Episode #20: Evolution and Satoshi’s Personal Vault
Today is June 16th 2014 – Welcome to Episode #20 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 travel to Waterloo, Canada for a conversation with Adam Cochran, the Marketing director for the Canadian Bitcoin exchange Vault of Satoshi (www.vaultofsatoshi.com/). Adam tells us about high security, building trust in the Bitcoin community and U.S. versus Canadian Bitcoin exchange regulations. We also get the low down on what might be an insider’s tip about EMC2 . . . Einsteinum Coin. Shhhh I’m busy investing heavily.
We also talk with Ryan Walker, an independent consultant and cryptocurrency enthusiast based out of Denver, Colorado. Ryan talks to us about Darwin, Dinosaurs, and the Evolution of currencies through the ages. Could greenbacks be on the verge of extinction? Is Bitcoin evolving faster than we realize? Exciting stuff folks so . . .
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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 in his garage.
Theme song “Gravy” by the band, Eleanor Roosevelt with Lij on fiddle.
Harmonica tracks provided by Billy O. Longstreet of Nashville, Tennessee.
And a big thank you to our sponsor Miktek Audio for providing the fantastic PM9 microphones!
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