What makes MoneyLab a valuable project? Throughout the MoneyLab#2: Economies of Dissent symposium we asked speakers and audience what they think of the talks, discussions, workshops and art projects presented. The one aspect they all agreed on is the wealth of ideas they are exposed to by bringing together the most interesting artists, thinkers, entrepreneurs, students, writers and designers who share their insights and ideas from their respective backgrounds on a common topic: the economy and the future of money.
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Link list on NTFs, crypto art, blockchain and other MoneyLab issues (part 14)
Crypto’s competitive advantage: $3,950 transaction fee for a $260 NFT https://twitter.com/molly0xFFF/status/1520597019726950400 Just in case you forgot the Web3 promises: you will be your own boss https://cointelegraph.com/explained/is-web3-like-playing-minecraft Bored Ape Theft https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2022/apr/26/bored-ape-yacht-club-nft-hack-theft-art-simian-oblivion Jaromil: The Real Crypto Movement https://www.makery.info/en/2022/04/30/english-the-real-crypto-movement/ Surfing with Satochi, Art, Blockchain and NFTs, new book by Domenico Quaranta https://aksioma.org/surfing.with.satoshi NFT event in Berlin https://nftberlin.org/ Why [...]
Just Out: Cloud Money by Brett Scott
Cloud Money: Cash, Cards, Crypto and the War for our Wallets by Brett Scott For more info, visit Brett Scott’s Substack page Who benefits from a cashless society and who gets left behind? Is the end of cash the end of true privacy? And is a cashless future closer than we think? Cloudmoney tells a [...]