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Best Adam Lawler podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Adam Lawler podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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For Leftwing & Kody Booking Enquiries MGMT lee.haslam@kaluki.co.uk ROW ben@radiusartists.com N/S AM ravi@thebullittagency.com OZ/NZ Eli@audiopaxx.com Since forming in 2012, Leftwing & Kody have gone on to become two of the UK’s finest exports. Both Mixmag and DJ Mag named them as ones to watch a mere year after they paired up, with DJ Mag even nominating them for ‘Best Breakthrough DJ’ in their Best of British Awards. Since then the duo have gone on to present a monthly Rinse FM show, earn r ...
 
Dark hypnotic grooves have been providing the driving force behind this New York based DJ/Producer. His dynamic ability to capture sounds and emit them so expressively via his DJ sets or his productions on labels like Rawthentic, Inmotion Music, iVAV Recordings and Local Music has allowed Keith to receive plenty of international support. His tracks have been supported by artists such as Adam Beyer, Steve Lawler, Carlo Lio, The Junkies, Reset Robot, Gel Abril, Okain and Victor Calderone to na ...
 
Flying hands and people losing themselves in the music. These are the hallmarks of an Eric Jag set. His dynamic mixes are only amplified by his revolutionary work on the congas and vocals. Hailing from Detroit, Eric has made his mark @ American Super-clubs from Avalon in L.A. to Space in Miami performing in line-ups with such artists as The Chemical Brothers, Paul van Dyk, Sasha, John Digweed, Plastikman, Ferry Corsten, Pete Tong, The Rapture, Swayzak, LCD Sound System, Adam Freeland, Steve ...
 
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This week, we take a long look at a man who was no stranger to crime from an early age. From theft, to selling crack to an undercover officer, to punching women & chasing a man through the streets, holding a large stick... and that's all before he was even of legal age. With NFL success didn't come the end of his arrests, as he kept up a pretty sol…
 
"As it turns out, we had money, we just weren't allowed to take it out of the country. When we left the Soviet Union we were allowed to exchange our rubles for dollars at the official rate (not the real rate)... so they gave us $100 worth and sent us on our way." - Yan Pritzker Bitcoin isn't simply an application that can be used for finance. Less …
 
"VCs are a group of people demonized in the Bitcoin industry for not understanding Bitcoin’s value proposition. Well, how do you expect a VC to value Bitcoin if they’re only used to valuing startups?" - Hass McCook A really fun article, followed by a walk down Bitcoin memory lane with Guy, giving a fresh analogy (you know how I love those) of Bitco…
 
“authority, not truth makes legitimacy... it is truth, not authority that makes legitimacy with Bitcoin.” - Erik Cason Today we dive into a fascinating piece at cryptosovereignty.org by Erik Cason diving into the very concept of sovereignty, and how Bitcoin, in comparison to the legacy system, is not merely revolutionary, but messianic. Truth, not …
 
“It’s going to be really interesting to replicate some of the token-based authentication schemes that we already have with centralized providers but do it with self-sovereign identity, which is pseudonymous and which is persistent across the network.” - Chris Dannen An article by Peter Chawaga at BitcoinMagazine.com that touches on the many topics …
 
This week, we check in with a man who we have done two episodes on, but now we check in with the man himself, Lenny Dykstra!! We sit have a chat with Lenny about what he's been up to, since his last arrest, what he thinks about baseball in the age of Covid-19, and exactly what the hell he was thinking when he kept getting arrested! Lenny is honest,…
 
We had a fascinating panel discussion hosted by John Vallis with an amazing group at the Value of Bitcoin Conference. All about the Global Renaissance that Bitcoin could ignite. What incentives will most change our world, what is the future of debt in a sound money economy, what will governments look like, what happens when everyone's wealth exists…
 
"Early alchemy was concerned with purifying and perfecting certain materials, such as transmuting base metals like lead into noble metals like gold, creating an elixir of immortality, or creating panaceas to cure any disease." - Meltem Demirors How should we observe the "crypto" industry as a whole, and what, if anything, can we learn from the enor…
 
