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EP29: James Lavish On Institutional Appetite For Bitcoin, Shorting BTC, Yields, And Recession
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EP29: James Lavish On Institutional Appetite For Bitcoin, Shorting BTC, Yields, And Recession

Part 2

In this episode of Navigating Bitcoin’s Noise, I am joined by James Lavish, a reformed hedge fund manager turned Bitcoin educator through The Looking Glass Education. In our discussion, we talk about big institutions and their appetite for Bitcoin, why and how hedge funds are using Bitcoin to hedge high beta stocks, and the unfortunate downside of the existing system incentivizing profit over people. James also shares his knowledge of repo markets, bond yields, and what they really tell you, along with his views on the possibilities of a recession. Additionally, we cover why Bitcoin offers citizens and small countries an opportunity to opt out of historically bad financial situations.

If you’re looking to better understand bitcoin’s past and its future potential as an economic network, then join us and listen in.

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The Mesh Point
Navigating Bitcoin's Noise
Navigating The Noise is a podcast dedicated to bridging the gap between traditional financial markets and crypto markets. In each episode, I look to discuss how monetary technologies like Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are evolving the underlying rails of the existing financial system.