Crypto and the Average Joe

Crypto and the Average Joe

A hub for discussion about combatting censorship and the revolutionary powers of decentralized currency in making finance free. Articles that bring up corrupt practices are not sanitized.


The FTX Crash Isn't Done Yet

18 Nov 2022 3 minute read 4 comments AyyJay

FTX may have recently filed for bankruptcy, but the magnitude of the aftershocks ripping through the industry have yet to be determined. Figuring out all of the companies exposed to FTX's collapse is of utmost priority, since the shock of FTX's colla...

Following the Big Boys and Picking your Horse

17 Nov 2022 4 minute read 0 comments AyyJay

With the still-ongoing crash of FTX's token (FTT) fresh in everyone's mind, the market's getting bloody... again. Honestly, it seems like more of a haunted merry-go-round at this point. Prices plummet, the hopes of the bull returning are razed to the...

A Burgeoning Industry Versus New York State Law: Who Will Win?

17 Oct 2022 6 minute read 3 comments AyyJay

This article was meant to be published in late August/early September 2022, but ideological differences in the organization I worked for prevented it from being published. Therefore, the information may be out of date.   Did you know that one of the...

Bear Market Strategies: Separating the Wheat from the Chaff

13 Jul 2022 4 minute read 0 comments AyyJay

Plans, plans, and more plans. Everybody has a plan when it comes to their crypto investments. Some of these are good, others are downright abhorrent. Even the person who knows nothing about crypto other than that "Bitcoin is magic internet money" has...

It's Not (Necessarily) About the Money

20 Jun 2022 3 minute read 0 comments AyyJay

Ah, don't you love the standard news cycle with all of its fear mongering and indifference towards how it affects peoples' perception of the world? Reporting on cryptocurrency and blockchain tech by mainstream news networks (people that honestly have...

Systemic Barriers, Power Hungry People, and You

1 Jul 2021 4 minute read 0 comments AyyJay

Names have been abbreviated for anonymity reasons. ... “I thought doge was funny because I grew up with the meme and decided ‘hey, maybe I'll throw some in there’,” explained SB, a university student bogged down by tuition payments. Meme-powered trad...

Erasing the Government's Stranglehold on Our Finances

16 Feb 2021 5 minute read 0 comments AyyJay

Centralized finance is the backbone of our world's entire financial system. These institutions serve to mediate any monetary concerns, and have essentially been unavoidable for the last few hundred years (unless you stuff cash under a mattress). We'v...