35 Burst results for "Fiat"

XOXNO the Leading NFT Marketplace on MultiversX Announces Support for Fiat Payments

Bitcoin PR Buzz

00:50 sec | Last week

XOXNO the Leading NFT Marketplace on MultiversX Announces Support for Fiat Payments

"1 p.m. Monday, November 7th, 2022. The leading NFT marketplace on multiverse announces support for Fiat payments. Press release users of the zox snow all in one NFT marketplace can now buy and sell NFTs with Euro or Romanian Ron through any Visa or Mastercard. November 7th, 2022, Bucharest, Romania vox now has announced the integration of Fiat payments to its all in one NFT marketplace with support for Euro and the Romanian Ron. The multiverse X based the post socks know the leading NFT marketplace on multiverse X announces support for Fiat payments appeared first on Bitcoin PR buzz. Bitcoin PR buzz world's first crypto PR agency with 9 years, 900 clients, 1500 press releases.

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"fiat" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast

The Café Bitcoin Podcast

03:04 min | 2 weeks ago

"fiat" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast

"Well, the monetary system has made our world uncomfortable, but you know what? We're comfortable with it and we're optimistic about it. And we've got the right solution and we've got to spread the word, and as I said in another conference, universally, when I meet bitcoiners, I love them. I mean, if you're a Bitcoin or you're my friend and that's the way I approach the world, if you're a Fiat master, you're my enemy. And Fiat de lend them S we've got to kill Fiat. And so that's what it's all about is we got to get out there and spread the word. I've got my man wallet. Everybody I encounter. I tell him, let me send you some money. I'm on my mind wallet. You know, it's one person at a time. It's just, and this is inevitable. And that's what's so beautiful about it. It's absolutely inevitable because it is a better idea. It's like I compare it off into the American Revolution. It really most of America didn't want to revolt against Britain. They didn't care. I mean, your farmer in Pennsylvania are like, well, what the fuck, you know, but if you're in Boston and they're building soldiers in your house and the massacre occurred and everyone else, you're like, fuck this shit. And they're taxing your tea. You're like, fuck this shit. You know, I want to fight these assholes. And that's what this is all about. I mean, we can see what they're doing. And we're going to fight these assholes. And the American constitution was a fabulous document that laid out a better way. Just as the white paper is, it's a fabulous document that lays out a better way. A better solution for mankind for monetary standard. And that is just going to become more and more obvious as the years roll. But sadly, it doesn't happen in months. I mean, you know, they wrote the declaration of 1776. The country wasn't really formed until 89. That was a lot of years. We got the same kind of fight ahead of us. And we got some defeats, you know what I mean? I mean, we got Charleston coming. We got other bad shit coming. You know, but then we'll have Sarah toga will have Trenton and then ultimately we'll have Yorktown. And so, you know, we're going to get there.

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"fiat" Discussed on Simply Bitcoin

Simply Bitcoin

04:40 min | 3 weeks ago

"fiat" Discussed on Simply Bitcoin

"You're your number one source for the peaceful Bitcoin revolution. We're going to breaking news, culture, pneumatic warfare. We will be your guide through the separation of money and state. Speaking about the separation of money and state huge news from Lebanon, and it's what have we what we've been saying, this message that we've been saying for you guys for a minute. The number one incentive for Bitcoin adoption is people adopting Bitcoin out of necessity versus how it is in most developed most developed countries, people adopt Bitcoin for more speculative reasons. And that's exactly what we're seeing in Lebanon. Their financial system, their Fiat currency has collapsed. People lost their savings, all their life savings. Snap of a finger. And now, people are seeking alternatives because it's a matter of life and death. It's a matter of whether I will be able to put food on the table or whether I will not be able to put food on the table. That's where it's at right now. And this and the way that they look at it, right? And Venezuelans look at it very similarly, Argentinians. And in fact, any person that lives in a country that has crazy inflation rates, in my opinion, that's the way the right way you should be looking at it because your stable Fiat currencies providing is giving you a false sense of safety. It is still stealing from you. Even if we bring it back down to that magical 2% number, it's still 2% theft, right? And people

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How Capital Misallocation Warps Money With Steven Lubka

What Bitcoin Did

01:42 min | Last month

How Capital Misallocation Warps Money With Steven Lubka

"It is good to see you again really enjoyed our last chat. It tends to be the way somebody comes on for the first time and you have a great conversation. So when can we get you back and when we're coming back, Danny said, we've got to get Stephen back and he's going to work on something for us. He's going to prepare an article for us. About the misallocation of money, which is right now, couldn't be more apt in terms of a topic because we are seeing the insidious impact of the mythical misallocation of the money right now. Globally, locally. Domestically, so but why did you want to tackle the subject yourself? I mean, it's a lot of what you just said, right? This is this underlying dynamic that I think is just baked into the system, baked into Fiat, baked into the way that we approach money and we approach investment and all of the financial abstractions that have been built on top of that. We just have abstractions on top of abstractions. We have derivatives on top of derivatives. And we've lost sight of what is the core purpose. What is the real purpose of money of a financial system? Why do we have a financial system? Why is finance good or beneficial? What is money do? And we've taken it to have a reality of its own that money has its own existence. And I'm going to kind of argue and kind of make layout some principles that money's existence is terrifically important. It's an incredible institution, but it's interrelated with the real world. It's interrelated with all of these other things.

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Debunking the ESG Attacks on Bitcoin by Spencer Nichols

Bitcoin Audible

01:57 min | Last month

Debunking the ESG Attacks on Bitcoin by Spencer Nichols

"Let's get into today's read. Again, this one's from Bitcoin magazine and its titled. Debunking the ESG attack on Bitcoin. By Spencer Nichols those who decry Bitcoin's use of energy failed to acknowledge that all things in life require energy, and there is no such thing as a free lunch. A PhD pamphlet of this article is available for download. The utility of the exchanges made possible by Bitcoin will far exceed the cost of electricity used. Not having Bitcoin would be the net waste. Satoshi Nakamoto no free lunch. Those who decry Bitcoin's use of energy fail to acknowledge a simple reality that all things in life require energy, and there is no such thing as free lunch. Much mainstream debate has been waged on concerns around Bitcoin's use of energy. Yet a significant portion of that conversation has been muddied by deep seated myopia on the part of legacy financial interests. A type of willful blindness toward recognizing the necessity of decentralized energy money in comparison to the compromised Fiat financial system of today. The fact is, any economic engine is only as good as the energy which sustains it. For a network to maintain its structure and persist despite the entropy of the universe, energy must flow. In monetary networks are no exception. Ever since government issued Fiat currency severed the link between energy and monetary creation, the currencies of the world have been steadily marching to their graves.

