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Bitcoin OG’s McCormack and Ali weigh in on Bitcoin’s functionality and market dominance. Sponsored by BitGo. Today's "All About Bitcoin" segment was broadcast live from Consensus 2024 in Austin, Texas. It featured Bitcoin OGs Peter McCormack and Muneeb Ali discussing Bitcoin Layer 2 solutions and the growth of the Bitcoin ETF market.Chapters00:00 Bitcoin Layer 2 Solutions07:22 Bitcoin's Dominance and Core Principles23:08 Differentiating ETFs28:02 Bitcoin ETFs and Investor InterestLINKS | BitGo Peter McCormack Muneeb Ali -This episode was hosted by Jennifer Sanasie and Sam Kessler. “Markets Daily” is produced by the CoinDesk team: production assistant Victor Chen, senior producer Michele Musso, executive producer Jared Schwartz, and Senior Booker, Melissa Montañez. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Host Michele Musso breaks down the latest news in the crypto industry from the U.S. CPI report to former President Donald Trump's comments on bitcoin mining.To get the show every day, follow the podcast here."CoinDesk Daily" host Michele Musso breaks down the biggest headlines impacting the crypto industry today, as bitcoin climbs back up on lower-than-expected U.S. CPI data. Plus, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said that he wants all the remaining bitcoin to be made in the U.S. and MetaMask adds "pooled staking" feature.-This episode was hosted by Helene Braun. “First Mover” is produced by Jennifer Sanasie and Melissa Montañez and edited by Victor Chen.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Robinhood spent $200 million to acquire Bitstamp and expand its crypto operations to the EU. But it won’t stop there.Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pods, Fountain, Overcast, Podcast Addict, Pocket Casts, Castbox, Amazon Music, or on your favorite podcast platform.Robinhood has been in the spotlight for its $200 million acquisition of European crypto exchange Bitstamp. The TradFi app’s venture into crypto is paying off: its recent earnings showed that revenue is growing substantially, and the Bitstamp acquisition is just one way the company will grow the pie.Johann Kerbrat, general manager of Robinhood Crypto, came on the show to discuss the acquisition, Robinhood's plans for expanding its crypto business internationally and into the institutional market, the company's approach to listing crypto assets, how regulation has affected its business decisions, and its efforts to bridge traditional finance and decentralized finance.Show highlights:How the acquisition of Bitstamp will reshape RobinhoodWhether Robinhood could list more coins and whether it’s considering more acquisitionsWhether the U.S.’s unclear crypto regulation influenced the decision to acquire Bitstamp and which other jurisdictions, besides the EU, Robinhood Crypto is eyeingWhy Johann was disappointed by the Wells notice Robinhood received from the SECJohann’s U.S. crypto regulation wish list and why Robinhood supports the FIT21 billWhy Robinhood delisted ADA, MATIC, and SOL, and the process for listing or delisting a coin on the platformJohann’s background in crypto and trajectory at Robinhood CryptoHow Robinhood is uniquely poised to help bring real-world assets and securities onchain, and how it will handle offerings for institutional investorsThe impact and importance of the introduction of spot bitcoin ETFsWhy Robinhood decided to offer staking, but only for Solana, not EthereumWhether there’s demand for crypto-native features in the Robinhood platformRobinhood’s collaboration with Arbitrum and whether the company might build their own Layer 2Johann’s take on the memecoin mania and whether Robinhood could list themWhat Johann thinks about the political fight around crypto in the U.S.Visit our website for breaking news, analysis, op-eds, articles to learn about crypto, and much more: unchainedcrypto.comThank you to our sponsors!PolkadotGuest:Johann Kerbrat, general manager of Robinhood CryptoLinksAcquisition of Bitstamp: Unchained: Q&A With Robinhood Crypto General Manager: Why the Crypto Giant Went to the EUFortune: Robinhood defies the SEC by forking over $200 million for a crypto exchangeDL News: Robinhood crypto head says Bitstamp will