Today the gaggle takes on crypto currency with all its good and bad.  We discuss the real power of cryto specifically as an agorist lies in what it can do and what it can’t be prevented from doing.

No matter where you are in your walk with crypto from total newbie to seasoned vet you are going love this one.  The real problem for many in the crypto community is they see it as a “silver bullet” vs. simply an arrow in the quiver of the agorist.

We also talk about 3-D printing a bit today with our newest member of the Gaggle Sal the Agorist.

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  1. Michael Kalbow
    Michael Kalbow says:

    In this episode I heard a lot of information about the Jaxx Liberty wallet. I was wondering if anyone else in the gaggle had any suggestions for a good crypto wallet.

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  2. Ray Brogdon
    Ray Brogdon says:

    Regarding mnemonic phrases, as important as they are, I hate to rely on electronics as they inevitably die. Although they are somewhat of a pain, if you need to write something down in a secure way, use a one-time-pad (OTP) to encrypt what you are writing. If used and managed properly, OTP’s can be of great use for anything that needs to be written down securely.

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  3. Leif
    Leif says:

    I wish there was a good video or pod episode for dummies like me on wallets and spending crypto.I’m new to crypto and trying to find the best setup. I’ve been youtubing for hours now and don’t really see a good video. Nearly every wallet video has a different interface (maybe because most of the vids are several years old) than what I download. I heard on the pod you want a 1 key (only you)?? wallet but looking at most comparative sights they don’t list which ones are or aren’t. Is there a way to cheaply spend crypto on a daily basis?? I just made a coinbase acct (then transferred it to coinbase.com wallet for another small fee) and it charged $2.99 to buy $100 of BTC but it wasn’t a flat fee but a % .A 3% loss right off the bat isn’t good. Also it seems like there should be a step by step to ensure you aren’t trackable. Essentially I would love a tutorial on what exactly to get and steps in order to get crypto untrackable and with as little fees as possible. and how to back it up.

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  4. Leif
    Leif says:

    edit of previous comment. I transferred from coinbase to bitcoin.com wallet. It seems like everyone says beginners should just go to coinbase.com but then also say they suck because they also have a key, report to the gov’t and have high fees.

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