January 8, 2020
In this episode, Steve sits down with John Chen a fellow entrepreneur and online business flipper. John tells his story about being at a hedge fund in NYC and applying tactics like "look down before you look up" to buying small businesses. John covers his experience with his first eCommerce venture called Blush & Bar which he sold for six figures. Listen till the end for some amazing tips on how to start your first business. --- Support this podcast:
December 30, 2019
In this episode, Steve goes through the flaws within our startup and venture capital economy. This was originally brought up by Chamath Palihapitiya CEO of Social Capital in a newsletter and on-stage and the LAUNCH event Steve attending in 2018 in San Francisco. Chamath implies that silicon valley venture capital is in the midst of the largest bubble and Ponzi scheme we've ever seen. Listen to the end to hear Steve's perspective! --- Support this podcast:
December 30, 2019
In this episode, Steve goes through an important topic about job automation. There has been a lot of discussions about this recently in politics given the global race for AI. There are a few sectors of work that are at risk currently and a few that will not be replaced or disrupted any time soon. Be sure to listen all the way through to hear some of the solutions. --- Support this podcast:
December 27, 2019
In this episode, Steve goes over important facts about student loan debt. There is a staggering amount of debt with over $1 trillion hovering over an entire generation. Student loan debt is special in many of the wrong ways including that even if you go bankrupt - the debt stays with you. Many of these facts need to be discussed deeper and more frequently. --- Support this podcast:
December 27, 2019
In this episode, Steve goes through what universal basic income could do for the cost of living. There is a lot of talk about UBI recently and it could do amazing things for the cost of living for average US citizens. --- Support this podcast:
December 27, 2019
In this episode, Steve goes over the data around wealth distribution by generation. The baby boomers and millennials have a very different stance with wealth and this is a deep dive into the delta between the two. --- Support this podcast:
December 20, 2019
In this episode, Steve sits down with CryptoBlood to discuss the future of finance, decentralization, Mt.GOX, governance, and much more. There are many projects working on innovating with the delegated proof of stake including ICON, EOS, and many others that show promise. A lot of these will struggle but sometimes innovation requires years of failures and struggle to succeed in extremely small steps forward. --- Support this podcast:
December 14, 2019
In this episode, Steve walks through the data behind job automation. There are a few industries that are being heavily impacted already by automation and all the numbers discussed in this episode are JUST robots. This excludes artificial intelligence which will increase the number of job losses at an order of magnitude. With topics like this it's important to know that being able to ADJUST and accept change is an extremely important aspect to life. As they say in the marines "Adapt or die." Jobs and careers are no different when it comes to adapting.
December 14, 2019
In this episode Steve goes over the revenue legal marijuana has created by State in the United States. Many states are growing faster than others and it's an exciting industry to discuss!
December 3, 2019
In this episode, Steve goes through the principles of unequal distribution in business and creativity in general. Lots of factors go into these theories. Why are most books sold by a small group of skilled best selling authors, why do a few cities have all the people in them? Many questions and more answered on this episode!
October 21, 2019
In this episode of the Sound Money Podcast Steve has on a special guest, Pauline the CCO of Change Now. Pauline talks about… Bitcoin exchanging Non Custodial services The beginning and mission of Change Now Her Mother’s influence in BC Community is what comes first Steve asks Pauline - what would you advise someone to do in terms of learning, how would you, how would you approach that? Pauline responds - That's a really interesting question because I've talked about it in my keynote on Delta summon the one that I was doing, is that there is not a lot of readily available information for novices in the crypto sphere. So, you have to do your own research, obviously, you can't go anywhere encrypted without doing research. Just, If you're new to crypto reach out to people in this space. There are a lot of great content creators and influencers and just a lot of people who don't even have that big of an audience and they'll always be ready to answer questions. Reach out to the community it is one of the most robust vibrant and amazing people I have ever interacted with, and any time I had any questions, I just reached out to people and they helped me out crypto is all about community. Even though there are a lot of certainly there are a lot of big businesses in the space, I think community is what comes first. For more information follow Change Now On social media and or Visit ChangeNOW is a handy and user-friendly platform for cryptocurrency exchanges that works without registration and limits. The platform allows making a quick exchange with only 5 simple steps.
