A JPMCoin for your thoughts

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On Valentine’s Day this year, the same day I chose to brush off my Twitter handle and shake the rust off my writing muscles, my former employer came out with an announcement that ever-so-briefly took over Crypto Twitter:

It’s been only a year or less since I officially left the House of Morgan to jump head-first into the Web 3.0 Industry, but the time away has given me the chance to reflect on my experience and begin sorting out the good and the bad. The exhilaration… and the exhaustion. The pride… and the humbling. It was a damn fun ride.

Distance not only gives nostalgia, but perspective, and maybe objectivity.
Robert Morgan

While I don’t claim objectivity in any sense, the distance has given me plenty of perspective — some of which I captured in a 30+ tweets-long thread here:

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ex-Blockchain Strategy Lead @ JPM. prev @ffvc @Wharton

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