Podcast: Russell LaCour and the Long-term Case For BTC Bullishness

“Inflated Expectations” explores the macroeconomic drivers of growth and the potential for the crypto-revolutionization of monetary regimes

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Russell LaCour, CEO and CTO of Tantra Labs

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In this episode of Blockworks’ podcast “Inflated Expectations,” Allison Reichel, Economic Strategist, sits down with Russell LaCour, CEO and CTO of Tantra Labs, to talk about causes of the bitcoin crash, re-surging Covid-19 cases, wealth inequality and Austrian economics.

They also cover:

  • algorithmic trading
  • why bitcoin could be worth the price of gold

Watch the full episode below:

Once a week, Reichel interviews industry experts, exploring the macroeconomic drivers of growth and the potential for the crypto-revolutionization of monetary regimes. 

Reichel is a Washington, D.C., based Economic Strategist, focusing on macroeconomic trends and the shifting crypto environment. In addition to her work at Blockworks, she is a PhD student in Economics, and also holds an M.A. and B.S. in Economics from George Mason University.

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