The review is nine thousand words. But it’s considerably more coherent than the book, because I had an editor.
Ethereum makes more sense if you first assume it never mattered if the fancy promises ever worked out.
“EBSA expects to conduct an investigative program aimed at plans that offer participant investments in cryptocurrencies and related products.”
This is the cyberpunk future we deserved — the first NFT rugpull by a nation-state.
“Please, God, I don’t ask for much from You. But give me this. A video of a sad cryptobro, trying to get a beat cop to make a police report about his stolen ape jpeg.”
I did a talk for William Quinn’s final year fintech class at Queen’s University Belfast. 1 hour talk, 1 hour questions.
“Does Anyone else working in a crypto company feel this is all a scam?”
Admittedly, NFTs are not as bad as that time the WWF ended up funding mercenaries to rape, torture and kill suspected poachers. Whoops!
Eschew manlet economics.
Bitcoin fans are gullible. Talk to them about the future of money, throw in a few buzz words and they believe any garbage.