gm. Mauricio Magaldi and Cuy Sheffield are back this week to talk about the latest and greatest news in the world of crypto, including:
Hackers drain £5m from 8,000 wallets linked to Solana crypto network and Nomad crypto bridge loses $200 million in ‘chaotic’ hack – 1:25
US Senators push bill to make small crypto transactions tax-free – 13:20
Revolut partners with Polkadot and launches “Learn to Earn” feature – 25:05
Sales from the crypto: Muse NFT album to become first new chart-eligible format in seven years – 36:01
Dubai crown prince to lead new committee on metaverse, digital economy – 45:50
Brazil’s Nubank amasses 1 million crypto customers in less than a month – 47:00
We are also joined by some amazing guests:
Paulina Jóśków, Head of Partnerships at Ramp
Emily Nicolle, Crypto Blogger at Bloomberg News
The Tweet of the Week comes from Tiffany&Co, @TiffanyAndCo.
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Special Guests: Emily Nicolle and Paulina Jóśków.
Hacking attack drains £5m from 8,000 wallets linked to Solana crypto networkNomad crypto bridge loses $200 million in ‘chaotic’ hackUS Senators Push Bill to Make Small Crypto Transactions Tax-FreeRevolut Partners with Polkadot and Launches “Learn to Earn” FeatureSales from the crypto: Muse NFT album to become first new chart-eligible format in seven yearsDubai crown prince to lead new committee on metaverse, digital economyBrazil’s Nubank amasses 1 million crypto customers in less than a month,