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If (at least) one of those sounds like it doesn't mesh with the ethos of the cryptocurrency community, it's because it doesn't.*** I suppose it would be enough if they kept quiet and left others the hell alone.And it was another kind of woe-is-me white suffering that got the most airtime at the event."Banking here in Puerto Rico is ridiculous, for everyone, and [for people in the] the crypto space, it's pretty much impossible." The comment from an audience member piqued my interest.
And while the event was completely not-for-profit, with the money raised aiding four local charities, much of what was said at the conference seemed to ignore what the suffering people of Puerto Rico need, and instead focused on the commodification of everything, supposedly for the betterment of all.
*** But it's the culture the crypto community will bring to the island, no doubt.
While #Restart Week ran a series of volunteer programs, which included bringing art supplies to the local Boys and Girls Club and cleaning up the beaches, crypto enthusiasts seemed all too unaware of what constitutes a basic human need, the kind of you might have after living through the worst natural disaster in the island's history.
"The government is very pleased you all are here," said Manuel Laboy Rivera, Puerto Rico's secretary of economic development and commerce, during the morning keynote on March 15.
During his talk, Rivera, who holds the second-highest government seat on the island, announced a new advisory council that brings together government leaders and crypto entrepreneurs in an effort to spur the development of blockchain technology on the island.
Brock Pierce and crew are converting a closed-down children's museum into a commune, and until then are renting out a 20,000 square-foot hotel called the Monastery.