help lure wealthy investorsRobinhood’s crypto business:Bloomberg: Robinhood (HOOD) Profit Beats Estimates as Crypto Revenue SurgesRobinhood Reports First Quarter 2024 ResultsRegulatory actions:Reuters: Robinhood Crypto gets Wells notice from US SEC Robinhood Crypto Launches Staking in Europe with Localized Apps to FollowMemecoin maniaUnchained: Celebrity Tokens Continue to Bleed With Some Memecoin Traders Losing Six-Figures Why Memecoins Have Been 2024's Most Profitable Crypto Trade: Ansem and KelxyzEther ETFs:Unchained: Ethereum ETFs Likely Protect Ether From the SEC. But What About Staked ETH? Why the SEC May Not Be Done in Its Legal Battles Over EthereumKerbrat’s statement on ETFs-Unchained Podcast is Produced by Laura Shin Media, LLC.  Distributed by CoinDesk. Senior Producer is Michele Musso and Executive Producer is Jared Schwartz. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Host Helene Braun breaks down the latest news in the crypto industry from Crypto.com's moves in Ireland to the drop in AI tokens after the Apple event.To get the show every day, follow the podcast here."CoinDesk Daily" host Helene Braun breaks down the biggest headlines impacting the crypto industry today, as Crypto.com received the green light to register in Ireland as a virtual asset service provider. Plus, the latest price moves in AI-related tokens after Apple's event and Fireblocks' partnership with Coinbase International Exchange.-This episode was hosted by Helene Braun. “First Mover” is produced by Jennifer Sanasie and Melissa Montañez and edited by Victor Chen.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Consensus is moving to Toronto in 2025 and City Councillor Shelley Carroll discusses the rapid growth in the tech sector of Toronto. To get the show every day, follow the podcast here.Today's episode is sponsored by BitGo.Toronto City Councillor Shelley Carroll joins CoinDesk Live at Consensus 2024 to discuss the robust growth in the city's tech sector and the significance of Web3 and blockchain technologies. Plus, the exciting announcement that the Consensus event will be held in Toronto next year.-This episode was co-hosted by Jennifer Sanasie and Helene Braun. “Markets Daily” is executive produced by Jared Schwartz and produced and edited by Victor Chen, alongside Senior Booking Producer Melissa Montañez. All original music by Doc Blust and Colin Mealey.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Where is mining hardware headed? Can mining and AI really work together? Find out this and more on The Mining Pod this week.The hardware game is becoming more competitive, with new entrants like Jack Dorsey’s Block, Marathon Digital-backed Auradine, and more. And then there’s this whole AI thing that mining CEOs and others keep talking about! To make it straight, we brought on ePIC Blockchain co-founder Earl Mai to discuss ePIC’s hardware product line, the difficulties of getting a hardware startup off the ground, what its like to compete against Bitmain and how mining–and AI–could converge together over the next few years!Follow along on your favorite podcast player of choice by clicking here.Chapter Markers:00:00 Start03:07 Earl's background04:51 ePIC's products05:45 Earl's early mining days09:50 Moving from alts to bitcoin12:46 ASIC design process15:36 Why Bitmain dominates?20:15 Bitmian chip design21:51 Don't fight Bitmain24:41 Components26:18 Shoebox form factor27:39 How not to get scammed29:37 Next gen ASICS30:34 Intel update31:20 Competition in the space33:14 Is Bitmain slowing template propagation?39:06 Competitive edge on open network40:43 Where's the new competitive edge?44:20 AI and Bitcoin MiningPublished twice weekly, "The Mining Pod" interviews the best builders and operators in the Bitcoin and Bitcoin mining landscape. Subscribe to get notifications when we publish interviews on Tuesday and a news show on Friday! 👉 Check out Bitcoin Season 2 and The Gwart Show.👉 Watch our newest documentary, The Big Empty!Follow our host on Twitter, @wsfoxley.-Thank you to our sponsor, CleanSpark, America’s Bitcoin miner! And thank you to Foreman Mining, Master Your Mining!"The Mining Pod" is produced by Sunnyside Honey LLC with Senior Producer, Damien Somerset.  