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WBD273 - Shit Bitcoiners Say with Rusty Russell
Bitcoiners can be firm in their views and are often called toxic by outsiders; however, this toxicity plays an important role. Bitcoin is a threat to the legacy financial system. It is therefore open to a broad range of attacks from technical to social and Bitcoin's immune system defends against these attacks to protect the protocol. In previous episodes, I have looked at the pros and cons of toxicity and how it acts as an immune system for Bitcoiner. Does this immune system lead to silly narratives going unchallenged? Can Bitcoin fix everything or are we missing critical nuanced debates regarding its potential? Rusty Russell is somewhat of a contrarian in the Bitcoin space. He is a lightning network developer for Blockstream but also runs the Shit Bitcoiners Say Twitter account which regularly calls out some of the more overzealous and outlandish claims by Bitcoiners. In this interview, Rusty and I discuss the lightning network, open-source development, narratives and overzealous Bitcoiners.
What's Next on the Horizen with Rob Viglione - The Tatiana Show Ep. 284
Rob Viglione from Horizen Labs returns to the show to talk about what's new with the project and the state of the union with crypto overall! The conversation kicks off with Josh discussing his recent experience with crypto lending, and Rob talks about why he's both skeptical and excited about what the De-Fi trend means for both crypto and physical-world economics. Rob gives his thoughts on the recent de-listing of some privacy-centered currencies by exchanges, and the careful balance crypto projects have to strike between privacy and compliance. He also spills the dirt on the new initiatives Horizen has in the pipeline, including new partnerships and innovations the company is experimenting with. Plus, a great primer on what exactly Horizen is and how it works for those unfamiliar with the project, discussions about decentralization and how to make crypto more mainstream, and predictions for 2021! About the Guest: Rob is a former physicist and mathematician with experience working on Bitshares, BlockPay, Zclassic, Seasteading and Bitgate. He's currently a PhD Candidate in Finance researching cryptofinance and teaching "Bitcoin & Blockchain Applications in Finance. Rob holds an MBA in Finance & Marketing and the PMP certification. He is a passionate libertarian who advocates peace, freedom, and respect for individual life. If you like this content, please send a tip with BTC to 1Q2QHoNowg8D2QzWhBQU1YrraG771aCpgS More Info: Tatiana Moroz - https://www.tatianamoroz.com Crypto Media Hub - https://www.cryptomediahub.com Vaultoro - http://www.vaultoro.gold/tatiana/ Horizen - https://horizen.global Friends and Sponsors of the Show: Proof of Love - http://proofoflovecast.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.
Block Crunch - Alpha Finance: Asia's DeFi Rocketship - Tascha Punyaneramitdee
Thailand's largest commercial bank recently dipped its toes into DeFi by investing in Alpha Finance, a Binance-backed research team building consumer DeFi products. Founder Tascha (@tascha_panpan) joins me in discussing: What is Alpha Finance?Market gaps in DeFi todayWhy levered yield farming is Alpha's first productHow Alpha decides what products to buildThailand's growing DeFi sceneHost: Jason Choi (@MrJasonChoi). This show is not financial advice; show host and guest may hold some of the assets discussed.
The Delphi Podcast - TokenTax's Zac and Alex: The Ultimate Crypto Tax Deep Dive
Chain Reaction Host Tom Shaughnessy hosts Alex Miles and Zac McClure, the co-founders of TokenTax. The team answers our most nuanced crypto tax questions and get into detail on how the founders are scaling their tax software. This was a must-listen episode for anyone filling their crypto taxes. Show Notes (1:35) '" (First Question) Token Tax Background (3:39) '" How hard it was to do Crypto Taxes in past years (6:28) '" Main reasons people come to Token Tax (7:56) '" Token Tax, does it reduce Audits (12:27) '" Minimization, a new option to calculate tax burden (18:12) '" Is a complex Tax Code good for business (24:10) '" Insights about Tax Loss Harvesting going into New Year (28:52) '" What's behind integrating New DeFi Platforms (30:30) '" Tax implications of staking ETH 2.0 (*) (33:27) '" Inside Token Tax and Active Aggregators (36:00) '" Rebasing coins (*) (37:57) '" How are rug pulls accounted for (*) (39:58) '" Implications on moving from BTC to WBTC (*) (41:09) '" Biggest Mistakes that the average Crypto Investor makes with their Taxes (*)
WBD272 - The Case for $500K Bitcoin with Cameron & Tyler Winklevoss
In August, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss released The Case for $500K Bitcoin. A paper that outlines the value proposition of Bitcoin, why it is a superior store of value and hedge against inflation than either gold, oil and the US dollar. In the paper, they describe the world as '˜drowning in debt', even before the coronavirus outbreak, and predict that the pandemic may cause everyone to come face to face with the reality of debt spiralling out of control. While the impact on the world may be scary for the broader economy, the twins outline Bitcoin as a major winner in this scenario and predict Bitcoin's market cap to grow from its current market capitalisation (approx. $225 billion) to that of gold (approx. $9 trillion). With the price of a Bitcoin at around $550K. We discuss their paper, why Bitcoin is the best hedge against inflation, the debt reckoning and Wall Street investing in Bitcoin.
Bitcoin & Co - Roselyne Wanjiru: Bitcoin in Kenya
After covering Zimbabwe, Senegal, South Africa, Ghana, and Nigeria, I have the honor to host a guest from Kenya. Roselyne Wanjiru is the Director of Growth & User Acquisition at Pesabase and an advocate for the digital economy in Kenya. "Bitcoin does not require an ID, does not require your tax ID, does not require any other major documentation. It just requires you to have an email address and that's it. And that's really huge." - Roselyne Wanjiruhttps://youtu.be/1mYq9iCHeVg Topics: Roselyne's Bitcoin storyHer educational efforts regarding cryptocurrenciesWhy Bitcoin is especially important for AfricaMain characteristics of KenyaEconomical situationWomen's rights and financial situationEffects of Covid-19 Bitcoin use-cases in Kenya Show notes on the episode page
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The only subscription I have where I love about half the shows and want to unsubscribe at some point during the other half of the shows. I felt I should leave a review after hearing how anti-mask one of the hosts was during the COVID-19 and how if you’re old or compromised that’s fine but she shouldn’t have to apparently. Totally irresponsible and selfish.
Really like the diversity of shows, but why deleting shows
I been listening to this podcast for several years now. I tried others but not as full of content as this one. But recently the shows are disappearing. It seems like only keeping one weeks worth. I understand they get stale if they are a year old, but I get behind. Can you keep at least a months worth?