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02:26 min | 2 months ago

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04:03 min | 2 months ago

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"This matters because cheap energy equals human flourishing. That's an equation. Cheap energy equals human flourishing beyond the revolution in monetary policy that bitcoin already represents bitcoin may also represent the biggest catalyst the world has ever known for developing abundant clean cheap energy and therefore one of the biggest catalysts in the world for human flourishing. The only thing. I'll add to. Ross here is that this isn't theoretical. It's happening it's happening right now. Companies like great american mining are out there creating the mechanism to capture energy that would otherwise be lost and so the point in summary. Is that when it comes to the. Es g is not only as bitcoin. Not as bad as you've been led to believe it's actually creating a mechanism for a better system to be built. Let's move on to the second letter. S social on this letter. We get a little more vague and a little wider to interpretation about what social values accompany is supposed to have indeed this is and will continue to be hotly debated however. Let's discuss it in this broad context. Bitcoin is a tool for economic empowerment for historically marginalized communities. Let's discuss the global. I in the us. We've been privileged to not have to deal with the scourge of rampant inflation. When it comes to the world we are an exception. Not the rule if you're lebanon for example for the vast majority of the past twenty years. You can be confident. That one dollar was worth fifteen hundred or so lebanese pounds until that peg started to break when the peg started to break created bank crohn's problem with imports shelves black currency markets and more between september of two thousand nineteen when that peg started to break and july twenty twenty and peaked turmoil. The market went from about one thousand five hundred and fifteen lebanese pounds per dollar to ninety seven hundred lebanese pounds per dollar if you had as so many lebanese people did their life savings in pounds. That life savings was now worth less than a sixth of what it was nine months earlier. This story is extreme but hardly isolated turkey argentina venezuela. These are all places where people who've worked hard their whole lives wake up to see. The value of their money evaporates seemingly overnight in many of these places. I'm looking at you argentina. This has happened over and over again. There are also many parts of the world where money is subject to outright confiscation. The human rights foundation estimates that more than fifty percent of the world's population currently lives under authoritarian rule. It is perhaps unsurprising then that that same human rights foundation is so convinced that the power of bitcoin as a tool that allows people for the first time in human history to opt out of local monetary systems that leverage their wealth and are used as tools of control and instead move into something that their rulers can't touch but it is not just people living under global authoritarian rule that find bitcoin. Appealing is also historically marginalized communities. Right here in america. The history of this country is rife with examples of outright discrimination and banking practices followed by predatory institutions that fill in the gaps importantly. This is not something that magically went away with the civil rights act or the fair housing act or the equal credit opportunity. Act a twenty seventeen civil lawsuit alleged that wells fargo employees targeted undocumented immigrants to open accounts without consumers knowledge and charged fees on accounts. Consumers didn't even know they had they were fine. Millions and in two thousand eighteen also received a one billion dollar fine related to auto insurance and mortgage lending practices. Jp morgan settled fifty. Five million dollar lawsuit. Alleging racial discrimination coming from lenders using varying mortgage rates that ended up higher for black and latinx customers the same groups are less likely to have bank branches than other communities on average and in these banking. Desert's you can count on payday lenders. Check cashes in the like to swoop in. These are just the tip of the iceberg of examples and so is it any wonder that black america and marginalized communities are turning to a completely alternative system. Read bitcoin and black america by isaiah jackson as a starting point better yet pop into the black. Bitcoin billionaires club on clubhouse one of the most booming communities on.

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02:46 min | 2 months ago

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"About wipe bitcoin investing is e s g. Investing before i start i want to give their two sources of inspiration for this particular podcast. The first is kind of general. When we start new bull market cycles there is inevitably a new wave of fear uncertainty and doubt. That happens the cynical side of this. Is that people who have been against bitcoin and crypto for perpetuity are re upping and doubling down on their entrenched transpositions because otherwise. They look stupid for having missed it. Visit absolutely a thing. I've mentioned in a number of times. But the non cynical take which is much more important i think is that there are by definition a lot of new people discovering bitcoin price rises. It's not at all dismissive of all bitcoins. Nonfinancial properties to recognize that number go up is just about the best marketing to get people to pay attention. Certainly i believe saito. She recognized this. So if we take it from that angle. We have to assume that every new cycle brings new people. Many of whom will naturally have questions scepticisms reservations that they want to address. That's a good faith conversation. And i'm here for it. So that's the general context. The more specific inspiration is a set of tweets from row. Paul this morning. He wrote bitcoin twitter. A bit of help needed. It appears that bitcoin is not yes g. Friendly is the narrative that i think was started at the c. Be to slow institutional adoption and is now spreading to the media. I have a few institutional asset allocation committees reach out for clarification as they are concerned with espn mandates versus their desire to own bitcoin. I want to set them at ease that this is a false narrative. I know a few of you have looked at this. But is there a definitive article on the true cost relative. Cost outside of the cost is very low to secure the blockchain which doesn't really help the institutions. I'm sure someone has done some great deeper analysis. Can you point me in the right direction to something that uses factual data references and analysis etc. Something that will work for these institutions. As i've got an inbox full now i've been thinking about this topic basically forever so i figured why not do the show last thing to note before we start is that i am not actually a bitcoin person coming to. Es g environmental social and governance in many ways. I'm an ese person. That came to bitcoin in college. I started a series of programs to help students learn how to make an effective impact abroad. Reason just make an impact that made them feel good. That ended up leading me to think. About systems of impact in general and notice that charity and philanthropy while often very necessary tend to be the cleanup of extra analyses of whatever the dominant economic power system is is started to think why not focus that on changing the system that creates the extra analyses in the first place that got.

