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 Conference 2013 - Mike Hearn Interview - Let's Talk Bitcoin! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:19:40

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 E10 - A Brave, New World - Let's Talk Bitcoin! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:53:49

This episode was recorded on 5/19/2013 at 10pm, after the conference had closed. Stephanie Murphy & I were joined by Andreas of Listener support addresses Bitcoin 1JevLDbuNAboY6LRs9hBsiYRLNajdPqTWB Litecoin: 1JevLDbuNAboY6LRs9hBsiYRLNajdPqTWB

 Bitcoin 2013 - Erik Voorhees Interview - Let's Talk Bitcoin! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:35:30

Visit for more information Topic List: Why Satoshi Dice is Gone from the land of the free Why Panama? Bitcoin based autonomous region, and the lesson of the Honduras free zone Behind the man, history and hopes Why Join, then Leave the Free State Project? Why this time really is different What's the scenario that keeps you up at night? What do you think of Ripple in its current iteration? Are Bitcoin Businesses Possible in the US? What's Wrong with Mt Gox? Is Bitcoin the future, or is it just Cryptocurrencies in general? What do you think of Alt-Coins?

 E09 - Bitcoin 2013 Kickoff! - Let's Talk Bitcoin! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:55:02

Join the Let's Talk Bitcoin! team as they meet for the first time, and dig into the new ideas & surprising truths learned at the GIGAOM event on Thursday the 16th of May. For full shownotes, host bios, & more please visit

 E08 - Our Bright Future - Let's Talk Bitcoin! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:17:25

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 E07 - Ripple & The Deflationary Business Model - Let's Talk Bitcoin! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:13:21

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 E06 - Cyprus & Serendipity - Let's Talk Bitcoin! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:17:53

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 E05 - Communication is Key! - Let's Talk Bitcoin! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:08:09

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 E04 - The Horrible Warnings - Let's Talk Bitcoin! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:02:42

Visit us at for full show-notes (with links), and to subscribe for free to our Twice-Weekly Show. Episode 4 Listener Support Address: 17U1CzNd3S1ueFE4tB26L3gQ6mK5EcpvW3 On Episode 4: Project Talk - Fr33AID, Bitcoin ID, and Bitcoin Neutrality Listener Mail: Litecoins, ASICs and Bitcoin Banks? My interview with Joe Cascio of the Bitcoin ID Project, where we discuss his plan to take back your identity, eliminate site-specific logins, and put the spammers out of business by keeping your online identity in the blockchain. Today's Horrible Warning: BitcoinATM Blows Up And because we just couldn't not talk abou tit, todays Other Horrible Warning: Coinlab Sues Mt. Gox - What's Going on here? We investigate.

 E03 - The Future of Money - Let's Talk Bitcoin! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:05:29

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 (Guest Appearance) Episode 46 Pop Cultivation Podcast - Adam B. Levine | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:14:05

Had a great talk with Giancarlo this morning, if you want to hear me unedited this is your opportunity. Our discussion went all the hell over Bitcoin and back again, no basic explanation but lots of talk about little details. Also I got to call Paypal a horse drawn buggy company. If you want to hear me live and uncut, this is your opportunity.

 E02 - All Things Butter! - Let's Talk Bitcoin! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:57:36

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 E-Gold & Exchanges - Let's Talk Bitcoin! #2 Preview Clip | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:00:59

Clip from Saturday's episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin! Paul Hughes picks up the ball after Bradley Jansen's interview on Show 1 and runs it in the other direction. Full interview runs about 15 minutes, stay tuned! You can view Paul's Bio here

 Let's Talk Bitcoin! Episode 001 for April 23rd, 2013 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:06:34

Let's Talk Bitcoin! is a show for users new and old of Cryptocurrencies and the current king of them all, Bitcoin! New shows released on Tuesdays and Saturdays Send Listener Questions, Feedback, plus offers to help the cause and join our team to Enjoy the episode? Each one takes about 10 hours to produce - Please support the show and donate what you can 1JjiK6aZ2UsgqWdL9uQ8KyFC7Rdqyhmh55 Temporary Website: Permanent Website: Subscribe/Podcast/RSS Feed Here: Ep001 - Pilot Shownotes: US Exchange Bitfloor forced shut, Can Exchanges Even Exist in the US? What is FinCen, and Why it's the biggest threat to Bitcoin with Bradley Jansen of Listener Question: Why don't people sell Bitcoins for Credit Cards or Paypal? It's all about Perspective when we break down switching from Bitcoins to Milli-Bitcoins Butterfly Labs: a tale of Promises Broken & the Lesson of dealing with volatile currencies. Is Mining Causing global warming? Andreas Takes on Krugman and brings the heat. Correspondent Farzod Hashemi tells us about burying treasure with your mind.

 Inside the Bubble @ The Daily Bitcoin | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 4:12

Hi Everybody, Adam B. Levine Here from The Daily Bitcoin - Thanks to everyone who listened, tipped or wrote in during our first week worth of shows. This is not a conventional episode, but a call for help & some explanation of what's going on. If you'd like to join in our quest, please email - We are looking for potential hosts, researchers, writers, and outside the box thinkers to join the team. When I started looking for help in building the first professional take on a Bitcoin focused audio news source, the plan was to do a weekly show made up of unscripted "live" but recorded host segments, paired with scripted "correspondent segments". The show is basically a platform for independent reporters to reveal and talk about their findings. In some cases this means investigative journalism, interviewing and asking the obvious questions of the people behind the headlines. To others it provides a megaphone to get new ideas or opportunities into the growing community interested in the possibilities enabled by Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. When I started talking about this plan with those who expressed interest, I found quite a bit of support in the forms of guidance as well as investment. I was advised to think bigger, so I incorporated video into my plans - Live video host segments, and illustration or animation for the contributor segments to make the ideas more accessible. Even with the funding in-place, that pushed the time to get ready a month or two out... In the meantime I had met my two co-hosts, Eli & Paul - They were both very interested in doing a daily show, and since my weekly project had been pushed back I agreed we'd give it a try for a week to see how it goes. And it went quite well by any standards. With no promotion, no subscriptions, and a minimal of press attention (Thanks BitcoinMagazine) the episodes produced last week have netted more than 7,000 listens, but internally things were breaking down. In order to release the show at that pace, I basically was devoting myself to nothing but the show from early in the morning until near midnight each night. not that anything in particular took that long - More that there was so much stuff going on with Bitcoin AND the need to record, edit, and publish the show. At the end of our first week, we still didn't have any ways to subscribe to the show so I spent part of Saturday and almost all of Sunday trying to fix that problem. At the same time, it became apparent that there were fundamental differences between where I want the show to go, and where our angel investor did. On Sunday I made the decision after speaking with a number of advisers to return his investment and finance the project myself. On Monday the adrenaline of the week started to wear off and the amount of work we had taken on became apparent - In order to maintain the pace of release, it meant our small team had to be 100% efficient with the content we spent our time developing, so when over an hour of interview was requested removed by the interview subject, the lack of any margin-of-error became really obvious. Monday night I slept instead of editing, and we started talking internally about what a sustainable schedule would look like. The appeal of a daily show is definitely there, but the amount of work required to produce something high quality is too much for our small team. If we hired the staff required to support the level of production, it would require a large investment and meaningful, immediate cashflow to sustain it. The whole point here is to bring real journalism and analysis of complicated topics to an interested and basically unserved audience. So here's where we are now: The Bitcoin Show will be moving to a twice-weekly format, running about an hour per episode. We'll have a rotating cast of hosts with different perspectives and varied viewpoints. We'll have frequent interviews, and occasional co


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