Bitcoin is playing an increasingly important role in the calculus of geopolitics, war, and sovereign debt.
Emphasizing the power of Bitcoin's present might be the surest path towards realizing its potential for a more equitable future.
Bitcoin’s Connection to Religion, Metaphors, Belief Systems, and Being a Force for Good with Mark Stephany
Mark Stephany discusses the big issues as they relate to Bitcoin and how Bitcoin can be a force for good in our divided world.
Bitcoin is a technology but it is also a political protest statement in the sense that it is separating money from state. Is that good or bad?
Four philosophy professors who are also deeply into Bitcoin share their thoughts on how to use a philosophical lens to better understand the interdisciplinary nature of Bitcoin.
Nicole Dobrow passionately shares why people with progressive values should adopt Bitcoin now to ensure they don't get left behind.
Philosophy Professor Troy Cross discusses philosophical angles related to Bitcoin including how to influence skeptics of Bitcoin and green mining.
What Financial Advisors Should Think, Feel, and Do About Bitcoin, Crypto, and DAOs with Steve Larsen and Adam Blumberg
Steve Larsen and Adam Blumberg discuss specific ways advisors can keep growing in their knowledge and enhancing their digital assets offering.
Matt Hanzelka discusses the questions and responsibilities that Bitcoiners could face if Bitcoin's potential comes to fruition.
Bitcoin's impact goes way beyond NGU technology. It changes us and the world.