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On Todays Show
Adam, Stephanie and Preston Byrne Discuss the Bitlicense Proposal, Governance and Libertarianism the day after the Bitlicense was first revealed.
Sponsors for Episode 137
2014 Sponsor - KryptoKit
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After about a month and a half of running sponsor auctions on the forums, I'm pleased to announce the LTB auctioneer system has been released in its initial highly experimental form thanks to @deweller. You visit auction.letstalkbitcoin.com or click the Auction option from the page menu and you'll be taken to our Token Auction portal.
Anyone can create an auction - Don't have LTBc? You might want to talk to BitOfThis Sponsor Brokers who accept Bitcoin and bid on your behalf in LTBc.
Credits for Episode 137
Content for todays show was provided by Stephanie Murphy, Preston Byrne and Adam B. Levine
This episode was edited by Matthew Zipkin and Adam Levine
Album art: Flickr
If you're a developer, you might be interested in our upcoming Coins-for-Commits program. As the platform goes open source in the coming weeks we'd like as much help as possible and you'll earn 10,000LTBc per commit that is accepted. You can find the github repository here, and the current to-do workboard here