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Let's Talk Bitcoin! #152 - Towards Innovation and Progress

Published on October 11th, 2014 by adam


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On Todays Show

Andreas speaks with the Canadian Senates' Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce. Todays episode is the entire two hour session, the 11th in their series entitled "Study on the Use of Digital Currency"

Background on the Study on the use of digital currency:

In Canada, the public debate surrounding Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies is currently being formalized as the official Study on the use of digital currency, a consultative exercise conducted at the initiative of the Senate of Canadas Banking, Trade and Commerce committee.

Although the Senate of Canada exerts less authority than the House of Commons, its standing committees have proven to be an influential source of expertise and opinion. It also enjoys considerable international attention: according to Stuart Hoegner, general counsel at the Bitcoin Alliance, no other parliamentary body in the world has publicly canvassed the breadth of materials and opinion that this committee has.

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Credits for Episode 152

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This episode was edited by Adam Levine

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

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