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This week, Darrell mixed it up and chatted with Kurt Knight, who is not a TC writer but senior director of platform product marketing at Apple, to talk about WWDC and Apple’s continuation updates. Huh. We also talk with Lucas Matney about the former OpenSea executive whose arrest has worried the crypto world. And as always, you’ll find a list of the week’s major news stories on Meczyki.Net.

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This week Anita and Lucas discuss another tense week for the crypto markets, which has pushed even bullish investors into bearish zones. He also talked about the growing crypto regulation efforts and Jack Dorsey’s latest effort “Web5”. He also spoke with Aaron Levy, CEO of the enterprise software company Box. While his day job has nothing to do with blockchain, he has attracted a lot of crypto VCs on Twitter to share thoughts on why Web3 won’t work. He spoke to Levy about some of his biggest complaints and what it would take for him to invest in a crypto startup.

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This week Darrell and Jordan spoke to two founders who came off the stage from TC Sessions: Mobility Pitch-Off. First up is Aloa Guillotine, co-founder and CEO of Beyond Aero, which is making long-range electric aircraft possible using hydrogen-electric propulsion. He then spoke to Jim Gibbs, co-founder and CEO of Meter Feeder, which is on a mission to provide a low-cost payment and enforcement solution to small to medium-sized governments for parking via an API.

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It’s Equity Monday alex And Beautiful! Who started the week with a quick list of the biggest stories. This week:

  • Stocks around the world are down, with almost every major index we’ve seen shed 2% or more.
  • Crypto prices tank, with bitcoin and ether losing double-digit percentage points in the last day; The disturbance in crypto-land deepens this morning.
  • Despite the massive fundraising recently, the Celsius network is breaking down. Exactly what happens next is unclear, but it does not bode well for the company, given its ragged token value.
  • In better news, the Latin American startup scene rebounded its capital reserves just before the world turned risk-averse, meaning the sector could be well capitalized for the rest of the year.
  • The Coinbase CEO’s Twitter rant after some of the company’s employees expressed displeasure was notable, both in tone and in terms of PR strategy.

    On Equity Wednesday, the crew focuses on a single topic, thinks of one question and unravels the rest. This week, Natasha and Alex welcomed the reporter Haje Jan Kampso, who spent years as a founder and a venture capitalist, both before and in the middle of his journalism career. Together the three asked: How can companies use math, aka the truth, to make our lives harder and complicate our finances in the coming months?

    Mary Ann And alex We’re back with you for their Friday episode of Equity, and while most startup-land news is a little lackluster these days – you may have noticed a sentiment shift on Twitter! – He also got some good news.

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