Jean-Michel Pailhon – Ledger
Understand all about art NFTs
What could be better for this 100th episode of La Martingale than to talk about one of the trendiest investments of the moment: NFTs? If you are not yet fully developed, we recommend starting with episode 86 with John Karp. Because today, we take the next step with our guest: “How to buy NFT works of art?”.
Christophe Vattier – Royaltiz
Betting on celebrities (or your mother-in-law) is serious and it can pay off
If we were to roughly define investment in the stock market, we could say that it is an investment via funds that makes it possible to support the growth of companies and to reap dividends according to their results. When Web 3.0 redefined the notion of ownership, entrepreneurs chose to follow this model to bet on individuals – like Presnel Kimpembé or Antoine Dupont – instead of companies. A look at a platform that opens the door to speculation on the success of tomorrow’s stars.
Pierre Morizot – Waltio
Cryptos, a tax haven?
300 million. This is the number of people in the world who, in 2022, hold cryptocurrencies. This figure continues to increase year after year. They are attracted by the potential, the philosophy, the decentralization, the desire to do without the great institutions, the ambition to make them a currency “like the others”… yes, but in the meantime, in addition to investing in cryptocurrencies, today there is talk of receiving your salary in crypto and declaring your taxes accordingly. But how can we envisage reconciling taxation with the decentralization implied by the blockchain?
Caroline Jurado – Caro’s cryptos
Crypto for dummies, back to basics
Cryptos, there are plenty of articles and videos to talk about them. Among this mass of information, we can quickly get lost and find it boring, if not inaccessible. Yet cryptocurrencies are supported by increasingly serious initiatives and are now part of the global economic landscape. Hard to miss. So if you still haven’t taken the plunge, even after 8 episodes dedicated to La Martingale, we offer you to go back to the basics with a popularizer.
Mom, I’ll explain everything about NFTs
Why pay astronomical amounts for a photograph that can be downloaded for free? Since their arrival in 2017, NFTs have been a cause of misunderstanding for a large part of Internet users. So, encouraging investment, scandalous scam or simple extension of our image on social networks… Discover their story and how to get started without losing!
Nicolas Chéron and Grégory Raymond
Is this the beginning or the end of cryptos? – Nicolas Chéron and Grégory Raymond
2021, cryptocurrencies are in the spotlight. China declares war on them while El Salvador accepts them as legal tender. Ethereum is gradually becoming more popular than Bitcoin. In short, they are all the time on all languages, but what REALLY think about cryptocurrencies?
Why own cryptos?
After exploding, collapsing in record time and finally regaining a lot of value, crypto-currencies have been talked about in 2021! And we are passionate about them. So for this first episode of the new school year, we decipher everything you need to know about the blockchain and especially we explain why buy them your own.
Owen Simonin – Just Mining
Getting into crypto at 18 and making it your business
Cryptocurrency networks are not controlled by companies but it is still necessary to ensure the security of blockchains, this is what Just Mining does.
Grégory Raymond – 21 Million
Crypto roller coaster: how to find your way around?
There are two main families of cryptocurrencies: pure cryptos whose sole purpose is to exchange value online and smart contract protocols whose purpose is to develop financial services and whose ethereum serves as fuel.
ReaIT – Invest in a loft in Chicago with 30 euros
Decentralized finance will become the norm in investment, we are only at the very beginning. Soon, everyone will be able to buy shares of any type of asset. It’s dizzying.
Manuel Valente – Coinhouse
Should we take refuge in Bitcoin?
“There are more than 4000 existing cryptocurrencies, but many have neither real interest nor real technology, and will be gone within 5 years.”
Eric Larchevêque – Ledger
Bitcoin, scam or opportunities?
“Bitcoin is now 10 years old, and its death has been announced about 359 times in the media.”