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    Bitcoin & Co - Roselyne Wanjiru: Bitcoin in Kenya

    November 30th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    After covering Zimbabwe, Senegal, South Africa, Ghana, and Nigeria, I have the honor to host a guest from Kenya. Roselyne Wanjiru is the Director of Growth & User Acquisition at Pesabase and an advocate for the digital economy in Kenya. Read More
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    Citizen Bitcoin - Brandon Quittem: It's a Strange Time to Be a Human

    November 20th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    As most of you know Brandon Quittem is one of my best Bitcoiner friends - I just love to sit down to talk Bitcoin and see where we end up going. In this on we follow the white rabbit down many rabbit holes. It's a really fun hangout episode, grab yourself a beverage, a smoke, a little meditation, whatever your jam is, to relax and open your mind and join us on this little journey. Read More
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    Unhashed Podcast - White Walkers & Polite DeFi Thieves

    November 20th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    On this episode of the Unhashed Podcast, Colin, Mario, and Bryan discuss the advent of KYC on mined bitcoin transactions by BlockSeer and whether this presents the beginnings of a threat to bitcoin. We also enjoy the strangely cordial discussion between DeFi hackers and a "nurse" that they stole funds from. Meanwhile, Cred deals with liabilities of...well, they're not sure how much, but it's a LOT. On the brighter side of things, mining pool Poolin spearheads a miner-backed effort to support Taproot activation, hopefully an indication of a smoother update than experienced with SegWit. Read More
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    Bitcoin Audible - Poolin's Initiative to Activate Taproot [Aaron Van Wirdum]

    November 18th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    The code has been merged, the client is on the way, and it's time for the miners and community to bring this to the next step. Led by the mining pool "Poolin," they and others are reaching out to other major pools to get confirmation on support for the soft fork upgrade, and how they would like to see it activated. With various options, risks, and time horizons, this is the beginning of finding a standard for the client release where taproot is finally brought to the Bitcoin network. Today's read is another great piece from Bitcoin Magazine author Aaron Van Wirdum breaking it all down. Listen to find out. Read More
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    Block Crunch - $0 to $3 Billion: The Master Plan for USDC - Jeremy Allaire

    November 17th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    Within a few years, USDC ballooned from an experiment to a $3 billion dollar phenomenon - but this is just the beginning. CEO and founder of Circle, Jeremy Allaire (@jerallaire) joins us in revealing: Read More
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    Bitcoin & Co - Philip Agyei Asare: Bitcoin in Ghana

    November 19th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    In this episode I am talking with Philip Agyei Asare from Ghana. He is the Co-founder and CEO of BTC Ghana and the Blockchain Foundation Africa. Philip hosted the first Bitcoin conference in Ghana in 2014. We are talking about Bitcoin adoption, about the fact that Chinese people in Ghana prefer to send Bitcoin home and why he believes that Africa is the future of bitcoin. Read More
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    Bitcoin & Co - Grey Jabesi: Bitcoin in South Africa

    November 12th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    This time I am talking about Bitcoin in South Africa with Grey Jabesi the founder of Crypto University and the Hardc0re Crypt0 YouTube channel. In the first segment, you will hear a message from Miss Aurra. She is talking about the result of our call for bitcoin donations at St. Anne's school in Harare. The school had to be closed down due to the corona pandemic and a lack of funding. It is positive news. Don't let that hold you back. The school needs permanent funding! Read More
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    Unhashed Podcast - $1M K-pop ICO Launch Party

    November 17th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    On this week’s episode of the Unhashed Podcast: the US government seized $1B Silk Road Bitcoin, Bitcoin SV lost funds due to a foolish multisig bug which makes Colin laugh uncontrollably, crypto lending platform Cred files for bankruptcy with police investigation on-going, Bitmex Research publishes an article on the prevalence of Merge Mining, and Ruben shares his $1M kpop ICO launch party story while the crew reminisces over the best buffet they ever had. Read More
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    Citizen Bitcoin - Meni Rosenfeld: A Mathematician's Look at Bitcoin

    November 17th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    Meni Rosenfeld is a mathematician and on the board of the Israeli Bitcoin Association. Meni has been around since 2011 and has contributed his thinking to the bitcoin ecosystem since then. He helped found the Israeli Bitcoin Association and has worked with the government there to make laws more bitcoin friendly. In this one Meni shares stories of his time in early bitcoin, some of his first contributions, his thoughts on UASF and the blocksize debate, and his take on the future bitcoin could bring about in this world. Read More
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    Unhashed Podcast - Somsen on Blind Merged Mining

    November 6th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    On this week’s episode of the Unhashed Podcast: Somsen discusses "sidechains" for Bitcoin that do everything a separate blockchain can do, except storing value, or more specifically Blind Merged Mining and the Perpetual One-way Peg, in another guest appearance on the Van Wirdum Sjorsnado podcast. Read More
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    Bitcoin Audible - When Bitcoin Melts The System, Prosperity Steps In [Thibaud Marechal]

