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Bitcoin Fixes This

Bitcoin Fixes This

By Jimmy Song
We explore the impact that Bitcoin will have in all aspects of society.
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Bitcoin Tech Talk #239: Resisting the Siren Song of Altcoins
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May 10, 2021
Bitcoin Fixes This #41: Film and Entertainment with American HODL
American HODL is a Bitcoiner, Twitter personality and Clubhouse addict. He’s also been in the film and entertainment industry for a long time. We talk about where entertainment went wrong, why hollywood produces sequel after sequel and what the economic incentives are. HODL also argues that entertainment will become better under a Bitcoin standard.
May 6, 2021
Bitcoin Tech Talk #238: The Future is Bitcoin only
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May 3, 2021
Bitcoin Fixes This #40: Oil and Gas with Marty Bent
Marty Bent is a prolific podcaster and Bitcoin entrepreneur. We talk about energy, oil and gas and the economics of the industry. Marty also tells us about energy output being good for civilization, the role of the petrodollar and the uniqueness of oil. Finally, we talked about how BItcoin is going to change the energy industry going forward.
April 29, 2021
Bitcoin Fixes This #237: Learning Better Investment Habits
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April 26, 2021
Bitcoin Fixes This #39: Metaphysics with Robert Breedlove
Robert Breedlove is a Bitcoiner, Entrepreneur and philosopher. We talk about philosophy, economics and Bitcoin’s intersection between the two. Robert also tells us about capital allocation, risk mitigation and morality. Finally, we talked about price, logos and civilization consequences of the money we have.
April 22, 2021
Bitcoin Tech Talk #236: Investing under a Bitcoin Standard
April 19, 2021
Bitcoin FIxes This #38: Food with Awayslice
Awayslice is a Bitcoiner, Chef and the proprietor of the beefsteak dinners. We talk about food, its cultural impact and its relational significance. We also talked a good deal about various diets like keto, vegetarianism and carnivory. Finally, we talked a good deal about how low time preference behavior from Bitcoiners affects their food choices.
April 15, 2021
Bitcoin Tech Talk #235: Why we need Bitcoin
April 12, 2021
Bitcoin Fixes This #37: Risk Management with Tone Vays
Tone Vays is a former risk manager on wall st, Bitcoin trader, and YouTube star. We talk about risk modeling, why the economy keeps having giant shock events like 2008 and how groupthink naturally leads to higher risk.  Tone also tells us why Bitcoin belongs in your portfolio but alts don’t, why he’s so passionate about Bitcoin education and his price predictions for the next year.
April 8, 2021
Bitcoin Tech Talk Issue #234: Everything is a Search for Yield
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April 5, 2021
Bitcoin Fixes This #36: Adversity with CJ Wilson
CJ Wilson is a former all-star baseball player, car nut and Bitcoiner. We talk about his journey to being a major league baseball player, the mechanics of throwing a ball and how he overcame various injuries and setbacks. CJ also tells us about the mental side of baseball, what it takes to get to a high level and his journey as a Bitcoiner.
April 1, 2021
Bitcoin Fixes This #35: Traditional Trading with Jon Najarian
Jon Najarian is an options trader, former football player and host of CNBC’s Halftime Report. We talk about traditional trading, options as hedging vehicles and how everything has changed with retail speculative gambling. Jon also tells us about how he transitioned from being a linebacker to an options trader, the commonality between sports and trading and the addictive endorphin rush of trading.
March 25, 2021
Bitcoin Fixes This #34: Trading with Willy Woo
WIlly Woo is an engineer, trader and Bitcoiner. We talk about trading, Bitcoin as the biggest financial innovation ever, and the outlook for Bitcoin going forward. Willy also tells us about how he started his career as an engineer, how he got into trading and some lessons he learned along the way.
