First Bitcoin radio show in the United States


Content creator Mark Moss has announcement that he struck a deal with live radio platform iHeart to be the first US syndicated radio show to talk about Bitcoin. Moss said the show will also touch on hot topics regarding Bitcoin, including macroeconomics, technology, and general economics.

The first episode will go live on October 2, 2021. But Moss did not provide further details on the news, including how often the show airs. Nonetheless, wider and deeper dissemination of Bitcoin content to everyone in the United States is positive as it can increase education on the fundamentals of Bitcoin. In addition, it also helps disseminate information on broader but cross-cutting topics including sound monetary properties, energy debates, and central banking.

Mark Moss is the owner and operator of the Market Disruptors Youtube channel and podcast. Macroeconomics, social and political economy, monetary policies, inflation and the principles of sound money are among the main topics of the channel. Moss is personally an advocate for Bitcoin, freedom, and individual freedom.

The Market Disruptors podcast currently goes live twice a week, when Moss sits down with leaders in the Bitcoin economy and spaces to get insight into what they’re working on and how they navigate important events. The host seeks to gain valuable insights from which their listeners can learn how to gain an edge in the global and Bitcoin markets.

Recent guests on the show and their talking topics include Marty Bent on Energy and the Great Reset, Vijay Boyapati on Sound Money, Raoul Pal on Debt Cycles, Greg Foss on Inflation and the Fed , David Hunter on markets and Lyn Alden on central banks. .

With the new deal, Moss will further expand his audience in the United States by leading a nationally broadcast radio show. The entrepreneur said during the announcement that the main focus of his radio show would be to discuss Bitcoin and cross-sectorials such as technology and economics. More details were not revealed.


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