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Public Key is the cryptocurrency and compliance podcast, brought to you by Chainalysis.

Every week Chainalysis Chief Marketing Officer, Ian Andrews sits down with thought leaders in the space to discuss:

▪Emerging risks and opportunities in blockchain technology
▪How policymakers around the world are approaching cryptoregulations
▪Data-driven insights into the latest trends in crypto economics and crime.
▪Breaking news in the crypto market

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⚠Our podcasts are for informational purposes only, and are not intended to provide legal, tax, financial, or investment advice. Listeners should consult their own advisors before making these types of decisions. Chainalysis has no responsibility or liability for any decision made or any other acts or omissions in connection with your use of this material.

Chainalysis does not guarantee or warrant the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of the information in any particular podcast and will not be responsible for any claim attributable to errors, omissions, or other inaccuracies of any part of such material.

Unless stated otherwise, reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by Chainalysis. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by Chainalysis employees are those of the employees and do not necessarily reflect the views of the company.

Public Key Chainalysis

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    • 4.6 • 33 Ratings

Public Key is the cryptocurrency and compliance podcast, brought to you by Chainalysis.

Every week Chainalysis Chief Marketing Officer, Ian Andrews sits down with thought leaders in the space to discuss:

▪Emerging risks and opportunities in blockchain technology
▪How policymakers around the world are approaching cryptoregulations
▪Data-driven insights into the latest trends in crypto economics and crime.
▪Breaking news in the crypto market

Subscribe to be first to hear the Public Key podcast

You can also stay up to date with crypto news by reading the industry leading Chainalysis blog and subscribing to the Chainalysis newsletter: https://blog.chainalysis.com/

Follow Chainalysis on:
▪Twitter: https://twitter.com/chainalysis
▪LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/10607336

To learn more about criminal activity in crypto including scams, money laundering, ransomware and more, download the 2022 Crypto Crime Report: https://go.chainalysis.com/2022-crypto-crime-report.html

To Keep Up With Ian Andrews, follow him on:
▪Twitter: https://twitter.com/IanAndrewsDC
▪LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ianhandrews

⚠Our podcasts are for informational purposes only, and are not intended to provide legal, tax, financial, or investment advice. Listeners should consult their own advisors before making these types of decisions. Chainalysis has no responsibility or liability for any decision made or any other acts or omissions in connection with your use of this material.

Chainalysis does not guarantee or warrant the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of the information in any particular podcast and will not be responsible for any claim attributable to errors, omissions, or other inaccuracies of any part of such material.

Unless stated otherwise, reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by Chainalysis. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by Chainalysis employees are those of the employees and do not necessarily reflect the views of the company.

    The Technology that will Change the Future of Crypto

    The Technology that will Change the Future of Crypto

    When we started this podcast just over 2 years ago, Bitcoin ordinals and inscriptions weren’t even born yet and centralized crypto exchanges releasing their own wallets sounded like fanciful thinking at best.But here we are as these new and evolving technologies are leading the evolution of Bitcoin and the cryptocurrency industry at large. In this episode, Ian Andrews (CMO, Chainalysis) sits down with Jason Lau (Chief Innovation Officer, OKX) who shares his insights and observations from his recent global tour, where he attended conferences in New York, Paris, Dubai, and Brazil.
    Jason highlights the growing momentum and enthusiasm in the crypto and Web3 space, as well as the importance of localizing products and services to cater to diverse user bases. Jason also discusses OK Group's focus on self-custody and the launch of their OKX wallet, which aims to empower users to explore the world of decentralized finance (DeFi). Additionally, he touches on OK Group's Layer 2 network (X Layer), their foray into inscriptions (NFTs on Bitcoin) with a new marketplace and their efforts to cater to institutional clients.
    Minute-by-minute episode breakdown
    2 | Global crypto enthusiasm and regulatory conversations from NYC, Dubai and Brazil
    4 | OK Groups International expansion and broad customer base  
    7 | Advancing transparency and self-custody in crypto exchanges and understanding the evolution of the proof of reserve audits 
    11 | Embracing Web3 through user-friendly crypto wallets and building a L2 blockchain (X Layer)
    16 | The evolving role of crypto exchanges and the impact of DeFi Regulation
    22 | Exploring the impact of inscriptions on the Bitcoin network and whether NFTs are Dead
    25 | Innovating institutional crypto trading and custody solutions 
    28 | OKX's upcoming Web3 initiatives with McLaren F1 and Manchester City FC
     
