Blockchain is Getting Political, MEV, Uniswap’s Wells Notice Response, and More

Jun 04, 2024


Kyle and Moish explore the first crypto market structure bill to get approval, Uniswap’s response to the SEC’s Wells Notice, and a story about two brothers facing charges of stealing $25 Million in Ethereum cryptocurrency.

Learn about Dolce and Gabanna’s NFT delivery issues and potential legal ramifications, Scarlett Johansson’s OpenAI voice clash, the Bitcoin creator identity case, and more on this episode of Block & Order.

Chapter Markers:

0:00 Welcome to Block & Order

1:00 Blockchain is getting political

6:54 Dolce & Gabbana sued for delaying the delivery of DGFamily NFTs

11:05 Two Brothers Charged with Stealing $25 Million in Ethereum Cryptocurrency

15:13 Supreme Court rules against Coinbase in dispute over conflicting arbitration clauses

19:33 Uniswap Responds to SEC Wells Notice​

24:11 Lightning Round (ChatGPT/Open AI – Scarlett Johansson AI voice, Tigran in Nigeria​, Craig Steven Wright is not Satoshi)

Show Notes:

Financial Innovation and Technology for the 21st Century Act (FIT21):

Blockchain Integrity Act (BIA):

SEC Approves Spot Ethereum ETFs:

Dolce & Gabbana​:




ChatGPT/Open AI – Scarlett Johansson AI voice:

Tigran in Nigeria​: https://www.coindesk.com

Craig Steven Wright is not Satoshi Nakamoto:

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