# The Sunday Crypto Recap - Down the Rabbit Hole 90
Global stock markets continue to trend higher - so everything must be fine. Makes sense, right?
Twitter got itself hacked - an event the media happily marketed as a 'Bitcoin scam'. In any case, Obama and Elon Musk are now Bitcoin bulls, so there's that!
Bitcoin is clearly approaching a decision point - probably best to think on it before it does....
Some Alts continue to outperform particularly those in the DeFi space - worth noting users are still few and far between. A lot of influencers are now shilling 'hidden-gem' DeFi projects - treat these endorsements with extreme skepticism.
As per usual, lots of narratives to explore from this last week in crypto - enjoy!
## Picks of the Week
Greed is good? Well, not [always](https://medium.com/in-bitcoin-we-trust/greed-is-the-number-one-enemy-in-the-bitcoin-world-7d247463d2b8). A Bitcoin podcast guaranteed to [teach](https://open.spotify.com/episode/0KfUWJoLFBFPftMqvXQfXu) you something. Exploring Bitcoin in the context of [Austrian](https://stephanlivera.com/episode/71/) economics.
Now that was a faucet!:
BTC hashrate already back at all-time highs:
More on hashrate - proof of work equivalent days:
On hodling BTC in 2020:
A thread exploring whether altcoin profits end up recycled into BTC and Eth (recommended):
Bitcoin viewed in terms of land (recommended):
BTC's energy value:
DeFi continues to grow rapidly:
A step by step Twitter scam:
In time they (central banks) will all walk this path:
In defense of ideas freely disseminated (non-crypto specific):
Beware greed...(highly recommended):
Bitcoin occupies a space of its own:
A concise introduction to Bitcoin (highly recommended for those new to the space):
On 'the hack':
Nic Carter on the Twitter hack (recommended):
A great outline of how to get off zero when it comes to coding non-crypto specific but highly recommended):
Is continued dollar supremacy a given?
Debt, debt, and a dash more debt:
An hour well spent in the company of some of Bitcoin's most eloquent commentators (highly recommended):
Explaining the intersection of Bitcoin and Austrian economics (highly recommended):
Hodling Bitcoin requires an awareness of risk (recommended):
Broader market investors view of Bitcoin (recommended):
Entertaining but true:
Why no movement for Eth? (recommended):
Colin tours the crypto landscape and debunks the 'state' of the economy along the way(recommended):
An overview of the 'potential of VeChain:
Modern Monetary Theory explored (recommended):
Exploring FED stability:
Yep, ATH boys and girls:
You know it, I know it, how long until 'they' know it:
There's truth here:
An article resource re DeFi - beware not a lot of objectivity here:
A week of woe and wonder - crypto rarely does 'normal'. As always, looking forward to your comments and suggestions.
**Note on Sources:**
*Twitter & Reddit (cryptos current meta-brains) / Medium / Trybe / Hackernoon / Whaleshares / TIMM and so on/ YouTube / various podcasts and whatever else I stumble upon. The aim is a useful weekly aggregator of ideas rather than news. Though I try to keep the sources current – I’ll reference these articles and podcasts etc. as I encounter them – they may have been published just a couple of days ago or in some cases quite a bit earlier.*
Also published on [TIMM](https://mentormarket.io/category/cryptocurrencies/).