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Microsoft has a history of funding and developing with open source systems, and has started a new project called ION, trying to make a universal, decentralized system secured by Bitcoin, for managing and proving identities available to the globe. What are the goals and mindset behind this project, and how is Microsoft planning for its future, and the future of the Bitcoin ecosystem? Find out in today's article by Colin Harper discussing the ION system with Daniel Buchner, the project lead!Another of the constantly amazing content available thanks to the team at Bitcoin Magazine! Check out Colin's previous article getting into details of how the ION system will work. A huge thanks to the LTB Network for partnering with the show and helping to get the Audible of Bitcoin to everyone! Support the show by becoming a patron and get access to the Cryptoconomy Telegram Crew! patreon.com/thecryptconomy
During this NSFW episode of #ProofOfLove, Dr. Stephanie Murphy regales listeners with an uncomfy story about how medical students practice sensitive exams, somehow, leading co-hosts Tatiana Moroz and Lauren Kaszovitz into discussion about what to do with engagement or wedding rings if you break up, our thoughts on prenup agreements, and on faking orgasms. You might be surprised where the ladies land on each of these topics. Tell us what you think!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:Lets 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 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.
Welcome to episode 75 of‚The Bitcoin Game, sponsored by eToro. I'm Rob Mitchell.I started podcasting in late 2014, and one of the greatest things to happen in those early episodes was landing an exclusive longform interview with Dr. Jochen "Johoe" Hoenicke, the 2014 Bitcoin Hero. Badass white hat Bitcoin hacker Johoe (at least that's what I call him) rescued insecure Bitcoin UTXOs from Blockchain.info wallets before they could be taken by less-scrupulous hackers. This was after his contributions to understanding the RNG issues with Android Bitcoin wallets in 2013. He also rescued insecure Bitcoin from one other platform, which he admits for the first time in this interview. Some months after this interview, Johoe responsibly published a side-channel attack on a TREZOR, which eventually led to Satoshi Labs hiring him as a TREZOR Cryptographer. Johoe's Bitcoin mempool stats site is yet another contribution he's made to the space.This is the only audio (or video) interview with Johoe that I'm aware of, and it's worth a listen if you didn't catch it the first time. It's even educational, as Johoe explains concepts like how Bitcoin signatures work and what specifically went wrong with various wallets, in a way that's accessible for non-technical people like myself.Hope you enjoy my first "rebroadcast" to celebrate 75!EPISODE LINKSJohoe first addresses repeating R value issue due to 2013 Android RNG bug https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=251743.msg2890179#msg2890179Counterparty Bug first addressed by Johoe on BitcoinTalk.orghttps://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=581411.msg6354731#msg6354731Johoe discovers the recently compromised Blockchain.info addresseshttps://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=581411.msg9774894#msg9774894Blockchain.info Wallethttps://blockchain.info/walletCoinbasehttps://www.coinbase.comCounterparty Wallethttps://counterwallet.ioJohoe demonstrates TREZOR side channel attack (April 2015)https://jochen-hoenicke.de/crypto/trezor-power-analysisSatoshi Labs announces hiring Johoe as TREZOR Cryptographerhttps://blog.trezor.io/ethical-hacker-and-bitcoin-hero-johoe-joins-satoshilabs-as-trezor-cryptographer-36c9a6b10d52 Johoe's Bitcoin Mempool Statistics sitehttps://jochen-hoenicke.de/queue/#0,allTHE 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.
Alex Gladstein joins me to discuss the Orwellian future that wasn't - because bitcoin exists. We take a deep dive into the state of privacy in the world today, what it would look like in an Orwellian future without bitcoin and how bitcoin is changing the privacy game in favor of the individual.Links from the episode: Citizen Bitcoin on TwitterCitizen Bitcoin PodcastAlex on TwitterHuman Rights FoundationMusic: Moon in the Sky by Hobotek
Famously of neutral opinions in the Crypto-sphere, Andreas Antonopolous comes to give his POV about the Ethereum vs. Bitcoin debateDavid asks Andreas his opinion on if Bitcoin is expressive enough to host a financial systemChristian asks Andreas what the Bitcoin and Ethereum communities get right and get wrong.We ask Andreas if he subscribes to a one-money world![SPONSOR]‚eToro - Sign up for the best trading in CryptoUnchained Capital - Easy BTC multi sig cold storage and BTC backed loans.Send Bitcoin: 3P1kkSBdsc2vPWXin3h6bdVeTS4BzXdNG1Send Ether: POVCrypto.ethPlease 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: Caracas, Venezuela Date: Thursday, 13th February Project: Cointelegraph Role: JournalistVenezuela is many years into a political and economic crisis. Rooted in the Hugo Chavez presidency and continued by Nicolas Maduro, Venezuela is a mafia dictatorship wearing the cloak of socialism. Years of economic mismanagement and corruption has led to financial disaster in Venezuelan, comparatively worse than the Great Depression, Zimbabwe's 2008'"2009 hyperinflation crisis and the breakup of the Soviet Union. Hyperinflation led to significant growth in poverty, starvation and mass migration, with millions leaving the country. With the collapse of the currency, many Bitcoiners, including myself, asked whether Bitcoin could help. Could Bitcoin reduce the impact of hyperinflation? Could locals mine Bitcoin at low energy costs to earn an income? I visited Venezuela to find out.In this interview, I talk to Javier Bastardo, a journalist for Cointelegraph, based in Caracas, Venezuela. We discuss Venezuela's political and economic situation, hyperinflation and the reality of Bitcoin adoption in the country.
