Every episode has a guest, every season has 10-12 episodes on a similar topic, and every moment tells a story which helps you understand what Bitcoin is all about. The Bitcoin Takeover is happening, so you better start binge-listening!
When he began researching Bitcoin, David St-Onge decided to purchase and read some of the most popular books on the topic. In this interview, he rates the one that he liked the most and makes recommendations about where you should begin your journey.
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For most of his life, Max Hilleband has been an avid reader of Austrian Economics. So when the El Salvador bitcoin adoption as legal tender was announced, he couldn't help but express his perspective on the praxeological & human action implications.
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In this episode, Kenichi Kurimoto & Hitomi Moriyama talk about the useful Bitcoin Lightning tools that Nayuta builds, and also comment on contemporary issues which range from monetary inflation in Japan to Bitcoin nodes and layer 3 applications.
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While most Bitcoin podcast interviews feature people who agree on almost every topic, this discussion with Knut Svanholm feels much more like a debate where we have opposing views. We talk about El Salvador, the state of sovereignty & why BTC is bullish.
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Thanks to the marvels of digital audio editing, I present you the uncompromising version of my interview with Chris DeRose. The sound quality is better & I've also restored some previously lost parts of our dialogue. Bitcoin Uncensored fans will love it!
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Ben Arc likes to call himself an anarchist. Yet unlike most bitcoiners, he doesn't subscribe to the anarcho-capitalist school of thought. Instead, he belongs to the original Proudhon left-wing tradition and Hegelian dialectics.
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Start9 Labs CEO Matt Hill explains why it's important to manage your entire digital sovereignty with simple yet powerful open source software. Embassy OS, a Raspberry Pi operating system, offers a Bitcoin & Lightning node, plus other useful applications.
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In his attempt to create prediction markets to fix our democracies, Paul Sztorc has decided to also spend some time trying to expand Bitcoin's sidechain layers with his BIP 300 Drivechain proposal. In this episode, he explains how & why he wants to do it.
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What is anarcho-capitalism? Is it really an evil corporate environment? Who builds the roads and how will people resolve disputes in the absence of a central government? Joshua Scigala imagines a world that's based on peace & free markets.
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Vlad Zamfir is known as an independent thinker who is often perceived as dangerously blasphemous by his critics. In this episode, we talk about the philosophy of absurdism, CBDCs, privacy, immutability, code is law, and Nick Szabo's legacy.
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