Rabbit Hole Stories

In today’s episode, we spoke with Philipp Mattheis, a journalist from Germany who covers society and economy in Asia, China’s influence, and Bitcoin in his work. 

Philipp used to work for many German newspapers and economy magazines. Through his work, he started traveling and seeing the influence of Western economic principles in Asia. 

This interest sparked an idea for a book he published earlier this year and a newsletter where he regularly talks about his latest trips. 

Philipp is the perfect mix between a Bitcoin-centric professional, yet he has enough going on outside the bubble to see how early we still are and what we need to improve. 

You can follow Philipp on his Twitter: https://twitter.com/PhilippMattheis

You can follow us on Twitter (@rabbitholetales), check out our website (https://rabbitholestories.co/), or send us an email (show@rabbitholestories.co)


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Creators & Guests

(ian) QuestioningBitcoin?
Rabbit Hole Stories Podcast Host @rabbitholetales https://t.co/KMwwtCfjWLHashing out Bitcoin one question at a time.#Bitcoin #podcast
Joël Kai Lenz
✍️ I'm often creating content about Bitcoin and the Internet 💙⚡️ Content @relai_app 📲 Host @rabbitholetales
Philipp Mattheis
Journalist, Bestseller-Autor: @djsde @weltreporter. Neues Buch: "Die dreckige Seidenstraße - Wie Chinas Wirtschaftspolitik Staaten untergräbt"

What is Rabbit Hole Stories?

🎙️ This podcast is about ple₿'s and their Bitcoin Rabbit Hole Stories.

We're interested to hear all the different reasons someone got on board. You'll often hear different opinions, discussions, and topics. However, we all have one thing in common.

Making the world a better place with Bitcoin 🧡