0/ Podcasts and blogs are great for understanding Bitcoin, but for those that prefer video - here are some of the most helpful interviews, presentations and lectures from the last decade.
1/ From 2013, here’s @naval, @balajis, @winklevoss and @tylerwinklevoss at TechCrunch Disrupt. Naval: 'If you were in '95 and you don’t understand how TCP/IP worked or how the world web was going to work, you were really missing out. Take the time.'
2/ ‘Introduction to Bitcoin’ (2016) by @aantonop ‘In the history of money, that now spans 10,000’s of years, there have been, maybe, five major changes.’
3/ Prof @saifedean speaking at @ValueofBitcoin 2019 “Bitcoin is the hardest money we’ve ever had. Supply is completely unresponsive to demand...it allows you to store your wealth in something that cannot be inflated by producers.”
4/ ‘50 Positive Catalysts for Bitcoin’ by @MustStopMurad from @hodlhodl Baltic Honeybadger 2019 'Internet and smartphones are very important for bitcoin, and penetration continues to grow steadily.'
6/ Michael Goldstein @bitstien at BitBlockBoom 2019 w/ The Art of Bitcoin Rhetoric “How do you get complex ideas into three words?”
7/ @nwoodfine of @Blockstream presenting ‘Who Needs the Internet Anyway?’ (Zurich, 2019) ‘People in developing economies also need to use bitcoin and often don’t have great internet connections.’
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Anil is an independent bitcoin educator based in Canada. He holds an MBA, CBP and was part of MIT's inaugural FinTech certificate cohort. He's guest-lectured at Business schools and launched the first Bitcoin-specific university scholarship in Canada. His focus is on simplifying concepts through visuals and storytelling to make bitcoin easier to comprehend.
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