Finally, it seems some good may be coming out of this NFT hysteria.
What has been, up until now, nothing but kids trading baseball cards for fun online quickly became not just highly profitable but also potentially beneficial for the outside world.
In at least one case a cute little three year old gorilla is being auctioned off as we speak on OpenSea. Supposedly 100% of the initial “adoption fee” goes to the organization that put the little guy up for sale, in this case the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund. Then for every subsequent sale 10% goes to WildTomorrowFund.org. …
Perhaps more than anyone else, former Secretary of Labor and Obama advisor, Robert Reich is perfectly qualified to diagnose and explain why 50% plus of the country has had no choice but to turn to so-called radical candidates like Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump.
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In 2020 a decentralized currency is more important than ever. This guide aims to help everyone from beginners getting their feet wet to veteran developers looking to get started with programmable money.
We have almost made it to the end of 2020 and so in celebration we give you the best books of the year. We’ve put together an eclectic list of the best fiction and non-fiction audiobooks that will have something for everyone.
Good books are an antidote for so much in life such as feelings of being alone, bigotry, or being stuck in one place. We may be doomed to share this planet with selfish psychopaths while forced to live in our own heads, books can deliver us a little relief. Non-fiction offers a reminder of the past we’ve come…
Direct Download (DDL) sites are my current favorite source for downloading songs, apps, movies, books and games free of charge.
DDL sites provide the easiest and potentially most secure access to paywalled content on the internet. Because corporations frown upon pirated material on the internet many governments have prohibited even legitimate use of torrents and Usenet services. However, all that material and much more may be found on DDL sites and can be safer and easier to use than torrents.
I’ve spent decades on-line, was an early Napster and Usenet addict and ever since have been continuously scouring the web…
The Inside Story of Our Turbulent Relationship with Modern Finance
In terms of ability to hold my interest and breadth of coverage this was one of the all-time best books about modern finance I’ve ever finished. How Money Became Dangerous is an incredible inside story about how the modern American financial system became as inequitable, disjointed and completely unsustainable as it is.
America is a Slave State and Dark Money is another great book about the dozen or so richest men in the world that control nearly all the money and most aspects of our lives. Organizations like the Heritage Foundation the Cato Institute and Fox News are essentially all combinations of tax havens and lobby groups for rich people that have somehow been successful in masquerading as conservatives.
If you wanted to know everything there is to know about Human Beings, you might imagine it would take multiple lifetimes of diligent study and a dedicated research team helping you, not to mention the mind of a genius. But all you would really need is this book, Sapiens by Yuval Harari. The author, tops himself again and again in every chapter as he masterfully weaves us though the age of Man, starting with the earliest periods when dozens of different Human-like animals reluctantly shared the Earth.
More than anything, I love how he narrates human sentiment through the ages…