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This episode is sponsored by Roofstock onChainThe crypto world has been a little different every week after the fallout with FTX and the image of Sam Bankman-Fried versus the reality of what was actually happening has created distrust in the crypto industry.  So where do we begin to ask the right questions to balance the need for security with privacy in the future? On this episode of “Money Reimagined,” hosts Michael Casey and Sheila Warren speak with Juan Zarate, senior adviser for Transnational Threats Project and Human Rights Initiative at CSIS, the Center for Strategic and International Studies; to discuss how crypto companies can better prepare themselves for financial risks and what is a “rogue state.”  -This episode was produced and edited by Michele Musso with announcements by Adam B. Levine and our executive producer, Jared Schwartz. Our theme song is “Shepard.”-Roofstock onChain allows you to instantly transfer ownership of real-world homes using standard NFT smart contracts. Buy and sell homes with one-click, pay with crypto, and access DeFi lending options. Find our web3 homes at onchain.roofstock.com or your favorite NFT marketplace.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
This episode is sponsored by Roofstock onChainThis is a story of how something can appear to be what it is not. It’s a tale of a jarring contrast between the image the world had of Sam Bankman-Fried before FTX’s meltdown pushed the crypto world into a nauseating tailspin and the reality of a wildly mismanaged multibillion-dollar empire with what Bankman-Fried’s appointed successor described as an “unprecedented” failure of accounting, oversight and discipline. Before Ian Allison’s Nov. 2 CoinDesk scoop on FTX sister company Alameda Research’s suspect balance sheet, Bankman-Fried was seen as a philanthropic, well-connected, celebrity-hobnobbing, marketing-savvy leader, a wunderkind who made crypto respectable. Two weeks later, he is viewed as a laughing stock, a suspected criminal, an irresponsible, wildly underqualified, selfish child who has destroyed the livelihoods of tens of thousands. Wow. What a difference two weeks make!In this episode of Money Reimagined, host Michael Casey chats with two CoinDesk colleagues who’ve delved deeply into the SBF story: Deputy Managing Editor for Companies coverage Tracy Wang and Managing Editor for Global Policy and Regulation, Nikhilesh De. Together they dig into how the erstwhile FTX CEO could have misled the world to such a degree. They explore Bankman-Fried’s journey, how it begins with his adherence to the principles of effective altruism, a stated desire to get as rich as possible to do maximum good, and how it all seems to fall apart as FTX gets bigger. They discuss how his philanthropy, political donations, and marketing efforts hid the dark reality underneath and delve into what needs to happen, at the community level and in regulation, to protect people falling from such distortions in the future. See also:  Divisions in Sam Bankman-Fried’s Crypto Empire Blur on His Trading Titan Alameda’s Balance SheetSam Bankman-Fried's Frequent Commenting Draws Icy Response From FTX's Restructuring ChiefFTX Employees Worldwide Learned of Bankruptcy Along With the PublicThe FTX Collapse Looks an Awful Lot Like EnronThe Long Arm of FTXThis episode was produced and edited by Michele Musso with announcements by Adam B. Levine and our executive producer, Jared Schwartz. Our theme song is “Shepard.”-Roofstock onChain allows you to instantly transfer ownership of real-world homes using standard NFT smart contracts. Buy and sell homes with one-click, pay with crypto, and access DeFi lending options. Find our web3 homes at onchain.roofstock.com or your favorite NFT marketplace.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Even before the pandemic, social scientists knew that the infinite social-media scroll and offline social isolation left humans more depressed. At the same time, faith in traditional party politics continues to wane.Kevin Owocki, founder of Gitcoin; Nathan Schneider, an assistant professor of media studies at the University of Colorado Boulder, Ellie Rennie, a professor, and researcher at RMIT University in Australia; and Tanisi Pooran, a partner at The Ready join David Morris, CoinDesk’s chief insights columnist, to discuss how DAOs can help address both challenges by offering a new model for tighter-knit digital communities and better incentive models for public goods.-The panel discussion took place on June 10, the second day of CoinDesk’s Consensus 2022 festival in Austin, Texas. The executive producer for CoinDesk Reports is Jared Schwartz. Nia Freeman edited this episode.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Yuta Takanashi, director for International Digital Strategy and Policy at the Financial Services Agency in Japan, Kristin Smith, executive director at the Blockchain Association, and Rebecca Rettig, general counsel at the Aave Cos., join CoinDesk’s U.S regulatory reporter Cheyenne Ligon to discuss the government role in the regulation of DeFi.They discuss what exactly DeFi is and why it is important for the government to learn about the decentralized system and why people in the DeFi community should speak with policymakers before the government issues any regulations or imposes any rules. They go into detail about how certain events, like the collapse of Terra, have aided in the recent push for regulation and what they expect in the future. -The panel discussion took place on June 10, the second day of CoinDesk’s Consensus 2022 festival in Austin, Texas. The executive producer for CoinDesk Reports is Jared Schwartz. Nia Freeman edited this episode.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
