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Anthem Blanchard and I have known each other for a very long time through the libertarian roots we share. He has been an early adopter of blockchain tech and it was interesting to hear about the latest developments from his team, especially in relation to stable money and gold. Tune into this interview from the Tone Vays' Unconfiscatable conference in Las Vegas early this year and get the latest on Herc and Anthem's other ventures.
About the Guests:
Anthem Hayek Blanchard is the son of James ('Jim') Ulysses Blanchard III. Anthem is the eldest son of the family and both runs the family office and is CEO of precious metals platform company he co-founded with his wife Cynthia Blanchard, called Anthem Vault Inc. They also founded a gold blockchain payment company AnthemGold, Inc. and supply chain blockchain software platform company, Hercules SEZC. Anthem has been in the e-payments/fintech industry since 2002 and worked for six years at fintech company GoldMoneyfrom sta..

Crypto bull Tim Draper has given advice to the president of Argentina to legalize Bitcoin in order to improve the economic situation in the country.
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'œIf we are trying to take Bitcoin mainstream, that means the vast majority of users will not be educated about the merits of Bitcoin, they just won't care, they will actually be turned away if they feel like they have this screaming mob asking why the hell they are using this other asset.''” Chris Burniske
Interview location: New York
Interview date: Monday 25th March, 2019
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Role: Partner
One of the most interesting debates in the cryptocurrency industry is whether there is a valid use for a blockchain outside of Bitcoin and whether there is a market for a broad range of crypto assets. Despite the many scams, there are projects with honest intentions of building new business models and economies.
Are the maximalists right? Should all focus and attention be on Bitcoin, or in a free market should we embrace entrepreneurs who wish to innovate? It is indeed a topic which splits people.
While I sympathise with the views of maximalists who time and ti..

Josh and I spoke to Emily about the evolution of ShapeShift over the past few years, to include their vision going forward.
We also talked about a docuseries called “Down the Rabbit Hole,” which I was featured in. It is an interesting look at the people in bitcoin and not just technical talk. Emily was most excited about how the series has attracted talented people from outside the crypto industry. Her insights into the marketing landscape sparked conversation about the emergence of bitcoin into the mainstream at the end of 2017. We looked at how ShapeShift had to adjust to dealing with a new group of interested parties.
Something for everyone here, and thank you to our sponsor Token Talks!
About the Guests:
Emily Coleman is the VP of Brand & Creative of ShapeShift, one of the world's leading
non-custodial digital asset platforms. With over a decade in marketing and public relations, she has worked within various verticals including hospitality and tourism, food and beverage, a..

Non Violent Communication is a loaded term, and evokes strong feelings sometimes. This week's show with Tatiana and Stephanie features special guest Pamela Morgan.
She is a leading attorney in the space, and has been a beloved member of the community since 2014. On a more personal level, she has been a wonderful friend to Tatiana and has been kind enough to offer guidance on how to grow emotional intelligence. At first the ladies review a bit about attachment theory, but then Pam shares with us what she's learned after delving into Marshall Rosenburg's book “Non Violent Communication”. Pam also talks a bit about her book Crypto Inheritance Planning. We discuss how to protect your loved ones when you pass away, and the best way to store your cryptos to pass on the information while keeping your keys secure.
About the Guests:
Pamela Morgan is an educator, entrepreneur, author, and attorney. Licensed to practice law in Michigan and Illinois, she has extensive legal experie..

'œI'm worried that policy makers are getting a single perspective on the technology, its capabilities, its risk, I think they need to be getting a more critical perspective as well.' '” Angela Walch
Interview location: San Antonio
Interview date: Thursday 21st March, 2019
University: St. Mary's
Role: Professor of Law
Bitcoin is defined as decentralised, a critical feature which stops any individual or group control or destroy it, but a closer look at decentralisation opens many questions of how decentralised it is. Do pockets of power exist in Bitcoin? Are lead maintainers a centralised pocket of power? Is this dangerous?
As people push to build products that integrate Bitcoin with the legacy financial system, Angela Walch has raised key concerns as to the implications for this, believing that The SEC is not paying attention to the aspects of Bitcoin where it could be argued as centralised.
In this interview we discuss her paper, Deconstructing 'Decentra..

Dogecoin was born from the association of two browser tabs: one was an article about the popularity of the doge meme, and the other, CoinMarketCap. The idea quickly gained traction on Twitter, and before long, a new cryptocurrency was born. Dogecoin gained adoption as a tipping currency, the community took part fundraising for charities and other causes, perhaps most notably sending the Jamaican bobsled team to the Sochi Winter Olympics.
We're joined by Jackson Palmer, co-creator of Dogecoin. Though he has left the project, Jackson shares the story of how he created the most popular meme cryptocurrency as a joke.
Topics discussed in this episode:
Jackson's background and early interest in cryptocurrencyThe Dogecoin origin storyThe uniquely charitable nature of the community and The Dogecoin FoundationHow the currency became widely used for tippingThe NASCAR sponsorship and Moolah exchange scamThe technological choices which went into early versions of DogecoinDogecoin's..

Jason sits down with Sunny Aggarwal to discuss one of the most awaited project launches recently and tackle every question about Cosmos and blockchain interoperability.
Topics Discussed:
How does Cosmos work?Does Cosmos compete with Ethereum?Does Cosmos need the ATOM token?Cosmos vs. Polkadot – which one is better?and much more!Rate and subscribe!
Host: Jason Choi (@MrJasonChoi).
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Josh and I had an interesting conversation with Gene Epstein who hosts The Soho Forum, a monthly debate series held in Manhattan. It features topics of special interest to libertarians, and aims to enhance social and professional ties within the NYC political community.
Some of the topics we discuss include artificial intelligence and its effects on the service industry, autonomous vehicles and the need for truck and taxi drivers, and testing crypto theories.
We also dove into the discussion involving Facebook Coin and whether similar institutions can be trusted to not inflate their currency.
About the Guests:
Gene Epstein has recently stepped down from a 26-year stint as Economics and Books Editor of Barron's, with plans to write long-form articles and books. His last published book was Econospinning: How to Read between the Lines when the Media Manipulate the Numbers. He has taught economics at the City University of New York and St. John's University, and worked as a sen..