Those of you who have followed my writing for any length of time know that I tend to be very long-winded sometimes. Although I do like writing longer, more in depth articles, I wanted to change things up a little bit and create some shorter, more concise videos. As I was thinking about this, I decided to create a new crypto series called "Crypto Whiteboard 101." Crypto Whiteboard 101 is a series in which I answer basic/beginner level cryptocurrency questions in less than two minutes.
The goal is to focus on providing short, yet meaningful answers to the questions that people have about crypto without getting bogged down with too may details. The logical place to start a cryptocurrency series is by answering the basic question of "What is a cryptocurrency?"
I'd like to get some community feedback, and any suggestions (even improvements) would be appreciated. What are the most pressing crypto questions that beginners want answered? Do you all think the simplistic graphics and slow pace are a better way to reach out to newbies? Is the two minute time frame reasonable to hold a viewers attention yet provide sufficient info? Any feedback, including criticism, is welcome.