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Location: SkypeDate: Tuesday, 14th JanuaryProject: The Stephan Livera PodcastRole: HostWelcome to the Beginner's Guide to Bitcoin:Bitcoin can be intimidating for beginners. The protocol is complicated, the community can be aggressive and unforgiving, silly mistakes can lose you money, and it is easy to succumb to altcoin marketing. Bitcoin does though, offer you the opportunity to hold a new type of monetary asset, one which can't be seized by the government and is censorship resistance and It has the potential to change the way the world. The goal of What Bitcoin Did has always been about making things simple; there are no stupid questions, and the show is here to help beginners navigate this new world. To kick off 2020, we are launching a special series to help beginners understand Bitcoin. We will be looking at the basics from breaking down the protocol to explaining the economics and discussing the potential societal shift. Beginners Guide Part 4 - What is Bitcoin with Stephan LiveraDespite being considered a high-risk asset, there are many reasons why people continue to buy Bitcoin. For some, Bitcoin is a speculative tool, for others, it is a means of payment, and for some, it is a hedge against local fiat currency risk and hyperinflation. It is the unique features of Bitcoin, which is driving adoption, and it is the growth in adoption, which is driving speculation. One key feature of Bitcoin is that it is censorship-resistant, this means that anyone can send anyone else a payment which no third party can block. This was important to Wikileaks when PayPal froze their account and Visa and Mastercard stopped processing payments. Bitcoin became a lifeline for Wikileaks.The key features of Bitcoin are open to everyone. With a smartphone and an internet connection, anyone can enter this new financial system without requiring permission from the government or an account with a bank. How is this possible? Because Bitcoin is decentralised.So what makes Bitcoin censorship resistant? What is decentralisation, and why does it matter? And why are trusted third parties security holes?In Part 4 of The Bitcoin Beginner's Guide, I ask fellow podcaster Stephan Livera, what is Bitcoin? We discuss how Bitcoin works, its key features such as decentralisation and censorship resistance and the reasons why people might want to own it.
Lee claims that Bitcoin will shine largely in part to increase geopolitical risk, notably a potential war looming between the US and Iran, and the fact that nearly all global economies are hanging by a thread, printing money to only further put off an inevitable market collapse.CONTACT INFOEmail me at TheCryptoCousins@gmail.comMessage me at https://Facebook.com/msg/GaryLelandLeave a voice comment at 817-476-0660YouTube Channelhttps://YouTube.com/CryptoCousinshttps://YouTube.com/4MinuteCryptoSUPPORThttps://Patreon.com/CryptoCousinshttps://4MinuteCrypto.com/DonateGary is available to keynote or emcee your Bitcoin/Crypto event. Please email GaryLeland@gmail.com for additional info.DISCLAIMER: This article should not be taken as is, and is not intended to provide, investment advice.
Yan Pritzker, author of Inventing Bitcoin and cofounder/CTO of Swan Bitcoin, joins me to talk about his background, the money red pill that bitcoin serves up to us, bitcoin tech and his book.Citizen Bitcoin on TwitterCitizen Bitcoin PodcastCitizen Bitcoin Lightning ShopCitizen Bitcoin Layer One merch collectionMusic: Moon in the Sky by HobotekLinks from the episode:Inventing BitcoinYan on TwitterGiveBitcoin
On this episode of Proof of Love, Tatiana Moroz and Dr. Stephanie Murphy chat with Edward Vilga. Edward creates breakthrough wellness experiences in books, bodies, and bank accounts. He is the best selling author of seventeen books, DVDs, and online courses.His work has been featured in People Magazine and Oprah's O magazine along with TV shows such as Live with Kelly, CBS' Early Show, and over 100 other publications. Edward's DVDs have been downloaded and viewed over 1 million times.Edward gives us some great insights into the world of yoga, meditation, and finance. We discuss money, as it can be a taboo subject in relationships and how couples can communicate more effectively on the subject. He gives some tips on facing fears when dealing with finances and the positive effects that yoga and meditation can have on your financial well-being.About the Guests:Edward Vilga creates breakthrough wellness experiences in Books, Bodies, and Bank Accounts for a global audience. He consults with corporations and other businesses interested in moving into the Wellness Market.Edward is the author of 17 bestselling books, DVDs and online courses.Over 50,000 students are enrolled in his online courses including 'A YEAR TO GET RICH WITH PURPOSE' on DailyOM.His most recent book hit #1 in 'New Thought' on Amazon.Edward recently created a Meditation of the Month Club on his website EdwardVilga.com that's absolutely FREE.You can follow him @EdwardVilga on Instagram and @EdwardVilgaIndustries on Facebook.Do you have a burning question, or a show idea for us? Please email us at tatiana@proofoflovecast.com!Thank you to our sponsors Vaultoro and Celsius.https://celsius.network/get-the-app/ use code LOVEhttp://www.vaultoro.gold/tatiana/Remember, this is a new show, so if you like it, please be sure to tell 3 friends! Leave a good review on Itunes, and be sure to follow us on our socials!*You have been listening to Proof of Love. This show may contain adult content, language, and humor and is intended for mature audiences. If that's not you, please stop listening. Nothing you hear on Proof of Love is intended as financial advice, legal advice, therapy or really, anything other than entertainment. Take everything you hear with a grain of salt. Oh, and if you're hearing to us on an affiliate network, the ideas and views expressed on this show, are not necessarily of the those of the network you are listening on, or of any sponsors or any affiliate products you may hear about on the show.