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    Website: OKX: Faster, better, stronger than your average crypto exchange
    Website: Ignite your creativity: X Layer is a ZK-powered layer 2 network
    Article: About inscriptions and how they're shaping Web3's growth
    Announcement: OKX has Teamed Up with McLaren Racing to Honor Senna's Legacy in Monaco
    Blog: Chainalysis in Action: Illicit Residential Proxy Service Shut Down by Law Enforcement, Three Administrators Sanctioned by OFAC
    Event: TraceDC (Early Bird Ticket Prices available until June 15, 2024)
    YouTube: Chainalysis YouTube page
    Twitter: Chainalysis Twitter: Building trust in blockchain
    Tik Tok: Building trust in #blockchains among people, businesses, and governments.
    Telegram: Chainalysis on Telegram 
    Speakers on today’s episode
    Ian Andrews * Host * (Chief Marketing Officer, Chainalysis) 
    Jason Lau (Chief Innovation Officer, OKX)
    This website may contain links to third-party sites that are not under the control of Chainalysis, Inc. or its affiliates (collectively “Chainalysis”). Access to such information does not imply association with, endorsement of, approval of, or recommendation by Chainalysis of the site or its operators, and Chainalysis is not responsible for the products, services, or other content hosted therein.
    Our podcasts are for informational purposes only, and are not intended to provide legal, tax, financial, or investment advice. Listeners should consult their own advisors before making these types of decisions. Chainalysis has no responsibility or liability for any decision made or any other acts or omissions in connection with your use of this material.
    Chainalysis does not guarantee or warrant the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of the information in any particular podcast and will not be responsible for any claim attributable to errors, omissions, or other inaccuracies of any part of such material. 
    Unless stated otherwise, reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by

    • 33 min
    Cracking Down on SIM-Swapping, Pig Butchering and Crypto

    Cracking Down on SIM-Swapping, Pig Butchering and Crypto

    “We swore an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States… But nowhere in there does it say, 'Oh, except for the internet. We can't go into the internet realm or the crypto realm.” - Tony MooreCryptocurrency has always been unchartered territory for law enforcement all around the world, but the crypto-related crimes are too big to deny and in this episode, Ian Andrews (CMO, Chainalysis) sits down with Tony Moore (Deputy Sheriff, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department) who has been teaching the law enforcement community about Bitcoin since the early days.  
    Tony shares his experiences investigating cases involving crypto, including social media parties, crypto ATM scams, pig butchering and SIM-swapping, while recognizing the challenges of staying ahead of criminals in the ever-evolving crypto landscape.
    He reinforces the importance of reporting crimes, the challenges of cross-jurisdictional investigations, and the future of blockchain and AI.
    Minute-by-minute episode breakdown
    2 | Childhood dreams of Starsky & Hutch to joining Law Enforcement  
    4 | Tony Describes his path into teaching other LEAs about internet and then crypto crimes
    6 | Cracking Down on social media-advertised Nitrous Oxide (NOS) parties
    10 | Early encounters with crypto in Law Enforcement
    15 | Balancing cryptocurrency ATM regulation and innovation 
    19 | Combating Sim-Swapping and Pig Butchering Scams while maintaining effective reporting
    25 | Tackling crypto scams across jurisdictions and forging international policing partnerships 
    28 | Master cryptoverse policing in Tony’s new 5 day course
    34 | Embracing continuous learning in AI and the evolving crypto landscape
     
