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    The Bitcoin Game #43: Monero's 'FluffyPony' Part 2

    March 28th, 2017 by Rob

    Hello, welcome to episode 43 of The Bitcoin Game, I'm Rob Mitchell. This is part two of my interview with Riccardo "FluffyPony" Spagni of Monero. In part one, we focused on Riccardo's past and the early days of Monero. In today's episode, Riccardo gives his views on topics like Ethereum, Proof of Work, Monero's regular hard forks, Barry Silbert's love of Ethereum Classic, tinfoil hat theories about Gav...

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    The Bitcoin Game #42: Monero's Riccardo 'FluffyPony' Spagni

    February 26th, 2017 by Rob

    Hello, welcome to episode 42 of The Bitcoin Game, I'm Rob Mitchell. My guest today is Riccardo "FluffyPony" Spagni of Monero, a cryptocurrency focusing on user privacy.

    Perhaps the best way to keep an eye on Riccardo (and his trolling antics) is to follow him on Twitter at @FluffyPonyZA. Learn more about Monero at getmonero.org.

    ![The Bitcoin Game #42: Riccardo "FluffyPony" Spagni](https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2769/3295829...

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    The Bitcoin Game #41: Charlie Shrem

    January 14th, 2017 by Rob

    Hello, welcome to episode 41 of The Bitcoin Game. I'm Rob Mitchell, and my guest today is Charlie Shrem.

    When I got into Bitcoin, the two ways I was most familiar with to buy Bitcoin were to wire money to Mt. Gox in Japan, or go to the local 7-Eleven to send cash to BitInstant. It's not hard to see why BitInstant became one of the biggest Bitcoin companies in the U.S., until it stopped doing business in 2013.

    ![The Bitcoin Game #41: Charlie Shrem](https://c1.staticflickr.com/1/493/314509...

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    The Bitcoin Game #40: 2016 Year End Special!

    December 30th, 2016 by Rob

    My name is Rob Mitchell, and it's hard to believe this is my 40th episode of The Bitcoin Game. I was a fan of Let's Talk Bitcoin from day one, since it launched right after I got into Bitcoin. I reached out to Adam B. Levine early on, and worked with the LTB Network in various capacities. During that time, I recorded a number of interviews that weren't quite publishable, for one reason or another. But after attending a Bitcoin Job Fair, I eventually collected enough solid content to release ...

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    The Bitcoin Game #39: Roger Ver

    September 5th, 2016 by Rob

    Hello, welcome to episode 39 of The Bitcoin Game. I'm Rob Mitchell.

    Odds are, if you are into Bitcoin, then you know Roger Ver, a.k.a. Bitcoin Jesus. And you possibly are aware that Roger is a huge proponent of increasing Bitcoin's maximum block size as soon as possible. But he's not just talking about it, he's taking action, as you'll hear.

    The Bitcoin Game #39: Roger Ver

    Roger is certainly a doer, and besides all th...

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    The Bitcoin Game #38: Rodolfo Novak of Coinkite & Opendime

    August 21st, 2016 by Rob

    Hello, welcome to episode 38 of The Bitcoin Game. I'm Rob Mitchell.

    It's always great interviewing a knowledgeable person who's not afraid to give an opinion, and Rodolfo Novak is that sort of guest. In this interview, we discuss Coinkite's early days, which started with a Blockchain explorer, custom Bitcoin payment terminals, a widely-used wallet hosting service, and a backend that utilizes hardware security modules of Coinkite's own design. And now, with Opendime, they've moved on to a fa...

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    The Bitcoin Game #37: Back in the Saddle with Christopher Camp

    July 15th, 2016 by Rob

    Hello, welcome to episode 37 of The Bitcoin Game. I'm Rob Mitchell.

    Everyone has a unique story. When I started this podcast, I really wanted to talk to Bitcoiners who hadn’t been exposed in Bitcoin media. There are a couple of really interesting local Bitcoin traders I've tried to interview, but surprisingly, sometimes it's easier to get a Bitcoin core developer on the show, than many of the lesser-known people who also have Bitcoin-centric lives.

    ![The Bitcoin Game #37: Back in the S...

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    The Bitcoin Game #36: The Ethereum Perspective with Arthur Falls

    March 25th, 2016 by Rob

    The Bitcoin Game #36: Ethereum with Arthur Falls

    Hello, welcome to episode 36 of The Bitcoin Game. I'm Rob Mitchell.

    I have to admit, as cool as Ethereum has always sounded to me, I haven’t kept up on it. Then, earlier this month, the market cap of Ether surpassed one billion dollars, about a sixth of Bitcoin’s market cap. The price has come down a bit since then, but seeing the high valuation made me realize I’d b...

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    The Bitcoin Game #35: Tales from Two Roundtables

    March 6th, 2016 by Rob

    The Bitcoin Game #35: Samson Mow and Joseph VaughnPerling

    Hello, welcome to episode 35 of The Bitcoin Game. I'm Rob Mitchell.

    In today's episode I speak with BTCC's COO Samson Mow, who attended the Bitcoin Roundtable in Hong Kong. Then I speak with Joseph VaughnPerling, who attended the 2016 Satoshi Roundtable.

    And at the ...

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    The Bitcoin Game #34: Bitcoin Core Dev Peter Todd

    February 17th, 2016 by Rob

    Hello, welcome to episode 34 of The Bitcoin Game. I'm Rob Mitchell, and my guest is Bitcoin Core developer Peter Todd.

    Peter was really open in this interview, and we talked about everything from his relationship with Gavin Andresen, to mistakes he made in his early days working with Bitcoin Core, and a dozen topics in between. A lot of Peter’s focus was on explaining what he feels are the differences between Bitcoin Core and Bitcoin Classic, and why he believes Core is the path to follow...

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