Weekly Action Recap
Your action recap for the week of March 15th, 2020
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Dear Crypto Natives,
We’ve been thrust into a new normal. Things will move faster from here on out.
How to prepare? That’s depends. Do you think the past 50 years will look like the next 50? Or do think we need unconventional wisdom for unconventional times?
Believing in a more bankless future is unconventional now. A month ago believing it wasn’t just a flu was unconventional too. But a few smart people looked at the data and extrapolated.
That’s all we’re doing with bankless. We’re looking at the data—central banks printing non-stop, trust in institutions deteriorating, an open financial system flourishing—and we’re extrapolating.
We know what’s coming.
The 2020s belong to the bankless.
Let’s recap the week.
Recap for the week of March 15th, 2020
(Market Monday) The new normal - capture
(Tactic Tuesday) How to make money in crypto gaming - implement
(Thursday Thought) Bankless COVID-19 Prep Plan - consider
(Friday Open Thread) How has the virus changed things for you? - collaborate
Execute any good market opportunities you saw in Market Monday
Complete weekly assignment: submit a MetaMask transaction w/ higher gas
Listen to Episode #3: Economic Bandwidth on Bankless podcast
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