COVID-19 and the Mass Surveillance Machine, Feat. Maya Zehavi
An exploration of how the COVID-19 crisis is shifting power dynamics between governments, people, and business.
NLW unpacks a meaningful shift as the famously optimistic Warren Buffett struck a more sober note at Berkshire Hathaway’s first virtual annual meeting.
With trillions in money printing, the dollar should be getting weaker. Instead, it’s stronger than ever. What gives? The first of a four-part microseries on the battle for the future of money.
In a world of centralized mobile money solutions, do decentralized, permissionless currencies matter?
An advisor to the Fed through the Great Financial Crisis to 2015 examines the latest in the largest monetary policy experiment in human history.
A massive shortage of dollars is instigating economic chaos, including a more than 50% loss of value in the Lebanese pound and what looks like an enormous local premium for bitcoins. Presented in podcast and full-transcript formats.
With companies closing, unemployment rising and investors spooked in the age of the pandemic, NLW speaks with Swan BTC co-founder Yan Pritzker about the experience of launching a startup in the hyper-competitive world of Bitcoin.