Location: SkypeDate: Thursday, 9th JanuaryProject: Bitcoin MagazineRole: Technical EditorWelcome to the Beginner's Guide to Bitcoin:Bitcoin can be intimidating for beginners. The protocol is complicated, the community can be aggressive and unforgiving, silly mistakes can lose you money, and it is easy to succumb to altcoin marketing. Bitcoin does though, offer you the opportunity to hold a new type of monetary asset, one which can't be seized by the government and is censorship resistance and It has the potential to change the way the world. The goal of What Bitcoin Did has always been about making things simple; there are no stupid questions, and the show is here to help beginners navigate this new world. To kick off 2020, we are launching a special series to help beginners understand Bitcoin. We will be looking at the basics from breaking down the protocol to explaining the economics and discussing the potential societal shift. Beginners Guide Part 3 - Aaron van Wirdum on Bitcoin's Pre-History and the CypherpunksFounded by Eric Hughes, Tim May and John Gilmore the cypherpunks were a group of hackers, privacy enthusiasts and crypto-anarchists. The group consisted of some of the most prominent cryptographers including Phil Zimmermann, Adam Back, Nick Szabo and Hal Finney. The cypherpunks had its factions; some focussed on privacy tools, others on encryption and some on building decentralised monetary systems. It was on the cypherpunk mailing list and during their meetups that the building blocks of Bitcoin were born. On October 31st 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto emailed the cypherpunk mailing list, telling them "I've been working on a new electronic cash system that's fully peer-to-peer, with no trusted third party." In the 11 years that followed Bitcoin has proven to be the most successful attempt at creating a censorship-resistant and trust minimised digital currency.Each previous attempt at creating a form of digital money had solved parts of the puzzle, but Satoshi was able to put these pieces together along with his innovations to create Bitcoin. The previous attempts included:In the 1990's eCash, headed by David Chaum, attempted to make online payments anonymous.In 1997 Adam Back created HashCash, a proof-of-work system to reduce email spam and prevent denial of service attacks. In 1998 Wei Dai proposed B-money to allow for an "anonymous, distributed electronic cash system". Around the same time, Nick Szabo proposed Bit Gold where unforgettable proof of work chains would share properties of gold: scarce, valuable and trust minimised but with the benefit of being easily transactable. In 2004 Hal Finney built upon the idea of Hashcash and created Reusable Proofs of Work. When Satoshi released the Bitcoin whitepaper, rather than a revolution, Bitcoin was an evolution of all that had come before it with Bitcoin being the most trust minimised, censorship-resistant and hardest currency that has ever existed.In Part 3 of The Bitcoin Beginner's Guide, I talk to Aaron van Wirdum, a journalist and Technical Editor at Bitcoin Magazine. Aaron explains the cypherpunk movement and the digital money projects which paved the way for Bitcoin.
