HODL That Thought #16: Life lessons from crypto

Posted: 12 August 2018 8:06 pm

This week on HODL That Thought, we talk about the life lessons we’ve learned from crypto. Plus, Starbucks has to set fake crypto news straight, a multi-million dollar game designed to have no winners and a HUGE announcement. All this, plus we welcome back an old friend.

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  • 2:53 – Blockchain takes on fake news
  • 7:02 – Too little too latte
  • 11:03 – The unwinnable crypto game

Some big announcements

  • 15:44 – Our contest winners
  • 16:30 – An even bigger announcement

Are You Broke Yet

  • 19:44 – Liz
  • 21:47 – Adam
  • 22:04 – Graham
  • 23:33 – Marc
  • Decrypted

    • 25:18 – What have we learned?


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