Distributed by CoinDesk with Senior Producer Michele Musso and Executive Producer Jared Schwartz. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Host Helene Braun breaks down the latest news in the crypto industry from the $400 million leverage flush out to New York Attorney General Letitia James' pushback against DCG, Silbert’s motions to dismiss the fraud case.To get the show every day, follow the podcast here."CoinDesk Daily" host Helene Braun breaks down the biggest headlines impacting the crypto industry today, including bitcoin and ether's reaction to the $400 million leverage flush out. Plus, Fidelity International has selected JPMorgan’s Onyx Digital Assets blockchain to tokenize a money market fund and New York Attorney General Letitia James pushed back against DCG, Silbert’s motions to dismiss the fraud case.-This episode was hosted by Helene Braun. “First Mover” is produced by Jennifer Sanasie and Melissa Montañez and edited by Victor Chen.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
The latest price moves and insights with Shift Markets CEO Ian McAfee and Roger Bayston, Executive Vice President and Head of Digital Assets at Franklin Templeton.To get the show every day, follow the podcast here.Today's episode is sponsored by BitGo.Roger Bayston, Executive Vice President and Head of Digital Assets at Franklin Templeton, and Shift Markets CEO Ian McAfee joined CoinDesk Live at Consensus 2024 to discuss institutional adoption of crypto and how blockchain technologies empower financial service providers.-This episode was co-hosted by Jennifer Sanasie and Helene Braun. “Markets Daily” is executive produced by Jared Schwartz and produced and edited by Victor Chen, alongside Senior Booking Producer Melissa Montañez. All original music by Doc Blust and Colin Mealey.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
From the Consensus stage, we explore the rise of meme coins and the financialization of cultural ideas through blockchain technology.In this episode, we feature a panel from Consensus moderated by Camilla McFarland with artist Rhett Mankind, marketer Liz Hagelthorn, talent representative Chris Jacquemin, and investor Derek Edwards to discuss the emergence of meme coins, the tokenization of cultural concepts and the potential impact of this trend on art, celebrity and the monetization of ideas. This episode was recorded live at Consensus 2024 in Austin, TX.Links mentioned from the podcast: Derek on TwitterLiz on Twitter Rhett on TwitterChris on TwitterCamilla on TwitterWatch this episode on video:YouTubeCoinDeskFollow us on Twitter: Sam Ewen, Avery Akkineni, CoinDesk, Vayner3-Safe (formerly Gnosis Safe) is the ownership layer of web3 with the most battle tested smart accounts. Trusted to secure over $100 billion, Safe offers unparalleled usability and security for individuals, DAOs, and institutions. Experience true digital ownership with Safe's flagship web and mobile wallet and its leading account abstraction infrastructure. Get started today at safe.global.-"Gen C" features hosts Sam Ewen and Avery Akkineni. Executive produced by Jared Schwartz and produced by Uyen Truong. Our theme music is "1882” by omgkirby x Channel Tres with editing by Doc Blust. Artwork by Nicole Marie Rincon.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Venice.ai founder and CEO Erik Voorhees joins the company's Chief Operating Officer Teana Baker-Taylor to discuss the significance of user privacy in AI systems.To get the show every day, follow the podcast here.Venice.ai founder and CEO Erik Voorhees joins the company's Chief Operating Officer Teana Baker-Taylor live at Consensus 2024 to discuss the significance of user privacy, non-censorship, and open-source models in artificial intelligence (AI) systems.-This episode was hosted by Jennifer Sanasie. “First Mover” is produced by Jennifer Sanasie and Melissa Montañez and edited by Victor Chen.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Napster CEO Jon Vlassopulos weighs in on decentralization in the music industry.To get the show every day, follow the podcast here.Napster CEO Jon Vlassopulos joins CoinDesk Live at Consensus 2024 to discuss the brand's evolution and its upcoming initiatives. Plus, insights on community and artist engagement in the music and Web3 space.