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The following article is based on comments made by Brock Pierce at CoinGenius’ Virtual Summit, Collective Intelligence. Coronavirus is something that is disrupting all of our lives, and all of our businesses all over the planet–– really wild times. There will be a huge impact that’s going to come out of it. Great things are

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In India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nigeria, South Africa, Zimbabwe, and throughout poorer countries, the people aren’t only worried about catching COVID-19: they’re worried about starving to death, too.  The headlines tell the story.  “Lockdown or Starvation? Poorer Economies Weigh Impossible Choice” – Foreign Policy “In Zimbabwe, ‘you win coronavirus or you win starvation’” – ABC “The

We’re looking at a situation like after 1929 or after World War II. The largest factory closings since World War II has hit the United States and Europe. We could witness a retool and shift of production which would echo the industrial transformation of the 1940s, when factories moved from producing consumer goods like cars

When I was still in academia, I worked in an epidemiological modeling lab. I worked on pure measure theory and combinatorics and hadn’t yet exposed myself to the capital markets yet. When I was talking to my PI recently and discussing Coronavirus with them, we discussed how it is categorized rarely. It is known as