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The What Bitcoin Did Podcast

Peter McCormack

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The What Bitcoin Did Podcast
The What Bitcoin Did Podcast

The What Bitcoin Did Podcast

Peter McCormack

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Against many challenges, Bitcoin, the worlds first true cryptocurrency has survived for over a decade. With What Bitcoin Did, podcast host Peter McCormack talks to experts in the world of Bitcoin. From developers to investors, journalists to Bitcoin company CEOs, you will learn about everything that is happening in the world of Bitcoin.

Latest Episodes

Jim O’Shaughnessy - From Wall Street to Bitcoin

Location: New YorkDate: Tuesday, 22nd OctProject: O'Shaughnessy Asset Management, LLCRole: Chairman & Chief Investment OfficerJim O'Shaughnessy is a true Wall Street Legend and the best selling author of What Works on Wall Street and Invest Like the Best.With over 30 years of research in equity returns, Jim O'Shaughnessy is a pioneer of quantitative equity research, with over $6 billion under management.How he achieved this success is no secret, and his four books share, in detail, what he's learnt along the way. As a New York Times bestseller, he writes on the roles that value, quality and momentum all play in investing.His grandfather's success sparked Jim's interest in investing. O'Shaughnessy's grandfather built what was, one of the world's largest privately-owned oil companies, before giving away 95% of his fortune. It was family discussions around what to do with that money which got 17-year-old O'Shaughnessy interested in the markets.In this interview, I sat down with Jim to discuss his career, media power & bias, censorship and free speech, quantitative easing and investing.-----Connect with Jim:- On Twitter @jposhaughnessy- On Wikipedia- At O’Shaughnessy Asset ManagementMentioned in the interview:- Fourth estate- Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook and social media is a ‘Fifth Estate’- Preference falsification- 1984 by George Orwell- Mark Meechan, the man arrested for making his dog do a nazi salute- Ricky Gervais on free speech and offence- Innumeracy by John Paulos- Nixon shock- Executive Order 6102 - Franklin Roosevelt forbids the ‘hoarding of gold’- Rick and Morty and the Meaning of Life by Dan Jeffries- U.S. to monetise Its deficit- Quantitative easing- Quantum computing and Bitcoin- The cobra effectOther relevant WBD podcasts:- WBD161: Nik Bhatia on Why Bitcoin is a Response to Central Banks- WBD160: Dan Tapiero on Why Bitcoin and Gold Are Both Important- WBD154: Plan₿ on Bitcoin’s Stock to Flow- WBD140: Raoul Pal on Bitcoin as a Global Recession Hedge- WBD130: Bitcoin is More Than a Financial System with Zac Prince & Jeremy Welch- WBD116: The Quantum Threat to Bitcoin with Quantum Physicist Dr. Stepan Snigirev- WBD036: The Threat of Fractional Reserve Bitcoin from Wall Street with Saifedean Ammous & Caitlin Long- WBD032: Tuur Demeester on the Looming Debt Crisis and Central Banks for Bitcoin-----If you enjoy The What Bitcoin Did Podcast you can help support the show my doing the following:Become a Patron and get access to shows early or help contributeMake a tip:Bitcoin: 3FiC6w7eb3dkcaNHMAnj39ANTAkv8Ufi2SQR Codes: Bitcoin | Ethereum | Litecoin | Monero | ZCash | RipplecoinIf you do send a tip then please email me so that I can say thank youSubscribe on iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | YouTube | Deezer | TuneIn | RSS FeedLeave a review on iTunesShare the show and episodes with your friends and familySubscribe to the newsletter on my websiteFollow me on Twitter Personal | Twitter Podcast | Instagram | Medium | YouTubeIf you are interested in sponsoring the show, you can read more about that here or please feel free to drop me an email to discuss options.

