Where You Can Find More Writing on Bitcoin Lending

December was a busy month as I was asked to write 2 articles on Bitcoin based lending to be published soon.  They have some similarities but are uniquely different based on the audiences they are supposed to serve.  In the coming weeks you will be able to read more of my work on Bitcoin p2p lending (unique work that hasn't been posted here yet) in the following

Marketplace Lending Revolution Magazine

Yvan de Munck, who worked with Eaglewood Capital (the first firm to securitize a portfolio of peer to peer loans) has created this excellent work in the form of a peer lending/marketplace lending trade magazine for industry insiders, enthusiasts, advocates and fans of the industry. That includes retail investors like us.  Yvan asked me for a long form piece with much detail about the Bitcoin lending marketplace.

The mag is found only in the ITunes store for now and you can find it here

Lend Academy

My friends Peter, Jason and Bo at Lend Academy asked me to write a more broad piece on Bitcoin, taking a 50,000 foot view of the market lending landscape within the Bitcoin universe. There's lots of similarities, yet lots of differences in lending to your peers in Bitcoin as opposed to Dollars or Euro or British pounds so that's a long article and will be a two part post.

Their excellent site is found at www.lendacademy.com

Upcoming EBook to be found right here

Lastly, but by no means leastly, my own ebook on the subject of Bitcon based p2p lending will be coming out here on this blog as well as a white paper on the subject focusing on the state of the market right now.

Stay tuned and please support some of our peer lending blogging and publishing brethren

About the author

Stu Stu Lustman, the author of this post, is a Credit Analyst by trade trying to bring Commercial Credit Analysis techniques to the world of Peer to Peer Lending. Check me out on Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+

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