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Hashing It Out #63 – Nano – Colin LeMahieu

Nano is providing a new approach to fee-less pure payments networks. We are privileged to speak with Colin LeMahieu, CEO of Nano to discuss their DAG voting-based consensus protocol, their accounts-blockchain model, and their NanoPoW for memory-hard PoW to replace...

The Bitcoin Podcast #277 – Nicolas Dorier – BTCPay Server

 In this episode Dee and Dr. Petty discuss the merits of using cryptocurrency as a payment system. This naturally leads to a discussion about scaling the Bitcoin Blockchain. Can crypto scale? That is the question. Also, Tim Cook doesn’t...

Hashing It Out #62 – Bolt Labs – Ayo Akinyele

This episode, Corey interviews Ayo Akinyele, a former security researcher turned CEO of Bolt Labs. Bolt Labs is a privacy solution for the Lightning Network which allows for an asymmetry of knowledge in the channel. While this is quite useful...

HIO Panels #1 – Ethereum’s Serenity (ETH2.0) Developer Experience

Today we announce the start of Hashing It Out Panels, a show where we bring on multiple domain experts to discuss a given topic. Today we dive into what the developer experience will be like for Ethereum’s Serenity (also called...

Dose of Ether #30 – icKO’ed or Make Out Like a Bandit

Evan Van Ness co-hosts with Lucian this week to discuss GitCoin matching donations and sustaining open source contributions which leads to comments on Parity and their commitment to their Eth 1 client (a sensitive but seemingly unavoidable topic). The SEC...

The Bitcoin Podcast #276 – Alex Bosworth and the Lightning Loop

In this week’s episode Corey goes on a spirit hike to elevate his mind body and soul leaving Dee to tag in Wayne (Yes2Crypto) as the Co-Host. The Lightning Network raises the same concerns for Dee that he has had...

Hashing It Out #61 – Solana – Anatoly Yakovenko

In today’s episode, Corey and Collin talk with Anatoly Yakovenko, the Co-Founder and CEO of Solana. Solana is a blockchain platform attempting to scale transactions without the need of sharding and we want to know how they plan to do...

The Bitcoin Podcast #275 – Rick V of Crypto Cloak

In this episode Dee and Dr. Petty bring up the conversation of hardware wallets and personal security. We discuss the pros and cons of hardware wallets and why you should or should not buy one. Are hardware wallets even the...

The Bitcoin Podcast #274 – Mmmm DAO DAO… baa-chicka-chicka

In this episode, Corey and Dee get a dose of ether from the host of Dose of Ether, Mr. Lucian. What transpires is a discussion about the dos and don’ts, ins and outs, and pros and cons of DAOs. It...

Hashing It Out #60 – Balance Research – Arthur Gervais & Dominik Harz

This episode Corey and Collin bring on the academics Arthur Gervais and Dominik Harz from Imperial College London. They discuss a new protocol that attempts to reduce the required financial deposits for various mechanisms in a way that does not...

The Bitcoin Podcast #273: Exiled Surfer doesn’t like 401k’s

Would you put Bitcoin in your 401k? Most likely if you are listening to this show. Corey and Demetrick discuss a litany of topics this episode with an OG, ExiledSurfer: what does crypto look like when the remaining 50% of...

The Bitcoin Podcast #272: Jack Got Hacked

In this episode the roundtable is open. Ray Redacted, Jessie “The Man” Broke, Harry D and Taylor from MyCrypto all swing by to discuss security, why it is not sexy and what it needs to do to be sexy. Corey...

Hashing It Out #59 – Truebit – Jason Teutsch

We’re happy to welcome back Truebit Protocol to the podcast! This time we’re speaking with Jason Teutsch, mathematican, computer scientist, and founder of the protocol. Truebit is an incentivization scheme for the compute and validation of off-chain code execution with...

Hashing It Out #58 – Stellar – Nikhil Saraf

International payments is not an easy challenge to tackle, and Stellar is working diligently to upend the current aging and fee-ridden systems for a more democratized method of international asset transfer. In this episode we have Nikhil Saraf, Principal Software...

The Bitcoin Podcast #271 – Council of Elrond

  In this week’s episode of The Bitcoin Podcast, Ray Redacted swings by to correct and address some of the lingering drama centered around the Bit Block Book conference. We also spent some time discussing Dan Larimer and what it...

Hashing It Out #57 – Consensys Lab’s Tachyon – Gabriel Anderson

  You want $150k? Have an idea? Is it Web 3.0? Check out Tachyon. Gabriel Anderson come on today to discuss the accelerator program by Consensys Labs, what it’s like to transition from engineer to entrepreneur, the common features investors...

Blocked By Design #01 – Dynamics Design

We all saw the warning signs of the ICO craze in 2017 but it still hit us like a ton of bricks. Many have been burnt while others profited at the expense of new loyal users in the crypto-space. Now...

The Bitcoin Podcast #270 – Bit Block Boom and Coinbase Custody

A typical roundtable a la TBP! Dee, Corey, and Collin discuss Bitcoin Maximalism, the good, the bad, the ugly. Dee went to the Bit Block Boom Conference and also was a member of a debate panel. He had a great...

Hashing It Out #56 – Mattereum – Vinay Gupta

This episode, Corey brings on Vinay Gupta from the Mattereum project. This was spawned from a tweet thread from Vinay about people and their stuff that excited Corey, and the following conversation does not dissapoint. Today, we dive into the...

The Bitcoin Podcast #269: Proof of Work vs Proof of Stake

And then there were 2! In this week’s episode we bid a heartfelt farewell to Marcello. After nearly 5 years of podcasting together, we have part and he is focusing on other projects. Corey and Dee decide to kick it...

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