The Battle for the Soul of Finance

Christel Deskins

Governments have significant discretion over economics and finance today, but decentralized network-driven alternatives threaten that control. For more episodes and free early access before our regular 3 p.m. Eastern time releases, subscribe with Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocketcasts, Google Podcasts, Castbox, Stitcher, RadioPublica, iHeartRadio or RSS. This episode is sponsored by Crypto.com, Bitstamp and Nexo.io. Today on the Brief: Kraken […]

Governments have significant discretion over economics and finance today, but decentralized network-driven alternatives threaten that control.

For more episodes and free early access before our regular 3 p.m. Eastern time releases, subscribe with Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocketcasts, Google Podcasts, Castbox, Stitcher, RadioPublica, iHeartRadio or RSS.

This episode is sponsored by Crypto.comBitstamp and Nexo.io.

Today on the Brief:

  • Kraken is the first crypto exchange to become a U.S. bank
  • FTC preparing antitrust lawsuit against Facebook
  • Gold-standard fan Judy Shelton doesn’t have the votes to be confirmed as Federal Reserve governor 

Our main discussion: The battle for the soul of finance.

Related: Federal Reserve Now Targets Inflation Above 2%, Bitcoin Breaks $11K

In this episode, NLW looks at the power competition between governments on the one hand and the decentralized network-driven finance alternatives that would reshape that power. Interestingly, in this competition corporations may play a role that benefits both sides at different times and in different ways.

See also: The Decade of the Living Dead: How Zombie Companies Are Robbing Tomorrow’s Economy

For more episodes and free early access before our regular 3 p.m. Eastern time releases, subscribe with Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocketcasts, Google Podcasts, Castbox, Stitcher, RadioPublica, iHeartRadio or RSS.

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