Host Tom Shaughnessy leads a roundtable discussion with Yan Liberman (co-founder of Delphi Digital), Phil Bonello (former Head of Research at Ikigai), and David Puell (Head of Research at Adaptive Capital). They discuss the difficulties of crypto valuation, productive vs. unproductive assets, the differences between some projects, and more.Key PointsIt is very difficult to establish any intrinsic valuation of cryptocurrencies.Many strategies for short-term growth do not lead to long-term stability or sustainability.Tracking cryptocurrency growth and valuation has gotten more difficult as more transactions move off-chain.Episode HighlightsYan feels the token economy is the high-level understanding of the token structure, how the token accrues value, and how the token interacts within the ecosystem.Phil categorizes assets as either productive or unproductive.David thinks about the token economy in a way that includes game theory.Exchange tokens need to accrue value while also being a usable asset.The industry still relies heavily on operating in relation to the cost of Bitcoin, so it's almost impossible to establish the fundamental value of anything.The 'œburn model' is not effective to extrapolate an intrinsic value.The 'œvelocity problem' is that the more use of a currency there is, the less value it holds in the long term. Bitcoin avoids it by having a scarcity model.Maker tokens work as an incentive, but it requires considerable growth to outpace the burn rate.Now there is a token that you can use as collateral for synthetic assets, as a way to bootstrap your way to a sustainable value.It isn't possible to make future projections without enough historical data of crypto value.Diversification and differentiation are big problems in crypto.At Ikigai, Phil didn't avoid trading assets with low valuation but wanted to approach all trades with a full understanding of the function and model of the assets.Most agree that Bitcoin halvening is a bullish move.For Yan, it's easy to say that a number of projects shouldn't be in the top ten, but harder to say what should be in the top ten that isn't.Resources Mentioned:Delphi Digital's ResearchTom Shaughnessy TwitterYan Liberman on TwitterPhil Bonello TwitterPhil Bonello's blogDavid Puell TwitterSponsors:Check out eToro to Create Your Perfect Crypto PortfolioDelphi Digital's ResearchVisit Delta Exchange For A $10 Welcome Bonus!To help support the show, please hit the subscribe button on iTunes so we can keep bringing you episodes like these!To access the insights package of Delphi's leading crypto research, visit DelphiDigital.io on your device and sign up using coupon code CHAINREACTIONDisclosures: This podcast is strictly informational and educational and is not investment advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any tokens or securities or to make any financial decisions. Do not trade or invest in any project, tokens, or securities based upon this podcast episode. The host may personally own tokens that are mentioned on the podcast. Tom Shaughnessy owns tokens in ETH, BTC, XTZ, STX, SNX, RUNE, sUSD and HNT. Lets Talk Bitcoin is a distribution partner for the Chain Reaction Podcast, and our current show features paid sponsorships which may be featured at the start, middle and/or the end of the episode. These sponsorships are for informational purposes only and are not a solicitation to use any product or service.
Two coastal villages in El Salvador are living out the dream that many Bitcoiners envision: a circular bitcoin economy for those who have been ignored by the traditional banking system. On this episode of Weekly Bits, Peter is joined by staff writer Colin Harper to discuss his latest cover story on Bitcoin Beach, the program that is putting sats in the hands of those who need them with noteworthy success.ResourcesIn El Salvador, Bitcoin Is Becoming a Standard - Bitcoin MagazineTwitterBitcoin MagazinePeter ChawagaColin Harper
Sources suggest that Twitter is looking to add a tipping function. Given Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey's repeated appraisals of Bitcoin, it would come as something of a surprise if a future Twitter tipping service didn't use Bitcoin in some capacity.CONTACT INFOEmail me at TheCryptoCousins@gmail.comMessage me at https://Facebook.com/msg/GaryLelandLeave a voice comment at 817-476-0660YouTube Channelhttps://YouTube.com/CryptoCousinshttps://YouTube.com/4MinuteCryptoSUPPORThttps://Patreon.com/CryptoCousinshttps://4MinuteCrypto.com/DonateGary is available to keynote or emcee your Bitcoin/Crypto event. Please email GaryLeland@gmail.com for additional info.DISCLAIMER: This article should not be taken as is, and is not intended to provide, investment advice.
