Molly Jane Zuckerman

Molly Jane Zuckerman

Molly Jane Zuckerman is the opinion editor at Blockworks. She previously led educational content at CoinMarketCap and ran the news desk at Cointelegraph. Molly Jane is now based in New York after almost a decade in Russia, and can talk your ear off about Russia lit and detective novels. Contact Molly Jane: [email protected]
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It’s refreshing to find those who are willing to openly debate bitcoin with evidence and logical reasoning instead of physical combat

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Doesn’t it sound familiar that a space intended to help the financially disenfranchised ended up in a giant, messy massive money grab?

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Let’s not make “tweeting the most explosive thing you can think of” the stereotype of the crypto space anymore

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What I found most compelling in this digital art history is how NFTs are far less revolutionary as an art form than I had believed

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Americans should not prioritize their own selfish financial interests over broader societal and ethical concerns

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Celebrity crypto ads should only exist if they do something really creative or really silly — Eminem’s ad did neither

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After seven years in crypto, the best use of this magical internet money I’ve found so far is my 50 USDC purchase of Vincent Van Goat from a Kenyan man I found on Twitter

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“Hijacking Bitcoin” is a damning indictment of the turmoil and nastiness that plagued the Bitcoin community after Satoshi disappeared

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The former FTX CEO was sentenced to 25 years in jail today — and his last words before the court probably did nothing to reduce his jail time

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Sending money to an anon wallet, animal-themed memecoin is risky, sure, but that doesn’t mean that you “deserve” to get rugged

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Just because your memecoin can raise almost a million dollars to put a Shiba Inu wearing a hat on the Las Vegas Sphere doesn’t mean you should

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Just because your brand has the word burn in it doesn’t mean you have to literally set yourself on fire

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Why I’m not mad that I spent all of my bitcoin on food, rent and tennis lessons

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If you’re looking to learn more about how a blockchain oracle could potentially kill you,this is the book for you

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Valentine’s Day may inspire you to search harder for a partner, but declaring your love of crypto will not find you a perfect match

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If one of the only ways to save crypto is a return to its subculture roots, then Farcaster seems like it fits the bill

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Crypto’s lack of fashion sense (and lack of women) makes it clear that Stanley cups are not crypto enthusiasts’ water vehicle of choice

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Even though he’s head of one of America’s largest banks, Dimon doesn’t wield any kind of real power over crypto — so why can’t he shut up about it?

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2023 has seen its fair share of crypto turmoil — and everyone who’s anyone has had their own take in our opinion section

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If fans of non-fungible art can’t take criticism, it might be because their fandom has less to do with art and more to do with Number Go Up