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Our latest guest was Dawdu from the Bitcoin Source podcast. We both enjoyed this conversation very much and are excited to help more people out. Because this is what it's all about. Helping everyone!
Hello, fellow rabbit hole dwellers!
We hope you had a good Thanksgiving and didn’t eat too much. To celebrate the time of the year when we’re thankful for people, things, or other stuff in life, we decided to release our episode with Dawdu.
Dawdu is an inspiring and wonderful human being who goes the extra mile and is never afraid to put in the proof of work. He’s also very active within the black Bitcoin community and eager to onboard as many people into the ecosystem as possible.
The Latest Rabbit Hole Stories Episode With Dawdu
Hello from Ian 👋
In our latest episode, we had an enlightening chat with Dawdu, the spirited host of The Bitcoin Source podcast and a key player in the Black Bitcoin Billionaire’s Club. His transition from traditional finance to the dynamic world of Bitcoin isn't just a career shift; it's a journey into the heart of what Bitcoin can offer everyone, especially those in minority and disenfranchised communities.
Dawdu's story is an eye-opener. The way he speaks about Bitcoin, with clarity and enthusiasm, really gets to the core of why we're all here. His podcast brings diverse voices together from across the Bitcoin ecosystem. From technical discussions to the global impact of Bitcoin, Dawdu's episodes are a must-listen for anyone looking to deepen their understanding and connect with a wide array of voices within the Bitcoin space.
But our conversation went beyond just Bitcoin’s technical and financial aspects. It delved into something I've been reflecting on a lot lately, especially after long talks with my wife. In fact, this episode, coupled with conversations at home, has incentivized me to write a piece focused on and around our use of language within the Bitcoin ecosystem (still in its early stages).
Bitcoin is more than a currency or a technical marvel; it's a concept that can be quite abstract and overwhelming for many. In our eagerness to share the potential of Bitcoin, we Bitcoiners sometimes forget that not everyone has the luxury of time to decode complex ideas or the jargon we often take for granted. This realization hit home during our discussion with Dawdu.
As we explore Bitcoin's potential to bring financial freedom and empowerment, it's crucial to remember our privilege. We must be mindful of how we communicate, ensuring our words are inclusive and accessible. This episode with Dawdu inspired me to be more conscious of my language and to strive for inclusivity when talking about Bitcoin. It's about making Bitcoin relatable, not just remarkable.
The topic of Bitcoin podcasts also came up. There's a sea of them out there, and Dawdu's stands out for its approachable style and rich content. But this abundance is a good thing. It means there's something for everyone, various voices, and perspectives that can cater to different interests and levels of understanding; it also creates competition and incentives the podcast hosts to think of new, innovative ways to create value and stand out from the crowd. This free market approach, centered around Bitcoin’s principles, plays out in real-time.
As I wrap up this note, I'm reminded of the power of conversation and the impact of words. Dawdu's insights have enriched our podcast and influenced how I think about and communicate Bitcoin's message. And I hope this episode does the same for you.
Tune in, and let's keep the conversation going. Who knows what new perspectives we'll uncover next?
Recommendations of the Week
Dawdu is a busy man who has already written many articles and books and released many episodes on his podcast. Make sure to check out his links and recommendations below!
The Bitcoin Source Podcast: https://www.thebtcsource.com/
Black Bitcoin Billionaire Website: https://www.blackbitcoinbillionaire.com/
Dawdu’s Bitcoin Magazine Profile: https://bitcoinmagazine.com/authors/dawdu-m-amantanah
Dawdu’s Book ‘The Bit on Digital Coins’: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bit-Digital-Coins-understanding-cryptocurrency/dp/1735851523/
Dawdu’s Book ‘Cover Me In Gold’: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cover-Me-Gold-History-Horrors/dp/0578725282/
Dawdu’s Book ‘Stacking Sats Is the New Black’: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Stacking-Sats-Black-Dawdu-Amantanah-ebook/dp/B0B9JKGGLF/
Bitcoin and Black America: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bitcoin-Black-America-Isaiah-Jackson/dp/1079178090
Hook Point, How to Stand Out in a 3 Second World: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hook-Point-Stand-3-Second-World/dp/B09VFS57QL/
Besides this, we’re also introducing our own recommendations this week. Those can be links, books, or stuff we’ve found and want to share with you.
Destroying Orwell’s Dictum with Decentralized Publishing: https://medium.com/max-hodl/destroying-orwells-dictum-with-decentralised-publishing-2f9182605fee
How to Lose $20 Billion in Two Days: Watch the video here!
This Is the Dollar End Game; Adopting Bitcoin 2023: Watch the video here!
Finally, we get to the memes of the week! Feel free to share them on your social media accounts or in friends and family chat rooms.
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