What Occurred: A preferred French DJ David Guetta is promoting his Miami condo for cryptocurrency.

The three-bedroom 2528 sq. toes is represented by the Freud Group, which is understood for working with high-profile purchasers.

In line with the Freud web site, Guetta’s pud is priced at $14 million, and the “vendor might be accepting Crypto Currencies for this transaction! (Bitcoin and Ethereum) (sic),” which might make it 398 BTC or 5838 ETH at press time.

What Else: This isn’t Guetta’s first interplay with the crypto business.

 In September, the DJ partnered with a decentralized vertical actuality platform Sensorium Galaxy.

The platform is planning to broadcast exhibits created by Guetta, who isn’t any stranger to online-only performances. He carried out a number of one-person exhibits in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic final yr.

Picture: Courtesy of Freud Group

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Failure isn’t enjoyable. However it may nonetheless educate us issues! Listed below are 4 classes we’ve discovered about entrepreneurial failure from the unimaginable tales within the first 4 episodes of SPI Media’s latest podcast, Flops.

This publish comprises minor spoilers, so if you wish to keep away from them, simply hit play on one of many observe gamers under, or go discover Flops on Apple Podcasts or wherever you prefer to hear.

All proper, on to the teachings from failure!

Failure Lesson 1: If It Appears Too Good to Be True…

(from Episode 1: “The Pyramid Scheme” with John Vuong)

Within the inaugural episode of Flops, search engine marketing skilled John Vuong joins me to debate a giant mistake he made in his twenties, when his formidable, risk-taking persona led him down a path to damage.

John bought caught up in a pyramid scheme that misplaced him $100,000.

Feasting on success

The pandemic compelled greater than three-quarters of small companies throughout the U.S. to quickly shut up store within the spring of 2020, and 1000’s have since shut down for good.

However the COVID-19 pandemic additionally led to a report variety of individuals making an attempt to begin their very own companies: 4.5 million filed new enterprise purposes in 2020, in keeping with an evaluation of U.S. Census Bureau information by the Financial Innovation Group.

That’s the very best quantity ever and a 24% improve from 2019.

 

And the momentum isn’t slowing. The Census Bureau says 492,000 new enterprise purposes have been obtained in January 2021, a 43% soar over the earlier month. Many extra casual companies are believed to have been created, typically as aspect hustles, however by no means registered.

Few cities noticed extra aspiring entrepreneurs than Miami. Though new enterprise creation was not distributed evenly