In a bid to bring blockchain awareness to the amateur, the leading bitcoin block explorer portal Blockchain.com is introducing ‘Blockchain Primers’ as per a blog dated 23 January.
The blog emphasized the magnitude of impact that blockchain is bringing to the society and vowed to bring high-quality research of “Wall Street to Main Street”. These primers would be immensely easy to understand while also being well-structured.
Blockchain.com also provides cryptocurrency wallet services supporting bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Ethereum (ETH). Headquartered in Luxembourg, they also provide bitcoin statistics, market information, and data charts.
The blog headlined:
“[We] often hear that accessing information on crypto that is both reliable and freely available is one of the most challenging issues, particularly for newcomers.”
The above comment was in response to counter their statement that consumers need to have a complete understanding of their crypto assets. To have a complete hold on their crypto assets, it requires easy access to the most updated research, case studies, and original data.
To address this concern, the firm started off a new research program last year headed by Dr. Garrick Hileman, the Head of Research. Like a feather in the cap, the first widely broadcasted report was an innovative study of stablecoins.
The study of stablecoins officially christened as ‘State Of Stablecoins’ was a report of great significance that captured the essence of one of the most important and fastest growing portfolios in the crypto ecosystem. Stablecoins are often touted to replace more popular currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Blockchain Primers flagged off its entry with the first primer on Bitcoin Cash (BCH). This topic was chosen in response to the multitude of user queries received after the disputative network split suffered by BCH. This pioneer primer has a focus on the comparison between Bitcoin Cash ABC (BCH) and Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV).
Blockchain Primers are meant to be brief yet weighty, spanning 10 pages or below, with an aim to capture the overview of each crypto asset. The salient sections in each primer would include highlights, data, comparative summary and references.
Highlights would be quick tidbits of information, and the data would cover widely accepted paradigms. The data-driven comparison would be the focus of comparative summary and references will have links to supplemental information.
In an age where updated information is the powerhouse, such initiatives from reputed firms are indeed the way to go to promote healthy embrace. When once Blockchain Primers reaches a sizeable number of publications, users will throng to collect and make full use of this provision.