According to Merriam-Webster, “pseudonymity” is the fact or state of being signed with a pseudonym, and a pseudonym is a fictitious name.Tasheme Thomas, also known to some as Default Friend, is an internet historian who talks about the difference between pseudonymity and anonymity She breaks down the history of pseudonymity throughout different time periods, from the start of authors writing books under fake names, to its evolving to people existing in various digital spaces under a false or different identity. She breaks down why people have reverted back to this way of disguising themselves.-The panel discussion took place on June 10, the second day of CoinDesk’s Consensus 2022 festival in Austin, Texas. The executive producer for CoinDesk Reports is Jared Schwartz. Nia Freeman edited this episode.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Sheila Warren, CEO of the Crypto Council of Innovation and co-host of CoinDesk’s “Money Reimagined” podcast discusses her theory of the philanthropic industrial complex. She digs into whether the system of philanthropy as we know it is broken.She gives information about her background in various positions, including blockchain team founder at the World Economic Forum, which helped her notice the ways in which the traditional philanthropic efforts and philanthropic efforts within the crypto spaces are similar. She also points out how crypto efforts are more genuinely human-forward, and how the model can change philanthropy altogether. While she provides detailed ways why crypto is important in the push to change the system, she also gives ways in which the community still has work to do. -The panel discussion took place on June 10, the second day of CoinDesk’s Consensus 2022 festival in Austin, Texas. The executive producer for CoinDesk Reports is Jared Schwartz. Nia Freeman edited this episode.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Sean Farrell, the head of digital asset strategy at Fundstrat; Nicola White, the CEO of B2C2 USA; and Akshi Federici- Kraken, a ventures partner, join Lyllah Ledesma, CoinDesk markets reporter, to discuss who is investing in bitcoin during the dip, from different angles of the industry.They speak about what they are watching to prepare for the slow crypto season, including consolidation, new non-fungible token projects and traditional finance entering the space. They end with their views on the long- and short-term trends for the market.-The panel discussion took place on June 10, the second day of CoinDesk’s Consensus 2022 festival in Austin, Texas. The executive producer for CoinDesk Reports is Jared Schwartz. Nia Freeman edited this episode.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On this final episode, the hosts discuss standout moments in crypto history over the course of the show’s run.Every week, “Opinionated” hosts Ben Schiller, Danny Nelson and Anna Baydakova have taken an in-depth look at the biggest topics in the crypto industry, discussing topics from policy to tech and sharing the latest casual controversy alongside special guests. As the series comes to a close, the hosts recount how crypto has played into the biggest narratives, sometimes in unexpected ways. The hosts interpret the past battles in crypto regulation, failures in governance and proliferation of memes as lessons for what the industry can and should prepare itself for next. But as one podcast ends, another begins: Coming in December to the CoinDesk Podcast Network is “Carpe Consensus,” a fast-paced, entertaining yet always informative podcast bringing the latest thought-provoking discussions, debates and coverage of crypto news to your favorite podcast app. Stay subscribed to this feed and you can listen to “Carpe Consensus” after it launches. Or, head to the CoinDesk Podcast Network for the new podcast and more.-And finally, an ode to “Opinionated”:There once was a boisterous trio,Who grabbed their mics to chat as friends.And a mighty show it was so,Though all good things must end.Oh, “Opinionated” has spent its last breath,The recording light finally dimAs the show has come to a rest.But, alas, this story is far from grimJust you wait, and see what comes next!-The CoinDesk Podcasts team, along with “Opinionated” hosts Ben, Danny and Anna, extend thanks to the listeners for their support of the show. – “Opinionated” Producer Eleanor PahlThis show is produced and edited by Eleanor Pahl with additional production support and announcements by Michele Musso. Our theme song is by Elision.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