Randy Brito is the founder of bitcoinvenezuela.com and the CEO of Locha Mesh. In 2012 he started publishing educational material about Bitcoin in Spanish and translated the interface of the Electrum Wallet. We are talking about the economical situation in Venezuela, how authorities extorted miners in 2015 and how people are using bitcoin today.We talk about:Started bitcoinvenezuela.com in 2012Economic situation VenezuelaSpanish translator for electrum wallet 2012Bitcoin is used to get money in and out of VenezuelaMost liquid currency in Venezuela in the momentHow people buy online in the US and get delivered to the border~ 300.000 people use bitcoinPeople fled Venezuela with their families with the help of bitcoin2015 authorities extorted minersOrigin of the PetroSeized mining devices are used by the government
From 2012 to 2014, Bitcoin Magazine produced 22 print issues covering the burgeoning technology, its budding culture and potential impact. This week, Colin and Peter revisit some of those stories with updates, reflections and new commentary.The Stories of Bitcoin Magazine Revisited:Where Mainstream Media Gets Bitcoin WrongDespite Utility, Bitcoin Cannot Fix VenezuelaInfographic: Compromised Bitcoin Exchange Events
Host Tom Shaughnessy talks to Brooke Pollack, Founder and Managing Partner of Hutt Capital. They discuss the differences between traditional VC funds and VC within blockchain, how Hutt Capital chooses investments and more.Episode Highlights:After a lot of work with investing and VC, Brooke steered Greenspring Associates into work with crypto and blockchain before eventually founding Hutt Capital.In his work with very wealthy families as clients, Brooke had trouble convincing them to invest in Bitcoin and digital currencies because they prefer something tangible, so he needed to do a lot of educating.Blockchain is growing its market share of VC deal activity.There were over 600 blockchain deals in 2019.Brooke thinks the tipping point for when larger firms will have to stop ignoring crypto is when they're forced to pay attention to the returns they see happening that they want to have a part of.Hutt's goal is to provide diversified exposure to blockchain in a low-risk, low-volatility way.They invest in startup funds and then use that revenue to directly invest in the best companies.When deciding what to invest in, Brooke looks for insight from his network and the reputation of the companies.Hutt has a global outlook.In choosing what to invest in, in the blockchain space, you don't have the track record or long-term reputation to look at because most of these companies haven't existed for very long, and if they have, the market has changed massively in that time.All of this decision making is done through relationship building, which can take years.One of the biggest structural changes to venture funds has been the advent of hybrid funds that call themselves venture funds, but are actually just less liquid versions of hedge funds.Most people will simply not invest in your first fund, so take a long view of those relationships.It's hard to prove your qualifications to invest in this space without having done it.Key Points:There is a high level of self-educating that is required to enter into the blockchain space.Hutt Capital seeks to provide an entry point to blockchain investing that is low-risk and low-volatility.Choosing funds is all about relationship building.Quotes:'œI think it'll happen sooner than later. I think the education process a lot of these groups are going through over the next year or two will lead to meaningfully more institutional capital coming into the space.' '"Brooke Pollack'œLooking at funds in this space versus general venture investing, you don't have the breadth of a track record to go off of' Most of these funds haven't been around for more than a couple of years.' '"Brooke Pollack 'œIt's hard to prove that you can be successful as an investor in this space if you have not yet been an investor in this space.' '"Brooke PollackSupport The Show:ZenLedger is the official tax software of Chain Reaction for crypto investors and accountants. Get a 15% discount when you use code Chain15.Check out eToro to Create Your Perfect Crypto PortfolioVisit Delta Exchange For A $10 Welcome BonusDisclosures: 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.
Speaking to CNBC the VC investor and serial Bitcoin proponent revealed that he had significantly added to his crypto holdings since last year. When quizzed about exactly how far his faith in Bitcoin extended, he responded It's a lot, it's a lot, a lot.DISCLAIMER: This article should not be taken as is, and is not intended to provide, investment advice.
TTS Ep. 246 Kenn Bosak

