How did FTX grow from a tiny Hong Kong bucket shop into a top three Crypto exchange over the course of just a few years? What was Alameda research and were they ever legitimate? Most importantly, how exactly does an exchange lose track of up to $10 billion worth of customer deposits?
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Top 5 podcasts for the week of November 20, 2022 – also Bombthrower.TV has launched.
FTT didn’t have a deep and robust market and the main thing that FTT was used for was pledging as collateral by FTX and Alameda. Just to top it off, some of this FTT was likely pledged to multiple lenders.
For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places.
All assets on any centralized exchanges should be removed and this post walks you through how to safely self-custody your Bitcoin and crypto today, even if you can’t get a proper hardware wallet until later.
Here are my Top Five podcasts over the last week: #1) Guns, Gold & Goats: Tom Luongo with Alastair Crooke Podcast Episode #120 – Alastair Crooke and the Dysfunctionality of Nations #2) Max and Stacy Orange Pill Show: Beggar Thy Debt Jubilee It’s a few weeks old but a good examination of debt imbalances and
Nothing changes but the names. The problem with man is money and the problem with money is man. Panic is the way of maintaining power.
Here are the Top Five podcasts over the last week: #1) Saifedean Ammous with Alex Epstein on The Bitcoin Standard Podcast #2) Joe Allen on The Hrvoje Morić Show My man Hrvoje has been banned from Youtube and Patreon for some time, so listen here. #3) What Bitcoin Did: The Financial Singularity with
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