Welcome to “The Chopping Block” – where crypto insiders Haseeb Qureshi, Robert Leshner, Tom Schmidt, and Tarun Chitra chop it up about the latest news. In this episode, they talk about the recent issues surrounding the Aragon Foundation, the likelihood of Montenegro becoming an ETH hub, the BRC-20s mania, and much more!


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Show highlights:

  • why Zuzalu is “Burning Man in the daytime”
  • whether Montenegro could become the “ETH El Salvador doppelganger”
  • why the Aragon Foundation alleged that they were under attack
  • why Aragon has “missed the boat on a lot of everything that’s happened in DAOs”
  • whether the Aragon Foundation is “suckling on the teat of the DAO for a fat salary”
  • whether Arca was right about wanting the Aragon treasury to be part of the on-chain governance
  • how on-chain governance can do even more than many of the investment banking functions that exist currently
  • why some Bitcoin developers want to censor BRC-20 transactions
  • why the way XEN works gives Haseeb a headache
  • whether Binance CEO CZ invented the memecoin PEPE
  • what the impact of Jump and Jane Street decreasing their market making activity is
  • where the next market makers will come from