now that the main net is up and running , my own understanding is that the final steps are a few kinks being ironed out and the network size being expanded a bit further before it starts being used by said clients. Can you please elaborate on whether this line of thinking is/isn't complete?
Many partners and corporates are already using AMB-NET. As Vlad has rightly said, even more partners are excited about using AMB-NET, but remain in the process of getting onboard. The delicate balance in this process lies in managing all of the different variables as efficiently as possible: when there are clients onboarding for the first time, alongside new clients interested in testing it out, combined with network updates and developments, combined with community member nodes onboarding and offboarding, the problem largely becomes one of management. Who to prioritize first, how long it takes to make sure they are satisfied, how many questions or issues they run into etc. In the meantime, we are actively reaching out and building new partners through participation at trade events and meetings with large corporate enterprises in order to further bolster adoption.
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From u/DailyShawarma
It has been stated in the past that hundreds of companies were interested in Ambrosus and were running POCs; out of those companies, how many are still working with you? (without disclosing the names, I think you can answer this one).
Ambrosus is currently working and developing projects with well over 100 companies from around the world. In the near future, the community can expect more information and announcements concerning these projects: an overview of which industries they serve, the different stages of progression, and the different interests the enterprises have in AMB-NET. While these projects all remain in different stages of development, there are also frequently new proposals introduced that additionally require attention.

For months, Ambrosus team stated that nodes would have been onboarded by seniority. That was absolutely not the case and many people got screwed over by that decision. Why the sudden change of rules? and why should the community trust you in the future?
The initial onboarding of the first waves of masternodes were based on seniority - as promised. The reason why this process could not be continued was due to the priorities of many of the partner enterprises who prioritised decentralisation over a limited and incremental scaling of nodes on the network. Because of such priorities, the decision was made to make onboarding permissionless. Overall, this decision has been much better for the growth of the Ambrosus Ecosystem, for all of the masternode operators on the network and for the numerous partners interested in utilising AMB-NET for decentralised data management. As of now, it is a fully-permissioned network that is independently processing IoT data for a number of different industrial services.
Note: The current blockchain developer team is making important changes to the crypto-economic model to ensure that are specifically oriented to benefit all masternode operators and to further incentivize network participation. In general, there has been no ‘easy’ way to balance Ambrosus’ commitment to its community and the interests of its partners. In situations where there are competing priorities, partners take priority due to the fact that without such partners there would be minimal growth and development of the ecosystem itself. Under such circumstances the Ambrosus team will continue to look for opportunities to correct such discrepancies, and is more than willing to listen to community proposals. Looking ahead, this change to onboarding and increased the decentralisation will improve the long-term standing of Ambrosus ecosystem.

Mainnet was always said to be live but hidden, then it became public, but was not the original one, was a new one. So basically, it is like it was never launched; is it true that there is a hidden main-net with companies creating bundles on it? or are you building from scratch?
In April of 2019, the Ambrosus Main-Net was forked. The original main-net which had been live and running since August of 2018, transitioned to become the test-net. What is currently the Main Ambrosus Network was originally a reset network re-introduced in April during the fork. The reason why this was done, was to remove numerous bugs and security issues that had been identified over the previous 10 months: When the network began onboarding masternodes and became more decentralised, it was thought best to revamp the network especially with enterprise data being managed on it in order to avoid cybersecurity risks or stability of the netowrk in rapid scaling scenarios. Meanwhile, the test-net remains publicly accessible and is not hidden at all: anyone can inspect it and the activity upon it.

Why the lack of communication? outside of Kevin who does a great job, where is the team behind the project? Do you realize that the be-weekly report has less and fewer people interested in it? To me, there is no point on talking about new use cases and disregard the ones who are actively working with AMB (if there are any); so why not giving updates on those profiles?
More engagement from the team has been noted, and is in the pipeline as a priority going forward. We will also be working more on providing better, more quality updates. The team would also like to emphasize that we are more than open to ideas from the community about how to better engage with them to their satisfaction.

