Podcast: Bitcoin as a Long Volatility Hedge

Tyler and Dylan discuss the effect of debt on younger generations and the future outlook for bitcoin throughout 2021.

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In the latest episode of Blockworks’ “Generational Arbitrage,” host Tyler Neville speaks with founder of 21st Paradigm, Dylan LeClair.

Tyler and Dylan discuss Bitcoin as a long volatility hedge, opportunity cost, the effect of debt on younger generations and the future outlook for bitcoin throughout 2021.

Check out what they had to say in the video below. 👇

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