Preston Pysh talks with energy executive, Shaun Connell. They discuss how Bitcoin strengthens the grid and acts as a buffer to consume surplus baseload energy generation.
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN:
– How Bitcoin first got into Shaun’s life as an energy executive.
– What was the reaction of most energy company executives that are learning about Bitcoin?
– How fast is Bitcoin being adopted into the grid’s infrastructure?
– How does Bitcoin impact the bottom line for energy companies?
– How does Bitcoin impact the energy grid’s stability? – How policymakers understand the advantages of Bitcoin mining.
– How energy prices may impact the value of Bitcoin moving forward.
– What’s the momentum for adding Bitcoin into the energy sector’s asset mix?
– As the price runs, does it become harder for the physical hardware infrastructure to capture the margins?
Be well, Everyone.
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