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Robot slaves will have to compete with cheap human labour, not the other way around.
The ultimate sentiment check is a wheezing Spanish guy revelling in your eviscerated PnL.
Picasso NFTs; Joe Rogan; ill-timed parties; coup culture; cancel culture; and much more.
Powell is unlikely to surprise watchers today, but tightening could come at a sharper-than-expected tick later this year.
Readers’ thoughts welcome.
Why NFTs may soon have to compete with cash flow-generating content hosted on more conventional platforms.
The halvening, but probably ultimately even better for bitcoin.
Matt Moulding takes to the cryotherapy chamber. Shares continue to fall.
2021 was a stellar year in the crypto galaxy. Now the fiat empire is striking back.
What’s a $45,000 credit card bill between suitors?
Matt Moulding’s empire warns on margins.
And, by the looks of it, little else.
Mob bosses of tech; NFTs; Putin
De La Rue; N26; Qatar 2022 and much more . . .
The Fed; witch hunts; Robinhood and much more . . .
Georgian crypto; pandemic fatigue; Pornhub
Tory! Tory! Tory; the cost of living; ambiguity; vaccine aristocrats; and more.
Davos talk; Ukraine developments; Repo.
HS2; Bitcoin; Be My Baby and much more . . .
Davos Deville; China and Ukraine; free lunch; sad dad bands; and more.
Cease and decease!
Germany’s reliance on its manufacturing prowess has left it acutely vulnerable to supply chain woes.
What’s a $425m convert between friends eh?
Mo Salah; Web3; fake business cycles; Gettr; vaccine aristocrats; and much more.
With costs like these, the chances of the billionaire’s plans for life on Mars happening are a million to one.
Josh Wolfe; Battle Fatigue; Ben Smith
Covid origins; Scientific paralysis; Future of food
First advertising, and then credit.
The possibility of higher rates and a smaller balance sheet presages a rocky year for markets.
Last year, the Fed raced for inflation. This year, it will race against inflation. The question now is how sharp the bend will be.
Vaxxed and done; Web3; kicking winners and much more . . .
. . . even after a near 50 per cent drawdown.
Web3 and disappearing NFTs; Tesla’s upper hand; and more . . .
A land where crypto bros can roam free and women can get to hear crypto in-jokes and work as receptionists that is definitely going to come to fruition.
New dawns; old tricks; and much more . . .
It’s all about sentiment.
Kazakh uprisings; Djokovic detention; Britain’s future