River is known in the Bitcoin space for many reasons—from being outspoken on Twitter to sharing her technical analysis, River has a significant platform and a large audience in the digital currency community.
For those looking to learn more about River, you are in luck! River was the latest guest on the Bitstocks Podcast.
River shares her journey of holistic health & the power of yoga, and talks about the launch of #Bitcoin’s Got Talent scheduled.
— Bitstocks (@Bitstocks_) January 28, 2021
In episode 31, Bitstocks founder and CEO Michael Hudson talks with River, and the two explore a range of topics. During the podcast, Hudson and River discuss natural health, coronavirus, freedom, yoga, well-being, River’s journey to Bitcoin, River’s vision for Streamanity, some of the Bitcoin ventures that River plays a role in, and what River hopes the Bitcoin industry will look like in 5, 10, and 15 years.
“It was a privilege to have had the chance to spend an hour chatting with Michael Hudson,” said River. “We had many laughs on and off-screen and I’m so grateful to have had the opportunity to share some of my experiences over the past few years. Bitstocks are incredibly professional which is obvious in the end result of the podcast. Looking very much forward to seeing future #consciousconverstations and seeing the message of light spread even further!”
But that’s not all…
The Bitstocks podcast was not River’s only video-appearance in the past few days. River is one of the main judges on Bitcoin’s Got Talent, the very first Bitcoin-based game show where contestants pitch their business ideas to a panel of three judges—River, Isaac Morehouse, and Jack Liu—as well as one guest judge. The judges vote on whether the contestant will go on to the next round, or will get voted off the show, and the grand prize is an all-expenses-paid trip to the next Cambrian SV.
You can watch episode one of Bitcoin’s Got Talent below:
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