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WBD295 - SkyBridge Capital's Bitcoin Fund with Anthony Scaramucci
SkyBridge Capital is an investment firm, run by Anthony Scaramucci. The firm, which has $9.3 billion under management, has announced a Bitcoin fund, allowing customers to invest in Bitcoin. SkyBridge is the latest in a growing list of companies creating onramps for institutional exposure to Bitcoin, going up against the likes of Grayscale. The latter already has over half a million Bitcoin under management. In this interview, I talk to SkyBridge Capital founder Anthony Scaramucci. We discuss the SkyBridge Bitcoin fund, institutional interest, and 11-day stint working for President Trump.
Block Crunch - NFTs for Skeptics: Bubble or New Paradigm? - Nick Tomaino
I've been a vocal skeptic of NFTs as investments in the long term. To challenge my view, veteran crypto VC and ex-Coinbase early employee, Nick Tomaino (@NTMoney), joins us to debate: How do you value digital collectibles?The enforceability of moats in NFTsAre NFTs in a bubble?How large is the NFT opportunity?NFT projects Nick is most excited aboutHost: Jason Choi (@MrJasonChoi). This show is not financial advice; show host and guest may hold some of the assets discussed.
Stem Cell Therapy: The New Frontier of Health & Beauty with Joshua Kitner - Proof of Love Ep. 91
Stem cells have been a target of both curiosity and controversy for decades now, but what exactly are they? Where do they come from, and what can they do? Answering those questions is Joshua Kitner from the Dream Body Clinic in Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico. Learn how stem cells are harvested, how they work, why practical use of stem cells today is ethical, and why they are the future of both medicine and beauty. More Info: Tatiana Moroz '“https://www.tatianamoroz.com Crypto Media Hub '“https://www.cryptomediahub.com Dream Body Clinic - https://dreambody.clinic Friends and Sponsors of the Show: The Tatiana Show '“https://thetatianashow.com Global Crypto Advisors '“http://globalcryptoadvisors.io *You have been listening to the Tatiana Show. This show may contain adult content, language, and humor and is intended for mature audiences. If that's not you, please stop listening. Nothing you hear on The Tatiana Show is intended as financial advice, legal advice, or really, anything other than entertainment. Take everything you hear with a grain of salt. Oh, and if you're hearing us on an affiliate network, the ideas and views expressed on this show are not necessarily those of the network you are listening on, or of any sponsors or any affiliate products you may hear about on the show.
The Anita Posch Show - Philippe Bekhazi: Bitcoin Mining in Practice
My guest is Philippe Bekhazi, he is the CEO of XBTO Group a company active in market-making, OTC trading, venture capital, and Bitcoin and Ethereum mining. Our main topic is Bitcoin mining. XBTO Group is runnning a mining facility that is powered by electricity generated from Niagara Falls. Philippe Bekhazi is also the CEO of Stablehouse a regulated market-leading stablecoin platform bridging centralized and decentralized finance enabling payments, foreign exchange, trading and treasury for people and institutions. Philippe Bekhazi's Bitcoin story Counterparty risks Proof-of-work vs. proof-of-stake mining Bitcoin mining at Niagara Falls Energy consumption of PoW mining - problem? Miner centralization in China? Do miners have an effect on the price of Bitcoin Mining profitability Future of Bitcoin Shownotes on the episode page
Unhashed Podcast - ETF Rising
On this episode of the Unhashed Podcast, we are again joined by Mags, the loud librarian herself, to cover bcash delistings, microstrategy doubling down, Cryptopia's hacks (yes, that's plural), bull market company valuations, Nigeria's bitcoin ban, and the ins and outs of North America's first ETF launch. It gets a little gossipy at the end...we blame Mags for that. OKCoin is delisting bitcoin cash (BCH), a fork or 'œclone' of bitcoin, as well as its own fork, bitcoin sv (BSV), both as a way to protect neophyte clients who are trying to buy bitcoin and as a statement of principle. The exchange's higher-ups decided to scuttle the markets for either coin because they created confusion for new clients who joined OKCoin to buy bitcoin. On top of that, the routine lawsuits and legal threats from Bitcoin SV creator Craig Wright played a hand in the exchange decision to delist both BCH and BSV. MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor said Friday the firm had completed a $1.05 billion debt offering, a raise that will allow the business intelligence company to buy another $1 billion in bitcoin. The raise is part of MicroStrategy's dual business strategy of developing business intelligence software and also literally just buying as much bitcoin (BTC, -6.63%) as it possibly can. MicroStrategy already has 71,039 of the coins.'