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In this episode, Dave and Grahm cover the news: shadow banking, Binance's spinoff company and explaining Bitcoin to your dad. Then they talk with the myth, the legend, the Texan, Dan Held. They discuss Held's recent essay on Bitcoin's Security, the halving and what is Bitcoin's best use case (store of value or payments).ResourcesNews:How to Explain Bitcoin to Your Dad on Father's Day: An InfographicBinance To Launch Regulation-Complaint Spinoff SiteShadow Banking Explained: How Crypto Companies Make Money In the DarkDan Held Interview:Bitcoin's Security Is Fine by Dan HeldFriedrich Hayek & The Nobel PrizeSam Patt's tweet on Bitcoin Not Built Primarily as a store of valueDan's Infamous tweet: #Bitcoin: Too ExpensiveTwitter:Bitcoin MagazineThe LTB NetworkDan HeldDaveGrahmThis episode is also on:iTunesGoogle PlaySpotifyYoutubeCheck out more Bitcoin Magazine Podcast episodes!
The concept of a decentralized exchange has been a holy grail in the cryptocurrency space for many years. Many attempts have been made, but most decentralized exchanges suffered from central points of failure, poor user experience and little liquidity.Launched during Ethereum's DevCon 2018, Uniswap is one of the first fully decentralized exchanges and managed to become the leading DEX very fast. We were joined by Uniswap Founder Hayden Adams to discuss Uniswap's unique model, the different participants in the protocol and the importance of decentralized exchanges for the blockchain space.Topics discussed in this episode:How Hayden's exploratory project to learn smart contract development took off and became UniswapHow Uniswap works and its different participantsThe advantage of using auctions instead of order booksThe role of liquidity providers in UniswapFeedback loops that can make Uniswap markets popular or collapseThe challenging economics of liquidity sharesAddressing Arthur Hayes' criticism of decentralized exchangesWhy Uniswap didn't create a tokeneconomic monetization modelLinks mentioned in this episode: Uniswap Exchange ProtocolUniswap WhitepaperUniswap: Getting Started & DocumentationUnisocks Exchange[Distributed 2018: Presentation about Decentralized Exchanges by Arthur Hayes (BitMEX)]( (arthur hayes))Buidl Asia 2019 Conference in Seoul, Korea on July 22-23HackAtom Seoul on July 19-21Sponsors: Azure: Deploy enterprise-ready consortium blockchain networks that scale in just a few clicksTrail of Bits: Trust the team at the forefront of blockchain security researchSupport the show, consider donating: BTC: 1CD83r9EzFinDNWwmRW4ssgCbhsM5bxXwg ( 1M4dvWxjL5N9WniNtatKtxW7RcGV73TQTd ( 0x8cdb49ca5103Ce06717C4daBBFD4857183f50935 ( episode is hosted by Brian Fabian Crain & Sunny Aggarwal. Show notes and listening options:
Chuck and Danny from The Crypto Show stopped by to chat with Josh and myself. The show has been on the air since 2013 and has made an impact beyond just entertainment. They have helped feed the homeless in Austin, assisted with Hurricane Harvey relief, and were on-hand to help those affected by earthquakes in Mexico.We ask them who their most interesting guests have been over the years and their thoughts on the future of crypto-currency and Facebook coin. Thank you to our sponsors,, &! About the Guests:Danny Sessoms is a Central Texas entrepreneur that not only accepts bitcoin for services but actively encourages other business's to do so as well. After realizing the joke called the political system was not designed to help anyone, bitcoin was easily realized as an actual form of activism. As cohost and creative director Danny mixes various pro liberty topics with the ideas of decentralized technologies.Chuck enjoys researching, understanding, and evangelizing the convergence of technology, economics, & philosophy in cryptocurrency & blockchains. He executes these activities as co-host of The Crypto Show (, as an advisor to blockchain/software projects, and orchestrating software product implementations with the Equa Start ( team.If you like this content, please send a tip with BTC to: 1444meJi7YjgQGNg3U8Z6qYZFA5cgz4GmjMore Info: TatianaMoroz.comCryptoMediaHub.comTheCryptoShow.comFriends and Sponsors of the ShowVaultoro.comSaltLending.comBlocktap.ioProof of Love
