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Crypto Explorers Goes On The Road1


The Crypto Explorers community was seeded right here on AVC. It is a community of over 200 people who are working in the crypto sector, interested in the crypto sector, and/or are invested in the crypto sector. They have taken five group trips to Zug Switzerland (Crypto Valley) and built friendships, learned a ton, and had some fun too. I found out yesterday that they are going global now, with planned trips to other crypto hot spots around the world. The next trip is in a couple weeks to Singapore on November 26-27. And spots like Korea, Hong Kong, Malta and eventually the Americas are also on the roadmap. If you want to join this community of crypto travelers and join the trip to Singapore, you can do that here. https://avc.com/2018/11/crypto-explorers-goes-on-the-road/

Crypto Explorers Goes On The Road1


The Crypto Explorers community was seeded right here on AVC. It is a community of over 200 people who are working in the crypto sector, interested in the crypto sector, and/or are invested in the crypto sector. They have taken five group trips to Zug Switzerland (Crypto Valley) and built friendships, learned a ton, and had some fun too. I found out yesterday that they are going global now, with planned trips to other crypto hot spots around the world. The next trip is in a couple weeks to Singapore on November 26-27. And spots like Korea, Hong Kong, Malta and eventually the Americas are also on the roadmap. If you want to join this community of crypto travelers and join the trip to Singapore, you can do that here. https://avc.com/2018/11/crypto-explorers-goes-on-the-road/

Crypto Explorers Goes On The Road1


The Crypto Explorers community was seeded right here on AVC. It is a community of over 200 people who are working in the crypto sector, interested in the crypto sector, and/or are invested in the crypto sector. They have taken five group trips to Zug Switzerland (Crypto Valley) and built friendships, learned a ton, and had some fun too. I found out yesterday that they are going global now, with planned trips to other crypto hot spots around the world. The next trip is in a couple weeks to Singapore on November 26-27. And spots like Korea, Hong Kong, Malta and eventually the Americas are also on the roadmap. If you want to join this community of crypto travelers and join the trip to Singapore, you can do that here. https://avc.com/2018/11/crypto-explorers-goes-on-the-road/

Crypto Explorers Goes On The Road1


The Crypto Explorers community was seeded right here on AVC. It is a community of over 200 people who are working in the crypto sector, interested in the crypto sector, and/or are invested in the crypto sector. They have taken five group trips to Zug Switzerland (Crypto Valley) and built friendships, learned a ton, and had some fun too. I found out yesterday that they are going global now, with planned trips to other crypto hot spots around the world. The next trip is in a couple weeks to Singapore on November 26-27. And spots like Korea, Hong Kong, Malta and eventually the Americas are also on the roadmap. If you want to join this community of crypto travelers and join the trip to Singapore, you can do that here. https://avc.com/2018/11/crypto-explorers-goes-on-the-road/

An Emoluments Suit Against Trump Is Moving Ahead. We Spoke to a Plaintiff About What’s Next. — “Trump, Inc.” Podcast Extra


Trump, Inc. Exploring the Mysteries of the President’s Businesses Find “Trump, Inc.” wherever you get your podcasts. There’s lots of talk about congressional investigations of the Trump administration that may be coming. Meanwhile, there is already a push to pull back the veil on the president’s conflicts. And it’s making progress. This month, a federal judge ruled that Maryland and Washington, D.C., can move ahead with a lawsuit claiming the president has violated the Constitution’s Emoluments Clause, which bars presidents from accepting payments from foreign and state governments without congressional approval. That means the president may soon have to turn over all sorts of documents related to his businesses. We spoke about the case with one of the lawyers behind it, District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine. Racine explains that the Emoluments Clause is the “country’s first anticorruption law.” The framers created it to “ensure that a president the United States as well as other federal officers would be loyal to the interest of the United States, not to their purses or to their pocketbooks.” Listen to the Episode The Department of Justice has fought the case, disputing that the president is violating the Emoluments Clause. “This case, which should have been dismissed, presents important questions that warrant immediate appellate review,” a department spokesman said after the judge’s order. Racine also talked with us about what exact documents they’re hoping to get, and the time a Republican Congress investigated whether another president was receiving emoluments. (He wasn’t.) Listen to the whole episode. Get More Trump, Inc. Stay up to date with email updates from WNYC and ProPublica about their ongoing investigations. You can contact us via Signal, WhatsApp or voicemail at 347-244-2134. Here’s more about how you can contact us securely. You can always email us at [email protected]. And finally, you can use the postal service: Trump Inc at ProPublica 155 Ave of the Americas, 13th Floor New York, NY 10013 “Trump, Inc.” is a production of WNYC Studios and ProPublica. Support our work by visiting donate.propublica.org or by becoming a supporting member of WNYC. Subscribe here or wherever you get your podcasts.