MIA Coin and Harvard Management Company

Gunnar Larson g at xny.io
Wed Nov 24 23:02:20 PST 2021

MIA Coin and NYCCoin are minted from STX's potential computer software
crimes, such as perhaps manipulating blockchain computer technology.

What is worth asking is, what (if anything) does Harvard Management Company
have to do with this?

*Blockstack Token LLC (2019):*

"In connection with the sale to the QP Fund, we have formed a token
advisory board, the LP Advisory Committee, the main purpose of which is to
determine whether the above milestones have been met.  The token advisory
board consists of seven members. Three of the members, Charlie Saravia,
Zavain Dar and Rodolfo Gonzalez are designees of affiliates of the Harvard
Management Company, Lux Capital and Foundation Capital, respectively,
limited partners of the QP Fund which have purchased an aggregate of
95,833,333 Stacks Tokens; ..."

Mr. Saravia is the Managing Director at Harvard Management company (2017 -
Present): https://www.linkedin.com/in/charliesaravia

Before Harvard, Mr. Saravia was Managing Director at P1 Capital in Miami
(2014 - 2017):  https://www.linkedin.com/company/p1-capital-llc

STX denies being involved with MIA Coin, NYCCoin and CityCoins (ran by
former STX Head of Growth). So it could be totally bogus to simply wonder
about Harvard Management Company having anything to do with all this?

Professor Steven Hawking states, “A theory is a good theory if it satisfies
two requirements. It must accurately describe a large class of observations
on the basis of a model that contains only a few arbitrary elements, and it
must make definite predictions about the results of future observations...
But if the theory was mathematically consistent and always gave predictions
that agreed with observations, we could be reasonably confident that it was
the right one...”

xNY.io has no real desire to tiptoe around the tulips with NYCCoin. Seems
like STX and Harvard Management Company would never be unrelated
co-conspirators with MIA Coin, right?

Iceberg straight ahead.
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