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02:15 min | 2 months ago

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"I believe the first business offer suite for bitcoin companies and for corporates holding bitcoin. At least that's my guess either way. How does the market feel well. Ms about twenty percent on tuesday as the price of bitcoin crash but it is up nearly thirteen percent at the time. I'm recording today. So as we round out just a few things to think about and consider as we look at these two moves from square and micro strategy. I these specific company moves are the ones that are the least likely to move the bitcoin market square and micro strategy are officially in the okay. We get it. You like. Bitcoin camp and they have less power to influence other market actors. I believe second i think. In general we're going to see this sort of news lose. Its power to move the market and by this sort of news i mean bitcoin corporate treasury holdings sure if a really conservative company comes in if we find out more insurance companies are in if we find some category that is unexpected has gotten in. It might have an aggregate power to provide momentum. But i think individual bits of news. Allah tesla are going to overtime lose their individual power to make the market shift in short order. And that i think is a good thing it tends to be a sign of froth when one individual company or one individual piece of news can actually move a market really significantly over the long term whereas i think it makes tons of sense that the combination of news the general trend of corporates buying into bitcoin as a whole has power to create that long-term momentum a third point is this demonstrates how little bitcoin there really is to go around. It's going to get harder and harder for companies to buy big blocks of bitcoin like this. Which feels like it. Inevitably increases the price at which companies will have to buy in. Ironically this aggressiveness. On the part of companies like microsoft Could start to crowd people out. At least there could be a conversation or a narrative. Around that. In fact i wouldn't be surprised if you started to see a new set of fudd around corporate centralization risk and perhaps even michael sailor and micro strategies specifically five speaking of new categories of. I bet there's going to be an increasing conversation about.