March 18, 2021
Bitcoin Fixes This #33: Nutrition with Shawn Baker
Shawn Baker is an author, carnivore and medical doctor. We talk about the carnivore diet, the conventional wisdom about vegetables, and the moneyed interests that affect our nutrition. Shawn also tells us about research into other animals, how humans differ and the parallels between the banking and nutrition industrial complexes.
March 11, 2021
Bitcoin Fixes This #32: Business with Jeff Booth
Jeff Booth is an author, Bitcoiner and entrepreneur. We talk about his book, The Price of Tomorrow, the natural deflation of technology and the inflationary pressures of fiat money. Jeff also tells us about his experience being CEO, the future of work and of course, Bitcoin.
March 4, 2021
Bitcoin Fixes This #31: Traditional Finance with PlanB
PlanB is a financial modeler, Bitcoiner and traditional investor. We talk about the current market, negative interest rates and trades like the Bitcoin futures cash and carry. PlanB also tells us about why he created the s2f and s2fx models, how he looks at investments and why eliminating risk also eliminates reward.
February 20, 2021
Bitcoin Fixes This #30: Challenge with Doug Polk
Doug Polk is a poker player, YouTuber and Bitcoin enthusiast. We talk about his challenge against Daniel Negreanu, grinding and working and how he thinks about situations using game theory. Doug also tells us about his interest in Bitcoin, his analytical approach and what he’s planning to do going forward.
February 18, 2021
Bitcoin Fixes This #29: Lockdowns with Jeffrey Tucker
Jeffrey Tucker is an Austrian Economist, Libertarian and Editorial Director of the American Institute for Economic Research. We talk about the lockdown, the rule of the technocrats and how centralization exacerbates the crisis. Jeffrey also tells us about what he’s learned in his research, the politicization of everything and what a decentralized future might look like.
February 11, 2021
Bitcoin Fixes This #28: Software Engineering with Jameson Lopp
Jameson Lopp is a Cypherpunk, Bitcoiner and CTO of Casa. We talk about software engineering, how it’s different than computer science and what makes software engineers good at their craft. Jameson also tells us about how Ethereum has a different development philosophy, why adversarial thinking is important and what he looks for in developers. You can sign up for Casa here.
February 4, 2021
Bitcoin Fixes This #27: Sales with Aleks Svetski
Aleks Svetski is an Entrepreneur, Businessman and Thinker in the Bitcoin space. We talk about sales, how he got into debt during university and how he made his first million. Aleks also tells us about his evaluation of altcoins and their sales pitches, how he sees Bitcoin’s sales pitch and what this holds for the future.
January 28, 2021
Bitcoin Fixes This #26: Art with Cryptograffiti
Cryptograffiti is Bitcoin artist extraordinaire. We talk about art, how he got into Bitcoin art in particular and the effect of fiat on our current generation. Cryptograffiti also tells us about his life before Bitcoin, how he sees his role as an activism artist and the purpose of art .
January 21, 2021
Bitcoin Fixes This #25: Investing with Preston Pysh
Preston Pysh is an investor, podcaster and Bitcoiner. We talk about investing, how he got into podcasting and the various instruments available. Preston also tells us about the role of Bitcoin, the possible ways in which we might see hyperbitcoinization and the current horrific macro environment which will help.
January 14, 2021
Bitcoin Fixes This #24: Listener Questions with George Mekhail
We answered listener questions about our book! @lehmann_adam Is bitcoin the one world currency used in the end times? @mklad How much of an influence do you think subjectivism had on creating the fiat conditions of today? Do you think bitcoin rejects postmodernism’s subjective understanding of truth and is in some ways a return to an objective standard? (“my truth” vs “the Truth”) @VikingKing447 How might Bitcoin adoption assist with getting funds to missionaries around the world? High wire fees is a waste to kingdom fund to further the gospel. @CtlAltBtc In the context of the bible how does followership gel with the strong bitcoin notions of self-sovereignty, liberty, freedom of access and self agency? @IANUSMANU Although the text starts from a Judeo-Christian premise on debt, how can the increase in the use of bitcoin in non-Western societies whose philosophical foundations are alien to that tradition be explained? @HODLing_PNG Some (Cason for example) say Bitcoin / Satoshi are like a 2nd coming or are messianic, Max Keiser suggests Bitcoin may be a direct gift from god here to save us all. curious what you think...could BTC be the new JC? Sorry have not read the book so maybe a dumb question @ParkerMuse As this book seems to tie in elements of faith: What is the proper attitude to have towards BTC or crypto in general? I ask this because it is evident that many are overleveraged emotionally and mentally, and I've seen too many tweets mimicking religious rhetoric.
