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Let's Talk Bitcoin #140 Boots on the Ground

Published on August 30th, 2014 by Adam B. Levine


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On Todays Show

Our first full Correspondent Episode!

First, Adam is joined by Chris DeRose who recently return from Argentina. They talk differences, similarities and lessons to learn.

Then, Chris shares with us an interview from Argentina with Diego, a very active Bitcoiner helping bring the technology to the people who need it.

Sponsors for Episode 140

2014 Sponsor - KryptoKit

LTBc Sponsors:

YOU!

If you like this episode, send Bitcoin or LTBc to this address and if you want to emphasize that THIS was a valuable episode enter the show number (140) as the last three digits.

1JDQ5KSqUTBo5M3GUPx8vm9134eJRosLoH


So if you really liked this episode and you're sending bitcoin, instead of sending .01btc (5 dollars), send .010140 (6 cents more) and we'll add it to the tally for this episode. If you're sending LTBcoin (the same address will accept both), instead of sending 1,000LTBc, send 1,140 for the same impact!


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 140

This episode was edited by Denise Levine and Adam Levine

Music for todays show was provided by Jared Rubens and General Fuzz

Album art: Wikipedia

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

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