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02:03 min | 2 months ago

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07:39 min | 2 months ago

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"Monday february twenty-second and today we're talking about the first canadian bitcoin. Etf absolutely crushing things. Right now. i however let's do the brief. I brief today. The roller coaster is back. Bitcoin got up to over fifty. Eight thousand dollars this weekend before a huge fifteen percent down move all the way back under fifty thousand hitting forty seven thousand coin pro before rebounding to around fifty three thousand at the time of this recording. Now i've seen a bunch of narrative interpretations pointing to yellen comments from this morning or pointing to rising. Us bond yields in this circumstance. I'm just not buying it since we broke thirty thousand at the beginning of this year. We've had exactly one significant pullback otherwise it has been a straight shot up now regular listeners will know that. I spent a lot of time thinking about narratives but they're not in terms of these micro movements in short term movements there much about the broader patterns and cycles that bitcoin and other acids find themselves within i do think that we've seen a few indicators that specific individual news a lot tesla can actually shift the market one direction or another. But right now it feels to me like we've just been rising so fast that there was inevitably going to be a little bit of a pullback also. There could be a specific reason to be cheering for that pullback. Imagine that you're one of these firms that over the last. Few months has decided to allocate to bitcoin. But you're staring at a price that's up about one hundred percent where it was at. The beginning of the year seems entirely plausible. That you're waiting to pull the trigger into at least some move down. Some retracement some pullback that of course is wild speculation but just another reason to not be stressed when things move down in the short term next up on the brief today an update on china's digital yuan and its relationship with private fintech companies we've been following the testing and the rollout of the digital yuan and the significance is a couple different pieces. There's i significance in the context of china trying to create an alternative to the. Us led global financial system. But there's a second context as well which has to do with the relationships between private fintech companies in china and the chinese government itself indeed it seems increasingly clear that step one in creating that alternative system is consolidating power at home what we saw late last year when china stepped in and stopped the financial groups. Ipo and really reshape. The way that company was designed are all a part of that larger battle today. Bloomberg is running a story about how china is pulling in two of the biggest fintech companies to its digital you on trial. The article is titled china. Enlists aunt backed my bank in expanding digital you on trial and here are the key lines. My bank service will soon be introduced to the people's bank of china's digital yuan app. People familiar said requesting not to be identified because the matter is private tencent backed. We bank will also participate. One of the people said the e wallets from the two firms will have exactly the same function as those from. The six state owned lenders in the trial said the person adding the two banks to the pilot will help china's central bank expand its influence and user coverage in its push to establish the first national digital currency from a major central bank. When the people's bank of china. I announced its plans. It was viewed as some as a government move to reclaim the two hundred ninety. Three trillion yuan about forty five trillion dollars payments industry from ant groups ali pay and tencent holdings we chat pay. So again i think there are two really important dimensions to keep watching here. The first is the geopolitical battle. Us versus china. But then there's also the question of public versus private money within china itself finally on the brief today a quick stimulus update now that the trump impeachment trial is over focuses squarely back on the stimulus. The top article on bloomberg today reads biden's one point nine trillion dollar stimulus plan enters three week dash in congress. The focused on democrats is getting this done before. Unemployment benefits expire on march fourteenth in the house. The substance of the bill is largely locked in with bloomberg saying quote. There's no sign of rebellion by the few remaining democratic deficit. Hawks imperilling the bill on the floor. Now key aspects of this one point nine trillion dollar plan include four hundred and twenty two billion for direct stimulus checks to individuals two hundred and forty six billion for supplemental unemployment insurance three hundred and fifty billion for state and local governments one hundred and sixty billion to combat the coronavirus including vaccines testing tracing hundred and thirty billion to reopen k. Through twelve schools and seven point two five billion for small businesses via the paycheck protection program for the republicans. Big issues in this are one that big payment to states and to an increase of the national minimum wage to fifteen dollars obviously given that. This is the central fiscal battleground. Right now people across different sectors of the economy but certainly in industries like bitcoin gold etc are watching to see what happens for me. I'm also interested in seeing just how the conversation is shifting. Are we seeing some mass turn to spending or is there pushback on. That certainly seems to me a little bit like the deficit. Hawks are getting louder. So we'll just have to see what that means over the next few months in terms of how it impacts the biden administration's ability to do what they want to do without. Let's shift to our main conversation. The first canadian bitcoin. Atf is absolutely crushing. Let's start this by getting super basic for a second in case you're not familiar with some of this terminology. An etf is an exchange traded fund. It is a type of security that tracks. An underlying set of other assets could be an index of stocks. It could be a basket of commodities. It's similar to a mutual fund. Except that atf's are traded on exchanges day in and day out just like a stock would be in practice. Atf's often a good way to get exposure to a thesis or a sector without necessarily holding the underlying for example. Sp why is an etf that tracks the s. and p. five hundred so if you think in general stocks will go up and you want exposure. That's an approach another example. That many of you will be familiar with right now. arc investments. etf's arc is run of course by former breakdown guest. Kathy would and has some of the most popular. Atf's in the world right now last week in fact three of arcs. Etf's were in the top ten of net flows the arc fintech innovation etf the arc innovation etf and the ark next generation internet etf. Indeed five of the seven are in the top twenty year to date flows. And the two that aren't are still in the top ten percent at eighty six and one hundred and twenty eight which is pretty remarkable considering that these are surrounded almost entirely by people like blackrock and vanguards very generic. Etf's like vanguard s and p five hundred and i shares. That's blackrock seven to ten year treasury bond. Etf but let's talk now about a bitcoin conceptually. Why would a bitcoin. Etf be good for the space. The short answer is that it could better integrate the asset into existing financial markets in a way that could make it more available to more different types of people historically many the advocates for bitcoin. Etf have argued that it was a way to bring in a new wave of particularly institutional investors coin desk to one. Oh one style piece on. Bitcoin t fs and here. They're pros of their procon reasons for an etf that they list one..