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Electric vehicles take center stage at pared-back Paris show

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

Electric vehicles take center stage at pared-back Paris show

"Jeep has unveiled its first fully electric vehicle at the Paris motor show This is a very special moment for the Jeep brand Jeep is promising an all electric SUV with a range of 248 miles The Jeep avenger for bahi concept G CEO Christian monier says the company will be putting more electric vehicles on the road By 2025 we'll have four zero emission vehicles in Europe And by 2030 100% of Jeep brand sales in Europe are expected to be fully electric supporting the Stellantis carbon net zero targets Stellantis is the company resulting from the merger of Fiat Chrysler and PSA group The auto show in Paris is underway after four year absence because of the coronavirus pandemic President Emmanuel Macron has set a goal of producing 1 million electric cars in France by 2027 I'm Ed Donahue

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Why Biden Doesn't Understand the Economy

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:11 min | Last month

Why Biden Doesn't Understand the Economy

"Let's go to another Joe Biden comment yesterday, which was equally facetious. Number 7, before I began, let me say a few words quickly about today's report on inflation. Americans are squeezed by the cost of living. It's been true for years and folks don't need to be reported to tell them there'd be a squeeze. Fighting this battle every day is a key reason why I ran for president of the United States. Inflation when he was running for president of the United States was running at 1.4% annually year on year. Cost of living increases is a function of a Fiat currency economy, right? I mean, this is what happens when you move off of gold standards. And that's another debate for another time. But the cost of living cost of living adjustments happen every year, regardless of whether you've got inflation going on or not. This is almost word salad here. There was no there was no remarkable inflation when Joe Biden was running for president was running at 1.4%. If that was the reason why he thought he needed to run for president, he shouldn't have bothered in the first place.

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"fiat" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

05:44 min | 2 months ago

"fiat" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"Part of your portfolio might be doing well, but you're getting no return on your bonds. Now, if you compare that to the stock market or to inflation even, that might not keep up, right? So let's say you're generating 8% returns or 10% returns on your stock portfolio, and you're generating 0% returns on your bond portfolio, and that 60% of your portfolio, right? If it's 10% on the stocks and 0% on the bonds, you're basically generating a 4% return. Now, if inflation is 9%, that means your real return for your pension is actually negative, right? Your pension is growing at a smaller rate than inflation, which means that you're savings are actually melting over time. As we often talk about in the Bitcoin context, this is even true in a Fiat context when it comes to pension funds. So what are the pension funds do in response to that? They start investing in higher risk debt securities. Now instead of putting their money in guilt or treasury bonds, which are considered low risk security just because the government rarely goes bankrupt, they'll put money in maybe bonds of startups or bonds like Michael saylor's micro strategy bonds which we may all think are great. But from a financial standpoint, they would be considered a higher risk bonds because Bitcoin is volatile compared to the treasury bonds, right? So you invest in higher risk bonds and then what if some of those companies that you're investing in go belly up, then those bonds are worthless and your returns crash. That can happen. And then you can't pay off the pensions of the people who you owe money to, and then the pensioners get mad. And so it becomes a political problem because those pensioners start complaining. And then you have a bailout by the government to deal with that. So the government incentivizes higher risk-taking by forcing you into higher risk investments. Because that's the only way you can generate a return. And then some of those in higher risk investments fail. And then the pensioners are left holding the bag. That's the sequence of events. Is one of the primary problems here is that we're not letting things fail that need to fail. We're not letting it's almost like we're it's almost like we're given participation trophies to the financial sector because things need to break. They need to fail. If businesses are broken, they need to fail new better businesses need to be born out of their ashes.

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"fiat" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

02:28 min | 2 months ago

"fiat" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"HODLing Bitcoin. And to defund Fiat money, don't defund the police. Defund Fiat money. Fiat money is the enemy, not the police. That's a shirt right there, max Kaiser, you need to get that out on there. Defund Fiat. Well, there's only one thing that this interview is missed, max. And I don't know if it's because Stacy's double down on your medication today, but I've yet to hear you turn loose in truly rant. So why don't you give us a closing message? To those out there that, you know, they might be losing faith right now in the system. They're just waking up. They're just taking the red pill. Shake a max shake. I'm very chilled out, you know? What, I don't care. But you don't have any video, do you? Thank you for sharing. We can see that. The rest of the world just needs to use their imagination. Of course, you can tune in to max's show on RT. This is my oh my God. You're falling apart, max. There we go. You're losing all your stuff. Get your name. Okay, here's my I was inspired by Warren Buffett's ukulele playing. Okay, go for it. Oh nice. I steal your money. I am a shook. I worry about it. All right, steal your cash. Please please. Okay, so here's plucky. Here's the world's most accomplished economist, plucky, say hello, plucky. It's good to see you guys again. Hi, max. What do you want? Well, I'm plucking, you know, these are some famous podcasters here, and they just had an interview. Yeah, right, max is Samuel shit. I heard it a million times. When are you going to come up with some new shit? Not plucky. Trying to behave. It's not nice. You're being rude. I don't care. For lunch today, I'm starving over here. I'm not a present. I'm not one of your three I can tell you in your presence. That's great, great to hear from you. You got to go back and take a nap. Captain crypto. Mister Kaiser, where would you like people to locate you for more of your shenanigans and really great insights? My great insights? Yeah. Okay.

