The winter is real. Low hanging fruit is we talk about the price and what that means for the community, but more importantly we evaluate what it means for developers and the interest as a whole. In addition, Vinny Lingham the OG internet entrepreneur who is the co-founder & CEO of Civic - an identity protection and management startup - joins us in the studio. He was also previously the founder and CEO of Gyft & Yola, Inc. and of course we chat about his bearish attitude on ETH, the correct way to do an ICO, and more!
Amy and Justin Newton discuss the state of anti-money launder (AML) and know-your-customer (KYC) laws as it pertains to blockchain technology and crypto.
Justin Newton is an early internet pioneer and technology startup veteran. His last four companies (BlackLine, Demand Media, NetZero and Above Net) all exited with +$1 Billion IPOs. He was responsible for architecting each company’s platform for global scale and preparing their data systems for regulatory compliance. Justin also founded the Internet Service Providers Consortium -- the first trade association for ISPs -- and served as its public policy director. He sits on the board for Adra Software and has been an advisor to more than a dozen startups, including Alcatel, Citrix and Juniper Networks.
In this bonus episode of The Bull Pen Podcast, The Crypto Bully and DJsNeverEndingStory team up to chat about the possibility of Bitcoin hitting $169 dollars by 2020. DJ is the host of Crypto Until Infinity Podcast, also on The Bitcoin Podcast Network, has experience as a successful music producer and audio engineer and is the 15+ year friend responsible for getting Lyndon interested and active into blockchain and cryptocurrency. Even though many important topics were discussed including the U.S. Justice Department’s investigation of Tether and Bitfinex, Bakkt delaying its Bitcoin futures launch and the importance of educating oneself if deciding to trade crypto, expect for there to be a healthy dose of humor during their chat as well. As The Crypto Bully says, “Let’s do it!”
Show notes: https://steemit.com/btc/@bullpenpodcast/25lsqz3i
00:00:00 – Disclaimer
00:00:47 – Intro
00:01:35 – Interview
On this episode, we have the extreme pleasure of interviewing Michael Yuan, Chief Scientist at CyberMiles. CyberMiles is building a blockchain platform targeted for e-commerce with those concerns in mind. Using a fork of Ethereum and the Ethereum toolsets, CyberMiles has an upgraded EVM with support for extended and extensible opcodes and a dPoS consensus system for validators to stake into the network. Their research is pushing the limits of what the existing technology can do, and they have some amazing progress in proving alternative systems for developing blockchain. Michael is a very exceptional scientists in this space, and he and Collin had a great conversation, not just about CyberMiles, but the space in general.
In Episode 13 of The Bull Pen Podcast, The Crypto Bully steps into the Bull Pen with Dr. Larry Sanger, co-founder of Wikipedia, Doctor of Philosophy and the current CIO (Chief Information Officer) of Everipedia. During this chat Dr. Sanger gives a back story on his past leading up to Wikipedia, his involvement in Wikipedia’s creation, his decision to walk away from Wikipedia in 2002 and what he believes Everipedia is doing right that could completely evolve the way online encyclopedias are created, upkept and explored thanks to blockchain. He also speaks on the differences between Everipedia and Wikipedia, the importance of user experience/user interface when it comes to blockchain an cryptocurrency projects and shared thoughts with Lyndon on the “fun” of being near the Ohio State College campus during a football game.
Today we talk with Patrick Camuso, the founder of Camuso CPA who set out to design a firm that transcends the standard industry client service models by taking an entrepreneurial approach to deliver clients the level of service and attention they require in an increasingly complex and rapidly developing business landscape. Camuso CPA takes a proactive approach to save you money, time, and piece of mind. If you’re looking for a CPA in Charlotte or anywhere else in the USA, you could stand to gain a lot from this firm. After hearing this Announcement episode, we encourage you to give them a call so they can go over exactly how they can help you. Whether you need tax preparation services, cryptocurrency portfolio analysis or any other service provided by a certified accountant, Camuso CPA can help.
Another week, another episode! Taylor Monahan - Founder & CEO of MyCrypto joins us as we talk about lightning network, hash rates, and getting LIT. Also, for the first time we invite a fellow podcaster on. In fact, he started listening to us years ago before he started his own. Matthew Aaron of Crypto101 fame swings by to cross pollinate the airwaves before we appear on his show next week. Also, brrr this winter is cold. Damn price!
In episode 31 of the Bitcoin Podcast Network’s music broadcast, Crypto Until Infinity, host DJsNeverEndingStory talks about Bitcoin’s recent record-breaking plunge, Coinbase and Centre’s USDC stablecoin being added to more exchanges and wallets, crypto scams in the Google Play store for Android users, and clarification on China’s ban on Bitcoin. Music in this episode is a mix of afrobeat, raggaeton, and hip-hop.
