Blockhead

noun block·head \ ˈbläk-ˌhed \

1. a vintage insult used by a member of an older generation to refer to a perceived unintelligent person of a younger generation (c. 1549 - 2008).

2. a futurist who is consumed by blockchain technology, cryptoassets, distributed networks, and the development of underlying web3 protocols (c. 2008 - present).

An international digital asset hedge fund investing in the infrastructure and network layers of the distributed web, with a focus on staking, validating, and masternodes.

PHILOSOPHY

Web 2.0 is being replaced by a new trustless network known as Web3, built upon the foundation of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies.

 

Web3 leverages the characteristics of blockchain to allow the development of decentralized applications, which remove the traditional ‘trusted’ third-parties from transactions. In such a system, the users collectively support and maintain the network along with each application in a peer-to-peer, horizontally scaled manner - returning power, security, and privacy back to users.

 

Web3 is poised to be the connective digital tissue of the internet of things, big data, artificial intelligence, business automation, and distributed governance.

RECENT RESEARCH

Blockchain technology is disrupting business, banking, economics, and governance on a global scale, presenting a tremendous opportunity.

Blockhead Capital actively invests in this paradigm shift to provide outsized risk adjusted returns to innovative investors.

Blockchain technology replaces the need for trust in transactions between two or more parties.

 

These trustless transactions allow for transparency, security, and efficiency without third party intervention - as well as reduce transactional costs and eliminate fraud.

Blockchain technology replaces the need for trust in transactions between two or more parties.

 

These trustless transactions allow for transparency, security, and efficiency without third party intervention - as well as reduce transactional costs and eliminate fraud.