George Howard, Distinguished Professor of Music Business/Management at Berklee College of Music, takes the stage to discuss the history of “Pancho and Lefty,” a song by Townes Van Zandt  made famous by Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson.He breaks down what the Song That Owns Itself (STOI) project is and how it is working to help artists get all of the money they are owed.The panel discussion took place on June 10, the second day of CoinDesk’s Consensus 2022 festival in Austin, Texas. The executive producer for CoinDesk Reports is Jared Schwartz. Nia Freeman edited this episode.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Chris Gabriel, host of MemeAnaylasis on YouTube, sits CoinDesk’s Chief Insights Columnist   David Z Morris to discuss the meme economy. They get into a conversation about what the meme economy is and how people are more connected to the space than they know.See also:The Meme EconomyThe panel discussion took place on June 10, the second day of CoinDesk’s Consensus 2022 festival in Austin, Texas. The executive producer for CoinDesk Reports is Jared Schwartz. Nia Freeman edited this episode.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
This episode is sponsored by Near.The Bermuda government has taken an interesting approach to encourage the development of crypto, blockchain, and digital assets within the territory.The insurance sector is one area where Bermuda seems well-positioned to dominate crypto finance and its territory is one of the largest insurance and reinsurance hubs in the world.Does its model set the stage for other countries in the quest for viable insurance?On this episode of “Money Reimagined” host Michael Casey is at the Bermuda Tech Summit in Bermuda and is joined by his co-host  Sheila Warren to speak with Joseph Ziolkowski the CEO of Relm. Relm describes itself as the leading global insurer for companies operating in new and emerging business sectors, such as digital asset/web3, cannabis, and alternative therapeutics. -This episode was produced and edited by Michele Musso with announcements by Adam B. Levine and our executive producer Jared Schwartz. Our theme song is “Shepard.”-NEAR is a simple, revolutionary Web3 platform for decentralized apps, created by developers for developers. More than 700 projects are now building on NEAR’s fast, secure and infinitely scalable protocol, from DeFi apps to play-and-earn games, NFT marketplaces and more. Start your developer journey now by visiting NEAR at near.org. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
“Community tokens are a form of social tokens that are created as a means of incentivizing community and governance,” says Whale Shark.The speakers discuss what community tokens are. They get into the history of the tokens and how social/community tokens are used throughout different industries. They also talk about the difference between community tokens and loyal rewards programs.The panel discussion took place on June 10, the second day of CoinDesk’s Consensus 2022 festival in Austin, Texas. The executive producer for CoinDesk Reports is Jared Schwartz. Nia Freeman edited this episode.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
This episode is sponsored by Near.Now in the bear market, we are approaching the potential for a secure, privacy-preserving Web3. Why is it so important or even possible to have a truly portable identity now more than ever?On this episode of “Money Reimagined” hosts Michael Casey and Sheila Warren speak with Greg Kidd, a serial entrepreneur, investor, and the founder of the Hard Yaka investment group. As an early investor in companies such as Twitter, Square, Ripple, Coinbase, and Twilio, Gregg also started a digital identity company called GlobaliD.-This episode was produced and edited by Michele Musso with announcements by Adam B. Levine and our executive producer Jared Schwartz. Our theme song is “Shepard.”-NEAR is a simple, revolutionary Web3 platform for decentralized apps, created by developers for developers. More than 700 projects are now building on NEAR’s fast, secure and infinitely scalable protocol, from DeFi apps to play-and-earn games, NFT marketplaces and more. Start your developer journey now by visiting NEAR at near.org. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Bradley Miles, CEO of Roll, a platform that uses blockchain to bring social tokens to life, and Rob Collier, CEO of Rally, a platform that allows creators and artists to launch their own digital currencies, sit down with Jess Sloss, instigator of Seed Club, a leading network for DAO builders and operators, to discuss social tokens.They break down what social tokens are, their importance and how people are using this form of currency to make lots of money. The panel discussion took place on June 10, the second day of CoinDesk’s Consensus 2022 festival in Austin, Texas. The executive producer for CoinDesk Reports is Jared Schwartz. Nia Freeman edited this episode.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Insights into the realities of hiring during a bear market.The 2022 bear market has left many of the industry’s workers in the cold of crypto winter as rounds of layoffs are continually announced. Today’s episode explores a recruiter’s perspective of hiring in a bear market.Dani Schlarmann, senior recruiter at Ava Labs, joins “Opinionated” hosts Ben Schiller, Danny Nelson and Anna Baydakova to discuss trends in the recruiting space throughout the market downturn. Plus: Schlarmann tells the hosts some of his experiences of the early days of the industry.This show is produced and edited by Eleanor Pahl with additional production support and announcements by Michele Musso. Our theme song is by Elision.