What it Means To Be Pseudonymous and How One Engages With The Crypto World

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For many in the crypto community, the practice of pseudonymity for security and privacy is common. But is there a downside of pseudonymity? In our society especially, we are all too often familiar and perhaps too comfortable with sharing our identity or at least some form of it with others. Does that make it hard for us to interact with those around us who choose to remain anonymous? For an interesting analysis of how pseudonymity affects how we interact with people, “Money Reimagined,” hosts Michael Casey and Shiela Warren speak with guest Punk 6529. The identity and voice of the person behind this pseudonym will not be disclosed, and therefore, both the video and audio have been modulated.

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