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Host Tom Shaughnessy talks to Mrinal Manohar, the CEO of Casper Labs. I really enjoyed speaking with Mrinal since he brings an extensive amount of professional experience at major firms such as Bain Capital and Sagard Holdings to now leading Casper Labs. Mrinal has a real understanding of how the world works, how major firms with tens of billions make their investment decisions and where blockchain fits into the world. Mrinal covers everything about Casper Labs, the blockchain's roadmap, its relationship with Ethereum's community, how they are attracting developers and so much more. Mrinal's BIO:A technology enthusiast from a young age, Mrinal was an early contributor to BitTorrent and other open source projects. He first found Bitcoin in 2012. Mrinal received his Masters in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University. He was an associate for Bain & Co., then a private equity associate at Bain Capital. Before leading CasperLabs, Mrinal was a sector head in Technology/Media/Telecom at Sagard HoldingsAbout Casper Labs: CasperLabs is a decentralized blockchain and smart contracting platform that scales for real-world usage and simplifies experiences for developers and end-users. Support The ShowZenLedger is the official tax software of Chain Reaction for crypto investors and accountants. Get a 15% discount when you use code Chain15.To sponsor this top crypto research podcast, email Tom@DelphiDigital.io Disclosures: 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, STX, SNX, RUNE, sUSD and HNT. Let's 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. Guest host Kevin Kelly holds tokens in BTC, ETH, RUNE, and LEO.
Location: SkypeDate: Thursday, 26th MarchProject: Real VisionRole: Co-Founder & CEOThe coronavirus pandemic has led to a global economic crisis. With the movement of people heavily restricted, businesses forced to close and supply chains disrupted.Stock markets around the world have crashed, leading many to question if the restrictive measures to limit the spread of the virus are worth the economic impact. Donald Trump has stated that the 'œcure' cannot be worse than the 'œproblem'.To fight the recession and help those in need, most major economies, including the US, UK, Canada and Germany, have announced unprecedented economic stimulus packages to support the economy and those out of work.The severity and duration of the impact coronavirus will have on the economy is almost impossible to predict; however, this event will likely alter the world forever.In this interview, I talk to Raoul Pal co-founder & CEO of Real Vision and macroeconomist. We discuss the political and economic impact of coronavirus, the role of the state and the societal change that will occur.
The Tatiana Show goes full on prepper in this COVID-19 quarantine #Prepperpalooza episode. Tatiana and Josh are joined by Emily Chesher, Kevin McKernan of Medicinal Genomics, Lyn Ulbricht of Free Ross, Juan S Galt and Anastasiya of Be Your Own Vault, Michelle Ray and Kenny Hitt of Gulchcast, Sasha Hodder & DJ J Scrilla of Rare Scrilla, Alyze Sam of GIVE Nation, and Mad Bitcoins for a lively discussion about life under lockdown, keeping healthy during the coronavirus pandemic, and getting prepared for whatever may come. DJ J Scrilla dropped his latest track, "Faith In My Money ( Money Printer Go Brrr") from his upcoming album, "Sound Money." Tatiana and Emily shared some of their favorite products for staying healthy and prepared. We've included links to them below. Every purchase from these links will benefit Free Ross! Life StrawSelenium Black Gold Organic Potting SoilSoaraise Solar Charger GardenBasix Self-Watering Planter Great Lakes Collagen GelatinMonolaurinSAM-e SupplementsColloidal SilverLiposomal Vitamin CAshwagandha Barley Grass PowderRosehip PowderAcerola Cherry PowderBe sure to follow each of our guests on social media and tune in next week for part 2 of our Prepperpalooza broadcast!More Info:TatianaMoroz.comCrypto Media HubVaultoroFriends and Sponsors of the Show:eToroProof 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 listening to us on an affiliate network, the ideas and views expressed on this show, are not necessarily those of the network you are listening on, or of any sponsors or any affiliate products you may hear about on the show.
With more "high-throughput" blockchains launching in 2020, each promising to change the world, is transactional throughput the best way to think about these projects? Emre Teki…Ÿalp (@etekis) from O1 Labs joins me in discussing:The new layer 1 chains: Coda vs. Solana vs. PolkadotWhen "transactions per unit of decentralization" is the right metric to compare blockchainsHow Coda creates a constant-size blockchain that fits in your phoneHow blockchains can differentiate as competition heats upBTC: 3EFSLnPpme6Lo6DynN1bVV9owooueFvEmJETH: 0xdec40AA30B9C562aB4b839529BfC290C1B5Da61EResources:Do your crypto taxes in a few clicks: cointracker.io/a/blockcrunchCopy trade crypto on: etoro.usSubscribe to my essays here: jasonchoi.substack.comMusical credits:Transition track: "BHANGER" by Phortissimo. Used with permissionOutro track: "LEMMiNO - Infinity [Chill]" is released under a Creative Commons license (BY-SA) 4.0 Music provided by BreakingCopyright: https://youtu.be/uweorwa3q34Disclaimer: 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.
