Interview: Russell Lamberti explains how crypto money will change everything

Russell lamberti

Crypto money goes fundamentally change the world. That’s the word of Russell Lamberti, economist and head of ETM Macro Advisors, who thinks the stage is set for a showdown between central banks – and nation-state governments – and the emerging world of distributed cryptocurrencies. and anonymous.

In this episode of the TechCentral podcast, Lamberti talks via Skype from Cape Town about how cryptocurrency could undermine central banks and even end the era of fiat money (monopolized money being legal tender by government decree).

It’s a fascinating look at the historical role of central banks and how cryptocurrencies like bitcoin could transform the monetary landscape and reshape the global economic system.

This is a broad discussion that cuts across everything from government involvement in the ICT sector to the state of the South African economy, and follows a recent detailed presentation that Lamberti gave to the Free Market Foundation in Johannesburg.

It’s a podcast you dare not miss!

(The link to the ETM Macro Advisors mailing list, as mentioned in the podcast, is here.)

How to Subscribe to TechCentral Podcasts

There are many ways to enjoy TechCentral podcasts beyond just streaming from our website. A good way is to subscribe to it using an app on your phone, allowing you to listen in the car, at the gym or wherever you are.

The TechCentral Podcast RSS Feed is available through Note that this is a separate feed from the weekly TalkCentral podcast, whose RSS is available here. If you want both podcasts in one RSS feed, this is here.

Use RSS feeds to subscribe to one of the podcasts (or both podcasts) in your favorite player (we recommend Pocket casts for Android, iOS and Windows Phone – search for “TechCentral” in its search engine to find both shows).

We are also available through iTunes. Simply open the iTunes app on your iPhone and search for “TechCentral” to find the two podcasts. – (c) 2017 NewsCentral Media