No one claps for articles. I have cried over articles, laughed while reading many of them, and recommended the best I’ve come across. But never have I clapped while or after finishing a piece of text. In fact, just picturing doing that feels embarrassing. What humans do clap for are live performances, songs, speeches, and birthday parties.
Coinbase experienced unprecedented growth over the last year, and we have now exchanged over $25 billion USD of digital currency for our customers. We’ll be using this new funding to continue scaling even further. Specifically, we will:
And with that command, the group segues into an abrupt transition. Suddenly, everyone is pedaling very rigorously, Blossym is barking motivational quips from her rostrum, and the more experienced among us (a faction to which I very clearly do not belong) begin performing some sort of interpretive dance in unison like undead extras from Thriller. We are no more than 30 seconds into our spirited trot/gyration sequence when my water bottle dramat…
…ature. And as I just mentioned, there are quite a lot of other (mathematical) ways to create order. Using math to support a project can bring a great analytical perspective and unlock a completely new set of fascinating results.