The review is nine thousand words. But it’s considerably more coherent than the book, because I had an editor.
“So the truth is, I didn’t know all that much about Gerry or his business.” Well, so much for the one reason we’re reading this.
If you’re Reggie Kray, you can take notes on a criminal conspiracy.
Phew, what a scorcher! Why not sit back with a book or ten on the most fascinating subject in the world: financial shenanigans.
Decentralisation was always a phantom. Every process in Bitcoin tends to centralisation. Plus: a history of Bitcoin Cash.
Dr. Tingle has spoken — and in a good and proper world, that should just about wrap it up for NFTs.
I’ve been working on the blurb for the book. Ideas welcomed. Yes, it’s now called “Libra Shrugged.”
One for crypto fans, but surprisingly good for a Kindle Unlimited quickie.
Burniske and Tatar published this book in the throes of a manic asset bubble, explicitly encouraging naive retail investors — retirees — to throw their savings into the bubble. Let’s see how it’s aged.
A fully-worked example of Silicon Valley tunnel vision, where bitcoiners’ dreams of the grim meathook post-apocalyptic Mad Max petrolpunk future have come true.