Sunday Reads – Things I Found Interesting 2021-08-01

This one will be a little bit longer than normal because I was in a wedding last weekend and did not get that week’s post up.

Books I Read

Dolores Clairborne – A fascinating King novel that focuses exclusively on a single woman and the people she did and did not kill as it steps through her life.


Tether execs likely received target letters from the Department of Justice.

Tether was a specific topic of discussion at Yellen’s working group.


In this episode Cas and I were joined by David Z. Morris to discuss what Enron can still teach us.

In this episode Cas and I are joined by Rohan Grey to discuss money transmitters, CBDCs, stablecoins, and the best way to regulate that morass.

In this episode Cas and I are joined by Preston Byrne to discuss stablecoins, DeFi, regulation, and decentralization theater.

In this article I try to assess the currently available evidence that Bitfinex and Tether have committed bank fraud, it also includes an audio version, a new thing I’m trying out so let me know what you think.

In this episode of the Blockchain Debate podcast I discuss whether or not I think algorithmic stablecoins will ever work.

In this episode of The Daily Dive I discuss Bitfinex and Tether and get to specifically talk about the new information about their Department of Justice probe.

In this episode Cas and I discuss a variety of cryptocurrency charity scams and frauds.

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