The Shepheard Walwyn Podcast

Dominic Frisby Part 4 - Getting robbed, crypto, and taxation

April 26, 2022

Welcome to the final instalment of the Dom Frisby interview.  In this conversation we discuss the challenges facing governments around the world and the rise of what some call the “Sovereign individual” also known as the digital nomad.

We consider the implications of increasing government spending with reduced tax revenues.

We look at what countries can do to maintain or even increase tax revenue when those who generate the most (taxable) income can move between borders seemingly at will to avoid them. This then leads us to a discussion of crypto currencies.

Dom was an early adopter in the space writing what I believe was the first book on bitcoin with a major publisher.  In spite of this, we find out why Dom isn’t worth hundreds of millions of dollars today (even though his investments should be). It’s a heart breaker!

We then finish with what Dom is working on now - essentially an innovative audio experience/musical book and a new way to for him to help investors.

Here’s the time stamps:

1.30      What is the problem with government spending and taxation for companies and soon to be sovereign individuals?

11.30   Writing the first book on Bitcoin with a major publisher.

13.20   What’s Dom’s current perspective on crypto?

14.50   Why isn’t Dom a gazillionaire even though he was an early investor in bitcoin?  

16.00   What are Dom’s current projects? A new audio genre and an investor newsletter.

 

We hope you have enjoyed this series of podcasts with Dom Frisby.

Be sure to check out the links on this podcast. Check out Dom’s material on Amazon here.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/kindle-dbs/entity/author/B00G4A3MM8?

His free YT channel is here.

https://www.youtube.com/c/MoneyandMarketswithDominicFrisby

Be sure to check out Dom’s comedy here.

https://www.youtube.com/user/Frizzers

and his new subscription service on gold, crypto and other investment ideas.

https://frisby.substack.com/

 

Until next time, keep thinking!

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