Month: November 2019

Boomer Bucks & the Raleigh Meetup

Don’t be the oblivious boomer who lets their hard work get sucked away by that garbage Boomer Bucks currency. Be a part of the future, and Buy Bitcoin!
Another fun chat with the Raleigh Bitcoin Meetup!

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Bitcoin Fixes This

A spiraling tower of debts to pay for our previous debts. Central Banks repeating the same policies that caused our problems as their solutions. The confiscation through counterfeit of Trillions in economic production. Massive distortions of the price mechanism & monetary authorities who argue over not whether they should, but by how much they will debase our hard earned money. Bitcoin Fixes This!

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The Triumvirate of Liquidity

Today, Nik Bhatia takes us through a compressed history of the Dollar, US Treasuries, and how we found ourselves in the current global financial mess. What are the safe-haven assets of the future, what will happen to the demand during these uncertain times, & what will be Bitcoin’s role?

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The Bitcoin Reformation

At the end of the 16th century, a rag tag group of rebel intellectuals and entrepreneurs founded a country on some of the least desirable land in Europe—so often flooded that it needed hundreds of miles of moats – while fighting an eighty year long war against the largest empire in the world.

From this struggle and melting pot of ideas emerged the Dutch and British golden ages, innovative economic institutions that changed the world, as well as one of America’s most successful socio-economic experiments: New York City.

This report makes the case that the 21st century emergence of bitcoin, encryption, the internet, and millennials are more than just trends; they herald a wave of change that exhibits similar dynamics as the 16-17th century revolution that took place in Europe.

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Bitcoin is Not Too Slow

The 5th installment of the always fascinating “Gradually, then Suddenly” series from Parker Lewis and Unchained Capital. What is the real problem that Bitcoin solves, and how does it compare to the alternatives? Are mass payments an impossible problem, and isn’t Bitcoin too slow to be global money?

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Bitcoin for Self Defense with Max Hillebrand

Diving down the rabbit hole on the amazing privacy technologies in Bitcoin, what they are, how they can be used, and how it might change our interactions with the Bitcoin timechain in the future. Don’t miss an awesome chat with Max Hillebrand.

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Money, Networks, Blockchains, & Bitcoin

The much deserved Guy’s Take episode as a dedicated follow-up to the amazing work of “The Bitcoin Time Vol 1.” There just wasn’t enough time to do it justice during the read, so today I give my take on the plethora of ideas conveyed in Alek Svetski’s awesome work!

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On Sovereignty with Knut Svanholm

The author of the incredible work we covered last week, Bitcoin: Sovereignty Through Mathematics, joins us on the show today to talk all about the foundations of his thinking, what sovereignty really means, why we should question our monetary priests, whether we are living in an Orwellian nightmare, or the new renaissance, human inability to understand complex systems, the gullible collective, & why we should all be more “posimistic.” 😆

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