TTS Ep. 246 Kenn Bosak

2020-02-2600:33:22

On a special combo cast of The Tatiana Show and Hodlcast with Sasha Hodler, we sat down with Kenn Bosak at the North American Bitcoin Conference in Miami.Video games already have extensive currency systems which sometimes bleed into physical assets. Everything from social media to dating has adopted gaming etiquette, or lack thereof. While we debate the social impact of gaming and online interaction, Kenn Bosak praises the communal distribution and use of cryptocurrency along with the massive potential to distribute cryptocurrency among the gaming community.About the Guests:Kenn Bosak is a 31yo Cryptocurrency Maximalist. Living 100% off Crypto. 4yo Bitcoin Podcast host. Interviewing guests on a daily basis. Consultant to multiple blockchain projects. Sponsored by MonarchToken.io CryptoMining.Tools DiviProject.org & CoinFlip.TechMore Info:TatianaMoroz.comCryptoMediaHub.comhttps://www.sashahodler.com/https://kennbosak.com/https://www.btcmiami.com/Friends and Sponsors of the Show:eToroVaultoro.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.
In this very special episode, Ben Sparango (@bennybitcons) from Multicoin Capital and Christian Keroles (@CK_SNARKS) debate the most common critiques for DeFi:DeFi can't scale beyond speculationDeFi can't bank the unbankedComposability is a ticking time bombThe "skeumorphism" of DeFiSubscribe 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 are available at jasonchoi.me and‚spartangroup.io/disclaimer
In this episode, Dave Hollerith speaks with Coinfloor's Obi Nwosu and Blockstack's Muneeb Ali, two leaders who have run companies in the community since 2013. Coinfloor is the U.k.'s largest cryptocurrency exchange while Blockstack is a developer platform and network trying to build a new internet. Though different in what types of product they offer, both companies are taking innovative and even perhaps opposing strategies for how they can and should successfully leverage Bitcoin.Obi Nwosu Interview:Proof of ReservesWhy Coinfloor delisted Eth Obi's take on why users have more power than exchanges.Why Coinfloor wants Bitcoin buying to be safe, easy and without b.s.Muneeb Ali Interview:How the stacks 2.0 will relate to BitcoinAddressing the skepticism around Blockstack's milestone growth The more private internet Blockstack is building Blockstack is pretty much the real Pied Piper from the HBO series Silicon ValleyResources:Coinfloor's No BS Approach to Bitcoin BuyingCoinfloor's Monthly Proof of Reserves Proves SolvencyBlockstack's Proof of TransferMuneeb Ali on the Inevitable blending of money, data and the new internetTwitter:Obi Nwosu (@obi)Muneeb Ali (@muneeb)Dave Hollerith (@dshollers)Bitcoin MagazineSponsors: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.
During a speech, Godfrey Bloom, former member of the European Parliament said, All the banks are broke.He continued by asking, Why are they broke?Answering, It isn't an act of God.It isn't some sort of tsunami.They're broke because we have a system called fractional reserve banking.DISCLAIMER: This article should not be taken as is, and is not intended to provide, investment advice.
The best Sundays are for long reads and deep conversations. Earlier this week theLet's Talk Bitcoin! Showgathered to discuss catalysts and CEOS in the world of blockchain projects, the organizational and organic structures of decentralization and to wonder whether crypto even needs Satoshi-like catalysts now that the fire of blockchain burns bright.Episode Sponsors:Brave.comandeToro.comOn today's podcast we continue the discussion, applying concepts and stories from"The Spider and the Starfish: The Unstoppable Power of Leaderless Organizations", a formational book on pre-blockchain decentralization written in the early 2000's, as the centralized US military struggled to effectively dispatch a much smaller decentralized force in Afghanistan. While the battlefield is different, the insight is perhaps even more relevant to the world of blockchain projects, their decentralized origins and ambitions.Want more?Catch up on 7 years of Let's Talk Bitcoin!Credits for LTB#428This episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin! is sponsored byBrave.comandeToro.com.This episode featuredStephanie Murphy,Andreas M. Antonopoulos,Jonathan Mohanand Adam B. Levine for a hot minute.Today's episode was produced by Adam B. Levine, edited by Jonas with music provided byJared Rubens,From Ether Musicandgeneral fuzz.Would you like to Sponsor a future episode of the Let's Talk Bitcoin! show? Do you have any questions or comments? Emailadam@ltbshow.com
