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The Bitcoin Game #48: Digging Deeper (Part One) - Ryan X. Charles

Published on August 22nd, 2017 by Rob

Hello, welcome to episode 48 of The Bitcoin Game, I'm Rob Mitchell.

In episode 47 you heard the Bitcoin Scaling panel I moderated at the State Of Digital Money in Los Angeles. While I loved being part of that panel, I really didn’t get to ask many questions. The time allotted to that panel went by so quickly that I really wanted more! So, I was able to arrange interviews with Ryan X. Charles and Eric Lombrozo to dig a bit deeper into some issues around scaling and Bitcoin forks. In this episode I talk to Ryan; you’ll hear Eric in episode 49.

UPDATE: Things move fast in Bitcoin! Five days after this interview, Ryan announced Yours will be moving to Bitcoin Cash:

The Bitcoin Game 48 - Digging Deeper (Part One) - Ryan X. Charles


The Bitcoin Game #47: Scaling Bitcoin with Paul Puey, Tone Vays, Ryan X. Charles, and Eric Lombrozo

Ryan X. Charles Twitter


Bitcoin Cash


Bitcoin Core

Ryan X. Charles: Could Yours adopt Bitcoin Cash?

The Original “Ripple” company

That time I met Ryan X. Charles in The Netherlands (The Future Of Bitcoin presentation)

Hanging with the Big Blockers in The Netherlands Hanging with the Big Blockers in The Netherlands

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All music in this episode of The Bitcoin Game was created by Rob Mitchell, except “Entry of the Gladiators” was written by Julius Fucik, and performed by an unknown midi transcriber, via Garageband.

The Bitcoin Game box art was created from an illustration by Rock Barcellos.

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