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About the Episode
This week’s guest is a 6th grader from Wellesley, Massachusetts and the author of recently released book called The Early Bird Gets the Bitcoin: The Ultimate Guide to Everything About Bitcoin.
We chat with Andrew about what it’s like to become and expert in something so complex at such a young age, the reception of the book at his school, and we even nerd out about who we really think Satoshi Nakamoto was. Andrew also gives advice on how to tackle learning new things that may be intimidating at first, and what he sees as the most exciting new technologies out there.
Guest: Andrew Courey
Host: Cady Voge
Produced by: Matt Aaron and Cady Voge
Andrew’s book Early Bird Gets The Bitcoin is available on Amazon for Kindle and paperback.
About the Host
Cady Voge is a freelance journalist based in Bogotá, Colombia. She writes, produces radio packages, and makes videos about all kinds of topics. In Colombia she’s focused on the recent peace process there, Venezuelan migrants, and really any story highlighting people living life on the fringes of society. She’s also a documentary filmmaker, covering stories like that of an exceptional orphanage in India, and environmental degradation in Mexico. She’s fascinated by bitcoin because of the extraordinary ways that it and other applications of blockchain technology are already changing regular peoples’ lives, and she’s curious about its potential for more disruptive change to all kinds of industries in the future. Is bitcoin really as revolutionary as the invention of the Internet, like people say it is? She’s keen to find out. Follow along each week on Humans of Bitcoin for a chat between Cady and all different kinds of guests, where they’ll discuss the extraordinary stories of change in the time of digital money.