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The main LTB Network feed contains all of the cryptocurrency related podcasts that make it to the front page of Let's Talk Bitcoin! You can expect a new episode or two most days subscribing to this feed.
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We were joined by Luka Mueller, who played a key role in establishing Switzerland as a cryptocurrency center and in laying the legal groundwork for the ICO boom. In 2014, his law firm MME worked with the Ethereum team to set up the Ethereum Foundation and run its public fundraiser. A model that was later copied by countless other projects and led MME to work with many other leading protocols like Cosmos and Tezos.We also discussed his new project Sygnum, a cryptocurrency-focused bank. Nearly every company that works in the cryptocurrency space has had problems with its banking partner. Legal uncertainty, lack of knowledge, or simple unwillingness to work with cryptocurrency companies has made this a frequent nightmare for companies in this emerging sector. With a presence in both Switzerland and Singapore, Sygnum aims to fill a piece of missing infrastructure in the crypto-ecosystem: a bank that is able to receive, hold and transfer protocol tokens while offering a secure fiat gateway to easily transfer from the old world of finance to the new.We also discussed Switzerland's regulatory environment and why it is able to provide more regulatory clarity.Topics discussed in this episode:What life was like for Luka before blockchainHow Luka met Vitalik and went on to set up the Ethereum Foundation and run their fundraiserWhat protocols his law firm, MME, helped launchThe lessons learned over the years, and how he would do it differentlyWhy Switzerland is a great jurisdiction for crypto projectsWhat Luka thinks of asset-backed tokensWhat is Sygum, and why did he decide to start a crypto bankWhat Luke believes will happen when the tech giants release their own currenciesThe difference between Sygnum and similar banksWhat Luka's fears are in the space, and what he is hopeful forLinks mentioned in this episode:MME Law FirmSygnum WebsiteInstitutional Custody: A Portal to the Digital Asset Economy (Sygnum Blog)How Tokenization is Closing the Gap Between Public and Private Markets (Sygnum Blog)Sygnum gets green light to operate in Singapore (SwissInfo)Switzerland's first crypto bank reports 'œoverwhelming' demand (Decrypt)Sygnum on TwitterSponsors:eToro: Automatically copy every trade of eToro's top crypto traders at the exact price in real-timeCosmos: Compete to win 100,000 ATOM by building and running Cosmos ZonesThis episode is hosted by Brian Fabian Crain & Friederike Ernst. Show notes and listening options: epicenter.tv/316
John Carvalho the CCO of Bitrefill joins CK and David to discuss his experiences building on Lightning. John dispels common misconceptions about Lightning and discusses where he thinks the technology can go. The interview turned spicy at the end when John confronted David about the issues he sees in DeFi and MakerDAO in general. We cover the following topics. How Bitrefill is offering Bitcoin Lightning Services The current state of the Lightning Network Addressing concerns about the Lightning Network John's bullish case for the Lightning Network John's concerns over applications that depend on oracles Debating the merits of MakerDAO. SponsorseToro - Sign up for the best trading in CryptoCelsius - Use promo code POV to get $10 in Bitcoin with a $200 depositPlease 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
iFrame Host Tom Shaughnessy of Delphi Digital is joined by Lior Lamesh, Co-Founder & CEO at GK8. Lior is a cyber security expert and on this episode we discuss GK8's crypto security offering that the company believes is the most secure on the market for enterprises, firms and funds. The Upbit hack of $50M happened after we recorded this episode, although Lior shares some very relevant information on this topic. Lior also dives into the Binance Hack, and how this could have been prevented. GK8 is a cybersecurity company that offers a high-security custodian technology for managing and safeguarding digital assets. The technology allows financial institutions to execute the entire digital assets management process, including sending transactions to the blockchain, without the need for an Internet connection. GK8's customers manage over $1 billion in digital assetsResourcesFollow Tom on Twitter @Shaughnessy119Sponsors:Check out eToro to Create Your Perfect Crypto PortfolioEarn, Borrow & Pay on the Blockchain With Celsius Network - Use the promo code CHAINTo 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 owns tokens in ETH, BTC, XTZ, LEO, DCR and STX.‚
