If you could put two flies crawling up a wall on the blockchain, I’m pretty sure crypto day traders would bet on fly futures.
Markets are completely screwed, nobody knows what anything is worth, and the hard problem is keeping everyone in basic food and shelter. Nobody cares about your novelty crypto collectibles.
It’s nearly the end of 2019, and the Wall Street Journal is still running puff-pieces on stupid blockchain tricks.
Come see me on the Intelligence Squared panel in London on Thursday afternoon — free!
And I’m doing another Intelligence Squared on Thursday 5 December — and this one’s free!
If you’re going to do crimes, don’t do them on a permanent immutable public ledger of all transactions.
Advocates of failed technologies grasp at the Gartner Hype Cycle because it tells them their success is inevitable.
Watch me debate Bitcoin as a reserve currency tomorrow!
One piece of cryptocurrency transparency I’d really like to see from UNICEF — a full conflict-of-interest accounting of the crypto hodlings of everyone there promoting “blockchain.”
Crypto in general is a complicated machine to funnel decreasing supplies of actual-money from retail suckers to about twenty guys.