TTS Ep. 240 Scott Horton

TTS Ep. 240 Scott Horton

2020-01-1500:49:12

Amidst the controversy surrounding U.S. and Iran tensions, I invited back to #TheTatianaShow foreign policy expert and king of anti-war news Scott Horton to discuss the current state of affairs. In his usual style, Scott eviscerates the narrative peddled by the mainstream media and Washington's warmongers.As most Americans believe history started on 9-11, Scott debunks the tired tropes and myths surrounding the terror war and gives us some real background into the Middle East and American relations such as:How Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan kicked off the interventions during the Soviet-Afghan war in the 1980's and the arming and funding of Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaeda.Why Bill Clinton's brutal sanctions of Iraq and stationing troops in Arabia were the direct reasons Bin Laden gave for his attack on the towers on 9-11.How George W. Bush's disastrous war in Iraq helped lead to the rise of the Islamic state, Barack Obama's funding and arming of Al Qaeda in Syria and Libya in an attempt to contain Iranian influence, and how Donald Trump continues backing the radical Sunni jihadists in the Saudi war against Yemen.Scott also gives his keen insight into the current issues of the day as only he can and answers the questions:What was the real reason behind Soleimani being in Iraq and was he there on a peace mission with the Saudis?Does Trump truly want war with Iran or is he doing the bidding of the neoconservatives?Why are young people so easily propagandized into going to war and what can the right wing of America do to hold Trump to his promise to bring the troops home?About the Guests:Scott Horton is the author of Fool's Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan, FoolsErrand.us, managing director of the Libertarian Institute at LibertarianInstitute.org, editorial director of Antiwar.com, host of Antiwar Radio on Pacifica, 90.7 FM KPFK in Los Angeles and KUCR 88.3 in Riverside, California and podcasts the Scott Horton Show from this website.In 2007, Horton won the Austin Chronicle's "Best of Austin" award for his Iraq war coverage on Antiwar Radio. He's conducted more than 5,000 interviews since 2003.His articles have appeared at Antiwar.com The American Conservative, the History News Network, The Future of Freedom, The National Interest and the Christian Science Monitor, and he contributed a chapter to the 2019 book, The Impact of War.He is a fan of, but no relation to the lawyer from Harper's.Scott lives in Austin, Texas with his wife, investigative reporter Larisa Alexandrovna Horton.More Info:TatianaMoroz.comCryptoMediaHub.comhttps://original.antiwar.com/scott/2020/01/05/iraq-war-iv/https://www.antiwar.com/https://libertarianinstitute.org/https://scotthorton.org/https://foolserrand.us/Friends and Sponsors of the Show:etoro.comVaultoro.goldProof of Love*You have been listening to the Tatiana Show. This show may contain adult content, language, and humor and is intended for mature audiences. If that's not you, please stop listening. Nothing you hear on The Tatiana Show is intended as financial advice, legal advice, or really, anything other than entertainment. Take everything you hear with a grain of salt. Oh, and if you're hearing to us on an affiliate network, the ideas and views expressed on this show, are not necessarily of the those of the network you are listening on, or of any sponsors or any affiliate products you may hear about on the show.
Former head of the ETC Cooperative and Bitcoiner Anthony Lusardi joins POV Crypto to hash out the history of Ethereum and why he is a Bitcoiner. This was the first ever POV Livestream and was recorded during the Thanksgiving holiday! We discuss the following topics. Maxcoin, Max Keiser's little talked about shitcoinDeep dive into the DAO hack and fork Running ETC The difference between and BTC node and an ETH Node Pros and Cons of the DeFi ecosystem Please rate and share the podcast!SponsorseToro - Sign up for the best trading in CryptoQuantstamp - Get a security audit with the expertsUnchained Capital - Easy BTC cold storage and BTC backed loansPlease 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: POVCrypto.eth
Chris McCann (@mccannatron), formerly of Greylock, founded Proof of Capital to invest in crypto products with real adoption. In this special interview, we discuss:Why PoC hasn't funded protocolsWhy haven't remittances taken off for crypto?Founder-product fit, product-market fitCalculating TAM for new marketsExit opportunities in cryptoActionable framework for investment meetingsSubscribe or miss out!Host: Jason ChoiIf you enjoyed the show, consider tipping! This show is not financial advice.BTC: 3EFSLnPpme6Lo6DynN1bVV9owooueFvEmJETH: 0xdec40AA30B9C562aB4b839529BfC290C1B5Da61EResources:Pay your crypto taxes with the help of BitDexSign up for eToro hereChris' TwitterSubscribe to Jason's newsletter hereLibsyn linkApple PodcastStitcherSpotifyDisclaimer: 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 jasonchoi.me and‚spartangroup.io/disclaimer
