The taxpayers were the real losers of the Super Bowl, as they are every year. This year was particularly egregious, though. What’s in the News with stories on government indoctrination center strip search, civilians killed by the US, cannabis news, a new arms race, death for a pot cookie, and death for defending a home. And, an Ancap Apps segment on a new way to be charitable using cryptocurrency with GiveCrypto. This episode is brought to you by ZenCash, now known as Horizen, a cryptocurrency that infuses privacy, anonymity, and security, done right. Also, brought to you by SmartCash, an easy to use, fast, and secure cryptocurrency that supports everyday use for everyday transactions.


Arthur Blank, owner of the Atlanta Falcons, with his net worth of $4.6 billion which he earned as co-founder of The Home Depot, got a super sweet deal for his new Mercedez-Benz Stadium, site of the 53rd Superbowl this past weekend.




GiveCrypto is a nonprofit that distributes cryptocurrency to people living in poverty. They distribute your cryptocurrency to impact communities and help drive the real-world utility of crypto. Right now, 100% of donated funds go to recipients, so the bang for your crypto buck is tremendous right now.
And GiveCrypto is crazy easy to use. You go to their site at, click the green Donate Crypto button, give your crypto, and they do the rest. They distribute the money directly to those in need. Your donation is completely tax deductible, and they accept Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple, and ZCash.
If you have crypto burning a hole in your pocket, I highly encourage you to give some to GiveCrypto at I gave $100 in Ethereum to this important charity myself, and I challenge all of my listeners to give as well. Every dollar counts.