We found 10 episodes of Bitcoin Dad Pod with the tag “bitcoin”.
Episode 40: The Only Way Out is Through
September 13th, 2022 | 1 hr 14 mins
arthur hayes, bitcoin, etherium, gazprom, janine, lyn, privacy, umbrel
Chris and the bitcoin dad discuss upgrading a bitcoin node, the cycles of value and growth investing, war time finance, and how that all means the time for bitcoin is now.
Episode 38: Legal Trollz and Staking Lulz
August 28th, 2022 | 1 hr 16 mins
bitcoin, eth, hayes, lawsuit, merge, transaction, v-byte, weight unit
Chris and the bitcoin dad discuss spurious lawsuits in bitcoin, regulatory tough talk, and how dollar liquidity is more than meets the eye. Then they dive into bitcoin transactions and what exactly a v-byte really is for some bitcoin education.
Episode 36: Going Ad Hominem
August 22nd, 2022 | 1 hr 1 min
bitcoin, brian armstrong, cardano, censorship, charles, coinbase, craig wright, eth, gloria zhao, helium, italy, nodes, nova, ofac, politico, staking
Chris and the bitcoin dad discuss a slow news week as the Eurozone slowly crumbles, frivolous lawsuits fill the air, and the Silent Depression is called out. A wholesome article on bitcoin nodes is followed up by a vicious on air murder.
Episode 34: Insiders Always Dump
August 15th, 2022 | 1 hr 10 mins
bitcoin, blackrock, dump, eth, iran, monero, ofac, tornado
Chris and the bitcoin dad cover the latest in anti-privacy sanctions, bitcoin core dust policies, and a great piece on altcoin economics.
Episode 32: Under the Curve
July 29th, 2022 | 46 mins 42 secs
bitcoin, el salvador, eu, excalibur, hayes, italy, offline, seed, spicedao
Chris and the bitcoin dad share a short conversation about the latest macro bear news, the silliest DAO of them all, and how to generate private keys offline.
Episode 29: Peak Griftonomics
July 18th, 2022 | 1 hr 47 mins
3ac, bitcoin, cbdc, celsius, energy, optech 208, privacy, voyager
Chris and the bitcoin dad have a jumbo sized conversation covering incoming CBDCs in Europe, accompanying energy FUD, why global energy markets are not going down, and how so many people don't appreciate privacy. Stay to the end for some bitcoin education covering the OP_RETURN war, your own bitcoin VPS, and Optech 208.
Episode 26: Sidechains for Sandwiches v2
July 3rd, 2022 | 1 hr 25 mins
bitcoin, btc, cryptocurrency, energy, loomis, multisig quorums, news
Chris and the bitcoin dad discuss the mounting news of crypto lending contagion, why oracles still don't work, and how the economic forecast looks inflationary. They cover the latest bitcoin optech, space chains, and how to de-materialize a sandwich.
Episode 24: Interview: Bryan Solstin, WA Candidate for US Senate
June 23rd, 2022 | 43 mins 2 secs
bitcoin, bryan solstin, conservationism, politics, senate, stem
The bitcoin dad sits down with US Senate Candidate for Washington State Bryan Solstin to discuss his bitcoin centric campaign platform. The conversation covers how a broken monetary system is slowing economic growth, fostering over consumption, and how Senate Candidate Solstin reconciles bitcoin, conservationism, and supporting the development of STEM in Washington state.
Episode 23: Bulls, Bears, and Pigs
June 20th, 2022 | 1 hr 58 mins
alden, arthur, bear market, bitcoin, cbdc, dex, etherium, hayes, lyn, macro, matrix, nfts, privacy, top shots
Chris is on the road so the bitcoin dad discusses bear market thoughts, why bitcoin is totally not dead, and talks about privacy proposals, by himself, for over an hour. If an hour of privacy talk is not your jam, skip over and stay to hear dad slay one of his heroes who has succumbed to altcoining.
Episode 22: Interview: Crypto Mom, Attorney at Law
June 18th, 2022 | 1 hr 8 mins
bitcoin, dpa, etherium, ico, law, notes, npa, ripple, sec, securities, stellar, web3
Crypto Mom, aka Jill Williamson, is a senior attorney at Gravis Law specializing in digital assets and earl stage crypto companies. She has a background in Anti-Money Laundering (AML) compliance from a career in corporate law and takes that granular view of legal compliance to the crypto industry. This discussion gets into the complexities of law, finance, and business trying to comply with the law while operating on open protocols.