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Valuing Bitcoin Using Credit Default Swaps With Greg Foss

In this episode of “Fed Watch,” Greg Foss discussed credit default swaps, central banks and the futures of debt and bitcoin.Watch This Episode On YouTubeListen To This Episode:AppleSpotifyGoogleLibsynOvercastIn this episode of Bitcoin Magazine’s “Fed Watch” podcast, Christian Keroles and Ansel Lindner spoke with ​Greg Foss, who “has a 30-year history in banks, bonds and the credit markets as a whole. His insights around Bitcoin and the state of the banking industry and the global economy are amazing,” according to an online biography. Foss is the second Canadian guest in the last three episodes, and “Fed Watch” is bringing great North American bitcoiners with unique perspectives on to discuss all aspects of how bitcoin is meeting the challenges of entering the central-bank-dominated financial world.In this conversation, the hosts learned a little bit about Foss’ background in banking. He began his career in 1988 working for the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) where he quickly realized it was insolvent due to its exposure to the Latin American financial crisis. He went on to work for and found many influential financial firms in Canada over the next 30 years, until he found bitcoin in 2016. The reason “Fed Watch” wanted to host Foss is due to his interesting valuation thesis for bitcoin, which you can find on the website linked above. It centers around bitcoin as portfolio insurance for fixed income investors. From this episode, the listener will get a master class on credit default swap (CDS) spreads and pricing.Today, the …
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