Which way will interest rates go, are we heading for a recession or even depression, and what’s the potential role that Bitcoin could play in the world we may currently being transitioning to right now?
Konrad Hurren is my very special guest today – An econometrician fluent in the art of Austrian economics and an everyday person who understands Bitcoin. You’re going to love the discussion today – I certainly did
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