Issue 29 – SEC showdown
The SEC is gearing up for battle with two crypto giants.
SEC v. Binance: "A web of deception"
The SEC describes the company's "blatant disregard of the federal securities laws".
Issue 28 – Force majeure
A $100+ million grift week also featured Grumpy Cat cease-and-desist NFTs, eyeball black markets, and a rumored team arrest.
Issue 27 – Buzzword bingo
We may never get to play a $45 million AI-powered NFT mecha-cockfighting game. Thanks a lot, Gary Gensler.
Narrative over numbers: Andreessen Horowitz's State of Crypto report
Venture capital firm and crypto pusher Andreessen Horowitz wants you to keep buying crypto, and is not above publishing blatant falsehoods to convince…
Issue 26 – Fully prepared to litigate
French celebrities rug pull, Binance backs out, and Hamas gives up on Bitcoin.
Issue 25 – Taking time to be with my remaining apes
Legislators in the US and EU are paying more attention to crypto, and two projects get exploited for the second and third times.
Issue 24 – We sometimes find $50m of assets lying around that we lost track of; such is life.
Chart crimes, math crimes, and crime crimes.
Feedly launches strikebreaking as a service
The company claims to have not considered before launch whether their new protest and strike surveillance tool could be misused.
Issue 23 – Here for crime
SBF gets slapped with a bribery charge, Binance gets sued by the CFTC, and Arbitrum bungles decentralization.
No, Bitcoin isn't pumping because it's a "safe haven" from banks
There are more reasonable explanations for the price increase, and more than a few flaws with the "safe haven" narrative.
Issue 22 – Conferences and collapses
In stark contrast to the prior year's NFT mania, SXSW 2023 showcased a crypto industry made weary by a protracted downturn.
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