-1 s2 d ago
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Jim O’Shaughnessy - From Wall Street to Bitcoin

Dark Markets and Bitcoin Adoption with Cedric Dahl

Location: Los AngelesDate: Friday, 18th OctoberProject: 1000xRole: CEOBitcoin is a public ledger, which allows anyone to view any transaction and address thus offer pseudonymity rather than anonymity. What this means is that Bitcoin can provide a certain level of privacy if your Bitcoin address is not attached to personal information, for example, exchange KYC data.Bitcoiners wanting to protect their privacy must take careful steps, a lapse in concentration can identify you as the owner of a particular address. By accessing a block explorer without using Tor or a VPN, posting your public key online, utilizing a KYC compliant exchange are all examples of how chain analysts can identify you.Because of this, Bitcoin may not seem like the perfect tool to facilitate transactions on dark markets, yet it currently accounts for the vast majority of them. So why is this?Bitcoin, by design, as a censorship-resistant currency enables dark markets. If you want to purchase something that your go...

-1 s4 d ago
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Dark Markets and Bitcoin Adoption with Cedric Dahl

Is Bitcoin Selling Out with Joe Weisenthal

Location: New YorkDate: Friday, 25th OctoberProject: BloombergRole: EditorThe Winklevoss twins first Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) application was rejected by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in March 2017.In the 2 ½ years since, there have been a number of other applications for an ETF, all of which have been rejected, with the SEC citing concerns regarding manipulation, volatility and fraudulent activity.But does a government-granted ETF fit with the ethos of Bitcoin?Bitcoin was born out of the cypherpunk movement, with the goal of taking power away from the government by giving people a trustless and censorship-resistant monetary system. As such. seeking approval from a government-run body for an investment fund is seemingly against this ideology.It seems apparent that most Bitcoiners’ motivation behind seeking an ETF is likely down to money. The added liquidity, easy access to investors and media coverage an approved ETF would garner may well lead to a price increase ...

-1 s1 w ago
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Is Bitcoin Selling Out with Joe Weisenthal

Hotep Jesus on Nobody is Born a Maximalist

Location: New YorkDate: Friday, 25th OctoberProject: IndependentRole: Tech Startup Advisor, Author & SpeakerThe name Hotep Jesus hit many radars for the first time when he appeared as a guest on the Joe Rogan podcast. The tech startup advisor, was there to speak about his latest book, and during the interview, the topic of blockchain was raised and BSV was mentioned.The mention of BSV, although brief, caused a significant backlash towards Hotep on crypto twitter despite it not being Hotep who raised it. Many were angry that he chose to speak out seemingly in favour of the altcoin and felt he was 'promoting' it without the required knowledge and was adding to the misinformation and confusion in the space.Although misguided, I could relate to Hotep's confusion and felt that his conversation with Rogan was a typical example of many people who are beginning their journey into Bitcoin. I too had attempted to raise the confusion when a friend asked me which Bitcoin to buy on Coinbase as h...

-1 s1 w ago
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Hotep Jesus on Nobody is Born a Maximalist

Nick Szabo on Cypherpunks, Money and Bitcoin

Location: San FranciscoDate: Monday, 21st OctoberProject: n/aRole: Blockchain, cryptocurrency, and smart contracts pioneerOn October 31st 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto emailed the cypherpunk mailing list, telling them "I've been working on a new electronic cash system that's fully peer-to-peer, with no trusted third party." In the 11 years that followed Bitcoin has proven to be the most successful attempt at creating a censorship-resistant and trust minimised digital currency.Bitcoin was not the first attempt at creating a trust minimised currency, and there were several proposals, implementations and technologies which led to Bitcoin:In the 1990's DigiCash, headed by David Chaum, attempted to make online payments anonymous.In 1997 Adam Back created HashCash using a proof-of-work system to reduce email spam and prevent denial of service attacks.In 1998 Wei Dai proposed B-money to allow for an "anonymous, distributed electronic cash system".In 2004 Hal Finney built upon the idea of Hashcash...

-1 s2 w ago
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Nick Szabo on Cypherpunks, Money and Bitcoin

Pierre Rochard on Bitcoin Adoption Hurdles

Location: New YorkDate: Tuesday, 22nd OctoberProject: KrakenRole: Bitcoin EvangelistDespite the arguments that Bitcoin is the hardest money, it is the opportunity for new Bitcoiners to make a profit in their local fiat currency which is the primary driver of awareness and adoption.Since the launch of Bitcoin over 10 years ago, there have been a number of bull markets which has seen a rapid rise in the price of Bitcoin leading to wider awareness. The volume during the most recent bull run in 2017 led to exchanges struggling to cope with the volume and some dropping offline. Such was the demand that Bittrex and Bitfinex had to close down new user registrations.Making it easier for new Bitcoiners to acquire the asset has been a key driver of adoption. Good exchange and wallet UX, and education regarding key issues such as private key management not only support adoption but help new Bitcoiners avoid making silly mistakes.The Bitcoin rabbit hole is deep and there are many new concepts w...

