Read_653 – Finding Signal in a Noisy World [Jeff Booth]

“That misinformation in the form of money wouldn’t just create polarization. Because money connects value between people and nations, it would drive a tremendous misallocation of capital and resources as individual actors in the system all made the system worse with their actions to make enough money to escape the system.” – Jeff Booth

Today we take another brief pause from the Maximalism discussion to hit an awesome “back to the fundamentals” piece from Jeff Booth that dropped just last week. How on earth do you find the signal in a world just consumed with noise? And not only that, why has everything gotten so noisy? What has led to the polarization, distrust, group bias, & breakdown of institutions in our modern world, and is there any way to fix it? Booth does an excellent job in today’s piece in making sense of our current world, with a little hope for our Bitcoin future. Don’t miss it.
Check out the original article to drop applause or explore many of the additional links to dive deeper into the content:
Links to the other piece recommended by Jeff Booth at the bottom of his article above:
• Bitcoin Energy Use is not a Problem, Here’s Why

• Bitcoin is Time

Check out our amazing sponsors and the products that Guy uses most in the space:
• Gets sats back every time you dump fiat at a store, to pay your bills, everything in your fiat life pays you sats with the Fold Debit Card and FoldApp. 20% OFF with code BITCOINAUDIBLE (
• The best place to onboard a true Bitcoiner – Stack sats automatically, withdraw automatically, and learn or get help from the best team of Bitcoiners out there with Swan Bitcoin. (
• COME HANG OUT! Join us and the Swan Bitcoin team at the Pacific Bitcoin Conference in November! Get your tickets now, 10% off with code BITOCINAUDIBLE (
• Dive into the Bitcoin only wallet, the cypherpunk calculator, and a company that has built secure Bitcoin products for nearly a decade. Code BITCOINAUDIBLE gets 5% off everything in the store! (
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Send in a voice message: