You're Invited To Austin

Join us for the largest event at Consensus 2024

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GM. We’re throwing two massive events in Austin next week for Consensus you won’t want to miss. Slack is stealing our data to train its AI, and Morgan Stanley is buying lots of Bitcoin.

Without Further Ado. ☕ *knuckle cracks* ☕ Let’s get into it.

Today’s Specials:
  • Your invite to Consensus ‘24 in Austin

  • Digital Traceability

  • Slack is scraping your data for AI (duh)

Your Invite To Consensus 2024

It’s that time of year again. Come boogie with us on May 29 + May 30. This is your exclusive invitation opening night at Consensus.

Join the Supernova team for a night of festive programming, live performances, and surprise acts.🔥

Night 1: THEORIQ Presents Web3’s Next Frontier at Superstition

6:00-8:30 PM Networking / Panels / Demos

8:30 PM - 2:00 AM Main Event

Venue: 110 E. Riverside Dr. SUPERSTITION 12,000 sq. ft across multiple floors and 2 speakeasy lounges. 🏆🏆

access code: BTC

Night 2: A Night In Rome

BTC Ordinals and Friends.

Venue: ROMA at 309 E 3rd St (across the street from Consensus)

Join us for networking, live performances and surprise acts.

8:00 PM - 12:00 AM Main Event / Networking / After Party

12:00 AM - 2:00 AM KARAT COMBATE After Party hosted by Nic Carter

access code: BTC

Weekend Alpha – What To Watch 👀

  • Morgan Stanley discloses $270 million investment in Grayscale Bitcoin ETF (CNBC)

  • Coinbase says market 'underestimating' timing and odds of spot Ethereum ETF approval (The Block)

  • ​​El Salvador mined nearly 474 bitcoins, adding to state crypto holding, in the last three years (Reuters)

  • AI Eats The Web (Axios)

  • Slack has been scanning your messages to train its AI models (Yahoo!)

  • OpenAI strikes Reddit deal to train its AI on your posts (The Verge)

A Trend To Watch 🔎: Digital Traceability

Supernova CBO Mike Gubman on Digital Traceability:

Digital Traceability for real-world goods is a trend to watch. 

With the EU launching Digital Product Passports (DPP), we will see a global push for consumer transparency. People want to know that the clothing and home goods they buy are made safely and sustainably, especially for luxury and large purchases.

There are multiple approaches to sharing digital traceability. Aura Blockchain has been building its approach for years, with live examples from various apparel houses. I expect we'll see this trend move to mass-market apparel over the next year.

Michael Gubman

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