Podcast episode
Matt and Nic return for another week of deals and news. In this episode:  - Bitwise is moving into active management - What’s the deal with Uber on the blockchain? - The boys review House of the Dragon - The history of land-based blockchain bets - Fidelity launches no-fee retail trading for tra...

Matt and Nic return for another week of deals and news. In this episode: 
- Bitwise is moving into active management
- What’s the deal with Uber on the blockchain?
- The boys review House of the Dragon
- The history of land-based blockchain bets
- Fidelity launches no-fee retail trading for trading BTC and ETH on their platform
- Matt reminisces on Fidelity’s crypto journey
- Google announces blockchain node engine
- Nic’s 2-year pending transaction on Venmo
- SBF continues to wrangle with CT
- Sam’s debate with Erik Voorhees
- Alameda’s questionable balance sheet is leaked
- Can FTX buy its way into respectability despite the existence of Alameda?
- What’s the deal with the MAPS token?
- Is it far for FTX to start offshore and buy way into the regulated system?
- Elon’s schemes for Twitter
- Coinbase and the Blockchain Association are supporting Ripple in their case against the SEC
- The Tether case is reopened at the SDNY
- Tether rips us off with their own bootleg FUD Dice
- What happens to Chinese Tether holders if Tether has to unwind
- If Tether fails, do funds flow back into BTC?
- The mining sector is deeply distressed
- Why the mining bankruptcies may cause concentration in who controls hashrate
- Circle delays their SPAC
- Coin Metrics releases a taxonomy with Goldman and MSCI
- Protos’ weird hatchet job on Nic’s tungsten cube infatuation
- Did we manipulate the market for tungsten?
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