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05:41 min | 2 months ago

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"The us has found itself at the crossroads of many consequential technology shifts before the space race. The atom bomb the internet and more recently the race for general purpose artificial intelligence the outcomes of these sovereign techno economic games determine the fate of empires for the us. It is a game it is unknowingly leading and can still decisively win but the opportunity to do so is closing all right back to l. w. here and first of all thank you alex. I love this piece and specifically the conversation it provoked so i just want to share a few thoughts for you guys to extend this conversation. We can take it to twitter and youtube and clubhouse and everywhere else but first of all one of the things that i think makes this less likely right now at least in kind of a level one thinking sort of way is that it feels very likely to me that pariah nations i e venezuela by iran i north korea are actually the first early adopters of pudding bitcoin on their balance sheets and the reason for that is quite simple. These are the countries that are most affected by the us has control of the monetary system specifically interbank payments and the swift system which can be used as a weapon against countries to the extent that they see bitcoin as a viable alternative to the swift system and to the us dollar order in general it would not surprise me if we found out later that they had been slowly accumulating for a very long time. They'll be temptation. Among many policymakers particularly those who don't want to engage too deeply to say this is the money of my enemy. therefore it is not of interest to me. now one other geo-political opportunity that relates to this. That's not related to the us or those pariah nations that are on the outskirts of the us system is it seems like a very interesting opportunity for call. It opportunistic tier two economies turkey argentina. Indonesia even nigeria. Even though they've been in the news sort of the opposite making a bet on a bitcoin standard or at least a bitcoin compliment that recognizes the supremacy and importance of the internet. In this day and age could be a really smart way to take some economic power back that has potentially been lost in the constant cycles of debt renegotiation and so on and so forth. I would also not be surprised if over the next couple of years with the right leadership. One of this category of countries announced that they are making a big bet or have been making a big bet on bitcoin banal. Let's bring it back to the us. I do think that it is an extremely strong narrative for those of us. Who are in bitcoin to say that being pro. Bitcoin is being pro. Us there's a chance to reframe mining to look at companies like great american mining as something that is helping the energy supply comeback home that supporting american energy independence that's enabling people to capture and use energy. That would otherwise be lost. I think it's strong to point out as alex. Dozen his piece to point out. Just how much of the legitimate institutional side of the market is anchored in the traditional us centers of financial power. There's an ability to say sure. Bitcoin has some shady sides but when it comes to the legitimate above board regulated side. We've got the biggest and most important players here. Finally i think it's strong. To focus on a next generation of dollar dominance that doesn't require guns to reinforce. And what i mean by that is. We have been retreating from the world as the us for some time now for decades now what started as a slow retreat became a wrecking ball under president trump and to the extent that we are no longer willing to be the world's policeman that means you're likely to see some amount of returning to regional blocks and geography mattering as peter's aon would put it in that context. You have the question of how much the dollar will matter will. Other currencies particularly china's digital yuan fill a gap based on that regional projection of power potentially connecting to bitcoin as a part of the future. Us financial system could extend that dominance for another generation. And i think this brings in another piece of the conversation which has to be. Cdc's there is in fact some momentum for this type of narrative chris giancarlo the former. Cftc chairman has been beating down the drums and halls of washington talking about why we need digital dollar and talking specifically about why we need an american digital currency. Not just the chinese digital currency. He has a very interesting take. That basically says the constitution offers a lot more protections even if you are concerned about privacy then does something like the chinese regime when it comes to a currency that they totally control. I could see a really powerful argument for a digital dollar backed by digital gold. Right and the last thing i want to mention. Is that if you are just an economic realist. One of the things that you might be looking with concern if you're in a position of power in the us government or the us monetary regime is that the us is increasing in a position where it has to buy the treasury. That foreigners used to. Here's a quote from lynn. Alden from just a couple of days ago the foreign sector accumulated a little less than five percent of the total. Us treasury issuance. In twenty twenty that compares to sixty percent that were bought by the fed this is effectively a monetization of debt. And that's something. That is a real concern. For many policymakers in that context is it impossible that bitcoin becomes an appealing hedge. As i said at the top a lot to explore here in the thing that i love is the conversation opening up. So i hope you guys enjoyed alex's peace and the little discussion we had after let me know what you think on all those networks i mentioned before and until tomorrow guys be safe and take care of each other piece..

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01:58 min | 2 months ago

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"To sovereign techno economic games so far countries in their central banks have resisted publicly making disclosing investments in bitcoin. In fact they've done the opposite. In some cases european central bank head christine lagarde was quoted as saying that. It's very unlikely. Central banks would make the move into bitcoin in the near future. Nigeria's central bank recently reiterated. Its outright ban on cryptocurrency. India's parliament proposed. Its own crypto band. Despite the country's supreme court ruling at lawful these negative actions have occurred in the name of protecting the existing fiat currency regime. Eeg nigeria or limiting competition for plan central bank digital currencies india. But there is near certainty that this dynamical ultimately reverse potentially within the next twelve months. Why simple economic incentives in the near term there exists an irresistible arbitrage opportunity for a country silently to accumulate bitcoin position and later announced its holdings bitcoin being adopted as a sovereign reserve asset is often considered the final boss of adoption milestones. It finally happening would send an ultra bullish signal and vaporize doubts among traditional investor holdouts including other central banks the resulting adoption acceleration would bestow huge windfalls for early adopter countries who managed to accumulate early in this transition in the longer term. Bitcoin represents a sovereign wealth building opportunity with asymmetric risk reward upside. Let's assume a country agrees and decides to buy a relatively small hedge position in bitcoin. One to five percent of its reserves. The upsides are clear. But what's the downside for being wrong if it turns out that bitcoin never becomes a global reserve asset. The nation simply stuck with owning a rapidly growing highly liquid alternative asset. The behaves a lot like gold. But what if it doesn't by any bitcoin and it does become a global reserve asset. Any late adopter country would see it. Sovereign wealth diminished relative to early adopters. And would be forced to capitulate at higher prices later yet for the us. The downside of not being one of the winners of bitcoin is greater.

