ConsEUmer podcast / EP82: Ukraine, Bitcoin, and Liberal Democracy (w/ Matthew Mežinskis)

Greetings all! Yaël checking in here for a special broadcast. Your usual host Bill will be out for some time, but you can continue to tune in here for the best consumer news and analysis from a European perspective.

INTERVIEW: Matthew Mežinskis is an American of Latvian, Norwegian, and Irish descent, residing in Eastern Europe since 2006. He works in corporate finance, consulting investors across the real estate, hospitality, food & beverage, and online direct lending industries. He was an early board member of Ronald McDonald House Charities Latvija, serving as financial director. He holds a BBA in Finance and Real Estate from the University of Cincinnati. He has been following Bitcoin since 2011. Creator of Crypto Voices podcast and Porkopolis Economics.

https://porkopolis.io/

-Why people should still care about Ukraine

-The role of Russia in central and eastern Europe

-Growing monetary trends and the excitement of Bitcoin

-Why liberal democracies matter

Check out these websites if you want support Ukraine financially:

https://www.blue-yellow.lt/en/

https://how-to-help-ukraine-now.super.site/?fbclid=IwAR2HawZT-H0iLD08QdXDMBG2qFKA3dpHsjDXt7bppN092YP2TVnQuDJ4j8A

July 28, 2022

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About Bill Wirtz

My name is Bill, I'm from Luxembourg and I write about the virtues of a free society. I favour individual and economic freedom and I believe in the capabilities people can develop when they have to take their own responsibilities.

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