MAX & STACY REPORT [EP04] – Bitcoin Fixes United Fruit Company


Max Keiser & Stacy Herbert present the first global English language macro economic and bitcoin news out of El Salvador

In this fourth episode, they are joined by macro & bitcoin analyst, Lyn Alden, who offers her opinion on how the dire macroeconomic situation might hit the ‘crypto’ sector and why El Salvador was right to do only bitcoin and not shitcoins.

In the headlines, Max and Stacy look at United Fruit Company, the three most important words on economic sovereignty and why only bitcoin can fix it.

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  1. I don't know why anyone would compare Bitcoin to altcoins as if it's some type of competition. Altcoins are not attempting to be an adopted form of money like Bitcoin. Altcoin tokens are cryptoassets that are traded for money. Bitcoin is in a league by itself when it comes to the crypto space.

  2. Thank you so much for supporting El Salvador & more importantly Presidente Bukele 🙂

  3. It’s Mad Max ‘Maxi’ Keiser and ‘Racy’ Stacy Herbert in the gaff and you’d better look lively son.

  4. Thank you for Spanis Subtittles dear Max & Stacy! 🙏🇸🇻

  5. Lyn Alden habla bien rápido y tiene una voz especial y distinta, pero tiene tanto conocimiento y carisma que estoy dispuesto a mejorar mi listening y entenderla 100%. Gracias!

  6. Max stop wearing taking Stacey’s shoes … it’s annoying😂😂😂

  7. El Salvador needs to bolster their military now. They are doing all the right things, now they need to protect themselves because you know the western countries will be trying to take them down

  8. I've been watching max for very long time, apart from the past two years nearly. I adore these two and I'm back ✊🤘

  9. just watched the 1st four eps in a row…my brains are climbing out my head.

  10. 1. Currently the top three – centrally managed – mining pools control more than 50% of the computing power of the Bitcoin network. So, three organizations can decide, if a transaction is valid or not.
    2. Bitcoin network operations, like protocol updates and incident resolution are not designed to be decentralized, they depend on a small number of admins, whos influence doesn't depend on their computing power.
    3. Coin tainting: Bitcoin users can decide not to accept certain coins that originate from a particular address.

    So stating that the Bitcoin network is truly decentralized is an exaggeration. Also, coin tainting can have a negative effect on bitcoin as a currency, so altogether I wouldn't talk about it as an ideal reserve currency, at least not in its current state.

  11. Thank you for pointing me to this video Stacy. I’m so overwhelmed with emotions that you guys are talking about this. It’s something that is so real, so raw and so important for me. Arbenz was the first democratically elected president in Guatemala and unfortunately the last. Everyone else was imposed by the US government behind the back of populism and money moves. Bitcoin is Latinoamerican independence finally!!!

  12. Of course, for El Salvador it is very good. I use the chivo wallet. I sent money to my parents before. For every 100 dollars of commission, I paid 10 dollars. Today I do it for free.

  13. Stacy/max,
    You guys are great. You should add spanish subtitles…

  14. Stacy with the end at part 1 and then Lyn with the sh*tcoin bomb in the second half haha. Gotta love the women speaking truth and power and doing what most men won’t do.

  15. Damn. Lyn dropped bombs. That was epic. Some of the best explanations of bitcoin and the current event. Brilliant stuff as usual 🙏🏻

  16. I hang on Lyn's every word. Her brain is on another level.

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