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The BIS leaps onto the CBDC bandwagon as it manifests its ultimate settler destiny.
And recuperating . . .
The addictions and the contradictions that lie at the heart of the circus that is the World Economic Forum.
Fed hawkishness; Nigeria’s Twitter ban; the original Pride banner; and much more . . .
Coronavirus has made many forget a country that’s slipping further into crisis.
Michael Saylor’s bitcoin barge keeps on growing.
For r/WallStreetBets, inspiration was found in ageing pink pixels.
The NYer’s union; debt jubilees; drum’n’bass and much more . . .
If Schäuble really wants to follow Keynes’ advice, Germany should borrow more and focus less on others’ spending habits.
Put it in the context of economic history, and crypto is little more than another expression of capitalism’s inherent monetary schizophrenia.
Used autos are still going mad.
It’s all about USD.
The appearance of goodness; QAnon and the American church; Ronaldo’s Coca Cola snub; and more.
Third jabs; Shipping chaos; An Australian deal
GB News; Global Britain; American academia; Pittsburgh companies; and more..
Vaccine diplomacy; ice cream inflation; old Musk; and much more
Bill Gates’ carrots; the sad end of Jack Ma Inc; the prostitution of Cornwall; the beast of inflation; and more.
Cruising again; gain-of-function; police stings
Job openings hit record high in the US.
Michael Saylor sails away on his bitcoin boat of dreams.
At “Bitcoin 2021” in Miami, the cryptosphere was on display in all its sober, enlightened, radical and diverse splendour.
Boris; crypto pivot; drug abuse and much more . . .
Welcoming lab leaks; Block on Solutions 30; Sweden; and much more.
“This Treasury needs to create a safe space for cryptocurrency development.”
Mushrooms; meritocracy; stimmys; “race-norming”; and much more.
The saga keeps on going, and even value ETF investors are involved.
Lab leaks; crypto-cars; fake farms; a bloated blogger; big business; and more.
Several alternatives are vying to replace the doomed benchmark. And it’s complicating the transition.
With short supply, double the number of first-time buyers, and some people HODLing, prices could rise. Get your tiny violins out.
Quantum encryption; Energy weapons; Water shortages
The company’s new “fact-checking” service throws financial journalism into existential crisis.
The activist retail phenomenon has proven it’s here to stay.
Officials at the state and federal level are writing fallbacks for some of the thorniest Libor-linked contracts into law. They might be inadequate.
Chamath dismantled; lab origins; the Boring Tunnel and much more . . .
Wuhan lab; Cummings; Cathie Wood; and much more . . .
The art of wooing the Wall-Street Bets crowd.