Joe Rogan talks to Killer Mike on Bitcoin versus central banks

It’s been reported by the Daily Hodl that on a recent episode of the Joe Rogan Experience, while Joe was hosting guest Killer Mike of rap group Run the Jewels, the conversation turned to cryptocurrency, with Joe remarking how it could change the world for the better.


After some discussion about issues with crime stemming from wealth inequality, Joe asks Killer Mike if he follows cryptocurrency at all. Killer Mike says that though he has been learning about investing, he doesn’t much yet know a lot about crypto. Joe then goes into how he feels Bitcoin could work against the banking institutions that created this situation:

“The amount of money that banks control – if you just stop and think about what goes on with the Federal Reserve and what goes on with all the money. And how much a dollar is worth overseas and the balance of it all. If there was something that we could all rely on that wasn’t controlled by a gigantic group of people who have a vested interest in profiting off this pile of money. If it was sort of a Bitcoin-like thing, it would be a really different world. It would be really, really different.”

Killer Mike agrees and says it would be great if we could live in a world without money, but he then posits:

“Is the banking mafia, of sorts, ever going to let that happen?”

Good points coming from both sides, and as always it is helpful to see celebrities discussing both cryptocurrencies and the reasons we need them. Stick with Chepicap for all celebrity crypto news!

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