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CoinList Chats is a podcast where the smartest minds in cryptocurrency talk about their investment theses and thoughts on the space.
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CoinList's Andy Bromberg sat down with Pooja Shah, Product Lead at Filecoin, to discuss Filecoin's development over the last few years, their product roadmap, use cases, and what to expect heading into the network's launch and trading on CoinList.    SHOW LESS About Filecoin: Filecoin is a decentralized storage network designed to store humanity's most important information.  Links:  CoinList: https://coinlist.co/ Filecoin: https://filecoin.io/ Andy Bromberg: https://twitter.com/andy_bromberg Pooja Shah: https://twitter.com/poojaks_ Email team@coinlist.co with things you'd like to see covered in future CoinList Chats. Legal disclaimer: This podcast was recorded and is being distributed by Amalgamated Token Services Inc., dba CoinList, for informational purposes only, and expresses solely the opinions of the speakers, not necessarily those of CoinList. Nothing in this podcast shall constitute or be construed as an offering of securities or as investment, legal or tax advice or investment recommendations (i.e., recommendations as to whether or not to enter into any transaction involving any specific interest or interests) by CoinList or any of its affiliates, or a recommendation as to an investment or other strategy. These types of investments involve a high degree of risk (including the risk of total loss) and potential investors should consult with their own advisors. CoinList does not receive compensation for publishing, giving publicity to, or circulating notices or communications that describe securities.  
CoinList Chats: Orchid

CoinList Chats: Orchid

2020-05-2744:52

In this episode of CoinList Chats, CoinList President & Co-Founder Andy Bromberg sat down with Orchid Labs CEO and Co-Founder, Dr. Steven Waterhouse (SEVEN) to discuss: - What is Orchid - The origins and motivation behind the project - How the VPN works - What role the OXT token plays in the network - Traction and adoption to date - Plans for the future About Orchid: Orchid takes a new approach to digital privacy by enabling the first peer-to-peer, incentivized virtual private network (VPN). On the network, anyone can buy and sell bandwidth from a global pool of service providers using the Orchid digital currency (OXT). Users can browse privately and access content without being limited by their geography. Links:  CoinList: https://coinlist.co/ Orchid: https://www.orchid.com/ Andy Bromberg: https://twitter.com/andy_bromberg Dr. Steven Waterhouse: https://twitter.com/deseventral Email team@coinlist.co with things you'd like to see covered in future CoinList Chats. Legal disclaimer: This podcast was recorded and is being distributed by Amalgamated Token Services Inc., dba CoinList, for informational purposes only, and expresses solely the opinions of the speakers, not necessarily those of CoinList. Nothing in this podcast shall constitute or be construed as an offering of securities or as investment, legal or tax advice or investment recommendations (i.e., recommendations as to whether or not to enter into any transaction involving any specific interest or interests) by CoinList or any of its affiliates, or a recommendation as to an investment or other strategy. These types of investments involve a high degree of risk (including the risk of total loss) and potential investors should consult with their own advisors. CoinList does not receive compensation for publishing, giving publicity to, or circulating notices or communications that describe securities.  
CoinList Chats: Solana

