๐ŸŽ™๏ธ Crypto Renaissance | Josh Rosenthal

Become a NFT evaluator with Upshot! Beta access for badge holders. What is a badge? Josh Rosenthal is a former historian and currently associated with 6ixth Event Cataclysmic Capital. In today's section, we'll take a look at the similarities between the European Renaissance and both the internet and blockchain technology in today's society. Will future historians call this the Crypto Renaissance? ๐ŸŽ™๏ธ NEW PODCAST EPISODELISTS in the podcast app | iTunes | Spotify | YouTube | RSS Feed ๐Ÿ‘€ Would you like to hear Ryan and David talk after the podcast? Full subscribers can access the raw, unfiltered debriefing conversation recorded immediately after delivery. Get the report! Non-bank sponsorship tools: ๐Ÿ’ฐ GEMINI | FIAT AND CRYPTO EXCHANGE https://bankless.cc/go-gemini ๐ŸฆŠ METAMASK | FIGHT PASSPORT https://bankless.cc/metamask ๐Ÿฆ„ UNISWAP | DECENTRALIZED EXCHANGE http://bankless.cc/uniswap ๐Ÿ”€ KWENTA | SYNTHETIC ASSET EXCHANGE https://bankless.cc/kwenta Bankless Podcast 63. Crypto Renaissance Guest: Josh Rosenthal May 3, 2021 Josh Rosenthal holds a PhD. He received a Fulbright Fellowship from the Sorbonne Institute for Advanced Studies, a think tank that combines culture, history and technology in late Middle Ages and early modern European history. Josh is no longer a practical historian and instead partner of “ 6ixth Event Cataclysmic Capital '', which supports junior founders focused on catastrophic impact. At Bankless, we see history as strictly cyclical, not repetitive. If you haven't already, check out Strauss & Howe's book The Fourth Turning for a sober and vivid account of the shortcomings of modern historiography when it comes to interpreting the flows and tides of society. It is difficult to objectively construct historical models and establish uniform laws that prevail throughout a civilization's life cycle. However, there are some basic concepts that are sticky and often encountered at key moments in history. In this

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