December 24, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #23: Libertarianism with Vijay Boyapati
Vijay Boyapati is a coder, economist and libertarian. We talk about his history with the Libertarian movement, how politics at a grassroots level works and the incentives of politicians. Vijay also tells us about why some libertarians are not into Bitcoin and why some Bitcoiners are not into libertarianism.
December 17, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #22: Journalism with Pete Rizzo and Aaron van Wirdum
Pete Rizzo and Aaron van Wirdum are reporters in the Bitcoin space. We talk about the types of articles that news organizations want, how money influences the content and the incentives of news organizations. Pete and Aaron tell us about what it took to write this piece and what it would take to get quality articles like this in the future.
December 10, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #21: Health Care with Dr. Jason Fung
Dr. Jason Fung is a doctor and author of many books, including The Complete Guide to Fasting. We talk about health care, the monetary incentives in the system and why so many patients seem to be doing so badly. Jason also tells us about nutrition, fasting and what believes will make people healthier.
December 3, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #20: Politics with Cynthia Lummis
Cynthia Lummis is the senator-elect from Wyoming, a former member of congress, state treasurer and state legislator. We talk about politics, how money influences everything and the incentives of government. Cynthia also tells us about her hope for congress, the people who are having trouble ends meet and what Bitcoin represents.
November 26, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #19: Farming with Joel Salatin
Joel Salatin is a farmer, libertarian and author of many books, including The Marvelous Pigness of Pigs. We talk about farming, what motivates farmers and why they’re doing so badly. Joel also tells us about the negative externalities of farming today, the regulations that farmers have to put up with and what he hopes for the future.
November 19, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #18: Africa with Ray Youssef
Ray Youssef is an immigrant from Africa and the CEO of Paxful. We talk about Africa, the current state of affairs and why it’s so poor. Ray also tells us about how he is making a difference on the continent not only through Bitcoin but also through schools and wells.
November 12, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #17: Music with Tatiana Moroz
Tatiana Moroz is a singer, songwriter and Bitcoiner. We talk about music, the current state of the industry and how artists make a living. Tatiana also tells us about how she became a singer, what the economics are like and what she’d like to see change.
November 5, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #16: Innovation with Kenny Florian
Kenny Florian is a mixed martial artist and UFC commentator. We talk about innovation, understanding new technology and decision making. Kenny also tells us about how he got into mixed martial arts, how he got into Bitcoin and the similarities he sees between the rise of both.
October 29, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #15: Culture with Ken Liu
Ken Liu is the author of the Dandelion Dynasty series and winner of the Hugo, Nebula and World Science Fiction awards. We talk about the book publishing business, how content for niche markets has expanded and online and offline communities. Ken also tells us about how stories are a way humans are programmed.
October 22, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #14: Authoritarianism with Yeonmi Park
Yeonmi Park is a North Korean defector, human rights activist and author of the book In order to live. We talk about authoritarianism, the current state of the world and how it looks to someone from the outside. Yeonmi also tells us about how money works in North Korea, how she’s become more libertarian and how she views Bitcoin’s role in the world.
October 15, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #13: Black America with Isaiah Jackson
Isaiah Jackson is an author and bitcoin consultant. We talk about Bitcoin, the Black-American experience and the issues surrounding the current environment. Isaiah also tells us why the political system really sucks for black people and how Bitcoin can help.
