Published on March 29th, 2014 by
Let's Talk Bitcoin!
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Shownotes for Let’s Talk Bitcoin Episode 96 – Don't Stomp the Gecko
- Welcome to Let’s Talk Bitcoin! A twice weekly show about the ideas, people and projects Building the new digital economy and the future of money.
- My name is Adam B. Levine, and man are my legs tired. Krystal and I spent the week in San Francisco for the Coinsummit conference, it was a really interesting event.
- Following up on episode 95’s questions about the Bitcoin Foundation, and in the immediate aftermath of the IRS clarification, I grabbed a talk with Patrick Murck on the foundation, the DATA organization, transparency, insurance and more.
- Then, for the rest of todays episode we’re pleased to feature one of my favorite panels from the event - Andreas Antonopoulos of Blockchain.info and of course one of the hosts on Let’s Talk Bitcoin!, Professor Susan Athey of Stanford, Jonathan Levin of Coinometrics discuss whether Bitcoin is a flash in the pan. Moderated by Nathaniel Popper of the New York Times, this is not to be missed.
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Content for this episode was provided by Adam B. Levine, Patrick Merck, Susan Athey, Jonathan Levin, Andreas M. Antonopoulos, and Nathaniel Popper. Special thanks to CoinSummit for the great event and panels.. This episode was produced and edited by Adam B. Levine
Music for this episode was provided by Jared Rubens, Ross Mintzer and General Fuzz
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