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  • CaptK

    Definitely the show, been a listener since E01, didn't bother to subscribe to magic words until yesterday.

    Blame Mr. Barrett for that one, his enthusiasm in general but LTBcoin in particular is infectious.

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  • optictopic

    Since I often forget to enter the magic words after listening, it must be for the content.

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  • odolvlobo

    I skim the podcasts for the magic words, but I listen to them later. I keep up to date, but I can't always listen to them all within the 4 day window.

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  • Rob

    Thanks everyone for the feedback so far, I think it's pretty interesting info for podcasters and the network. I hope people will keep adding more answers!

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  • jorj_x_mckie

    I listen only to shows that interest me regardless of the LTBcoin reward.

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  • Sixtenthsacre

    Content. Haven't put in a magic word yet.

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  • ikidesu

    60% for magic word and 40% for content xD

    LTB add: 1HxvB4kjjXC4xAMW9nt4FuQqtgzWEEUPbB

    Dogeparty: D8S4k5gmituVapGtWfsqNJHKfSKvXJFLwF

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  • Sir Real

    I listen for the content. RARELY am I ever bored with any shows and just half listen and wait for the magic word.. Also the magic word thing has got me even more addicted to the LTB shows! It's very fun and scarily rewarding to enter it and see the verification!

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  • Bernhard

    ye i listen them. very funny the guy with the dog wowowooo haha. :)

    negative point i must give to Uncoinventional Living :(

    Pay your holidays with bitcoin Morocco apartments and surfing

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  • kchong

    If the rewards wasn't there, I probably wouldn't had the motive to adopt other forms of content about bitcoin. As I believe Andresson put it, software is eating the world and media companies become content pushers, it's becoming increasingly competitive for an audience and Add on living in New York, it's difficult to decipher information and to be genuinely interested in something. In my case, as a beginner, I was happy to find LTB podcast with Andreas, Stephanie and Adam on Soundcloud and would only listen to it on Soundcloud. When I heard about the magic word, it was easy enough for me, who has basic knowledge about coding and finance, to try different forms of content about bitcoin. Also, as great is it to be decentralized and global, for someone who is as green as me, outside this space it's hard to vet people/companies. At times, the hobby feels like more responsibility than I expected. In any case, you guys do a great job of being entertaining, thoughtful and informative.

    In some way LTB feels like a collaborative informational social network. Rap Genius was a similar feel. Their base frame is a forum and adding on specific user content to create an enhanced online learning experience. There's been some controversy with the CEO and such and haven't really been into it. But the collaboration with Standard Start up school is an interesting use of heavy reference use in an online community. Another one I saw, is Hackpad.

    Lastly, signing up for rewards allows users to practice the use of the currency. Again, for a beginner it is a nice sandbox for people to experiment and understand the learning curve of adopting something like this. I know I've run into problems and had to put in effort. So thanks for providing theories and testing them out.

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