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On October 31st, 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto sent a 9 page .pdf to a small, cryptography mailing list… What seemed like an insignificant action at the time has had an impact that reaches far into the world of monetary theory, how humans work together and how governments issue their currencies.
Since then, Bitcoin’s market cap has reached one trillion USD, Ethereum has emerged as a global computing infrastructure and USDC has crossed two trillion dollars of value transacted. These are significant milestones, and Bitcoin may be entering the next phase of its maturity...
In this episode of The Money Movement, Jeremy is joined by joined Nic Carter, General Partner at Castle Island Ventures.
👉 An update on Nic’s long case for bitcoin
👉 The true deflationary nature of Bitcoin and Ethereum
👉 The current state of stablecoin regulation
If you’re a monetary theory enthusiast… or just want to learn more about how crypto, blockchains and the existing financial system are colliding, tune into this episode of The Money Movement.
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About the show
The global economy is experiencing unprecedented challenges and change. Business leaders everywhere are grappling with how to transform their companies to become more digital, resilient and efficient. As we face this change, a new global movement is building around the promise of digital currencies and blockchains — forming a new architecture for the global economy and creating new opportunities for companies everywhere. The Money Movement explores and chronicles the issues and ideas driving this brave new world of digital money.
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