20 min

Josh Brown on Protest Assets, Bitcoin Pessimism and Possibility CoinDesk

    • Investing

Josh Brown is the CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management and a regular contributor to CNBC. In this episode of Bitcoin Macro, CoinDesk’s head of strategy Nolan Bauerle talks with Josh about:

Why bitcoin feels like a protest asset but doesn’t see huge amounts of capital flowing into it from turbulent regions
Why US dollars and assets like Manhattan real estate are still the preferred choice for moving wealth out of countries
Why it’s impossible to know how bitcoin will react in a recession given the unique set of circumstances around the market’s last 11 years
Why the bitcoin and crypto spaces have veered back and forth between overly optimistic and overly pessimistic
Why true technology disruptions tend to happen long after their earliest promoters have left the stage
Why the impact of bitcoin may be something very different than the macro, non-sovereign money narrative in favor today.

Josh Brown is the CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management and a regular contributor to CNBC. In this episode of Bitcoin Macro, CoinDesk’s head of strategy Nolan Bauerle talks with Josh about:

Why bitcoin feels like a protest asset but doesn’t see huge amounts of capital flowing into it from turbulent regions
Why US dollars and assets like Manhattan real estate are still the preferred choice for moving wealth out of countries
Why it’s impossible to know how bitcoin will react in a recession given the unique set of circumstances around the market’s last 11 years
Why the bitcoin and crypto spaces have veered back and forth between overly optimistic and overly pessimistic
Why true technology disruptions tend to happen long after their earliest promoters have left the stage
Why the impact of bitcoin may be something very different than the macro, non-sovereign money narrative in favor today.

20 min

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