Nathaniel

Whittemore

Nathaniel Whittemore

NLW is an independent strategy and communications consultant for leading crypto companies as well as host of The Breakdown – the fastest-growing podcast in crypto. Whittemore has been a VC with Learn Capital, was on the founding team of Change.org, and founded a program design center at his alma mater Northwestern University that helped inspire the largest donation in the school’s history.

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What Happened to the Luna Foundation Guard’s Bitcoin Billions?

The community is getting louder about wanting answers to this lingering question.

The community is getting louder about wanting answers to this lingering question.

How Should Washington Regulate Stablecoins?

Plus a 101 comparison of custodial vs. decentralized stablecoins.

Plus a 101 comparison of custodial vs. decentralized stablecoins.

Weimar Luna and the Maginot-Saylor Line

Recapping a wild week in crypto.

Recapping a wild week in crypto.

Jeremy Allaire on the Regulatory Fallout After Terra

The CEO of Circle discusses where this leaves the stablecoin conversation in Washington, D.C.

The CEO of Circle discusses where this leaves the stablecoin conversation in Washington, D.C.

Inflation Plateaus, but Now Markets Fear Recession

Inflation came in at 8.3% year over year.

Inflation came in at 8.3% year over year.

Après Terra, le Déluge

The asset, LUNA, once trading over $119, falls to under $1.

The asset, LUNA, once trading over $119, falls to under $1.

Meltdown Monday and the Great De-Pegging

Stocks nuked. Commodities nuked. A stablecoin really, really nuked.

Stocks nuked. Commodities nuked. A stablecoin really, really nuked.

The IMF and California Chart Different Courses on Crypto

Between them, they show the range of policymaker and institutional engagement in the space.

Between them, they show the range of policymaker and institutional engagement in the space.

The Importance of Politically Neutral Money

The problem with the current payment system.

The problem with the current payment system.