In the latest Beer & Bitcoin, Jackson and Giovanni are joined by our own editor-in-chief, Jay Cassano, and managing editor, Lucrezia Corner. Locked in their apartments across the world, they’ll discuss the latest updates in the crypto world: the MakerDao meltdown, the correlation between Bitcoin and the stock market, and Binance’s acquisition of CoinMarketCap.

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  2. Where is Molly? Could there be any less information communicated here? Come on Coin Telegraph. Should we really look to Carnegie Mellon, Novogratz etc. for out lead on what Bitcoin is. Perhaps Molly could not stand it any more and because Jackson is mentally challenged he is willing to carry on. What what…?

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