Welcome to episode 65 of The Bitcoin Game. I'm Rob Mitchell, and I just got back from the Bitcoin 2019 conference in San Francisco. I'm really glad I decided to attend after taking a long break from conferences, as I had a great time and got some really good interviews. I'm going to release them in the order I recorded them, so up first is Jimmy Song.
Oh, I also want listener feedback. This interview is unedited, whereas my typical episodes are heavily edited, with the goal of delivering the most listenable and content-dense experience possible. But all that editing takes a lot of time, which reduces the amount of content I release. So please give your feedback on this episode's show notes page (below), or I'm theBTCgame on Twitter. I've got some cool Bitcoin stuff to give away to a couple of people who give me feedback, in case you need additional incentive.
Jimmy on Twitter
Colored Coins Wiki
Jimmy's Early 2017 Blog Post
RubenSomsen's Blind Statechains presentation at Breaking Bitcoin
Statechains White Paper
The Bitcoin spinner I designed, 3D-printed, and gave to Jimmy. You might win one if you give feedback on this episode!
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Bitcoin Keychains - BKeychain.com
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.
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