Location: SkypeDate: Monday, 23rd March Project: AmberRole: CEOIn late January, when the Chinese City of Wuhan was placed into a government-enforced lockdown to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. All non-essential businesses were closed, travel restricted, and people could only leave their home to buy food. While the measures put in place appeared extreme, they helped to '˜flatten the curve' and reduce the spread of the virus.Since then, the disease has spread rapidly throughout the rest of the world. Some governments have chosen to follow China, opting for widespread lockdowns. Italy implemented a nationwide quarantine in early March, Spain followed suit shortly after and the UK announced yesterday it was placing the country into lockdown.There are now 17 countries with lockdown measures in place. The hope is that by reducing the number of people infected, it will, in turn, lessen the strain on local healthcare systems and reduce the number of people dying from the disease.What is the cost of these draconian measures? Is it worth the impact on the economy and the erosion of civil liberties? Many Bitcoiners align themselves closely with Libertarianism and are against state intervention and therefore disagree with the restrictive measures put in place across the globe. We do though live in a democracy; if the will of the people supports these measures, then should they be supported?In this interview, I talk to Aleks Svetski, CEO at Amber and a passionate Bitcoiner. We discuss the COVID-19 coronavirus, state response to the pandemic, the economic impact and the threat to our civil liberties.
Host Tom Shaughnessy talks to Dan Held, Director of Business Development for Kraken Digital, and Paul Sztorc, an independent Bitcoiner. They debate the Bitcoin security model, with Paul feeling skeptical that fee rates will climb and Dan believing that fees are already growing and could subsidize Bitcoin security solutions.Dan's post (Bitcoin's Security is fine) and Paul's original post (Security Budget in the Long Run) for context on the episode.Key PointsThere's a significant debate about looking at transaction fees alone versus the full cryptocurrency exchange fee structure.It's important to look at volatility as a potential cost when transacting cryptocurrency.The network effect of an asset is one of its most important components.Support The ShowZenLedger is the official tax software of Chain Reaction for crypto investors and accountants. Get a 15% discount when you use code Chain15.To sponsor this top crypto research podcast, email Tom@DelphiDigital.io Disclosures: 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, STX, SNX, RUNE, sUSD and HNT. Let's 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. Guest host Kevin Kelly holds tokens in BTC, ETH, RUNE, and LEO.Music Attribution:Cosmos by From The Dust | https://soundcloud.com/ftdmusic
In Today's discussion we'll briefly talk about some of the knock-on, or second order affects which the coronavirus disruption is having on our world today, and which may continue into the future. Then for the meat of the show we'll dig into specific areas where bitcoin could, or perhaps is being improved with the creator of one of the most impactful peer to peer technologies in the world today.Shownotes for LTB! #433Topic 1 - Second Order Impacts of Coronavirus LockdownsSocial distancing and the revenge of the HikikomoriCoronavirus second order effectsIt's an extroverts world but we're all introverts this monthThe AOL moment for Zoom meetings and arguing the potatoInterpersonal compression, zoomers and enforced quality timeWill overall deaths go down because of pandemic lockdowns?The end of "Bus Mode" for Lyft and UberAutonomous vehicles, grocery deliveries and the last mile problemTampons, cocktail sausages and a very weird monthThis episode is sponsored by eToroA friendly government delivery service?Opportunities in sterilization and social changes that'll lastAutomated cleansing cycles and Far-UVCInternet infrastructure, Netflix social signaling and the recycling dilemmaMasks, headphones and the changing standard of social isolationTOPIC 2 - How the creator of BitTorrent thinks he's created a less wasteful, more distributed, more secure approach to Nakamoto ConsensusDecentralized systems and the critical success of BitTorrentNaming projects, vegetables and a list of grainsProof of Space and TimeWarehouses of computers, competitive money burning and Keynesian stimulusProof of Work works and that's a huge accomplishment, but could be betterCentralization, Nakamoto consensus and Proof of StakeMoats and losing the battle with ASIC-hard consensus algorithms"Grinding attacks" as the competitive strategyFundamental economics, storage capacity and the loopholeAirdrops for something over-resourced and under-provisionedLosing money on buying "farming" hardwareThe early days of bitcoin mining with CPUsPower and CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs, and ASICsHard Drives ,hard drives, hard drives and hard drivesStoring data as proof, but not people's data is like Proof of Work; the work isn't useful, it's just a measuring stick that doesn't need your name or a long term commitmentPrinting lottery tickets with ASICs vs. a hard drive full of bingo cardsProofs of Space need Proofs of TimeLess wasteful by using an underutilized resourceMore distributed because excess hard drive capacity is already distributed and there is no "ASIC" equivalent possible for hard drives. Just better or faster hard drivesMore secure because less wasteful and more distributed equal better security in distributed consensusBreaking, tweaking and proving proofs of time and spaceMiners don't run data centersUTXOs, message passing on-chain programming environments and walking a fine line between Bitcoin and EthereumRate limiting wallets and reversible paper walletsImproving colored coinsDecentralized exchange doesn't need decentralized exchangesFarming, pre-farming, farming rewards and trailing emissionsWhy pre-farm?Is it viable to farm with AWS?Carrying hundred dollar bills and Chia's business model involves loaning Tokens To Large International CompaniesCovenants replicate many banking system benefits without requiring banks or centralizationComplexity, Bitcoin Script and Protocol Level ImprovementsThis episode was sponsored by eToro.com, with music by Jared Rubens, Gurty Beats and Adam B. Levine. Today's show featured Bram Cohen, Andreas M. Antonopoulos, Stephanie Murphy, Jonathan Mohan and Adam B. Levine with editing by Jonas.