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"fiat" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

04:34 min | 2 months ago

"fiat" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"90% of the volume of Bitcoin satoshi vision is one guy wash trading over there in Australia. It's a complete mirage. It's like you're trading a phantom. It's a total scam. But why does there have to be just one? Why can't there be other? I'm not saying there has to be only one. I'm saying the market is telling us that it's only one. The market that I am I've been a stockbroker I've been on Wall Street guy for 35 years. You know, I know how to read a market. The market tells us stuff. And what the market's telling us now is that it's all the marbles are flowing into Bitcoin. That's what it looks like to me. And that's why I do what I do. And I say what I say. I put my marbles in Bitcoin, but I lost them a long time ago, so I don't know. What about countries creating their own digital currencies like the digital yuan? And you know, I know there's some rumblings about some other countries beginning to create their own digital currency. And it's one of the things that kind of scares me is when the IMF or the World Bank starts coming out with theirs and then this move away from actual paper money and stuff. How do you foresee this thing sort of playing out? If that on arrival because by definition, it'll be centralized. And no centralized crime can compete with Bitcoin. What will happen is what we just saw in Venezuela, Venezuela, a couple of years ago, they came out with the Petro, which is going to be their state coin. And then after a couple of years, they said, you know what? This is stupid. We should just grab as much Bitcoin as we possibly can. And that's what they're doing now. Okay. So I think all these country coins, it's a stepping stone and similar. They'll be like, you know, this is a centralized coin. It's just Fiat money. Like Ethereum, if italic reinvented Fiat money essentially. And so will all these country coins.

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"fiat" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

01:43 min | 2 months ago

"fiat" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"This best of bad crypto podcast takes us back to July 12th, 2020. It was episode number 426 when we had an opportunity to interview the guy who likes to literally tear up other people's Fiat currency max Kaiser dude smart, funny and relatively good-looking. He's an interesting cat. You know, he was calling Bitcoin when it was super low, right? And we had the chance to interview him twice. This is the second time that we interviewed him the first time was that the Aspen institute really early on. And this one right here is from his home and was really, he was in a great mood, duty sang a song with us and everything. Oh yeah, he had his ukulele. Yeah, but says you go alien sings a song about I think it was like a shitcoin song. You guys are really gonna enjoy this, especially curated as a best of bad crypto episode while we are on vacation as we set the time machine for July 20th, 2020, enjoy this interview with max Kaiser. If a rate the Federal Reserve is printing money, it

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Steve Deace: COVID Vaccines Lost Efficacy Since August 2021

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Steve Deace: COVID Vaccines Lost Efficacy Since August 2021

"Instead we're in an environment where I was looking at all my various social media accounts and thinking to myself where can I actually post Daniel's work And I just came to the conclusion that maybe the only place I think I can post it is over my true social account at real estate base if people want to get the link to it because I don't think I certainly can't post it on Facebook Elon hasn't taken over Twitter yet so that's a flip of a coin Okay But the reality here is since August 6th of last year And I think that's a date Your audience underlying that date August 6th of last year Rochelle Walensky had CDC goes on with wolf blitzed and admits on national TV on swell It's CNN So is it really national PV But I guess that's similar So our sort of national TV She sort of goes on national TV on CNN and admits that the vaccines now with the arrival of the delta variant and fully in America no longer stop the transmission of the virus So that's like 2.75 variants ago because we're on like the third variant of omicron right now okay And so she admitted this on August 6th of last year it got very little fanfare but on September the 9th of last year A full month after the head of the CDC admitted that we have a vaccine that doesn't actually vaccinate It doesn't actually inoculate It doesn't stop the spread of a virus That's the date that Joe Biden did what he said for the entirety of the year up to that point he had no constitutional authority to do And tried to buy Fiat of an executive order force you you could not work in America unless you got these jabs that don't actually do what they claim And this was a full month after he made this the CDC admitted that it doesn't do what a vaccine is supposed to do Dan And so it's really been since that date August 6th of last year that the entirety of this House of Cards has just begun to slowly but surely collapse We're in the last verse of weezer sweater songs while we're dropping 90s music references here All right

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"fiat" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

04:24 min | 3 months ago

"fiat" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"Making a payment, you're paying one to $2 just in a fee. And that's a fee I'm paying on top of the fees, the middlemen fees we've talked about in the past. So you have to think about, oh, well, I should withdraw someone. That's why I used to get a lot out of the bank. To begin with, just to avoid all those fees. But I think it was brilliant. I loved it. And I think you put a dollar stablecoin on that network. There's a massive game changer. That's a huge combination. Because it's both a way to transfer bitcoins around. That's obviously the initial purpose. But then yeah, in theory, you can then put other assets on it. And so we've already seen that to some extent with strike. Basically, the key insight that you can use this as a payments network, even if you don't care about holding the unit. You can convert Fiat currency to Bitcoin, send it over lightning, convert it back to your currency. And yes, if you make a stablecoin version of that red on lightning, you can make that potentially even more seamless. And to your point about liquidity, so liquidity is one of those things that's getting better over time. If you try to, you know, lightning was initially proposed white paper back 2015, 2016, original implementations came out early 2018. If you tried to send money super early on, there were much fewer connections and they were smaller connections. It was actually pretty hard to send a meaningful dollar value reliably. But then years of more people joined the network, channels, channels getting bigger and more connected makes it higher and higher payment thresholds work. And I think one of the reasons it's dismissed is because it's so small and quote unquote slow growing. It's not like you can just flip a switch and then you have this $1 billion DeFi casino, right? It's this slow grind up. And I think that's why it's not super interesting to someone who wants to make money very quickly, or who doesn't look at things that are worth less than a $1 billion. And I think that's a big mistake because the way this is designed, there's no other way than to start slow. Yes. Because it's channeled by channel and at first, it's ones that developers themselves, and then two, it's like people that really want it to work and that will help make it work. They're using it to build it out. It's like people using machetes to cut through the jungle to make the initial roads so that later better roads can be built kind of. So it was built channel by channel painstakingly. And after two, three years of that, now we're kind of at critical mass. You said you can do you can do $5000 payments, no problem. On a frequent basis. And that wasn't the case two, three years ago. And I think when we look 5 years out, I think we're going to see much bigger payments become the norm. Or become sending much bigger payments will be much easier. I just pulled up that arcane research and they said, in the last year, the number of payments has doubled and the value of those payments up by over a 400%. So what's the average value of does it say? It doesn't say that. I think it's quite hard to glean some of that information, I think.

