You’ve heard about Bitcoin and cryptocurrency on the news and through social media. But what about its application in your financial portfolio? What role does it play in investments, both personally and worldwide?

Explore the exciting world of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies with Brent Mekosh and guest Natalie Brunell, the host of the Coin Stories Podcast. This week, they dive into the disconnect between the economy and financial markets while addressing the challenges of our current financial system.

Talking points include:

  • Reasons there’s a disconnect between the economy and financial markets
  • The potential impact of Bitcoin on the global financial system
  • Ways Bitcoin can work as a powerful tool when it comes to cyberwarfare and rebuilding prosperity
  • What you need to know about digital assets
  • And more!

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About Our Guest:

Natalie Brunell is a podcast host, educator, and media commentator in the Bitcoin space. Her popular show, Coin Stories, features interviews with Bitcoin thought leaders about their backgrounds, convictions for BTC, and headlines related to finance and economic issues facing society. Coin Stories is the #1 woman-hosted Bitcoin podcast in the world.

Previously, Natalie was an award-winning TV journalist and investigative reporter. For more than ten years, she covered in-depth local and national news topics and holds an Emmy for breaking news coverage.

Disclosure: Prior to making an investment decision, please consult with your financial advisor about your situation. The prominent underlying risk of using bitcoin as a medium of exchange is that it is not authorized or regulated by any central bank. Bitcoin issuers are not registered with the SEC, and the bitcoin marketplace is currently unregulated. Bitcoin and other crypto currencies are a very speculative investment and involves a high degree of risk. Investors must have the financial ability, sophistication/experience, and willingness to bear the risks of an investment, and a potential total loss of their investment.