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Dear Crypto Natives,
Welcome if you’re new! I send this recap every Saturday. Glad you’re on the journey.
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Recap for the week of March 29th, 2020
(Market Monday) FedCoin on Ethereum - capture
(Tactic Tuesday) How to bank your business without a Bank - implement
APRIL FOOLS—I’m releasing a 2nd newsletter called Bankrupt!
(Writer Wednesday) DeFi Needs More value - consider
(Thursday Thought) Ethereum will eat Wall Street - calibrate
(Friday Open Thread) I’m not sell until _________. - collaborate
Execute any good market opportunities you saw in Market Monday
Complete weekly assignment: convert DAI to private ZKDai
Listen to Episode #5: Crypto Memes Good on Bankless podcast
Bank your business without a bank on multis.co
Participate—what has to happen for you to sell your crypto?
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