"The world’s national currencies will offer Bitcoin only a sputtering resistance — more in word than deed — and they’ll dwindle into irrelevance as their defenders fail to defend, their battlements go unmanned, and the central banks’ centers will not hold." - Jesse Lawler Are we doomed for a massive battle between the monetary giants. The Federal R…
 
This week, we check out a man who played a sport we know nothing about, rugby. That said, we skip most of the sports, and dive directly into crime. He tried to make a little extra money, doing some dirty things, and got caught. In Thailand. With a LOT of heroin. This leads to a long stint in a nightmarish Thai prison, which causes him even bigger t…
 
Statechains, the Atomic Swap Halving, Perpetual One Way Swaps, and more with co-host of the Unhashed Podcast! Ruben Somsen joins us to dive into a ton of awesome technical exploration & how they can be directed toward a scalable and efficient future for Bitcoin. Check out Ruben on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SomsenRuben Explore his various proposa…
 
Full nodes without even needing the internet? That's right. A massive improvement to the decentralization & alternatives for securing Bitcoin validation infrastructure just dropped from the team at Blockstream. Announcing Blockstream Satellite 2.0! Check out the original with links to pre-order the kits if interested: https://blockstream.com/2020/0…
 
"Encryption reduces the cost of protection and decreases the leverage of violence at scale. This leads to the rise of dissident technology." - Phil Bonello With the foundations of the our societal structures shifting, and the core dynamics of violent organization under flux, how do we anticipate the changes in the future? Looking at the investment …
 
"A purely peer-to-peer version of electronic cash would allow online payments to be sent directly from one party to another without going through a financial institution." - Satoshi Nakamoto To kick off the Third epoch in Bitcoin we are officially rebranding to Bitcoin Audible, and beginning with the historic Whitepaper by Satoshi himself, revealin…
 
This week, we look at a very successful person, who never seemed like they'd turn out to be so successful. He was a six time NBA champion, who played next to the great of all time. He also spent money in dumb ways, drove a little tipsy, was a little careless with guns, and the police know the address where he and his reality show star wife lived. N…
 
Finally got the incredible author of the "Gradually, Then Suddenly" series on the show to have a chat about the nature of Bitcoin, how it so widely misunderstood, and the most important change it will bring about. Parker Lewis and I had an awesome chat and you don't want to miss it. Happy Halving guys!! SwanBitcoin.com/guy --- This episode is spons…
 
"In other words, Bitcoin already has little monetary inflation, which will drop even further." - Dominik Stroukal Because I love discussion of markets, prices, and the EMH, I couldn't avoid one last article before the halving arrives. With another interesting take from the SatoshiLabs blog from first time on the show author, Diminik Stroukal, we ge…
 
"In the absence of the gold standard, there is no way to protect savings from confiscation through inflation. There is no safe store of value. If there were, the government would have to make its holding illegal, as was done in the case of gold." - Alan Greenspan Who would've guessed that the most succinct explanation of exactly how Greenspan cause…
 
This week, we go back in time to look at man who had it rough. He had over 100 boxing matches, back before we even knew what CTE was, the 1920's/1930's. This all resulted in bizarre behavior, culminating with a jealous outburst at both his mistress... and her mother. He admits to the crime, but will his diminished capacities keep him from hanging i…
 
"It is axiomatic that printing money (or creating digital dollars) does nothing to generate economic activity; it only shifts the balance of powers as to who allocates the money and prices risk. It strips power from the people and centralizes it to the government." - Parker Lewis If you were worried that the previous installment of the Gradually, T…
 
"As a friend of mine likes to say: Bitcoin is pieces of super-gold flying inside an unstoppable PayPal. It is the best money we ever had." - Gigi Another great piece by Gigi (@Dergigi on twitter) that takes a step back and just tells the message of Bitcoin without all the usual over-complication. Ignore the monetary history, don't explain the under…
 
"Mycelial networks act as a resource transport layer and communications network connecting organisms in the biosphere. This enables organisms to voluntarily trade resources and knowledge across species lines. Increasing trade leads to increased specialization (division of labor), further increasing biodiversity (wealth and resilience) in the ecosys…
 
