Hello, welcome to episode 50 of The Bitcoin Game, I'm Rob Mitchell. This episode also marks three years since I started this podcast.
Back in 2013, when I was first getting into Bitcoin, Jeremy Allaire's interest in the space was a big validation of Bitcoin's importance as a disruptive technology. So I was pretty excited when Brian Cohen introduced me to Jeremy to arrange this interview. In today's podcast, you'll hear Jeremy talk about his early days exploring the Internet, then building companies based on innovative content delivery tools, and eventually, his decision to create Circle, a payment company built on Bitcoin. Jeremy also talks about his brand new open-source project, CENTRE.
How many billions of dollars worth of cryptocurrency did Circle trade in August? Listen and find out!
Three years of Circle blog posts
Circle's OTC Trade Desk
The new CENTRE project
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All music in this episode of The Bitcoin Game was created by Rob Mitchell.
The Bitcoin Game box art was created from an illustration by Rock Barcellos.