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
Pierre Rochard on Bitcoin Adoption Hurdles

Nik Bhatia on Why Bitcoin is a Response to Central Banks

Location: Los AngelesDate: Friday, 18th OctoberProject: OpenNode & Tantra LabsRole: Research StrategistState adoption of Bitcoin is unclear but countries such as Iran, North Korea and Venezuela are believed to be holding and using Bitcoin. While these countries are in the minority, some believe it is just a matter of time before Bitcoin becomes a generally accepted state-level monetary tool.State-level censorship resistance is useful for nations subject to tight sanctions. The unique properties of Bitcoin could make governmental ownership of Bitcoin a necessity in the future and increased accumulation by governments around the world may lead to the U.S Dollar being replaced by Bitcoin as the global reserve currency.Further, the global economy is becoming increasingly uncertain, with negative interest rates and the Fed's growing intervention in the repo market standing as warning signs of an imminent global recession.Could all these factors speed up the shift towards Bitcoin adoption...

-1 s3 w ago
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Nik Bhatia on Why Bitcoin is a Response to Central Banks

Dan Tapiero on Why Bitcoin and Gold Are Both Important

Location: SkypeDate: Thursday, 17th OctoberProject: Gold Bullion InternationalRole: Co-FounderBitcoin’s design allows you holders to claim monetary sovereignty, taking money and power away from banks and the legacy financial system.So, why do Bitcoiners seem so desperate to see the influx of institutional investors? A large injection of capital into the markets would likely see the price of Bitcoin go up, but, would it not be best to see organic growth in adoption by people, rather than corporations?It is easier than ever for institutional investors to gain exposure to Bitcoin. With the recent launch of Bakkt futures contracts along with LedgerX and CME, there are ways for large traders to get skin in the game. But the volume is low, why?Education is an often overlooked part of the Bitcoin onboarding process. No matter what background someone is from getting them to see past Bitcoin as 'magic internet money' can be incredibly challenging.Dan Tapiero is a veteran Global Macro invest...

-1 s3 w ago
Comments
Dan Tapiero on Why Bitcoin and Gold Are Both Important

Paul Puey on Time Preference

Location: Los AngelesDate: Thursday, 26th SeptemberProject: EdgeRole: CEO & Co-FounderTime is arguably our most valuable resource and we are constantly making choices about how we use it. But do we give enough consideration to our time?One of the theories behind our decision making is time preference. Time preference refers to the value of something now compared to its value at a later date.Those who favour high time preference prefer to value their current self and spend money faster, while people with a low time preference will make sacrifices to ensure a better outcome for their future self.It doesn't just relate to personal choices though; time preference is an excellent tool for considering money, specifically when comparing Bitcoin and fiat.Inflationary fiat currencies favour a high time preference. With no supply cap and governments printing more money at will, there is little economic incentive to save. Bitcoin, however, favours a low time preference. Being sound money with ...

-1 s3 w ago
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Paul Puey on Time Preference

Be Your Own Banker with Pascal Gauthier

Location: SkypeDate: Wednesday, 2nd OctoberProject: LedgerRole: CEOOne of the earliest bits of advice a Bitcoin beginner will get will be to not keep their coins on an exchange.By keeping coins on an exchange, hodlers expose themselves to counterparty risk and undermine many of Bitcoin's inherent benefits. When you invest in an asset that allows you to be self-sovereign and take trust away from 3rd parties, why immediately give that up?While some exchanges, like Kraken, take their security incredibly seriously, the history of Bitcoin is littered with exchange hacks and the theft of coins. In just the last 12 months Binance, Bithumb and Cryptopia have all been hacked, with the latter closing down.There are many ways to manage your private keys, and hardware wallets are one of the most secure and simple options. Ledger is one of the leading hardware wallet manufacturers and has recently celebrated its 5th birthday.In this interview, I speak to Pascal Gauthier; CEO at Ledger. Ledger re...