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02:57 min | 2 months ago

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"It is sunday february. Twenty first and that means it's time for long reads sunday. And i have a fun one for you guys today. Obviously we have been talking all cycle about bitcoin coming to institutions and more specifically bitcoin. Coming to corporate treasuries. Just this week. The motley fool of all people put five million dollars of bitcoin on its corporate treasury. Still there is a sense that some people have that this is still the small time and what really will be the big driver of some future cycle if not this. One is sovereign funds and central banks themselves pudding bitcoin on the balance sheet. Today i am reading an essay from coin desk called y the us needs bitcoin. It is by alex trees. A co-founder at zab. Oh and it's all about bitcoin as a reserve asset for the united states. So let's listen in while the. Us needs. Bitcoin elon. Musk and other. Vip's have endorsed it. Here's why the federal reserve should seriously consider btc for its balance sheet. The united states will adopt bitcoin as a reserve asset. Why because it is unequivocally in strategic interest to do so. The question is not if this will happen but when whether it happens within twelve months to years five years or ten years will have major implications for us positioning for decades failure to embrace bitcoin sooner rather than later will damage strategic interests and benefit rivals. Adopting at first by examining how the us and other countries manage their reserve assets. Today we can already see the logic for this transition to occur golden empire today the us hold two hundred sixty one. Million troy ounces. Eight thousand one hundred and thirty-three metric tons of gold or about four hundred and seventy five billion worth this makes the us the largest holder of gold in the world by a wide margin with over two times the amount of the next largest holder germany. Historically there was a very good reason for the us to own gold the us dollar was pegged to its value yet. The us broke with the gold standard in nineteen seventy-one ushering in the fiat currency age that has existed ever since. So why exactly the. Us and other countries continue to own all this gold here. Some of the reasons provided directly from central bankers themselves. Gold is the defacto safe haven asset. It is an insurance policy against any major economic. Monetary or geopolitical shifts given gold's ample liquidity and universal appeal countries can easily liquidate it for other assets in turbulent times. Gold is both independent of any given country's economic or monetary policies while also having a fixed supply on earth with relatively stable supply growth making it an ideal hedge against both monetary inflation and fluctuations in other reserve assets. Gold is viewed as nobody's liability..

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05:28 min | 3 months ago

"k." Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Networ?k?

"There are going to be a number of additional hearings. I think there are two more scheduled so this is not the end of this story. But i wanna leave on my main thought which is this. We are rapidly leaving the era of information asymmetry in investing where some hedge fund could get some alpha by knowing something different with the possible exception of machine learning applied to huge data sets basically retail investors. See what hedge fund investors see because of that. Competition is now more than ever about one. The scale of capital that can be deployed and to how popular media narratives can be used to influence markets. The game stop situation perfectly. Plays this out. Hedge funds have one huge reserves of capital and access to more when things get tough and to access to mainstream financial media tv appearances. Wall street bets for their part has one networks of people that can individually and voluntarily take directionally aligned actions and to memes it's decentralized networks in memes tres versus scrooge mcduck pool of gold and the direct line to cnbc. That's what it comes down to right now. I think that rather than asking what protections these retail investors need. We should ask how we give them. More power to compete legitimately in an era where the information asymmetry has been destroyed more market participants could mean a healthier market so asking how we give them more power to compete. Legitimately means one asking where there are unfair powers on the side of the institutional players it means ending the hypocrisy of how we look at them. Going back to the bill ackman thing but it also means most notably that there is a fundamental disconnect between the complete opacity with which hedge funds and institutions like them are able to operate as compared to the total transparency of these wall street. Bets retail discussions. Is there more transparency. That's needed in this system to allow these retail investors to compete more legitimately worth discussing the second thing that we need to do however to allow retail investors to compete. More legitimately is give them pads to do more to take the easiest example investor accreditation. How in the world are we still on a system where investor accreditation is based on something as arbitrary as income designations. As though someone who happens to have a high paying job in the medical field would know anything about stock investing or moreover someone who happened to inherit a life insurance policy that clears them in terms of the asset requirements. How would they know anything more about investing than these guys who spent hours and hours a day learning about it. It's ludicrous it's absurd. It's unfair in its easily solved. There are so many ways to create paths for people to demonstrate that they have the knowledge and sophistication to participate in our financial markets. In a bigger way it seems that there's some momentum in that direction so i'm hopeful that we'll keep treading that way but i think it's a must and i think there are more examples like it and of course surrounding all of this there's the larger macro backdrop we live in a world and are currently in an administration where it is very clear that the federal reserve intends to be even more aggressive about full employment even if we acknowledged the importance of that mission the only tools they have are tools that tend to benefit corporates and assets. I in other words more people might have jobs but set. Prices are likely going to rise even more keeping the path not just to employment but to real wealth out of reach. Remember about half of americans don't participate in the stock market at all. The higher stocks go the more difficult that participation becomes and so the importance of giving people better pats in rather than more restrictions on what they can do seems vital. It is tempting. I think to be depressed looking at this whole situation to rage against the hypocrisy to lose oneself in frustration at the injustice of someone like keith. Gill who just trying to provide for his family and was willing to take risks to do so a quintessentially american thing being hauled in front of congress when so many people who have done so much worse within the quote unquote rules of the system. Aren't it makes us want to reject the system. It makes us want to cast aside as not possible anything redemptive and certainly listening to five hours of congressmen and women score political points in their soundbites to take home to their constituents doesn't make one anymore optimistic at the same time. It's nearly impossible for me to watch what happened yesterday. And not think that retail investors have more of a chance for a more just open fair transparent participatory system than they had before the hearing started. There is a shift happening game. Stop as part of it. Obviously i think bitcoin is part of it and there is a growing sense or perhaps of remembrance that markets are meant to serve people. And not the other way around. This is a moment to lean in to scream our values. Our wishes our demands from the hills. So i appreciate you listening as i do a little bit of that here. I hope this gives you more information for you to do it. In your own ways wherever you are i appreciate you listening and until tomorrow guys be safe. Take care of each other piece..

