Prices Rise, Protests Rage and Musicians Take Control: Bad Crypto News of the Week

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Check out this week’s Bad Crypto podcast.

The Bad Crypto Podcast tracks all the latest goings-on in crypto. Here’s what the latest episode covers.

Vitalik Buterin says the current crisis is not like the financial crisis of 2008, and the reform of money is not a sufficient use case for Bitcoin. But Ethereum can do so much more — and DApps makers still love it. About half of all DApps are based on the Ethereum network.

Lightning Torch organizer Hodlonaut suggests you stack sats as the European Central Bank announces that it’s adding €600 billion to its pandemic emergency fund.( That fund is now worth some €1.35 trillion.)

The Winklevoss twins’ Gemini Trust is teaming up with Samsung to integrate its app with Samsung’s blockchain wallets. Although you might want to trade music royalties instead. ANote Music is launching a blockchain-based platform that lets musicians turn their royalties into rights shares that they can buy and sell. 

The latest episode includes all these stories and more. Check out the audio version here:

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