00:00:00 – DJsNeverEndingStory – The 90’s
00:09:29 – Sarz – Get Up (ft. DJ Tunez, Flash)
00:12:51 – Mr. P – Ebeano (Internationally)
00:16:44 – Lartiste – Mafiosa (ft. Caroliina)
00:19:57 – Mut4Y – How Deep Is Your Love (ft. Wurld)
00:24:11 – J Quiles – Si Tu (ft. Plan B)
00:27:58 – WizKid – Daddy Yo
00:30:37 – Tiwa Savage – Love Lova (ft. Duncan Mighty)
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
This is a weekly headline show where Dee and Jessie Broke do their best to highlight bits of nonce-sense from Crypto News. We only choose three articles for each day from the litany of blockchain news that is syndicated throughout a week. If you are interested in all the news articles that we horde in a week, please visit the link below to look at our collection.
This week's topics:
-Belarus is the new crypto safehouse!
-EOS was always centralized?
-Bitmain tells Jihan to kick rocks!
-Jessie tris to find a new golden ratio.
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Bijan is live at the LA Blockchain Invest Summit talking to cryptopreneurs who are changing the way we save money. These are more than your grandpa's security tokens. Vaultoro is providing a way to trade bitcoin for ownership rights to gold. BitIRA lets you use retirement savings vehicals to own crypto, and Blackmoon created a hedgefund equity token.
Alex va de Sande is a UX designer and developer for the Ethereum foundation who has come up with a new, clean way to provide universal login capability to any decentralized application. Using a combination of standards such as ERC725 identity contracts and his proposed ERC1077 and ERC1078, he has created a way to login across any application using a single login mechanism. We go over his system, his views on the challenges behind adoption that UX can solve, and the future of DApps as they begin implementing standards such as universal logins.
In Episode 12 of The Bull Pen Podcast, The Crypto Bully steps into the Bull Pen with Alex Saunders. Ever wonder what the blockchain and cryptocurrency scene was like in Australia? Well in this week’s episode Alex sheds some light on just that. Alex comes to the show with a wealth of knowledge since discovering Bitcoin in 2012 and trading in his job as a head pharmacist for his leading education platform and YouTube channel Nugget’s News. Alex is a trusted voice in the Australian crypto community and speaks on regulation, taxes, being a consultant to blockchain and cryptocurrency project and his unique investment strategy that combines fundamental analysis, technical analysis and market sentiment.
Amy and Ken Moyle discuss the impact of blockchain on the e-signature industry and document authentication, generally. Ken Moyle was DocuSign’s Chief Legal & Policy Officer and is Chair of the Public Policy Committee of the Electronic Signature and Records Association. Currently, Ken is President & Chief Legal Officer of K6 Partners, where he provides legal and consulting services to medium and large-sized businesses in their “digital transformation efforts".
Corey is back from Prague to give us recap part II of Devcon4. In addition, we invite "Shark Tank" participant Dmitri Love, who successfully pitched his company Bundil, a mobile app for investing in cryptocurrencies to the sharks - landing a $100K investment and a 50/50 business partnership with Kevin O'Leary, AKA "Mr. Wonderful". The concept behind the app works by automatically investing a users spare change into the cryptocurrency market. If you spent $9.50 somewhere, the app will automatically round up to the nearest dollar, investing $0.50 into your crypto portfolio in the app, which currently features Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin. This is definitely an entrepreneurial focused show. Let's get to it!
This is a weekly headline show where Dee and Jessie Broke do their best to highlight bits of nonce-sense from Crypto News. We only choose three articles, essentially at random, from the litany of blockchain news that is syndicated throughout a week. If you are interested in all the news articles that we horde in a week, please visit the link below to look at our collection.
-Lightning Devs camp out on Wall Street
-Off the Chain Podcast gets the boot from Apple, then it's back!
-Chinese school principals are mining at school.
-Jessie comes back from Prague and is the Green Lion of Voltron!
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Bijan is live at the LA Blockchain Invest Summit bringing us fresh ideas on how to connect end users to crypto. ODB coin in tribute to the Wu Tang legend will grant you an insider's access to unique merchandise and experience. Bitcoin Energy drink will let you mine for bitcoin on the bottom of their cans. Monarch wallet offers regulatory compliance in a mobile wallet, and Abra wants usability and integration with banks to lead your mobile wallet experience.
In episode 30 of the Bitcoin Podcast Network’s music broadcast, Crypto Until Infinity, host DJsNeverEndingStory talks about the recent U.S. midterm elections. Music in this episode is a mix of hip-hop and alternative r&b.