œMicroStrategy estimates that the net proceeds from the sale of the notes will be approximately $1.03 billion, after deducting the initial purchasers' discounts and commissions and estimated offering expenses payable by MicroStrategy,' the company said. The Cryptopia exchange has reportedly been hacked again, even as it is being liquidated following a previous breach that stole$15.5 million. According to a Stuff report Thursday, a creditor, U.S. firm Stakenet, has been told that about $45,000 in the XSN cryptocurrency had been transferred out of its cold wallet on Feb. 1. Unused since the first Cryptopia hack in January 2019, the wallet is reported to contain crypto assets worth US$1.97 million in total. Liquidator Grant Thornton New Zealand said it hadn't authorized the movement of funds and that it is investigating the incident, according to an email seen by Stuff. Stakenet had not lost funds in the 2019 hack and had been hoping to eventually receive all its assets back. 'œIf this unauthorized transaction has happened under Grant Thornton's watch then they need to explain to the users why they failed to secure ... [the] assets like they were supposed to do and how someone was able to access them,' the company told Stuff. The news comes soon after Grant Thornton finally started allowing former users of the exchange to enter claims to retrieve their assets. High-end bitcoin brokerage River Financial raised $17.3 million in a recent equity sale, according to documents filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Thursday. Form D filings reveal two-year-old River aims to raise nearly $500,000 in additional funding for a total of nearly $17.8 million. The firm reported 34 backers in its latest filing but none of them were known at press time. It was not immediately clear if the $17 million figure includes funds from the $5.7 million seed round River completed last July with backing from Castle Island Ventures, Slow Ventures and a slew of other VCs. Partners at those firms did not respond to multiple CoinDesk inquiries. Software job postings indicate River intends to build new services for its iOS app, and is considering taking steps to bolster account security and develop 'œnovel performance reporting features,' projects it offers as examples to prospective hires. River serves deep-pocketed bitcoin investors and has in the past insisted it manages a 'œbrokerage' service, not an exchange. It is seeking to refine that white-glove offering already available 32 U.S. states, as evidenced by the client operatio
WBD294 - 2020 Bitcoin Review with Matt Odell
2020 has been a defining year for Bitcoin, with the world reeling from a global pandemic, the necessity of hard money is more apparent than ever. With the worst of the bear market behind us, 2020 looked to be a promising year for Bitcoin. However, in March with the coronavirus outbreak, markets went into freefall and Bitcoin was no exception, dropping over 40% in a day and hitting yearly lows of ~$4,000. By the time of the halving on May 11th Bitcoin had recovered from this drop. With the increased scarcity and massive amounts of money printing, debasing fiat currencies and the increased threat of high inflation, institutional investors began moving into Bitcoin. With MicroStrategy, Square and MassMutual, amongst others, transferring part of their treasuries into Bitcoin. While institutional interest in Bitcoin dominated the headlines in 2020, Bitcoin continues to be a powerful tool for freedom, for those who live under oppressive regimes. Notably in Belarus, where government workers are striking in protest against the rigged elections. The Human Rights Foundation have supported them by setting up the Belarus Solidarity Fund. They are using Bitcoin as a censorship-resistant way of getting money to those striking to supplement their lost wages. To round off 2020, I talk to Matt Odell, co-host of Tales From the Crypt. We discuss everything in Bitcoin in 2020, from price action and institutional investment to government reaction to coronavirus and privacy.
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Listening to Peter, Adam, Tatianna, Anita, Andreas, and Guy is like being rich in friends; note it has been almost a year into the covid isolation at the time of the writing of this review.
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