Buzzzzz — You’ll feel like a fly on the wall listening to this FIRE AF episode. Eavesdropping on the guys while they shoot the shit with no specific target in sight. The boys cover a wave of topics that merge one into another. It’s a nice change of pace and a pleasure hearing the guys talk-it-up amongst themselves. As per-usu, Corey does his best to keep the wondering minds that are Dee & Cello on topic, but not before touching on the strange and taboo videos on the net, bad investments and favorite words like 'nomenclature'. This episode give us the kind of knowledge that can only be gained by the expense of dedication and self sacrifice, saving you the hardships.
In the first installment of BlockChannel, hosts Steven McKie and Demetrick Ferguson embark on a journey of epic crypto proportions. First show debuts with an interview with Ethereum Co-Founder and Founder of ConsenSys, Joseph Lubin. Listen as Joe imbues your brain with Ethereum knowledge bombs, and info on various projects he's involved in. Plus, some dope jams by Faruhdey from his upcoming album "SO(u)L.
Given the current focus on blockchain development, it makes sense to support the development of decentralized applications. Wefunder’s BitPay integration allows ANYONE from cryptocurrency enthusiasts to mainstream investors to support companies using bitcoin, in full SEC compliance supported by Title III of the JOBS Act. The JOBS Act, passed earlier this year, has updated national securities laws to recognize modern modes of online capital raising and Airbitz is the first blockchain-focused company to take advantage of this. Airbitz, Bitcoin wallet provider and creator of the Edge Security SDK for decentralized apps, is announcing the launch of its equity crowdfunding campaign and CEO Paul Puey comes back to the show (for the first time in 90 episodes, mind you) to talk shop.
The forever-in-the-making OpenBazaar trading platform has been one of 2016’s bright spots in the Bitcoin space. After over a quarter of a million downloads (I was one of them) and thousands of new store ideas taking over a decentralized, user-powered digital space, it is time for a second refresh, months in the making. After that we invite an old friend of the podcast on, Tony Sakich, to talk about rep tokens.
Nearing the ripe age of 50, Gavin Andresen graces us with an appearance as an expert on Bitcoin. He has worked on the project in some way or other since 2010 and is still one of its best-known figures. So we are in good company. One of his first public podcast chats since publicly backing Craig Wright (we don't need to get into that, do we?), we ask him the hard hitting questions and get some answers!
Ever since OpenBazaar was released, content creators immediately took a liking to this decentralized marketplace approach. For smaller artists and creators, monetization has always been a struggle. This is particularly true in the music industry, where competition is relentless and far too many middlemen want their cut. Myco, a group that can also be found on Bandcamp, has posted their new EP, Vinyl, and CD up for sale on OpenBazaar. They join us this week to talk all about it!
Earlier this year we shed some light on a brand new program. Exosphere Academy added a stream devoted to Ethereum and blockchain technology for the first time. Moritz Bierling was responsible putting the course together and helping participants navigate this exciting new arena. Now, ready to open up the program to a new class starting in early 2017, we welcome Moritz back and new instruct Schlomi to shed light on what to expect, the changes between the last class and this new one, and most importantly, what cool projects came to light from the last class.