Podcast

Since January 2019, the Bitcoin Takeover Podcast takes on the challenge of presenting some of the most interesting voices from the Bitcoin space. Available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and every other major podcasting platform, BTCTKVR will help you learn and understand some of the technical, social, and political intricacies from this fascinating and bourgeoning world. The podcast is structured in seasons of 10-12 episodes each, with a focus on a certain theme. Basically, every new season dives deeper down the rabbit hole to discover yet another dimension and microcosm. So grab your hi-fi headphones, sit back, and enjoy listening to the show!

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S11 E1: Pavlenex & Kukks on BTCPay Server, Soft Simon on Mempool

BTCPay Server and Mempool.space are two of my favorite Bitcoin projects. They're uncompromisingly open...

Preview: BTCTKVR Podcast Season 10

The Bitcoin Takeover Podcast keeps on keeping it real with season 10. This time...

The First 109 Episodes of the Bitcoin Takeover Podcast

Much like Satoshi Nakamoto's decentralized money system, the Bitcoin Takeover Podcast was launched in...

S9 E10: David St-Onge on Bitcoin Books

When David St-Onge fell down the Bitcoin rabbit hole, he took his studying very...

S9 E9: Max hillebrand on Praxeology, Human Action & El Salvador

Before getting into Bitcoin, Max Hillebrand was an avid reader of Austrian Economics. He...

S9 E8: Kenichi Kurimoto & Hitomi Moriyama on Nayuta, Bitcoin & Lightning

When we talk about Bitcoin, our perspective is mostly American-centric – with some exceptions...

S9 E7: Knut Svanholm on Sovereignty & Bitcoin in El Salvador

Knut Svanholm is the kind of bitcoiner who looks for the bullish perspective into...

S9 E6: Ben Arc on Anarchism’s Left-Wing Origins

Ben Arc is one of the very few bitcoiners who openly adhere to the...

S9 E5: Matt Hill on the Philosophy of Sovereignty

Today, sovereignty is more important than ever. As the internet centralizes around a handful...

S9 E4: Paul Sztorc on the Philosophy of Drivechains and Prediction Markets

In the beginning, Paul Sztorc realized that he can fix the inefficiencies of modern...

S9 E3: Joshua Scigala on the Philosophy of Anarcho-Capitalism & Voluntaryism

Imagine there's no government, it's easy if you try. Roads still built by privates,...

S9 E2: Vlad Zamfir on The Philosophy of Absurdism & Szabo’s Law

When I first tweeted about having interviewed Vlad Zamfir on a Bitcoin podcast, the...

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