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Friday – January 12, 2018
The Financial Technology world is changing fast. Industry players are keeping their eye on how the financial sector will be affected by artificial intelligence, roboadvisors, neobanks and blockchain. Bad Crypto talks with Lex Sokolin of Autonomous.com to discuss these issues.
Thursday – January 11, 2018
The Crypto Show interviews Marco Peereboom, CTO and Cofounder of the cryptocurrency “Decred.” Marco gives us a breakdown of just what Decred is and its features and how it is improvement upon Bitcoin, calling it “Bitcoin without the drama” because of its governance structures.
Andrew Trask talks about OpenMined – a platform he built that merges cryptographic techniques that AI companies of the future can use to create the ability to train machine learning (ML) models with private user data without compromising user privacy.
The Bitcoin Podcast Network interviews Chris Rice, a businessman, college student, a bitcoin enthusiast and a late night toker. Chris dug deep into the practical use cases for blockchain technologies as well as the weighted stress by investors for real life applications.
In 2013, Jackson Palmer paid attention to cryptocurrencies. Also back in 2013: Doge, an Internet meme featuring an adorable dog. Jackson sent off a random tweet about “Dogecoin” — just a throwaway joke. But one thing led to another, and Dogecoin is now a joke worth $1.4 billion
Wednesday – January 10, 2018
Guest Ronnie Moas of Standpoint Research comes back on the show (as a follow-up to Episode #60, one of Bad Crypto’s most-listened-to episodes) for his latest thoughts on Bitcoin, Ripple, the alt-coin bull run and the future of cryptocurrency.
Tuesday – January 9, 2018
Vitalik dives into who blockchains will someday help, how we transition from Ethereum for digital cats to higher social impact, and why big companies like JPMorgan, Microsoft and BP use Ethereum. He also discusses some important technical challenges Ethereum faces with scaling.
Monday – January 8, 2018
Joel Comm and Travis Wright discuss what’s ahead for Crypto Trading 2018 now that the market cap has passed 700 billion and people all over the world are now sitting up and paying attention to Cryptocurrencies.
Rhys Lindmark interviews Erik Voorhees, the founder of Shapeshift and chat about Bitcoin governance and how to solve it with better protocols for sense-making. They play devil’s advocate in the conversation and talk about a blockchain-based Esperanto optimized for curiosity.
Friday – January 5, 2018
Syl Turner is on a digital treasure hunt, looking for what could be the key to his bitcoin wallet, and tens of thousands of dollars. Then Kimberly Grauer and Jonathan Levin of Chainalysis help us figure out how much bitcoin has been lost and why it’s difficult to track down.
What is growth hacking and is it possible you know someone who is a growth hacker, but you didn’t know it? Justin Wu, Blockchain evangelist and growth hacker with Coincircle.com explains.
Thursday – January 4, 2018
Carter Thomas of Coinmastery.com walks through the investing lessons he’s learned in 2017—and which he intends to apply moving forward in 2018 to make even bigger profits.
Wednesday – January 3, 2018
Flip Filipowski, CEO of SilkRoad Equity and Brian Platz, founder of SilkRoad Technologies talk about their new company, Fluree and their product, FlureeDB, a scalable graph database which provides the benefits of blockchain technologies.
More than three billion people are online, but the payment infrastructure is stuck in the 20th century. CEO of Ripple.com, Brad Garlinghouse, hopes to change that by creating the world’s only enterprise system for global payments. Brad discusses all things blockchain and XRP.
Friday – December 29, 2017
You may be asking: Is the SEC making ICOs illegal? Why is “The DAO” a security? What makes a token a security? Amy Wan, a former Securities Attorney and Founder & CEO of Bootstrap Legal, will help clarify the current state of cryptocurrencies and ICOs in the United States.
Wednesday – December 27, 2017
Elizabeth Rossiello, CEO and Founder of early Bitcoin company, BitPesa. BitPesa is now present in a handful of African countries and provides essential financial services to businesses, allowing them to send and collect payments, and perform quick and affordable Forex trades.
Tuesday – December 26, 2017
Laura Shin covers all your basic questions about crypto. What is Bitcoin? What is Ethereum? What is a blockchain? This episode is for anyone who is new to the crypto space and wants to understand what it’s all about.
Best of 2017 The Age of Cryptocurrency: How Bitcoin and the Blockchain Are Challenging the Global Economic Order Paul Vigna and Michael J. Casey @mikejcasey PART 1 of 2.
Part 1 of 2 – WSJ Veteran Journalists Paul Vigna and Michael Casey talk to John Batchelor about their book, “The Age of Cryptocurrency: How Bitcoin and the Blockchain Are Challenging the Global Economic Order”
Best of 2017 The Age of Cryptocurrency: How Bitcoin and the Blockchain Are Challenging the Global Economic Order Paul Vigna and Michael J. Casey @mikejcasey PART 2 of 2.
Part 2 of 2 – WSJ Veteran Journalists Paul Vigna and Michael Casey talk to John Batchelor about their book, “The Age of Cryptocurrency: How Bitcoin and the Blockchain Are Challenging the Global Economic Order”
Sunday – December 24, 2017
Dani Amsalem, founder of Decryptionary.com, discusses his 7 step guide for the person that just wants a quick idea of how to get involved with crypto in a bite size nugget.