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On this special edition of “The Crypto Show,” which aired live from 2-4pm CST on Saturday from the first day of the 3rd Annual Texas Bitcoin Conference, we interview Paul Puey, CEO and Founder of Airbitz, Marco Peereboom of Decred, Jason Sievert, and Jose Rodriguez of Bitso.

Paul Puey updates us on new developments at Airbitz, including a brand change. Marco Peereboom recaps some of the cool features of Decred and relates what’s on the horizon for Decred. Jason Sievert describes his return from retirement as a lawyer to help regulators and companies navigate the world of ICO’s and help both groups negotiate compliance issues. He also details for us some of the disaster relief efforts in which he has been involved. We finish off our broadcast with Jose Rodriguez of Bitso, who reminds us of the fundraising efforts by his company for earthquake relief in Mexico. We also discuss his future involvement in assisting Danny’s soon-to-be on-the-ground efforts in Mexico.

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We are joined by Micah Winkelspecht, CEO and Founder of Gem. What started as a Bitcoin API in 2014 has evolved into a leading provider of blockchain solutions for enterprise. Gem addresses the problem of digital data silos and the complexities they introduce when companies and individuals collaborate and share information. Their product, GemOS, provides a full-stack blockchain middleware platform which allows companies to build applications on top of blockchains protocols like Ethereum or Hyperledger Fabric.

Topics discussed in this episode:

  • Micah’s background and how he got involved in the Bitcoin space
  • How the company and product have evolved to support his original vision
  • How blockchain technologies are transforming process digitization
  • The siloed identity problem and what complexities it introduces for people and companies
  • How GemOS is addressing fundamental issues in health care and insurance
  • How blockchain technologies can support regulated industries
  • Micah’s insights on creating awareness among enterprise clients
  • The importance of building ecosystems and network economies which enterprise can leverage

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Tatiana interviews Arry Yu of StormX & Richard Jacobs of Bitcoin Superconference.

Topics include:

–“Getting Into Crypto”

–“The Bitcoin Superconference”

–“Getting into Tech from Music”

–“The Evolution of StormX”

About the Guests:

-Richard Jacobs is an entrepreneur, cryptocurrency enthusiast, and publisher of the Crypto News Insider newsletter, FutureTech Podcast, and Bitcoin.com official podcast. Over the last nine months, he has interviewed hundreds of the most influential players and disruptors in the world of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and blockchain, while making himself privy to “inside information” that has helped him gain handsome returns on his own crypto currency investments. Under the banner of the Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Blockchain Super Conference 2018, Richard is bringing these people together under one roof so that other cryptocurrency enthusiasts and investors can get the inside scoop on where this technology is headed and where the smart plays are.

-A creative whose strength is in helping businesses think outside-the-box to accomplish more with less using qual/quant data and strategy. She has a consistent track record building high performing businesses and teams. I look for opportunities with global impact. She’s been seen in: Forbes, CNN Money, Huffington Post, U.S. News & World Report, Puget Sound Business Journal, Geekwire, Retailing Today, Seattle Times, and more.

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Today we?’?re wrapping up The Ether Review and kicking off The Third Web. Some of the remarks I make in this episode are overstated and under qualified. Please feel free to critique any views you disagree with in the comments and if there is sufficient intelligent controversy I?’?ll revisit the subjects in question in subsequent episodes.

This podcast is targeted at industry observers looking for a technical examination of issues on the frontier of what has become known as the blockchain space. However, for those less versed in the field, supplementary content will be published in anticipation of each episode. Failing that, I?’?ll add links in the notes to help along the casual listener.

Blockchain technology, and specifically, the idea of a value-transport enabled internet is no longer new. Looking at the recent history of the space, we see a hockey stick of innovation and investment.

In 2014, just as the first ICO boom launched, I began producing my first podcast, Beyond Bitcoin. It explored the explosion of new blockchain platforms and other innovations in the space.

As exciting as this technology was, common problems existed across all platforms: scaling to support broad adoption, and providing a service the mainstream market would accept.