This is not a question but a consideration; in the past Ambrosus has talked big but always came out short; it has promised documentaries and we saw just one, iot sensors videos and we saw just one (very low quality even). It has wasted time and resources on Christmas presents but cannot waste time on updating a website. I am a long-time holder and have been through ups and downs, only downs actually, but still cannot see the light.
Ensuring communication between what is happening within Ambrosus and what is told to the community has been one of the most difficult components for everyone on the team. The Ambrosus community has been incredible and constantly engaged with the project - eager to hear about what is going on. The team is focused on results, and often times working with enterprises that move at a snail’s pace, or in a regulatory environment that is constantly evolving. In the future, the two (community and production) will be conjoined.
Because of the highly competitive and fast paced blockchain environment we have been working within, Ambrosus has strongly prioritized enterprise engagement and concrete use-cases and technologies: we have put our tech and services first. These solutions are real, and the fact that some of the most talented academics and scientists have contributed to them are a testament to that.
At the moment, Ambrosus has sufficient tech, entrepreneurs, and projects being built upon it for the team to focus more on the community, describing what already exists, and solidifying its progress from the past two years. If you remember our early days motto, it was “Ambrosus is a startup where you may not know where you’ll be next week, but where everyone knows where we want to be in 5 years”. That same philosophy applies. The original vision, goals, tech, and belief in decentralised and open data management has always been at the core of Ambrosus. Even, in light of new regulations, hesitant enterprises, and a rapidly changing IoT environment that exact vision continues every day of our work. Overall, time is on the side of Ambrosus, and in the coming months we will be releasing a number of community oriented materials explaining exactly why this is the case.
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From u/EnvironmentalPhysics
Given the rapid expansion of AMB-NET masternodes, is the team currently planning to deploy more hermes nodes or to increase the heartbeat bundle generation? if yes, can you provide details on it?
Yes, over time additional Hermes nodes will be released on the network to satisfy demands in particular regions and use-cases and also to provide compatibility with GDPR and other local data protection laws and regulations. The goal is to ensure that Ambrosus is a global decentralised network from which any enterprise or entrepreneur, from any part of the world has seamless access to uploading and managing data. In addition, a new and upgraded Hermes is currently a work in progress that has been the focus of the dev team for a significant amount of time. While no exact release date can be identified at this time, it will be trialed with existing partners and entrepreneurs first, before a global rollout in the coming months. Hermes are a crucial component of AMB-NET due to the unique design that connects the Ambrosus Blockchain to the rest of the World Wide Web (REST API + JSON data model built around the Web of Things). The full functionality of this new Hermes will be explained to the community when it is ready for release.

Once Apollo Nodes reach their cap, is the team planning to implement a mechanism or queue for prospective Apollo node operators to take the spot of retired Apollos?
As the network is fully permissionless and decentralized there is no cap for Apollo Nodes. Additional mechanisms such as auctioning will be implemented to create market-driven Apollo stakes that ensure that the network is optimally secure, while the masternode operators are best positioned to maximise their services on the network.

Does the team has technical and decentralization (qty of nodes) goals for AMB-Net in the medium term ?
The current state of decentralisation on the Ambrosus Network has greatly exceeded even our own expectations: Ambrosus is currently more decentralized than EOS, NEO and VET. This in itself is a great achievement. Looking ahead, our medium-term goal is to have several thousand masternodes operating on AMB-NET - by this point Ambrosus will be one of the most decentralised networks in the industry and among much older and developed ecosystems.

Why were removed the KYC requirements and distribution plan (1/3 for each community, Ambrosus and enterprises) for Apollo Nodes? what is stopping (besides $) an entity from getting a bunch of Apollos to harm AMB-Net?
There are crypto-economic mechanisms currently in place that prevent the hostile takeover of the network by nefarious Apollo Masternode operators. For the sake of decentralisation the KYC requirements were removed - the intention is to reward early participants, and lower the barrier of entry for anyone and everyone interested in contributing to the network - to do so. As a result AMB-NET is a truly decentralised network, something the team is extremely proud of.
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From u/Chysantus
It was discussed in past AMAs and podcasts that Ambrosus was working with hundreds of companies that vary in size and if these companies were to sign up,a larger number of bundles would potentially be uploaded onto the AMB network everyday. Are these companies still involved with Ambrosus? Can you shed any light on whether we will be seeing any of them on the industrial grade AMB net 2.0 when the time comes?
Yes - Ambrosus is still working with hundreds of companies. We have developed countless product demos, PoC’s and use-case strategies for these enterprises. As it has been explained, this process is highly unpredictable, especially when it comes to time frame. In general, the larger the company, the longer it takes for them to adopt a new technology - and especially one with such a large learning curve like blockchain. Many of the companies Ambrosus works with are multi-billion dollar companies producing billions of products. As has been stated above these negotiations are complex, with many, many different variables having to be considered. Overall, we are confident in the future, and strongly believe that time is on Ambrosus’ side.

