Our bro Kenn Bosak joins in the studio and we just have a fireside chat about all this going on in crypto this week. In addition, Kenn is getting our podcast logo tattooed on him to celebrate our upcoming 200th episode. Holy Shit! Guess now is a good time to rebrand the show. Kidding. We love you Kenn. Thanks for the loyalty. Really laid back episode this week as we prepare for a kick-ass month of May. Holla at yo bois!
This is a weekly headline show where Dee and Jessie Broke do their best to highlight bits of nonce-sense from Crypto News...Enjoy!
Dan Romero isn’t just a must follow on Twitter, he’s also in charge of Coinbase’s customer apps. I chat with him about his journey into the blockchain industry, how sales boosted his career, and what he’s excited about right now in crypto.
Today we talk with Mike Misiti and Teddy Haggerty of Quarteria.io
Quateria is building an international directory for real estate. Most search platforms are small in nature, limited to counties or states, and sometimes countries. Exhorbitant fees are paid by brokers and sellers for prime positions on these sites. We aim to produce a worldwide listings service, using an open source algorithm and giving equal opportunity to all properties, brokers and sellers.
In this episode of Buy or Sell, JJ, Alec, and Dee blatantly outvote that BTC is better than Gold...but we're biased. We also go into how we've positioned ourselves in this market, how we build our crypto portfolios. We also touch on how to secure yourself in this crypto world. If you are in DC and would like to swing by the DC Crypto Club this Saturday, check out this event:
Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud platform has recently introduced its Blockchain framework for Ethereum and Hyperledger Fabric allowing users to build and manage their own Blockchain. According to the statement, users will be able to create their own Blockchain applications via the AWS CloudFormation Templates tool to avoid the time-consuming manual setup of their Blockchain network. We dive into this news headfirst. Then, Ubitquity LLC, the first blockchain-secured platform for real estate recordkeeping, is pleased to stop by the studio for a 4th time.
In this episode of Buy or Sell, JJ, Alec, and Dee discuss the big movements in the markets and they make Bitcoin price prediction. What is triakonta? It is the Greek cardinal number for a 30-tuple. And, JJ explains how the price of the entire cryptomarket could triankotuple to 10 trillion US dollars. Please joins us for a live trading session this Saturday! Here is the link
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In the seventh episode of the Bitcoin Podcast Network’s music broadcast, Crypto Until Infinity, host DJsNeverEndingStory thanks those that have responded to his call to join the new Telegram group at http://t.me/cryptountilinfinity. Music from this episode features eccentric vibes from Nujabes, J Dilla, and more.
In this episode of Creating a Humanist Blockchain Future Rhys interviews Primavera De Filippi, the co-author of Blockchain and the Law, an advisor for DAOStack, a faculty associate at Harvard’s Berkman-Klein Center, and a permanent researcher at Paris’ National Center of Scientific Research. They chat about her new book, apply internet regulation to crypto, explore her Plantoid project, and chat about why she advises DAOStack. Enjoy and let him know if you have any feedback!
In this episode of Buy or Sell, JJ, Alec, and Dee discuss Christine Lagarde's statements regarding cryptocurrency regulation. Also, they touch on how Kraken is having to move from Japan. JJ goes into the major market movements and as always, gives some key pointers as to what is likely to happen in the markets.
We interview a very important man addressing many important topics this episode. You see, Yaya Fanusie spent seven years as both an economic and counterterrorism analyst in the CIA, where he regularly briefed White House-level policy makers, U.S. military personnel, and federal law enforcement. In 2008, he personally briefed President George W. Bush on terrorism threats, and in 2009, he spent three months in Afghanistan providing analytic support to senior military officials. WIth an interest in crypto over the last year, we wanted to interview him to see discuss a number of threats in the crypto world.
In this episode of Buy or Sell, JJ, Alec, and Dee discuss the movement of the rhino in the China Shop that is Bitcon. A 10% move in the week is also opening up other opportunities and as always, the perfect opportunity to take the W's.
Our guest this week is Carolyn Reckhow, a Blockchain Enthusiast and Director of Operations at ConsenSys. Her mind is a necessary part of the “blockchain 2.0”/Ethereum industry as it has grown from a research project into helping Fortune 500 companies build production blockchain applications. We chat about remedying some of the social and economic inequity issues facing the developing world. With blockchain identity solutions (like uPort for example) there are fascinating possibilities for new business models around putting personal data back into the hands of the people.
In this episode of Creating a Humanist Blockchain Future Rhys interviews Kim-Mai Cutler and Garry Tan, partners at Initialized Capital, the first seed investor in Coinbase. We chat about techno-utopianism vs. skepticism, venture capital as a system, why people are leaving SF, and #BUIDL as a powerful meme. Enjoy and let him know if you have any feedback!
Vitalik nerd rages out at a conference! Plus, Kora is building a more inclusive financial system on the blockchain, through infrastructure for community-owned financial services ecosystems. The goal is to provide low-cost, universal access financial services for everyone. We feature Maomao Hu from Kora on todays episode because it is absolutely crucial in bringing financial services to outcasts markets. Providing accessible technology clears the path to literacy and inclusion in terms of financial services. It makes launching a financial services business as cheap and easy as launching a new instance on AWS, with the prime benefit of driving down costs and increasing the variety of offerings for customers.
In this episode of Buy or Sell, JJ, Alec, and Noah Marconi discuss tips to surviving the bear market and general realities that blockchain technology may allow. Noah and Alec go a little bit into detail on the 0x protocol and what it will allow. They also talk about what the Rhythm Network will allow and what we are looking to develop.
In the sixth episode of the Bitcoin Podcast Network’s music broadcast, Crypto Until Infinity, host DJsNeverEndingStory presents a call-to-action to those interested in pursuing a music career that would be an alternative to the typical journey. Building a music blockchain community is necessary. Music featured in the commentary comes from the instrumental EP, The Minimalist, by DJsNeverEndingStory which is available on http://djsneverendingstory.com.
00:01:33 – J. Cole – Too Deep For The Intro
00:05:06 – Drake – Fear
If you're a singer, rapper, musician or beat-maker, and would like your music featured on the show, please contact DJsNeverEndingStory using the contact form on http://djsneverendingstory.com
In this episode of Creating a Humanist Blockchain Future I interview Sandra Ro, the COO and Managing Parter of UWINCorp. We dive into her social impact work with UWINCorp, why they’re using a blockchain, and her experience with the institutionalization of Wall St. Enjoy, and as always, let me know if you have any feedback!
n this episode of Buy or Sell, JJ, Alec, and Dee discuss the possiblities of decentralized exchanges and what they have to offer. What would markets behave like when the order book was global? Also, is the proposed ETH cap an April Fool's joke by Vitalik, or actually just a good idea? Also, we go into a bit of detail about our new publication, The Distributed Post. A publication that aims to provide gripping articles from all aspects of the crypto community. You can find the twitter here:
Here are two examples of articles that you can find on The Distributed post:
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After over a year of intense development and over three months in a limited release beta, Paul's highly anticipated multi-asset wallet is now available for all to use! The Edge Wallet is an integration of three core offerings: a hyper-secure and private personal vault, a friendly usable interface for blockchain networks and services, and an encrypted single sign-on solution for decentralized applications. All three capabilities will interact to allow behaviors that were inconceivable before Satoshi released the Bitcoin white-paper in late 2008. Ten short years later, here we are folks. Strap in!