"Bitcoin is a movement founded on individual monetary sovereignty, transparency and peer-to-peer auditability enabled by a breakthrough in technology. [...] The technology to provide auditability and transparency for bitcoin held in custody has been inherent to the protocol from its inception. However, the industry has been slow to incorporate"-Mauricio Di BartolomeoBitcoin, as a new asset class, provides us with one of the most powerful tools for financial security in a custodial context: cryptographic proofs of reserve. We would be foolish to not make use of it. Let us not repeat the mistakes of the past.Another great piece from Bitcoin Magazine to shine light on a critical issue for a future with sustainable sound money. Don't miss the short article and Guy's take to follow! Link to the original below: Why Proof Of Reserves Is Important to BitcoinA huge thanks to the LTBNetwork. Don't forget to check out the tons of other great shows on their platform!Other's mentioned in the show: 2019 Saw the Most Exchange Hacks Ever Nic Carter's Tweets on PoR
Host Tom Shaughnessy talks to Omer Ozden and Kevin O'Brien, CEO and Managing Director of Rocktree Capital, respectively. They discuss the China blockchain market versus the US, tech innovation, the move to cashless economies, and more. Key PointsUS tech innovation is stifled by regulatory restrictions as compared to China.It's of the utmost importance to be sure you're legally compliant from the beginning to avoid huge problems later.China is at the forefront of a global movement towards cashless economies.Episode HighlightsRocktree Capital's biggest presence is in China.Presence in China is important for liquidity and capital.If New York is the fastest market in the US, China moves even faster.Rocktree Capital aims to be a bridge to unite the US and China blockchain markets.All Western companies need to have a China strategy.The best innovators come from the US but our regulatory systems are prohibitive and are making us lose to China in tech.Analysts in the US get very little of their research and analysis from China; maybe only 15% is reliable information.Bitcoin is just as important in Asian countries as it is in the US.DCP is the legal digital currency of China with P2P settlement, and Omer doesn't predict it will take long for widespread adoption because China is already a primarily cashless economy.Other Asian and African countries will move in the cashless direction over the next few years.There will likely be some government investment in blockchain but there will be more private investing.What does coronavirus mean for crypto in China?Support The Show:ZenLedger is the official tax software of Chain Reaction for crypto investors and accountants. Get a 15% discount when you use code Chain15.Check out eToro to Create Your Perfect Crypto PortfolioDisclosures: 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.
How do you talk about an ex gracefully?What do you do when a friend begins dating an old flame and asks your advice?How can you come off not looking like the crazy ex who still has feelings?On this episode of Proof of Love, co-hosts Dr. Stephanie Murphy and Lauren Kaszovitz have a Q&A session on how to handle discussing ex's and what or what not to say to friends who are dating former partners. The ladies share some real life examples from their past when they've been confronted with these issues.What To Listen For:Is it your place to tell a friend that their partner is bad for them or unfaithful? If you know they have a checkered past, is it your responsibility to inform them?Is it better to allow people to make mistakes and learn the hard way or attempt to offer them guidance?Stephanie and Lauren also dish on their recent romances and how trusting your gut instincts could be the solution to relationship issues.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.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.
Pascal Hƒgli is a journalist working with financialmedia AG. He focuses on the topic of finance and economics. As such he considers himself as a life-long student trying to get a real understanding of the world. He's the author of 'œIgnore at your own risk: the new decentralized world of Bitcoin and Blockchain'. He is also a lecturer at HWZ and moderates as well as debates in public.We talk about:Bitcoin is a social phenomenonProblems with bankingCredit expansion and the next crisisBitcoin's capped supplyFinancial oppression is growingBitcoin as a checkHuman mankind's mind is maybe not made for bitcoinFacebooks Libra is Fiat 2.0Monetary colonialismTokenization and local currenciesCan Stablecoins be stable?Central Bank Digital CurrenciesMMT Modern Monetary Theory
Bitcoin has consolidated above $10,000 this week and that's a nice amount for one Bitcoin, so you might be wondering how many people actually hold at least 1 Bitcoin.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!

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Dmitrij Archipov

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

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GetRekt

Trump 2020 in a landslide.

May 29th
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apndali

great

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