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CoinDesk Podcast Networ?k?

05:49 min | 3 months ago

"k." Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Networ?k?

"At next dot. Io another big dividing line that we saw in yesterday's testimony was different interpretations of what to do. When the game is rigged. There was a lot of. Let's call it. Bipartisan consensus that. These retail traders weren't in the wrong per se but the game was rigged against them. And so in that context. Do you try to change. The big players can do or do you limit how the little players get to actually engage even before these hearings you had some calling for more protections. I love that word protections where people are protected presumably against militias Actors but really. They're protected against themselves and their agency to make their own decisions by the very nature of this type of hearing which is divided into five minute segments. Where anyone on this committee can either ask questions or as is more often the case score their political points and figure out how to get their sound bite in. We didn't necessarily get a lot of progress on this issue. But i wanted to flag that these are really the two lines. If the game is rigged do change. What the big players who it is rigged in favor of can do or you limit how little players get to engage on social media as you might imagine the main frustration had to do with the hypocrisy of the whole thing. Nick carter tweeted congress's busy grilling a day trader. Because he made a good trade while our physical infrastructure is literally in tatters and half of texas's without power. They can do two things at once. Just about priorities. Congress's obsessed with financial markets. Npr meanwhile our manufacturing base has gone inequality is that gilded age levels and our physical infrastructure hasn't been updated since the nineteen fifties the excellent documenting bitcoin account on twitter tweeted out congress brought in a reddit user named useless deep value for testimony quicker than a bank executive in two thousand eight for buying foreclosures. Ragging carter tweeted out. Fed president tells. Cnbc no bubble ackman says hell is on cnbc but then nets two billion dollars short but congress questions roaring kitty easy to understand why dudes are angry opting out to bitcoin and think the system is totally broken. You keep giving them no reason to believe it is not. I think this is one thing that really needs to be teased out and discussed there is absolutely an insurgent and populist aspect of this right the things that rattigan are saying are true in terms of that feeling of injustice when bill ackman can go on. Cnbc say hell is coming. Make a huge short position that he reinforced and self fulfilling prophecy. With his appearance on nbc. Make a bunch of money and have that be fine but somehow roaring kitty with five hundred followers on youtube can't say what he thinks about a stock is just ludicrous. it is not post hawk rationalization to say that there is a political dimension to this that there are people in this community who have been frustrated for some time if you've been paying any attention to wall street bats over the last years and other types of communities like it this sort of take it back nihilism rooted in the total lack of culpability around the great financial crisis has been present there for a very long time at the same time. It's sort of dismissive to the individuals involved to assume that it's only nihilism or cynicism or political discontent. That's driving their decisions. Let's go back to roaring kitties testimony. The part that i didn't play for you was about why he was interested in game. Stop in the first place. He started looking at it two years ago in two thousand nineteen. His thesis was basically that people had much too strong a belief in it's inevitable bankruptcy and much too little belief in its capacity to turn around he based this on two things first investors. He believed didn't understand the nostalgia and brand love and loyalty among adult millennials. Who now had money. This is the only gaming only retail chain and brand new style. Joe is a potentially extremely powerful force. What's more these investors. Don't yet really understand. Just how big a cultural phenomenon. Eight time spent phenomenon a media. Entertainment phenomenon gaming is we are still at the early innings of understanding that e sports are almost certainly going to be more popular than what we think of sports now in the future and this two hundred billion dollar market is going to massively expand in the years to come. That was part. One of his assessment part two was he had much more faith than other investors in the ability for game. Stop to take the foundation of that brand and turn the company into something that was more technology. I using retail spaces in new ways to complement technology driven. Business put differently. This was a fundamental analysis along. Play position that he took years in advance and shared along the way. Now what happened in january was something different as he said. I am on record saying that. The fact that this community figured out how to use wall street strategies against it means that they should get the w. not get hauled in front of congress. But that's not exactly the point that i wanna make here. The point that i want to make is that we potentially do a big disservice to this class of investors when we acknowledge the rightness of their political frustration while not legitimating them as investors who have a financial point too. I've seen a temptation with some of this to say. Yeah they should be pissed. The system is and it screws them but then right off any financial decisions they then make as the actions of angry hurt depressed lonely basement bound boys and people rather than the actions of thoughtful savvy market participants and. I think it's wrong to.