What happened to all the meetups?
Over the summer months time was required for restructuring and preparing communications: on the different teams, and of the different enterprises and partners involved. There will be a number of new meetups planned very soon with team members - more information on the locations, dates, and specifics will be released soon.

Are there any updates to the smart city use cases that Ambrosus were previously looking at?
Smart Cities remain a core focus for Ambrosus. An in-depth blog update is planned soon in order to keep the community posted on this front and its future potential over the next 5 years.
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From u/Tekon421
When do you expect to start onboarding clients to main-net? I’m not looking for a next week or sept 23rd answer. Simply the current goal is before EOY or Q1 2020. Something along those lines.
As I mentioned previously there are already a number of partners and clients using the Ambrosus main network. Over the next couple of months it is expected that a number of other enterprises will begin onboarding as well. By the end of the year, we will publicize more partnerships. All I can say is that there is a lot to look forward to, so stay tuned.
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From u/ThorsHammer1974
Please can we have a run down of the new Ambrosus set-up. An explanation and rationale as to the new roles of the major team members and why these positions were taken? Now that Ambnet is delivered, what are the plans for the next stage in the growth of the eco system?
See the new outline discussed above. If anything is unclear please let us know!
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From u/EnvironmentalPhysics
Considering that there has been a slow down in the qty of articles, news and communications from the team; how is Ambrosus planning to go forward with respect to outreach, transparency, creation of content and community engagement now ? is Wachmans still working with Ambrosus? If no, why and how is Ambrosus gonna tackle marketing then?
There is a new marketing and content management strategy in place, that is prioritising quality content, the community, and increased outreach. As of now, this vision is in the process of being fine-tuned, edited and agreed upon by the core team before being implemented.

Is the team still planning to release updated roadmap and whitepapebluepaper? If yes, in what time frame?
Yes, the vision will likely be released in Quarter 4 of this year.

Hello, I would like to hear an insight from the team about going with the entrepreneurial approach vs expanding Ambrosus into a big company which offers all the products and services related to AMB-Net?
This decision was made jointly by the core team. We want to be an Ecosystem of independent projects that works in unison to prevent any malicious actor from attacking the central weak link. As an independent ecosystem, Ambrosus is not attached to any country, overbearing jurisdiction, or government. Governments and their regulators all over the world are proving to be distrustful and adverse towards blockchain and crypto, which hinders development of truly decentralised platforms. Therefore to avoid being held hostage by any government or regulator wishing to take advantage over Ambrosus, the project since its inception has been cross-jurisdictional, with many different companies and groups building different elements and components of AMB-NET and the wider Ambrosus ecosystem. To continue having this strength, we have placed a stronger emphasis on fostering a group of independent projects who could build the infrastructure and solutions of Ambrosus in the true spirit of decentralization. Ambrosus ecosystem can operate everywhere and all actors running the protocol and masternodes interact with each other in a truly trustless environment. In general, this approach allows for Ambrosus to become more efficient, decentralised, and accessible. A large company is more clunky, inefficient, incessantly bureaucratic and limited in its outreach to different laws, and revenue streams. Considering how young the entire blockchain industry is, the independent-ecosystem approach is far more sustainable over the long-term as it allows organic projects to flourish, circumvents tedious regulatory issues, and eliminates what is not essential (thus saving money and time).
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From u/BretWalda1
How many people are currently working at Ambrosus?
There are over 50 people currently working at Ambrosus. Because a lot of the people work as contractors they are not (or cannot be) listed on the team webpage. Those running masternodes for example, may have interacted with Alina, Valerii, Oleksii and a few other team members, working in the background full-time on Ambrosus. Similarly, we have business development, operations and innovation team members who are working in a stealth-mode.
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From u/JellyFishQQ
As we know, Binance will void for U.S. citizen after September this year. Several other exchange web listed AMB, but the amount of supply/transaction are unimaginable low. What's the level of achievements or developments for Ambrosus can be qualified to list on coinbase? Do you have considering list on Coinbase in the future? Thank you, team
As AMB is a utility token used in AMB-NET, we are not in a position to deal any questions related to exchanges. Ambrosus should not be used as a speculative tool and is intended to be used on our distributed IoT infrastructure.
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From u/Sour_Chili
Can you share a little bit more information about the progress, if so, that is being made with INATBA? Are there any POCs that are currently being developed? If so, can you share some details about them?
INATBA remains in its early stages (having been formed only in spring). However, there appears to be a very bright future for Ambrosus within the Association. The Ambrosus Representative to INATBA has been elected as Co-Chair of the Supply Chain Working Group and is in charge of managing and coordinating its future direction. There are frequent calls and webinars that Ambrosus actively participates within. In the coming months there are a number of panels and discussions between enterprises, government officials, and other industry players about the state of the industry. Right now, the focus is on organizing and defining goals within the association - joint projects, PoC’s and future collaboration is expected in the future.

