The Chief Executive Officer of Coinbase, Brian Armstrong, has heard allegations that the Securities and Exchange Commission may attack proof-of-stake services. Funny enough, this could turn out wonderful for the crypto space!Read Post
Oh, the embarrassment. Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried and FTX Digital Markets Co-CEO Ryan Salame crawl back to every politician they donated to, asking for their stolen money back...Read Post
OpenAI had just beefed up the toolbelt of every developer. The question on everybody's mind is, how can we use AI to improve upon "X"? In this post, we cover some interesting ideas on how the entire crypto space could be improved by leveraging AI capabilities.Read Post
The debt ceiling, a frequent ritual in the world of government finance, has become a never-ending cycle of raise and repeat. As the government approaches its borrowing limit yet again, it's time to take a step back and ask a fundamental question - why do we have to raise the debt ceiling constantly? The answer, as it turns out, is a mix of absurdity and paradox. In this post, we examine the history of the debt ceiling and the reasons behind its constant increase. From political posturing to lack of fiscal discipline, we explore the root causes of this bizarre and unsustainable situation.Read Post
A bill to make Bitcoin legal tender has been submitted a second time for Arizona. If approved, the legal precedent could have federal implications in the United States for both transactions AND capital gains treatment for the digital asset.Read Post
The internet as we know it, i.e. Web 2.0, has enabled a continuous stream of virtue signaling. People showing they can talk the talk without proving they also walk the walk. What if Web 3.0 fixed that through Proof of Virtue?Read Post
If there is one thing both crypto bulls and bears can agree on, it's that the crypto markets are Volatile! Every day up and down, down and up the prices go. You need a double dose of Dramamine just to study the charts let alone take a trading position. Volatility may seem bad, but if you're looking to trade, volatility really means opportunity.Read Post
Bitcoin must be training for the Olympics because it is running away from exchanges at a clip that rivals Usain Bolt. The mass collapse of CeFi (Centralized Finance) in 2022 has finally opened people's eyes to arguably the most crucial feature of Bitcoin, self-custody. Over the past year, Bitcoin exchange supply has declined from 11.85% to 6.65%, indicating a surge in prioritizing cold storage over convenience.Read Post
Bitcoin is deflationary, which enforces a "Low Time Preference" methodology. Low time preference refers to prioritizing long-term goals and being willing to delay immediate gratification to achieve those goals. Individuals with low time preferences are often more disciplined and patient, and they are more likely to make decisions that are in their long-term best interests.Read Post
In a time where we face a constant flow of distractions, it is imperative to understand how to quickly filter out what gives us meaning and what is just noise. Time is finite. Time is precious. Time will slip through your fingers if you let it. Treat time like the most precious resource by understanding your own personal Life of 5.Read Post
FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) is real, and before you find yourself liquidating your 401k to invest in the next Koala Coin (it's not a thing yet but give it time...), you should comb through the project with a fine tooth comb.
Here are 10 things to assess with every crypto project before you hand over a dime!Read Post
Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF) appears to be already breaking the rules of his bond release. Shocker!
He was not allowed to make any transactions worth more than $1,000 without permission, according to his bail terms but has allegedly gone on a liquidation spree draining over $600k in funds.
If found to be true, SBF's parents could have their house forfeited.Read Post