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The Best Crypto Podcasts

With an estimated 2 million podcasts in existence, many of them about crypto, there's no shortage of interesting content to be explored. But as with all things, crypto podcasts vary in their quality. What I hope to do here is put my thousands of hours of listening to crypto podcasts to use by helping you narrow your focus to only the highest-value shows.

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Ep. 85: Is Monero better than Bitcoin? Nam Sardar thinks so.

Nam Sardar is the founder and CEO of Neel Capital. She became interested in cryptocurrency and DeFi in early 2020, and has since made it her mission to help others understand blockchain technology and its potential, hedge against inflation in a sustainable and emerging asset class, and generate & securely store wealth.

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Ep. 84: Russia, cybercrime, and the future of war, with Rik Ferguson.

Rik Ferguson is vice president of security research at Trend Micro and is actively engaged in studying online threats and the underground economy. He also researches the wider implications of new developments in the Information Technology arena and their impact on security.

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Ep. 82: Will bitcoin become a global reserve currency, with Eric Yakes.

Eric Yakes spent years in private equity and corporate finance, all the while intently following Bitcoin. Its development eventually led him to author the book "The 7th Property: Bitcoin and the Monetary Revolution".

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The Coinshares 2022 report: How much power does bitcoin mining use?

Could we advance dozens of promising approaches to bioengineering by figuring out how to scale the production of mammalian cell lines? One researcher thinks so, and it may not even be that hard.

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Ep. 80: George Selgin on monetary economics and cryptocurrency.

George Selgin. George Selgin is a senior fellow and director emeritus of the the Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives at the Cato Institute, and his research covers a broad range of topics within the field of monetary economics, including monetary history, macroeconomic theory, and the history of monetary thought.

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Ep. 74: Lyn Alden on inflation, investing, and cryptocurrencies.

Lyn Alden began her career as an electrical engineer in the aviation industry before pivoting full-item into investment. Featured across major media and popular podcasts, Lyn focuses on macroeconomic research for retail and institutional clients, and in recent years has taken a progressively deeper look at digital assets such as bitcoin.

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Ep. 73: Trent Fowler explains how the blockchain works.

Trent Fowler is a machine learning engineer, author, and co-host of the Futurati Podcast. As someone who's worked at several crypto startups, he has years of experience dealing with blockchain data and thinking about the blockchain’s mechanics. This episode is adapted from a talk he recently gave explaining at a high level how this remarkable technology works and what it might mean for the future.

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Ep. 69: Ben Landau-Taylor on social technology, institutions, and the future.

Ben Landau-Taylor is a senior researcher at Bismarck Analysis, where he focuses on power, industry, economics, and social dynamics.

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