There was never a dull moment during this conversation with Kingsley and Erin. Started off, Kingsley shared what it was like growing up with a father who has been incarcerated for most of his life and their frustration with a slow and ineffective justice system. The conversation turns to the couple dynamic as they have turned what started out as a rocky relationship, into one with hopes of having a baby. During the whole time, lifestyles have evolved and their future has been tested. In the midst of this and the launching of their startup Flote, they're even planning Anarchovegas for the crypto and activist communities in Las Vegas. You don't want to miss out on this conversation.
About the Guests:
Kingsley Edwards founded Leet, an online esports bitcoin platform, in 2013 with the vision of integrating cryptocurrencies with popular video games. Shortly after that, he met Erin in 2014 where they hosted the one of the first Las Vegas Bitcoin Meetups. After Leet was acquired by..

Interview location: New York
Interview date: Saturday 11th May, 2019
Company: Bitfinex & Tether
Role: Chief Strategy Officer at Bitfinex | Co-Founder at Tether
Creating a Bitcoin business is hard, especially one processing hundreds of millions or even billions of dollars in value. For exchanges, these challenges are especially difficult, from defending against relentless hack attempts to securing banking services.
Starting a Bitcoin business today is undoubtedly easier; companies have become more open to working with Bitcoin businesses and specialist providers now exist. Still, the regulatory challenges exist as companies serve international customers with a broad set of unclear, jurisdiction-specific laws.
Bitfinex has a long history in Bitcoin, surviving many of its own challenges. It too suffered a major hack which nearly destroyed the business and faced the challenges of navigating the regulatory framework while struggling for banking services. Further, many of the team at Bitfinex..

Crypto enthusiast John McAfee said that the crypto market is not the stock market.
He reiterated on the fact that cryptos are created by hashing or other algorithms, and that they are moved under the control of math logic.
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Interview location: New York
Interview date: Thursday 16th May, 2019
Company: Ikigai Asset Management
Role: Chief Investment Officer
For many buyers, Bitcoin might be their first investment of any kind. If these investors are not long-term holders, they may be susceptible to reacting to sudden price movements, whether panic selling or FOMO buying.
The price movements of Bitcoin can be isolated towards specific events, such as the inherent Bitcoin market cycle or a subsidy halving, but the price is also increasingly tied to traditional markets.
The traditional financial markets are complex, and the mortgage crisis highlighted how specific events could trigger changes across the world. What is the role of Bitcoin in this?
In this interview I talk with Travis Kling, Chief Investment Officer at Ikigai, we discuss how the traditional financial markets work, including quantitative easing, fiscal policies, Bitcoin's relationship with these markets and concerns with tokens and smart con..

“It's extremely terrifying because it will absolutely impoverish us, it really well, if [Trump] gets his full agenda through, it's going to be a catastrophe. We've not seen anything remotely like this since 1930.” – Jeffrey Tucker
Dave and Grahm are back with news and price narratives around 2019's top performing financial asset. This episode's stories include mainstream media's Bitcoin FOMO, the real story of‚Laszlo Hanyecz '” the guy behind Bitcoin's pizza day, Dutch authorities taking down Bestmixer, Tether being partially backed by Bitcoin, and what libertarian politician Ron Paul thinks about the US Dollar.
After that they talk to Jeffery Tucker, Editorial Director of the American Institute of Economic Research, about how the U.S./China trade conflict might be affecting the Bitcoin price.
The Man Behind Bitcoin Pizza Day Is More Than A Meme: He's A Mining Pioneer
'˜The Dollar Is Going to Self Destruct': Talking Bitc..

Even though a visit from Scott Horton can be a bit hard on the soul, it's also quite invigorating to be armed with the arsenal of knowledge he has on the war machine. This legend in the antiwar fight joins the Tatiana Show to offer a unique perspective about Venezuela, Iran, the Middle East. We cover the reality of Veneuzeulan resistance.
About the Guests:
Scott Horton is the author of Fool's Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan,, managing director of the Libertarian Institute at, editorial director of, host of Antiwar Radio on Pacifica, 90.7 FM KPFK in Los Angeles and KUCR 88.3 in Riverside, California and podcasts the Scott Horton Show from this website.
In 2007, Horton won the Austin Chronicle's “Best of Austin” award for his Iraq war coverage on Antiwar Radio. He's conducted more than 4,900 interviews since 2003.
His articles have appeared at The American Conservative, the History News Networ..

We're joined by Dan Robinson, a research partner at Paradigm, and the author the 'œRainbow Network' paper. The paper describes an off-chain decentralized synthetics exchange which leverages payment channels. The Rainbow Network is based on the idea that 'œrainbows are basically just multicolored lightning,' borrowing from the concepts used in the Lightning Network. The protocol relies on trusted oracles and allows participants to trade any type of liquid asset off-chain. All that is necessary to complete a transaction is an on-chain payment channel collateralized by a single asset. Though it is still at the idea stage and has yet to be implemented, the Rainbow Network could have applications in prediction market and as a new type of decentralized exchange.
Topics discussed in this episode:
Dan's background as a securities layer turned coderHis trajectory from working at Chain, to spending some time at Stellar, to joining Paradigm FundHis involvement in the..

On Todays Episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin…Join Stephanie Murphy & Adam B. Levine for an in-depth discussion on Cryptocurrency & Taxes with CPA, Author and long-time friend of the show Kirk Phillips.
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Interview location: New York
Company: Blockstream
Role: Director of Research
In this episode, I talk with Andrew Poelstra, Director of Research at Blockstream about some of the exciting new tech coming to Bitcoin. We discuss Schnorr Signatures, Taproot, Graft Root and Confidential Transactions.
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