Marvin Ammori, Head of Policy at Protocol Labs, is the latest to sit for CoinDesk Confessional. 

This short survey, based on the storied Proust Questionnaire, is designed to get to the heart of the respondent’s personality – or so thought its namesake novelist. CoinDesk’s version asks the cryptic crypto questions you’ve always wanted answers to. 

Your favorite blockchain protocol? 
Bitcoin.

Your #1 favorite crypto hero? 
Hal Finney.

Who has done the most for crypto? 
Other than the usuals, Jack Dorsey.

What would you value bitcoin at today? 
I trust markets to value bitcoin.

One word on how you got into crypto? 
Activism.

What should crypto disrupt next? 
Banks.

Would you stake it all? 
By working in the industry, you are staking it all.

Permissioned or permissionless? 
Permissionless! I spent decades working on policies to enable permissionless communications and now value transfers. 

Your best example of sovereignty? 
Robert Hale’s theory of property.

Your net worth? 
Is more than money (also, is this a questionnaire or an extortion scheme).

Technical Analysis or lucky bets? 
Lucky bets.

What defines Satoshi? 
His anonymity.

Is the crypto economy one or many? 
Many.

What would you censor from your life? 
Social media.

When and where were you when you first heard about BTC? 
Probably 2012, in my kitchen and someone was talking about Silk Road, but I didn’t look into it again until activists started using it. 

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Do you like the sound of money printing? 
No.

What is a derivative of a derivative? 
My favorite Disney movies as a kid. 

Your favorite non-crypto book? 
100 Years of Solitude.

Anonymous or pseudonymous?
Anonymous.

What has crypto wrought? 
Definitely not enough. More to come.

What’s the first thing on your bucket list? 
Write a sci-fi novel.

What do you not understand? 
US political preferences.

Your main hero characteristic? 
Courage.

What is your current state of mind? 
Optimistic…

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