This is episode 116 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast!
We're continuing our guest streak this week with Angela Keaton, the Director of Operations for Antiwar.com! We'll kick things off with some discussions about how Bitcoin can aid sexual freedom and why the government is trying to eliminate cash.
Supposedly, cash is dangerous because criminals (like ISIS) use it all the time, but are our overlords just looking for an excuse to spy on us digitally? Is Bitcoin helping them do that?
Then later in the show, we'll touch on the benefits (and risks!) of privacy. It is an incredibly valuable right, but few people understand exactly how we should use it. Your hosts today are Daniel Brown, Tim Baker, and John Stuart. Enjoy!
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