HODL That Thought Podcast #15: Dumb things you can buy with Bitcoin
This week on HODL That Thought, we explore the dumb things you can buy with Bitcoin. Plus, we find out why kidnappers are turning to crypto, get a sneak peek at a possible Satoshi Nakamoto autobiography and discuss breaking into space. All that, and why wannabe beekeepers should start with one bee and work their way up.
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How much does the average person know about crypto? Graham and Richard decide to find out, and get nearly universally snubbed. At one point, a couple seagulls even give them the cold shoulder. It’s tough to watch. Plus, Shatner backflips on Bitcoin.
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Moving the Needle
- 2:40 – Iceland banks on Bitcoin bust
- 7:03 – The crypto rich list
- 11:22 – Space, the final crypto frontier
Are You Broke Yet
- 36:11 – Dumb things you can buy with Bitcoin
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