On this very special episode of Proof of Love, we are joined by Stephanie's husband David. The couple's love story began with their mutual interests in self-love, self-awareness, and personal growth.They first met as online friends in 2015, lost touch for a time and then rekindled their friendship over discussing personal growth goals, self-help interests, and opening up about their nightly dreams through a dream journal.David and Stephanie describe the emotional intimacy they experienced, which sparked a romantic interest that led to marriage. Learn how they keep their self-love practices going as a married couple now through yoga, meditation, and deep questions. They also share their best tips for improving self-love and self-awareness.Do you have a burning question, or a show idea for us? Please email us at tatiana@proofoflovecast.com!More Info:TatianaMoroz.comCrypto Media HubFriends and Sponsors of the Show:Let's Talk BitcoinThe Tatiana ShowRemember, 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 us on an affiliate network, the ideas and views expressed on this show, are not necessarily those of the network you are listening on, or of any sponsors or any affiliate products you may hear about on the show.
Description:'œIn the wake of the enormous money tsunami unleashed onto economies and societies, people have begun (rightfully) to start asking the question: What has become of money? Is money even worth anything any longer?' - Pascal
In the third part of the six-part series about Bitcoin in Africa you will hear from two early bitcoin adopters based in Harare. We speak aboutthe different usecases for bitcoin,how it can be exchanged to US Dollar and RTGS, what the obstacles and pros are, about regulation and what the two online entrepreneurs want to tell people outside of Africa.After the two interviews I will answer a listener's question about the possibilities for rural communities to use bitcoin."Do you think that Bitcoin can help the communities in Zimbabwe?""Yes, it can, as an innovation, I think it helps the community. I think, if there is investment in Bitcoin knowledge, there is investment in awareness, there is investment in the like, free knowledge about it, then people can can really come through to invest in Bitcoin, they can come through to even use it. Bitcoin is a good thing, but there is need for us to preach the good about it."Full transcript on the episode page
Ben and Collin are the creators of wtfhappenedin1971.com. They have dedicated a lot of time to studying monetary history, Austrian economics and bitcoin. Collin hosts the Bitcoin Echo Chamber podcast, a bitcoin pod I listen to and very much respect, and Ben has made many popular appearances on bitcoin pods, including here on this podcast last summer.@CitizenBitcoin on Twitter Citizen Bitcoin PodcastCitizen Bitcoin Layer One merch collectionBitcoiner's BestMusic: Moon in the Sky by HobotekLinks from the episode:Swan Signal PodcastSwan Bitcoin - The Best Way to Buy Bitcoin
Shinobi is the cohost of the Block Digest podcast, and a well-known Twitter troll. He was the first person that I knew that was prepping and warning others to prep. I ask him why, which brings us to a conversation about the potential shift in geopolitics that the coronacrisis might just result in.Recorded: Sunday the 29th of March, 2020.Donations: bc1qal9apw4nh8mf3jcp84nqu5us5jnk65n4ya8qxh
Host Tom Shaughnessy talks to Kathleen Breitman, the co-founder of Tezos and Coase, whose first game is Emergents, a highly anticipated blockchain base game. After following Tezos for years, it was incredible to be able to talk with Kathleen about her journey. We covered a lot on Tezos, layer-1 blockchains, governance and upgrading mechanisms. Post this, we discussed Coase and Emergents, all of the details that go into designing a blockchain based game from cards and designs to game play and even Magic the Gathering. This conversation was an absolute blast. Kathleen's BIO:Kathleen Breitman is the co-founder of Tezos, a blockchain-based smart contract platform with an on-chain governance mechanism to coordinate and push upgrades to its network. Previously, she was a senior strategy associate for R3, a blockchain consortium of more than 70 financial firms. She has also worked at Accenture, Bridgewater Associates and the Wall Street Journal.Support The ShowZenLedger is the official tax software of Chain Reaction for crypto investors and accountants. Get a 15% discount when you use code Chain15.To sponsor this top crypto research podcast, email Tom@DelphiDigital.io Disclosures: 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, STX, SNX, RUNE, sUSD and HNT. Let's 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. Guest host Kevin Kelly holds tokens in BTC, ETH, RUNE, and LEO.Music Attribution:Cosmos by From The Dust | https://soundcloud.com/ftdmusic
While many in mainstream markets were panicking as President Trump's travel ban sent shockwaves across the global economy, Bitcoin traders on Coinbase were mobilizing funds to buy the dip, according to a report published March 31st.