Interview location: LondonInterview date: Tuesday 11th Jun, 2019Company: CasaRole: FounderOne of the hardest things to define is what Bitcoin is. Is it digital gold, a medium of exchange or an entirely new financial system? As people continue to fight on Reddit about whether Satoshi built Bitcoin as a store of value or a medium of exchange, would he have envisaged Microsoft would create decentralised IDs using the protocol?As Bitcoin continues to evolve, it is becoming more apparent that the protocol has the potential to be much more than just money, even more than a new financial system. Bitcoin could change our entire relationship with the Internet, each other and our governments.I met with Jeremy to discuss the Tweetstorm he published addressing threats to the ad tech industry. I wrote about something similar, the decentralised threat to advertising, the common thread being the growth of data farming by silicon valley behemoths eroding our privacy. Jeremy identified that Bitcoin has changed the game, creating an imperative for Bitcoiners to protect their privacy. Other large companies are recognising this too, not just Microsoft with their decentralised IDs, but now Apple is stepping up their game with their new privacy-focused login functions. What is clear is that privacy is now in demand and becoming a tool for competition.In this interview, we quickly moved beyond ad tech and discussed how Bitcoin changes everything, a civilisation change and we may be just scratching the surface. The impact on the Internet and society at large could be profound, killing the freemium web model and giving users much more control over their data and online relationships.This episode is also on:iTunesYoutubeStitcherGoogle PlayTuneIn
Mariano Conti is an Argentine developer for MakerDAO. He works as the head of Oracles for the MakerDAO system, and receives his paycheck in Dai. Mariano takes David and Christian though his experiences using crypto out of necessity, rather than speculation. David and Christian ask Mariano to compare using Bitcoin vs using Dai as a money for his own personal finances. We also discuss how Mariano leverages Ethereum applications such as DYDX to earn interest on his capital. Mariano Conti on Twitter: @NanexcoolPlease rate and share the podcast!You can find us @POVCryptopod on Twitter.David Hoffman on Twitter and Medium @TrustlessStateChristian Keroles on Twitter @ck_SNARKsSend Bitcoin: 3P1kkSBdsc2vPWXin3h6bdVeTS4BzXdNG1Send Ether: 0xa6daaa2c423e72f7a248e1642b0b0151a0ce3778
Edgeware is Polkadot's first smart contracting parachain. Co-founder Dillon Chen and I dive deep into the project and discuss:What is Edgeware and how is it related to Polkadot?Why is Edgeware building on Substrate?How does Edgeware think about governance?Lockdrop vs. airdrop vs. merkle mineSupport the show:Pay with Dai hereBTC: 3EFSLnPpme6Lo6DynN1bVV9owooueFvEmJETH: 0xdec40AA30B9C562aB4b839529BfC290C1B5Da61EHost: Jason Choi (@MrJasonChoi).Note: Spartan is an investor in Ampleforth.Resources:Ampleforth websiteRelay node newsletter (Asia crypto events)Libsyn linkApple PodcastStitcherSpotifyIntro music by Phortissimo.Disclaimer: Jason Choi is an investor at Spartan Capital, the hedge fund arm of The Spartan Group. All opinions expressed by Jason and podcast guests are solely their own opinions and do not reflect the opinion of The Spartan Group and any of its subsidiaries and personnel. This podcast is for information purposes only and should not be relied upon as a basis for investment decisions. The Spartan Group and its clients may hold positions in assets described in the episode. Detailed disclaimers available at and
On June 21st, the Financial Action Task Force otherwise known as the FATF an international agency will publish a report with recommendations to local governments on how to handle cryptos, exchanges, and other related businesses.You can find all episodes of the show by visiting INFOEmail Gary at TheCryptoCousins@gmail.comMessage me at a voice comment at 817-476-0660MY SOCIAL MEDIA'S PODCASTS Channel LINKSThe best Bitcoin Book‚ to Alexa Flash Briefings‚ a Binance Account‚ $10 in Bitcoin free at Coinbase‚ Trezor Wallet‚ Clothing & Gear‚https://CryptoCrybaby.comGary is available to keynote or emcee your Bitcoin/Crypto event. Please email for additional info.DISCLAIMER: This article should not be taken as is, and is not intended to provide, investment advice.
