#106 @SalMayweather On Popping the BTC Bubble

by | Oct 29, 2019

#106 @SalMayweather On Popping the BTC Bubble

by | Oct 29, 2019

Sal and I catch up as he shares his travels to the Philippines. He wrote a great article on it that you can read here. We also discuss the new reveal of how the Trump Administration popped the BTC bubble in 2017, and how it made us do a double-take on what the historic event truly means in to the world of crypto.

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