To celebrate the holiday season, this episode of the Weekly Bits podcast covers two programs focused on accelerating bitcoin-based giving. Peter is joined by Bitcoin Magazine associate editor Colin Harper to discuss two of his recent stories '" the first dedicated to GiveBitcoin and its effort to help Bitcoiners evangelize the technology by sharing BTC with others, and the second to The Giving Block and its mission to focus Giving Tuesday on #GivingBitcoin to charity.Resources:GiveBitcoin Wants You to Give Bitcoin This Holiday SeasonThe Nonprofit Push to Make Giving Tuesday About Giving BitcoinTwitter:@PeterChawaga@Colin Harper@Bitcoin Magazine@The LTB Network
David and Christian take to live-streaming the 100th episode, and discuss the topic of minimal viable decentralization!Throughout the stream, a number of guests come on to join in the conversation!‚- Brandon QuittemAnthony BertolinoAnsel LinderColin HarperSponsorseToro - Sign up for the best trading in CryptoCelsius - Use promo code POV to get $10 in Bitcoin with a $200 depositPlease 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
The Twitter account Bakkt Volume Bot is dedicated to reporting Bakkt trading volumes, and it tweeted on December 3rd that Monday's open interest on Bakkt Bitcoin futures reached a new all time high of 6.5 million 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.
This week's episode of #TheTatianaShow, Alex Petrov from Bitfury stops by. Alex is a crypto "OG" and introduced me to the Honey Badger Conference.The Bitfury Group is the largest full-service blockchain technology company in the world. They develop state-of-the-art software and hardware solutions for businesses, individuals, and organizations to securely move assets across the blockchain. Alex is their Chief Information Officer.Josh and I have a great in-depth conversation with Alex about his extensive background in I.T., cryptocurrency, and the multiple programs he has been involved with during his time with Bitfury. We discuss the opportunities and challenges for ICO's, the Lightning Network, the Crystal Blockchain, and more.About the Guests:Alex Petrov is the Chief Information Officer for the Bitfury Group. Prior to working with Bitfury, he spent 15 years in the Ministry of Interior Affairs of the Republic of Latvia. Other experience includes: Secret Regime department officer; NATO summit 2006 & public events security management; Chief of computer crime investigation unit; Police Officer, Computer crime investigation; Lecturing for Interpol; Forensics investigations; Lecturer, Risk management, IT Security, Communications; and GE AML & Risk Manager chief.More Info:TatianaMoroz.comCryptoMediaHub.comhttps://bitfury.com/Vaultoro.comFriends and Sponsors of the Show:Celsius.networkwww.etoro.comVaultoro.gold/tatianaProof 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.
Location: AustinDate: Thursday, 22nd NovProject: Texas Gun SenseRole: Executive Director (Texas Gun Sense) & Board Member (c)The 2nd Amendment to the U.S constitution outlines Americans' right to keep and bear arms. America is now home to more guns than people and is the country with the highest number of deaths by firearms in the world.The gun debate continues to polarise the nation. While many firmly stand by the constitution and see removing their right to own a gun as an attack on their civil liberties, others see the weapons as a dangerous and unnecessary threat responsible for tens of thousands of deaths per year.Texas Gun Sense is a group who come at this debate with a more nuanced viewpoint. They aim to bring '˜common-sense, fact-based gun policies to Texas'. The organisation is not anti-gun, but they do support increased and more rigorous background checks alongside education to improve gun safety practices.In a previous episode, Ragnar Lifthrasir joined me on What Bitcoin Did, and we discussed why he believes it is every American's right to own a gun. To continue the discussion, in this episode, we hear from Executive Director at Texas Gun Sense, Gyl Switzer and Leesa Ross from Lock Arms for Life, whose son was killed in a handgun accident. We discuss their approach to gun ownership while still supporting the 2nd Amendment.This episode is also on:iTunesYoutubeStitcherGoogle PlayTuneIn