October 8, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #12: Content Creation with David Perell
David Perell is a podcaster, writer and teacher. We talk about how David got into writing, the discipline of content creation and the art of rhetoric. David also tells us about how most experts have lots of blindspots and how taking advantage of these things can be very profitable.
October 1, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #11: Marketing with Dan Held
Dan Held is the Growth Lead at Kraken. We talk about how Dan went from a career in finance todoing startups, how he learned marketing and growth hacking and the ethical limits of altcoins. Dan also tells us about the importance of branding and user experience.
September 24, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #10: Entrepreneurship and Investment with Michael Flaxman
Michael Flaxman is a startup veteran, investor and Bitcoiner. We talk about startup valuations, inflation’s effect on investment and the Silicon Valley obsession with unicorns. Michael also tells us about how Bitcoin will change the flow of money to Venture Capital.
September 17, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #9: Listener Questions with Jimmy Song
I answer listener questions about quantum computing, DeFi, Communism, the pandemic and many other things.
September 10, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #8: Self-Sovereignty with Adam Back
Adam Back is the CEO of Blockstream and an original cypherpunk. We talk about his cypherpunk roots, how protecting rights changes with technology and why privacy is important. Adam also tell us about how Bitcoin helps with self-sovereignty.
September 3, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #7: Intellectual Property with Stephan Kinsella
Stephan Kinsella is a patent attorney, Austrian economist and author of Against Intellectual Property. We talk about IP law’s monarchist origins and how it’s a tool for monopoly. Stephan also tells us about how information is not the same thing as physical property and how IP and Bitcoin both suffer from labor theories of value.
August 27, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #6: Media with Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert
Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert are the couple behind Keiser Report. We talk about broadcast media, how the news is a lot like the bread and circuses from Roman times and how they’re driven by pharmaceutical and defense industries. Max and Stacy also tell us about how they see a financial system collapse coming and how Bitcoin will be the safe haven.
August 20, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #5: Post-Secondary Education with Saifedean Ammous
Saifedean Ammous is the author of The Bitcoin Standard. We talk about the university system, how money has made it highly inefficient and how the internet is routing around it. Saifedean also tells us about how government money has made colleges into ineffective research institutions, how PhD students are abused as cheap labor and how competition will ultimately help everyone.
August 13, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #4: Primary Education with The Bitcoin Rabbi
Michael Caras is known as the Bitcoin Rabbi and the author of Bitcoin Money. We talk about education, how money plays a role, and how Bitcoin can help. Michael also tells us about the importance of moral education, how competition can make the quality of education better and how public school is like keeping your Bitcoins on Coinbase.
August 6, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #3: Banking with Parker Lewis
Parker Lewis is the Head of Business Development at Unchained Capital. We talk about one of the greatest lies about money out there, how incentives are misaligned in the financial system and how Bitcoin changes the management of money. Parker also tells us his story of how he learned about the Fed and Bitcoin coming from a background of investment banking at Deutche Bank.
July 30, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #2: Human Rights with Alex Gladstein
Alex Gladstein is the Chief Strategy Officer at the Human Rights Foundation.  In this episode we talk about what human rights is, how money plays a role and how Bitcoin is already helping in surprising ways. Alex also tells us how he first heard about Bitcoin, why he's pushing for Human Rights activists to use it and why he thinks privacy is such a critical part of Bitcoin's future.
July 23, 2020
Bitcoin Fixes This #1: The Nature of Work with Stephan Livera
Stephan Livera is a Bitcoin podcaster, speaker and Austrian economist. In this episode we talk about how fiat money has changed the workplace and how Bitcoin changes the nature of work. Stephan also tells us his story of how he went from financial auditor to Bitcoin podcaster and what he sees with the industry going forward. Mentioned in this episode:  Ethics of Money Production The Zero Interest Trap
July 16, 2020