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Episode 117 - A Bit About BitCoin

Steve Patterson / Brian Nugent
2012-07-02

http://twobeerswithsteve.libsyn.com/webpage/episode-117-a-bit-about-bit-coin

A while has passed since our last podcast but after a long break I'm back with a podcast about Bit Coin.

Bit Coin is a digital currency that is not affiliated with any person, country, or nation. It is an independently operating currency that is very much still in it's infancy after almost four years of being circulated. But in this interview Brian Nugent explains that Bit Coin is not just some passing fancy, it is actually an emergent technology that has the momentum to upend the current monetary system... or to out it more bluntly, the current monetary regime.

This interview is an eye-opening look into what could very well be the future of money. Please don't miss this informative podcast.
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The 'Two Beers With Steve' podcast has been running a few years (since about early 2009) and is available on iTunes.
http://itunes.apple.com/mt/podcast/two-beers-with-steve/id315666764
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The 'Two Beers With Steve' Podcast is an informal discussion of current trends in the economy, the scarcity of energy, and the depletion of the environment and the need to begin preparations for a vastly different future in the upcoming years. The idea of the podcast began in the internet forums of the ChrisMartenson.com website. The members of the site began discussing the issues brought forth in the 'Crash Course' video series on the ChrisMartenson.com website. About every other episode we invite a guest to help educate ourselves on areas of our interest we perceive as vital in the years ahead.

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The 'Two Beers With Steve' podcast has been running a few years (since about early 2009) and is available on iTunes.
http://itunes.apple.com/mt/podcast/two-beers-with-steve/id315666764

For those without iTunes:

 - http://traffic.libsyn.com/twobeerswithsteve/Episode_117_-_A_Bit_About_BitCoin.mp3

Heh, I like how on his page it has a link: "Open a Bitcoin account"  ... which is a link to Blockchain.info/wallet.

"Open an account" is a term familiar to most people, even though it is not the right term for all Bitcoin wallet methods.  It works here though.

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