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    Website: The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
    Website: Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3): Nation’s central hub for reporting cyber crime, run by the FBI
    Whitepaper: A Fistful of Bitcoins Characterizing Payments Among Men with No Names (Sarah Meiklejohn and others)
    Interview: In conversation with the world’s first and only standalone virtual assets regulator: Dubai’s Virtual Assets Regulatory Authority
    Blog: Crypto Mining Pools Overview: How They Work, Benefits, and Risks
    YouTube: Chainalysis YouTube page
    Twitter: Chainalysis Twitter: Building trust in blockchain
    Tik Tok: Building trust in #blockchains among people, businesses, and governments.
    Telegram: Chainalysis on Telegram 
    Speakers on today’s episode
    Ian Andrews * Host * (Chief Marketing Officer, Chainalysis) 
    Tony Moore (Deputy Sheriff, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department)
    This website may contain links to third-party sites that are not under the control of Chainalysis, Inc. or its affiliates (collectively “Chainalysis”). Access to such information does not imply association with, endorsement of, approval of, or recommendation by Chainalysis of the site or its operators, and Chainalysis is not responsible for the products, services, or other content hosted therein.
    Our podcasts are for informational purposes only, and are not intended to provide legal, tax, financial, or investment advice. Listeners should consult their own advisors before making these types of decisions. Chainalysis has no responsibility or liability for any decision made or any other acts or omissions in connection with your use of this material.
    Chainalysis does not guarantee or warrant the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of the information in any particular podcast and will not be responsible for any claim attributable to errors, omissions, or other inaccuracies of any part of such material. 
    Unless stated otherwise, reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by Chainalysis. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they

    • 39 min
    Ransomware and the Crypto Threat Landscape in 2024

    Ransomware and the Crypto Threat Landscape in 2024

    Fresh off the stage of the Links Conference,  Ian Andrews (CMO, Chainalysis) speaks to Andrew Davis (General Counsel, Kivu Consulting), who presented in front of a packed house and shared insights about new ransomware strategies and how companies can better protect themselves. Andrew discusses the evolving landscape of ransomware attacks and the challenges faced by victim organizations when deciding whether or not to make payment. He shares the wide spectrum of new typologies, including  cyber extortion and data theft and how the major exploits of pharmacy payment processors and oil pipelines has attracted law enforcement to take swift action against ransomware groups. Andrew also highlights the most common attack vectors and social engineering attack vectors, while presenting the new challenges that AI will have on deep fakes and image/video modifications used by ransomware attackers. 
    Minute-by-minute episode breakdown
    2 | Overflowing Interest in Cybersecurity at Chainalysis Links Conference 2024  
    4 | Rise in cyber extortion and data theft and strategies for handling ransomware attacks
    8 | Negotiating ransomware demands and law enforcement dynamics 
    12 | Strategies and sanctions risks in ransomware payment decisions
    17 | Ransomware attack disrupts major pharmacy companies, oil pipelines and casinos
    21 | Debating the ban on ransomware payments and understanding Initial Access Brokers (IACs)
    23 | The perils of reused passwords, account breaches and sophisticated fake recruiting attack vectors
    28 | The evolving threat of AI and its role in sophisticated ransom attacks
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    Website: Kivu: We fight cybercrime. We protect humanity
    Article: Can Organizations Still Pay Ransomware Demands?
    Article: Emerging Threat Alert: Drive-By-Compromise On The Rise As Gootloader Malware Exploits Seo Poisoning To Target Victims
    Registration: Digital premiere of Links 2024 (NYC Main Stage Content and more - Register Now!)
    Blog:  Understanding Crypto Drainers
    Blog: Ransomware Payments Exceed $1 Billion in 2023, Hitting Record High After 2022 Decline
    YouTube: Chainalysis YouTube page
    Twitter: Chainalysis Twitter: Building trust in blockchain
    Tik Tok: Building trust in #blockchains among people, businesses, and governments
    Telegram: Chainalysis on Telegram
    Speakers on today’s episode
    Ian Andrews * Host * (Chief Marketing Officer, Chainalysis) 
    Andrew Davis (General Counsel, Kivu Consulting)
    This website may contain links to third-party sites that are not under the control of Chainalysis, Inc. or its affiliates (collectively “Chainalysis”). Access to such information does not imply association with, endorsement of, approval of, or recommendation by Chainalysis of the site or its operators, and Chainalysis is not responsible for the products, services, or other content hosted therein.
    Our podcasts are for informational purposes only, and are not intended to provide legal, tax, financial, or investment advice. Listeners should consult their own advisors before making these types of decisions. Chainalysis has no responsibility or liability for any decision made or any other acts or omissions in connection with your use of this material.
    Chainalysis does not guarantee or warrant the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of the information in any particular podcast and will not be responsible for any claim attributable to errors, omissions, or other inaccuracies of any part of such material. 
    Unless stated otherwise, reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by Chainalysis. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by Chainalysis employees are those of the employees and do not necessarily reflect the views of t

