We just realized that we are in the first dual revolution since 1848! How so? Well, we will tell you! This week, the CEO of iNation, Christian Saucier, designed something to let users submit documents to the blockchain where they can be held securely. With it, users will be able to keep a perfect copy of their passport or deed or will or other legal document in a cryptographically secure place, and be able to access it at anytime using a mobile app. Doesn't that just blow your hair back? We chat about The Byzantine Generals' Problem, as well as why giving your dad bitcoin for his birthday is the most disappointing gift of all-time.
Are you a victim of getting caught up in the monotony of your everyday life and forget to focus on what is truly important? It’s time to break free of that, at least from your employer. Bitwage bills itself as the world’s first payroll startup to incorporate the cost- and time-saving benefits of Bitcoin. INDIVIDUAL AND EMPLOYER PAYROLL Next-Day Fiat to Bitcoin. Get outta town. Get pumped. Interview with BitWage COO Jonathan Chester joins us this week to discuss how his company brings modern financial tools to those who do not have access to the current banking system. Also joining us is Carrie Scott, the world's first bitcoin pedicab driver!
Girls Gone Wild go for Bitcoin as Sexy Saffron swings by this week to tell us about her site -- the world's 1st BTC only porn membership site! In addition, for the first time in the history of Bitcoin, its very existence has been put into peril by way of what is termed a ‘Hard Fork’ of the protocol. We have watched the situation develop, and we provide our thoughts on the situation as the topic is reaching alarming levels between debaters in the bitcoin community.
We spawn last episodes ‘digi-dough’ joke into a full blown segment where we ask hip-hop artists (Hoodie Allen, Ace Cosgrove, The Roots, The Cool Kids, Zion I) to spit us a line involving bitcoin. In addition to that, gathering friends, followers and “likers” online can only take you so far in the world of networking. Organizing a ‘meetup’ is a great way to move your virtual network to a tangible territory. In addition, we talk to Scott Rose about the bitcoin climate in Austin and what it takes to successfully maintain Austin as ‘the place to be’ within the bitcoin community.
Do you find financial talk a bit...boring? This week, we provide a not so boring perspective on economics by inviting Perianne Boring, Founder and President of the Chamber of Digital Commerce, who shares with us some hidden potential benefits of this technology that many don't know about that could have a direct effect on strengthening the economic trajectory of our country moving forward. Oh, and Mike Tyson. We talk about Mike Tyson.
Epic in scope, todays episode is all about the newly released documentary 'Bitcoin: The End of Money As We Know It'. This film examines the patterns of technological innovation and questions everything you thought you knew about money. If you trust in your money just as it is... this film has news for you. In addition, today's guest is none other than the film director, Torsten Hoffmann, to get a firsthand account of production.
Every 10th episode we do away with the guests, pour up a few adult beverages and get comfortable. Listening to the show is a lot like hanging out in your Dad’s friends’ garage where all the neighborhood guys are gathering to talk about money. That didn't happen in your neighborhood? Well, enjoy the show anyhow! It's SMAGIC!
Bitcoin is truly a game changer in the remittance markets. India received $70 billion dollars and the country has its own homegrown Bitcoin companies and there are many international ones who are looking to set up shop in India. Zebpay is one such homegrown company and this week we caught up with co-founder, Sandeep Goenka, and asked him a few questions.
This week we talk about very important issues as Fereshteh Forough (founder of Code to Inspire) talks to us about her experience as an Afghan refuge who grew up in Iran, and the power that technology and digital currencies have to empower women in even the most oppressive regions of the world.
Holy Greece, Batman! This week is all about the human struggle for the separation of money and state, and about Bitcoin as the instrument by which it will happen. Separation of what people truly need sold to them as what they think they need and people being kept blind of what they do in the veil until it is too late. In addition, serial entrepreneur Erik Voorhees — an outspoken Bitcoin evangelist and CEO of Shapeshift.io, joins us on the show to talk about these topics & more.
Don’t know what a Pequod is? Google it! It’s quite relative to who is joining us at the roundtable this week — WhaleClub TeamSpeak! We invite a few guys from the Bitcoin Trader community of 250+ users that focus all day, everyday on TA & market moving events in the crypto-sphere. In addition, Corey and Demetrick’s old college pal Gray Noguera swings by to tell a tale of mining — and not the black lung kind.
Bitcoin’s true value might not be in the currency itself but in the engine that makes it possible. Data security is becoming the sparkle in bitcoin. We discuss this, as well as invite the CEO of Airbitz, Paul Puey, to talk about how he is making it easy to send and secure this currency and other digital assets while maintaining the highest level of privacy.
Bitcoin's real killer apps won't be alternatives to existing systems, they will solve problems thought impossible before its invention. So what is the current state of bitcoin apps? We offer our thoughts and invite the founders of the investment app Lawnmower to talk about their new innovation.
This weeks podcast guest is Sarah Boone Martin, who brought her stories and experiences to light in a way that will provide models for success for other women involved in Bitcoin and a roadmap for organizations in the financial services industry to follow for gender diversity.
What is the Bitcoin climate like in Africa? Bitcoin evangelist Tawanda Kembo joins us all the way from Kenya to elaboration on corruption and bribing as a way of life in Africa and how Bitcoin falls into that scenario.