HODL That Thought Podcast #11: The Pillar Project looks to flip the script on retail
Graham Cooke gets bumped up from featured player to regular cast as we add a charming Irish accent to the mix! Liz commemorates Bitcoin pizza day, while Adam imagines a single dummy getting taken for a ride by crypto scammers.
We also chat to the Pillar Project’s Drew Harding, who shares how crypto is flipping the script on retail.
Then, Adam shares how Bitcoin stacks up to gambling, and his sad tale of casino woe.
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Moving the needle
- 3:25 – India puts GST on crypto
- 6:02 – Your weekly John McAfee crazy update
- 9:09 – Crypto scams on the rise
- 12:32 – Pizza day for Bitcoin
- 15:33 – Ellen gets Punk’d
- 22:48 – 17:44 – Scamming the scammers
Tales from the Crypto – Interview with the Pillar Project’s Drew Harding
- 23:34 – Drew explains the Pillar project and how crypto changes retail
- 26:24 – Why Pillar doesn’t need more investors
Are you broke yet?
- 27:46 – Liz
- 28:21 – Adam
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