It’s Getting Boring — Time to Build!


Millions of portfolios in 2022 be like Depeche Mode:

Words like violence
Break the silence
Come crashing in
Into my little world
Painful to me
Pierce right through me
Can’t you understand?
Oh, my little PORTFOLIO ..

Probably nothing looks more boring than looking at prices or being glued to trading screens when emerging industries continue to thrive.

Tourists are out, more and more talent is going to come flooding the gates in second half of 2023 and from 2024 on.

The “silence” can be measured

And also the new hype cycle emerges. AI is the next bubble after crypto, AI is the next software. The AI vs crypto battle will be epic one day. Throw in state, allies, enemies and you probably end with Star Wars and Star Trek like fiction in real life.

The doubters have to drawn the doubts, the liars need to be taken out of the industry.

Now do cowboys from Yellowstone.

We need to bring people like Ackman to senses, pretty confident he ain’t no dummy or loser.

And get rid of the snake oil salesmen aka “exact opposite of Mr. Wunderkid”.

If we follow the non sense line “you can do whatever you want” — we end up back at Yellowstone, next time with a tomb stone..

Measuring the silence

AI vs Crypto

Decentralised Exchanges





Search techniques and tools vary and there are millions of data points across google search stack.

More data coming to market every second, the dumb data has never been more profoundly mis-used or misunderstood as today or in future.

we therefore commit this tech to the ground,

earth to earth,

ashes to ashes,

dust to dust;

in sure and certain hope of the Resurrection to eternal tech..

The less the hype, the less the euphoria — the more time to focus on building. The AI bubble is forming and will also eventually pop up one day.

And blockchain developers know exactly what to do — what they do best — in times like these. Time to build is now.

Good luck!

p.s.: love to jazz with curios people of any shape or form. Feel free to hit me up on twitter.



Martin Skakala,

Life is a video game. Full of laugh & anxiety. Choose your ammo wisely.