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HODL That Thought Podcast #15: Dumb things you can buy with Bitcoin

Adam Smith 2 August 2018 NEWS

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


  • 20:13 – Kidnappers turning to crypto
  • 23:17 – Satoshi Nakamoto’s autobiography
  • 27:41 – A walk through the crypto graveyard
  • Are You Broke Yet

  • 31:15 – Liz
  • 32:13 – Adam
  • 32:56 – Graham
  • Decrypted

    • 36:11 – Dumb things you can buy with Bitcoin

    Shownotes at: https://www.finder.com/hodl-that-thought-podcast-14-akons-crypto-utopia


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