Welcome to episode 69 of The Bitcoin Game, I'm Rob Mitchell. I attended Bitcoin 2019 in June and recorded a bunch of great interviews. But only one interview was with someone I kind of knew, and that was Doug Scribner. He's been in the scene a long time, and recalls buying Bitcoin at Porcfest from Charlie Shrem, Erik Voorhees, and Roger Ver. His first major project, WatchMyBit, was a bit ahead of its time (pun unintended). Now he's focused on Vault Logic, a multi-purpose, Bitcoin-capable, "Smart ATM" hardware and software platform.
Doug Scribner on Twitter
VaultLogic on Twitter
Early article on Robocoin (Wired)
Quorum (JP Morgan)
Article on Overstock's Patrick Byrne and Ravencoin
Medici Ventures (subsidiary of Overstock)
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Bitcoin Keychains - BTCKeychain.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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