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S1 E9: Crypto Brekkie (Brekkie van Bitcoin) on Loving Bitcoin, International Relations, and What BTC Can Do For Arts and Entertainment


Crypto Twitter personality Brekkie van Bitcoin (formerly known as Crypto Brekkie) makes use of his degree in International Relations to talk about Bitcoin's position in world politics.

Throughout the episode, you will find an interesting balance of jokes and serious discussions that may shine a light on what this politically-neutral cryptocurrency is all about and might turn you into a fan of the cult hit "Blockchain and Morty". 

Furthermore, Mr. Brekkie also provides insight on the prospects of becoming the Johnny Carson (or Jimmy Kimmel) of crypto in a new network television show.

What makes this episode a must-listen: If you’re a fan of Brekkie’s work, then this is basically him before he became a famous Bitcoin-only advocate. We don’t talk much about international relations, but we definitely express views about the future of art before either of us became aware of Bitcoin NFTs.

The element of surprise: Brekkie is not German, but at the time enjoyed using a slightly exaggerated Deutsch accent. It’s hilarious and maybe that it should make a comeback sometime.

Categories | Season 1


Filetype: MP3 - Size: 77.64MB - Duration: 1:36:55 m (112 kbps 44100 Hz)