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May 1st, 2016 by adam
On Episode 291...
Adam and Stephanie pick Brian's brain at length about the early days of the just-released distributed commerce platform and what comes next.Read More
April 23rd, 2016 by adam
On Episode 290...
On Today's Episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin, we're joined by Kirk Phillips, author of the Ultimate Bitcoin Business Guide. After the interview we'll listen to chapter 9 of the just-released Audiobook version on Credit Card Chaos narrated by Stephanie Murphy.
This episode also features an update on the successful Tokenly campaign and the new roles on the Tokenly team we're looking to fill immediately.Read More
April 9th, 2016 by adam
On Episode 289...
First, we'll hear about the basics of Tokenly for Crowdfunding. Then, we'll be joined by Stephanie for a conversation about Minimum Viable Data or MVD and the prototype Tokenly Music project. Later, we'll check in with Devon and Nick, Tokenly's two technical co-founders about Ethereum support and APIs. Then finally we'll rejoin Stephanie to talk about the two biggest problems in the way of any mainstream cryptocurrency use, and how Tokenly has solved them.
Next week we'll be announcing a Tokenly integration contest - Although full details won't be announced until then, you can take a look at our various APIs in the shownotes.Read More
27,327 viewsMarch 12th, 2016 by adam
On Episode 286...
Adam, Andreas and Stephanie are joined by returning guest John Ratcliff to talk about how "The" lightning network is really "a" lightning network, and what our future holds.Read More
22,655 viewsMarch 5th, 2016 by adam
On Episode 285...
Whether you're talking about the maximum size of blocks, centralization, incentives on the network or even why we mine, it feels like issues that have been simmering for a long time are coming to a head.
On today's episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin, we're going back in time to the summer of 2013, for two segments off two early episodes dealing with some of the exact same issues and many of the themes that dominate the conversation today.Read More
February 27th, 2016 by adam