Speed, Precision, and Efficiency

Somewhere along the way, speed became THE thing. Things need to get done. They need to get done FAST! Then they need to get done FASTER! Then maybe even FASTER than that!FAST! FAST! FAST!Why?I guess part of it comes from the start-up company fear of running out…

Where are the Crypto User Stories?

Crypto needs more real users. Adoption and usability are key to realizing decentralization's full potential.A perspective shift is needed to build crypto products real users will use. Most projects build from the ground up. This isn't surprising since most projects are started by developers.It's necessary to shift this…

Helping You Find Crypto PM Work

I’ve started talking to crypto projects about the the Chainflow Crypto PM Connect & Kick-Start Program. Projects are becoming interested in the program. I expect a couple to sign-up soon, then more after that.This means I’ll be looking for PMs to fill these roles. The good news…

Chainflow Validator AMA Notes - 11 June 2019

Thanks to everyone who attended my first validator AMA. Most of the questions this time focused on how to become a validator. Here are the notes as transcribed by James Moreau.My hope is this becomes one of a series of AMA's. Contact me here and I'll let know when…

Notes on an Epic PM Treatise

My colleague at ENS, Nick Johnson, Tweeted this PM-related post to me.@cjremus would love to hear your thoughts on this! https://t.co/6YkK4Qqq7N— Nick Johnson (📛 arachnid.eth) (@nicksdjohnson) June 1, 2019 I started reviewing the full post, only to realize it would take more time than I…

PM'ing Ain't Easy

PM’ing ain’t easy.Much of the work we do happens behind the scenes. How well we do it is often reflected in what doesn’t happen, as much as what does happen.This past week's Cosmos network upgrade reminded me of this. Jack Zampolin skillfully led the Cosmos…

Criteria for Choosing Networks to Validate On

Selecting a network to validate on is a form of investment analysis. As validators, we're investing time, attention and capital into supporting the networks we choose to validate on. Smaller validators have less margin for error in this analysis, because our resources are more limited than larger, well capitalized staking…