Let the games begin.

The 2021 Prediction Game has begun.

Happy New Year! We received over 1,000 predictions over the last 2 weeks, and now that the survey is closed, the games can begin!

We were blown away by the response to this year's Prediction Game. It took on average 57 minutes for folks to complete the survey, meaning that nearly 1,000 hours were spent researching, learning, and predicting. We've already begun going over all of your predictions and we're excited to share the insights, themes, and our favorite premonitions in the weeks to come. So far, we've already seen a lot of love for the greatly missed Chadwick Boseman, that many of you seem to be particularly interested in what Donald Trump ends up doing after he leaves office this month, and a fairly bullish position on the future of Bitcoin. We'll get into all of that in more detail in our first newsletter.

2021 is already off to a fast start, with the Georgia Senate Election taking place in just 5 days, and the Grammy awards happening at the end of the month. We'll keep you updated on all of these events, how well folks are doing on the leader board and how The Everything Index is performing. 

Oh, and there's one more thing. Throughout the year, we're also going to explore the art, science, and mysticism of predicting the future. We can't wait to get started.

Even though you can no longer participate in The Prediction Game, you can absolutely still subscribe to the newsletter. We promise it’ll be worth it. 

Here's to you, and a better year ahead. You deserve it. 

Andre

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