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Should Public Companies Keep Bitcoin on Their Balance Sheet? Bill Barhydt Weighs In

This is an episode of The Pomp Podcast with host Anthony “Pomp” Pompliano and guest, Bill Barhydt is the founder of Abra, a simple to use cryptocurrency investment platform. After working for the CIA, NASA, and Goldman Sachs, Bill decided to join Netscape working on telecom and Internet banking deals, mostly in Europe. After the AOL acquisition of Netscape, Bill founded WebSentric. The technology for WebSentric exists today in SAP’s online portal service.

In this conversation, we discuss macroeconomics, the Federal Reserve, monetary policy, Bitcoin as a reserve asset in corporate treasuries, decentralization, and a number of new products and features that Abra has launched recently.

Pomp writes a daily letter to over 50,000 investors about business, technology, and finance. He breaks down complex topics into easy to understand language while sharing opinions on various aspects of each industry. You can subscribe at

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