Issue 39 – Partners in crime (of the criminal sort)
Sam Bankman-Fried's jail conditions offer a glimpse at systemic failure
Issue 38 – The Wallet Event
Issue 37 – Things Sam is freaking out about
Issue 36 – Sam Bankman-Jailed
Issue 35 – Pondering my orb
Worldcoin: a solution in search of its problem
Issue 34 – The issue is you got hacked by North Korea
Issue 33 – Can I cross border with crypto?
XRP: Schrödinger's security
Issue 32 – I write to inform you the games are over.
Issue 31 – FTX spaghetti
Issue 30 – Sturdy Finance isn't, Atlantis Loans sinks
“But the SEC let us go public” and other flawed arguments in Coinbase's defense
Issue 29 – SEC showdown
SEC v. Binance: "A web of deception"
Issue 28 – Force majeure
Issue 27 – Buzzword bingo
Narrative over numbers: Andreessen Horowitz's State of Crypto report
Issue 26 – Fully prepared to litigate
Issue 25 – Taking time to be with my remaining apes
Issue 24 – We sometimes find $50m of assets lying around that we lost track of; such is life.
Feedly launches strikebreaking as a service
Issue 23 – Here for crime
No, Bitcoin isn't pumping because it's a "safe haven" from banks
Issue 22 – Conferences and collapses
Pay what you want
The venture capitalist's dilemma
Issue 21 – Other-than-temporary impairments could make banks less than well-capitalized
The Oasis "counter-hack" and the centralization of defi
I asked Popehat: Why isn't SBF in jail?
Issue 20 – These things happen
Issue 19 – Down with the crypto banks
Sam Bankman-Fried is not a child
The Celsius examiner's report: a picture of fraud and incompetence
Issue 18 – Chief Ponzi Officer
The FTX subpoenas
Grayscale Bitcoin Trust: the free money machine that went into reverse
Issue 17 – Posting through it
Issue 16 – Bahamian brouhaha
In 2022, web3 went just great