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Let's Talk Bitcoin! #208 Control and Responsibility

Published on April 28th, 2015 by adam

On Todays Show

  • Adam, Andreas and Stephanie discuss improvements, trends, advantages and weaknesses as they've experianced them over the last few years. As bitcoin clients go native and adapt to the environments which surround them, are we gaining or losing?

This session was recorded the last week of March so some of the time references to other interviews are a little off.

"I want to be in charge of my finances, and I don't want someone else to be able to pre-empt my financial choices... But I don't want to do the things that a bank does!"

Stephanie Murphy

"What we're seeing here is that the various categories of wallets behave differently and incorporate different features based on the platform they're [built] on..."

Andreas M. Antonopoulos

"...Cross compatability [of bitcoin accounts between different wallets] takes a lot of the security concerns off of being able to recover [your wallet] if a given application or service goes down that might have otherwise created your account in a proprietary way..."

Adam B. Levine

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Credits for Episode 208

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Content for todays episode was provided by Stephanie, Andreas and Adam

This episode was edited by Adam Levine

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

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