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The Tatiana Show Ep. 166 Chris Karabats and Lily & John of Anarchaforko
On this episode, we hear from the organizers of the Anarchaforko, Lily Forestor and John Galton. This unique conference is taking place in Acapulco, Mexico on February 22-24 and aiming to offer the attendees the chance to create their own experience. Use my code: Tatiana to receive a 15% off discount on Then we get the inside scoop from Chris Karabats of SmartCash who is supporting my performance at Anarchaforko and making it all possible. SmartCash has been supporting a lot of amazing content creators in the space, especially those with a voice advocating freedom, so I was really interested to learn what makes this project special. Tune in, and hear for yourself!About the Guests:Chris "Zaphoid" Karabats joined SmartCash as part of the support hive in early 2018 after leaving a 12 year career in IT. Chris purchased his first Bitcoin in 2013 and has been enthusiastic about how sound money cryptocurrency can help usher in the next renaissance of human development sence. He believes SmartCash is a strong player in the crypto as money space, and it's strong focus on adoption and usage as a currency backed by sound economic principles, self funding, and decentralized governance sets it apart. Lily Forester and John Galton are the organizers of Anarchaforko which is the original fork of Anarchapulco intended to decentralize the conference structure and return the anarchists to Acapulco Bay. Our DIY conference structure is intended to promote a free market of goods, services and ideas all in the dynamic coastal city that is Acapulco, Mexico. Our main events will be February 17, 22-24 at Hotel Copacabana with several weeks of other events throughout the bay.More Sponsors of the
#270 : Looking Back on 5 Years of Epicenter
Epicenter turned 5 years old this month '" that's a long time in the blockchain space! When the podcast began in January 2014, the entire ecosystem was made up of only Bitcoin and a handful of altcoins. Soon after, the Ethereum white paper was published which ushered in a new era of crypto assets and decentralized applications. Since then, we have released 270 episodes and interviewed some of the leading thinkers, entrepreneurs, and engineers in the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry. Needless to say, we have learned a lot about the blockchain industry, but also what it takes to run a successful podcast in this space.This week, we look back on the early days of Epicenter and how the podcast has evolved over the years. We also answer your questions in our first ever AMA. Finally, we take stock of 2018 and the trends that marked this past year.Sponsors: Azure: Deploy enterprise-ready consortium blockchain networks that scale in just a few clicksSupport the show, consider donating: BTC: 1CD83r9EzFinDNWwmRW4ssgCbhsM5bxXwg ( 1M4dvWxjL5N9WniNtatKtxW7RcGV73TQTd ( 0x8cdb49ca5103Ce06717C4daBBFD4857183f50935 ( episode is also available on :Epicenter.tvYouTubeSouncloudWatch or listen, Epicenter is available wherever podcasts are distributed.Epicenter is hosted by Brian Fabian Crain, Sƒbastien Couture, Meher Roy, Sunny Aggarwal & Friederike Ernst.
What Bitcoin Did #64 Defending Bitcoin With John Carvalho
'œShitcoins are called shitcoins because they are shit compared to Bitcoin.''" John CarvalhoInterview location: SkypeInterview date: Wednesday 2nd Jan, 2018Company: BitrefilThe Bitcoin protocol is now over 10 years old and in that time Bitcoin has been attacked on numerous fronts:Government crackdownsMt Gox collapse and breakdown of investor confidenceThe closing of the Silk RoadBlockchain, not Bitcoin narrativeS2X attempted corporate takeoverHigh profile forks such as Bitcoin CashThe success of Bitcoin for early investors has triggered the greed in others to attempt to replicate its success or find a use for the blockchain. Also, the inherent features of Bitcoin such as censorship resistance and pseudo-anonymity are a perceived threat to governments.Bitcoin's survival is in part down to the dedicated army of those who feel a need to defend it, whether it is developers conscious efforts to ensure the protocol is free from bugs to voices who stand up and fight when individuals and groups try and exert too much control over the future of Bitcoin.One such person is John Carvalho, an often harsh voice in the world of Bitcoin. During the scaling debate, John was a regular on the mailing list discussions standing up for Bitcoin and pointing out the wrongs of those attempting to take control of the protocol.In this interview, I discuss with John why he feels the need to defend Bitcoin, the different types of attacks and why most people should not be trading.This episode is also on:iTunesYoutubeStitcherGoogle PlayTuneInListen to more What Bitcoin Did episodes
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