The second season of The Bitcoin Takeover Podcast takes off with a surprise teaser episode involving Italian BTC maximalist Giacomo Zucco.
Throughout the hour-long interview, you will get to find out more information about Mr. Zucco’s opinions on Neutrino and the security of Bitcoin, the efforts that he has made with the B in order to secure funding for developers, and the level of BTC adoption in Northern Italy and Switzerland.
Furthermore, you will get to find out more information about the Understanding Bitcoin Conference, which takes place in Malta between the 5th and the 7th of April 2019.
Enjoy this hour-long interview and expect many more surprises that may or may not involve Wassim Alsindi, Hodlonaut, R. L. Bryer, Chris DeRose, Udi Wertheimer, Pierre Rochard, Brent Philbin, and some surprise guests.
According to the 5 Rules of The Bitcoin Takeover Podcast, this second season also pursues an artistic direction. This time, it’s about travelling via train and pretending the beautiful countryside landscapes. In this particular episode, you will be seeing images from a railroad ride from Bologna to Milan, as well as a trip to Switzerland.
Somewhere in the middle you will also find some touristic attractions from Milan, which is Giacomo’s city of origin. You may also find some moment of synchronicity, where the discussions are beautifully complemented by the images. In this regard, it’s just like listening to Pink Floyd’s “The Dark Side of the Moon” while watching “The Wizard of Oz”: there are plenty of surprising moments when it all makes sense.
However, this season I won’t be presenting images that were filmed by me. Therefore, since I’m making use of other people’s footage, I feel obliged to give credit:
Tutto Treno: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ou2efUpN8o8
Timosha 21: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pq6nBBo1o5Y
Pasan Jayasinghe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xH52hGy4d7E
Samuel and Audrey: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5v1_xpcEjw
Vherra Serano: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovhmsKMkU08
If you find this episode useful in any way, you may donate BTC to the following address: 3HLoX356C6VenMfhUJULb5oSZnrsM7LYyX
According to the rules, half of each individual donation is given to the guest (who in turn, can either keep the satoshis or pass them on to a charitable cause of choice).