July 16th, 2023 | 1 hr 4 mins
1970s bank lending, bank lending, bitcoin, broad money growth, centralizing staking, conventional central bank economics, deflation, dumping on retail, eth, ethereum, federal reserve, fine, fiscal deficits, fiscal dominance, gdp, government debt crisis, government spending, howey test, inflation, inflation and financial repression, inflation perspective, interest rate hikes, interest rates, international monetary fund, japan, lido, liquid staking tokens, lyn alden, market update, monetizing deficits, money creation, proof of stake, public debt, ripple, sec, selling xrp tokens, sovereign debt, usg debt, xrp tokens
Chris and the bitcoin dad discuss XRP's partial victory over the SEC, Lyn Alden's inflation and interest rate research, and how proof of stake has centralized Etherium validation.
October 6th, 2022 | 2 hrs 15 mins
btc, cash, drivechain, eth, namecoin, paul, sztorc, tornado
Paul joins the bitcoin dad as the show's first guest host while Chris tours the West Coast. They discuss the news, drivechains, scaling bitcoin, why Ethereum was a scam and might be...somewhat not scammy today? As well as activating softforks with viral videos.
September 5th, 2022 | 1 hr 22 mins
btc, coinmetrics, eth, iran, kansass city fed, merge, zoltan
Chris and the bitcoin dad discuss Lyn Alden's comprehensive Bitcoin and lightning paper, how the Federal Reserve thinks government spending creates inflation, and accidentally debunk modern monetary theory in the process. Proof of stake is also a casualty of this conversation.
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.
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.
August 18th, 2022 | 38 mins 6 secs
eth, ofac, ripple, sanctions, tornado cash, xrp
Jill Williamson educates the bitcoin dad on OFAC, why it can sanction basically anything it wants, how Tornado Cash is likely a legitimate sanction target, and legal protections of financial privacy (spoiler: there are none). They also touch on recent SEC vs Ripple developments and how they will change many aspects of regulatory guidance.
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.
June 4th, 2022 | 1 hr 57 secs
bitcoin, eth, exit liquidity, hex, lobbying, progressive
Chris and the bitcoin dad talk the latest political attacks on bitcoin, why being successful can hurt your ability to understand, and how altcoin projects turn community into exit liquidity.
April 30th, 2022 | 1 hr 40 mins
119, bip, btc, eth, lido, opctv, pos, pow, rubin
The hosts grapple with the complexities of bitcoin upgrades, etherium has already failed, a surprise entrant adopts bitcoin, and court controversy by saying bitcoin is NOT a store of value...yet. Stay for the end to hear the dramatic next chapter of Chris' son's Roblox adventures.
April 23rd, 2022 | 1 hr 53 mins
algocoin, btc, eth, imf, iron, justinsun, luna, netdata, photoprism, taro, terra
The Bitcoin Dad and Chris barely keep to their script and side talk on subjects like system monitoring, monero scaling, and social credit in the Middle Kingdom. Also, the IMF reveals that bitcoin is probably already won, Jihan Wu and Justin Sun are given conditional invites, and the boosts could have been an extra episode.