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Has Public Health Died? Or Is It Recoverable? Dr. Jeff Barke Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:08 min | 3 months ago

Has Public Health Died? Or Is It Recoverable? Dr. Jeff Barke Explains

"Happens the next time when there is a disease that is lethal to children or isn't just killing people because they have preexisting conditions. Has public health as a function died? Is it recoverable after the lies and the destruction of businesses at the Fiat whim of capricious individuals like Fauci? Are you worried the next time there's a real threat to the public health? Oh, you know, I am worried the CDC and the national Institutes of health and even the FDA have lost a lot of credibility. Nobody's listening to these organizations anymore. They need to be restructured completely. There needs to be accountability for those at the top that created this pandemic response. And we need to change the way in which these organizations are funded. They should not be funded by the industries that they are set to oversee. They should only be funded by taxpayer dollars, they should have the backs of the American people, not the backs of the big pharma companies, which is the way it appears right now. The

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"fiat" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

05:16 min | 4 months ago

"fiat" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Top. And it is designed to be that way, right? Because with the top comes the greatest amount of hype news marketing attention, right? And each of these sort of heartbeats, so to speak, brings more people from the Fiat bump from the Fiat balloon into the Bitcoin balloon. And the peaceful scenario is one where that transition happens sort of gently slowly gradually and instead of a large number of people in the world being caught off guard by sort of the entirety of the current paradigm sort of blowing apart. You have relatively sizable chunk of them already in the Bitcoin system or in the cryptocurrency system and the infrastructure to move from one to another is already sort of very well established and sort of that movement of air, so to speak from one balloon to another, it happens gradually steadily peacefully and Fiat instead of exploding so to speak, it slowly fades into irrelevance instead, right? I don't know how realistic that is. Of course, that is the preferable way, but I think a darker pill so to speak is that the very existence of Bitcoin is probably going to end up accelerating and more rapid and sort of explosive collapse of the current monetary system. In my opinion, right? Now, we don't know when that's going to happen, but like I said, I think it's going to happen in the next several decades. But personally, I lean towards sort of a more turbulent scenario. And as that plays out, what is the role of Bitcoin in relationship to nation states or central banks? Is it something where the more turbulent it becomes, the more likely they are to kind of capitulate and purchase it? Is it something that they will avoid because there's a confidence game and kind of fractional reserve banking and Fiat currencies? How do you see those relationships playing out? So we need to understand that governments at the end of the day are composed of individuals, right? Let's say for simplicity's sake, a government is 5000 people. We need to remember that what's best for the government is not necessarily what's best for each of those individual people.

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Laura Ingraham: Jan. 6 Committee Is Only Focused on Blocking Trump

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 5 months ago

Laura Ingraham: Jan. 6 Committee Is Only Focused on Blocking Trump

"Laura Ingraham had a great analysis of this January 6th select committee hearing that is absolutely designed to prevent Trump from returning. It's all it's about. It's not about getting to the truth. It's not about saving democracy. It's about blocking Trump's return. That's all it is about. They've said it. They're on record, Liz Cheney, who has flushed her career down the drain, at least politically. She'll become an MSNBC star or a CNN anchor, but her political career is over. She's admitted, this is only designed to stop Trump. We must not allow Trump to come back. The only way Trump comes back is if millions of her constituents and fellow Republicans elect him. This is not some Fiat. You don't just, there's not some back room that a lever is pulled millions and millions of Americans yearn for an America first president again. They yearn for Trump to come back. Here is Laura's analysis last night on Fox News. And contrary to what the Democrats and Liz Cheney are alleging. Trump supporters are not the problem. January 6th was an outlier event and most everyone I know decried the law breaking that did occur. Conservatives are for the preservation of our institutions of our history and of democracy itself. Leftists, however, they want to tear it all down. But we warned you this would happen during the summer of 2020, when Democrats refused to condemn the radicals who were exploiting the awful, horrible death of George Floyd. They were terrorizing American cities. They were ripping down statues. They were denuding our country of its history in the classic Marxist tradition.

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Rand Paul: Inflation Costs Are Outpacing Stimulus Checks

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 5 months ago

Rand Paul: Inflation Costs Are Outpacing Stimulus Checks

"But you know what what if I strange about this Is your man of science or a doctor But I've been following you and your father for a long time and you've been talking about these things forever that if you're going to have Fiat money not bedrock and anything other than the faith and credit of a government that is no intention of keeping a stable money supply that eventually you're going to get inflation You've only been talking about this for 20 years I don't know as long as I've been in politics I've heard you wouldn't even hear dad mentioning it Now you've been proved prescient right correct And again it seems to be like the data is always on our side Yet we mysteriously continue to lose this debate and I think it's intermediary we call the media here That just keeps telling people that no no if we try it this time it'll definitely work I don't know if we're losing the debate because I think the winds are behind us coming to November and in November people are going to attach blame to the rising gas prices and grocery spices They're going to attach blame to the lack of formula on the shelves the bare shelves for other supplies as well And I think the blame is going squarely on the shoulders of Democrats and Biden So I think people are smarter the media hasn't got it in the media is promoting fairytales like green causes inflation But I think we just keep hammering back I mean one of the indications of inflation is a measure of the money supply called the M two It's gone up 15% annualized over the last three years and last January it was going up at a 27% annualized rate So when you increase the money supply basically to pay or buy the debt that we have incurred by spending too much that's what inflation is And so it's an expansion of the money supply And I think people get that Even the people who received the $1400 checks kind of say to themselves well I know this really can't be free There's got to be this is kind of some kind of scam right I'm not going to have to pay somehow Well that's what's happening now The inflation tax is to pay for the free checks that went out And in the end some people are paying much more for gas now than they ever received in the stimulus

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"fiat" Discussed on Crypto FITZ

Crypto FITZ

04:51 min | 6 months ago

"fiat" Discussed on Crypto FITZ

"On crypto fits music and crypto. Crypto fix, classic rock, huge. One O 2.3. Fiat money. They just print what they need. Gold, they mind what they want from never get audited. Got your attention. Enter the new world of crypto. Listen to me, crypto fits Saturday morning 7 attempt. Crypto fix, classic rock, cute. One O 2.3. In the white room with black curtains near the station.

