What if Bitcoin actually benefitted from Terra’s disaster? (in the long run)

Terra’s crash has been dubbed “the Lehman Brothers of Crypto”, a fitting analogy considering that we’re talking about a project that went $45 billion from zero in a matter of hours.


Regulators, banks, governments and crypto-hating billionaires will love this. A lot of “I told you so” moments are coming.


On top of that, it is now going to be very hard for people to trust stablecoins again, especially ‘algorithmic’ ones. Which brings me on to the question in the headline, what if Bitcoin actually benefitted from this, in the long run?


Self-proclaimed Bitcoin maximalists have historically always shown little to no interest in other cryptos.


They, or perhaps I should ‘we’ firmly believe Bitcoin is King and Queen and always will be. And they’re used to flactuations and trouble. They’ve seen Bitcoin go to $20,000 before crashing to $3,000 and didn’t care. They’ve seen it go to nearly $70,000 before falling back to $27,000 and still didn’t get their knickers in a twist.


In the short term, this is a 360° catastrophe. There’s no doubt about that. Look around you and you’ll see nothing but ruins. But if you zoom out, Bitcoin is proving to me surprisingly predictable with its unpredictability. It always goes up, it always goes down.


And let’s not forget, Terra’s crash happened because it was a flawed project and a one-man-show. Bitcoin is not like that. The price goes up and down all the time for a million reasons but the network itself has never shown any significant weakness.


I still own around 105 UST, worth around $5 at the time of writing. It sucks, but I know a lot of people lost a lot of money so I’m not gonna complain.


I also know that around 93% of my portfolio is Bitcoin. And I’m beginning to think that it’d make even more sense if I ramped that up to 95% or 96%.



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GoodDollar: can crypto be used for Universal Basic Income?

I’ve watched a fantastic YouTube video, or perhaps I should say a montage, highlighting four different views on UBI, Universal Basic Income.


Two of the pundits were for it and two were a bit more dubious but all four presented valid arguments and none, this is the best part, relied on political or ideological standpoints. They were simply weighing in the pros and cons.


In short, for those who aren’t familiar, UBI stands for Universal Basic Income, the idea that each individual should receive a basic income regardless of employment status.


I still don’t know where I stand on that because everything I hear sounds reasonable, and these conversations are always a lot more complicated than they seem. For example, some claim that UBI will be inevitable because technology will ‘automate’ a lot of people out of existence. Robots are already capable of doing a lot of the things we do but better, and they’re expendable.


They’re never tired, they don’t complain, don’t ask for a raise.


It is also true that it is statistically very likely that a small percentage of people would self-destruct if given the chance to do so with a ‘free meal’, which brings us on what is, in my view, the biggest flaw with UBI and it is that – so far, at least – it hasn’t really worked very well in all those geographies where it’s been implemented.


UBI was introduced in the country I was born about three years and so far it’s been a complete disaster. But that’s a different conversation for a different day.


The biggest issue is it incentivise people to stay home and not work because why would you bust your a*s for a meagre pay day when you get nearly the same amount doing nothing.


But that’s FIAT UBI, what about crypto UBI?


I came across a project called GoodDollar because a friend and (technically) former colleague is working at the company and I’ve been using for a few months. I still don’t know where it can go, but I think the use case is worth talking about.


Very easy. You just log in every day and click ‘claim’, and you link your MetaMask to redeem the token.


Crypto is a game that plays by its own rules and the dynamics of this world make it a bit easier to distribute UBI, with all the benefits that come with it, while drastically reducing the drawbacks.


Will it work?


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I bought some YOUNG but I’m not 100% convinced I’ve done the right thing

A few months ago, I was looking for a decent get-paid-to-walk app and found Young Step and Young Platform.


Step is the app that pays you to walk, make correct predictions about the price of certain cryptos in the next 3/6/12 hours, take part in challenges, and you also get tokens when you complete quizzes. The Step app is paired to the Platform app, which is basically an exchange to which you can transfer Young (YNG), the native token of the app, and trade it for euros, dollars, pounds or other cryptos.


The YNG token has a fixed price of €0.24 (around $0.25) per unit and could only be utilised internally… until now.