-1 sOCT 16
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Be Your Own Banker with Pascal Gauthier

Latest Episodes

Jim O’Shaughnessy - From Wall Street to Bitcoin

Location: New YorkDate: Tuesday, 22nd OctProject: O'Shaughnessy Asset Management, LLCRole: Chairman & Chief Investment OfficerJim O'Shaughnessy is a true Wall Street Legend and the best selling author of What Works on Wall Street and Invest Like the Best.With over 30 years of research in equity returns, Jim O'Shaughnessy is a pioneer of quantitative equity research, with over $6 billion under management.How he achieved this success is no secret, and his four books share, in detail, what he's learnt along the way. As a New York Times bestseller, he writes on the roles that value, quality and momentum all play in investing.His grandfather's success sparked Jim's interest in investing. O'Shaughnessy's grandfather built what was, one of the world's largest privately-owned oil companies, before giving away 95% of his fortune. It was family discussions around what to do with that money which got 17-year-old O'Shaughnessy interested in the markets.In this interview, I sat down with Jim to discuss his career, media power & bias, censorship and free speech, quantitative easing and investing.-----Connect with Jim:- On Twitter @jposhaughnessy- On Wikipedia- At O’Shaughnessy Asset ManagementMentioned in the interview:- Fourth estate- Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook and social media is a ‘Fifth Estate’- Preference falsification- 1984 by George Orwell- Mark Meechan, the man arrested for making his dog do a nazi salute- Ricky Gervais on free speech and offence- Innumeracy by John Paulos- Nixon shock- Executive Order 6102 - Franklin Roosevelt forbids the ‘hoarding of gold’- Rick and Morty and the Meaning of Life by Dan Jeffries- U.S. to monetise Its deficit- Quantitative easing- Quantum computing and Bitcoin- The cobra effectOther relevant WBD podcasts:- WBD161: Nik Bhatia on Why Bitcoin is a Response to Central Banks- WBD160: Dan Tapiero on Why Bitcoin and Gold Are Both Important- WBD154: Plan₿ on Bitcoin’s Stock to Flow- WBD140: Raoul Pal on Bitcoin as a Global Recession Hedge- WBD130: Bitcoin is More Than a Financial System with Zac Prince & Jeremy Welch- WBD116: The Quantum Threat to Bitcoin with Quantum Physicist Dr. Stepan Snigirev- WBD036: The Threat of Fractional Reserve Bitcoin from Wall Street with Saifedean Ammous & Caitlin Long- WBD032: Tuur Demeester on the Looming Debt Crisis and Central Banks for Bitcoin-----If you enjoy The What Bitcoin Did Podcast you can help support the show my doing the following:Become a Patron and get access to shows early or help contributeMake a tip:Bitcoin: 3FiC6w7eb3dkcaNHMAnj39ANTAkv8Ufi2SQR Codes: Bitcoin | Ethereum | Litecoin | Monero | ZCash | RipplecoinIf you do send a tip then please email me so that I can say thank youSubscribe on iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | YouTube | Deezer | TuneIn | RSS FeedLeave a review on iTunesShare the show and episodes with your friends and familySubscribe to the newsletter on my websiteFollow me on Twitter Personal | Twitter Podcast | Instagram | Medium | YouTubeIf you are interested in sponsoring the show, you can read more about that here or please feel free to drop me an email to discuss options.

-1 s2 d ago
Comments
Jim O’Shaughnessy - From Wall Street to Bitcoin

Dark Markets and Bitcoin Adoption with Cedric Dahl

Location: Los AngelesDate: Friday, 18th OctoberProject: 1000xRole: CEOBitcoin is a public ledger, which allows anyone to view any transaction and address thus offer pseudonymity rather than anonymity. What this means is that Bitcoin can provide a certain level of privacy if your Bitcoin address is not attached to personal information, for example, exchange KYC data.Bitcoiners wanting to protect their privacy must take careful steps, a lapse in concentration can identify you as the owner of a particular address. By accessing a block explorer without using Tor or a VPN, posting your public key online, utilizing a KYC compliant exchange are all examples of how chain analysts can identify you.Because of this, Bitcoin may not seem like the perfect tool to facilitate transactions on dark markets, yet it currently accounts for the vast majority of them. So why is this?Bitcoin, by design, as a censorship-resistant currency enables dark markets. If you want to purchase something that your go...

