BTC025: Bitcoin Security & Lending w/ Parker Lewis & Joe Kelly

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On today’s show, Preston Pysh talks with Bitcoin influencers and builders, Parker Lewis & Joe Kelly from Unchained Capital Management. They discuss Bitcoin security and borrowing.

IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN:
0:00 – Intro
03:42 – Why Joe Kelly founded Unchained Capital Management
06:30 – Why are people willing to borrow at such high interest rates when traditional borrow has such low interest rates
18:06 – What direction do they see interest rates going in the coming year
41:46 – When will people be able to make deposits and earn interest while still controlling 1 of 3 private keys
47:43 – Parker’s thoughts on the lightning network
– Where do they see the space in 5 years

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