Location: SkypeDate: Monday, 6th JanuaryProject: Unchained CapitalRole: Head of Business DevelopmentWelcome to The Beginner's Guide to Bitcoin:Bitcoin can be intimidating for beginners. The protocol is complicated, the community can be aggressive and unforgiving, silly mistakes can lose you money, and it is easy to succumb to altcoin marketing. Bitcoin does though, offer you the opportunity to hold a new type of monetary asset, one which can't be seized by the government and is censorship resistance and It has the potential to change the way the world. The goal of What Bitcoin Did has always been about making things simple; there are no stupid questions, and the show is here to help beginners navigate this new world. To kick off 2020, we are launching a special series to help beginners understand Bitcoin. We will be looking at the basics from breaking down the protocol to explaining the economics and discussing the potential societal shift. Part 2 - What is Money with Parker LewisAs the old adage says: money makes the world go round, but why? Money allows for free trade between people, solving the double coincidence of wants problem. To facilitate trade, early money took many forms: from Rai stones to salt to shells. The characteristics of base metals quickly led them to become the dominant form of money once introduced, with gold being the most valued.In the 1800s, both the UK and the US, as well as many other countries, implemented a gold standard, allowing banks to issue paper money to represent the gold that they held in reserve. The gold standard maintained gold as a hard currency but with paper bills solving the problem of transporting heavy bullion and divisibility. In the 1930s, during the depression, the US government devalued gold and made it illegal to own privately. In 1931 the UK abandoned the gold standard, and in 1971 the US severed any remaining ties to it. This marked the beginning of the current era of money. Whereas gold has the characteristics of sound money - it is durable, divisible, fungible and scarce, the new fiat monetary system didn't and therefore was open to abuse by government. With its infinite supply, it misses the key characteristics of sound money, scarcity and cost of production. Bitcoin has all the characteristics of sound money; however, in one key area, it far exceeds gold - transferability. In a digital age, Bitcoin is sound money that can be sent over the internet and has the potential to change the nature of money for everyone.In part 2 of The Bitcoin Beginner's Guide, I talk to Parker Lewis head of business development at Unchained Capital. Parker answers the question, what is money? We also discuss the history of money and the characteristics of sound money.
Location: SkypeDate: Monday, 11th NovemberProject: aantonop.comRole: Author & Public SpeakerWelcome to The Beginner's Guide to Bitcoin:Bitcoin can be intimidating for beginners. The protocol is complicated, the community can be aggressive and unforgiving, silly mistakes can lose you money, and it is easy to succumb to altcoin marketing. Bitcoin does though, offer you the opportunity to hold a new type of monetary asset, one which can't be seized by the government and is censorship resistance and It has the potential to change the way the world. The goal of What Bitcoin Did has always been about making things simple; there are no stupid questions, and the show is here to help beginners navigate this new world. To kick off 2020, we are launching a special series to help beginners understand Bitcoin. We will be looking at the basics from breaking down the protocol to explaining the economics and discussing the potential societal shift. Part 1 - Andreas M. Antonopoulos on Why We Need BitcoinBitcoin is multifaceted. Some treat Bitcoin as a speculative tool for growing wealth, others as a way of avoiding financial censorship from traditional payment channels, and some use it as a way of claiming their monetary sovereignty and removing power from the banks and state.The real reason Bitcoin is essential is for all of these reasons and more.On 3rd January 2009, Bitcoin was introduced to the world by its pseudonymous creator (or creators), going by the name of Satoshi Nakamoto. Bitcoin brought with it an alternative to the banking system, a way of truly controlling your finances and to 'be your own bank'. Being your own bank is incredibly powerful but is often a confusing and misused term. There are currently 1.7 billion people across the world who do not have access to proper banking services. Bitcoin can fix this by allowing users to hold, send and receive value.Cross-border payments are expensive and complicated using traditional banking and financial systems, and that's assuming the recipient has the means to receive payment. Bitcoin fixes this.Governments have a history of putting pressure on payment systems to stop allowing payments to recipients that they deem unfit. In 2010 Visa, Mastercard and PayPal all stopped allowing payments to WikiLeaks. Bitcoin fixed this.Bitcoin's power is in its decentralised, censorship-resistant, neutral, permissionless network that allows you to transact globally without any intermediary or third party and with whoever you want for whatever reason you want. Bitcoin doesn't care.We will soon be living in a cashless society, government-issued 'fiat' currency will become entirely digital, and we will wave goodbye to any remaining shreds of financial privacy that still exist. Some governments will look to create a cryptocurrency alternative; providing the perfect tool for increased financial surveillance and oppression and represents the antithesis of Bitcoin.So, maybe we will have to choose whether its Bitcoin or a state-run digital currency. Should we choose Bitcoin?This interview previously appeared on my other show Defiance and is a great starting point for the beginner's guide. Here I talk to Andreas M. Antonopoulos to find out. Andreas is a speaker and the best selling author of Mastering Bitcoin and The Internet of Money and is unrivalled in evangelising Bitcoin. Andreas explains why the current monetary and financial system is no longer fit for purpose and why Bitcoin may be the answer.
