TPB82 – A Snapshot of Hyperinflation in Lebanon with Ahmed Klink

“Every day, fiat currency buys you a little bit less Bitcoin.” – Ahmed

My guest today is Ahmed Klink. Ahmed is Co-Founder and Partner at Manhattan based BIPOC & Women-owned creative company Sunday Afternoon, which also supports Bitcoin brands like Zeus. Born in Lebanon and later moving to France, then the U.S., Ahmed discusses the currency crisis in Lebanon, his family history and perspectives in Lebanon before and after hyperinflation and currency collapse, the role of Bitcoin in global sound money adoption, and the importance of creative design and branding in the Bitcoin space. We explore the potential of Bitcoin as a store of value, better money and its impact on the future of money.

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