    November 12th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    The systemic imbalances of our monetary system are far deeper than most realize. It is the very foundation of our consumerist culture, its the course of our bloated, corrupt financial industry, it props up the impossible size of the advertising giants and surveillance capitalism, it creates a monetary premium on goods that should be valued by their productive capacity or actual use, & it betrays the very people who need money most to be a stable, wealth preserving tool. Fix the Money; Fix the world. Another brilliant article at BitcoinMagazine.com and by returning author Thibaud Marechal on the poisonous consequences of a broken money system. Read More
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    Citizen Bitcoin - Jesse Berger: Magic Internet Money

    November 5th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    Jesse Berger quit his career in banking and finance to find something, anything to do in Bitcoin. This is what Bitcoin does to us! Eventually he landed on writing this 100 page Bitcoin book called Magic Internet Money. I think it’s a fine addition to the growing collection of Bitcoin books and so I wanted to get Jesse on the show - happy to introduce you all to Jesse Berger. Read More
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    Bitcoin Audible - The Lightning Liquidity Marketplace [Peter Chawaga]

    November 6th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    A new ecosystem has just begun. With Bitcoin native financial markets, Lightning Labs has released the beginning of an entirely new structure of Bitcoin finance with Lightning Pool Marketplace. An open, global, noncustodial auction for liquidity on the lightning network, and a novel way to execute contracts off-chain. This is the beginning of something big. Don’t miss this excellent article from Bitcoin Magazine and author Peter Chawaga. The future of lightning is coming into focus. Read More
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    Bitcoin & Co - Fodé Diop: Bitcoin in Senegal

    November 5th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    In this episode I am exploring the situation in Senegal with Fodé Diop, the founder of the Bitcoin developers meetup in Dakar. You will learn about his personal bitcoin story, the characteristics of his home country Senegal, the influence of French politics in Senegal and why Bitcoin matters, the state of bitcoin adoption and more. I have never been to Senegal nor have I studied it in any way. That’s why I found it especially interesting to hear Fodé‘s stories. I hope you like it, too! Read More
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    Citizen Bitcoin - Preston Pysh: Bullish on Bitcoin

    October 29th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    Preston Pysh, cofounder of The Investors Podcast Network, host of We Study Billionaires and a long time bitcoiner joins Brady. We discuss Preston's time flying in the military, then get into Bitcoin. We discuss the heap of bullish news for Bitcoin this year and then answer questions from the YouTube live chat. This was a great one! Read More
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    Bitcoin & Co - Gloria Zhao: A College Student's Journey to Bitcoin Core Development

    October 22nd, 2020 by BTCMedia
    Todays guest is Gloria Zhao, she is a Bitcoin Core developer, former president of "Blockchain at Berkeley" and will finish her Computer Science studies at the end of 2020. We discuss how Bitcoin and blockchain technologies are seen by her fellow college students, why she chose to work on Bitcoin only instead of all the other Silicon Valley stuff and blockchain projects that are around. Read More
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    Bitcoin & Co - Nic Carter: Bitcoin Disrupts Our Politicized Financial Infrastructure

    October 1st, 2020 by BTCMedia
    Nic Carter is a Bitcoiner with a financial and philosophical background. I wanted to have him on the show for a long time. He is thoughtful and interesting to talk to as you will hear. We touch on some of his favourite topics like Bitcoin metaphysics, crypto-dollarization, historical references to free banking and the future of privacy and surveillance in the digital era. Read More
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    Unhashed Podcast - Square puts $50M in Brainwallet

    October 22nd, 2020 by BTCMedia
    On this week’s episode of the Unhashed Podcast: Square purchases $50M worth of bitcoin, File Coin accidentally allows the sale of testnet coins, Bitmex changes leadership, why brainwallets are bad, taproot gets merged, Justin Sun ruins Bittorrent, and Coinbase starts paying Core developers. Read More
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    Citizen Bitcoin - Danny Diekroeger: From Baseball to Bitcoin

    October 27th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    Danny Diekroger is a software engineer at CashApp and Bitgo before that. He has been writing some great threads educating about how bitcoin works and why we need it. He’s working on compiling those into a short book. In this one we get into Danny’s background as a pro baseball player, his evolution as a bitcoin builder, cover a few bitcoin education topics like Replace By Fee and Taproot and talk about why we need Bitcoin, especially in this moment. Read More
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    Bitcoin & Co - Miss Aurra, Zimbabwe: Bitcoin Changed My Whole Life

    October 29th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    Today’s episode is the start of a new series about Bitcoin in Africa. I have been traveling to Zimbabwe and Botswana in February 2020 to find out if and how Bitcoin is known and used there. When I left the African continent at the beginning of March it was unclear how the pandemic is going to change the economical situation of countries that were already in a deep crisis like Zimbabwe or Nigeria and how it would affect the adoption of bitcoin in Subsaharan countries. With the upcoming episodes I want to give you insights into African nations such as Senegal, Kenya, Ghana and South Africa. This episodes topic is Zimbabwe. My guest is Miss Aurra Kawanzaruwa. She is a digipreneur and the principal of St. Anne’s school in the country's capital Harare. Read More

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