As part of our Asia series, I team up with Mable Jiang to dissect the latest happenings in China's crypto ecosystem. We discuss:Is China cracking down on crypto exchanges?Are Chinese regulators really pro-blockchain?What's happening with China's central bank digital currency?How does that affect investors and projects?Host: Jason Choi (@MrJasonChoi). If you enjoyed the show, consider tipping! This show is not financial advice.BTC: 3EFSLnPpme6Lo6DynN1bVV9owooueFvEmJETH: 0xdec40AA30B9C562aB4b839529BfC290C1B5Da61EResources:Sign up for eToro hereRelay node newsletter (Asia crypto events)Libsyn 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
"If we continue down this road where we have no privacy and governments and corporations know every single thing about us because of these surveillance devices we're all carrying around in our pockets, technology becomes our only hope really."- Bruce FentonIn this episode, Bitcoin Magazine staff writer, Vlad Costea, interviews Bruce Fenton, CEO of Chainstone Labs and Satoshi Roundtable.Longtime Bitcoin advocate Bruce Fenton discusses his early days in Bitcoin, scaling debates, the pros and pitfalls of a purely Bitcoin maximalism and his outlook on privacy.Twitter:Bitcoin Magazine (@BitcoinMagazine)Vlad Costea (@TheVladCostea)Bruce Fenton (@brucefenton)Sponsors:Celsius Network - Enter "BITCOINMAG" to get $10 off any deposit over $200EtoroDISCLAIMER: 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.
With the IRS looking to enforce more stringent Bitcoin tax compliance, Congress should step in to clarify the way virtual currencies should be treated for tax purposes.The following are 3 possible ways lawmakers could approach Bitcoin taxation.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.
Location: AustinDate: Thursday, 22nd NovProject: Noded PodcastRole: Co-HostThe ideology of Bitcoiners aligns closely with Libertarians as both value self-sovereignty and self-governance. Because of this, going down the Bitcoin rabbit hole often leads to Libertarianism and Austrian Economics.There are though many levels of Libertarianism. Some believe in minarchism, the reduction but not complete removal of the state while others believe in full anarchy where there is no centralised state planning, and the free market determines what is best. Alternatively, some see it as a personal philosophy that they follow within the lines of current government and state systems.How would the free market operate in an imperfect world? Without regulations, would it be possible to keep people safe? What about human greed? Would there be a social cost to a society structured this way?To find out the answers to some of these questions, I talk to Michael Goldstein, the co-host of the Noded Podcast and President of the Nakamoto Institute to discuss Libertarianism. We discuss Libertarianism, the free market, rejecting activism and the transition to an anarcho-capitalist society.‚This episode is also on:iTunesYoutubeStitcherGoogle PlayTuneIn
Host Tom Shaughnessy of Delphi Digital is joined by Kyle Kistner, co-founder of bZx Protocol. For the podcast, we try our best to locate early stage projects in the space. We noticed bZx's total value locked on DeFi pulse grew from $1M in September to near $3.5M in late November. While small in absolute numbers, the increase is notable, and with the launch of Fulcrum and Torque, we believed having the team on the podcast would be worthwhile for our listeners. BZX is a decentralized protocol that enables lending and borrowing for margin trading. The protocol can be easily integrated into new and existing exchanges or accessed through the bZx portal. On this episode we also discuss the products built on the bZx Protocol including Fulcrum (DeFi margin lending and trading) and Torque (indefinite-term loans with fixed interest rates).To help support the show, please hit the subscribe button on iTunes so we can keep bringing you episodes like these!ResourcesFollow Tom on Twitter @Shaughnessy119Sponsors:Check out eToro to Create Your Perfect Crypto PortfolioEarn, Borrow & Pay on the Blockchain With Celsius Network - Use the promo code CHAINTo 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 owns tokens in ETH, BTC, XTZ, LEO, DCR and STX.‚