    • 36 min
    Terrorist Financing in the Age of Cryptocurrency

    Terrorist Financing in the Age of Cryptocurrency

    "In a way, if you were a juror on this case, you got educated on cryptocurrency, terrorist financing, and also the Syrian Civil War." - Edward Burns
    In this episode, Ian Andrews (CMO, Chainalysis) has a full house as he speaks to several key members of the Manhattan District Attorney's Office, including the District Attorney, Alvin Bragg, the Assistant District Attorney, Edward Burns and the Chief of the Counterterrorism Unit, David Stuart.  As well as Dan Heesemann, Intelligence Research Specialist at the NYPD. The team discusses a fascinating case involving cryptocurrency and terrorism financing and shares how they were able to uncover an individual sending money to a terrorist group in Syria and planning violent attacks on American soil. They walk through the challenges of presenting technical evidence in court and the surprising defense strategy used by the defendant. This gripping episode sheds light on the intersection of crime, cryptocurrency, and counterterrorism efforts and the persistence and collaboration law enforcement and the District Attorney’s office have to utilize in order to bring these criminals to justice. 
    Minute-by-minute episode breakdown
    2 | Background of the public sector guests and their entrance into cryptocurrency    
    4 | The People  vs. Victoria Jacobs: The cryptocurrency terrorist financing case
    9 | Unveiling the terrorist financier's intent and tactics
    14 | The elusive Salman Belarusi: Operational security mastermind
    18 | Simplifying cryptocurrency for jury understanding
    20 | Terrorism, cryptocurrency and the Syrian Conflict
    22 | Jury deliberates for hours and finds the defendant guilty on all counts 
    25 | Manhattan DA, Alvin Bragg explains provides an update on sentencing and closure in case
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    Website: Manhattan District Attorney's Office: One Standard of Justice for All
    Website: New York City Police Department (NYPD) is the largest and one of the oldest municipal police departments in the United States
    Press Release: Victoria Jacobs Sentenced To 18 Years In Prison For Using Cryptocurrency To Fund Syrian-Based Terrorist Groups; Launder Supporters’ Contributions
    Registration: Digital premiere of Links 2024 (NYC Main Stage Content and more - Register Now!)
    Report -  Crypto Investigations: Blockchain Intelligence for Law Enforcement (Available Now)
    YouTube: Chainalysis YouTube page
    Twitter: Chainalysis Twitter: Building trust in blockchain
    Tik Tok: Building trust in #blockchains among people, businesses, and governments.
    Telegram: Chainalysis on Telegram 
    Speakers on today’s episode
    Ian Andrews * Host * (Chief Marketing Officer, Chainalysis)
    Alvin Bragg (District Attorney, Manhattan District Attorney's Office)
    Edward Burns (Assistant District Attorney, Manhattan District Attorney's Office)
    David Stuart (Chief of the Counterterrorism Unit, Manhattan District Attorney's Office)
    Dan Heesemann (Intelligence Research Specialist, NYPD)
    This website may contain links to third-party sites that are not under the control of Chainalysis, Inc. or its affiliates (collectively “Chainalysis”). Access to such information does not imply association with, endorsement of, approval of, or recommendation by Chainalysis of the site or its operators, and Chainalysis is not responsible for the products, services, or other content hosted therein.
    Our podcasts are for informational purposes only, and are not intended to provide legal, tax, financial, or investment advice. Listeners should consult their own advisors before making these types of decisions. Chainalysis has no responsibility or liability for any decision made or any other acts or omissions in connection with your use of this material.
    Chainalysis does not guarantee or warrant the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of the information in any particular podcast and will not be responsible for

