The Time Given Us – YMB Podcast E294

You, Me, and BTC Podcast E294

This is episode 294 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

Gandalf said it best:

All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.

How do we make that decision? Should we save the ozone or the trees? Or the whales or the turtles? Or heck, if we're after turtles, should we save the big ones or the little ones? Should we raise money …

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Wedding Bells – Tim’s Two Cents #57

Tim's Two Cents #57

This is episode 57 of Tim's Two Cents, the hypest podcast on your feed every week.

After a brief hiatus, Tim returns with some tales of nuptial bliss. (The wedding wasn't his, of course.) His thoughts range from the meaning of spending the rest of your life with someone to the let down of being served too few mashed potatoes.

This is a shorter episode, but another is already on the way. Tune in now …

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No, China will not re-introduce crypto trading as legal tender

Crypto in China

In an unpredicted turn of events, it seems like the Chinese government is slowly, but surely starting to promote the adoption of the blockchain alongside the implementation of a crypto-run digital economy.

Unfortunately, though, it needs to be said straight away that this doesn't mean the ban on ICOs as well as crypto exchanges will be lifted anytime soon. And if it is, then there will be extremely limited availability of tradeable cryptocurrencies on these …

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Modern Art & Ancient Egyptians – YMB Podcast E293

You, Me, and BTC Podcast E293

This is episode 293 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

Apparently, Tim hates museums. Fair enough. Some suck. But has he fairly assessed them? What about the cool, unique museums that he's never been to? We'll argue.

Also this week, we'll think about the ancient Egyptians and history in general. How the heck can we know what really went down when all we have is a few paragraphs from some …

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Super Nintendo Top 100 Countdown (60-51): The Halfway Point – Unpopular Opinions #26

Unpopular Opinions #26

This is episode 26 of Unpopular Opinions with Ryan Tofil. YOLO.

Ryan, Ryan, Ryan... Who hurt you, my friend? You nurture anger toward Alec Baldwin, anger toward Magic Mike the movie, anger toward Magic Mike the Preteen Magician, and constant hostile thoughts.

(Sorry, but be ready for more terrible impressions.)

The end of this episode marks the halfway point of this countdown. That's fitting because RipTide has approximately half of his sanity left. You won't …

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Things Get Weird – Is It Worth It? #0007

Is It Worth It? #0007

This is episode 7 of Is It Worth It? with Zach and Joe. It's a fresh YMB Network show with fresh hosts!

This week, Zach and Joe explore the depths of the sci-fi universe. They share their favorite movies, the most memorable scenes, and everything in-between.

Step with them into a galaxy far far away. Tune in now!

This week's sponsor is eToro. Sign up in seconds and practice trading the top cryptocurrencies with …

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Define Passion – YMB Podcast E292

You, Me, and BTC Podcast E292

This is episode 292 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

Movies and video games are wild productions these days. They get multimilion dollar budgets and thousands of man hours poured into them. Animators, actors, directors, and heck, probably even set caterers seem to command a strong passion for their work.

Or do they? What even is passion? We'll dive in.

Your hosts this week are Daniel Brown and Tim Baker. …

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How Zuckerberg Tried to Sell Libra as a Weapon Against China

Facebook's Libra

On the 23rd of October, the United States House of Representatives Financial Services Committee heard testimony from the CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg.

This time, the focus was not on Facebook selling user data to advertisers or the highest bidder, but the potential threats that the new Libra Association could potentially bring to not only the US financial industry but to the global one as well.

The main topics of discussion were the compliance of …

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