On this week's episode'.The hosts are talking "Altcoins and Ancient History" with Early Bitcoin Developer and Litecoin Creator Charlie LeeSelected Topics:Token Age and Network EffectTestnet game theoryFounder Anonymity, then and nowAd-hoc audits in the wake of MtGox's CollapseSchnorr signatures, Tapscript and Taproot intentions at LitecoinA "Coinbase mafia?" and more...Let's Talk Bitcoin! is a long-running independent podcast on the ideas, people and projects powering the cryptocurrency narrative. On this show, we basically talk about everything other than the price.Since we started this conversation in early 2013, a whole world of blockchains and tokens has sprung up alongside bitcoin, and we talk about those too as real-world events help us see what's real and what's just clever marketing.Episode 419 Credits:Sponsors - Edge.app, Brave.com & eToro.comGuest - Charlie Lee (@SatoshiLite)Hosts - Adam B. Levine (http://ltbshow.com)- Andreas M. Antonopoulos (https://aantonop.com/)- Stephanie Murphy (https://www.stephaniemurphyvoice.com/)- Jonathan Mohan ( https://twitter.com/JonathanMohan)Producer - Adam B. LevineEditors - JonasMusic - Jared Rubens (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jared-a-rubens-099349135)- General Fuzz (https://www.generalfuzz.net/)
On this week's #ProofofLove, Stephanie returns to the show with Tatiana and Lauren to discuss dating on the road with our very special guest, Leah Jonas from our sponsor Celsius.Leah is the Global Head of Partnerships for Celsius Network, a market-leading cryptocurrency consumer lending, and borrowing platform. She started off her career working with early stage tech start-ups before discovering cryptocurrency and joining Celsius Network as one of the early hires. She has worked in almost every role in the company before settling in business development.As a self-described digital nomad, Leah discusses with the ladies her personal side and how is dating on the road. We tackle some of the tougher questions about life on the road, such as: How do you strike a balance between your professional and personal life? Where do you meet people and are dating apps helpful for people on the road? How do you overcome cultural and language barriers as you move around the world?Leah also dishes on the criteria for a potential good date, whether she sees herself settling down, and changing people's perspectives of Americans.About the Guests:Leah is the Global Head of Partnerships for Celsius Network, a market-leading cryptocurrency consumer lending, and borrowing platform. She brings a wealth of experience in marketing, sales, and strategic partnerships from the corporate and start-up world. As Celsius as one of the company's early hires, Leah has contributed to all phases of the company's development, from formation to funding to product development to market positioning and expansion. While at Celsius Leah has spearheaded some of the most integral projects within the organization including the white-label integration of Celsius' services to multiple platforms resulting in the increase of overall AUM measuring in the tens of millions. At present, she is located in London where she will be building out Celsius' EU operations and strategy.Do you have a burning question, or a show idea for us? Please email us at tatiana@proofoflovecast.com!More Info:TatianaMoroz.comCryptoMediaHub.comwww.Celsius.networkFriends and Sponsors of the Show:https://celsius.network/get-the-app/ use code LOVEwww.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: IndianapolisDate: Monday, 18th NovemberProject: Coinist PodcastRole: HostTwo years ago I sat down with Bitcoin trader & analyst, Luke Martin in LA to record the very first episode of What Bitcoin DidLuke has dropped out of school to focus on his trading full time, and he's now known as being one of the most followed in his field. He's also a fellow podcaster, the host of the Coinist Podcast and even been a guest on CNN.By coincidence, we managed to find ourselves in the same city exactly two years ago to the day that Luke and I recorded WBD001. Two years is a significant amount of time in Bitcoin and lots has happened. Luke and I have remained friends, and we have supported each other along the way, Luke telling me to stop fighting on Twitter, and I have encouraged Luke to continue podcasting.As a fellow podcaster, Luke speaks with people in the industry, gaining insights predominantly on the Bitcoin market, trading and exchanges. In this interview, we sit down and reflect on the two years since we recorded WBD001 and discuss Bitcoin, financial services and Twitter.This episode is also on:iTunesYoutubeStitcherGoogle PlayTuneIn
The Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection research team shared insights on a new crypto stealing malware called Dexphot that has already infected close to 80,000 devices since October 2019.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.
