Julia Brave the World has been a staple in the crypto community for years. She is known not to shy from controversial positions, and this show is no different. In this episode of Proof Of Love, we explore femininity, motherhood, pornography, dating apps, and polyamory with our ladies. As you can imagine, hilarity ensued, and some good insight was shared for people wondering what do women think about all this dating app stuff? What's it like to get hit on, and what makes people act the way they do online vs in real life? What drives inappropriate behavior, and what's missing from modern courtship?
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Amaury Sƒchet is the lead developer of Bitcoin ABC, the largest client for the Bitcoin Cash blockchain. Amaury first got started with Bitcoin in 2010 and closely followed the Bitcoin block size debate as it progressed through the early years of Bitcoin. Predicting the eventual failure of SegWit2x, Amaury was part of the original team that helped coordinate the Bitcoin Cash hard fork, timing it with the activation of SegWit on the main Bitcoin blockchain. We discuss with Amaury the roadmap for Bitcoin Cash, especially with regards to their approach to scalability. We cover many of the novel features the Bitcoin Cash development teams are innovating on such as Canonical Transaction Ordering and Avalanche Pre-Consensus, as well as cover some of the more juicy drama that plagued the Bitcoin Cash community in late 2018, leading to split off of Bitcoin SV.
Topics discussed in this episode:
Block Size Debates in BitcoinOrigins of Bitcoin Cash and the ForkYear 1 Technical Development of Bitcoi..

Jimmy Song may be known for teaching people how to code and build Bitcoin. However, I know him as the guy who convinced me to start intermittent fasting. The carnivore shares some of his health tips, along with the latest news on his trainings and book at the Unconfiscatable conference in Las Vegas. I really enjoyed talking shop, but also a bit of health with this crypto community leader.
About the Guests:
Jimmy Song is a Bitcoin Core Contributor and former VP of Engineering for Armory. He caught the Bitcoin bug back in 2011 and started contributing to Bitcoin open source projects since 2013. He's a contributor to CoinDesk and has a popular Bitcoin blog. He's been teaching blockchain to engineers for over 3 years. Jimmy graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics.
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While at the Anarchapulco Conference we had a live show with G. Edward Griffin and Lyn Ulbricht at our studio set. Roger Stone called in to share the latest about his case. This turned out to be the last public interview with Roger, shortly after he was slapped with a Gag-Order. Lyn Shared the similarities in which Ross was railroaded to Mr Stones own legal issues.This was a great chance to set up a conservative audience for schooling on the Fed with Mr. Griffin.

Do you really understand crypto if you don't understand liquidity? For investors, liquidity in crypto can be a huge risk – but also a big opportunity.‚
I chat with Michael Feng from CoinAlpha/Hummingbot on:
What market makers do
The problem with tokenizing illiquid assetsMarket asymmetries in crypto
How traders arbitrage across centralized and decentralized exchanges
Rate and subscribe! Host: Jason Choi (@MrJasonChoi).
Intro music by‚Phortissimo
Not finance advice.‚Spartan Capital and/or Jason may or may not have positions in assets discussed on the show.‚
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The Miami conference had a lot of wonderful participants, but I got a bit more familiar with a project I had heard about for a while. Washington Sanchez gave me some insight into what the difference is betweenOB1.ioand Open Bazaar. Wondering what the evolution of free markets online using cryptocurrency looks like? How does it stack up to the old #SilkRoad? The decentralized nature seems to be the key component that makes this viable, but perhaps you have something you notice after listening that you want to share? Leave a comment below. Have you usedOpen Bazaar? What aboutHaven?
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About the Guests:
OpenBazaaris an open source project headed up by the company OB1.
OpenBazaar is the world's first and only fully decentralized marketplace, which means it connects people directly and securely to each other via a peer-to-peer network rather than through a centralized website like online market..

'œIt is a lot of money that could have some pretty dramatic effects on a lot of peoples lives. It would be a really lovely story to see that delivered and to see people get these windfalls that they have been waiting for, for a long time.''” Andy Pag
Interview location: Skype
Interview date: Friday 22nd Feb, 2019
Company: Mt. Gox Legal
Role: Creator and Elected Administrator
The Mt. Gox story is incredibly complicated. The first Bitcoin exchange, created at a time when people would buy Bitcoin through eBay or forum discussions, and payment was sent with trust. When it launched it, Bitcoin was trading at $0.06, and within six months Jed McCaleb had passed it onto Mark Karpelƒs.
Three years after the sale the exchange collapsed when a suspected 850,000 Bitcoins were stolen. Since then the story has unravelled but remains complex, both in finding the truth and resolving what should happen to the remaining Bitcoin.
From the Jed to Mark and what happened with the sale and ha..

On Todays Episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin…Stephanie Murphy, Andreas Antonopoulos, Jonathan Mohan, and Adam B. Levine sit down for the first of our two-part discussion on the nascent but rapidly improving Lightning Network.
Links from the episode:
Lightning Stats:https://1ml.com/
Article quoted:https://www.theblockcrypto.com/2019/01/18/from-reckless-to-wumbology-lightning-networks-infrastructural-build-out/
Eclair (https://acinq.co/)ZAP (https://zap.jackmallers.com/)Blue Wallet (https://bluewallet.io/)Casa Node (https://store.casa/lightning-node/)
Tip LTB:1FZGD64BA7B9GdwDhGGGF92amt9X6VH38K
or Via the Lightning Network at tipltb.tokenly.com/
Thanks for listening to this episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin, content for today's show was provided by Andreas Antonopoulos, Stephanie Murphy, Jonathan Mohan, and Adam B. Levine.
This episode was edited by Dave/Adam and featured music by Jared Rubens and Gurty Beats.
Send questions or comments to adam@letstalkbitcoin.com

'œIf someone came to me today and said should I put my money in this or banks I'd say no, you should keep your money in the bank, banks are better than we are today.''” Brock Pierce
Interview location: Skype
Interview date: Wednesday 13th Feb, 2019
Brock Pierce'hmmm'
A man with a questionable history in Bitcoin and wrapped up in the Mt. Gox story. With Gox Rising Brock has a plan to help creditors but what are his incentives? The creditors I have spoken to universally think he isn't helping yet Brock claims to only want to help the creditors receive their civil rehabilitation and ensure Mark Karpelƒs gets nothing.
I'll leave this interview out there for others to judge'
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