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!
For years, Arthur van Pelt has been gathering evidence to prove that Craig Wright's claims are backed by forgeries and false statements. In this episode, the Dutchman explains how and why he does it.
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Matthew Haywood has been a software developer for 20 years, and has worked for Blockstream since 2017. As the Liquid Securities expert, he understand the dynamics and tradeoffs of Blockstream's sidechain project and explains them accordingly.
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Libbitcoin developer Eric Voskuil talks about the breakthroughs he made as a coder and his affinity and understanding of Austrian economics. Furthermore, he provides information about his Cryptoeconomics book & answers questions from Twitter followers.
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May 7th 2020 has marked the global release of Torsten Hoffmann's second documentary about Bitcoin, titled "Cryptopia: Bitcoin, Blockchains, and the Future of the Internet". In this interview, he talks about some highlights from the film.
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Wasabi Wallet creator and lead developer explains how P2EP (Pay to End Point) can make blockchain analysis obsolete, but also expresses his views on Bitcoin security and why you probably shouldn't use Samourai Wallet.
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Alessandro Cecere is a bitcoiner from Venezuela who is very passionate about Bitcoin full nodes. As the CEO and founder of Coinspree, he is looking into the most interesting and promising ways of protecting financial sovereignty with dedicated hardware.
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As a long-time bitcoiner, Francis Pouliot is both excited about the innovations coming to Bitcoin and conservative about his way of maintaining personal security. In this episode, he reveals his personal philosophy and future plans.
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Venezuelan bitcoiner Javier Bastardo reveals what it's like to spread BTC education in a country which launched its official shitcoin, and offers some tips to better protect oneself from state actors.
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Leo Wandersleb is a developer at MyCelium wallet. In his spare time, he created Wallet Scrutiny: a platform which classifies Android Bitcoin wallets on the basis of their open sourceness & verifiability.
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Bobby Lee talks about Ballet Wallet, his return to the real Bitcoin, meeting Bruce Willis, debating Nouriel Roubini, and onboarding nocoiners with a skewmorphic object that they can understand.
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