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Paul Krugman or…LaMelo Ball?

Charlotte Hornets guard LaMelo Ball will become the first athlete to enter the world of dynamic nonfungible tokens (NFTs) when he releases a set of 500 prior to the announcement of the NBA Rookie of the Year in June, ESPN has learned. NFTs are unique blockchain-based tokens that give owners...
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Cryptocurrencies a Ponzi scheme – Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman

Dave Portnoy also believes crypto is a ponzi after losing BTC investment. Paul Krugman, an American economics professor and a Nobel laureate winner has described cryptocurrencies as a long-running Ponzi scheme. Although the American Professor is a known crypto critic, he made this comment against the backdrop of the falling...
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Crypto is a Long-Running Ponzi Scheme, Says Nobel Prize Winner Paul Krugman

Paul Krugman – Nobel Prize laureate – believes that crypto is a Ponzi scheme that can last for the next decades. Prominent American economist Paul Krugman once again shared his negative stance towards cryptocurrencies. He compared a Ponzi scheme. Taking Aim at Crypto. The most recent adverse price developments in...
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Crypto Is "Long-Running Ponzi Scheme," Writes Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman

In his latest op-ed for the New York Times, prominent American economist Paul Krugman is once again taking aim at crypto, describing it as “a long-running Ponzi scheme.”. The Nobel laureate argues that Ponzis can survive for that long and mentions Bernie Madoff’s infamous investment scam as an example:. But...
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Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman Says Bitcoin Cult Can Survive "Indefinitely"

After trashing Bitcoin since its very inception, Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman has now given up on predicting its “immediate demise,” according to his new tweet. Krugman believes that the cult-like digital currency will always be able to find new believers who will make sure that it survives indefinitely:. But...
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Paul Krugman Continues to Dismiss Crypto as "Techno Babble"

During his recent CNN interview, American economist Paul Krugman made it clear that he still wasn’t a fan of crypto in spite of the massive rally. The Nobel laureate called the new asset class “a combination of libertarian derp and techno babble." Krugman emerged as one of Bitcoin’s harshest critics...
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New York Times columnist Paul Krugman suggests 'rampaging mobs' that looted cities were GOP make-believe

New York Times columnist Paul Krugman suggested on Thursday that the violence that has plagued cities over the past year was a figment of Republicans' imagination. Krugman knocked Republicans on Twitter for "only" being concerned about illegal immigration and the deficit in comparison to Democrats, who according to a Pew study are overwhelmingly concerned about gun violence, racism, the coronavirus, climate change, affordable healthcare, and economic inequality.
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New York Times columnist Paul Krugman suggests 'rampaging mobs' that looted cities were GOP make-believe

New York Times columnist Paul Krugman suggested on Thursday that the violence that has plagued cities over the past year was a figment of Republicans' imagination. Krugman knocked Republicans on Twitter for "only" being concerned about illegal immigration and the deficit in comparison to Democrats, who according to a Pew study are overwhelmingly concerned about gun violence, racism, the coronavirus, climate change, affordable healthcare, and economic inequality.
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PAUL KRUGMAN: Do the math

Will Andrew Yang, the current front-runner, become New York City's next mayor? If he wins, would he be any good at the job? I have no idea, although I'm skeptical about the latter. My guess is that the mayoral office needs an effective political brawler, not an intellectual, and Yang,...
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Writers On A New England Stage: Paul Krugman

The Exchange presents a special broadcast of Writers on a New England Stage with economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman. Host Peter Biello spoke with Krugman about his new book Arguing With Zombies, in which Krugman writes about zombie ideas--those arguments that persist in American political debates even though they’ve been proven false.
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Paul Krugman Thinks You'll Be Happier With Fewer Choices. Nonsense.

Writing in The New York Times, Nobel Prize-winning columnist Paul Krugman offers a unified theory of everything wrong with America: We're just too free to choose. Krugman says this is the lesson to be learned from last month's energy crisis in Texas that left some of the state's residents—people who had freely chosen to sign-up for variable rate offerings from their electric service providers—with sky-high bills when demand surged as the state's generating supply crashed. People can't be trusted to choose their electric service, he argues, because some will make ill-informed decisions that come with unexpected costs. From there, he expands this thesis to a general principle, one that he says is to blame for everything from rising health insurance premiums to the subprime mortgage meltdown of a decade ago.
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PAUL KRUGMAN: Et Tu, Ted? Why deregulation failed

EDITOR'S NOTE: Paul Krugman is a New York Times columnist and a Distinguished Professor at the City University of New York Graduate Center. He won the 2008 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his work on international trade and economic geography. Nobody is ever fully prepared for natural disaster....