I emailed Adam a couple of weeks ago. He said they will have an announcement on the next episode of Lets Talk Bitcoin; and sometime after that episode, they will do the final LTBCoin to PO.ET swap. Good Luck! It really looks like and interesting pr...
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I think your idea takes conferences for LTB it to a whole new level. Some great ideas and also great questions that we should look at more closely. Sounds like you have thought about this a great deal.
I do agree that fewer conferences with high quality should be the priority until a system is in place.Posted on March 19, 2014 at 5:15 PM
I think loon3 has the right idea!Posted on March 19, 2014 at 5:09 PM
My name is Denise. I have been helping to edit LTB for the past couple of months starting with written submissions, and now also editing audio, which I totally enjoy. It appeals to the micromanager in me I did not know was there. I have been learning about Bitcoin since last April, when Adam started the show and am slowly grasping not only the concept, but the implications. I have always had issues with government control (might be where Adam gets it) so the autonomy of Bitcoin appeals to me. None of us need more bosses.I have been writing for the University of California Master Gardener program and our local paper for the past 15 years, have helped run Farmers Markets and have a background in psychology and marketing. Communicating is important to me, and I have been part of several large programs that have introduced concepts to new markets, so Bitcoin is the next logical step.
What has most impressed me to date about the Bitcoin tribe, is that everyone I have met, and many I have listened to or read, have been seriously bright, highly motivated, curious, ambitious, hard working (uh, to the point of obsession? Anyone recognize yourself?) and very, very generous. Whether with ideas, or bitcoins, content flows.
I feel very hopeful listening to all of you on this and other forums. I think you are all making a difference, and I look forward to aiding that effort.Posted on March 16, 2014 at 10:46 PM
For folks that who were not able to attend, you can watch/listen on youtube
additionally, there will be a slightly edited audio recording on LTB soon.Posted on March 16, 2014 at 2:00 PM
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The First hour we talk with David Johnston of the DApps fund and Factom about the future of Decentralized Applications. Including the concept of decentralizing ISPs and Bandwidth incentivized with crypto.
We also, of course, get David's take on the Block size debate. We can't talk Bitcoin and not cover that.
Then as David was wrapping up the first hour, the Burns Oregon situation with the FBI started streaming live, so we were carrying it from the live feed and commenting on it.
As I ...Read More
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69,708 viewsNovember 19th, 2015 by Andy Tudhope
I recently had a conversation with a friend who runs a leadership programme for high school kids. Suffering from generational dissonance, this friend asked me what my thoughts on leadership for the modern age were and what the most important things to teach leaders of the future might be.
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6,137 viewsSeptember 25th, 2014 by Adam B. Levine
The Let's Talk Bitcoin! show is now accepting sponsors and front page advertisers. Here's how it works.
Each sponsor is granted up to a minute of airtime during the sponsor break portion of the show they sponsor. That time may be used either with LTBn approved, pre-recorded audio or by an impromptu 30-60s exploration of your product or project by LTB's Adam B. Levine.
Space is limited and advanced booking is encouraged. To see current availability please visit our Sponsorship Calendar
Comment on the desired reservation card and link to the proposed sponsor project, or upload the proposed recorded audio to save your plac... Read More