In today’s Exponential Investor:

  • What will finally kill email?
  • The internet gives out
  • Central banks aren’t creative, they only catch up to consumer behaviour

Today’s podcast is full of twists and turns.

Sam and I kick off today with how confusing email greetings and sign offs are and veering wildly off track to ask, what will finally be the end of email?

For years the “death” of email was meant to be coming. Yet email is still a critical business and personal tool. Sam and I think we’ve found the answer, and it’s not as exotic as you may think.

Too much rain causes Sam’s internet to drop out. That leaves me to tackle the transformation of money and what that means for central bank digital currencies (CBDCs).

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Until next time,

Shae Russell
Co-editor, Exponential Investor

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