Warning: this show contains critical thinking and real conversations with real bitcoiners. Both the host and the guests are not afraid of being critical, they constantly express the unpopular opinions that others don't even dare to utter, but in the end still conclude that Bitcoin is still the best money system humanity has ever had. It's going to take over the world, but we must ensure we use all the best practices of sovereignty and self custody. If you do proceed in spite of this warning, you will have a lot to learn from genuine people who use Bitcoin all around the world. While Bitcoin's financial, social and political takeover happens, you can learn more about it on the Bitcoin Takeover Podcast!
Donald McIntyre talks about the social and anthropological elements that led to the creation of Bitcoin with an emphasis on the works of Tim May and Nick Szabo.
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John Carvalho talks about his involvement in the Bitcoin space and how the participates to the political life of the community.
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Zack Voell talks about the ways in which Bitcoin can change international relations and politics, offers more insights on his background in Austrian economics, and reveals what it's like to have a dating life as a bitcoiner.
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Cryptocurrency journalist Omar Faridi talks about the situation of Bitcoin in Pakistan, his experiences with exchanges, and how BTC adoption can help shift the power dynamics among nation states.
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Bitcoin journalist Matt B talks about his experiences as a BTC holder in Ireland and New Zealand, expresses his views on the Satoshi Nakamoto conspiracies, and comments on decentralized exchanges.
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Avi Rosten, editor at Crypto Globe, talks about how his ideological affinities have gotten him into Bitcoin, what it's like to work in crypto journalism, and how he encountered cypherpunk David Chaum.
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Anthony Lusardi talks about getting into Bitcoin, using it as a mean of exchange in New York, his take on the New York Agreement, and the purpose of altcoins in a market that's dominated and led by BTC.
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Brekkie makes use of his International Relations degree to talk about Bitcoin. You may also find more or less unfunny jokes that may or may not be related to "Rick and Morty" and XRP.
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Alena Vranova chooses to present her worldview as a PhD dropout who’s fascinated with international trade relations. In her discourse, she also made use of her experiences with communism and free market capitalism. The result is certainly remarkable.
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