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
Rating
25

Comments

  • 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

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    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.

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      Stephen B.

      18 7 2018 00:48

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      I think that is unfair (if you intended it to be taken seriously). Politicians speak well but say nothing. John speaks well and knows precisely what he is talking about. In fact, he is so good at explaining things that he could have his own TV show.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.