CoinList Chats: Solana

2020-03-2048:13

In this episode of CoinList Chats, Anatoly Yakovenko (Founder/CEO of Solana) and Kyle Samani (Co-Founder/Managing Partner of Multicoin Capital) discuss why the Solana team came together to tackle blockchain scalability, the differences between layer one and layer two scaling solutions, and how Solana has been gaining user adoption. Solana is a layer one high-speed blockchain, currently supporting 50-65k transactions per second and 400ms block times with 50 nodes on its public testnet. Unlike other blockchain scaling solutions, Solana doesn't sacrifice decentralization, composability, and security. Additionally, Solana's Proof of History system allows the blockchain to natively scale with hardware improvements without adding complexity.  Mainnet launch for Solana is happening alongside its Dutch auction on CoinList. For more information about Solana and its upcoming auction go here: https://coinlist.co/solana Links:  CoinList: https://coinlist.co/ CoinList Trade: https://coinlist.co/trade Anatoly Yakovenko: https://twitter.com/aeyakovenko Kyle Samani: https://twitter.com/KyleSamani  Email team@coinlist.co with things you'd like to see covered in future CoinList Chats. Legal disclaimer: This podcast was recorded and is being distributed by Amalgamated Token Services Inc., dba CoinList, for informational purposes only, and expresses solely the opinions of the speakers, not necessarily those of CoinList. Nothing in this podcast shall constitute or be construed as an offering of securities or as investment, legal or tax advice or investment recommendations (i.e., recommendations as to whether or not to enter into any transaction involving any specific interest or interests) by CoinList or any of its affiliates, or a recommendation as to an investment or other strategy. These types of investments involve a high degree of risk (including the risk of total loss) and potential investors should consult with their own advisors. CoinList does not receive compensation for publishing, giving publicity to, or circulating notices or communications that describe securities.
In this episode of CoinList Chats, Andy Bromberg and Nic Carter, Partner at Castle Island Ventures, explore the history of stablecoins, their different models, how they’ve impacted crypto today, and what their future looks like. Stablecoins are not a new idea–in fact, they predate Bitcoin. E-gold and Liberty Reserve both attempted to create sovereign, digital currencies indexed to stable assets before being shut down by regulators in the early 2010s. While Liberty Reserve and e-gold faltered, the demand for a sovereign, digital currency indexed to a stable asset has not. Stablecoins, in their modern iterations, have become an important part of crypto and could expand the ecosystem as a whole; in the past week, it was reported that there is more value being transferred via stablecoins on top of Ethereum than the value being transferred with ETH itself. Are current implementations of stablecoins doomed to the same fate as Liberty Reserve and e-gold or has their time finally come? Resources / Links: CoinList: https://coinlist.co/ CoinList Trade: https://coinlist.co/trade Andy Bromberg: https://twitter.com/andy_bromberg Nic Carter: https://twitter.com/nic__carter   Legal disclaimer: This podcast was recorded and is being distributed by Amalgamated Token Services Inc., dba CoinList, for informational purposes only, and expresses solely the opinions of the speakers, not necessarily those of CoinList. Nothing in this podcast shall constitute or be construed as an offering of securities or as investment, legal or tax advice or investment recommendations (i.e., recommendations as to whether or not to enter into any transaction involving any specific interest or interests) by CoinList or any of its affiliates, or a recommendation as to an investment or other strategy. These types of investments involve a high degree of risk (including the risk of total loss) and potential investors should consult with their own advisors. CoinList does not receive compensation for publishing, giving publicity to, or circulating notices or communications that describe securities.
Over the last 18 months, we have seen a proliferation of so-called "Ethereum Killers" in crypto, layer–1 protocols that support smart contracts and promise to solve the issues that have emerged with Ethereum. In this episode, Andy Bromberg, Ash Egan, and Tom Shaughnessy explore smart contract platforms in more detail, discussing what makes sense and what does not. Links: CoinList: https://coinlist.co/  CoinList Trade: https://coinlist.co/trade  Andy Bromberg: https://twitter.com/andy_bromberg  Ash Egan: https://twitter.com/AshAEgan  Tom Shaughnessy: https://twitter.com/Shaughnessy119 Email team@coinlist.co with things you'd like to see covered in future CoinList Chats. Legal disclaimer: This podcast was recorded and is being distributed by Amalgamated Token Services Inc., dba CoinList, for informational purposes only, and expresses solely the opinions of the speakers, not necessarily those of CoinList. Nothing in this podcast shall constitute or be construed as an offering of securities or as investment, legal or tax advice or investment recommendations (i.e., recommendations as to whether or not to enter into any transaction involving any specific interest or interests) by CoinList or any of its affiliates, or a recommendation as to an investment or other strategy. These types of investments involve a high degree of risk (including the risk of total loss) and potential investors should consult with their own advisors. CoinList does not receive compensation for publishing, giving publicity to, or circulating notices or communications that describe securities.
In the first CoinList Chats episode, Andy Bromberg speaks with Spencer Bogart of Blockchain Capital about how his investment theses have changed since he started covering cryptocurrencies in 2015, as well as his current thoughts on the Bitcoin ecosystem. CoinList: https://coinlist.co/ Blockchain Capital: https://blockchain.capital/ Spencer Bogart on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cremedelacrypto Nic Carter on Twitter: https://twitter.com/nic__carter Wyre Talks: https://blog.sendwyre.com/tagged/wyre-talks   Legal disclaimer: This podcast was recorded and is being distributed by Amalgamated Token Services Inc., dba CoinList, for informational purposes only, and expresses solely the opinions of the speakers, not necessarily those of CoinList. Nothing in this podcast shall constitute or be construed as an offering of securities or as investment, legal or tax advice or investment recommendations (i.e., recommendations as to whether or not to enter into any transaction involving any specific interest or interests) by CoinList or any of its affiliates, or a recommendation as to an investment or other strategy. These types of investments involve a high degree of risk (including the risk of total loss) and potential investors should consult with their own advisors. CoinList does not receive compensation for publishing, giving publicity to, or circulating notices or communications that describe securities.
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