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"fiat" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

04:23 min | 7 months ago

"fiat" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"But they're not going to start letting their citizens use that. No, they want their citizens to be trapped in their Fiat Ponzi still. They want to force their citizens to do their bidding. So we're seeing that Bitcoin's a tool, thankfully for those citizens, you know, they can escape their Fiat into Bitcoin as well. And it's a tool that's open to everyone, but governments aren't just going to start behaving nice..

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If There's No More Emergency, Does the House of Cards Fall?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:51 min | 8 months ago

If There's No More Emergency, Does the House of Cards Fall?

"So doctor Malone, hear me out with this and I'm going to do my best describing this, but I kind of I worked this through in anticipation of our conversation. So if there's no more emergency, then does big pharma and the entire their whole apparatus? Is that House of Cards fall? In other words, if there's no emergency, then there's no EUA. If there's no EUA, then there's no liability protection for vaccine companies. If there's no vaccines, then no mandates, no vaccine passports, no social credit system, no digital currency, no great reset. Is that a step too far? I wish it was that simple. I agree that the if we no longer have the emergency mandate situation as declared by the executive branch, then many of the interventions that have been promoted will no longer apply social distancing the mandates, et cetera, the military mandates, for example. And that that House of Cards falls in that is the logic that has been presented by The White House for maintaining the mandates is that in the event that this thing suddenly grew new things, we would be remiss if we didn't have that in place. That's the logic I don't agree with it, but that's what they're promoting. And they wish to retain a lot of these measures and the extra constitutional authority by maintaining it. So that's in terms of the government. The in terms of this medical industrial complex and the deeper agendas and I think you mentioned great reset. My position is that this is only a skirmish, a first battle, we're up against an entrenched multi decade long program that is embodied in the young leaders program of the World Economic Forum. They have a lot of other strategies and the big issue here is what many in the economics community are warning me about which is that we're looking at some kind of major boundary event triggered by the hyperinflation and everything else in the Fiat currency, printing money, debt crisis, et cetera, not the least of which is the impending bankruptcy of the social security

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How Does One Access Their Bitcoin Funds?

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:01 min | 11 months ago

How Does One Access Their Bitcoin Funds?

"You brought up an interesting subject just a few minutes ago and I wanna come back to it now. You said, 'cause this is very, very true. The Mexico's economy really could not exist without transfers of monetary dollars back from the United States. Economy would crash. We know that from Western Union to this the old saying he's going back for. You might have mentioned this I sent it back in Bitcoin that more than likely the family in Mexico would get the transaction through the computer, however, you know, they got it. And they would convert it, I'm assuming in the dollars or pesos, whichever one they wanted. Where would they do that at? If you, Derek, you sent me about whatever means through a server, however it is. You sent me a Bitcoin today. And I said, well, that's really nice. I want the money. Where would I go, just so to speak get the money? Sure. Well, first of all, I would say it depends on the country that you're in if you would want your local currency. If you're in Venezuela, you probably want to keep it in Bitcoin. Mexico, their currency has actually been quite strong. So that's a bit different. Colombia, the currency hasn't done so well. So not all of them wanted their local currency, but many do. The Sri Lanka, for example, Sri Lanka, El Salvador, just announced it as a Bitcoin as the official currency for El Salvador as one of several. So you may just keep it in Bitcoin. But to answer your specific question, there are more advanced ways to do this, but I'm just trying to explain the easiest way to solve some of these problems. And so you may use something like a Gemini or a similar product. And so that can help manage this operation and help you transfer it back to your Fiat currency at your local bank. And so once the transaction is sent to you, you may immediately essentially send a wire. It's not actually a wire you're not going to pay a wire fee, but you have the Bitcoin and your Gemini account and you push a button to transfer it to your bank account so that way you have it in that local currency.

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Civilizations That Most Effectively Channel Energy Win

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 11 months ago

Civilizations That Most Effectively Channel Energy Win

"So money is monetary energy. Now just a good rule for life, civilizations that most effectively channel energy win. That's an interesting thing to think about. I want you to ponder that. That's a podcast or a radio show for a different time. For example, when the United Kingdom fought the dervishes, they had machine guns, the United Kingdom did. The dervishes had camels and horses. Whoever better used energy won that battle. Whoever was better able to use technology won that battle. Now, after World War I, almost instantaneously, when World War I broke out, almost every country in Europe went off the gold standard and went to some Fiat currency. Almost instantaneously, almost immediately. This was to help finance the war. In order to fund the war machine, they needed to get to some sort of floating or Fiat currency. They began the process of debasing their currency. Now, in 1917, America passed the income tax and also we passed something called the Federal Reserve act. This was passed by then progressive former college president head of Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson, which was the beginning stage that set the framework of the central banking system. Throughout the 20s and 30s, it became more clear that in order to finance especially the 30s to finance FDR's massive government programs, we had to further debase and devalue our currency. And finally, Richard Nixon, he kind of slammed the door on a multi decade project of ending the gold standard and transitioning to a Fiat currency by basically going outside of anything that is backed by metallic or objective or finite value and went into an infinite value monetary

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Fourth Dose of Covid-19 Vaccine to Be Available in Israel

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Fourth Dose of Covid-19 Vaccine to Be Available in Israel

