The new crypto, Chia, would use hard disk space rather than proof of work.
A nice explanation of mining difficulty
A nice explanation of DAGs
A nice introduction to masternodes, and the companies that are using them
A guide for making you fluent on blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies including links to websites that can help you stay informed.
Atomic swaps, what they are, why they are disruptive
Chen cites the lack of peer review and a failure to disclose conflicts of interest as two reasons why most crypto whitepapers shouldn't be trusted
A primer by NYT that is part of series of stories on blockchain
A nice overview of both well-known and up and coming cryptocurrencies
A nice explanation of proof of work and proof of stake
Mulders offers some useful ways to evaluate the credibility of an ICO, including reviewing the company's open source code on GitHub and giving a thorough read of its whitepaper.
Coins pegged to the dollar and other top currencies seen by some as antidote to cryptocurrency volatility, while otheres view them as against the spirit of cyptocurrencies
CoinTalk takes a look at privacy coins
A pretty interesting read on stablecoins
A nice explanation for why Ethereum has become so popular
TrueUSD joins Tether, Dai, and others in the category of stablecoins, that seek to peg their value to the dollar.
Links to information about blockchain, currencies, trading
Hayase creatively uses the characters in the Matrix to explain conflicts within the bitcoin community.
An explanation of bitcoin, that doesn't involve math.
A good intro to bitcoin, blockchain, and the its ecosystem
A great explanation for what blockchain is,, and its potential for disruption
The original paper that served as the basis for Bitcoin. The paper was published in October 2008 under the byline Satoshi Nakamoto, describing how an online payments network could be setup without the need for financial institutions.
One of several videos from CuriousInventor that explains how bitcoin works for those of us that aren't math geniuses.