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Crypto, Gaming & Everything Else.


I've been a Copywriter for 5 years, working with iGaming companies to expand their reach and enhance their communication with customers. As such, my tool kit includes SEO knowledge, HTML & Markdown literacy, Customer Retention Management and email campaign creation.

I write to inform and entertain, deconstructing complex ideas to their raw and digestible elements. Simply click on the excerpts below to read the full articles they were taken from.


What if the original digital item you bought, for the price of 20 acres of fertile land, turned into a copy? Could you still call that item a non-fungible token? Could you still call your old boss and beg for your job back?

This may sound like an impossible hypothetical, if you have the basic understanding of what a blockchain is (which you can gain here) but it is, in fact, the very problem hard forks pose to the NFT market. When one blockchain becomes two you're not seeing a copy of an original... you're seeing two originals. Twins...


"Lorem ipsum", as you may have guessed, has its roots in classic latin. Dating all the way back to 45 BC, you'll find those very words in Marcus Tullius Cicero's Socratic dialogue, De finibus bonorum et malorum (The Extremes of Good and Evil).


The passage reads: "Neque porro quisquam est qui dolorem ipsum quia dolor sit amet, consectetur, adipisci velit", which translates to, "There is no one who loves pain itself, who seeks after it and wants to have it, simply because it is pain". Clive Barker may beg to differ but I'm sure the rest of us would agree...

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Central Bank Digital Currencies were proposed well before many of us had wrapped our heads around cryptocurrencies. It's for that reason laymen have yet to form an educated opinion around this technology - it appears as nothing more than [yet] another token. But it would be a mistake to let CBDCs go over your head. There is a cost to the benefits this new fintech facilitates... and it may be the highest price you'll ever pay.

According to Investopedia, "CBDCs promote financial inclusion and simplify the implementation of monetary and fiscal policy". How could one simplify the implementation of monetary and fiscal policy via trustless technology?


By making their CBDCs programmable.

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In the words of Eric Winstein, “Capitalism is being eaten by its son, technology.” The US economy is about to face an unprecedented challenge, and as long as leadership remains a game, to be won only by the top 1% of the population, we remain losers.

In truth, many of us benefit from the Game of Offices. Trickle-down economics gave me the laptop on which I write this article. We are mobilized, and free to develop ourselves without existential threat. To an extent.

Of course, the economy must make use of us all before we make use of it, but this dynamic renders our worth extrinsic. We are nothing more than our occupation, and that’s a very dangerous relationship to have with ourselves if we’re losing our jobs to automation...

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