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Here’s what it really means… [Altucher Confidential] August 08, 2022 [WEBSITE]( | [UNSUBSCRIBE]( Is the government trying to kill crypto? Is crypto just a den of thieves, crooks, and cheats? [Hero_Image] The Great Crypto Crackdown By Chris Campbell James Answers Reader Question… “Where Are You Putting Your Money Now?” [Click here for more...]( Hi, James Altucher here… And I get asked questions all the time from my readers. Some ask me about investing. Others ask me about building a business. Still others ask me about my books. Well, I recently received a question that I wanted to personally take the time out of my day and answer… because it could impact a lot of my readers, including you. I was asked where I’m putting my money now… given that stocks, cryptos, and everything else are all crashing. It’s a good question, which is why I sat down on camera and recorded a brief video. And I want to share it with you today. [Click here now to watch.]( [Chris Campbell] CHRIS CAMPBELL Dear Reader , Phew. Lots of crackdowns going down in crypto-land lately. Alongside, there’s a narrative that these crackdowns are part of a widespread effort to “kill crypto.” Some even say it’s further proof that crypto is nothing but a den of thieves, crooks, and tricksters. Is it true? Let’s investigate these claims. And see why they’re both… to paraphrase a guy in the White House… total malarkey. Insider Trading The most prominent crackdowns as of late were on insider trading. Two guys in two separate crypto companies have been charged. 1. Nate Chastain at Opensea. 2. Ishan Wahi at Coinbase. Yes, this is a big deal. And reveals a changing of the winds in the cryptosphere. But it doesn’t spell doom. Really, it shows that regulators are increasingly seeing crypto in the same light as traditional investments. Of course, critics will say that these cases prove that crypto facilitates bad behavior. BUT… Here’s what you probably didn’t hear about these two cases: Crypto users — not officials — were the first to spot and call out both Chastain and Wahi. Nate Chastain was caught red-handed by a pseudonymous Twitter user who followed the blockchain trail. [IMG 1] And as for Ishan Wahi, a crypto influencer named Cobie was the first to catch a shady wallet front-running the Coinbase asset listings. Further investigation vindicated Cobie’s suspicion: that a Coinbase employee held the wallet. [IMG 2] Due to the radically transparent nature of the blockchain, this type of independent sleuthing is common in crypto land. So common, in fact, it’s likely the case that law enforcement spends hours each day lurking on crypto Twitter to find their next bust. Let me reiterate that: Crypto calls out bad behavior in crypto. And then, swarms of cyber gumshoes actively try to smoke the bad actors out. Also, blockchain’s radically transparent nature allows anyone to do that. Yes, crypto has plenty of faults and no shortage of scammers... But, in my experience, the industry as a whole tends not to look away, or sweep bad behavior under the rug. Unlike a lot of what we see go on in Wall Street… in Congress… and even in the holiest of holies: the Federal Reserve. Where the real insider trading has occurred. Attention! Before You Read Any Further… [Click here for more...]( Hey, it’s James. Before you read any further in today’s issue, an urgent situation needs your immediate attention. If you don’t plan on claiming this upgrade to your Altucher’s Investment Network subscription, you’re missing out on a huge opportunity. Right now is your chance to grab one of the biggest (and most valuable) upgrades our company has ever made to a newsletter. I’m taking Altucher’s Investment Network to an entirely new level and I’d hate to see you left behind. [To see how to claim your upgrade, just click here now.]( The True Insiders It’s gotta’ be one of the greatest scandals of the political class of the United States… Members of Congress can pass legislation and regulations worth billions of dollars… all the while trading the stocks of those companies. When confronted by this, Nancy Pelosi praised the free market economy: "We have a free-market economy, they should be able to participate in that.” Of course, Pelosi knows less about what a “free-market economy” means than my girlfriend’s feral cat understands what the CERN supercollider in Switzerland does. But Congress DOES understand something pretty valuable: That information asymmetry rules the markets and the world. And they’re one of an elite few who can leverage this fact with near total impunity. A report published by [research house Unusual Whales]( concluded that Congress traded $290 million in stocks, options, crypto, and other assets in 2021. “They traded more than ever,” says the research house. “And they made numerous unusually timed trades, resulting in huge gains.” Guess what else they found? Those assets outperformed the market on average. Imagine that. (And, oh yeah, Pelosi ranked #6, behind five Republicans.) [IMG 3] And not to mention the sweetheart deals that happen almost every single day. Meanwhile, the hammer will continue to come down on crypto. And more bad actors will be used as examples. But, here’s the thing… Ray Kurzweil once famously said that the world isn’t getting worse… our information is getting better. To mirror this sentiment, crypto isn’t worse than traditional finance… the information is just better. More Regulation is Coming. Here’s what you need to know: Regulation is coming. Some of it is going to go too far. Many will say it didn’t go far enough. But it’s here and it’s coming… and, ultimately, it will be a good thing. Most people are waiting for the institutions to come in and legitimize crypto. But what’s the trillions of dollars of institutional money waiting for? Regulation. It might get messy. But here’s another thing… This is one of those strange, anomalous times when you can get in before the institutions start piling in. As you might know… One of our jobs here is to find early stage cryptos we believe will come out on top AFTER the regulatory storm. Our portfolio has everything from privacy coins, infrastructure plays, and metaverse tokens… All projects we believe have the proper “staying power.” Haven’t seen our crypto portfolio yet? [Click here to see James talk about it in a recent interview.]( Until tomorrow, [Chris Campbell] Chris Campbell For Altucher Confidential Biden to Replace US Dollar? [Click here for more...]( Thanks to Biden’s Executive Order 14067, every dollar you own could be in serious jeopardy. They could be made worthless, or even confiscated – practically overnight. [Read More]( [Paradigm]( ☰ ⊗ [ARCHIVE]( [ABOUT]( [Contact Us]( Altucher Confidential is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. We do not rent or share your email address. By submitting your email address, you consent to Paradigm Press, LLC. delivering daily email issues and advertisements. To end your Altucher Confidential e-mail subscription and associated external offers sent from Altucher Confidential, feel free to [click here.]( Please read our [Privacy Statement](. For any further comments or concerns please [contact us.]( If you are having trouble receiving your Altucher Confidential subscription, you can ensure its arrival in your mailbox [by whitelisting Altucher Confidential.]( © 2022 Paradigm Press, LLC. 808 Saint Paul Street, Baltimore MD 21202. 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