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This week has been a weird week for crypto as reality TV superstar Kim Kardashian was one of the first celebrities to get an SEC fine for promoting a cryptocurrency in a social media #ad; we also had to rally about Dogecoin on Elon’s renewed commitment to the Twitter deal.

Listen to the episode below:

Welcome to chain reactionwhere we unpack and explain the latest crypto news, drama and trends, breaking things down block by block for the crypto curious.

For our Thursday delivery, where we discuss the latest crypto news, we had a long talk about whether Kim Kardashian really deserved that $1.26 million fine she was handed by the SEC for advertising an unregistered security, in this case called a token. EthereumMax. We also discussed:

  • Crypto events surrounding Elon Musk’s renewed bid on Twitter and how crypto markets are responding.
  • The declining amount of crypto lost through hacks, thefts and accidents and how that is a good signal for the space.

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