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Dear Crypto Natives,
Last week we gained the power to stream magical internet money without a bank and learned about the battle between human vs. machine on Ethereum. I don’t care what the the popular narratives says—this crypto thing is designed to go mainstream. This video from Argent sums it up perfectly:
Seriously. Sometimes I feel like I’m taking crazy pills. But every time I reassess and ask myself if this stuff is going to change the world the answer comes back: yes.
My confidence doesn’t come from popular narratives. It comes from actually using crypto to go bankless. I’m glad you’re here doing the same.
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Enjoy the recap! And see you Dec 30th for the next Market Monday!
Recap for the week of December 15th, 2019
- (Monday) Crypto is for mainstream - capture
- (Tuesday) How to stream magic internet money - implement
- (Thursday) The Two Faces of Ethereum 🔥 - calibrate
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