Bitcoin Sign Guy (Christian) comes onto the 99th episode of POV Crypto for a fascinating conversation about dissident tech and how he sees people leveraging it to gain more sovereignty. We discuss the following topics: The moment behind the Buy Bitcoin Meme What is dissident technology How current tech disrespects users What is Urbit and how does it workBitcoin plus UrbitSponsorseToro - Sign up for the best trading in CryptoCelsius - Use promo code POV to get $10 in Bitcoin with a $200 depositPlease 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
Welcome to episode 72 of The Bitcoin Game, I'm Rob Mitchell. This episode came about in an unexpected way. I had the opportunity to speak with Guy Hirsch (USA Managing Director for eToro) at the CIS conference in Los Angeles. My plan was to grab some sound bites from Guy to use in podcast episodes as part of eToro's sponsorship. But I'm such a curious person that I couldn't help but ask a bunch of genuine questions I had about the platform. Turned out, the brief interview was interesting and informative enough that I decided to release it as a stand-alone episode. So, if you've wondered about eToro after seeing them practically everywhere in the crypto space (not to mention the snazzy eToro commercial with Alec Baldwin), this episode will get you up to speed! EPISODE LINKSGuy Hirsch on Twitterhttps://twitter.com/GuyHirschAlec Baldwin's eToro adhttps://youtu.be/GBBuFuHAxoYOur eToro Affiliate Linkhttps://b.tc/etorogameTHE BITCOIN GAME IS SPONSORED BYAre you interested in getting into the cryptocurrency markets but don't know where to start building your portfolio? The answer is CopyTrader, by eToro. With CopyTrader, you can automatically copy every trade of eToro's top crypto traders at the exact price in real time. No need to study up on markets or develop your own strategies. Simply sign up and copy the trader of your choice. Any profits they make, you do too (proportional to your investment). With eToro, you get access to the world's most popular cryptocurrencies, with transparent trading fees, all in one easy-to-use app.Join now at b.tc/etorogame.While much of a Bitcoiner's time is spent in the world of digital assets, sometimes it's nice to own a physical representation of the virtual things you care about. For just the price of a cup of coffee or two (at Starbucks), you can own the world-famous Bitcoin Keychain.As Seen OnThe Guardian ' TechCrunch ' Engadget ' Ars Technica ' Popular MechanicsInfowars ' Maxim ' Inc. ' Vice ' RT ' Bitcoin Magazine ' VentureBeatPRI ' CoinDesk ' Washington Post ' Forbes ' Fast Company Bitcoin Keychains - BTCKeychain.com CREDITSAll 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:https://tippin.me/@TheBTCGameNote: 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.
As the crypto ecosystem continues to grow, wallets and exchanges are quickly evolving to differentiate themselves in a crowded marketplace. Viktor Radchenko, CEO and founder of Trust Wallet, joins us this week to talk about why he created a noncustodial wallet solution, what makes Trust Wallet unique, and how the acquisition by Binance has allowed his team to focus on a long term vision. Viktor helps us understand what it means to be part of the Binance Ecosystem, and what he believes the future holds for wallets, key storage and custody. Topics discussed in this episode:Victor's bio and how he ended up moving from the Ukraine to the USHow hacking games got Victor into cryptocurrencyWhat Trust Wallet is and its' strengths in the wallet landscapeWhat it means for Trust Wallet to be secure, opensource, decentralized, and anonymousWhat Vicktor believes the future holds for wallets and key storageThe Binance acquisition of Trust WalletTrust Wallet's policy for adding new coins and the criteria they look atLinks mentioned in this episode:Trust WalletTrust Wallet BlogCrypto exchange Binance buys Trust Wallet in first acquisition deal (TechCrunch)7 Essential Steps to Keep Your Crypto Wallet Secure (Trust Wallet Blog)Ethereum Name Service is Now Supported (Trust Wallet Blog)Trust Wallet DEX is growing up, Order book and Trading History added (Trust Wallet Blog)Wallet Core documentationWallet Core on GitHubThis episode is hosted by Sebastien Couture & Friederike Ernst. Show notes and listening options: epicenter.tv/315
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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

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