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.
November 19th, 2022 | 1 hr 15 mins
crypto.com, email, ftx, inflation, japan, lightning, sbf, wallets
Chris and the bitcoin dad discuss the latest FTX ponzi fallout, contagion in the crypto industry, economic warning signs and the bitcoin education section in the show's history. This is a big episode.
October 25th, 2022 | 57 mins 38 secs
bank of england, csw, hodlnaut, japan, optech, venetians
Chris and the bitcoin dad banter over a slow news week as Etherium's OFAC compliant block count inches towards 100%. CSW fails in his case vs hodlnaut, perhaps ending his near decades long fraud of claiming to be Satoshi Nakomoto, and bitcoin development ticks on, getting better and better.
July 24th, 2022 | 1 hr 40 mins
banking, boj, chainalysis, chainlink, china, coinjoin, dhiram, digiconomist, ecb, elon, energy, fee sniping, fud, gerard, hayes, japan, l1, legard, mixers, powell, rotation, russia, tail emision, tesla, uae
Chris and the bitcoin dad wildly speculate on rumors of who really killed the crypto lending market, hints of miner issues in the bitcoin dev list, and how Europe, China, and Japan are melting down. Is this the last crisis before hyperbitcoinization or will we have to go through this all again?