This is episode 159 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast!
We have all kinds of fun planned for today's show. First up, we'll reconsider the age-old debate, Bitcoin vs. gold. We've covered this topic numerous times (originally way back in E10), but today we'll specifically refer to an article from Zerohedge. The piece claims that the Bitcoin price cannot be compared to the gold price. That might be true in some ways, but we'll also cover some serious points that the article seems to miss.
Then after that, we'll chat about some comments on one of our recent episodes. If you want to share your own thoughts and have a chance to get them on the show, make sure you drop us a note right now!
And to wrap things up, we'll cover high frequency Bitcoin traders in China. Apparently, there are quite a few people who don't believe in Bitcoin but trade it regularly for profit. Is this bad? Will the price eventually crash if people are trading Bitcoin for the wrong reasons?
Your hosts this week are Daniel Brown, Tim Baker, and Zack Voell. Tune in to learn how we think Bitcoin stacks up against gold!
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