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The Real Reasons We Distrust the Government – YMB Podcast E160

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This is episode 160 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast!

Today’s episode is all about an absolutely amazing message we received from one of our biggest fans. We called for feedback last week, and Mathew O’Keefe came in clutch. He asked three specific questions that will guide this entire episode.

First up, we’ll chat about Satoshi Nakamoto. Way, way back in episode 98, we considered the possibility that Satoshi could win a Nobel Prize in Economics. Mathew wants to know if Bitcoin’s creator gets enough credit, so we’ll share our thoughts.

Then after that, we’ll discuss Andreas Antonopoulos, an extremely respected man in the Bitcoin space. He’s one of our biggest role models, but should we worry that he’ll one day use his influence to negatively affect Bitcoin?

And to wrap things up, we’ll get to one of the most important topics in YMB history: the government. Mathew is from Australia and says that his neighbors respect the government way more than people do in America. So to explain our political skepticism, we’ll share our own, personal stories about how we came to believe in true liberty.

Your hosts this week are Daniel Brown, Tim Baker, and John Stuart. Tune in to hear the deepest, darkest secrets about our history in anarchy!

Leave a comment and tell us if you think Satoshi Nakamoto deserves a Nobel Prize!

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