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Shownotes for Episode 62 – The $900 Episode – Let’s Talk Bitcoin!
Andreas is back on native soil again educating about Bitcoin and visiting family, he checks in with an interview from Athens Based Hackerspace GR. They talk culture and how easy those early bitcoins came and went in the days before their value was understood.
Then, the battle for your Bitcoins online is often a battle against bugs and those who would exploit them to your detriment. The guys at Crowdcurity have taken the bug hunt to an institutional level, we talk websites and wallet security, bitcoins and bounties
Later, Anthony Di Iorio is a familiar face on Let’s Talk Bitcoin because he’s always doing so many things. We catch up about the major canadian conference they’re planning for spring, the mysteriously named and very cool open source KryptoKit project and more.
Where do you stand on Coin Validate Whitelist? I’ve been talking to a lot of folks and thinking way too much on the topic, we wrap todays show with my best explanation of the problem, the project and the current battlelines surrounding this pivotal upcoming issue.
Hackerspace GR was produced by Andreas M. Antonopoulos, edited by Adam B. Levine and featured Stefanos (I have no idea if this is the correct spelling) and Andreas M. Antonopoulos
The Segments Crowdcurity and Kryptokit were produced and edited by Adam B. Levine. Crowdcurity featured Esben Friiz Jensen, Jacob Hansen and Adam B. Levine. Kryptokit Feated Anthony Di Iorio and Adam B. Levine
The Coinvalidate Quandry was written, produced, edited and performed by Adam B. Levine
Music was provided by Jared Rubens
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