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The Agenda Podcast: Decoding Crypto

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The Agenda podcast explores the promises of crypto, blockchain and Web3, and how everyday people level up and improve their lives with these new technologies. It covers everything from new blockchain tech to Bitcoin mass adoption and cultural shifts in Web3. Every two weeks, Cointelegraph’s The Agenda podcast tackles a new topic by speaking with the innovators and experts building the Web3 the world actually needs. After all, crypto is for everyone, not just rocket scientists, venture capitalists and high-IQ developers.

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The Agenda podcast explores the promises of crypto, blockchain and Web3, and how everyday people level up and improve their lives with these new technologies. It covers everything from new blockchain tech to Bitcoin mass adoption and cultural shifts in Web3. Every two weeks, Cointelegraph’s The Agenda podcast tackles a new topic by speaking with the innovators and experts building the Web3 the world actually needs. After all, crypto is for everyone, not just rocket scientists, venture capitalists and high-IQ developers.

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Crypto for good: DeFi credit unions and value-driven DApps (feat. BankSocial & Morph)

7/10/2024
The Agenda podcast is joined by John Wingate of BankSocial and Azeem Khan of Morph to discuss the ways blockchain and crypto can be used to financially empower regular people and make the world a better place through DeFi-focused credit unions and value-driven layer 2s. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on X (Twitter) at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Follow John Wingate on X at @PresidentHODL and Azeem Khan at @azeemk_. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! Timestamps: (00:00) - Introduction to The Agenda podcast and this week’s episode (01:43) - What is BankSocial, and what is its mission? (07:04) - Are there securities and regulatory risks for users? (10:03) - What a DeFi-focused bank actually does (12:37) - How BankSocial handles banking and blockchain challenges (17:08) - What is the Morph layer-2 blockchain? (19:01) - Bringing DeFi to places that lack banking infrastructure (22:05) - What type of projects will be built on Morph? (23:56) - What the UNICEF CryptoFund does (26:08) - Why Azeem first got into blockchain (29:39) - Can Morph help with international aid delivery? (32:03) - Morph and the future of AI (33:49) - Will the AI revolution overall hurt or help people? (34:56) - Can billionaire philanthropists save the world? (37:40) - Can crypto address global poverty? The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:40:16

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Privacy in 2024: Tornado Cash, CBDCs and AI surveillance (Feat. Harry Halpin)

6/26/2024
Nym CEO Harry Halpin joins The Agenda to discuss the state of privacy and civil liberties in 2024, including the sentencing of Tornado Cash developer Alexey Pertsev, the power of AI to increase and expand surveillance, the censorship risks of central bank digital currencies, and more. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on X (Twitter) at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Follow Harry Halpin on X at @harryhalpin. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. Timestamps: (00:00) - Introduction to The Agenda podcast and this week’s episode (01:40) - Complying with regulations and sanctions as a privacy project (05:50) - Reaction to Tornado Cash developer Alexey Pertsev’s jail sentence (09:44) - The future of privacy around the world (12:22) - Are CBDCs a privacy nightmare? (15:51) - The politicization of CBDCs (18:47) - Are AI fears accurate or overblown? (22:08) - How Ukranians use Nym VPN to stay safe (25:43) - Mixnets vs. traditional VPNs If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:29:12

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Is DePIN the true catalyst for mass adoption? (feat. XYO)

6/12/2024
Markus Levin of XYO joins The Agenda to explain everything about DePIN: what it is, how people can participate, why DePINs can help improve AI, and why the technology could be the future of mass adoption. This is the first interview in a series recorded in person at Consensus 2024. *Please note that this episode was recorded on May 30, not June 30 as stated in the intro* The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on X (Twitter) at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! Timestamps: (00:00) - Intro to The Agenda podcast and this week’s episode (01:13) - What is DePIN, and how can you participate? (04:02) - DePIN makes AI more trustworthy (07:44) - Is there a DePIN bubble? (10:50) - Do DePINs have privacy or security risks? (11:56) - IoT vs. DePIN (12:42) - What is the XYO token? Who can participate? (15:58) - How XYO handles data privacy and regulations (16:49) - Is the DePIN space oversaturated? (17:51) - Who are XYO’s clients? Who can build on it? (20:29) - Use cases for solutions built on XYO (21:07) - Can DePIN bring crypto mass adoption? (22:43) - DePINs collaborating The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:24:09

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Is the future of DeFi in Bitcoin and wrapped BTC? (feat. DLC.Link)

