Thoughts on Technical Project Management and Its Intersection with Blockchain's Disruptive Potential

Monthly Archives: June 2017

Bitcoin Price to Earnings (P/E) Ratio Chart

Published June 14, 2017 in Experimental - 0 Comments

I first came across the bitcoin P/E ratio at the 2017 Token Summit. Chris Burniske of ARC Capital shared a slide which displayed a static version of it. He said he’d loved to see someone built it.

So I built it -

It’s a dynamically updating bitcoin price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio chart. The chart updates a rolling Bitcoin P/E ratio every 2 days. It uses data from blockchain.info.

Many thanks to Chris Burniske for sharing the idea at the 2017 Token Summit. All credit goes to Woobull since he first conceived it.​

Woobull's original Tweet about the Blockchain P/E ratio is here. This is Chris' talk at the 2017 Token Summit.

This post is a work in progress. I'll update it again as soon as I get some WordPress issues sorted out 😉 I also plan to add P/E ratios of other cryptoassets, as Chris suggests here.

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And here's the embed code -

<iframe width="920" height="420" src="https://bitcoin-pe-ratio.herokuapp.com"></iframe>

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Would You Like Your Own buytokenswith.eth Subdomain?

Published June 1, 2017 in Experimental - 0 Comments

The Ethereum Name Service (ENS) replaces complicated Ethereum addresses with easy to use Ethereum names. I’m feeling excited for ENS’ potential to make Ethereum easier for more people to use.

I won the Ethereum Name Service (ENS) auction for buytokenswith.eth. I’m thinking about offering custom subdomains on it.

Example Use Cases​

Here are some use cases I’m considering -

[Names in brackets are placeholders.]

[yourname].buytokenswith.eth

This example could make it easier for an individual to buy and sell tokens.

[companyname].buytokenswith.eth

This example could make it easier for a company to buy and sell tokens.

[tokenauction].buytokenswith.eth

This example could make it easier for a token issuer to sell tokens. (Although they don’t seem to need help with this at the moment!)

[tokenamount.tokenname].buytokenswith.eth

This example could make it easier for an individual or company to buy or sell a specific amount of a specific token.

Sound Interesting?

I’m not sure how this would work yet. I’d like to gauge interest in the idea, before investing more time and resources figuring out the details.

Please submit your email address below if you’re interested in the idea. I'll only email you with updates about buytokenswith.eth subdomains.

You can also contact me here with feedback or questions about the idea.

Tags: blockchain , ens , ethereum