-This episode was hosted by Jennifer Sanasie. “First Mover” is produced by Jennifer Sanasie and Melissa Montañez and edited by Victor Chen.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Host Helene Braun breaks down the latest news in the crypto industry from the U.S. jobs report to Semler Scientific's bitcoin purchase.To get the show every day, follow the podcast here."CoinDesk Daily" host Helene Braun breaks down the biggest headlines impacting the crypto industry today, as bitcoin (BTC), stocks and bond markers have all turned lower in response to the strong employment data in May. Plus, Saudi Arabia’s central bank has joined Project mBridge as a full participant and medical device maker Semler Scientific has broadened its corporate strategy to include buying bitcoin.-This episode was hosted by Helene Braun. “First Mover” is produced by Jennifer Sanasie and Melissa Montañez and edited by Victor Chen.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Coinbase has launched its new smart wallet with partners such as DeFi lending protocol Moonwell, offering them freebies they can pass onto consumers to get more people on-chain. Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pods, Fountain, Overcast, Podcast Addict, Pocket Casts, Castbox, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, or on your favorite podcast platform.Coinbase’s “on-chain summer” has kicked off with the launch of its new smart wallet. This interview with Luke Youngblood, founding contributor to Moonwell, gives a peek at how it’s sweetening the pot for developers and users alike. In this episode, Youngblood describes how smart wallets are different from traditional wallets, how they do away with past security issues, and the more minor potential risks that still do exist with smart wallets. He also gives details on the ways that Coinbase is trying to use its smart wallet to get users on-chain: making it much easier to transact on-chain directly from their Coinbase accounts, subsidizing gas costs for certain dapps, and making sure everything is web-accessible. Plus, he explains why Moonwell chose Base, how it is branching out to non-crypto native DeFi users, such as populations that only have mobile phones and not desktop computers in geographies like Africa, Latin America, and Asia, and how the DeFi lending protocol differentiates itself from bigger ones that have established a beachhead on Base. Show highlights:How smart wallets differ from traditional wallets and embedded walletsWhy Luke is excited to be working with Coinbase smart walletWhat happens if the user loses the device linked to their smart walletHow hard it would be for a hacker to try to get access to the assets in this smart walletHow Coinbase is initially paying for user gas fees on dapps like Moonwell and other launch partnersHow Coinbase’s Magic Spend feature enables users to transact onchain straight from their Coinbase accountsHow Coinbase might keep paying gas fees for some dapps even after the initial launch periodWhy the smart wallet is also accessible via the web, and not just through an appWhy Moonwell has focused on lending and borrowingWhy Moonwell chose to build on Base as opposed to, say, SolanaMoonwell’s plans to grow How having access to Coinbase’s user base changes Moonwell’s strategy for attracting usersVisit our website for breaking news, analysis, op-eds, articles to learn about crypto, and much more: unchainedcrypto.comThank you to our sponsors!  iTrustCapital  |  PolkadotGuest |  Luke YoungbloodLinks |  Previous coverage on Unchained:Coinbase Smart Wallet: Coinbase Launches Its Smart Wallets, Dubbing It Crypto’s ‘IPhone Moment’Wallets: Why (Almost) Everyone in Ethereum Is So Excited About a Wallet-Related ProposalWhat Are Externally Owned Accounts (EOAs) in Ethereum?An Introduction to ERC-4337 (Account Abstraction) StandardBase: How Ethereum’s Dencun Upgrade Could Lead to the Rise of Millions of Layer 3sDencun Day One: Ethereum Layer 2 Networks See Drastic Drop in Transaction FeesBase Daily Transactions Spike to 2 Million Post Dencun Upgrade Why Base’s Creator Thinks Social Apps Will Be a ‘Huge Part’ of the Layer 2 Blockchain’s SuccessBase TVL Hits $4 Billion as Transactions Per Second Surpass Ethereum3 Reasons Why Layer 2 Network Base Has More Than Doubled Its Total Value Locked This YearEthereum Layer 2s:Ethereum L2 Networks Reach Record High of 7 Million Distinct AddressesUnchained Podcast is Produced by Laura Shin Media, LLC.  Distributed by CoinDesk. Senior Producer is Michele Musso and Executive Producer is Jared Schwartz. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
