Cryptography was not destined before I was accused of being vigilant. Rumors of the cryptocurrency Armageddon are highly exaggerated. The provocative title is taken from a cheeky ad that Coinbase, the world’s largest cryptocurrency company, declared at the US Super Bowl earlier this year, “Cryptocurrencies are dead, long-lived cryptocurrencies.” Other crypto companies will fight for their lives as they dismiss their people and withdraw their offer letters. The crypto market has sunk to one-third of its peak and some major players have stopped Bitcoin withdrawal as an urgent liquidity measure. Completely skeptical. Foretelling the advent of crypto, blockchain, and Web3 as the next arrival, tech experts have begun to tweet about their imminent death. In my view, crypto is not dead and does not predict the eclipse of the technology behind it. Blockchain.