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The Bitcoin Game #9 - Gray Bright, Hardware Interfaces

Published on February 2nd, 2015 by Rob

Welcome to The Bitcoin Game, I'm Rob Mitchell.

In December of 2014, I went to visit Gray Bright, an Australian currently living in Los Angeles. He's been a maker all his life, and he graduated with an advanced degree in Robotic and Mechatronic Engineering. Gray has notable experience in product development, but what he enjoys making most are hardware / software creations that simply make him smile. Gray is also involved at mixing entertainment and comedy with tech and science. He shares two of his Bitcoin-related creations, and we chat about other cryptocurrency subjects.


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Show links

Gray Bright's site

Gray at the L.A. Bitcoin Meetup Show & Tell

Gray's Bitcoin Ticker Page

Mining Energy Talk on BitcoinTalk.org

Dogecar Pit Crew LA Party

Bitcoin Specie

The Tomorrow Show (hopefully video will be here soon)

Gray Bright's New "Groupie Stick"


Bitcoin Keychains by Bkeychain


Music in this episode was created by me, or with friends and family. Ganesh Painting Company is the name of one of the jam bands I feature live recordings of regularly. Some of the musicians you're hearing in the band are Mike Coleman, Rick Marshal, and Michael Goldstein. Feel free to contact me if you want more info about any music you hear on the podcast.

Thanks for listening!

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Email me at Rob at TheBitcoinGame.com

New podcast artwork created from an illustration by Rock Barcellos.

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