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Kevin Zhou, co-founder of hedge fund Galois Capital, sits down with CoinDesk reporter Sam Kessler to discuss all things Terra. They discuss why the stablecoins and its sister coin collapsed and what Zhou noticed and warned people of before the implosion. The panel discussion took place on June 10, the second day of CoinDesk’s Consensus 2022 festival in Austin, Texas. The executive producer for CoinDesk Reports is Jared Schwartz. Nia Freeman edited this episode.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Jenn Kalidoss, go-to-market and growth lead at SyndicateDAO, a decentralized investing protocol and social network, Alexander Ye, “hokage” at Republic Crypto, a private investing platform, and Jocelyn Cheng, CEO of Luno Expeditions, a global early-stage investor, sit down with CoinDesk senior reporter Tracy Wang, sat down to discuss venture capital in crypto.They talk about how VC investing in Web3 differs from  investing in Web2 and how they are similar. They break down how they decide which companies to invest in and how regulations play into those decisions.The panel discussion took place on June 10, the second day of CoinDesk’s Consensus 2022 festival in Austin, Texas. The executive producer for CoinDesk Reports is Jared Schwartz. Nia Freeman edited this episode.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Todd Kaplan, chief marketing officer of PepsiCo, and Raja Rajamannar, chief marketing officer at Mastercard, sit down with Keith Grossman, president of Time to discuss how brands are re-imagining their views on Web3 growth.They discuss each company's different approach to bringing Web3 experiences to their users in ways that include live non-fungible token (NFT) minting at the Billboard Music Awards.The panel occurred on Friday, June 10, 2022, the second day of CoinDesk’s Consensus 2022 festival in Austin, Texas. The executive producer for CoinDesk Reports is Jared Schwartz and Nia Freeman edited this episode.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
This episode is sponsored by Circle and Near.Over the past year, Michael and Sheila have talked quite a bit on this show about the quickly evolving crypto policy environment. A big theme in all of that has been the intersection – and quite often the clash – between the industry’s breakneck pace of innovation and regulation. As the industry grows, governments around the world are looking to get up to speed, and increasingly their actions have ramifications in the sector. One regulatory body that’s increasingly engaging with the crypto community is the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. The CFTC is an independent U.S. agency that regulates the $200+ Trillion derivatives market including futures contracts, options, and swaps.Since 1974 its mission has been to promote the integrity, resilience, and vibrancy of the U.S. derivatives markets through sound regulation. Now, based on the proposals of some legislative initiatives, it could be poised to take a leading role in the regulation of cryptocurrencies and digital assets in the U.S. – something many in the community are supporting, perhaps in the hope that it will reduce the sway of the seemingly less-friendly Securities and Exchange Commission.To help us understand what all this means, hosts Michael Casey and Sheila Warren speak with former CFTC commissioner Dawn Stump on this 100th episode of “Money Reimagined.”Dawn Stump became a commissioner in 2017 following a presidential appointment and Senate confirmation. As one of five CFTC commissioners, she helped to shape the priorities of the agency while overseeing policy direction and internal planning. In particular, she was instrumental in negotiating the reform of derivatives regulations contained in the Dodd-Frank Act and in efforts to conduct oversight of commodity and financial derivatives under the jurisdiction of the CFTC. This is a must-listen to better understand the crypto policy environment. As Dawn put it, “The impetus for regulation should not be a crisis; the impetus for regulation should be an opportunity.”-This episode was produced and edited by Michele Musso with announcements by Adam B. Levine and our executive producer Jared Schwartz. Our theme song is “Shepard.”-NEAR is a simple, revolutionary Web3 platform for decentralized apps, created by developers for developers. More than 700 projects are now building on NEAR’s fast, secure and infinitely scalable protocol, from DeFi apps to play-and-earn games, NFT marketplaces and more. Start your developer journey now by visiting NEAR at near.org. -See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Austin Hill, a principal at angel investor firm Intentional Ventures, and Salim Ismail, chairman and co-founder of OpenExO, a management consulting ecosystem and marketplace developer, sit down with Liv Boeree, a poker champion, effective altruist and filmmaker to discuss crypto cities.They discuss how these cities are benefiting people everywhere and why they believe we can no longer live in a centralized economy.The panel occurred on Friday, June 10, 2022, the second day of CoinDesk’s Consensus 2022 festival in Austin, Texas. The executive producer for CoinDesk Reports is Jared Schwartz and Nia Freeman edited this episode.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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