A couple of weeks ago, Young temporarily suspended all trading, sales and purchase of YNG but only because, a few days later, they announced they would list the token, which means people will be able to trade it freely and the price will be dictated by market dynamics.


I’ve earnt around 150-200 YNG so far and I’ve sold them all because I couldn’t see the point in holding onto the token but now things changed, so I bought some YNG back, and I’m not sure I did the right thing.


Young said 1 million YNG tokens have been sold in the first 4 days of community sale and as soon as the token becomes available elsewhere, everyone expects it to go up. But will it?


Young said they’re aiming for a circulating supply of 100 million, which quite frankly sounds like a tall order.


The sale ends on May 24, after which date, the market will do whatever the market decides to do. Fingers crossed.



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Tomorrow Conference Belgrade, the largest Metaverse meetup in Europe, Day 1

The Belexpocentar is located in an area of Belgrade that looks like it was developed yesterday. That’s because it more or less was. You’ll find it on the south-west side of a long and wide avenue that runs from the West Gate Tower to the river.


Around it, and on either side of it, there’s a collection of modern, aluminium- and glass-made buildings and facilities. On the opposite end of the very same avenue, a collection of brutalist residential buildings made from concrete. It’s an interesting juxtaposition, and it defines the architecture of Belgrade.



Day one is usually spent looking for an answer to the question: “who’s here?”


Tether founder Craig Sellars is here, along with Tanja Bivic Plankar, President of Blockchain Alliance Europe, along with Dusan Kovacevic, founder and CEO of Exit Festival.


Dogma, one of Belgrade’s major brewing companies, is also here. And I know this because I’m having a craft lager they specifically created for the event called ‘TMRW’.


And when I say “I’m having A craft lager”, I mean I’m having “multiple” craft lagers.


The crypto space is a multi-trillion-dollar market that started from a spark called Bitcoin in 2009 but the truth is the crypto market as we know, with a million different projects and ideas and people talking about them, is the direct result of the crypto crash of early 2018.


When Bitcoin briefly reached $20,000 before crashing over 80%, people began paying attention, even though it was for the wrong reasons and it created the foundation for a market that’s a lot more solid, and is getting bigger and more relevant.


I’m here because I live here, but other people – most of them, actually – came here precisely for this conference. Most of them had never seen Serbia before and this tells you everything you need to know about crypto.


Crypto will shape its own regulations and determine its own geography based on governments’ reaction. Slovenia, Portugal and Serbia, for example, are more relevant in the crypto world than Italy, France or even Germany because they moved faster, reacted more quickly.


The Tomorrow Conference will take place again, in Belgrade, one year from now. And that leaves me with two questions: will Terra (LUNA) still exist? And will the TMRW lager still be available?



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First European panel in the Metaverse to take place in Belgrade, Serbia (and I’ll be there)

Belgrade is the former capital of Jugoslavia, the capital and largest city in Serbia, a global and vibrant hub. And it is also my home. I relocated here about a year ago and when I heard there would be a 3-day crypto-focused event at Belgrade Fair, on the right bank of the Sava River, I immediately knew I had to go. So I will.


This is the largest Crypto, NFT and Metaverse conference in Europe and while I’m looking forward to the 7 panels, 100 speakers and 50 keynotes, what really, really interests me is the people. I wanna know what people think. What they bought, or sold, or hodled, and why, and how, and when. And their take on the Metaverse and NFTs being used as an art form but also as a means of authenticating property and assets.


ECD’s founder Aleksandar Matanovic will be there, along with Craig Sellers, founder of Tether, Tanja Bivic Plankar, President of the Blockchain Alliance of Europe and Bruno Ver, blockchain specialist and founder of the top NFT business NIFTIFY.


I will be sharing updates in the coming days here, as well as on Bitcoinea.




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What just happened to me is further proof traditional banks are living in the past

I’ve been writing professionally for six years and that comes with its pros and cons. Pros, I can work from just about anywhere as long as I’ve got WiFi and my laptop, and it’s hard to even call it ‘work’. And the cons? First and foremost, it is very difficult to monetise your creativity, which means that every dime matters.


