Bitcoin Takeover Radio #6: Double the Fun!

You know what’s better than a radio stream which includes episodes from some of the most prolific and interesting Bitcoin podcasters? That’s right, a radio stream which adds two podcast episodes from each creator!

Since the launch of this episode got delayed, I decided to make up for it by upgrading the next radio stream. The playlist offers more than 24 hours of unique content and is programmed to keep on looping. Therefore, any time you tune in you’re gonna discover something new and find out new information about Bitcoin from a different perspective.

As always, you can listen to the playlist on Twitch (most recommended), YouTube, and my Twitter feed.

Without further ado, here is the full playlist:

  1. Bitcoin Takeover S9 E4 with Paul Sztorc
  2. Bitcoin Takeover S9 E5 with Matt Hill
  3. Join the Wasabikas Ep. 21: Alex Gladstein on Fighting Communist Police States
  4. Join the Wasabikas Ep. 22: Jeremy Rubin on Writing Bitcoin Code & Decentralization (Sapio smart contracts)
  5. 🇪🇸 Satoshi en Venezuela: P2P Exchanges and LocalCryptos Review
  6. 🇪🇸 Satoshi en Venezuela: Is Paraguay the First Domino Piece of a Bigger Game or Just Hype?
  7. Talking in Bits, Ep. 26 (China Miner Migration + BlockFi issues)
  8. Talking in Bits, Ep. 27 (This week’s latest news)
  9. Thriller Premium, S4 E29, Ultra Shit Money
  10. Thriller Bitcoin, S5 E1 (ETFs and other regulations)
  11. Shoes in Bitcoin, Ep. 20 with Alekos Filini
  12. Shoes in Bitcoin, Ep. 21 with Olga Ukolova
  13. Music Intermission (Guywithafork mix)
  14. Fun with Bitcoin, Ep. 136 with BAM
  15. Fun with Bitcoin, Ep. 134 with Lixin Liu (KeyStone)
  16. Bitcoin and…, Ep. 457, Another Hack (Thorchain)
  17. Bitcoin and…, Ep. 458, BlockedFi
  18. Guy Swann, Bitcoin Audible Read 543, There Never Was a Real Tulip Fever
  19. Guy Swann, Bitcoin Audible Read 544, Another Way To Think About Bitcoin’s Value
  20. Phil Gibson, A Boy Named Pseu, with Stephen Cole
  21. Phil Gibson, A Boy Named Pseu, with Chris Reed
  22. Bitrefill, To The Moon Podcast, Ep. 16 with Jameson Lopp
  23. Bitrefill, To The Moon Podcast, Ep. 17 with Giacomo Zucco
  24. Music Intermission
  25. Loop back to 1

*The episodes marked with 🇪🇸 are in Spanish and provide the opportunity to learn a new language or practice. It’s also a way of branching out from the usual English-centric approach to understanding Bitcoin. 

At the end of every episode, if you’re the first to open the page mentioned in the Vaultoro ad, you can claim 10 bits (1000 sats) from Vaultoro! Just like the previous times, you also get the chance to earn some bitcoins and learn about Lightning Network while broadening your views with the podcast content.

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