This week we go old school with just the three of us. We'll discus Forks again and the outcome of the Ethereum Fork decision. Steve educates us on MetaMask for Chrome. Ethan is horrified to hear of Wendy's customers' credit card information stolen and we'll also talk a little bit about the military coup in Turkey.
This week we welcome Derek Urben from the Coinigy team. Derek is a college student at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee who helps with business development and finance for Coinigy, a startup that "provides a unified, all-encompassing access point for cryptocurrency-related data" see: www.coinigy.com
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Erik Voorhees is an American / Panamanian startup founder. He is co-founder of the bitcoin company Coinapult, worked as Director of Marketing at BitInstant, and was founder and partial owner of the bitcoin gambling website Satoshi Dice.
He is also the creator and CEO of the instant bitcoin and altcoin exchange ShapeShift.io, having founded and operated it under the alias Beorn Gonthier, until revealing his true involvement with the company, as part of a seed funding announcement, in March 2015.
Later in the episode, Steve describes the difference between hard and soft forks in Bitcoin and Ethereum. As usual, Sarah and Ethan try to keep up. Special thanks to ToneMeister for transitional music and Andrew Pouch for intro and outro music.
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David Noble the executive director of the entrepreneurship & innovation consortium at UCONN and a former corporate securities lawyer. We discuss the future of law, delve further into the Flux Party, talk more about the DAO's legacy, and question if democracy should work with Blockchain technology.
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This week on the show we welcome our first guest! Nelson Wei Tan is a professor at San Jose State University. We discuss his idea for higher education smart contracts on the blockchain, the recent exploitation of the DAO, the Australian Flux party, as well as the cryptocurrencies around the world.
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This week on the show we debut Steve's Smart Contract for donations to the show, give a brief history of Doge Coin, describe DAO Token, as well as new proposals to the DAO. We also discuss Shapeshift's new integration into the Jaxx smart wallet.
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This week we're joined again by Sarah as we discus paychecks to ether with Bitwage, Prenuptial agreements on the blockchain through Prenub with Love, the new TREZOR password manager, and Real Estate Multiple Listing Exchange's (REX MLS) proposal to the DAO.
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This week we Debunk Hermicity, talk medicine and politics, and discuss how cryptocurrency could work during the end of time days
This week Sarah joins the conversation purse.io and amazon, the Auroracoin Exchange in Iceland, Arcade City in Dallas, and the DAO's increasing popularity in the media.
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How fundraising and project proposals work on the DAO, the future of Bitcoin and Ethereum Browsers, and hackers stealing over $200,000 in exchange service
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This week we welcome Sarah as she reads "the Bits." Steve explains the DAO and we debate how democratic elections could work on the Blockchain. Oh, and Hermicity!
In this episode we talk about the history of money on the small island of yap. Which brings us to the interesting question of "what is money?"
In Episode Zero Steve and I begin by listening to Andreas Antonopoulos break down the current state of affairs with global banking. From there we talk of how cryptocurrency is being used today and how it can be used in the seeable future.