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This pod is ok, pretty fun, but lots of hype. You can tell when pomp goads his guests to guess bitcoin price by yr end 2021 (200k, 300k). Stokes the bull market. Had prominent non bitcoiners like o’leary say they like bitcoin, and when back on, they just say they are interested in exchanges, not as much the underlying. Hes also talking a lot more about other crypto, nfts- which is something distinctly different from pure bitcoin. more
Great podcast when there are guests or actual substance, but sometimes it’s no guests and just the host with a 4-5 min update. Imo it’s not worth making an episode if it’s going to be a super short update. Just don’t even post unless it’s an episode of substance.
Pomp is the man. Great show but I wish they would add podcasting 2.0 tags so people can give value for value.
Glad I found you Pomp. Love the guests and content. Thanks.
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The Pomp Podcast launched 4 years ago and published 983 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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