Show Notes for Episode # 18: Silver Bullets and the 5th Beatle
Today is June 2nd 2014 – Welcome to Episode # 18 of Bitcoins and Gravy, a weekly show about anything and everything having to do with Bitcoins and the Bitcoin community.
On today’s show Lij and I speak with Stephen Macaskill of Amagi Metals. Stephen talks to us about the value of Gold, the value of Bitcoin, and how a Silver Bullet may not save your life, but may be good to have around anyway. Stephen also introduces us to a word that promises to replace the overused word “awesome”. Yes it’s true folks - Crypto is changing our world, but Crypto is also now an adjective! Don’t miss this interview – it’s totally Crypto!
We also get to talk with Eddie Corral and Cédric Cobban of Bitshares Music for an introduction to what’s to come as they offer us a sneak peek at a new music platform that just might give iTunes and Amazon a run for their money, or a run for their bitcoins anyway! Hop on the tour bus and join the band next time you listen to your favorite music. Bitchares Music lets you become the fifth Beatle!
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Stephen Macaskill: Amagi Metals
Eddie Corral and Cédric Cobban: Bishares Music
Special thanks to Alex Munõz Guijarro for his excellent pedal steel playing.
Interviews for this episode were edited and produced by Elijah “Lij” Shaw at The Toy Box Studio, East Nashville, TN, and by John Barrett from the top of Radio Mountain.
Theme song “Gravy” by the band, Eleanor Roosevelt with Lij on fiddle.
Harmonica tracks provided by Billy O. Longstreet.
And a big thank you to our sponsor Miktek Audio for providing the fantastic PM9 microphones!
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