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GM ladies and gentleman and welcome back to B&C, the newsletter that'll have you healthy, wealthy, and somewhat well informed.

Here's the breakdown for today:

  • Seeking Sigma

  • The Helium Pill

  • The Taleb Pill

  • Implosions and Explosions.

Seeking Sigma


The Helium network is a decentralized wireless network that enables devices anywhere in the world to wirelessly connect to the Internet and geolocate themselves without the need for power-hungry satellite location hardware or expensive cellular plans. Powering the Helium network is a blockchain with a native protocol token incentivizing a two sided marketplace between coverage providers and coverage consumers. With the introduction of a blockchain, we inject decentralization into an industry currently controlled by monopolies. The result is that wireless network coverage becomes a commodity, fueled by competition, available anywhere in the world, at a fraction of current costs.

Helium Whitepaper

Exciting to see the same tools used to incentivize individuals to become validators for Bitcoin and Ethereum being used to motivate people to proliferate web access. Might have to switch over from Spectrum LFG 😎


🏘 Check out liminal spaces to see how nostalgia make you feel uneasy.

🕵 FatManTerra is a Twitter account that sure to give you some cutting edge investigative financial journalism on crypto companies and protocols.

😼 Cats now know how to use ice dispensers. Didn't know I needed to see that but made my day better :)


The Black Swan is a must read for anyone interested in finance, philosophy, and the phenomena of randomness. The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable by Nasim Taleb covers the extreme impact of rare and unpredictable events, as well as the error in human judgement towards them. The book is a meditation on one idea according to Taleb, "our blindness with respect to randomness, particularly large deviations.".

With that I'll leave you with one of my favorite quotes from the book:

“If you survive until tomorrow, it could mean that either:

a) you are more likely to be immortal or b) that you are closer to death.”

Nasim Taleb

Implosions and Explosions

See y'all next week,

V and Nat

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