"What the State fears above all, of course, is any fundamental threat to its own power and its own existence" - Murray N. Rothbard The epic conclusion to Murray Rothbard's Anatomy of the State. What is the ultimate end of state power? Can we test to see if the State is in fact interested in its own survival, or if its interested in the protection o…
 
This week, we look into a man who makes it REALLY hard to like him. His first, second, and third responses are all the same, violence. He attacks people in public, in bars, and worst of all, in their own homes. All the signs were there, but the world wasn't sure just how awful of a human being he is, until he commits an act so heinous, that he may …
 
"The greatest danger to the State is independent intellectual criticism." -Murray N. Rothbard Another piece made available thanks to the amazing team over at the Mises Institute, we dive into the first half of the essential work by Murray N. Rothbard, Anatomy of the State. A critical and objective view of what the tools and means of the state are, …
 
"I think of Bitcoin as a conservative investment because it’s so superior to gold. The value of it should wind up at least equal to gold’s..." - BitcoinTINA Reading a piece by BitcoinTINA summarized from the BitcoinMagazine series on how Bitcoin is a fundamental shift in the nature of money, and how quickly everything could change despite how diffi…
 
"We Hodl these truths to be self evident" - Brady A Declaration of Independence for the age of the separation of money and state. When a monetary system becomes a burden, a means not to help the public good, but to sicken and destroy it, it is the right, and the duty of the people to throw off such system. This is why we are here, and this is why w…
 
If finding out how the banking system is systematically ripping you off doesn't make your angry, then you're already dead. Had an awesome discussion with Josh of Bottomshelf Bitcoin fame! Going through the incredible theft and engineered fragility of our monetary system. How it induces the boom and bust cycle, builds unsustainable imbalances, fuels…
 
"As the crypto industry makes progress toward Web 3.0, we’ll come to realize that it’s hard to beat the security and network effects of Bitcoin." - Muneeb Ali Another great article from Bitcoin Magazine, this one by the founder of Blockstack, Muneeb Ali, on the superior security and foundation that Bitcoin can provide to Web 3.0. How its perceived …
 
This week, we jump into the deep end of a murky pool. A man who was raised to be a champion, from the time he was in diapers. He was on a clear path to a gold medal when tragedy struck, and he was severely injured in a car accident. His remarkable comeback, all the way to the Olympics was nothing short of amazing, but he quickly threw it all away. …
 
You are not going to want to miss this incredible piece on exactly how far we have strayed from anything resembling "capitalism," or even the goal of accumulating and growing the capital that improves our lives. "This is your brain on central banking, regulatory capture, and financialization." - Sacha & Allen Check out the original and hit that cla…
 
"You can't dictate how people should use bitcoin. Bitcoin has certain properties that enable different use cases. The predominant use case will fluctuate over time. Get over it." - Marty Bent An Important reminder from Uncle Marty: Bitcoin has value because of what it enables. It is the market that will find its highest value purpose, and it will b…
 
"All I know is the setup for bitcoin, the hardest form of digital money, could not be better. All manners of trust have evaporated. In order to solve for demand and supply destruction, governments will embark on the greatest fiscal stimulus binge the world has ever seen." - Arthur Hayes The time has come to put our cards on the table and place our …
 
You’re in for a marathon of a meetup today! The Raleigh Bitcoin Crew goes down the rabbit hole with… Infinite money printing Who really runs things? Inflation and the Fed’s Great Scam How trustless money leads to greater trust Price “gouging” or price “discovery”? Monopolies & the Govt Anti-trust laws and predatory pricing The last halving & the Bi…
 
This week, we take a look at a guy whoo seems to have been getting arrested since birth. From high school, and beyond, he developed a pattern of having no regard for rules, the law, or other human beings, then having people get him out of trouble. He continues this pattern, until he meets his future wife, soccer star, Hope Solo. She seems to fit ri…
 
"It is the digital equivalent of your physical bank sending private investigators to follow your every move for days after you withdraw cash at the ATM, and then freezing or confiscating your bank account entirely if that PI comes back with a report that says that “you may have,” with some probability, engaged in controversial actions with that cas…
 
