1 hr 58 min

Read_596 - Bitcoin is a Pioneer Species [Brandon Quittem‪]‬ Bitcoin Audible

    • Business

“This makes Bitcoin miners uniquely symbiotic with energy grids serving as “demand response” partners. If energy is ever in short supply, people get priority over Bitcoin miners. However whenever there is excess energy, it gets monetized. This symbiotic relationship leads to more energy abundance generally.” - Brandon Quittem

Another great piece coming at you today from The Bitcoin Times Ed 4, and by returning author Brandon Quittem, who did the incredible Mycelium Series for understanding Bitcoin through the lens of an organic mycelium like organism. Today he tackles Bitcoin mining, and how the altered incentives of Bitcoin make it a pioneer species that will allow us to expand into energy deserts, and spread the scope of civilization in a way not immediately obvious. Don’t miss today’s excellent read, "Bitcoin is a Pioneer Species."

Link to the original work, with many links for further exploration (drop some massive applause):
https://medium.com/the-bitcoin-times/bitcoin-is-a-pioneer-species-38f42ecdbb88

Why I changed my mind about nuclear power | Michael Shellenberger
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciStnd9Y2ak

Noahbjectivity on Bitcoin Mining | Nic Carter
https://bitcoinaudible.com/noahbjectivity-on-bitcoin-mining/

Bitcoin Mining & the Case for More Energy
https://bitcoinaudible.com/bitcoin-mining-the-case-for-more-energy/

For the best products and services to get you started in Bitcoin, our sponsors are literally a handful of those that I use most in this space:
• Get Bitcoin rewards on literally everything you buy with the Fold Card (20% discount code BITCOINAUDIBLE)
• Buy Bitcoin automatically and painlessly with SwanBitcoin
• Keep your Bitcoin keys safe on the secure, open source BitBox02 (5% discount code GUY)
• Get tickets to the biggest & most exciting Bitcoin conference in the world! Bitcoin 2022 (10% discount code GUYSWANN)
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

“This makes Bitcoin miners uniquely symbiotic with energy grids serving as “demand response” partners. If energy is ever in short supply, people get priority over Bitcoin miners. However whenever there is excess energy, it gets monetized. This symbiotic relationship leads to more energy abundance generally.” - Brandon Quittem

Another great piece coming at you today from The Bitcoin Times Ed 4, and by returning author Brandon Quittem, who did the incredible Mycelium Series for understanding Bitcoin through the lens of an organic mycelium like organism. Today he tackles Bitcoin mining, and how the altered incentives of Bitcoin make it a pioneer species that will allow us to expand into energy deserts, and spread the scope of civilization in a way not immediately obvious. Don’t miss today’s excellent read, "Bitcoin is a Pioneer Species."

Link to the original work, with many links for further exploration (drop some massive applause):
https://medium.com/the-bitcoin-times/bitcoin-is-a-pioneer-species-38f42ecdbb88

Why I changed my mind about nuclear power | Michael Shellenberger
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciStnd9Y2ak

Noahbjectivity on Bitcoin Mining | Nic Carter
https://bitcoinaudible.com/noahbjectivity-on-bitcoin-mining/

Bitcoin Mining & the Case for More Energy
https://bitcoinaudible.com/bitcoin-mining-the-case-for-more-energy/

For the best products and services to get you started in Bitcoin, our sponsors are literally a handful of those that I use most in this space:
• Get Bitcoin rewards on literally everything you buy with the Fold Card (20% discount code BITCOINAUDIBLE)
• Buy Bitcoin automatically and painlessly with SwanBitcoin
• Keep your Bitcoin keys safe on the secure, open source BitBox02 (5% discount code GUY)
• Get tickets to the biggest & most exciting Bitcoin conference in the world! Bitcoin 2022 (10% discount code GUYSWANN)
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1 hr 58 min

Top Podcasts In Business

Ramsey Network
Freakonomics Network & Zachary Crockett
Erika Kullberg
Jocko DEFCOR Network
NPR
Andy Frisella #100to0