Once BITten!
Once BITten!
Oct 25, 2020
@cryptojoedirtay - Few Understand How Insolvent Drunk Uncle Sam Is. #80
1 hr 31 min

BTC $ 12,997

Today's guest on the show is @cryptojoedirtay , just another one of us #Bitcoin plebs trying to find order in a world of chaos!

Join Joe and I as we take a journey down the rabbit hole of a millennial who did all the things right. Got the grades, got the job, got the promotions then threw it all in whilst in his mid-twenties!

Listen to @cryptojoedirtay describe how he has stacked and hodld hard and how #bitcoin has changed his life and outlook for the future.

Thank you @cryptojoedirtay for reaching out and taking the step up to put your thoughts out there. Let's hope your story inspires many other young people coming in behind you!

Thank you also for being patient with the release of this show, sorry I  got swamped with content and this episode release got pushed back!

A huge thank you to @coinfloor and @obi for the continued support.

Massive thanks to @adamwoodhams1 for his awesome work and producing the show.

H/t to @hodlerthanthou and the Britcoiners @twentyoneism.

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