Today I had the incredible honor to interview Julian Liniger, Co-Founder & CEO of Relai - a Swiss-made Bitcoin app that allows you to buy, sell, DCA, earn and self-custody Bitcoin, catering to users across Europe.

Julian is a truly unique breed of Entrepreneur, with a distinctive blend of education and expertise spanning psychology, business, finance, marketing, and Bitcoin. This unique blend has not only contributed to his personal success but has also played a significant role in driving Relai's accomplishments.

Throughout our conversation, Julian and I delve into various aspects of being a Bitcoin Entrepreneur. We touch on the challenges inherent in managing a Bitcoin-focused company, and Julian elaborates on how his background in psychology has influenced his leadership style as a CEO. Additionally, we explore the evolving regulatory landscape within the Bitcoin space and gain insights into the upcoming developments and features set to enhance the Relai app (hint: ⚡️⚡️⚡️).

Julian's ability to articulate his thoughts in an easily comprehensible manner, coupled with his extensive experience and expertise, make this BitTalk Interview a valuable resource that I hope you'll find beneficial in your own Bitcoin journey.

It was truly an honor to have the opportunity to speak with Julian. As a fellow Bitcoin entrepreneur myself, I gained a wealth of knowledge from our discussions. I only wish I had more time to absorb even more knowledge from him.

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