Covering the most important crypto stories and exploring what they really mean.
First it happened to Big Tech, now it’s happening to crypto.
If you live in the UK, you’ll know that our government’s “omnishambles” has vastly overshadowed anything going on in crypto this week. And as we know all too well, events in the real world can have a big impact on the world of crypto. If you didn’t
Hello and welcome to my honeymoon. If you’re a regular reader, you’ll probably know that the last few weeks – let’s be honest, months – of my life have been a little hectic. I’ve been to two weddings, done a week-long roadtrip around Bulgaria and then got married
After a quiet summer, crypto is really kicking into gear this autumn. This week alone (sorry in advance for all the acronyms): * The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has claimed ownership over the entire Ethereum network. * The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has sued a Decentralised Autonomous Organisation
Today, I’m writing to you from departure gate three in Sofia airport. It’s been a hectic week, and I’ve managed to miss most of the merge memes and hype, and also all of the royal memes and hype. Although I did hear something about Prince King Charles
The biggest story this week has to be the Tornado Cash sanctions. Not really the sanctions themselves, but the revenge people took. Tornado Cash is a coin mixer. You can use it to make your crypto transactions harder to trace. Why would you want your crypto transactions to be harder
Honestly, there’s not a lot going on in crypto this week… or last week… or the week before. Like I wrote in last week’s article, we’re in a real liminal state right now. And a lot of the crypto forums, message boards, telegrams, discords, etc. that I
Do you know what liminality is? I certainly didn’t, when I first heard someone say it on a podcast a couple of years ago. It basically means being in-between two stages, phases, eras. Here’s how Chip Conley put it that podcast. Liminal is sort of right there and