"Good morning, Michael. How are ya? Good morning and happy holidays to you and all your listeners. Thank you. I am I want to outsource America's amateur policy to Israel yesterday I read in the times of Israel, a fourth dose a second booster will be widely available to people our age shortly. And I just think that makes common sense if you haven't had one in 6 months. But it'll take us months to get around. Who makes these decisions in Israel? Why is it so efficient over there in such a mess here? Because I guess you have to be explanation you'll find in the federalist papers. You can have to ask mister Hamilton Madison and Jay, the founding fathers of the United States, we're very, very concerned about centralized power. They're the king of England. Tyranny. So they diffuse power between federal state, county, municipal power. And so the president of the United States can order an order vaccination or even closure of schools in a city in a state in the county. I remember the case during the COVID where the governor of the New York City to the mail of New York close your schools in the city and the mayor of New York said no. But here, you have a government essential government. And the government makes a decision. It can cause all the schools in Israel and it can order vaccinations for the entire country. Simply with a decision by Fiat. No, I do like our system better. I like our system better, but what I envy is a medical establishment that has credibility so that when they say, we think you ought to get a second booster, a fourth dose. People in Israel don't say, I don't trust it. It's full of little enzymes that will track you for life that have been placed there by secret conspiracies. They say, okay, where do I get it? Well, I mean, how do you develop that kind of credibility? That's not a government question. It's not just that the vaccination policy has to be found has to be grounded in sort of an omnibus legislation. Now, give an example. It's saying that if you don't have a vaccination, you can't work in a healthcare facility. If you don't have a vaccination, you can't get into a movie theater.

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Supreme Court Turns Away Bid for DC Voter Representation

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Supreme Court Turns Away Bid for DC Voter Representation

"Let's start with the supreme court news. they're not gonna hear a certain case. What does that case. Is it a big deal. Yeah well it's a big deal. Only if you actually care about following the rule of law and the constitution with we all should care about and this is a good thing that the supreme court is still just saying. Sorry democrats no you can't tear up the constitution. Sorry you can't just try to force dc into statehood by judicial fiat so the constitution actually in both article one and article four of the constitution prescribes that It's actually congress that can create states. A you have to go through congress not the judiciary but also this whole thing about challenging for dc statehood on the equal protection basis. What people fail to realize the democrats in particular fail to realize is that the the district was created so that we don't have one state that has so much more power over congress. So you actually have you. Who live in dc and can vote in dc actually have representation of the entire us house of representatives. Not just a couple. So this whole equal protection argument. I think is ridiculous. So the supreme court just by very quickly kind of summarily said nope and a gorsuch and thomas actually said we would even say that we can't hear this as a non justiceable question so they just said we don't even have jurisdiction because it is it. Is the congress the legislative.

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Co-Founder of Yield Guild Games Gabby Dizon on Why He Started YGG

Venture Stories

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Co-Founder of Yield Guild Games Gabby Dizon on Why He Started YGG

"Everybody welcome to another episode of venture stories by village global on here today joined by few special guests. We've gabby dion of g. G and linda shay of skelter linda gabby welcome to the buck s. Thanks for having me expecting us awesome. I'm here joined by mike. Majko's lucas baio at village. Global team lucas. Welcome awesome so maybe as as an introduction gabby one one you for those unfamiliar. Why don't you introduce what is why did he. And what compelled you to start it. Sure so why did you or you'll games is laid to earn gaming guild. So it's a community of gamers that flavius different. Nfc based games similar to axiom. Senate the the give it self Think of a world of work yield exempt up. The guilt itself owns these assets that if we invest in and then we land out these assets to our blair community around the world so that they can play An ebay games and actually earn some money from them and some historical overview about how this category came to be okay so played. The earn is a pretty new phenomenon. I would say just start the last year of been in the blockchain gaming space since early two thousand eighteen and really experimenting long like what what really could be the use case of blockchain games so there have been a lot of discussion on how players having ju- ownership which means that if i haven't nfc. I really own it. There's interoperability but one of the use cases emerged last year is that you could use these. And if these to play a game and win some currency rewards. So these are these are in game rewards. That could be exchanged for For fiat money And that's helped me started the axiom affinity popular lice this Model and it started gaining traction here in my home country. The philippines last year during the early part of a lapdog when people in their royal philippines started Discovered acting started laying as a way to earn money while they were laid off stuck on It's clearly no knowing dumb and it really just up there

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US Drone Strike Kills ISIS-K Planner One Day After Kabul Airport Attack

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:23 min | 1 year ago

US Drone Strike Kills ISIS-K Planner One Day After Kabul Airport Attack

"Pentagon tonight revealed a drone strike has been carried out against the suspected isis k. Planner our pentagon correspondent courtney. Kuby has been following the latest developments. She joins us on the phone right. Now courtney thank you so much. What do we know about how this attack was carried out. So this was a stroke. A strike from a us drone a reaper. It was carried out in nangarhar province which is eastern afghanistan. it's it's east of kabul and along the border with pakistan and it occurred as an individual who is believed according to the us us defense officials believed to have been involved in planning for future attacks. He was driving in a vehicle with an associated an associate they were in an isolated area. According to the official. I spoke with and The strike was carried out in a manner of it was intended to minimize any civilian casualties. Because they weren't an isolated area the department offense and us central command. Do not believe there were any civilian casualties tracking any so again. It's important to point out. this was a strike against isis chorus. On this was the first counter-terror strike that the us has taken that. We know about in afghanistan in some time the last one eight acknowledged was actually in february twenty twenty This strike clearly fiat indirect retaliation for the attack on kabul airport. Yesterday

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Q&A: Is Bitcoin Bad for the Environment?

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

02:27 min | 1 year ago

Q&A: Is Bitcoin Bad for the Environment?

