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Monty Munford rails against betting apps, but finds hope for friendly wagers in the curious world of NFT cheat codes.
Monty reflects upon the halcyon days of his youth, and a cold shadow that has come back to haunt the world.
Monty reflects on a long lunch that resulted in him counting ducks near Buckingham Palace and some broken sleep in Victoria station.
It's time, says Monty, for the crypto world to have a huge event - a monumental gig on the scale of a memorable concert.
This week, Monty's looking at a clever project aimed at opening up the often exclusive world of NFTs to everyone.
Monty is watching everyone stare at their shrinking crypto portfolios and scrambling to buy land now that inflation is back.
Today, Monty's mind is full of thoughts about kindness towards NFTs, but with a nagging hate that could lead to pubic arson.
Crypto journalism is improving, but there are still some bad mediums out there, argues Monty Munford.
How much has traditional finance depleted the world of its resources and how responsible is it for global warming, the real phrase for what was rebranded as ‘climate change’ by vested parties? Those in crypto are particularly fidgety when it comes to this subject. Aside from the boring tropes of money-laundering, drug-dealers and gun-runners profiting [...]
After 18 months of moaning about the sensory deprivation of Zoom calls, it was weirdly tiring to be in a place of humans, writes Monty Munford.
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