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LTB E184 - Epicenter Bitcoin with Adam B. Levine

Published on February 3rd, 2015 by adam


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On Todays Show

Adam B. Levine, the “Spiritual Grandfather” of Epicenter Bitcoin and Editor-in-Chief of Let’s Talk Bitcoin, joins us to share his “crazy” passion for information and cryptocurrency. Never shy when it comes to talking about complicated subjects, Adam divulges his ideas about the next iteration of the experimental Let’s Talk Bitcoin Network and his newly launched standalone token vending machine, SwapBot. Adam also opens up about his role as the Chief Visionary Officer of CoinPowers and why he thinks it might have ultimately failed as a project. We also get Adam’s take on the future of crowdfunding and what role he sees himself playing within the crypto community moving forward.

We covered many topics on this episode:

  • The integral part Adam played in the creation of Epicenter Bitcoin
  • How the Let’s Talk Bitcoin podcast show and network were born
  • The Tokenly Platform
  • The recent discontinuation of certain LTB Network shows
  • LTBCoin and the problems it aims to solve
  • Tokens Vs. cryptocurrencies
  • Content monetization and crowdfunding

Links

SWAPBOT Prototype Tokenly Project

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Credits for Episode 184

Content for todays episode was provided by Adam, Sébastien and Brian

This episode was edited by Adam B. Levine

Music for todays show was provided by Jared Rubens and Nihls Frahm

If you're a developer, you might be interested in our 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

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