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From a website with the tagline: “understanding money”.
Companies like H&M don’t need to invest in “sustainable” start-ups. They need to stop selling cheap, throwaway clothes.
The Salt Lake Tribune’s new status as a public charity is significant, but it’s no panacea for the struggling local paper and new challenges will come with it.
Bon Appetit’s cinematic universe; liberalism according to the Economist; undemocratic philanthropy; bridges to nowhere; and more.
If that seems obvious to you, you are clearly not a bitcoiner.
*Bitcoin bro is a term used by Alphaville and the wider internet, but which not all bitcoin bros self-identify as (including the one in question in this post).
Video game addiction; the anxiety of influencing; Gawker 2.0; a quid pro quo; and more.
For those who are fierce, fearless and, um, freedom.
Decision to strike a partnership with LVMH was tough but vital
And is not actually, in any meaningful way, blockchain-based.
“Why did the fiancial [sic] times let her write for them? She seems hopeless with money”.
Your iPhone can turn you into a criminal, it turns out.
When my phone died I couldn’t prove that I had bought a bus ticket with Apple Pay
Class action lawsuit filed against Tether and Bitfinex by the same lawyers who sued Craig Wright.
All served up with a sprinkling of magical blockchain dust, naturally.
The cost of electricity on the semi-feudal island in the British Channel has hit the highest known of price on earth. And it’s nothing to do with Brexit.
But they can come up with excellent green-flavoured marketing strategies.
ICE introduces deliverable futures, and crypto crashes.
The Contra Krugman Cruise; the dawn of the unicorns; ponzi schemes; chemical bombs; and more.
Too many projects started with the technology rather than the solution
David Marcus says Libra is an “instrument of development” that will (somewhat paradoxically) allow Western nations to preserve their influence.
“Every stock, bond, currency, and commodity will be digitised” - Anthony Pompliano, predicting the future in 2019.
“Open source is going to outer space!”
Dizzyingly tiny numbers, late-night parties, cold-war secrets: Jemima Kelly attends the International Seminars on Planetary Emergencies
“BoJo has helped Bitcoin rediscover its mojo.”