Keiser Report | Capturing Stranded Energy | E1669

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    In this episode of Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the statement from Aker, the 180 years old energy engineering company in Norway, who are turning to bitcoin and view it as a means to capture otherwise stranded energy.

    In the second half, Max interviews Jonathan Chester of Bitwage.com about the new reality of a post-pandemic world meeting his company’s business model of not only allowing anyone to be paid their wages in bitcoin but facilitating remote worker salaries across borders.

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