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In this week’s Bitcoin Bottomline podcast, CJ Wilson met with Valkyrie’s principal investigator, Josz Orzevic, to discuss macrofinance and links to Bitcoin.
The conversation was initiated by Orzevic, who shared the types of markets he was involved in before introducing Bitcoin. Olszewicz discussed the technology and interest in decentralization of Bitcoin networks.
Wilson has been sharing the right story since his childhood about how he saved his money for fancy bikes. This experience helped him consolidate the idea of savings in his young mind. Wilson shared about his past life as a professional baseball player, and the duo talked about why so many professional athletes are probitcoins. For many, it involves the positive idea of saving primarily for the future.
After spending time on this topic, Wilson discussed his past investments and how Bitcoin at the time was considered a scam. After hearing this, Olszewicz asks Wilson what changed his mind. He replied, “The bull market where Bitcoin took off was a place where I changed my mind.” After Wilson gives an introduction to Coin, he describes his early investment strategies for investing in Bitcoin.
He gave himself milestones to check himself when investing, and when those milestones were reached, he invested more money, created new milestones, and so on.
Immediately after they talked about Bitcoin trading, the conversation was directed to the negatives of trading and talked about how it could be addictive and even dangerous to some. Wilson shared a personal story, saying, “It’s a bit dangerous because it wipes out factual information about security concerns and scarcity.”
The organizers conclude the episode with further discussions on Bitcoin trading, mining, finance, and the growth of the entire Bitcoin community.
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