U.S. Midterms: Bitcoin-Friendly Politicians Elected in Colorado, California https://www.newsbtc.com/2018/11/07/u-s-midterms-bitcoin-friendly-politicians-elected-in-colorado-california/
00:00:00 – DJsNeverEndingStory – Good Thoughts
00:08:02 – Chance The Rapper – No Problem (ft. 2 Chainz, Lil Wayne)
00:13:06 – Reason – Summer Up
00:17:55 – Gunna – Top Off
00:21:12 – Tokyo Twilight – Little Things (ft. DVNA)
00:24:27 – EARTHGANG – Meditate
00:29:04 – FLATBUSH ZOMBiES – The Glory (ft. Denzel Curry)
In Episode 11 of The Bull Pen Podcast, The Crypto Bully steps into the Bull Pen with Ian Worrall, the founder and CEO of MyBit. MyBit in an Ethereum powered blockchain that enables the rapid building, testing, and deployment of wealth management applications. They currently have 4 applications live and available for use including MyBit Mobile and MyBit Trust and plans for at least 9 other MyBit powered dApps such as Fork, MyDAX and MyBit Payroll just to name a few. During his conversation with The Crypto Bully, Ian goes further into detail about MyBit, his beginnings in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space and plans for the near future.
This week it's just Dee and Cello and they get into the weeds about Devcon4 some more, and whether or not this community is heading in the right direction. In addition, the only way something can be wrong is if it can be proven, in which case, it is no longer an opinion, but an objective issue or a fact. Or is it? Lastly, Cello argues that in stressing the force of history on an organization, he argues that the behavior of individuals is determined primarily by past events and experiences, rather than by what lies ahead. So, is crypto an evolution or a revolution as organizations grow?...All this and more!
This is a weekly headline show where Dee and Jessie Broke do their best to highlight bits of nonce-sense from Crypto News. We only choose three articles, from the litany of blockchain news that is syndicated throughout a week. If you are interested in all the news articles that we horde in a week, please visit the link below to look at our collection.
-Coinbase wants all of the money!
-Janet Yellen owns Bitcoin...and she oheenoit.
-Binance and Uganda start a mutual relationship.
-Wayne subs for Jessie. Jessie is on a pilgrimage!
Another year, another Devcon. This time, we got to roam the streets of Prague, Czech Republic for a week. Who lived up to expectations and who disappointed…and most importantly, which announcements were game changing. Finally, there were also some hints for other improvements to the Ethereum platform that might be coming in the future. We anticipate hearing much more about these in the coming days at Devcon4. Listen now, and wait until the end of the conference for part 2. Like DMX, we gon’ give it to ya.
In episode 29 of the Bitcoin Podcast Network’s music broadcast, Crypto Until Infinity, host DJsNeverEndingStory announces a new type of stablecoin not pegged to the U.S. dollar, a crypto exchange acquisition, and more on this short episode featuring a mix of afrobeats and R&B music.
00:00:00 – DJsNeverEndingStory – Popsicle
00:02:12 – Flash – Balanciego
00:05:56 – Mr. Eazi – Pour Me Water
00:08:43 – WizKid – Fever
00:12:41 – AC Sessions – Where Did You Go
00:16:34 – Emilia Ali – Thick Thighs
In Episode 10 of The Bull Pen Podcast, The Crypto Bully steps into the Bull Pen with Preston Junger. This individual has an impressive corporate background that includes working with Fortune 500 companies such as Yahoo, Apple and worked as the VP of Brand Partnerships for Yelp. Preston talks about his transition into blockchain/crypto and life post Yelp, about his team “the blockchain squad,” what projects his company Miles Square Labs looks to work with and a few thoughts on community based crypto projects.
As Chair of the Advisory Board and Co-founder of iDisclose, Georgia Quinn assists entrepreneurs and small and startup businesses access capital and other resources they need in order to grow and prosper. She also is on the General Counsel at Coinlist, which is building the platform where the best digital asset companies run their token sales. Their customers are at the center of the digital asset and blockchain ecosystem. Georgia, and Amy Wan discuss recent securities law updates and more.
It has been YEARS since we last spoke to these two and we thought it was time for an update from the Equibit Group. Blockchain technology holds incredible promise for the financial industry. For the first time it’s now possible to create real-time, highly robust transfer and settlement systems that current services simply cannot compete with. The securities industry is, like the banking industry, filled with centralized intermediaries that clear and settle transactions, handle shareholder communications, and other labor-intensive work. These expensive tasks can now be replaced with peer-to-peer technologies that bring the costs of performing this work down dramatically. That's right, people! Issuing companies, dealers, and investors will all benefit significantly from cutting away this part of their overhead. We dive into all this and more!