5/29/2024
Aki Balogh, co-founder and CEO of DLC.Link, joins The Agenda podcast to break down the significance of Bitcoin DeFi, the importance of security and efficiency in DeFi, and why he believes wrapping BTC and bringing it to other chains is the smartest move. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on X (Twitter) at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Follow Aki Balogh on X at @AkiBalogh. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! Timestamps: (00:00) - Introduction to The Agenda podcast and this week’s episode (02:30) - What is Bitcoin DeFi, and why should people use it? (07:01) - Digital gold vs. physical gold (09:19) - Is Bitcoin DeFi user-friendly? (12:00) - What is DLC.Link? (14:18) - Security risks when wrapping Bitcoin (18:47) - Dealing with high network fees (21:03) - The advantages of bringing BTC to Ethereum (25:38) - Is DeFi too centralized? (29:37) - What if you accidentally lend Bitcoin to criminals? (31:10) - Fallout of the U.S. actions against Tornado Cash (33:19) - Is Bitcoin safe from regulatory actions? (35:47) - Could a market maker manipulate DLC.Link? (40:20) - What happens if your wrapped BTC is stolen? (41:15) - Why Aki Balogh is so passionate about DeFi (43:59) - The future of DLC.Link The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:47:32

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Blockchain casino aims to share the wealth so more than just the house wins (feat. Zach Bruch)

5/16/2024
Zach Bruch, founder and CEO of MyPrize, joins The Agenda podcast to explain how blockchain-based casinos have the potential to absorb significant market share within the gambling industry and how MyPrize aims to make betting more fun and communal while also sharing revenue with creators. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on X (Twitter) at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Follow Zach Bruch on X at @zachbruch. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:49:18

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Musicians are getting ripped off, but decentralized fundraising could help (feat. Miles of FanSociety)

5/1/2024
Miles of FanSociety joins The Agenda podcast to break down why musicians typically get such a small cut of the money generated by their music, and how blockchain-based fundraising tools may offer a lifeline and help artists build sustainable careers without needing record labels. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on Twitter at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. If you want to help build FanSociety, reach out to Miles on Telegram at @MilesAwayNoww. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:42:45

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Memecoins, millionaires and crypto — A new dawn or a sign that it’s over? (feat. Andreas Brekken of SideShift)

4/17/2024
Memecoins have been the superstars of the 2024 crypto bull market, but are the vast riches made from unserious tokens a sign that crypto is unable to deliver on the promise of revolutionizing the investing landscape? SideShift.ai founder Andreas Brekken explains why memecoins are a net positive for the crypto space. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on X (Twitter) at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he made the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Follow Andreas Brekken on X (Twitter) at @abrkn and SideShift.ai at @sideshiftai. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:45:18

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Why email providers like Gmail should be decentralized (feat. Daniel James of Dmail)

4/3/2024
Daniel James of Dmail joins The Agenda to explain why decentralized email offers a better alternative to centralized providers like Gmail, why wallet-linked email services prevent spam, how to participate in the DMAIL airdrop campaign, and much more. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on Twitter at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Follow Dmail on X (Twitter) at @Dmailofficial. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:47:02

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Monetizing physical activity with crypto and Web3 (feat. Oleg Fomenko of Sweat Economy)

3/20/2024
Oleg Fomenko joins The Agenda podcast to discuss how Sweatcoin and Sweat Economy seek to power a new economy where physical exercise is tokenized, rewarded and traded on the open market — and how Web3 and blockchain can offer financial incentives to be physically active. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on Twitter at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Follow Oleg Fomenko on Twitter/X at @oleg_fem and Sweat Economy at @SweatEconomy. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:51:55

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Bitcoin price hits new all-time high — What does it mean for crypto in 2024?

3/8/2024
With Bitcoin price hitting a new all-time high above $69,000 on March 5, hosts Jonathan DeYoung and Ray Salmond reflect on what the bull market means for mass adoption, artificial intelligence, NFTs and community-focused projects in 2024. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on Twitter at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:51:18

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AI in gaming, the future of Web3 gaming and ethical AI usage (feat. Ben James of Atlas)

2/21/2024
Artificial intelligence is revolutionizing every aspect of daily life across the globe, including the gaming industry, where AI can fast-track the creation of virtual worlds and the assets that populate them. Atlas CEO Ben James joins The Agenda to discuss the advantages and concerns around AI becoming an endemic component of modern society. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on X (Twitter) at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Follow Atlas on X (Twitter) at @Atlas3DAI and Instagram at @atlas3dai. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:54:06

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Can Web3, NFTs and blockchain help fight climate change? (feat. Inna Modja of Code Green)