I know this isn’t technically an ambrosus question but can you elaborate on Vlads project?
Dr. Vlad Trifa, as the Chief Product Officer of Ambrosus, specifically focuses on enterprise solutions and new tools on top of AMB-NET. He is focused on scanners for the quality assurance of products, the cloud communication with the different IoT devices, and a number of projects utilising different Ambrosus projects.

A specific question to Vlad: On a scale from 1 to 10, how optimistic are you currently about the state of AMB-NET? And what makes you most enthusiastic about the future of Ambrosus and where do you see major challenges?
Vlad: 8/10. It’s very impressive to see the decentralized IoT infrastructure with so many complex mechanisms and pieces operating smoothly and enabling so many exciting use-cases. I am proud about AMB-NET because before it came around there was no IoT protocol that could claim to be THE protocol for IoT. There were just many competing standards with crap code and very little relevance for the “T” in the “IoT”, that is it was all internet and no things. With AMB-NET we are finally able to give life to any piece of hardware and to enable it to communicate securely, trustlessly and at scale with any other piece of hardware or network participants. This is revolutionary and this is what makes me excited and proud in Ambrosus. Looking ahead, I am definitely impressed by all the projects that are popping up on top of the public code of Ambrosus. ChipLess is obviously the most advanced one, but there are so many other exciting projects cooking up. I am also working on a solution that will be basically Layer-2 on top of AMB-NET, creating essentially business-friendly middleware for the network. This is key to integrate all the supply chain management into AMB-NET and there is such an immense opportunity here that I am very excited about this. I also hope more community-based initiatives and startups emerge, building on Ambrosus code, which is free for anyone to build on. Exciting times :)

On the Ambrosus hiring page, I see that there are a few vacant positions. However, some of the are there since a few months. So my question is: Is it difficult to recruit new people or what is the reason that some of these positions are not filled?
Hiring the right person for any position in a startup, is key. Some experts and specialists in certain areas, especially senior and experienced people take months or even years to find, attract, and retain. Take for example Coinbase which acquired a startup for 100m USD just so that they could take their CTO and make them the CTO of Coinbase. Ambrosus is still hiring, however we have very high standards for all of our positions; even after 100 interviews, we have only shortlisted a couple of candidates. From those candidates further interviews and trials must be conducted before bringing them full time on to the team. Any new team members will be most certainly communicated to the community in the future!
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From u/Mr_Wind
Does ambrosus plan to release a video about building a solution on amb-net ?
Yes, videos for utilising the network, the different tools on top of the network, and different Demos and Use-Cases of blockchain and IoT will be published once solutions are finalised and the network protocols are further developed.

I know there is some documentation already but maybe a more friendly and step by step format ( like a video) detailing a specific use case could help community members (like me) launch a project on amb-net.
Yes - this is one of the goals defined in the revamped community engagement efforts. The community will be preparing all sorts of this kind of documentation to make using AMB-NET easy for even those who are not technical. In the meantime, community members are highly encouraged to share their ideas with us, especially concerning the areas of AMB-NET they are most interested in utilising or would like content produced around.
Also I know each company has his own pain points but do you plan to release more information about what companies (those you are currently working with or have POC with) are really looking into amb-net?
Yes, this is in line with the new community engagement plan. The goal here is also to inspire entrepreneurs to replicate and improve upon existing solutions in their own economic and geographical contexts.

Is it less expensive than other solutions? Is it the fact it's totally transparent and decentralized? I mean what do i tell an executive or company to make him really interested in amb-net?
How to Communicate AMB-NET is included as a piece of content that the team is working on. We greatly value these questions from the community. As more in-depth explanations are provided in the future, please feel free to continue to ask for more information about your specific interests!
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Concluding Remarks: Thank you for all of your questions. For a clear overview of the most important changes and updates - please stand by for Dr. Stefan Meyer’s vision outline to be released on the Ambrosus Blog this upcoming Monday. 
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