Amy Castor and I write up Curio Cards, the first Ethereum art NFTs.
Rule 13: If you’re going to insider trade, don’t do it on a permanent public ledger of all transactions.
And the central bank that sent its hacker dick pics.
Part two of the early history of NFTs, from the book I’m writing with Amy Castor, is up now, over on Amy’s blog.
Tell everyone you know in Australia to be watching Nine at 8:30pm on Sunday!
The levels are all over the place, so get ready to adjust the volume on the fly. But our content was excellent, and it’s worth the effort. It runs a bit over an hour.
This is a draft of part one of the history chapter for our planned NFT book. Corrections and nitpicking are most welcomed!
Is this THE END OF CRYPTO?? We should be so lucky.
History always repeats, but only the dumb stuff.
A version of my UST writeup for an audience that will understand that mentioning “2008” is the air-raid sirens going off.