167: 2021 Bitcoin Outlook with Stephan Livera

 

Stephan Livera is a Bitcoin Podcaster and co-founder Ministry of Nodes. He hosts one of the world’s leading bitcoin podcasts focused on the economics and technology of bitcoin. Stephan came to the space in 2013 and started the podcast in 2018, hosting many leading names in the bitcoin world as a means to provide high quality, curated information. Stephan contributes articles, speaks and hosts bitcoin events and conferences. Professionally and previously Stephan worked as an Australian chartered accountant and auditor within financial services.


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Time Stamps:

  • 11:13 – How did you get into Bitcoin?
  • 13:03 – What are you trying to unearth with your podcast?
  • 16:34 – Do you view Bitcoin as a currency or an asset?
  • 21:17 – Have you heard of any large funds buy Bitcoin?
  • 25:45 – Are these long term holds?
  • 30:43 – Where does it sit as a currency?
  • 33:57 – Have you heard of any big platforms accepting Bitcoin as payment?
  • 36:31 – Would it make sense exchanging Bitcoin with a stable coin?
  • 37:39 – Do you see Banks adopting and dealing with Bitcoin
  • 41:47 – Has the wallet technology improved as it relates to security? 
  • 47:32 – What do you mean by “self-custody”?
  • 51:27 – What do you see on the horizon with Bitcoin?
  • 53:13 – Sam and Johnny review

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