    • 35 min
    The Future of Banking, DLT & Digital Assets

    The Future of Banking, DLT & Digital Assets

    "I'm not excited for what blockchain and DLTs can bring to the banking ecosystem, but I'm more excited to see how working on the same technology will bring together different market players." - Mico Curatolo 
    In this episode, Ian Andrews (CMO, Chainalysis) speaks to Mico Curatolo (Co-Head, DLT and Digital Assets Team) of Banca Sella, which is an established bank in Italy with a long history of innovation and cutting-edge technologies in the financial ecosystem. Mico discusses the bank's strategy around DLT and digital assets, including their focus on launching a proprietary retail custody solution.He explains the regulatory landscape with the implementation of MiCA and shares insights on the appetite for digital assets in Italy, the impact of the Bitcoin ETFs, and the future of stablecoins and CBDCs in Europe.
    Minute-by-minute episode breakdown
    2 | Exploring Banca Sella's traditional  legacy and digital asset and open banking ventures   
    6 | The crypto and digital asset market and regulatory environment in Italy
    8 | Banca Sella’s DLT, digital asset and custody strategy 
    11 | Dissecting Bitcoin ETFs, stablecoin regulations and the future of bank partnerships
    16 | What the future of CBDCs in Europe will look like
    18 | Embracing digital assets and collaborative innovation in Europe
    20 | Working on cutting edge technology and collaboration of industry players 
     
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    Website: Banca Sella: 140 Years in Banking and Leading Innovation
    Website: Sellalab: Impact Innovation Platform for SMEs
    Article: Increasing the Focus on Trade-Based Money Laundering
    Article: Sella bank exposes itself to Web3 with a metaverse initiative
    Registration: Digital premiere of Links 2024 (NYC Main Stage Content and more - Register Now!)
    Blog - How To Use Blockchain Intelligence To Investigate Crypto Crime
    YouTube: Chainalysis YouTube page
    Twitter: Chainalysis Twitter: Building trust in blockchain
    Tik Tok: Building trust in #blockchains among people, businesses, and governments.
    Telegram: Chainalysis on Telegram
    Speakers on today’s episode
    Ian Andrews * Host * (Chief Marketing Officer, Chainalysis) 
    Mico Curatolo (Co-Head, DLT and Digital Assets Team, Banca Sella)
    This website may contain links to third-party sites that are not under the control of Chainalysis, Inc. or its affiliates (collectively “Chainalysis”). Access to such information does not imply association with, endorsement of, approval of, or recommendation by Chainalysis of the site or its operators, and Chainalysis is not responsible for the products, services, or other content hosted therein.
    Our podcasts are for informational purposes only, and are not intended to provide legal, tax, financial, or investment advice. Listeners should consult their own advisors before making these types of decisions. Chainalysis has no responsibility or liability for any decision made or any other acts or omissions in connection with your use of this material.
    Chainalysis does not guarantee or warrant the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of the information in any particular podcast and will not be responsible for any claim attributable to errors, omissions, or other inaccuracies of any part of such material. 
    Unless stated otherwise, reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by Chainalysis. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by Chainalysis employees are those of the employees and do not necessarily reflect the views of the company. 

