Of all the years I have been involved in crypto, it is uncommon to meet a young, well-rounded participant in the space.
After all, this asset class has been through many dramatic twists and turns that can leave enthusiasts more broke and confused than they were before they had begun their journey.
Yet, crypto is still just getting started.
In today’s interview, I had the pleasure of sharing an open discussion with crypto enthusiast Yash Deep at the Young Americans For Liberty Conference (YAL) in Orlando, FL.
He is an anarchist that believes in self-sovereignty and is an early Dollar Vigilante subscriber.
I intentionally brought the team out to this event to zoom in on the young voices within the Liberty Movement and better gauge their current understanding of blockchain tech.
When I first met Yash, he stood out amongst everyone as a grounded and experienced individual and was absolutely worth inviting on as a guest.
Like many in the Liberty Movement, Yash’s awakening began with the work of Ron Paul.
He explained, “I started learning about the Fed, what money is, how it works, and how the world works. Back then, I was a Goldbug, but slowly evolved into learning about crypto and started buying in 2016.”
In response, I shared, “We’re not really fans of Hex. There is so much going on in crypto. So, we only focus on what we agree as being the best.
Though we did not agree and dive deeper into this project, Yash and I discussed a myriad of important topics, such as privacy coins, mindset, and the future of crypto.
I highly encourage you to give this interview a watch for a well-rounded discussion on crypto as it relates to liberty.
Enjoy the full video here:
Yash and I agreed that while good communities are the lifeblood of crypto, the cognitive dissonance within tribalist groups such as BTC Maximalists can have real negative effects.
He shared, “I've always been a supporter of civil discourse. I think that's how you grow as a person. But, there's a way to go about it.”
This affirmed to me why I love the Monero (XMR) community. They are an example of a good community that is not only willing to point out potential vulnerabilities, but they are eager to.
Yash explains, “People don't care about privacy anymore. People know TikTok is notorious for taking people's privacy, but they don't care. They know that their information is getting out there and that if you have a free service, it's really not free. Your data is being used as currency. I don't think the market really cares too much.”
Though this may be an unfortunate reality for now, it will only be a matter of time before the banksters, and Big Tech conspire to track, surveil, and extort what they deem as tainted coins in the hands of bad actors.
When I asked Yash what he believes will become a theme in the next crypto bull market, he shared, “I think the next bull cycle is going to have, for a lack of a better branding, NFTs 2.0.”
He adds, “This cycle was basically just like playing hot potato. It was a lot of speculation. People just thought it was a new craze. But, there are other use cases that are developing. I think that the market is going to mature much better.”
Yash has been an advocate for sharing crypto and the positive teachings that derive from the Liberty movement with as many people as possible who will listen.
Hopefully, they are listening now.
Watch the full interview now to become a more well-rounded crypto enthusiast like Yash.
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