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E75 - Legitimacy and Permission

Published on January 14th, 2014 by letstalkbitcoin

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Subscribe to Let’s Talk Bitcoin! for free to automatically download new episodes. Shownotes for E75 - Legitimacy and Permission Rob Banagale is the founder and CEO of Gliph, an application that lets you securely communicate and until recently send or receive Bitcoins as easily as a text message, no address required. Apple’s App store had other opinions on the matter. Rob shares a little of the history behind Bitcoin and the app store, and explores a little of the thinking that might be behind the approach. But first, we've got the final panel from the Las Vegas Inside Bitcoins event from December 11th, 2013. This panel discusses the legitimacy of Bitcoin from a variety of perspectives, I think you will enjoy it. This panel features Izzy Klein, Robert Cho, Adam Ettinger, Eric Benz, Andreas M. Antonopoulos and was moderated by Ardon Lukasiewicz CREDITS Apple and Bitcoin was read and recorded by Rob Banagale, edited by Adam B. Levine Thanks to MediaBistro for putting on the Inside Bitcoins conference, the panel was recorded live at the event by the CoinsiderThis podcast at CoinsiderThis.com The panel featured Andreas M. Antonopoulos, Eric Benz, Robert Cho, Adam Ettinger Izzy Klein and Ardon Lukaslewicz Music was provided by Jared Rubens Calvin Henderson and Matthew Murkowski Questions or comments? Email [email protected] - Have a good one. General Support Addresses: Bitcoin: 1LTBShowv5nZ2fgZ4hWU7ieeDRNKSAxtov Litecoin: LZxkcspyUj3LnMjukTzcSSPkDvLu1uudZp
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