Things we learned listening to Junseth’s World this week: it’s possible to bribe employees with walls of candy instead of high salaries. “Company culture” is a myth. And it’s surprisingly difficult to pee off the side of a sailboat.
Junseth Congratulates OpenBazaar
Junseth shares a bittersweet moment with Dante at the start of this week’s episode: in a mashup of blockchain’s two best ideas, Open Bazaar is holding a token sale. Since Junseth has been an unofficial advisor to OB’s Brian Hoffman for years now, it’s time for some more wisdom on the topic.
The response to our token announcement has been strong on both sides. Luckily I think coin exhaustion has made people more critical and demanding and that is great. No bullshit tokens. The world is sick of these.
— brian hoffman 🎸🥃🍕🐙 (@brianchoffman) December 7, 2017
India may or may not be banning bitcoin miners, it’s always hard to tell. Ever get the feeling individual government officials just shoot their mouths off on certain topics without any idea what actual policy is?
As usual, among the gags (and I don’t mean jokes) there’s plenty to learn, and Junseth’s World is far more entertaining than reading Investopedia. And more beneficial than a candy wall. The panel has a frighteningly extensive range of life and financial experiences, and you’ll hear about much of it before the show’s over.
For the Uninitiated: WTF Is Junseth’s World?
Junseth (a.k.a. Joshua Unseth) is one of America’s most respected thought leaders on
trolling streetwise business and economics.
Loathed by most corporate blockchain industry participants and pretty much everyone else, the controversial South Florida resident embodies that region’s unique approach to business. He has seen and done things for Bitcoin you probably never imagined … and some you wished you could un-imagine.
Somewhere in all of that, you actually get a good education and some surprisingly useful insights into the world of finance, trading, business and economics.
On top of his tireless Bitcoin advocacy, Junseth campaigns to close the gender salary gap in the world of modeling and to abolish attractive-people privilege across all industries.
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Images via Pixabay, Junseth’s mom