So you thought your crypto transactions were private? Think again

What does crypto have to do with free speech? Cryptos were built to be censorship-resistant, which means you could keep your crypto transactions private and beyond the prying eyes of governments. That's been upended by a recent case in the United States which has huge implications for cryptos going forward. Daniel Pickering, chief investment officer of ListedReserve in Australia, explains what this means for cryptos in the years ahead. Also, if you’re confused by NFTs and terms like Web3, all will be explained.