There’s too much M&A in Bitcoin mining to keep track of! Will and Charlie dig into this week’s Bitcoin and Bitcoin mining news, including the short report leveled at Riot Platforms, CoreWeave’s declined bid to purchase Core Scientific, BitDeer buying a fabless ASIC manufacturer for $140 million in shares, and lastly, Cleanspark’s involvement in the Cheyenne, Wyoming Bitcoin mining slapped with an executive order by the Biden administration.Follow along on your favorite podcast player of choice by clicking here.Chapters: 00:00 Start02:31 Difficulty update04:51 Mining stocks08:04 Riot & Bitfarms16:30 Core Scientific rejects Coreweave22:00 Desiweminer (new AISC)27:21 Cleanspark vs White HousePublished twice weekly, "The Mining Pod" interviews the best builders and operators in the Bitcoin and Bitcoin mining landscape. Subscribe to get notifications when we publish interviews on Tuesday and a news show on Friday! 👉 Check out Bitcoin Season 2 and The Gwart Show.👉 Watch our newest documentary, The Big Empty!Follow our host on Twitter, @wsfoxley.-Thank you to our sponsor, CleanSpark, America’s Bitcoin miner! And thank you to Foreman Mining, Master Your Mining!-"The Mining Pod" is produced by Sunnyside Honey LLC with Senior Producer, Damien Somerset.  Distributed by CoinDesk with Senior Producer Michele Musso and Executive Producer Jared Schwartz. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
CoinDesk Indices presents notable data insights from the week, followed by additional analysis from an industry expert.To get the show every day, follow the podcast here.The CoinDesk Market Index (CMI) functions as a benchmark for the performance of the digital asset market, delivering institutional quality information to digital asset investors. Subsets of the CoinDesk Market Index (CMI) are investible CoinDesk Crypto Sectors and the CoinDesk 20 Index, designed to measure the performance of the top digital assets. Today’s takeaways are provided by Tracy Stephens, senior index manager at CoinDesk Indices with additional analysis from Alex Ryvkin, Founder and CEO at Rho Labs. For more on CoinDesk Indices, visit: coindeskmarkets.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Ryan Rugg, Head of Digital Assets for Citibank's TTS business, discusses Citi's crypto plans.Ryan Rugg, Head of Digital Assets for Citibank's Treasury and Trade Solutions (TTS) business, joined Consensus 2024 with a conversation on Citi's exploration into metaverse, tokenization and the broader crypto industry. Plus, the regulatory hurdles they faced along the way and the significance of collaborations with FinTech companies.-Consensus is where experts convene to talk about the ideas shaping our digital future. Join developers, investors, founders, brands, policymakers and more in Austin, Texas from May 29-31. The tenth annual Consensus is curated by CoinDesk to feature the industry’s most sought-after speakers, unparalleled networking opportunities and unforgettable experiences. Register now at consensus.coindesk.com.-This episode was hosted by Jennifer Sanasie. “First Mover” is produced by Jennifer Sanasie and Melissa Montañez and edited by Victor Chen.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Host Helene Braun breaks down the latest news in the crypto industry from Robinhood's announcement on its Bitstamp acquisition to CoreWeave's more than $1 billion buyout offer for Core Scientific.To get the show every day, follow the podcast here."CoinDesk Daily" host Helene Braun breaks down the biggest headlines impacting the crypto industry today, as trading platform Robinhood announced on Tuesday that it has agreed to acquire crypto exchange Bitstamp for $200 million in cash. Plus, Core Scientific has rejected the more than $1 billion buyout offer from cloud computing firm CoreWeave and Binance can once again allow Mastercard users to purchase crypto on the exchange.-This episode was hosted by Helene Braun. “First Mover” is produced by Jennifer Sanasie and Melissa Montañez and edited by Victor Chen.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