The overall value of Bitcoin is already up by around fifteen percent this year, but since President Trump recently downplayed the situation in Iran, saying that the Middle Eastern power is ready to stand down, Bitcoin's price slid back down around eighty-one hundred dollars.CONTACT INFOEmail me at TheCryptoCousins@gmail.comMessage me at https://Facebook.com/msg/GaryLelandLeave a voice comment at 817-476-0660YouTube Channelhttps://YouTube.com/CryptoCousinshttps://YouTube.com/4MinuteCryptoSUPPORThttps://Patreon.com/CryptoCousinshttps://4MinuteCrypto.com/DonateGary is available to keynote or emcee your Bitcoin/Crypto event. Please email GaryLeland@gmail.com for additional info.DISCLAIMER: This article should not be taken as is, and is not intended to provide, investment advice.
On Today's Episode...The Let's Talk Bitcoin! show enlisted CoinDesk reporter Leigh Cuen and early cypherpunk Zooko Wilcox for a conversation on the history, challenges and long term development path of early, formative technologies. which we often hear modern blockchain movements compared against.From the pre-internet days, through the free/open-source movement, Linux successes, and challenges on the desktop, the peer-to-peer movement, cypherpunks, Linux maximalism, fundamentalism as a concept as well as some brief excursions through some history and politics of the time... Later, we'll discuss how AI and lawyers have more in common than you'd think, and what kind of protections we may need as autonomous agents become ubiquitous.Subscribe to the LTB Show Only feed using your favorite serviceiTunes | Google Podcasts | Breaker | PocketCasts | Podbean | RadioPublicCreditsThis episode was sponsored by Purse.io, Brave.com and eToro.comOriginal Photo by Museums Victoria on Unsplash.This episode featured CoinDesk Reporter Leigh Cuen and Zooko Wilcox.Music for today's episode was provided by Jared Rubens, and general fuzz, with editing by Jonas.Have any questions or comments? Email adam@ltbshow.com
TTS Ep. 239 Kevin Gutzman

TTS Ep. 239 Kevin Gutzman

2020-01-1200:45:57

On the first episode of 2020 for The Tatiana Show, we learn some real history from our guest Kevin Gutzman. He is a New York Times best-selling author of five books including The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution and his most recent, Thomas Jefferson- Revolutionary: A Radical's Struggle to Remake America. Professor Gutzman teaches history at Western Connecticut State University and at former guest Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom.With the current impeachment of Donald Trump by the House, Dr. Gutzman provides some historical context of the process and what are the correct reasons to impeach under the U.S. constitution. We discuss the origins of impeachment developed in the English House of Commons as a check on the king's power and the professor provides some examples in history when the process was used such as against Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford during 17th. Century England and U.S. supreme court justice Samuel Chase.Dr. Gutzman gives his take on the current political climate of America and answers the question of why the establishment is constantly undermining Donald Trump and his predictions for the 2020 election.We discuss nullification and can it be an effective means to curb the ever increasing size of the federal government, whether the population has become too docile and apathetic to shrink Washington's power, and Professor Gutzman's opinions of alternatives to the broken education system.About the Guests:Kevin R. C. Gutzman is the New York Times best-selling author of five books, including the new Thomas Jefferson'”Revolutionary: A Radical's Struggle to Remake America , a History Book Club Selection. Gutzman is Professor and former Chairman in the Department of History at Western Connecticut State University and a faculty member at LibertyClassroom.com . He holds a bachelor's degree (With Honors and With Special Honors in History), a master of public affairs degree, and a law degree from the University of Texas at Austin, as well as an MA and a PhD in American history from the University of Virginia.Dr. Gutzman's first book was the New York Times best-seller The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution , which was a Main Selection of the Conservative Book Club. It is the only Jeffersonian account of American