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December 10, 2022 β€’ 13 mins

Crypto and blockchain, while similar in many ways is not the same as the Internet.

Crypto and blockchain represents different progress, fundamental change. 

And that scares people.

This and more in this week's recap of news.

Week 49, Year 2022, Episode 39.


(00:00:00) Introduction

(00:00:03) Show introduction

(00:00:46) Welcome

(00:01:13) Disclosures

(00:01:21) Thoughts for the week

(00:03:12) US FTC crack down on crypto ads

(00:03:23) CoinDesk editorial power

(00:03:50) SBF agrees to testify

(00:03:56) Goldman Sachs ready to swoop up some crypto businesses

(00:04:41) SBF and Luna/Terra

(00:05:07) Banks and crypto

(00:05:23) Judge tosses out Kim K lawsuit

(00:05:41) Mr. Wonderful and FTX

(00:05:49) FTC sues Microsoft for Blizzard deal

(00:06:09) NFT volume down in November?

(00:06:15) ConsenSys

(00:06:23) Masterclass for crypto

(00:06:36) FTX Japan to restart withdrawals

(00:06:42) Shibuya web3 project

(00:07:09) Apple end to end encryption

(00:08:43) Binance generates 90 percent from fees

(00:09:22) OpenSea and NFT royalties

(00:10:12) Music and NFTs

(00:10:19) Magic Eden tensions

(00:11:35) Warner Music group working with Polygon tech

(00:11:47) Celsius to return 50 mil

(00:11:55) Former IRS agents working at Binance

(00:12:10) Uniswap conundrum

(00:12:48) In closing


Link to all news sources referenced during show, 



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🎡 Original music provided by Jordan Halpern Schwartz and Jeff Kleinman of @goodsoupmusic 

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