2/7/2024
Activist, musician and Code Green co-founder Inna Modja joins The Agenda to explore the relationship between art, NFTs and activism, as well as how Web3 technology is helping communities raise funds to build resilience and become more sustainable in the face of climate change. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on X (Twitter) at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Follow Inna Modja on X (Twitter) at @Innamodja and Instagram at @innamodjaofficiel. Follow Code Green on X (Twitter) at @codegreen_nft and Instagram at @codegreen_nft. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:39:20

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Fighting fake news with blockchain technology (feat. Evan Hansen of Factland DAO)

1/24/2024
We live in the era of fake news, and with the advent of AI, it will become even harder to determine which real media is real and which is fake. Evan Hansen of Factland DAO explains why source and fact authentication should be a community exercise. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on Twitter at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Follow Evan Hansen on X (Twitter) at @evnhsn and Factland DAO at @factlanddao. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:59:13

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WTF is a Web3 domain, and why does everyone need one? (feat. Sandy Carter of Unstoppable Domains)

1/10/2024
Unstoppable Domains COO Sandy Carter joins The Agenda to explain how Web3 domains work and why they can help small businesses, creators and others. She also breaks down how Unstoppable differs from its competitors, the differences between Web2 and Web3 tech companies, and more. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on Twitter at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Follow Sandy Carter on X (Twitter) at @sandy_carter. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:48:29

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Are NFTs back? DAOs, governance, marketplaces and royalties with RARI Foundation (feat. Jana Bertram)

12/27/2023
RARI Foundation head of strategy Jana Bertram joins The Agenda to discuss how NFT marketplaces can support creators and create an equitable, democratic space for collectors and creators — as well as the future of nonfungible tokens. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on X (Twitter) at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Follow Jana Bertram on X (Twitter) at @yannau. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:52:04

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Privacy, security and state surveillance (feat. Chelsea Manning and Harry Halpin of Nym)

12/13/2023
Nym CEO Harry Halpin and security consultant Chelsea Manning sit down with The Agenda to explain how the Nym mixnet and VPN help keep users anonymous online, as well as how privacy tools can fight AI algorithms and surveillance, why institutional adoption can be good for privacy, and more. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on Twitter at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Follow Chelsea Manning on Twitter at @xychelsea and Harry Halpin at @harryhalpin. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:47:50

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Decentralized Web3 communications tech is taking on Zoom (feat. Ayush Ranjan of Huddle01)

11/29/2023
Huddle01 co-founder and CEO Ayush Ranjan joins The Agenda to talk about Web3-native communications platforms, why companies like Zoom should be decentralized, and why decentralization results in better performance and privacy for users worldwide. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on Twitter at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Follow Ayush on Twitter at @ranjan3118. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:56:08

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The future of Web3 and blockchain mass adoption (feat. Alex Tapscott)

11/15/2023
Investor and blockchain advocate Alex Tapscott joins The Agenda to discuss his new book, Web3: Charting the Internet’s Next Economic and Cultural Frontier, and explore the future of blockchain mass adoption, crypto regulation, Web3 use cases and more. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on Twitter at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Follow Alex Tapscott on Twitter at @alextapscott. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:46:51

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Meet the 13-year-old selling sneakers for Bitcoin (feat. Blake Cockram of CryptoKicks)

11/1/2023
13-year-old entrepreneur Black Cockram, founder of CryptoKicks, joins The Agenda to chat about his shoe resale business with unique crypto roots. Blake explores the synergies between cryptocurrency and sneaker culture and predicts how both will grow over the coming years. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on Twitter at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Follow CryptoKicks on Instagram at @cryptokicks.io. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:46:52

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The nuts and bolts of onboarding new users to crypto on YouTube (feat. Cryptonauts)

10/18/2023
Cryptonauts co-founder and host Nathan Leung joins The Agenda to discuss the successes and challenges of educating those interested in cryptocurrency via a sponsor-free YouTube channel, sharing his crypto origin story, motivations and future plans for his YouTube channel and thriving community. The Agenda is brought to you by Cointelegraph and hosted/produced by Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung. Follow Cointelegraph on Twitter at @Cointelegraph, Jonathan at @maddopemadic and Ray at @HorusHughes. Jonathan is also on Instagram at @maddopemadic, and he makes the music for the podcast — hear more at madic.art. Follow Crytptonauts on Twitter at @CryptonautsShow and Nathan Leung on Instagram at @capt_crypto. Check out Cointelegraph at cointelegraph.com. If you like what you heard, rate us and leave a review! The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are its participants’ alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph. This podcast (and any related content) is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice, nor should it be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcast’s participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.

Duration:00:54:08