COVID-19 has put the world on temporary lockdown and is sending global economies into recession. Arca Funds CIO Jeff Dorman, Wall Street trader and portfolio manager of 13 years and fintech entrepreneur of 5, joins me in discussing:How crypto will do during a recessionWhat we can expect in the coming 18 monthsHow the "digital gold" narrative will adaptWhy fundamentals will start to matter again in equities and cryptoHost: Jason Choi (@MrJasonChoi). If you enjoyed the show, consider tipping! This show is not financial advice.BTC: 3EFSLnPpme6Lo6DynN1bVV9owooueFvEmJETH: 0xdec40AA30B9C562aB4b839529BfC290C1B5Da61EResources:Do your crypto taxes in a few clicks: cointracker.io/a/blockcrunchCopy trade crypto on: etoro.usSubscribe to my essays here: jasonchoi.substack.comMusical credits:Transition track: "BHANGER" by Phortissimo. Used with permissionOutro track: "LEMMiNO - Infinity [Chill]" is released under a Creative Commons license (BY-SA) 4.0 Music provided by BreakingCopyright: https://youtu.be/uweorwa3q34Disclaimer: 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.
Luke Mulks from the innovative new web browser, Brave, returns to The Tatiana Show.Brave, the privacy focused web browser, is on a mission is to fix the web by giving users a safer, faster, and better browsing experience while growing support for content creators through a new attention-based ecosystem of rewards.Tatiana and Luke discuss the importance of privacy in the digital age and the steps Brave takes to make sure privacy is their number one priority, why the companies in Silicon Valley are not as competitive with each other as people think, and how Google and Facebook's privacy settings are not really keeping your data from being collected.Luke describes the Brave Rewards system where a user can earn BAT tokens for viewing privacy respecting ads, how to fund the content creator and publishers you enjoy and visit the most with BAT, and how Brave is giving back in this time of the COVID19 crisis by working with non- profits such as No Kid Hungry.About the Guests:Luke Mulks has founded multiple businesses of his own, worked for others, freelanced, taught, worked in print publishing, print production, photography, video, audio, illustration, web design, development, user experience, client services, ad ops, ad products, strategic planning, product integration, product support and incident response. He is a true Jack-of-all-trades.He is currently the director of business development for the privacy focused web browser, Brave.More Info:BravePREPPERPALOOZATatianaMoroz.comCrypto Media HubVaultoroFriends and Sponsors of the Show:Proof of LoveeToro*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 us on an affiliate network, the ideas and views expressed on this show, are not necessarily those of the network you are listening on, or of any sponsors or any affiliate products you may hear about on the show.
David and Christian take time to reflect on recent news, and discuss what they are bracing for in times ahead.‚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
Location: BedfordDate: Tuesday, 17th MarchProject: MyjamRole: CEOIn 2011, growing levels of unrest over lack of employment, political freedom and high levels of corruption in Syria led to a small number of pro-democracy demonstrations.Inspired by the ongoing Arab Spring revolution in nearby countries, the movement began gaining traction within Syria. The Syrian government retaliated with deadly force, leading to widespread calls for the president Bashar al-Assad to resign.Disdain for the government grew, and with it, the government's attempts at suppression intensified, escalating into a civil war that has now gripped the country for over nine years. It is no longer a case of for/against Assad as numerous groups and nations have been dragged into the conflict. The Syrian civil war is the second most deadly in the 21st century and has displaced millions. The total number of Syrian refugees is predicted to be over nine million with many heading to Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt, with many migrating through Europe.For the people of Syria, Bitcoin offers enormous advantages over cash. Within Syria, a large percentage of the population does not have access to banking services, and the Syrian Lira suffers from high inflation. For refugees, there is a risk of theft and confiscation as they make their way to new countries. Once settled, Bitcoin is also a perfect tool for remittances to their families back in Syria.In this interview, I talk to Moe Ghashim, a Syrian Bitcoiner now living in the UK. We discuss the ongoing civil war in Syria, the devastating physical and economic damage to the country, and how Bitcoin is a perfect tool to help refugees.