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CoinDesk Podcast Networ?k?

07:16 min | 3 months ago

"k." Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Networ?k?

"What's going on guys. It is saturday february twentieth and the clip that you just heard was an excerpt of the opening statements of keith. Gil at yesterday's congressional hearing about game stop before we dig too deeply into the story and what happened yesterday. I have to set the scene from the actual hearings among the speakers you have. One of the hedge fund industry's most dynamic young successes. You have the ceo of the hottest financial app of the last few years. You've got a guy worth twenty one billion dollars or something insane like that. And then you have a guy who goes by roaring kitty on twitter and youtube and deep footing value on read it guests which of them the most real the most thoughtful the most considered the most confident and the least full of actual hot garbage bingo. It wasn't the ceo. It wasn't the hedge fund guy. It wasn't the twenty one billionaire. It was the guy with the hang in there. Kitty poster in the background who started his testimony. Saying i am not a cat. If you've been listening to the breakdown for the last few weeks you have a lot of the back story of wall street. Bats and game. Stop so i won't go too deep into it but here is the fastest t. l. d. r. I can do all the newbies out there wall street bets is a community of investors on. Read it these are memes tres. And de jen's not hedge fund guys blowing off steam after work. They have regular jobs regular backgrounds but they come together to discuss their thoughts on stocks over the last year they become a stronger and stronger force in the markets. They had a bloomberg cover story in february. Twenty twenty talking about how they were taking on big institutions. even before covid. Once covid happened. They were the earliest to bet on. A market rebound and they're logic which will resonate among. Bitcoin was based on the fact that they simply believed j. pow and everyone else involved with the fed and the government. Were going to do whatever it takes to make sure that stocks only go up more recently. They've been short-squeezing firms. Taking on stocks that they think are under valued. This came to a head in january when they nearly short squeeze the hedge fund. Melvin capital out of business based on their game. Stop position indeed. Were it not for a nearly three billion dollar injection of capital from new backers. Melvin could have been wiped off the face of the planet when that happened when you had a well-known hedge fund brought to its knees by a community whose about description says like four chan found a bloomberg terminal. You know that there was going to be some serious media. Attention and boy was there. Would this be the one time. Finally that the little guy actually beat the bigeye despite all odds being stacked against them. The battle lines were drawn. Mainstream media told the raiders to take their gains and go home wall street bets for diamond hands and kept holding but then something remarkable happened in the middle of it. All robin hood. The app used by many of these traders turned off the ability for people to buy game stop and a set of other related stocks. Now without getting too technical the whole point of the strategy of these retail guys was to keep bidding up the price of the stock by buying it and then not selling it. This would in turn make it so that the short funds would have to buy the stock at those higher prices to cover their short positions. Which of course would further bid up the price or go. If you don't allow people to buy the stock it cuts off this strategy entirely and what's more. They were still allowing wall street bets to sell understandably this community felt betrayed this app robin hood that had allowed them to get into the game with commission. Free trading was basically now doing the big guys bidding cutting off their ability to buy and pushing them. Instead to sell conspiracy theories abounded specifically around citadel. Sit i was one of the firms that helped inject money into melvin capital. But they're also the biggest source of robin hood's revenue because the fact that robinhood doesn't charge commissions on trades doesn't mean that they don't make money. Instead they sell data about order flow to companies like citadel. After all of this went down there were calls on both sides of the aisle for a big hearing to dig in and the theoretical point of yesterday's discussion was to figure out what actually happened to see if in who needed to be blamed and to figure out what needed to be reexamined. There were a lot of different interpretations going in. And you can kind of see this in. Who was actually called. You had flat ten of the ceo of robin hood and the questions for vlad came around kind of three separate lines. One do something specifically wrong to. Is there something wrong with the system in which you are operating and three do you encourage doc degeneracy. Steve huffman the ceo read. It was definitely called on the. Do you encouraged degen side of the coin. Gay plotkin of melvin was called in the context of should this sort of short selling be allowed ken griffin from citadel was called to find out whether there were backchannel conversations between them and robin hood to force them to stop buying feature for these memes stocks and keith gill aka roaring katie aka d f. V was there to ask if there was somehow stock manipulation on the part of these retail traders. Now i wanna explore one of the themes that came up most from ken griffin. And vlad ten. If which is about the idea of t plus two settlement time. They argued and some on. The congressional side also argued that we needed. Real-time settlement or davidson from ohio. Even argued that a blockchain solution could be used for real time settlement. Which would help. Stop this issue. And because i'm going to spend a lot more time on narrative and cultural implications. I wanna actually read an excerpt from a piece by joe. Carlson published here on coin desk. That explains a little bit about what this t plus two settlement time thing really was. She wrote robin hood did not halt trading game stop to punish the insurgent massive retail traders. Nor did it do so out of a paternalistic impulse to try to protect them. Robin hood halted trading of game. Stop because it had to thanks. To a set of standards put in place by market players upstream. Robin hoods clearing firm. The company that facilitates the settlement of the broker dealer trade could not keep up with the risk. It was being asked to take on clearing firms exist. In part to mitigate the consequences should a broker dealer fail to meet its obligations clearing firms therefore need to keep a tight handle on risk. This means they need to put more money to make good. On trades is markets get wackier and wackier that is volatility increases. The game market was about as wacky as it gets the clearing firm. Couldn't take on anymore. Risk robinhood couldn't fork over any more funds to the clearing firm. The music had to stop. These are precisely the type of controls the became so clearly important in the wake of the two thousand eight financial crisis strict risk management transparency liquidity threshold and capital requirements. These standards were designed to prevent rest behavior..