David Schwartz and Robert Leshner share how the convergence of traditional financial markets and on-chain systems presents a major opportunity for driving adoption over the next 20 years.Sponsored by BitGo. Follow the show here for more.This installment of "The Protocol," comes to you LIVE from Consensus 2024 in Austin Texas. Hosts Brad Keoun, the founding editor of The Protocol Newsletter, and tech journalists Sam Kessler and Margaux Nijkerk chat with David Schwartz, CTO of Ripple, and Robert Leshner,  CEO & Co-Founder of Superstate, on the challenges and opportunities in bringing real-world assets on-chain and more.Chapters | 00:00 The Conference Experience and Developer Mix02:12 The Convergence of Traditional Financial Markets and On-Chain Systems04:25 Challenges and Opportunities in Bringing Real-World Assets On-Chain05:49 The Impact of Restaking in Traditional FinanceSign Up for THE PROTOCOL NEWSLETTER EPISODE LINKS |  BitGo Superstate Ripple -The Protocol is produced by the CoinDesk team: production assistant Victor Chen, senior producer Michele Musso, executive producer Jared Schwartz, and Senior Booker, Melissa Montañez. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
The true concept of decentralization, its historical significance, and the challenges and opportunities in the music industry's transition to Web3.Sponsored by BitGo. To get the show every day, follow the podcast here.Today's "Markets Daily" segment was broadcast live from Consensus 2024 in Austin, Texas, featuring Jon Vlassopulos CEO of Napster covering themes of policy and regulation, Web3, the metaverse, and the evolution of Napster into a Web3 platform. Chapters00:00 The Influence of Crypto on Policy and Regulation02:41 The Evolution of Napster: From Decentralization to Web305:24 Challenges and Opportunities in the Music Industry's Transition to Web3LINKS | BitGo Napster -This episode was hosted by Jennifer Sanasie and Sam Kessler. “Markets Daily” is produced by the CoinDesk team: production assistant Victor Chen, senior producer Michele Musso, executive producer Jared Schwartz, and Senior Booker, Melissa Montañez. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Bitcoin miners in Europe face challenges due to new MICA regulations, which emphasize the significance of data sharing and have implications for the future of Bitcoin mining in the region.Follow along on your favorite podcast player of choice by clicking here.Will Foxley interviews Frederik Vyncke and Sven Hildebrandt from the European Bitcoin Energy Association (EBEA) to discuss the challenges Bitcoin miners face in Europe due to new MICA regulations. They explore the impact of these regulations, the importance of data sharing, and the future of Bitcoin mining in Europe.Chapter Markers:00:00 Start03:32 Frederik Vyncke background04:31 Sven Hildebrandt background06:13 European Bitcoin Energy Association11:13 Perception of mining in EU now?17:34 MICA regulation & mining20:12 Data required by MICA21:28 What if no data?22:09 Service providers on the hook not miners23:01 This seems stupid...24:30 Energy mix data29:08 Complying with regulations as a miner32:20 Where is hashrate in the EU?35:39 South East EU mining37:36 AI power demand42:48 Regulatory wishlist45:21 Public data vs proprietary data46:04 Convincing miners to comply49:48 Wrapping upPublished twice weekly, "The Mining Pod" interviews the best builders and operators in the Bitcoin and Bitcoin mining landscape. Subscribe to get notifications when we publish interviews on Tuesday and a news show on Friday! 👉 Check out Bitcoin Season 2 and The Gwart Show.👉 Watch our newest documentary, The Big Empty!👉 Watch our livestream on Samourai Wallet!Follow our host on Twitter, @wsfoxley.-Thank you to our sponsor, CleanSpark, America’s Bitcoin miner! And thank you to Foreman Mining, Master Your Mining!-"The Mining Pod" is produced by Sunnyside Honey LLC with Senior Producer, Damien Somerset.  Distributed by CoinDesk with Senior Producer Michele Musso and Executive Producer Jared Schwartz. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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SPYDOR