September 24, 2019
In this episode of the Sound Money podcast, Steve found a few minutes with Murray Newlands, entrepreneur and creator of the HOW TO CEO podcast. They discussed the Sound Money podcast, how it was conceived and its prime purpose. They also talked about the qualities of an exceptional entrepreneur. A businessperson on his way to success will frequently encounter rejection, so one will have to be accustomed to being rejected, all the while never losing his grit. It is the ability to stand back up when everybody is pushing you down, that determines the strength of the man.
September 19, 2019
In this episode of Sound Money, Steve talks about decentralized finance and consumer lending. Being a part of the industry way back in 2013, he described how decentralized finance (known as DeFi) shows a solution to a very complex problem like issues with the credit union. On another note, Steve expressed that technology became a vital part in peer-to-peer lending, but banks also started catching up regarding how the internet worked. He continued to state that a shift from peer-to-peer became a peer-to-institution. Join Steve as he further sheds light on DeFi and consumer lending.
September 12, 2019
In this episode of Sound Money, Steve sits down with high-profile Blockchain and Cryptocurrency investor and advisor Ian Balina. Ian tells his journey as a software engineer, developer, and IT consultant, to his present state as a cryptocurrency analyst. He delves into his analytical approach to ICO investing, and the reasons for him taking down his famous mega spreadsheet. He also reveals a web application he and his team are working on from scratch on as data-driven investment research platform. Listen to his advice on how to be a successful cryptocurrency trader.
September 6, 2019
In this episode of the Sound Money podcast, Steve McGarry and Nick Saponaro,the Chief Information Officer of the Divi Project, announce something significant to Divi users, as well as to the decentralized financial system as a whole. Their acquisition of a Costa Rica remittances center allows the business to expand into a full-fledged decentralized financial services institute. Nick says that in the near future, people can get themselves a physical Divi crypto credit card. Another significant feature in the pipeline for the acquisition is the ease of access and doing business through single click registrations and transactions.
September 3, 2019
In this episode, Steve talks about the differences between ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ money. Back in the day when people used seashells or beads as payment for goods and services, that was essentially ‘hard’ money. It is pretty funny to think that seashells were traded for commodities, but Steve argues that if a society agrees to accept these as payments to fuel their own economic bubble, then he thinks it is a brilliant and fascinating concept. Steve also commented when you feel there is a never-ending supply of something, such as today’s paper money, then it turns into ‘soft’ currency.
August 27, 2019
The question on everyone's mind do we avoid a recession? Steve dives into the simplified answer to that question. Government and monetary authorities need to increase consumer demand and increase people's ability to purchase and borrow more money. They also need to increase the ability to export goods, and have other countries buying from them. Follow along as Steve goes into detail about these points and more.
August 20, 2019
In spite of the many innovations done in the crypto space, the presence of many pain points cannot be denied. Good thing, companies are fighting to beat issues like this. In this episode, Steve talks to the president and co-founder of Monarch, Robert Beadles. After their invention of the MonarchWallet, which is a one-stop-shop for keeping, buying, and selling around 60 types of cryptocurrency, they are introducing MonarchPay to the market. Entrepreneurs, especially those who offer products with recurring payments, should not miss this illuminating episode.
August 15, 2019
In this episode of Sound Money, Steve McGarry talks about risks versus rewards. Taking risks is indeed a thing; that’s why some people would prefer to avoid risks since it’s safer than action. But most successful entrepreneurs will tell you that they got to the top and reap the rewards because they were willing to take risks no one else did. Steve reminds us that we should stomach some risks and allocate some funds to a little bit more on traditional assets.
August 13, 2019
Steve McGarry sits with Daniel Castagnoli, the CEO, and co-founder of the multi-asset cryptocurrency wallet, Exodus. In this episode, Daniel shares how he and his partner, JP Richardson, came up with the idea of working some technical magic to develop the software wallet. From a handful of people to about fifty at present, Exodus had come a long way to where it is now. Join Steve and Daniel as they discuss what Exodus Wallet is all about. Check out  for more info. 
August 9, 2019
Today, Steve sits down with Sahil Lavingia, CEO of Gumroad-- a platform that allows content creators to do what they love for a living. In this episode, Sahil talks about his 8 years of working on Gumroad including failing to raise money, laying off 75% of his company, building back up and so much more. Steve shares why he’s ecstatic to have Sahil on the show since he talks insights on how startup entrepreneurs do a lot of internal exploration as they do business since it’s part of their identity.
