A new series from a founding host of Reply All. Crypto Island explores the frontiers of a strange new world. (This series is best experienced by beginning at episode one).
The Kidnapping of Ape #8398
An art heist in the crypto world plunges us headfirst into another mystery — why did so many celebrities suddenly start selling us on NFTs last year? (To help support the show or subscribe to the free newsletter, check out http://www.pjvogt.com)
The Drug Trader
This week we follow a dollar underground. For notes, further reading, or to support this project visit pjvogt.com.
The Lunatic Who Crashed Crypto
This week, a story of about how crypto just imploded due to one risky, financial product. And the fight-loving, Twitter-addicted founder who invented that product for his adoring army of lunatics.
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This week: Bitcoin. We trace it from its humble origins in a .PDF to the movement it has spawned, all over three days at an enormous Bitcoin conference in Miami.
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The strange journeys of Cas Piancey, a baker turned crypto skeptic. (For notes & further reading on this episode, check out my newsletter at pjvogt.com).
A conversation with Miguel Piedrafita. Why would a 19-year-old from Spain want to buy the US Constitution?
Quickly becoming one of my favourites
I’m loving this meandering and fascinating look at the crypto world. I’m not a tech person at all but the way PJ weaves a story is so engaging. I highly recommend.
Everything that’s been missing for my feed
It’s so good to have pj back on podcasts. Reply all has been missing his journalism and stories. He has a fantastic way off telling stories and his laugh always makes me smile. Hopefully this podcast gets the traction it deserves!!!
Unfortunately, this podcast provides the answer to whether PJ is a good presenter or a creative talent. While I love his style, this show is all over the shop. No clear narrative or connective tissue makes this series feel like a meandering vanity project. It’s a shame, because the opening episode was promising.