Gold – John Butler

Published on
14 January, 2016
Topic
Financial System, Gold, Monetary policy
Duration
30 minutes
Asset class
Currencies, Crypto-currencies

Gold – John Butler

Featuring John Butler

John Butler, VP and Head of Wealth Services at Goldmoney, looks to the future of hard currencies in a discussion on the possible technological advancements such as cryptocurrencies that would allow monetary policy to move towards a gold-backed system.

Published on
14 January, 2016
Topic
Financial System, Gold, Monetary policy
Duration
30 minutes
Asset class
Currencies, Crypto-currencies
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  • PR

    Paolo R.

    28 5 2017 16:13

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    Mr. Butler is an amazing person and very knowledgable. I've been a Goldmoney client for awhile and have had no issues.. I love saving in Gold and the piece of mind that my time and labor is stored in a tangible asset that hold it's value it priceless..

    Thank you John Butler and the Goldmoney TEAM

  • MS

    Matt S.

    11 11 2016 18:01

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    I don't trust this man; he has the mannerisms of a politician. Has a few good points but are they exclusively his? I doubt it. Wouldn't surprise me to see him being investigated by the SEC a few years from now, hehe.

  • BL

    Brian L.

    29 4 2016 15:41

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    Good interview. Butler vs Dent would be interesting.

  • KH

    Kevin H.

    27 1 2016 16:07

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    Strongly agree with Kirk. Have watched the past few interviews which Ned-Naylor-Leyland conducted. He is such a terrible interviewer. Please have him changed.

  • MC

    Mike C.

    16 1 2016 21:12

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    Bitcoin addresses this already, just a lot better and proven of course. We'll let you put gold ownership on the Bitcoin blockchain....the one and only true blockchain.

  • KB

    Kirk B.

    16 1 2016 18:15

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    Good interviwee; awful interviewer.
    Rathet than just leading the conversation, the interviewer babbles on, making the conversation unnecessarily confusing.

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    mary a.

    16 1 2016 02:09

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    I am old enough to remember Banker's Acceptances which he alluded to. Funnily he seems to be describing an electronic based returned to BA's.; only the 'banks' aren't in the middle.

  • RA

    Ricardo A.

    15 1 2016 09:43

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    This gentleman was too "corporate", didn't come across to me as unbiased and independent thinking

  • JS

    John S.

    15 1 2016 00:04

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    I reiterate Gary's recommendation to view the BitGold presentation. Very interesting development in the gold space

  • GR

    Gregory R.

    14 1 2016 21:05

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    Be aware that BitCoin and BitGold have nothing in common but their name. Also, to understand the practicality of BitGold view their payment tutorials on YouTube.

  • GR

    Gregory R.

    14 1 2016 20:45

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    RV should interview Roy Sebag. BitGold is a pivotal development as it represents the return of commodity money on a global basis. Its interface with fiat is a beautiful idea.

  • GC

    Gary C.

    14 1 2016 18:41

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    Bar none best discussion of bit gold "Gold's Role in FinTech & The Future of Money" by Roy Sebag & Josh Crumb @ Precious Metals Summit 2015,found at gowebcasting.com. Why yes, I do sing in the choir

  • GC

    Gary C.

    14 1 2016 18:21

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    Real Bills doctrine.."short term credit self extinguishing, used only for productive, worthy investments" So the Wall streeters, carry traders will revert back to crow bars for leverage.....

  • BM

    B. M.

    14 1 2016 16:43

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    Raoul's bitcoin and Grant's gold in a financial marriage

  • EL

    Elizabeth L.

    14 1 2016 16:11

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    Thank you for bringing on board a bit gold discussion. Always keeping us on the leading edge of financial developments.

  • GG

    Guillermo G.

    14 1 2016 15:13

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    John always makes the confusion and fuzziness of the world economy past and present, to come about in a clear and easy way to understand. Quite a sharp mind indeed.