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Welcome to The Daily Forkast, August 1st, 2022, presented by Joel Flynn for the latest in blockchain & crypto news. Coming up on today's show:

00:41 - Concerns over Ethereum delays surface, while Tether CTO says it will be supported.
01:38 - Ethereum cofounder calls Bitcoin bull Michael Saylor ‘a total clown’ and Meta’s metaverse attempts will ‘misfire’.
02:35 - CoinFlex cuts staff to reduce costs by 60%.
03:19 - US FDIC issues advisory over crypto deposits and insurance.
04:25 - The Crypto Market and the Global Economy
08:44 - Report alleges S. Korean Busan Bank employee embezzles US$1.1 mln, invests in Bitcoin.

We’ll have more on those stories — and other news shaping the cryptocurrency and blockchain world — in this episode of The Daily Forkast August 1st.

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    Francisco Gimeno - BC Analyst Forkast's program today is interesting. Just when we hear Michael Saylor is not the CEO of Microstrategy anymore (but cointnues to be in another position) after tremendous losses we read Vitalik had called him a clown. Vitalik has been on a rampage for the last four or five days, against big tech companies dealing what Metaverse, or don't understand what crypto is, and against those who use Ethereum platform to clone it to open scam platforms which mainly use Ponzi schemes. This happens just before the "Merge" in Ethereum is going to be launched, in the middle of regulatory agencies calling for a framework which can help to develop the field, protecting the players against malpractices of any kind. Forkast adds some other news which somehow are interconnected and show how digital economy is just one around the world.