Bitcoin Valuation: Methods and Frameworks
- A basic knowledge of bitcoin
- An interest in what drives bitcoin's value
Invictus Capital is a cryptocurrency fund manager and has pioneered products such as Crypto20, Hyperion and Crypto10.
The analyst team at Invictus Capital researched and developed this course using the deep technical and financial insights gained from having vetted over 600+ blockchain projects to date.
This course is designed for people who are specifically interested in Bitcoin. You could be a trader, a miner, an enthusiast or just someone who is looking to expand their knowledge of the most famous cryptocurrency.
In this course you will look at the most popular methods that are currently being used to value the Bitcoin network and how you can implement these methods.
In this course we will analyze methods you can use to:
- Track bitcoin ATM and merchant adoption
- Measure Bitcoin's security
- Measure network throughput (NVT ratio)
- Track social sentiment (Social trends)
- Understand HODL behaviour (UTXO analysis)
Who this course is for:
- Bitcoin enthusiasts
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Nick is an experienced financial services professional with a background in financial engineering and FinTech. Nick’s skills and expertise include financial instrument valuation, financial modelling, and start-up valuation. Nick is a chartered accountant and a Chartered Financial Analyst. He holds a Masters in Finance from the University of the Witwatersrand.
Daniel is a serial entrepreneur & business executive with substantial practical experience in the start-up, technology & finance sectors. He has a strong background in developing products, business strategy and raising venture capital. Daniel’s achievements include: building the first tokenized crypto index fund (CRYPTO20), co-founding DataProphet (an advanced manufacturing AI business with clients like BMW and Mercedes-Benz) and founding the world’s first licensed Bitcoin sportsbook.
Daniel holds an honours degree in chemical engineering through the University of Cape Town.