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Joe Rogan says he has hope for Crypto

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Joe Rogan, a podcaster/comedian/UFC announcer/Fear Factor host/Newsradio celebrity, told Adam Curry the other day that he has “a lot of faith for cryptocurrencies” while interviewing him.

The information was revealed as part of a bigger discussion about Bitcoin and its role in dismantling the “bank’s involvement” in indentured slavery. “It’s this banking system; if we stay in it, we’re doomed,” his guest explained. “I have a lot of hope for cryptocurrencies,” Rogan said.

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“What we’re witnessing right now, it’s either going to go one way or the other,” Rogan continued. Either it’ll entirely fall apart, or we’ll take this as an opportunity to right the ship…”

Rogan’s opinions on cryptocurrency fluctuate. He does upwards of 5 3 hour episodes of his podcast every week, no doubt due to the fact that he does upwards of 5 3 hour episodes per week. That’s a lot of conversations with folks who have a variety of interests.

Rogan has admitted to having a small amount of cryptocurrency and has received Bitcoin payments of up to $100,000. “I adore it,” he stated regarding cryptocurrency. I wish this was how we transferred money, and perhaps it will be in the future. “Climb aboard.”

However, he has referred to crypto as a “pyramid scheme” in the past. And on NFTs, Rogan has said, “NFTs are weird hustle, I think it’s like a cryptocurrency hustle. It doesn’t make any sense to me.”

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During a recent conversation with fellow comedian Tim Dillon, Rogan sounded pessimistic. Dillon said, “We need you to back a coin.” Dillon tried numerous more times to persuade Joe Rogan to invest in a JREverse, but Rogan couldn’t get behind any of it since the “shadiest” individuals he knows constantly attempt to pitch him into cryptocurrency-related gambits.

He added, “When I talk to people who want to talk to me about crypto it’s exhausting. I feel like they are stealing my air… and I just want to get away very quickly.”

Dillon did mention that he is utilising NFTs to fund a film. However, he has yet to reveal any details about his strategy. Despite this, the comedian is a big believer in cryptocurrency’s potential:

“We can joke around about it, make fun of it. Because a lot of it is crazy… that being said, blockchain technology is not going away. And I think it will eventually revolutionize how people can make things… all the changes that allow people to crowdsource, or crowdfund, their own projects, I think with crypto it becomes even more powerful and transformative.”