This I’m why royally pis*ed and infinitely frustrated at what happened last week, when my bank blocked a wire transfer that’s now lost in the ether. No pun intended.


Every element of this story further explains why people are growing increasingly fed up with banks. They rely on procedures that are either obsolete – if that’s the best they can do, or downright dishonest – if they could be better but choose not to.


In short, the company I am now writing for wired me my pay in USD but my bank only accepts EUROs and automatically rejects every transaction that’s not in EUROs. First of all, this is risible in 2022, and secondly, they say it’s “clearly stated” in their terms but it isn’t. I was indeed able to find the paragraph where they talk about this – after some digging – and they keep it very vague and, crucially, they don’t explain what happens to the money.


I tried to get in touch with the bank using every possible channel and after two days, all I got was an email from customer support, written by somebody who clearly didn’t even bother to read what I wrote because their answer was completely unrelated, and a copy-paste message from their FB messenger. I tried calling, which was expensive and useless, because automated customer support has never helped anyone.


They say the money will eventually be returned to the sender but they can’t say when, because “there are intermediary banks involved”.


None of what just happened is acceptable. It’s bad enough that a bank in the EU can arbitrarily choose not to accept this or that currency, including the USD, but it’s crazy that the money isn’t returned immediately if they don’t. And not only do I have to rely on a middleman – the bank itself – but said middleman relies on more middlemen.


Part of the reason why I love crypto is trust is (almost entirely) removed from the equation, and nearly everything you can or can’t do is by design and straightforward. Transactions take seconds, minutes or hours depending on whichever crypto you’re using but again that’s by design, the middleman factor is only present if you’re using exchanges and even then things are usually more straightforward than they are with banks.


I’ve been doing everything I can to avoid banks as much as possible, because in my experience every other option, including other centralised options like Revolut are much better. Or at least not as bad. The only consolation is this is a losing battle for them.


Crypto is a game that plays by its own rules and will eventually bend regulators and traditional financial players around it. They just haven’t realised it yet.


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Polkadot’s Gavin Wood donates $5.8 mln to Ukraine

Crypto has become an actor and participant in the ongoing Ukraine-Russia conflict because, as most people reading these words know, it has no borders and it is capable of bypassing hurdles that would otherwise cripple traditional financial instruments. Crypto is amoral and apolitical, in that it doesn’t have a higher purpose or a morality of its own, but people do and that’s why the Ukrainian government has been on the receiving end of donations in excess of $30 million and counting – in crypto, that is.


I’ve been reading a lot of news articles and geopolitical analysis on the conflict, been watching the news of course, been watching old and new videos of ‘experts’ – some of them may as well be, and some of them aren’t – about the tensions. But at the end of the day, I think we can all agree that no one, ever, for any reason, should go through what the Ukrainian people are going through at the moment. But I talk about crypto, not geopolitics, and that’s what I’m going to focus on.


Like many of you, I’ve been receiving emails from various exchanges and platforms to keep me notified with updates regarding their compliance with the new regulations, in short: there will be service disruption in Belarus and Russia, and I’ve also been keeping an eye on the Bitcoin, Eth and, more recently, Polkadot. This is one of the many features that define – by design – crypto, and some non-crypto people will probably witness this for the first time. In short: transaction data is stored in the blockchain in perpetuity, and the information you do or do not have access to is part of the design.


Gavin Wood, Polkadot’s founder, has pledged (and proceeded to do so) to donate $5 mln and a quick glance at the transaction history of the bitcoin address that Ukraine shared you’ll note it has so far received a little over 200 BTC.




People always take sides and, as ever, they will use crypto to spin their narrative, hopefully, for once, it might be for the better.

Another important stress test for bitcoin (stop panic-selling!)

Bitcoin is a 13-year-old young’un who’s already seen a lot. It was born in the woke of one of the worst financial crisis in modern history, and it has already survived a global pandemic and the 2017-2018 craze-turned-chaos, the first (of many) crypto frenzies that nearly broke the system and killed the market. But it didn’t. And now there’s a war.


Naysayers and ‘status-quoers‘ (is that even a word? Whatever I just made it up) will continue to cherry-pick data and timeframes to support their narrative that bitcoin is useless. But it doesn’t matter. They can stay away from it if they don’t like it, I’ll buy it.


