Published: May 23, 2022
We are joined by Emmy Nominated Journalist Natalie Brunell a leading advocate for Bitcoin and the host of the popular podcast Coin Stories (YouTube link) where she interviews leaders in the Bitcoin space. Before turning her career towards Bitcoin full-time, Natalie was an Emmy-nominated senior news correspondent and investigative journalist. Natalie most recently hosted several panels and discussions at the 2022 Bitcoin conference in Miami. In this show, we talk about the origin of Bitcoin, what Natalie sees as the future, and why so many believe that we can fix our world by fixing the money. Today’s show is not intended to be financial advice. Follow Natalie on Twitter, LinkedIn, or Instagram and find the Coin Stories podcast on YouTube, Apple Podcasts or wherever you download your favorite podcasts.
Additional Bitcoin resources suggested by Jim:
These are some additional resources that Jim Friend has used to learn more about Bitcoin and the cryptocurrency space.
- Invest Answers (YouTube link) hosted by James Mullarney.
- The Bitcoin Standard: The Decentralized Alternative to Central Banking (Amazon Link) is a book written by Saifedean Ammous and discussed on today’s show
- The Mark Moss Show, (Website link) hosted by Mark Moss
- Bitcoin Magazine (Website link)
- The World Debt Clocks (Website link)
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