Link to the podcast: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/the-bitcoin-matrix/john-vallis-bullish-on-zFIJm4RElyV/

Cedric Youngelman [00:29]: As the host of the Bitcoin Rapid-Fire Podcast, John Vallis explores the future of money through the concepts that drive him the most, which are: Truth, Freedom, Curiosity, and Possibility. John recently wrote a piece that was published in Bitcoin Magazine that really spoke to me, titled, “After An Unforgettable Year, I’m Most Bullish On Bitcoiners”. Welcome to the Bitcoin Matrix Podcast, John, how are you?

John Vallis [00:56]: Ced, I’m excellent man! It’s an honor to be here. I’m a fan of your show, and I’m looking forward to this.

Cedric…


Link to the podcast: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/the-what-is-money/the-saylor-series-episode-9-FnAbOJZV4mM/

Robert Breedlove [03:27]: Alright guys, welcome back to Episode 9 of the Saylor Series. Today is another deep episode. We’re actually getting towards the end of the line here and covering some of the last ground in the macroeconomic domain and tying it back actually to some philosophy towards the end. Today we’re going to talk a bit about how Bitcoin is an elemental innovation, tying us back to Episode 1 where we discussed Stone Age technologies including Fire, Water, and Missiles. We’re making the case that Bitcoin is an elemental invention akin to one…


Link to the podcast: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/the-what-is-money/the-saylor-series-episode-8-oZhkfOHyBj-/

Robert Breedlove [03:27]: Hey guys! Welcome back to Episode 8 of the Saylor Series here on the “What is Money?” Show! Today we’re gonna talk about a number of interesting concepts getting even deeper into Bitcoin theory and how it has effects on the future of humanity. So if you haven’t seen Episodes 1–7, I highly recommend you check those out. A lot of the material we built upon there, it’s compounding as we get deeper into Bitcoin theory. So today we’re gonna talk about a number of things. Firstly is the divinity of engineering…


Link to the podcast: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/the-what-is-money/the-saylor-series-episode-7-5nUwegcuAz3/

Robert Breedlove [03:28]: Alright guys! We are back with Saylor Series Episode 7! Today we will be diving even deeper into Bitcoin theory and as always if you guys haven’t seen Episodes 1–6 that led us to this point I highly suggest you go and check those out. They build a lot of foundation that we draw upon continually as we progress further into this series. So today we’re gonna discuss Bitcoin as a monetary missile, which if you remember from Episode 1, missiles are one of the quintessential Stone Age technologies so we draw…


Link to the podcast: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/the-what-is-money/the-saylor-series-episode-6-zM573VtcPsF/

Robert Breedlove [03:27]: Alright guys! Welcome back to Episode 6 of the Saylor Series here on the “What is Money?” Show! So today we’re gonna be talking about how Bitcoin is harder, smarter, faster, and stronger than any form of money in existence! Specifically we’ll be drawing a lot of analogies to gold, which Bitcoin—as we’ve discussed—is disrupting too! And we’re gonna look at this through a number of angles. And a lot of this is building on things we touched on early on in the series like specifically getting into Stone Age technologies and…


Link to the podcast: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/the-what-is-money/the-saylor-series-episode-5-BON7cSMJjxV/

Robert Breedlove: Hey guys! Welcome to Episode 5 of The Saylor Series here on the “What is Money?” Show! Super excited for this one! This is episode 2 of us getting into Bitcoin theory, and things are just starting to really heat up and get interesting at this point! So it’s a big episode — I don’t want to waste a lot of your time here, I’m just gonna run through a few of the topics that we’ll be hearing today. If you haven’t checked out Episodes 1–4 yet I suggest you do, because a…


Link to the podcast: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/the-what-is-money/the-saylor-series-episode-4-DyItQhjeWpc/

Robert Breedlove: Hey guys! Welcome back to Episode 4 of the “What is Money?” Show! We’re coming back today with part 4 of the Saylor Series! And this is the first part of Day 2! So Saylor and I spent 2 days recording, we did about 10.5 hours in total, so Episode 4 represents the first episode in Day 2. And if you haven’t seen episodes 1–3 yet I highly recommend you go and check those out! We built a lot of foundational material there that just gets referenced back to going forward, so I…


Link to the podcast: https://saifedean.com/podcast/34-michael-saylor-on-the-fiat-standard/

Saifedean Ammous: Hello! Welcome to another meeting of the Michael Saylor Appreciation Society. Our special guest today is Michael Saylor himself, fresh from the Bitcoin for Corporations conference in which he promoted Bitcoin to corporate America. He made a very very strong case for Bitcoin, why it matters for corporations, and why it matters for corporate balance sheets. We’ve had Michael on before—we spoke about his ideas on Bitcoin and his ideas on inflation and cost of living, and he’s been an absolute thunderball of inspiration and powerful ideas since coming into the Bitcoin space…


Link to the audio: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/the-what-is-money/the-saylor-series-episode-3-rmYfQeNPqgu/

Robert Breedlove: Hey guys! Welcome back to Episode 3 of the “What is Money?” Show here in the Saylor Series! So we’ve covered with Michael Saylor so far the rise of Man through the Stone Ages through the Iron Ages, we went into the Dark Ages, we saw how mankind can have a misstep that causes him to regress 1,000 years, and up into the Steel and Industrial Age. And today we’re gonna go even further into the future, and the arc of all this is we’re seeing how mankind does take these evolutionary steps…


Link to the audio: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/the-what-is-money/the-saylor-series-episode-2-ftSvWp_4gXP/

Robert Breedlove: Hey guys! This is Robert Breedlove, and welcome to Episode 2 of the Saylor Series on the “What is Money?” Show! So in Episode 1, we covered the rise of Man through the Stone and the Iron Ages. So we went into ancient technologies. We talked about fire, missiles, and hydraulics [inaudible]. And now in this episode we’re gonna go a little further in this arc of Man, and we’re gonna go into the Dark Ages. We’re gonna go learn how missing one key step along the path of civilization actually caused us…

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