HODL That Thought Podcast #13: Taking crypto to the streets
This week we take it to the streets to see what the average Joe knows about cryptocurrency! Not much, as it turns out. In fact, Graham is forced to interview a couple seagulls, and even they snub him. Must be the Irish accent. All that, plus your requisite William Shatner news.
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Moving the Needle
- 3:03 – Crypto won’t boil the oceans
- 6:47 – Apple closes down crypto mines
- 8:57 – South Korea’s crypto conundrum
- 10:53 – BitKHAAAAAAAN!
- 15:50 – Dogecoin is a good boy, yes he is
- 21:19 – Mere Crypstianity
Are You Broke Yet?
- 24:55 – Adam explains the new format
- 31:55 – Graham and Richard see what the common man knows about crypto
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