constitutional history. His second book, Virginia's American Revolution: From Dominion to Republic, 1776-1840 , explores the issue what the Revolutionaries made of the Revolution in Thomas Jefferson's home state. After that, he co-authored Who Killed the Constitution? The Federal Government vs. American Liberty from World War I to Barack Obama with New York Times best-selling author Thomas E. Woods, Jr. His fourth book, James Madison and the Making of America , a Main Selection of the History Book Club, received positive reviews from The Wall Street Journal, The Journal of Southern History, The Washington Times, and numerous other publications. His latest book, Thomas Jefferson'”Revolutionary: A Radical's Struggle to Remake America , published on January 31, 2017, was a Selection of the History Book Club.Gutzman's essay "Lincoln as Jeffersonian: The Colonization Chimera" appeared in Lincoln Emancipated: The President and the Politics of Race, and his "James Madison and Ratification: A Triumph Over Adversity" appeared in A Companion to James Madison and James Monroe. His scholarly articles have appeared in The Journal of Southern History, The Journal of the Early Republic, The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, The Review of Politics, and The Journal of the Historical Society, among other publications. He has written a hundred book reviews for outlets scholarly and popular, and he has contributed three dozen essays to historical encyclopedias. Gutzman has written for numerous popular magazines and newspapers, including Canada's National Post, the San Antonio Express-News, and the Richmond Times-Dispatch, among others.Kevin R. C. Gutzman has appeared on hundreds of radio programs, such as NPR's "Backstory With the American History Guys" and many of the most prominent commercial programs, terrestrial and satellite, as well as on national television programs including C-SPAN 2's "BookTV," CNN's "Lou Dobbs Tonight," Fox News's "The Glenn Beck Program" (both with Beck and with Judge Andrew Napolitano), and NewsMax TV, besides on the BBC and several local television broadcasts. He has been interviewed by reporters from major outlets such as the AP, The Washington Times, The Philadelphia Enquirer, The Washington Post, The Hartford Business Journal, The Houston Chronicle online, Investor's Business Daily, Money Magazine, Connecticut Magazine, and The New York Times, among others.Gutzman was a featured expert in the documentary movies "John Marshall: Citizen, Statesman, Jurist" and "Nullification: The Rightful Remedy."More Info:TatianaMoroz.comCryptoMediaHub.comKevinGutzman.comLiberty ClassroomFriends and Sponsors of the Show:eToroVaultoroProof of Love*You have been listening to the Tatiana Show. This show may contain adult content, language, and humor and is intended for mature audiences. If that's not you, please stop listening. Nothing you hear on The Tatiana Show is intended as financial advice, legal advice, or really, anything other than entertainment. Take everything you hear with a grain of salt. Oh, and if you're hearing to us on an affiliate network, the ideas and views expressed on this show, are not necessarily of the those of the network you are listening on, or of any sponsors or any affiliate products you may hear about on the show.
In this episode, Dave Hollerith talks with Kiara Bickers, author of Bitcoin Clarity: A Guide To Understanding Bitcoin. Bitcoin Clarity is different from other Bitcoin guides because it takes uses "systems thinking" by explaining how and why each part of Bitcoin's system evolved into what it is today. Topics included in the discussion:Independent publishingApproximating decentralizationBitcoin as a trustless time chainThe value and limits of informationWhy Bitcoin Clarity does not dig into privacyHow science and art should not be separated Links:Bitcoin ClarityKiara Bickers (@kiarabickers)Dave Hollerith (@DsHollers)Bitcoin Magazine**Sponsors:EtoroDISCLAIMER: The following content is for informational purposes only. You should not construe any such information or other material as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice. Nothing contained in this presentation constitutes a solicitation, recommendation, endorsement, or offer by BTC Media, The Let's Talk Bitcoin Network, or any third party service provider to buy or sell any securities or other financial instruments.