-1 s4 d ago
Comments
Dark Markets and Bitcoin Adoption with Cedric Dahl

Is Bitcoin Selling Out with Joe Weisenthal

Location: New YorkDate: Friday, 25th OctoberProject: BloombergRole: EditorThe Winklevoss twins first Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) application was rejected by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in March 2017.In the 2 ½ years since, there have been a number of other applications for an ETF, all of which have been rejected, with the SEC citing concerns regarding manipulation, volatility and fraudulent activity.But does a government-granted ETF fit with the ethos of Bitcoin?Bitcoin was born out of the cypherpunk movement, with the goal of taking power away from the government by giving people a trustless and censorship-resistant monetary system. As such. seeking approval from a government-run body for an investment fund is seemingly against this ideology.It seems apparent that most Bitcoiners’ motivation behind seeking an ETF is likely down to money. The added liquidity, easy access to investors and media coverage an approved ETF would garner may well lead to a price increase ...

-1 s1 w ago
Comments
Is Bitcoin Selling Out with Joe Weisenthal

Hotep Jesus on Nobody is Born a Maximalist

Location: New YorkDate: Friday, 25th OctoberProject: IndependentRole: Tech Startup Advisor, Author & SpeakerThe name Hotep Jesus hit many radars for the first time when he appeared as a guest on the Joe Rogan podcast. The tech startup advisor, was there to speak about his latest book, and during the interview, the topic of blockchain was raised and BSV was mentioned.The mention of BSV, although brief, caused a significant backlash towards Hotep on crypto twitter despite it not being Hotep who raised it. Many were angry that he chose to speak out seemingly in favour of the altcoin and felt he was 'promoting' it without the required knowledge and was adding to the misinformation and confusion in the space.Although misguided, I could relate to Hotep's confusion and felt that his conversation with Rogan was a typical example of many people who are beginning their journey into Bitcoin. I too had attempted to raise the confusion when a friend asked me which Bitcoin to buy on Coinbase as h...

-1 s1 w ago
Comments
Hotep Jesus on Nobody is Born a Maximalist

Nick Szabo on Cypherpunks, Money and Bitcoin

Location: San FranciscoDate: Monday, 21st OctoberProject: n/aRole: Blockchain, cryptocurrency, and smart contracts pioneerOn October 31st 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto emailed the cypherpunk mailing list, telling them "I've been working on a new electronic cash system that's fully peer-to-peer, with no trusted third party." In the 11 years that followed Bitcoin has proven to be the most successful attempt at creating a censorship-resistant and trust minimised digital currency.Bitcoin was not the first attempt at creating a trust minimised currency, and there were several proposals, implementations and technologies which led to Bitcoin:In the 1990's DigiCash, headed by David Chaum, attempted to make online payments anonymous.In 1997 Adam Back created HashCash using a proof-of-work system to reduce email spam and prevent denial of service attacks.In 1998 Wei Dai proposed B-money to allow for an "anonymous, distributed electronic cash system".In 2004 Hal Finney built upon the idea of Hashcash...

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
Nick Szabo on Cypherpunks, Money and Bitcoin

Pierre Rochard on Bitcoin Adoption Hurdles

Location: New YorkDate: Tuesday, 22nd OctoberProject: KrakenRole: Bitcoin EvangelistDespite the arguments that Bitcoin is the hardest money, it is the opportunity for new Bitcoiners to make a profit in their local fiat currency which is the primary driver of awareness and adoption.Since the launch of Bitcoin over 10 years ago, there have been a number of bull markets which has seen a rapid rise in the price of Bitcoin leading to wider awareness. The volume during the most recent bull run in 2017 led to exchanges struggling to cope with the volume and some dropping offline. Such was the demand that Bittrex and Bitfinex had to close down new user registrations.Making it easier for new Bitcoiners to acquire the asset has been a key driver of adoption. Good exchange and wallet UX, and education regarding key issues such as private key management not only support adoption but help new Bitcoiners avoid making silly mistakes.The Bitcoin rabbit hole is deep and there are many new concepts w...

