With What Bitcoin Did, host Peter McCormack talks to experts in the world of Bitcoin, economics and politics. From developers to investors, journalists to authors, you will learn about everything in the world of Bitcoin.
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“A lot of people, particularly intellectuals, like to complain about our consumerist culture in America. Well, what creates a consumerist culture? A monetary policy that destroys the long-term value and reward for saving your own money.” more
“I’ve already come to the conclusion that with or without me, with or without you, with or without anyone in this room, Bitcoin will be the money of the world. So it’s up to us to make sure that it’s actually freedom money and not cuck money.” more
“In the long run, Bitcoin will have been a story about when a bunch of imperfect humans met a perfect machine, and what happened - that’s the story of Bitcoin.” more
“What Bitcoin did” is one of my favorite Bitcoin-podcasts. Peter McCormack is an important podcast-host in the Bitcoin-revolution asking other questions, and challenging groupthink. more
So glad I found this pod. Interesting discussions with very interesting people. Add this to your list if you’re a lifelong learner. It’s not just about crypto at all. Keep up the good work
I enjoy listening to Peter and his guests
The best podcast for people going down the Bitcoin Rabbit Hole. Some of the older series are incredible eg The Mt Gox series.
Massive fan of the show and what an amazing back and forth this was. Who cares about price when you have a conversation with Robert Breedlove. Nice work Pete Mac!
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What Bitcoin Did launched 5 years ago and published 300 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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