By Judy Smith
When it comes to the crypto sphere, podcasts are one of the most important sources of information. Not only do they provide an inside look at investment opportunities, but they also help you get an understanding of investors.
When you decide to buy bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency, podcasts should be one of your tools to use.
In this article, we will list the 3 best Bitcoin-related podcasts. We will also briefly describe what makes each one unique. Ready to delve in? Let’s get started.
1. The Pomp podcast by Anthony Pompliano
From all Bitcoin “influencers”, Anthony Pompliano is probably one of the most recognized figures. In 2018, he began to interview prominent figures in finance with regards to their views on Bitcoin. Afterward, His podcast “Off the Chain" took off. The series is now called “The Pomp podcast”.
The podcast episodes are about the investor in the interview, and the topic of Bitcoin fits perfectly within the narrative. Each podcast episode is a little longer than an hour, segmented into parts, and focused on everything related to the future of technology and its effect on finance.
One of the most interesting episodes and one we recommend watching is episode #256, featuring Chamath Palihapitiya:
2. What Bitcoin Did by Peter McCormack
Hosted by Peter McCormack, What Bitcoin Did is probably one of the oldest Bitcoin podcasts around. The podcast started several years ago with the purpose of interviewing all Bitcoin pioneers and helping beginners get a better understanding of the industry.
Soon enough, however, the podcast took off, and the guests started coming from different backgrounds as well. Finance, banking, technology, you name it! Today, “What Bitcoin Did” is one of the most recognized podcasts in the space and one you should definitely check out to get a better idea about the future price of Bitcoin.
One of the most informative and interesting podcast episodes is number 154, featuring Plan B. The podcast goes in depth about the S2F and S2FX model, which has been accurately predicting the price of Bitcoin:
3. Orange Pill by Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert
Closing with the best, we couldn’t skip Orange Pill. Wallstreet veteran Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert are the hosts. Both have a very good (macro) understanding of financial markets.
Also, the podcast is mainly confirming the positive bias on Bitcoin’s future by comparing it with historic events, both recent and older in time, while the episodes also include interesting guests within the crypto space. These include personalities like Preston Pysh, Dan Held, Elizabeth Stark, and more.
Max is well known for his outspoken conversation style. This feature leads to interesting conversations you might not hear in more conservative podcasts. Aside from that Orange Pill also has a strong community on Telegram which keeps on growing, nearly parallel to Bitcoin’s price and Max’s price predictions.
In conclusion, it should be noted that Orange Pill and UpOnly are more focused on entertainment while “What Bitcoin Did” and “The Pomp Podcast” is more oriented towards people who wish to digest compact information without any noise. We recommend checking out each of the options and taking things from there.
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