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The Blockchain Show is a weekly podcast that demystifies cryptocurrencies and distributed ledger technology.

The Blockchain Show is a weekly podcast that demystifies cryptocurrencies and distributed ledger technology.
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The Blockchain Show is a weekly podcast that demystifies cryptocurrencies and distributed ledger technology.






135: Jeremy Forsberg and Axel IEO

Jeremy from Axel and Axel.Network joins hosts Steve and Ethan for another informative and insightful look into today's Blockchain space. Jeremy was co-founder and CEO of the NAVADA Group – a UK based creative agency that worked with some of Europe’s most powerful and recognizable brands. He boosted audience engagement for a horse racing brand by over 2,000%, and is best known for leading the award-winning Road Respect campaign, among many others. He leads AXEL's strategic content and...


134: Anchor with Daniel Popa

Ethan speaks with Daniel from Anchor, a stable currency and financial standard that aims to preserve and enhance the value of investor holdings. The Anchor stablecoin is pegged to a proprietary algorithm, the Monetary Measurement Unit (MMU), developed by a team of PhDs and based on the growth of the global economy. The currency is further protected from inflation and volatility by a two-token system that incentivizes validators to mint and burn tokens to keep the value at the MMU. This...


133: Rokfin with Martin Floreani

Ethan calls from LA into the Austin city limits and connects with Martin Floreani the founder and CEO of Rokfin. Rokfin is a creator-first subscription media company and a (live) digital platform that rewards content creators for the full value they generate. Topics covered: How to Make the “Network Effect” Work for Creators? Addressing the disparity in work-to-reward ratio for creators vs. platforms Structuring an Ecosystem that Fosters Collaboration over Competition: when one wins,...


132: POTUS disapproves Libra; PayFast's negative bitcoin adoption, Lite coin

Trump takes to Twitter to bash Libra and bitcoin. Steve and Ethan expand on the ever present question, what is money? PayFast unhappens bitcoin support. Steve gives a brief history of Lite coin and how it stacks up to the main 3. Links mentioned in the show: PayFast ends support for bitcoin You Don’t Understand Bitcoin Because You Think Money Is Real


131: Dublin Ohio's slp Token, Chuck E Cheese vs bitcoin, Google's foray into crypto

Steve and Ethan bring you up to speed with this past week's Blockchain developments as well as an update into Craig Wright's (faketoshi) court case. Articles mentioned in the show: Dublin Ohio's token Chuck E Cheese tweet Google's cryptocurrency project


130: Plouton Mining with Ramak Sedigh CEO

Ramak J. Sedigh, CEO of Plouton Mining, has been a life-long entrepreneur across many industries who is bringing his multi-disciplinary talents and track record of success to building N. America’s largest solar-powered bitcoin mining operation in Western Mojave California. Ramak began his professional life in the real estate industry by building a 1900-unit apartment portfolio in the late 1980s. Later, he started, built and sold a successful online tenant screening service with one of the...


129: Libra coin, Calibra wallet; Facebook's stable coin

Steve and Ethan talk about Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency


128: AXEL.Network with Jeremy Forsberg, CMO, AXEL

AXEL is committed to providing users with true ownership over their data with dynamic, easy-to-use technology solutions for file sharing, access, security and privacy, transfer, streaming and integration, from one secure platform. They just launched AXEL.Network, a global decentralized network to help foster the movement from centralized to decentralized computing — the next-generation internet. Jeremy was co-founder and CEO of the NAVADA Group – a UK based creative agency that worked...


127: Self-Sovereign Identity, Replacing Credit Reporting Bureaus with Blockchain Technology

Ethan reads listener mail about credit on blockchain before calling co-host Steve who introduces the concept of self-sovereign identity on blockchain. What it is and what it would take to implement.


126: Facebook's Global Coin, Firefox's Crypto Blocker, SunBlock Podcast

Ethan reads a few articles (0:26) concerning some recent developments in the mysterious world of Facebook's "Global Coin" (4:40) and Mozilla's new "Crypto Blocker" privacy setting on their Firefox browser. Presenting Ian Collin's new podcast (12:22) "SunBlock" debuting here first showcasing Florida's growing Blockchain community and businesses.


