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Blockchain is probably the biggest disruptive technology since the internet, it will bring many opportunities for entrepreneurs and the like, but navigating through them and knowing when is the time to strike will be the biggest obstacle many will face. Neal and Nathan, separated by the Atlantic Ocean but joined by their passion for blockchain, crypto and business, are your narrators and joyful companions in this dynamic digitizing age.

Analysis in Chains - News and Views on Blockchain Analysis in Chains - A Podcast for Crypto Enthusiasts looking for the latest insights on Blockchain, Bitcoin, Ethereum and ICOs

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Blockchain is probably the biggest disruptive technology since the internet, it will bring many opportunities for entrepreneurs and the like, but navigating through them and knowing when is the time to strike will be the biggest obstacle many will face. Neal and Nathan, separated by the Atlantic Ocean but joined by their passion for blockchain, crypto and business, are your narrators and joyful companions in this dynamic digitizing age.

    183 - Happy New Year!

    183 - Happy New Year!

    It has been a while fellow hashers!
    With Neal and Nathan both taking care of family life, the end of 2019 rolled by with no new recordings, but that doesn't mean the crypto scene has been quiet!  In this special holiday episode Neal and Nathan get back together to look over the crypto developments in 2019 and speculate on what 2020 will hold.  
     
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    Please note that the speakers in this podcast are not financial experts and are not offering financial advice
    We hope you enjoy our show and feel free to reach out to us at info@analysisinchains.com or on Telegram! https://t.me/AnalysisinChains
    Intro reel and music by Sebastian Rodriguez from NTRPY, http://www.ntrpy.berlin

    • 34 min
    #182 - Dennis Lewis the Cryptopreneur

    #182 - Dennis Lewis the Cryptopreneur

    Today I have a chat with Dennis Lewis, author of the new book Behold the Cryptopreneurs. Dennis cut his teeth in ICO marketing and saw the rise and fall of many crypto projects.  In the past few years we have seen the rise and fall of an ICO bubble and it opens the question of how we as blockchain and crypto entrepreneurs could do better in the future.  What went right, and what went wrong in the last cycle and what should we do differently if we want a healthy blockchain industry going forward?
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    Please note that the speakers in this podcast are not financial experts and are not offering financial advice
    We hope you enjoy our show and feel free to reach out to us at info@analysisinchains.com or on Telegram! https://t.me/AnalysisinChains
    Intro reel and music by Sebastian Rodriguez from NTRPY, http://www.ntrpy.berlin

    • 24 min
    #181 - Crypto Derivatives - Interview with Sam Bankman-Fried of FTX

    #181 - Crypto Derivatives - Interview with Sam Bankman-Fried of FTX

    Trading and speculation are the engine that drives interest in blockchain technology, and the huge swings in value have captured the attention of wall street.  This brave new world of digital asset trading lured Sam Bankman-Fried from his high-powered wall-street job to found two companies, FTX and Alameda Research, which bring a derivatives exchange and quantitative trading to the blockchain world. 
    Everyone has been on tenterhooks waiting for the influx of institutional money into the blockchain space, and FTX is waiting for them, but Sam notes that there are many hurdles that have to be overcome before the big investors will feel comfortable diving in. 
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    Please note that the speakers in this podcast are not financial experts and are not offering financial advice
    We hope you enjoy our show and feel free to reach out to us at info@analysisinchains.com or on Telegram! https://t.me/AnalysisinChains
    Intro reel and music by Sebastian Rodriguez from NTRPY, http://www.ntrpy.berlin

    • 21 min
    #180 - Interview with Dom Povilauskas, CEO of NOIA

    #180 - Interview with Dom Povilauskas, CEO of NOIA

    When Neal and I started this podcast 2 years ago, one of our goals was to discover interesting projects and uses of blockchain that we hadn't considered before. The Internet is core to all of our lives to the point where we take it for granted that it will just work. Blockchain is great for payment systems, trading platforms, supply chain traceability... but can blockchain make the Internet more efficient?
    In today's episode I interview Dom Povilauskas, the CEO of NOIA. His team has created a more efficient way to route Internet traffic around the world and incentivizes owners of routers to participate in this more efficient system with a decentralized cryptocurrency system. 
     
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    Please note that the speakers in this podcast are not financial experts and are not offering financial advice
    We hope you enjoy our show and feel free to reach out to us at info@analysisinchains.com or on Telegram! https://t.me/AnalysisinChains
    Intro reel and music by Sebastian Rodriguez from NTRPY, http://www.ntrpy.berlin

    • 17 min
    #179 - Hi Max Rye, from DeepCloud A.I.!

    #179 - Hi Max Rye, from DeepCloud A.I.!

    Did ever you try
    To build an AI
    That would tinker with clouds
    And make them more spry?
    Well one person did.
    And his name is Max Rye
    And he is the founder
    Of DeepCloud AI.
     
     
    We take cloud services for granted in North America and Europe, however in many parts of the world it is difficult to get reliable access to cloud services for your business.  Today I speak with Max Rye, founder and CEO of Deepcloud AI, who are using a blockchain and AI driven framework to incentivize the crowd to provide cloud services in decentralized way that minimizes latency so that companies who don't have easy access to AWS or Google can still have access to reliable cloud services. 
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    Please note that the speakers in this podcast are not financial experts and are not offering financial advice
    We hope you enjoy our show and feel free to reach out to us at info@analysisinchains.com or on Telegram! https://t.me/AnalysisinChains
    Intro reel and music by Sebastian Rodriguez from NTRPY, http://www.ntrpy.berlin

    • 26 min
    #178 - Incentives for a new economy

    #178 - Incentives for a new economy

    Hey everyone!
    This week I'm going to be speaking at Tech Open Air in Berlin. I was invited because my company, Minespider, is involved with an interesting blockchain use case of tracking responsibly sourced minerals and metals in the supply chain. We're working to eliminate human rights abuses in the products we buy. 
    One of the things I learned from running Minespider is that much of the reason there are atrocities going into our products in the first place has to do with the way our economy is structured.  It always comes back to the incentives.  Is there a way to change the rules of the economy so that everyone races to become the most responsible company?  Maybe. It sounds like the kind of challenge blockchain is built to tackle, doesn't it?  
     
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    Please note that the speakers in this podcast are not financial experts and are not offering financial advice
    We hope you enjoy our show and feel free to reach out to us at info@analysisinchains.com or on Telegram! https://t.me/AnalysisinChains
    Intro reel and music by Sebastian Rodriguez from NTRPY, http://www.ntrpy.berlin

    • 24 min

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