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Let's Talk Bitcoin #143 From Up Close

Published on September 9th, 2014 by adam


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On Todays Show

We kick things off at Porcfest 2014, Stephanie moderates a wide ranging Women in Bitcoin panel featuring Paige Peterson, MK Lords, Tatiana Moroz and Lynn Ulbricht. This panel occupies the first half of the show.

Then, Editor-in-Chief of American Banker Marc Hochstein recently caught up with Charlie Shrem onstage at their first cryptocurrency event. They talk felonies, assumptions, and the burden of compliance on founder dependent startups.

And finally we take a step back from the obviously cryptocurrency and think a little different. At yesterdays Techcrunch Disrupt there was the obvious point of excitement around Braintree and thus Paypals upcoming acceptance, but there was another talk you might not have heard about that struck a chord with me. If all you want is bitcoin, don't listen to the final conversation between EV Williams, Walter Isaacson as moderated by Matthew Panzarino.

Sponsors for Episode 142

2014 Sponsor - KryptoKit

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So if you really liked this episode and you're sending bitcoin, instead of sending .01btc (5 dollars), send .010143 (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 1,143 for the same impact!

Credits for Episode 143

This episode was edited by Adam Levine

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

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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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