125: Will the real Satoshi please stand up?

Blockchain Show OG's Steve and Ethan get into rumors surrounding Satoshi Nakamoto's true identity... Also, Whole Foods “accepts” bitcoin, and a follow up on years later.


124: Binance Hacked, Tether, Crypto Exchanges, and Banking Myths

Steve breaks down the recent Binance debacle and what that means for crypto-kind. Some more reflections on Tether not really being tied to the dollar, as well as other common myths about exchanges and traditional banks. For complete show notes and links mentioned in the show, please visit TBCS website *The Silk Road Episode mentioned in last week's update has been postponed. Please check back soon.


123: The Blockchain Show Update

Ethan sits down for another solocast bringing you up to speed on the show's recent developments. Connect with us: Minds Flick Telegram Help Support the Show Podcrypt - Wallet setup


122: Harmony with Nick White

Nick White is the co-founder of Harmony, A public chain project (using sharding different than Zilliqa's), made up of Harvard and Stanford graduates with an ex-engineering team from places like Google, Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon in San Francisco. Harmony is a public blockchain protocol with key innovations in state sharding (secure staking & re-sharding with decentralized randomness) and in peer-to-peer networking (optimal cross-shard routing, fast block propagation) Join the community...


121: TradeCloud with Matthew Botell

Matthew Botell has 20 years’ experience in the physical commodity business. He joins host Ian Collins for an in-depth discussion about the physical commodity web and how TradeCloud will use blockchain to revolutionize the outdated technology still largely used today. TradeCloud currently serves the metals industry and plans to expand into the energy and agricultural sectors in the near future. The combined trade value across the three markets is estimated to be in excess of USD 8 trillion...


120: Verity with Martin Mikeln

Martin co-founded the world’s first decentralized human oracle known as Verity. Currently, projects in the oracle space (for example: Chainlink, Witnes, Augur etc) are gaining a lot of attention considering the essential part they play in unlocking the potential of smart contracts. Verity is the decentralized oracle for smart contracts. It makes it easy to verify real-world information and connect it to any smart contract. Using the wisdom of the crowd and blockchain-as-a-court-system,...


119: myCryptoWallet with Jaryd Koenigsmann

myCryptoWallet was founded by Jaryd Koenigsmann in 2017 and is a digital currency service and marketplace based in Melbourne, Australia. The platform currently enables purchasing and trading of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, XRP and Power Ledger. In 2019, the company became Australia’s first zero-fee platform, and launched myCryptoCard, a first-of-its-kind debit card that allows consumers to spend their cryptocurrency at more than 1 million locations and withdraw money from 30,000 ATMs across...


118: Bitcoin Minimalists

Co-founder of The Blockchain Show, Steve Anderson, returns with more relevant perspective on what's been happening since his hiatus. Thanks to Sarah, Mark, Ian, Heather and Steve, for all their help over the years in making this show. For a complete list of our past sponsors, and to read the show notes, please visit the website


117: Kadena with Will Martino - Pact, Public Blockchain, and Enterprise Scalability

Will Martino co-founded Kadena in 2016 with his colleague Stuart Popejoy to provide the fastest, safest, and most scalable smart-contracts for entrepreneurs and enterprises. Prior to starting Kadena, Will worked in JPMorgan’s emerging technology group along with Stuart Popejoy, where they spearheaded the company’s blockchain project, Juno. Additionally, Will worked as a senior science advisor for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on the Cryptocurrency Steering Committee. Pact is...


116: Bill Ottman Reloaded - Open Sourcing, Internet Freedom, and

Bill Ottman is an Internet entrepreneur and freedom of information activist based, and is also the CEO and co-founder of Minds an open sourced and decentralized platform for internet freedom where users can get paid in crypto for contributions to their community. What kind of internet do we want to be remembered? How do we want to interface with it? How decentralized do we want it? Who gets to decide? This and more with the powerful Bill Ottman. Follow Bill on Minds...