Once BITten!
Once BITten!
Jan 23, 2021
@DaveBurner10 - Coming Out Of The #Bitcoin Twitter Closet! #107
Play • 1 hr 11 min

BTC $ 32,150

Today's guest on the show is @DaveBurner10 - or is it?

This pleb wants to share his real identity and connect professionally with more people in the space as he tries to figure out a way to give back to the #bitcoin community!

Join Dave and I as we discover what lead him to the mouth of the rabbit hole and how #Bitcoin has opened his eyes to what is wrong with so much of our financial system.

How did a sudden loss of a close friend help shape Dave's thinking and what makes him feel that #bitcoin is hope?

Is there a way Dave can match his skill set to ongoing or yet to launch #bitcoin projects and help drive a #bitcoin message to as many people as he possibly can?

A huge thanks to @DaveBurner10 or @MattSmythAudio

for taking the time and having the balls to step up and want to give back to the #Bitcoin community!

Thank you:

@coinfloor @swanbitcoin for your trust and support.

@adamwoodhams1 for producing the show.

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Bitcoin Rapid-Fire
Bitcoin Rapid-Fire
John Vallis
Bitcoiner Book Club Explores Jordan Peterson's 'Maps of Meaning'
Maps of Meaning is Jordan Peterson's first book, written in the late 90's, and largely unknown to much of his following.  Nevertheless, it is an extremely profound book, dealing with the most fundamental of questions regarding the structure of reality, and how humans have attempted to comprehend it, and figure out how best to navigate it.   The book also had a profound impression on some other bitcoiners, so we decided to get together and explore it together.   It's a pretty ambititous endeavour to try to tackle this thing, and this is by no means meant to be an exhaustive analysis. I highly recommend you read the book.   Enjoy!   --   TWITTER:  Richard: https://twitter.com/rjames_BTC Robert: https://twitter.com/Breedlove22 Gigi: https://twitter.com/dergigi  Link to Book: https://www.amazon.com/Jordan-B-Peterson-Architecture-Softcover/dp/B084CTSZCH/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=maps+of+meaning&qid=1614369592&sr=8-1 More from me:        TWITTER: http://bit.ly/2P7PUjA         YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/3aBbZxg         MEDIUM: http://bit.ly/2Zk0Dex         INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/30r7IqY             If you’re in Canada, and looking to buy bitcoin, Shakepay is an excellent option. They have the fastest sign up, funding and withdrawals I’ve ever seen. They also have really great rates. Use this affiliate link to buy $100+ of bitcoin and we both get $30 for free!: https://shakepay.me/r/FEW1DR0
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Robert Breedlove
The Saylor Series | Episode 9 | Economics, Inflation, Interest Rates, and Natural Competition
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Magic Internet Money
Brad Mills
Bitcoin and Black America
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1 hr 2 min
Tales from the Crypt: A Bitcoin Podcast
Tales from the Crypt: A Bitcoin Podcast
Marty Bent
Rabbit Hole Recap: Bitcoin Week of 2021.02.22
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Fed Watch - Bitcoin and Macro
BTC Media
Tether, Powell Testimony and Bitcoin Hegemony - FED 42
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The Scoop
The Block
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The Blockchain Debate Podcast
Richard Yan
Motion: Ethereum is too early for institutional money (Lyn Alden vs. Qiao Wang)
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The Wolf Of All Streets
Scott Melker | BlockWorks Group
Achieving "Hyperbitcoinization" with Alex Adelman, CEO of Lolli
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