"Despite unprecedented fiscal and monetary intervention after the financial crisis, results have been disappointing. The American people do not need accounting tricks or more debt, but true innovation. Thankfully, Bitcoin provides a way forward." - Conner Brown An excellent article found over at the Bitcoin Reserve Journal on how Bitcoin could lead…
 
"Although I mostly agree with their reasoning and share the enthusiasm for such a free market, I cannot stop being astonished by the naivety of the idea." - Sven Schneiders If a "good" money cannot survive without a helpful and easy environment... then is it even a good money at all? 🤔 Sven makes an excellent case for abandoning the sentiment that …
 
“Beware of what I call Pascal's scams: movements or belief systems that ask you to hope for or worry about very improbable outcomes that could have very large positive or negative consequences.” - Nick Szabo Another amazing piece from the Unenumerated blog by Nick Szabo that explains a class of doomsday and utopia predictions he refers to as “Pasca…
 
"Satoshi Nakamoto created Bitcoin as a tool for privacy. The entire cypherpunk quest, which Satoshi was an active part of and which the Bitcoin experiment is the coronation of, was all about personal and financial privacy." - Giacomo Zucco A great piece from Giacomo, published with Bitcoin Magazine, on the concepts and origins of privacy behind Bit…
 
This week, we bodyslam our way through the story of a man who defines the term "wasted potential". No one in wrestling history has been given more chances to be employed, or screwed those chances up quite so badly. He did plenty of drugs, fought cops in bar parking lots, and that's only the beginning. Tales of his debauchery are legendary. Some are…
 
"A distant digital descendent of zero, the invention of Bitcoin represents the discovery of absolute scarcity for money: an idea as equally unstoppable." - Robert Breedlove A new piece by Breedlove exploring the discovery and impact of the concept of "zero," both as an abstraction of the nature of the universe, & a numerical tool for better definin…
 
“In the wake of the enormous money tsunami unleashed onto economies and societies, people have begun (rightfully) to start asking the question: What has become of money? Is money even worth anything any longer?” - PascalAnother great op-ed from Pascal Hugli over at BitcoinMagazine.com. With a deca-trillion dollar imbalance & trillion in newly print…
 
"One of the biggest lies in recent times is that inflation is good and necessary for a healthy economy." - Mcfloogle It was once understood that money was owned by the individual. Merely an extension of the value created in the past, the soundness of money could not be disconnected from the very right to life and property itself. A short but excell…
 
This week, we check out a nearly forgotten baseball player, who was once the catalyst behind a team that went to the World Series, but just a few short years later, he was out of the sport, all together. Why? Cocaine, and plenty of it. Also, he had quite the attitude, causing fights with everyone from friends, to teammates, to his team's manager. H…
 
The team over at Kraken just dropped a fascinating report on “The Great Wealth Transfer” and what it means for Bitcoin. How, even holding all other things constant, we could see on the order of $1 Trillion move into the Bitcoin ecosystem. We bring Pete Rizzo on the show to talk all about it. Follow Pete Rizzo below and check out the Kraken blog for…
 
"It was a plea to all those that valued the fight for liberty and freedom. Outnumbered ten-to-one, Travis responded to a demand for surrender with a cannon shot." - Parker Lewis The 13th installment in the excellent Gradually, Then Suddenly series, from Parker Lewis and the Unchained Capital team. Bitcoin is a Rally Cry. https://unchained-capital.c…
 
"The Federal Reserve’s market operations are ramping up by the day, and it’s using more tools simultaneously to “fix” markets than ever before. So what are these tools and how is the Fed using them?" - Colin Harper Wondering what is happening in the hurricane that is finance and finding it difficult to piece together all of the puzzle. You aren't a…
 
COVID-19 Citadel Preparations The Great Financial Unraveling Scared of the virus or government? Kill Your Heroes Business as usual? With a special social distancing edition of the Raleigh Meetup Podcast, we get a big crew together talking all about the current state of the world, our own adjustments to this new reality, and if Bitcoin ready for thi…
 
This week, we talk about a man who somehow went from dropping out of high school, to the NBA in a matter of a few years. He sold crack, and ran the streets but always kept his basketball dreams alive, and eventually it paid off, at least in money. But he has been full of problems like being belligerent to cops, drinking to excess, getting robbed, c…
 
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