Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

Market psychology in a downtrend and ICO regulation, with Coin Talk Show

Episode Summary

In this episode of Ledger Cast, I talk to Jay and Aaron from the Coin Talk Show about the market dump, possible recovery, how to trade in a market like this, and the US Senate hearing on crypto.

Episode Notes

Welcome to Ledger Cast, hosted by me, Brian Krogsgard (@ledgerstatus on twitter), and in this episode I'm joined by  special co-hosts, Jay Kang and Aaron Lammer. Ledger Cast is a cryptocurrency trading and blockchain ecosystem podcast.

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In this episode of Ledger Cast, I talk to Jay and Aaron about the state of the market with the current downtrend, investor psychology during down trends, what we're all feeling right now, and also about the US Senate hearing this week.

Topics of the week

Jay and Aaron and the Coin Talk Show

Aaron Lammer runs the Longform podcast -- where they interview non-fiction writers. It's one of my personal favorite interview podcasts. Jay Kang is a Vice News correspondent on HBO and a Writer at Large for the New York Times magazine.

Here's a segment Jay did for Vice News on crypto:

They are both super interested in crypto, and started the Coin Talk Show to translate crypto to the rest of the world. It's a really great show, and while it's appropriate for non-technical listeners, I think they are doing a great job covering the industry in general. They are really funny and great conversationalists.

I was actually a guest on Coin Talk for episode one, if you want to check that out. But every episode has been good in my opinions. Be sure to subscribe to it by searching your podcast apps, or via their Medium page.

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Music: "Oh, the chains" by Joel Madison Blount