Monthly Archives: January 2018

Moments of Clarity (Episode 9)


Altcoins Anonymous – Moments of Clarity

In a joint statement released by the SEC and the CFTC, they claim they will take a deeper look into the sale of any “digital instruments” and examine their fraudulent investment properties. For me, this is alarming, because the term “digital instrument”, is a brand new way to label cryptocurrencies. it seems as if it is a much broader stoke to paint digital assets under. Coincidentally, this statement came days after the conference, and coincides with some of the other topics that have been brought up on Altcoins Anonymous recently.

TLDR; I’m a (an?) SEC shill.

The People v. Rare Pepe (Episode 8)


Altcoins Anonymous – The People Vs. Rare Pepe
This is a very special episode. During this evening’s session, we will be accompanied by Theo Goodman, of the Rare Pepe Foundation, and Jason Seibert, of I’m Not Your Lawyer and The Church of Blerk. We will continue discussion on the auction and the legality of distribution of verified digital assets in New York State.


Pepelonious Assault (Episode 7)


This is the follow up to the previous episode The Illegalest Pepe. I discuss the NYSDFS BitLicense and how that affects the Pepe and Cryptokitty auction that was conducted by at the conference in NYC. It’s a little longer of an episode, but I go through each of the major points of the Bitlicense and how Archetype broke the law.

The Illegalest Pepe (Episode 6)

< It's been a while, boys and girls. I've missed you.During today's session, we will once again discuss and the shitstorm of drama it’s about to ensue after their latest public presentation at the conference, here in NYC.

I also had the pleasure of meeting Dan AKA Droplister from Unconfirmed Transactions and Shaun AKA King David from Junseth’s World. It was a good night.

There might be more to come from the content of this episode. Excuse the heavy breathing, traffic, and me freezing my balls off.

New York BitLicense
Pepe Auction Video