August 7, 2019
In this episode of Sound Money, Steve talks about the difference between accredited and non-accredited investors. Steve shares the advantages of being an accredited investor. The list of benefits includes access to high-yielding assets and consumer protection system. Steve also talks about the difference between accredited and non-accredited investors in terms of lifestyles. Because of the protection system, non-accredited investors often experience a more significant risk of losing their money in gambling and casinos compared to the accredited people. Steve shares that the accreditation system poses a difficult problem for aspiring investors.
August 4, 2019
Steve dives into the importance of having a “quality over quantity” mindset in business. Despite the positive impact of social media, Steve revealed that a hundred loyal supporters are more beneficial for a company than having a thousand followers on Instagram. Steve also shares that it is essential for business owners to develop products and services over producing the same items to maintain customers. Steve shares that a business may lose consumers when the owner drives up the cost for a product. However, the decision allows companies to focus on improving the quality of the service.
August 2, 2019
In this episode of Sound Money, Steve McGarry talks about how happiness fits in a business. Steve reveals how measuring happiness is a difficult task for business owners. However, they can do it by engaging customers in a survey about their products or services. Neoclassical economic theories suggest that a higher income will make people happy. However, Steve notices that the new generation of employees is switching to remote jobs to have quality leisure. Steve talks about the study of Daniel Kahneman and Angus Deaton to support how a higher pay might not improve emotional well-being.
July 25, 2019
In this episode, Steve talks to Molekule Senior Vice President Gaurav Agarwal, who raised the bar in the air purifier market. Gaurav explains how Molekule used nanotechnology to come up with an air purifier capable of destroying pollutants in the molecular scale. With Molekule’s groundbreaking product, Gaurav shares how the startup business transitioned into a successful company. Gaurav also gives us tips on what to look for in potential employees.
July 24, 2019
A lot of employees need to stare at computers and other gadgets all day long, which may damage eyes in the long run. As human beings, we need our eyes in a healthy condition at all times. For this episode, Steve talks with Felix Gray CEO David Roger, who created the Brooklyn-based company dedicated to providing people with a stylish way to protect eyesight. After hearing a lot of his colleagues complain about suffering from eye problems after long hours of work, David came up with a viable solution to help people with their office dilemma.
July 23, 2019
Ministry of Supply CEO Aman Advani talks about how he founded his business attire fashion empire. Six years ago, Aman struggled with work productivity due to uncomfortable clothes. Aman and his co-founders then decided to combine fashion and comfort with simple clothing hacks suitable for business use. Despite his lack of experience in the field of fashion, Aman pursued numerous avenues and overcame failed attempts to provide people with office-appropriate clothing as strong as athletic gear that can help them achieve their goals. Join Steve as he interviews Aman regarding Ministry of Supply’s growth and success.
July 22, 2019
In this episode of the Sound Money Podcast Steve sits down with Alex Song the Founder of DojoMojo. Have you ever heard the saying, “eat your own dog food?” Well, this is exactly how DojoMojo created their business. Learning how to effectively create something that solves a problem that you have is the key to creating something that the market needs. This episode is all about sharing and collaboration in marketing.
July 19, 2019
Steve gets to sit down and talk with Ameen Soleimani, the CEO and developer of SpankChain, an adult entertainment platform that aims to bring cryptocurrency into the mix. Thanks to Ameen’s innovative technology, you’ll be able to pay in cryptocurrency, and allow third parties to participate, as well as SpankBank--it supplies the currency SpankChain offers. In 2019, SpankBank aims to elevate everyone’s overall experience further.
July 18, 2019
Today, Steve sat down with Mark Anstead, one of the contributors to an open source project called the Project Hydro. Mark discusses what this global and decentralized project is about, what do the diverse growing community of developers comprising it are basically doing, and also shared some insights about what's currently happening in the blockchain ecosystem. On this episode, Steve and Mark also tackled about an interesting technology, the ERC-1484, that Mark and his team are implementing.
July 17, 2019
In this episode of Sound Money, Steve caught a few minutes with Alex Adelman, the CEO of the first ever bitcoin rewards application. Starting from a small team of nine people, Alex tells his entrepreneurial journey in making this phenomenal rewards site and browser extension that lets users earn bitcoin whenever they shop online. Join them on this episode as Alex makes an exclusive announcement about a massive partnership on the way.
July 16, 2019
In this podcast episode, Steve had the chance to talk to Blake Hutchison from Flippa. An interesting thing to note is that Blake was a former buyer in Flippa, until he made his way to be their CEO! They both discuss how Flippa allows non accredited investors to reach sellers, as well as be the facilitator in different transactions. Blake’s first-hand experience gives Steve a rundown on how Flippa supports nontraditional investments and so much more.