After speaking with Meher Roy and Tim Swanson about these problems in early 2015, the line of questioning that inspired me to create Beyond Bitcoin came to an end. In that final episode, we settled on a view of the future in which a network of blockchains secured by permissioned validators would enable global value transfer. This made more sense than a future based on permissionless blockchain networks and all the challenges that came with them.

Then came Ethereum. Infinite functionality paired with an aggressive scaling roadmap reopened the question of what might come next, this time examined in a new podcast, The Ether Review.

Two years on, having been immersed in the world of Ethereum, interviewed hundreds of people for podcasts, articles and videos and worked for the largest blockchain centric company in the world – ConsenSys, a disturbing reality has become apparent. We have not moved on from the paradigm of 2014, and the Ethereum scaling roadmap will not provide the performance new use cases need to emerge.

In future episodes of The Third Web, we will examine blockchain scaling, and ask the questions: What are the design trends bringing greater transaction supply to the market? What new business models will this enable? What new services can we expect to see, and what products will be built using those services?

Meher Roy was a virologist working in the vaccines industry when we first spoke in 2014. Today he is focussed full time on the blockchain space and hosts the excellent Epicenter podcast.

Tim Swanson was director of market research at R3 for two years and has recently founded his own research company, Post Oak Labs

That was it! The first episode of The Third Web! A big thanks to Breakmaster Cylinder for the tunes. No social, email, or web accounts just yet but you can reach me on twitter @arthurfalls. Of course you should subscribe on itunes or your favorite podcast manager. this feed will probably still be called The Ether Review but it will update in time.

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At the recent Texas Bitcoin Conference I had a chance to have a long talk with Eric Anderson (hacker-named “Eijah”) about his new project, Promether.

We cover his history, including a good delve into Demonsaw (a very effective, proven means of anonymous, secure and private communication and file sharing) which has been in use for the last four years.

With the experience gained on securing privacy with Demonsaw, Eric is launching a much more ambitious project to deliver privacy and anonymity to the mainstream, making it easy and rewarding to do so.

Along for the ride in the interview, with his own questions and perspectives on privacy, is Ernest Hancock of FreedomsPhoenix.com, and the Declare Your Independence radio show.

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Bumper music: Rocket Power by Kevin MacLeod.

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Email — contact@promether.com

On today?’?s show I am privileged to be speaking with Michael Maloney, the Solution Architect for WAX – the Worldwide Asset eXchange. Wax is quite literally a game changer . . . read on . . .

INTRODUCING THE NEW FACE OF VIRTUAL GOODS TRADING

The World Asset eXchange (WAX) will pave the way for a game-changing use of smart contracts. As a platform, WAX will be one of the most innovative applications of blockchain technology, extending its user base to a global audience of 1.8 billion gamers.

WAX is a utility token coupled with a decentralized platform and will be used by all participants in the virtual item trading industry: listing and selling agents, item transfer agents, appraisers, affiliates and buyers and sellers . WAX has a multitude of uses, including safely transferring digital items between buyers and sellers, apportioning fees out to marketplace participants who facilitate transactions and a payment mechanism for settling trades.

Developed by the founders of OPSkins, the world?’?s leading marketplace for online video game virtual items, WAX is designed to serve the existing 400+ million gamers who already collect, buy and sell virtual items. By decentralizing the isolated and regional marketplaces where virtual items are traded today, WAX fuels the growth in the $50 billion secondary market for video game virtual items.WAX utility tokens will enable 1.8 billion gamers worldwide to quickly and easily harness the power of a fully developed, highly complex virtual item ecosystem. WAX will provide settlement, liquidity, security and other necessary features for an orderly well-functioning market.

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Ode To Satoshi

Ode to Satoshi lyrics & melody by John BarrettCopyright 2014 RJM Publishing – BMI Nashville.

