Rummors Of Sillicon Valley Creating Their Own Crypto
Andreessen Horowitz have published list of crypto readings and resources called CryptoCanon. It’s organized from building blocks and basics; foundations (& history); and key concepts and beginners’ guides — followed by specific topics such as governance; privacy and security; scaling; consensus; cryptoeconomics and investing; fundraising and token distribution; decentralized exchanges; stablecoins; and cryptoeconomic primitives (crytocollectibles, curation markets, games). We also included a section with developer tutorials, practical guides, and maker stories — as well as other resources, such as newsletters and courses, at the end.
The little Info we have about Sillicon Valley crypto currecie:
As we know this virtual currencie will not start as an ICO because of the high demand will have as it starts, and there will be no Bittrex or Binance. this will only go straight to a closed group of accredited inversors of NASDAQ composite.
The NASDAQ Composite Index is a US stock index that includes all the securities (both domestic and foreign) that are listed on the Nasdaq market, a total of more than 5000 companies.
The index was developed with a base level of 100 as of February 5, 1971. Companies are weighted by the capitalization criterion. The high weighting of technology stocks within the Nasdaq market has made this index very popular, although it is more volatile and speculative than the NYSE.