    • 26 min
    How Crypto Fuels Trade Based Money Laundering

    How Crypto Fuels Trade Based Money Laundering

    In this episode, Ian Andrews (CMO, Chainalysis) speaks to Michael Firing (Assistant Director, Field Operations, Center for Intelligence, Targeting, and Enforcement (CITE), who is involved with investigations covering human and fentanyl trafficking, trade based money laundering and the movement of crypto in and out of the US. 
    They discuss the role of the newly created CITE agency in combating various threats, including terrorism, transnational organized crime, and illicit trade. 
    Michael also highlights the challenges of  the increasing use of cryptocurrency in criminal activities such as drug trafficking and human trafficking and the importance of collaboration between public and private sectors in addressing these challenges. Michael explains the importance of leveraging cryptocurrency analysis to support investigations and disrupt criminal networks by having a coordinated multi-agency approach.
    Minute-by-minute episode breakdown
    2 | Introducing customs and border protection's intelligence arm  
    4 | Combating transnational threats with intelligence and cryptocurrency analysis 
    7 | Trade Based Money Laundering (TBML): From suitcases to thumb drives
    10 | The rise of crypto in illicit precursor chemical sales and drug trafficking
    13 | Collection of vast amounts of data to support other agency’s investigative efforts
    16 | Global collaboration for the fight against crypto related crimes 
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    Website: U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP): Enhancing the nation’s security through innovation, intelligence, collaboration and trust.
    Article: America’s Front Line Against Fentanyl
    Article: Increasing the Focus on Trade-Based Money Laundering
    Registration: Digital premiere of Links 2024 (NYC Main Stage Content and more - Register Now!)
    Blog: Crypto and the Opioid Crisis: What Blockchain Analysis Reveals About Global Fentanyl Sales [UPDATED 3/7/24]
    Article: Emirates NBD welcomes Chainalysis to Digital Asset Lab Council
    LinkedIn Post: Chainalysis is officially in 🇦🇪 Dubai!
    YouTube: Chainalysis YouTube page
    Twitter: Chainalysis Twitter: Building trust in blockchain
    Tik Tok: Building trust in #blockchains among people, businesses, and governments
    Telegram: Chainalysis on Telegram
    Speakers on today’s episode
    Ian Andrews * Host * (Chief Marketing Officer, Chainalysis) 
    Michael Firing (Assistant Director, Field Operations, Center for Intelligence, Targeting, and Enforcement (CITE)
    This website may contain links to third-party sites that are not under the control of Chainalysis, Inc. or its affiliates (collectively “Chainalysis”). Access to such information does not imply association with, endorsement of, approval of, or recommendation by Chainalysis of the site or its operators, and Chainalysis is not responsible for the products, services, or other content hosted therein.
    Our podcasts are for informational purposes only, and are not intended to provide legal, tax, financial, or investment advice. Listeners should consult their own advisors before making these types of decisions. Chainalysis has no responsibility or liability for any decision made or any other acts or omissions in connection with your use of this material.
    Chainalysis does not guarantee or warrant the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of the information in any particular podcast and will not be responsible for any claim attributable to errors, omissions, or other inaccuracies of any part of such material. 
    Unless stated otherwise, reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by Chainalysis. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by Chainalysis employees are those of the employees and do not necessarily reflec

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
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33 Ratings

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Great listen!

This is a podcast I recommend to everyone that looks to enhance their knowledge on crypto and keep up to date with what’s happening in the crypto world! Highly recommended.

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My New Favorite Blockchain Podcast!

For someone that is newer to blockchain, this podcast has been instrumental with new learnings, exposure, and resources. I throughly have been enjoying each episode and look forward to more.

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Great new podcast

Love the interview format and Ian’s approach. Great guests and insights from across the industry that help break down recent trends and events.

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