Lead Vocal, Harmony Vocals, Harmonica, Snare Drum: John BarrettHarmony vocals: John Barrett, Connie Sinclair and Lij ShawGuitar: Jonathan BrownMandolin: Ben MillerBass Guitar: Michael Rinne

Initial tracks recorded by Mark Thornton of Sidekick Sound Studios, Madison, TN. All other tracks Recorded, Mixed and Mastered at The Toy Box Studio, Nashville, TennesseeEngineer: Lij Shaw. Assistant to engineer: Don ?’?œThe Don?’ BatesProduced by John Barrett & Elijah ?’?œLij?’ Shaw

Special thanks to Alan Baird for his dobro, guitar and mandolin playing on many of the shows. Now that?’?s some pickin man! Thanks also to Alex Munoz Guijarro for his excellent pedal steel playing on many of our shows.

Interviews for this episode were recorded and edited by John Barrett at The Tree House Studio – Nashville, Tennessee. All shows are produced by John Barrett with the moral support of his trusty sidekick Maxwell Rascalnikov CoyoTe Rex, aka Max.

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And if you don?’?t feel like contacting me, just kick back, relax and enjoy the show.I hope you enjoy listening to my guests as much as I enjoy talking with them!

On Todays Episode…

Andreas Antonopoulos, Stephanie Murphy and Jonathan Mohan rejoin Adam B. Levine to discuss ‘Lower case L’ libertarianism as it relates to forest fires and cryptocurrency. Then, we talk Bitcoin price speculation, Jonathans ICO theory and more!

This episode of Let’s Talk Bitcoin featured content from Stephanie, Andreas, Jonathan and Adam. Music for this episode was provided by Jared Rubens and Matthew Zipkin. This episode was edited by Matthew Zipkin and sponsored by EasyDNS.com

On tonight’s episode of “The Crypto Show,” we talk in studio to Daniel Krawisz, Chris Odom, and Justus Ranvier from Stash about the Stash Node Pro, what it does and how it works as a “bank in a box,” and they specially announce for the first time, as a Crypto Show scoop, that their android app has been released as of the time of the show. Dmitri (Rassah) murashchik formerly of Mycelium.also joins us in studio. I mention that there is an investment round that Stash is involved in at bnktothefuture.com. Toward the end we briefly discuss the upcoming (?) Bitcoin fork.

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Energy markets form a complex ecosystem of actors. Wholesale energy producers create energy through various means, grid operators transport electricity over long distances and deliver it to homes and businesses, who buy it from local utility companies. The utilities act as resellers in this scheme and take on much of the financial risk associated with selling a commodity which is consumed long before payment settlement from consumers. However, utilities have high operation and marketing costs and charge a high markup on the electricity they buy from wholesalers.

Karl Kreder, Co-founder of Grid+, a Consensys project, joins us to talk about how blockchain technology can help disintermediate utilities and allow consumers buy electricity directly from producers. The Grid+ Agent is a hardware device which sits in your home, is connected to your energy meter and can interact with the power grid. The Agent has built-in logic allowing it to respond to your energy needs and predict usage. It is also equipped with a Trusted Execution Environment and a wallet which keeps private keys secure and can make near real-time payments to the network.

Topics discussed in this episode:

  • Karl’s background and how he became part of Consensys Energy
  • A high-level overview of the energy market and the different players in this ecosystem
  • Where lie the inefficiencies and how they can be improved
  • The challenges facing the energy market today
  • The Grid+ Agent and its functionality
  • How the Grid+ Agent works and how it interacts with the grid
  • Other potential applications for the Grid+ Agent
  • The economics of the Grid+ smart contract and how it handles risk
  • The Grid+ token sale

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On tonight’s episode of “The Crypto Show,” we interview Susan Tarkowski Templehof, founder of BitNation, about “Pangea,” whose white paper can be found on GitHub. “Pangea” will be a platform for various private non-State governance structures based on Ethereum smart contracts for contracts, titles, dispute resolutions, birth certificates, and various other societal functions that are currently monopolized by the government but will be subject to free choice using Pangea. She also informs us about the upcoming ICO pre-sale and public sale for Pangea.?‚

In the second hour, Lauren Slade and Summer call in to talk about the crypto-party at Jo’s Coffee on 2nd Street the Sunday of the Texas Bitcoin Conference. There will be artists with works for sale in Bitcoin, virtual reality, video-gaming, tarot reading, henna, and other stuff for sale in Bitcoin, including admission tickets.

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