Someone has cocked up and reposted the Unchained episode from 6th March.

Mar 8th
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Ernesto A M Vieira

FC

Jan 8th
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Big Boy Pants

on top of all these problems gemini suffered a data breach a couple of days ago and 5,274,214 accounts email address and phone number was posted for the public on hacking forums. oops.

Dec 17th
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SPYDOR

Great reporting of this issue, and thoughtful commentary.

Nov 15th
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Big Boy Pants

love your voice.

Oct 3rd
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SPYDOR

Repost of yesterday's episode, again...

Jun 30th
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Fifty Six

how do the crypto punks end up agreeing with the sec. how do they become sociopaths. no bailouts for celsians because that somehow equals bank bailouts which of course meant retail and plebs. the crypto space is gentrified and full of unicorn free marketeers as savage as monopoly capitalists at whose banquet table they wish to dine

Jun 23rd
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SPYDOR

Wrong episode posted; the audio is from the one already released here on May 24th.

Jun 8th
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marry jonathan

Cóż, podobało mi się słuchanie tej muzyki o How Crypto Is Acceleating the Creator Economy i czytanie tekstów. Jeśli jednak chcesz grać w kasynie online na prawdziwe pieniądze, kasyna Microgaming oferują różnorodne ekscytujące gry. Kasyna Microgaming to gigant e-gamingowy, który co miesiąc wydaje nowe gry w zamian za regularne wypłaty. Byli również jednymi z pierwszych, którzy postawili na automaty do wirtualnej rzeczywistości, a polscy gracze ustawiają się w kolejce do każdego kasyna, jakie mogą znaleźć. Więcej informacji na ten temat można znaleźć na stronie https://polskiekasynaonline.net/providers/microgaming/ Nasza recenzja hazardu Microgaming pozwoli ci lepiej zrozumieć korporację, a także, jakie są kasyna online Microgaming i jakie są automaty Microgaming oferta.

May 10th
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Jennifer

👎

Mar 8th
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SPYDOR

A very good summary of these important questions.

Feb 25th
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SPYDOR

Accidental rerelease of yesterday's episode.

Nov 21st
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D F

Great podcast on the biggest news in the space. Short and dense. Love it.

Oct 14th
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Beto Miller

ddfff

Jul 1st
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Beto Miller

I used to think that the astrology column in the newspaper was the pinnacle of ambiguous fluff writing in which the author could say one thing in which plausibly it could be interpreted to mean just the opposite. Allow me to summarize the podcast: "XY will surely go up unless 'factors' occur to make it go down all the while transitory trends make it go sideways until it autocorrect." And you can take that and your Confederate Dollars to the bank.

Jun 24th
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Beto Miller

An episode that solidifies my regard for Coindesk Podcast as a voice to be trusted and listened to. Toward the end the question was raised: Will this controversy die down as was the case with Occupy Wall Street? It may quiet down, go subterranean. But it will linger on quietly as the deepest distrust of a system and a government that consistently and purposely makes life at best subsistence for 90% of Americans. I remind the reader of Solidarity in Poland in the 1980s. It grew to become unstoppable because the ordinary citizen was forced to believe that the elites in the Communist government were only crooks and gangsters. It was only a matter of months and the entire system was entirely overthrown. For the German Democratic Republic it only took days. 2007-2008 Great Recession in the USA certainly convinced the intelligent members (who have long memories) how rotten this system is. Year 2020 shows how many citizens disbelieve the legitimacy of the system today, even if they differ on

Jun 24th
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SPYDOR

An excellent piece explaining this incident in-depth. Thank you.

Apr 1st
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SPYDOR

Magnificent episode; thank you! Best coverage I have heard so far of this fascinating situation. Centralized exchanges are damaging their own reputations by interfering here; this may end up creating one of the biggest cases for Decentralized Exchanges if they keep changing the rules to protect foolhardy institutional traders.

Jan 28th
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Lance Schaffer

Gonna be interesting to see how far this "narrative market machine" goes before we might see a swing back towards acknowledging that modern equities are still beholden to our current day financial systems and thus need SOME level of fundamental (cash flow, revenue... A functioning business...) soundness to support them on any "sustainable" basis. Loving this format, btw! Keep it up!

Jul 16th
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Maciej Czech

Too much all of sudden. 5-10 min if daily episodes

Jan 7th
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