23 Jan Episode 75: BitBoy Gets Roasted & Why Crypto Influencers are Capitulating
Today we discussed BitBoy messing up the Richard Heart episode. He didn't record it properly so we have to reschedule the Hex founder on the podcast. He will be on for next week's episode.
This week on Beards and Bitcoins:
BitBoy & JChains discuss this as BitBoy gets roasted. We also look at the Crypto Street Podcast suspending their show and how big crypto influencers are capitulating left and right.
Token Time this week features $ETH (Ethereum) – CoinGecko link
We discuss Ethereum 2.0 & whether or not ETH can flippen XRP. We also look at decentralized finance on ETH & whether defi is the future.
This week for News Break.. we discuss the fact that the amount of Bitcoin address with at least one Bitcoin has risen 11% and what this means for retail accumulation.
Today we debuted a new segment called Manspreading. For this segment we will talk regular dude stuff. Today we talked about our favorite cuts of steak. BitBoy chose the Filet Mignon while JChains went with the Tomahawk steak.
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