Bitcoin has been called a currency, an asset, a fad, a scam, a hedge against inflation. It has been called many things but the only thing that’s proven to be true beyond recourse and objection, so far, is that bitcoin is essentially a technology that’s completely immune to opinion. It doesn’t do what you want it to do, and more to the point, it is immune to FIAT. In other words, it is immune to “because-I-said-so’ dynamics that rule the world.


The ongoing tensions aren’t helping, and the fact that social media and legacy media outlets make a mountain out of a mole hill isn’t either (generally speaking). I realise and understand that many will panic-sell and liquidate their positions to “get out while we still can”. But they’re wrong.


This is another important stress test for bitcoin, but it isn’t first, and it won’t be the last, and it isn’t the worst.


Please note: I don’t wish to downplay nor magnify the situation but I only talk about crypto, not geopolitics. If you’re reading this, I hope you are safe and happy.



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Institutions say they want to regulate bitcoin? Yeah but first they need to understand it

I don’t expect institutions, banks and governments to understand bitcoin and blockchain technology but they should give one of those clever consultants they overpay something to do, so they can look into it and relay the information. If you’re a head of state and you want to regulate cryptocurrencies, the first thing you should do is hire somebody who understands it, and that person will come back to your office and tell you very clearly, and calmly, what you can or cannot do with crypto. And almost everything will be a binary option.


“So I heard bitcoin is limited to 21 million, I want to change it to 22 million”

“Not possible, sir”

“Why?”

“Because you can’t mandate your way around math.”


The more you know and the more you realise that almost everything you can or can’t do with bitcoin and blockchain technology is essentially written in the code. Governments should know, for example, that they can regulate a crypto exchange but they can’t regulate an actual transaction. They can’t stop it, they can’t reverse it, intercept it.


The problem – for them – is that they’re so used to getting their own way that they can strong-arm everyone and anyone by power of legislation, but that’s not that esy with crypto. Some governments probably already know this, and that’s why they’re jumping on the bandwagon and trying to get their cut. Others keep using the word “ban”. Good luck with that.



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3 simple strategies you should consider

I spend around 25 hours a day watching YouTube videos on crypto, talking about crypto, reading crypto articles and pestering my friends with crypto ideas (*not financial advice*), and the more I look into it and the more realise that your best bet is always to keep it simple. Don’t invest in improbably sthicoins and don’t YOLO on a random memecoin you heard about in a Discord chat. I think we can all agree on that. Having said that, I thought I’d put this wonderful Stout beer I’m having to good use by sharing three simple strategies that I personally follow.


1. When in doubt, Bitcoin is still king


My friends and family know I’m a crypto enthusiast and so whenever they ask for advice, I always tell ’em *not financial advice* (lol): nothing beats Bitcoin and Ethereum, even though they look expensive. Some people choose stablecoins because they don’t want to deal with the volatility, and I get that, but if you don’t mind it, and you’re ready to go on a rollercoaster ride, I still believe nothing is better than Bitcoin. If I had to invest $1,000 on crypto, I’d immediately put $350 into BTC, $250 into ETH and take my sweet time to analize market trends and read whitepapers and try to get a sense of what works and what doesn’t with the remaining $400. And then I’d probably end up putting it into BTC anyway.


2. Stake it till you make it


If you own tokens and coins that can be staked, do it. If you choose to keep your crypto in an exchange, look for exchanges that guarantee decent interests on ‘unstakable’ coins. It’s a simple strategy and it can be done on most major exchanges including Binance, giving a form of passive income that certainly can’t hurt.


3. If you hear hooves…


You know when they say that if you hear hooves, you should think horse, not zebra? You can reverse-engineer the thought process. If you wanna know the capital city of Zimbabwe, what do you do? You google it. You don’t use obscure research engines, you use Google. Same with crypto. If you wanna start with an exchange, start with the exchanges everybody uses and trusts; same with your wallets, same with your coins. Trading Whatevercoin on Myuncle.com is never a good idea.


What do you think? Feel free to add anything you want in the comments.



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