Episode 57 — Ukraine and Russia and What it Means for Cryptocurrencies — Crypto Critics’ Corner

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Ukraine and Russia and What it Means for Cryptocurrency Crypto Critics' Corner

Today Bennett and Cas talk about the ongoing invasion of Ukraine by Russian forces (as dictated by Vladimir Putin). We discuss the need for being cautious when donating to newly created charities, to not FOMO into giving, and the deep effects that sanctions against Russia may have within the space. If you'd like to donate to a humanitarian relief effort that will support Ukraine, here are three (feel free to research further and/or donate elsewhere!): Doctors Without Borders: https://donate.doctorswithoutborders.org/ Save the Children: https://support.savethechildren.org/site/Donation2?df_id=1620&1620.donation=form1 Committee to Protect Journalists: https://cpj.org/ This episode was recorded on Thursday, March 3rd, 2022

Cas Piancey and Bennett Tomlin discuss the Russian invasion of Ukraine and what it means for cryptocurrencies, and whether cryptocurrencies are effective to avoid sanctions.

If you’d like to donate to a humanitarian relief effort that will support Ukraine, here are three (feel free to research further and/or donate elsewhere!):

Doctors Without Borders: https://donate.doctorswithoutborders.org/

Save the Children: https://support.savethechildren.org/site/Donation2?df_id=1620&1620.donation=form1

Committee to Protect Journalists: https://cpj.org/

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