Doug Polk Crypto Lines Up Heavy Hitters for New Podcast Channel
Doug Polk Enters the Podcast Arena
We’re proud to tell you that our very own Doug Polk now has a cryptocurrency podcast to supplement his ever-popular YouTube channel. On the podcast, Doug discusses all things crypto, from technicals to current happenings, with notable guests in the industry.
His first two episodes featured Jimmy Song (Bitcoin developer, cryptocurrency YouTuber, Blockchain Capital LLC Venture Partner) and Jason Les (Riot Blockchain Inc. Director). They touched on Bitcoin vs. Bitcoin Cash, industry competition, the future of blockchain technology, and everything in between.
Doug has a star-studded line-up for his next few podcasts. On Thursday (3/1) at 1 pm PST, he’ll be speaking with Richard Heart, a cryptocurrency thought leader and interview extraordinaire.
And over the next few weeks, Doug will be hosting Charlie Lee, the creator of Litecoin, as well as Monero Core Team Member, Riccardo Spagni, popularly known as fluffypony. You won’t want to miss it.
Who the Hell is Doug Polk?
As part owner of CoinCentral, Doug helps us help you learn more about the complex world of blockchain technology. Coming from the world of professional poker, Doug is now actively involved in the cryptocurrency community, most notably producing an informative, yet comical, crypto YouTube channel.
The channel has gained a quite a following, ~180k subscribers in about 3 months, due to Doug’s no B.S. approach to informing viewers and calling out popular crypto scam artists. Just as we do here at Coin Central, Doug provides useful information in an easy-to-understand way while still throwing in the occasional joke or two.
Stay in the Know
Interested in staying up-to-date with Doug’s videos? Check out the links below to subscribe and get notified when new ones are out:
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