On today's show I travel to San Diego to speak with Paul Puey, the CEO and co-founder of Airbitz.co, a mobile and web app company soon to be launching a Bitcoin wallet on iOS and Android. Airbitz is also a business directory that helps you find merchants in 14 different countries where bitcoin is accepted. Paul talks to us about the launch of their bitcoin wallet in a few weeks and how the Airbitz wallet differs fundamentally from many other bitcoin wallets.
I also speak with Sam Patterson, the Operations Lead for OpenBazaar.org. Open Bazaar is an open source project to create a decentralized network for commerce online using Bitcoin that has NO fees and cannot be censored. Sam talks to us about Multisig addresses, notaries, arbiters and how the peer to peer transactions and open source code of OpenBazaar is going to change how we buy and sell on the internet. In this interview we will find out if it's possible for a notary and arbitration network to actually replace Trust!
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Open Bazaar song lyrics and melody by John and Robert Barrett
Ode To Satoshi
Ode to Satoshi lyrics & melody by John Barrett
Copyright 2014 RJM Publishing - BMI Nashville.
Lead Vocal, Harmony Vocals, Harmonica, Snare Drum:
Harmony vocals: John Barrett, Connie Sinclair and Lij Shaw
Guitar: Jonathan Brown
Mandolin: Ben Miller
Bass Guitar: Michael Rinne
Initial tracks recorded by Mark Thornton of Sidekick Sound Studios, Madison, TN. All other tracks Recorded, Mixed and Mastered at The Toy Box Studio, Nashville, Tennessee
Engineer: Lij Shaw. Assistant to engineer: Don "The Don" Bates
Produced by John Barrett & Elijah "Lij" Shaw
Special thanks to Alex Munoz Guijarro for his excellent pedal steel playing on many of our shows.
Interviews for this episode were edited and produced by John Barrett at The Tree House Studio - East Nashville, Tennessee.
Theme song "Gravy" by the band, Eleanor Roosevelt with Lij on fiddle.
And a big thank you to my sponsor The Tennessee Bitcoin Alliance: TennesseeBitcoin.org
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