On Todays Episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin...Join Andreas M. Antonopoulos, Stephanie Murphy, Jonathan Mohan and Adam B. Levine for part two of our two-part discussion (listen to part 1 here) with bitcoin developers Sipa (Dr. Pieter Wuille) and Jonas Nick on Tapscript, batch verifiability, signature aggregation, OPSUCCESS, and more.Later, Adam and's Alex Gladstein sit down with Nigerian Bitcoin User Timi in the second of our new interview series focused on international perspectives, and what really matters.Subscribe to Let's Talk Bitcoin! (Show Only) via your favorite platform or podcast app...Already subscribed? Leave a review on your favorite platform!Apple Podcasts Podcasts Options: (Breaker, Overcast, Pocketcasts, PodBean, RadioPublic, Stitcher, Anchor & more)http://ltbshow.comSupport the Show!Sponsored by: www.Edge.appTip LTB:1FZGD64BA7B9GdwDhGGGF92amt9X6VH38Kor Via the Lightning Network at to everyone who participated in the LTB Shirts project, we've put it on hold for the time being but may revisit it in the future. If you are interested in purchasing a LTB shirt, email adam@letstalkbitcoin.comImage Credit: for listening to this episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin, content for today's show was provided by Stephanie , Adam , Jonathan, Andreas, Sipa, Jonas, Alex and Timi.This episode was edited by Steven and Adam. This episode featured music by Jared Rubens and General Fuzz.Send questions or comments to
In this episode, Dave and Grahm talk with Leo Weese, a Bitcoiner and statistician living in Hong Kong about the anti-extradition bill protests that have been escalating over the past week. Leo explains why Hong Kong isn't already under mainland China's rule as well as how serious of an infringement this bill could be on the rights of the citizens of Hong Kong and foreign nationals passing through the city. He gives tips for safe and private communication, and how Bitcoin is regulated in Hong Kong. Interview Resources:Hong Kong's Leader, Yielding to Protests, Suspends Extradition BillFugitives Offender And Legal Mutual Assistance In Criminal Matters Legislation (Amendment) Bill 2019Twitter:Leo WeeseBitcoin MagazineGrahmDave
The other day, an interesting post crossed my path on "Crypto Twitter." This guy was super excited about receiving his Coinmine, a device I was not familiar with. It appeared to be a plug-and-play multi-purpose GPU miner and Bitcoin/Lightning Network full node. And it looked pretty. I was intrigued. I started investigating the product, and quickly discovered that Coinminer's headquarters is right here in Los Angeles. And that's how my interview with Farbood Nivi, CEO and co-founder of Coinmine, was conceived.I hadn't really considered multi-purpose devices such as a Coinmine, which currently can mine Ethereum, Monero, Zcash and Grin. It's not hard to imagine that future incarnations of this product could bring full Bitcoin/Lightning nodes and speculative Cryptocurrency mining to many new mainstream people who are willing to pay a premium for this level of simplicity. Could cloud-controlled plug-and-play devices theoretically give a centralized party too much control over a lot of miners? Please comment below if you have thoughts!After arranging this interview, Coinmine offered me a $50 discount for listeners, which can be claimed using the discount code BitcoinGame at checkout, or going to this URL: The Bitcoin Game will receive a referral fee for purchases using this code, however, that did not influence the content of this episode. Before purchasing, please consider electricity usage in addition to the cost of the miner itself, and note that Bitcoin and Lightning Network features are not active yet.EPISODE LINKSCoinminehttps://coinmine.comFarbood on Twitter co-founder Justin Lamberthttp://www.justlambert.comRadeon RX580 Node's mining article on Hacker Noon Financehttps://compound.financeSTAY IN TOUCHThanks so much for taking the time to listen to The Bitcoin Game! upcoming Bitcoin2019 conference is taking place on June 25 and 26 in San Francisco. There's an amazing line-up of, literally, some of the biggest names in Bitcoin. Go to now and claim a 25-percent discount with promo code BG25.Bitcoin2019Conference.comCREDITSAll music in this episode of The Bitcoin Game was created by Rob Mitchell.The Bitcoin Game box art was created from an illustration by Rock Barcellos.Bitcoin (Segwit) tipping address:3AYvXZseExRn3Dum8z9tFUk9jtQK6KMU4gLightning Network tipping: We've migrated our RSS feed (and primary content host) from Soundcloud to Libsyn. So if you noticed the Soundcloud numbers aren't nearly as high as they used to be, that's the reason.
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