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
Pierre Rochard on Bitcoin Adoption Hurdles

Nik Bhatia on Why Bitcoin is a Response to Central Banks

Location: Los AngelesDate: Friday, 18th OctoberProject: OpenNode & Tantra LabsRole: Research StrategistState adoption of Bitcoin is unclear but countries such as Iran, North Korea and Venezuela are believed to be holding and using Bitcoin. While these countries are in the minority, some believe it is just a matter of time before Bitcoin becomes a generally accepted state-level monetary tool.State-level censorship resistance is useful for nations subject to tight sanctions. The unique properties of Bitcoin could make governmental ownership of Bitcoin a necessity in the future and increased accumulation by governments around the world may lead to the U.S Dollar being replaced by Bitcoin as the global reserve currency.Further, the global economy is becoming increasingly uncertain, with negative interest rates and the Fed's growing intervention in the repo market standing as warning signs of an imminent global recession.Could all these factors speed up the shift towards Bitcoin adoption...

-1 s3 w ago
Comments
Nik Bhatia on Why Bitcoin is a Response to Central Banks

Dan Tapiero on Why Bitcoin and Gold Are Both Important

Location: SkypeDate: Thursday, 17th OctoberProject: Gold Bullion InternationalRole: Co-FounderBitcoin’s design allows you holders to claim monetary sovereignty, taking money and power away from banks and the legacy financial system.So, why do Bitcoiners seem so desperate to see the influx of institutional investors? A large injection of capital into the markets would likely see the price of Bitcoin go up, but, would it not be best to see organic growth in adoption by people, rather than corporations?It is easier than ever for institutional investors to gain exposure to Bitcoin. With the recent launch of Bakkt futures contracts along with LedgerX and CME, there are ways for large traders to get skin in the game. But the volume is low, why?Education is an often overlooked part of the Bitcoin onboarding process. No matter what background someone is from getting them to see past Bitcoin as 'magic internet money' can be incredibly challenging.Dan Tapiero is a veteran Global Macro invest...

-1 s3 w ago
Comments
Dan Tapiero on Why Bitcoin and Gold Are Both Important

Paul Puey on Time Preference

Location: Los AngelesDate: Thursday, 26th SeptemberProject: EdgeRole: CEO & Co-FounderTime is arguably our most valuable resource and we are constantly making choices about how we use it. But do we give enough consideration to our time?One of the theories behind our decision making is time preference. Time preference refers to the value of something now compared to its value at a later date.Those who favour high time preference prefer to value their current self and spend money faster, while people with a low time preference will make sacrifices to ensure a better outcome for their future self.It doesn't just relate to personal choices though; time preference is an excellent tool for considering money, specifically when comparing Bitcoin and fiat.Inflationary fiat currencies favour a high time preference. With no supply cap and governments printing more money at will, there is little economic incentive to save. Bitcoin, however, favours a low time preference. Being sound money with ...

-1 s3 w ago
Comments
Paul Puey on Time Preference

Be Your Own Banker with Pascal Gauthier

Location: SkypeDate: Wednesday, 2nd OctoberProject: LedgerRole: CEOOne of the earliest bits of advice a Bitcoin beginner will get will be to not keep their coins on an exchange.By keeping coins on an exchange, hodlers expose themselves to counterparty risk and undermine many of Bitcoin's inherent benefits. When you invest in an asset that allows you to be self-sovereign and take trust away from 3rd parties, why immediately give that up?While some exchanges, like Kraken, take their security incredibly seriously, the history of Bitcoin is littered with exchange hacks and the theft of coins. In just the last 12 months Binance, Bithumb and Cryptopia have all been hacked, with the latter closing down.There are many ways to manage your private keys, and hardware wallets are one of the most secure and simple options. Ledger is one of the leading hardware wallet manufacturers and has recently celebrated its 5th birthday.In this interview, I speak to Pascal Gauthier; CEO at Ledger. Ledger re...

-1 sOCT 16
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Be Your Own Banker with Pascal Gauthier
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