On the first episode of Proof of Love in the new year 2020, we look back and reflect on 2019, the holiday season, and what 2020 holds in store.What To Listen For:What inspired Tatiana's song "Lonely Christmas Spirit"?What does Christmas and the end of the year mean to Tatiana and Stephanie?Are parents ruining their relationships with their kids by telling them about Santa or is it a harmless tradition being passed on?The ladies reminisce about what they thought life would be like in 2020 when they were kids, they divulge some of their new year's resolutions, and a look at 2020 elections and how focusing on things you can control may be better for you than worrying about politics.Be sure to go check out Crypto-Cares, Tatiana's event in the Caribbean for the crypto community to raise awareness for the Bahama islands impacted by Hurricane Dorian.Do you have a burning question, or a show idea for us? Please email us at tatiana@proofoflovecast.com!More Info:TatianaMoroz.comCryptoMediaHub.comFriends and Sponsors of the Show:www.vaultoro.comwww.LetsTalkBitcoin.com/www.TheTatianaShow.comRemember, this is a new show, so if you like it, please be sure to tell 3 friends! Leave a good review on Itunes, and be sure to follow us on our socials!*You have been listening to Proof of Love. This show may contain adult content, language, and humor and is intended for mature audiences. If that's not you, please stop listening. Nothing you hear on Proof of Love is intended as financial advice, legal advice, therapy or really, anything other than entertainment. Take everything you hear with a grain of salt. Oh, and if you're hearing to us on an affiliate network, the ideas and views expressed on this show, are not necessarily of the those of the network you are listening on, or of any sponsors or any affiliate products you may hear about on the show.
Location: New YorkDate: Monday, 23rd DecemberProject: Tales from the Crypt & Rabbit Hole RecapRole: Co-hostThe Bitcoin space moves fast, and 2019 has been no different. Starting the year at the bottom of a harsh bear market after hitting a low of $3,100, Bitcoin began 2019 trading close to $3600. While the price spiked at around $14,000, it has settled in the $7-8k range, representing an approximate 100% rise in price. Also, despite the volatility, the hashrate has reached an all-time high.Bitcoin has been featured widely in the media, and everyone from NFL player Russell Okung to Donald Trump and even President Xi have spoken about it. The Lightning Network has grown from strength to strength with Bitfinex now accepting Lightning deposits and the Tor Project accepting Lightning donations. The SEC is still yet to approve a Bitcoin ETF with Bitwise' proposal the latest to be rejected. Jack Dorsey launched Square Crypto, and Facebook made plans to launch a 'cryptocurrency' called Libra.With exchanges, Cryptopia was hacked and subsequently shut down, and QuadrigaCX suffered the same fate following the suspicious and shock death of its CEO Gerald Cotten.So 2019 has been a busy year in Bitcoin and my final interview of the year is with Matt Odell, co-host of the Tales from the Crypt and Rabbit Hole Recap. We take a look back at 2019, discussing Bitcoin only businesses, the most important projects and our predictions for 2020.
Rapper Zuby announced earlier that he not only accepts Bitcoin payments but that he doesn't intend to convert them immediately to fiat currency. Demonstrating that he has at least done a little homework.CONTACT INFOEmail me at TheCryptoCousins@gmail.comMessage me at https://Facebook.com/msg/GaryLelandLeave a voice comment at 817-476-0660YouTube Channelhttps://YouTube.com/CryptoCousinshttps://YouTube.com/4MinuteCryptoSUPPORThttps://Patreon.com/CryptoCousinshttps://4MinuteCrypto.com/DonateGary is available to keynote or emcee your Bitcoin/Crypto event. Please email GaryLeland@gmail.com for additional info.DISCLAIMER: This article should not be taken as is, and is not intended to provide, investment advice.
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Shrey Gameboy

amazing episode!

Sep 5th
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Dmitrij Archipov

scammers, atleast that who speak all the way... ge hi is a moron

Sep 4th
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GetRekt

Trump 2020 in a landslide.

May 29th
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apndali

great

Apr 13th
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