"I'm thinking about investing in bitcoin. But my sister told me that crypto is bad for the environment. Is that true. But i thought crypto is digital. So how is that possible. I know right. Crypto currency is entirely digital currency. So if it doesn't exist in the physical world how could it be affecting the fiscal world. It's a concept that can totally make your head spin but we have to study ourselves because it's one hundred percent true cryptocurrency is digital. I'm not gonna rock your world and tell you that there is a pot of dougie does coin at the end of the rainbow. The only way you're going to be holding dougie gone in your hands is if you come over to meet my dog coin penny and you can follow her at dougy cohen on instagram. Halfway so even though the currency isn't physical it is made by physical systems. And that's where the environmental impact comes in. Let's double click on bitcoin for a second because it's one of the least efficient cryptocurrencies to manufacture. And it's also been researched. The most thoroughly so there is belenky of data on the effects of its production process and here on money rehab. We do let us some data. So let's talk about how. Bitcoin is made we touched on this in our episode on. Nf teas but i think we're due for a refresher. Bitcoin is created in a process called bitcoin mining. But i promise you. The process of bitcoin mining is not what you might think of when you picture traditional mining when you think of mining you're probably thinking of well a mine with hard hats and caves and canaries but bitcoin mining doesn't happen in a mine. It happens on a computer and this is the interesting part of bitcoin. Anyone can mine. Bitcoin and you can do it from anywhere in the world so long as you have access to a computer that makes bitcoin completely different from government backed currencies like the. Us dollar. nick sherry. Note here if you want to impress your friends. The financial term for government backed currencies is fiat currencies. Okay back to bitcoin mining. Can you imagine if anyone could print dollar bills. Only that but imagine that you could just print dollar bills and do it at home. Without getting out of your. Pj's if this was a thing. I would do it. I wouldn't you so. Why isn't everyone making mining bitcoin.

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"fiat" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"fiat" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"Lux the origins of modern money by heavily armored clown. The word fiat is growing. More grand is in the modern lexicon however despite its increasing popularity it is often ill defined or misused. I regularly observed people falsely calling bitcoin a fiat currency. This is thanks. Not least of all to the layman's poor. Grasp of history and money fiat is of latin origin. Meaning authoritative sanction a decree command order. Fiat does not mean backed by nothing or redeemable for nothing or pegged to nothing. The phrase fiat lux is a latin reference to some of the most prolific words ever written from the book of genesis in the bible. Let there be light. We can see here how the word is used authoritatively. There was no light and god commanded that there should be light and there was light unfortunately for us or perhaps to our great fortune. Man's insulation of the spoken word of god carries with it far less divine authority and thus decrees of sapien origin must be enforced by coercion. Which today usually comes in the form of complex legal and judicial systems as long as men have ruled over one another with force. There have been decrees in this manner..

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"fiat" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"fiat" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"Center of the bitcoin. Audio verse i. Im guy swan the guy who has read more about bitcoin than anybody else you know. We have got an awesome one today. This one top vote on big on audible dot com slash vote. Thank you for everybody. Who shared their opinion. We've got one from heavily armored clown these heavily-armored clown on the twits and medium. And all things actually you know him from wti happened in one thousand nine hundred ninety one he and been prentice manage that and they are all over the place. There's so many great shows in fact if you go to w. t.f happened in nine hundred seventy one. There's lots of different links to different episodes and podcast and everything that they have been on a. I was on what bitcoin did with him and bin and had a great time of. We got really cool article here. They're always fire on this issue. And this walks us through a bit of monetary history of the united states and it not only reveals not only. Does it kind of walk us through. All of the repetitive credit expansion and debt cycles of the united states. And why these things happened but it also kind of sheds a light on the very idea of the term fiat what it means and how the inevitable problems that arise from the fiat rule of a monastery good How how those. Problems have arisen in the us monetary system over and over throughout its history and how bitcoin may actually be a ray of hope at writing the incentives and putting an end to the.

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"fiat" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"fiat" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Michael sailors executing. What i think most people have referred to as the speculative attack converting that into a heart asset. But really. it's no different than if he was borrowing money to buy real estate. Whose real estate business. Right i mean it's almost identical. You know a very similar thing. Yeah and the difference. Of course the The conclusion of the book is the. Bitcoin is real estate on steroids. Real estate does five ten fifteen percent a year or something like that because been averaging two hundred percent a year over the last ten years and this year you know. Bitcoin only needs to end the year at fifty one thousand in order to continue to one hundred percent annual growth rate on average over the last eleven years so if this trend is you know i think that's going to be the most interesting question in the future. Which is how do we deal with what happens when fiat is inflating. Everybody's borrowing fiat because they're buying bitcoin. So people are accumulating. Bitcoin by borrowing fiat. It's i think one kind of perhaps sad conclusion from it is that the people who have fiat privilege Transfer the Into bitcoin privilege by borrowing large amounts of at low interest rates. And using it to buy the mood point. I think the potential possibilities that we might get some kind of Government restriction on the ability of people to bottle handbag point so. They may not clamp down on bitcoin or make bitcoin criminalize but they might make it. So that big on you don't get to borrow you. Don't get access to capital markets. I think we could perhaps see something like this at some point but i think because otherwise it's just you can't really see how else would go. I know people are just gonna see more and more michael sailors bring up. And they're gonna wanna do ten. Everybody's going to max out their mortgage and their credit card than everything that they can do so that they are in as big a fiat debt as possible so they can stack as much sats as possible. That just means much more dollar inflation and much more Bitcoin number go up ball. So it'll be interesting to watch how this unfolds of the next few decades. So you're you're pretty convinced that they're going to stop from borrowing to be able to buy. No i don't think so. I mean i. I'm agnostic about the possibility. I don't know what the probability is. But i think this kind of attack vector. Yes an option. I think it's one way they could attack bit. When i think would probably pass the stage where they could just criminalize it like drugs and go after people door to door to check if they have bitcoin but this is perhaps one way in which the empire can fight back when you start to think about kind of the fiat system. What do you expect the conclusion here. Is there like a showdown the final boss. You know that type of thought process or are you more sympathetic to the idea that overtime. We'll get more. Cynthia lomas In the senate or worn davidsons in congress get educating their realize. Hey look you know..

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"fiat" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"fiat" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Because they don't you could lose your collateral kicked out of your house or whatever it is so It's a risky business. But basically this is. I think this is the lesson of the fiat standard that it puts everybody on a treadmill where you need to be constantly highly stressed at making payments and close to insolvency an highly vulnerable to any kind of shock that can affect your business. Because you can't have savings and you need to.

