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ET Podcast #12 – Proof of Plant

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The Epsilon Theory podcast is free for everyone to access. You can grab the mp3 file below, or you can subscribe at: I want to change the language of crypto from mining to growing, and I don’t mean in a metaphorical sense. I mean a proof-of-plant method for literally growing crypto tokens as a representation of the value stored in the human cultivation of plants. More generally, this is a method for the tokenization of symbolic betting markets in positive social goods. I think this is how crypto can change the world. Not as “money” and not as Bitcoin! TM and not as a security and not as this speculative coin versus that speculative coin. Not by facilitating a market of goods, but by facilitating a market of GOOD. Here’s the note that started the

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The Epsilon Theory podcast is free for everyone to access. You can grab the mp3 file below, or you can subscribe at:

ET Podcast #12 – Proof of Plant
ET Podcast #12 – Proof of Plant


I want to change the language of crypto from mining to growing, and I don’t mean in a metaphorical sense.

I mean a proof-of-plant method for literally growing crypto tokens as a representation of the value stored in the human cultivation of plants.

More generally, this is a method for the tokenization of symbolic betting markets in positive social goods. I think this is how crypto can change the world. Not as “money” and not as Bitcoin! TM and not as a security and not as this speculative coin versus that speculative coin. Not by facilitating a market of goods, but by facilitating a market of GOOD.

Here’s the note that started the conversation:


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Ben Hunt
He is the chief investment strategist at Salient, a $14 billion asset manager based in Houston and San Francisco, and the author of Epsilon Theory, a newsletter and website that examines markets through the lenses of game theory and history. Over 100,000 professional investors and allocators read Epsilon Theory for its fresh perspective into market dynamics.

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