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The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast is a long form conversation format analysis on bitcoin, blockchain, ethereum and everything in between. Past guests include Andreas Antonopoulos, Roger Ver, Imogen Heap, Lil' B, Jon Fitch, Brock Pierce, Perianne Boring, James D'Angelo, Emin Gün Sirer, and more. Hosted by Marcello Milteer, Demetrick Ferguson, and Corey Petty.
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Now displaying: June, 2015
Jun 29, 2015

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.

Jun 22, 2015

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.

Jun 15, 2015

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.

Jun 8, 2015

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.

Jun 1, 2015

Recorded LIVE at the Bitcoin Podcast studio, where Corey was were kind enough to join us in an open panel discussion all the way from Brazil about the bear market, the banking process, and the influence of presentation and adoption.

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