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CoinDesk Podcast Networ?k?

04:45 min | 3 months ago

"k." Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Networ?k?

"Damage. It is friday february nineteenth at eleven forty nine. Am i just finished. Today's podcast episode. It's a ripper about the game. Stop hearing yesterday and why it shows how much we need a new financial system. I was sitting here getting ready to push that out when all of a sudden bitcoin did bitcoin things and surged up to a trillion dollars in total market cap. So here i am. Were switching it. That game stop rowing kitty. Episode will be tomorrow. That will be the weekly recap and now. We have got to talk about bitcoin as a trillion dollar and ask the question. Where do we go from here. There's so much to cover so let's just dive right in and first of all let's not bury the lead just a few minutes ago. Bitcoin surged above fifty. Four thousand dollars which is cool. 'cause that's a lot of money when we started the year under thirty thousand dollars per coin but turns out. That's not actually the thing. The big thing was that when bitcoin crossed a threshold around fifty three thousand seven hundred dollars it became a trillion dollar asset. Now the first question around that is how much is bitcoin. Being a trillion dollar asset a fund psychological barrier versus something that will have a meaningful impact on the industry. You guys know my take that psychological barriers always matter and that. I don't think we should dismiss them. Although i will say that the speed with which we've been blowing through them recently does sort of take the edge off of that a little bit still when it comes to one trillion dollars the psychology. That matters isn't that of individuals. It's about institutions. It's investment committees at big corporates endowments. Pensions insurance general accounts. There are so many of these institutions. Were a few things have been true simultaneously. I there are longstanding advocates inside employees teams members of investment committees who've been on the bitcoin train for a while and trying to convert their colleagues and peers. Second they're our allies. If not advocates who are open to bitcoin and potentially getting more interested as the price grows but three the third thing that is simultaneously true is that the bitcoin industry simply hasn't been a size where they could realistically allocate at the level that they needed to. Here's how travis cling put that on november twentieth of last year. he tweeted friendly reminder. There is an entire class of capital. That can't buy bitcoin before it hits one trillion dollar market cap. Because it's just too small. These investors are largely pricing nas. Tick they don't market time. They allocate a one trillion dollar. Bitcoin market cap means that these institutions are now in play. There is then as you would imagine a ton of triumphant tweeting going on bloomberg anchor. John ehrlichman wrote time to reach one trillion dollar market cap. Bitcoin twelve years. Google twenty one years amazon twenty four years apple forty two years microsoft forty four years. Vj boy a potty tweeted. Bitcoin is a one trillion dollar market capitalization. It has reached geopolitical significance. Mark moss echoed. This saying bitcoin is reached escape. Velocity with a one trillion dollar market cap and the fragility of the economy and markets. Now make bitcoin too big to fail. A government moved to would be too much of a shock to the levered. financial system. buckle up by the way if you're interested in this aspect of the discussion please come back and listen to long reads sunday. It's going to be a discussion of whether the fed should buy bitcoin. There's also a lot of rational understanding of where this move is coming from blackrock earlier this week. Who are again our mind you. The world's largest institutional asset manager their cio recruiter. Got on tv and said that they were dabbling with bitcoin. Whatever that means in canada north america's first bitcoin. Etf started trading and boy did it trade. It traded somewhere near two hundred million dollars of shares in. Its first day which for some context is about ten times the average volume of a new. Etf and would be a top five etf debut all time in the us. It was the seventeenth most active stock on the toronto stock exchange and a second canadian bitcoin. Etf begins trading. Today many investors want to be a part of the next bull run other seek to build their dream. Home finally launched that startup or fund. Their education try nexus instant criminal credit london's and borrow against any major cryptocurrency with no minimum or maximum withdrawal amounts no fees whatsoever no credit checks.

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Clarissa K Explains It All

03:37 min | 8 months ago

"k." Discussed on Clarissa K Explains It All

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Clarissa K Explains It All

03:58 min | 8 months ago

"k." Discussed on Clarissa K Explains It All

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Clarissa K Explains It All

08:08 min | 9 months ago

"k." Discussed on Clarissa K Explains It All

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"k." Discussed on Clarissa K Explains It All

Clarissa K Explains It All

09:39 min | 10 months ago

"k." Discussed on Clarissa K Explains It All

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