Host Tom Shaughnessy talks to Pat Larsen, CEO, and co-founder of ZenLedger. They discuss the issues with filing taxes when you have cryptocurrencies, what gaps ZenLedger fills, possible future use cases, and more.Key PointsMost CPAs have no idea how to handle cryptocurrency in tax filings.Using ZenLedger saves you hours of aggregating information manually.Tweetable Quotes'œThe IRS obviously cares. They've sent out tens of thousands of warning letters. They're using blockchain analytic software. So I think the enforcement actions are stepping up, there will be audits, so you just want to take care of yourself.' '"Pat Larsen'œAt its core, we're saving you time, we're giving you accurate reports, and we're giving you peace of mind whether you're in a corporate capacity or an individual capacity.' '"Pat Larsen'œYou're going big wave surfing & you just have to pick a place that has good waves & you need to trust that you've trained with your skills to be able to ride those waves, & if you fall down as you inevitably will, that you're gonna get back up & ride another wave.' '"Pat LarsenSupport The ShowZenLedger is the official tax software of Chain Reaction for crypto investors and accountants. Get a 15% discount when you use code Chain15.To sponsor this top crypto research podcast, email Tom@DelphiDigital.io Disclosures: 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, STX, SNX, RUNE, sUSD and HNT. Let's 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. Guest host Kevin Kelly holds tokens in BTC, ETH, RUNE, and LEO.Music Attribution:Cosmos by From The Dust | https://soundcloud.com/ftdmusic
Welcome to episode 76 of‚The Bitcoin Game, sponsored by eToro. I'm Rob Mitchell.Today's interview is with Andrew Tierney, otherwise known online as Cybergibbons. Andrew hacks everything from oil rigs at his day job, to Cryptocurrency hardware wallets and smart locks in his free time. We conducted this interview a bit before COVID-19 had taken over the planet, back in the good old days (a few weeks ago), when we were more worried about malware than going to the grocery store without an N95 mask. Andrew and I discuss hacking hardware wallets, general security, IoT devices, home routers, his day job as a hacker for hire, and other stuff too. I hope you enjoy!EPISODE LINKSAndrew's Twitterhttps://twitter.com/cybergibbonsAndrew's Bloghttps://cybergibbons.comPen Test Partnershttps://www.pentestpartners.comBitfi Hardware Wallet Hack Articlehttps://techcrunch.com/2018/08/30/john-mcafees-unhackable-bitfi-wallet-got-hacked-againAbe Snowmanhttps://twitter.com/AbeSnowmanOversofthttps://twitter.com/oversoftnlSaleemhttps://twitter.com/saleemrash1dShadow Opshttps://twitter.com/Shadow0pzTrezorhttps://trezor.ioLedgerhttps://www.ledger.comBC Vaulthttps://bc-vault.com/shop/bc-vaultMultisighttps://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/MultisignatureShamir's Secret Sharinghttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shamir%27s_Secret_SharingSecure Element (blog post)https://www.intrinsic-id.com/pros-cons-secure-elementsPen Testhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penetration_testCaravan Multisig (Unchained Capital)https://unchained-capital.com/blog/the-caravan-arrivesRubber Duckyhttps://latesthackingnews.com/2017/06/16/20456OpenWrthttps://openwrt.orgTomatohttps://advancedtomato.comUbiquiti Routershttps://www.ui.com/products/#edgemaxTHE BITCOIN GAME IS SPONSORED BY ETOROAre you interested in getting into the cryptocurrency markets but don't know where to start building your portfolio? eToro has the answer for you. It's called CopyTrader. 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 was created by me, or is from a jam with me, Mike Coleman and Steve Lunn.The Bitcoin Game box art was created from an illustration by Rock Barcellos.Lightning Network tips:https://tippin.me/@TheBTCGameBitcoin tipping address:3AYvXZseExRn3Dum8z9tFUk9jtQK6KMU4gNote: We migrated our RSS feed (and primary content host) to Libsyn; SoundCloud is just a legacy feed.
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