July 15, 2019
In this episode, Steve sat down with James Alexander, the chief credit officer of Cred, which a global cryptocurrency lending platform that facilitates open access to credit anywhere and anytime. One of the interesting things about Cred is that they provide borrowers the ability to leverage their crypto assets to pull out USD in the form of a loan. In addition to the interview with James, Steve also shared how they discussed on peer-to-peer lending and what's in it in the future.
July 12, 2019
Have you ever encountered bankruptcy? Are you in great need of credit, but your background stops you from doing so? In this podcast, Steve gets to have a talk with the chief architect and CTO of Trust Science, Sanjay. They discuss how the company has created a new platform and how they’re pioneering cutting-edge technology through data gathering to give people the second chance that they deserve. Sanjay talks about how it aims to create a marketplace between service providers and consumers that can determine the trustworthiness of either when making transactions.
July 11, 2019
People always tend to misplace important items in the house, or worst-case scenario, have them stolen. Have you ever experienced robbery or simply forgetting where you left your keys? I’m sure everyone’s familiar with this kind of scenario. In this episode, Steve had the opportunity to talk to the lead scientists and developers of the XYO network, Erik and Graham. They share insights on their state-of-the-art device which lets you put beacons on any household items to pinpoint their exact location using an app. This invention will surely change the lives of millions.
July 10, 2019
Steve sat down with one of PIVX’s global ambassadors to find out how it sets itself apart and what is to come. Standing for Private Instant Verified Transaction, PIVX is intended to be fast, have low transaction fees, and be ridiculously private.  As the first proof-of-stake privacy coin in existence, PIVX is set to launch on the new decentralized private exchange network, ZDEX.  Stay current by following PIVX on all social media or checking out 
July 9, 2019
In this episode, Steve brings in bootstrapping in the scene with Sasha from Swarm. Swarm is a new network that is entirely decentralized, and it makes use of masternodes. It's a great passive income opportunity because masternodes owners get a reward on a daily basis. Great isn't it? Not just that, it's also a new structure that ensures compliance and digital security. Shasha explains excitedly the future of business through this promising network that brings financial security and opportunity in a global perspective.
July 8, 2019
Steve is again excited to present another great technology through this episode of Sound Money. This time, he introduces you to Unstoppable Domains in having your financial transactions. Fortunately, he had the chance to meet Bradley Kam, co-founder of Unstoppable Domains, and he sits with him in this interview. In this first-ever media exposure of Unstoppable Domains, Bradley points out that this product decentralizes the way people own domains, and it tends to change the world of cryptocurrency and freedom. Bradley also enumerates the present and the future offerings of this amazing technology. With this, Steve invites you to open Pandora’s Box through Unstoppable Domains and start making sound money today.  
July 5, 2019
Steve caught a few minutes with Josh from Decred, an autonomous digital currency. As the Asia-Pacific Operations Manager, Josh says Decred has a global community of contributors. The system of community-based governance makes it extremely easy for individuals to get involved.  2019 is sure to be a big year for Decred, including new privacy features and atomic swap technology, so be sure to stay informed at 
July 4, 2019
Not only is he a lead developer for Ravencoin, but Tron Black is also doing big things as the Principal Developer for Medici Ventures. As a serial entrepreneur, Tron credits the 2013 Cyprus bailout deal with turning his attention to money and security.  Ravencoin started as a code fork from Bitcoin, but Tron says they are always adding additional features such as asset management and even a messaging capability in the not so distant future. 
July 3, 2019
Steve caught up with Diego Salazar, a Monero contributor (open-source cryptocurrency) that's passionate about privacy. Diego explains how they are like a decentralized Kickstarter that is open to any and all ideas.  From submitting a proposal to securing funding and bringing an idea to life, Monero recently was able to lower transaction times and fees by 80%.  This unique project thrives on active community engagement so get involved with the next big idea at 
July 2, 2019
Business & Technology; the two pillars of today’s economy. Econ Major, and your host, Steve McGarry is fascinated by this new frontier of leveraging technology to create million dollar companies.  His background of assisting blockchain startups and hyper lean companies gives him the edge needed to ask all the right questions to all the right people.  Steve talks with the biggest and brightest players in this space, then he breaks it down and explains it in ways the rest of us can understand.  Tune in to learn what tools individuals and teams are using, from traditional software to cutting edge blockchain technology, to gain traction with this new way of running an organization. 
July 1, 2019
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