"fiat" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"fiat" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"And then you transport you you apply that to you can see why blending is such a big deal because the way that mining fiat works is through lending when you go to the bank and you ask them for million dollars so you can buy a house. The bank isn't taking one million dollars that somebody else had deposited in that bank and giving them to you. The bank is making mining essentially new fiat. So if they can get you to borrow they get to make new fiat money. That's the equivalent of solving proof of work problem. It's finding a lender finding borrower who wants to borrow and who fills the criteria for borrowing and then being able to issue the loan that allows them to make more money when you think about it this way the fiat system to make a mama sense. So that's why everybody's in debt why in fiance. No no matter how much money you get you just keep rolling it over into bigger and bigger people. Don't make money so that they can be off their debts. People make money so that they can take on bigger debts so individuals are in debt. Corporations are in debt governments. Aren't that at all levels municipal and national and everything. Everybody needs to get in debt. Because when you get in debt you know if you wanted to buy the house With cash house and you wanted to buy it with cash. Well that's the say a million dollar house but if you're able to get with the mortgage than the bank is going to effectively make a hundred thousand dollars out of there you'll but up twenty thousand two hundred thousand upfront. But then the bank managed to make eight hundred thousand so they can cut you a sweet deal here because it's not like you're taking up you know it's not like you're taking up their capital. Just get to make new capital so if buying a house can be used as a way to mine. Fiat is going to be very profitable for the minor. And the cut you in on that. And that's why it makes sense for everybody to buy their houses in that everybody buys Their houses in their major expenses You get into death and you better deal than if you pay cash because obviously you know over time. The value of the money declines and the value of the repayment of the loan continuous decline. So when you think about let's talk nation state debt verse individual debt and corporate debt. There's different players in the market. Then they're all taking on debt. Is it fair to say. It's all the exact same structure so the government takes debt. Because they're gonna be able to pay it off with cheaper dollars in the future same as the individual buying that house or some other kind of fair way to categorize it in your opinion. The same because depends on your credit worthiness Depends on your political connections. So the issue here of course is that this isn't this isn't amazon's and fair system like bitcoin where anybody can solve the roof work problems. I get rewarded and the only way to guarantee that you can make more than just with group. Work is to mind. More efficiently and have more miners have more electricity when fiat doesn't quite work that.

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"fiat" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"fiat" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"I can't wait until you get to the end. Anthony pomigliano runs pomp investments. All views of him and the guests on his podcast are shown their opinions and do not reflect opinions of investments. You should not treat any opinion expressed by trump or his guests as specific inducement to make up particular investment or follow a particular strategy but only as an expression of his personal opinion. This podcast is for informational purposes. Only safety how are you. I'm very good. Thank you for having me. No thank you for doing this. Let's just jump right into you've got a new book coming out which is a play on words from the last title. The fiat standard. Tell us kind of one. Why are you writing a second book. I feel like that's not an easy task and then to what what's the book about well. The short answer for wired write the book is that the first one seemed to work and so you know you follow markets. Let's people like the first one you give them more what they like. And it is a play on the title but it's also more than just the play on the title. It's kind of like a play on the whole book in that. I take the way in which i studied that approached the bitcoin standard in which i studied a bitcoin. I apply it to fiat dino so think about if you were trying to explain fiat as if it was a digital currency. How would you explain it. What would the white paper look like. What's the dev team will. Who runs a node. How can you run a node if you think about field in these terms. I think because. Bitcoin is such an advanced form of money and it was designed by very brilliant engineer. And it's been worked on by a lot of brilliant engineers since then. I think it's a great example of everything that you need in order to make a monetary system function and so then you can look at fiat through that lens and you'll get a lot of clarity about how he had actually functions so. That was the motivation for writing. This as i started to think about fiat as another digital currency. And i'm trying to explain understand what it is doing and how it functions it. Actually i found. I found it to be useful as a way of understanding the fiat system. And so when you start thinking about the fiat system most people think of it as to completely diametrically opposed systems right one is transparent decentralized open source programmatic etc and the other is basically the exact opposite. Is that your general. Read on the two systems do you have some sort of Kind of more nuance to the comparison. This there's a lot of the comparison. So i think the perhaps the most powerful tool is when you try and think about how mining works in fiat zone bitcoin. We know that you know the miners solve the proof of work problems and then they get issued new coins in the schedule from coins. They get in gold. We know that you mind. Gold digging into the ground and then refining it but in fiat. If you ask yourself house beyond mind it's a very deep rabbit hole and you start thinking about it and start thinking about the significance in terms of you know who just think about how much of a big deal mining bitcoin is..

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What Has Joe Biden Done to Promote Democracy?

Mark Levin

01:03 min | 1 year ago

What Has Joe Biden Done to Promote Democracy?

"Ahead alarm. I'm also saying this It's good news. Doesn't have to be this way. It doesn't have to be for real. We have the means we just need the will. Will to save and strengthen our democracy. Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me? Mr Executive orders. Mr Fiat. Mr Unity. What a joke. He wants to save our democracy. It's interesting, the worst the worst. The worst who run these various Countries. These autocracies always talk about doing things in the name of the people Democracy. Tell me where has Joe Biden done anything? That promote democracy. Anything. What has he done in his entire damnable life? What has he done? Nothing.

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"fiat" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"fiat" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Bitcoin is a very volatile, volatile product. It should step and it shoots down if you think the market's been volatile lately. Well, you haven't seen anything. If you start investing in pig going you'll know of volatility is, I guess that's why the market hasn't been bothering me lately. I've been so involved with Bitcoin for so many years. Seeing and go from 3500 to 20,000 you gotta rise. August 17 2035 100 Christmas 17 $22,000 That's a pop as a pop. I wish you wouldn't last. But it was obvious evidence and witness last moving that quickly, But we want you to know what's gonna be happening with pickle in on the next segment of the show. We're going to say I guess I do a deeper dive into Bitcoin itself. What is Bitcoin? What is Fiat? What is Bitcoin back by What is the dollar back by What is the fed These air things? A lot of people don't know, but you need to have understanding of what money is. I understand what Bitcoin is, and a lot of people spend money. What people have money. A lot of people save money, but they really don't seem to know what Money is so that's gonna be our first deep dive today into the world of Bitcoin is what is money after you know what money is, then you can see how Bitcoin Comes into boy like you said, not only his Bitcoin kind of Ah money, but it's more of a store value. It's more of a digital goal,.

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