Florida Man Steals Power to Mine, Webster Defines Blockchain, & More – YMB Podcast E233

You, Me, and BTC Podcast E233

This is episode 233 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

The infamous Florida Man strikes again! This time, he was caught stealing electricity from the Department of Citrus (his employer). LOL. We’ll share the details and have a laugh on tonight’s stream.

Plus: Webster finally added “cryptocurrency,” “blockchain,” and “ICO” to their dictionary. How well did they define those tough terms? We’ll find out.

And to wrap things up, we’ll …

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Sweden is About to Open up for iGaming Operators and its Impact on the Crypto

Nordic countries are the richest in Europe, and the local population consists of quite a few gambling lovers. However, the authorities of these countries have kept a closed policy, allowing only certain governmental monopolies to operate in the countries. Next to this, the governments were fighting unauthorized gambling operators by blocking the payment transactions that were sent to or from such operators. This has made the bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies very popular in the region. …

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Decentralized Exchanges and Bisq with Chris Beams – The Coin Pod, Ep. 6

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The security vulnerabilities of centralized cryptocurrency exchanges are attributes very much inherent to centralized exchange. Andreas Antonopoulos frequently comments that there are only two types of centralized exchanges: the ones that have been hacked and the ones that have yet to be hacked. And the long and continually-growing list of hacks demonstrates that he’s probably right.

An alternative to centralized exchanges comes in the form of decentralized exchanges, of which one …

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Determinism, Predestination, Free Will, & Preforeordestination – Tim’s Two Cents #3

Predestination & Free Will

This is episode 3 of Tim’s Two Cents – a brand new show where Tim argues with himself.

Its another Monday and Tim is here to give you thoughts how to navigate the various approaches to how the world works. This week, he decided (completely under his own free will) to discuss the ideas of determinism, free will, and if we really have a say in how our lives turn out.

Is everyone responsible for …

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Twitter Bans @Bitcoin, SEC Threatens Exchanges, & More with Guest Host TrollCoin – YMB Podcast E232

Carl TrollCoin on YMB Podcast E232

This is episode 232 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast. It’s been a wild week. There’s so much to cover and we’ll get right to it.

First of all, the Bitcoin price crumbled a bit recently. It’s probably due to an SEC announcement suggesting that crypto exchanges will have to register. Papers please!

Also this week, Twitter shut down @Bitcoin for awhile. The Bcash account was probably deemed to have …

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Central Bank of Barbados Should Buy Bitcoin with Jeremy Stephen – The Coin Pod, Ep. 5

That central banks should buy Bitcoin is an increasingly common aspect of the narrative surrounding cryptocurrencies. In late 2015, two economists from the University of the West Indies in Barbados published research on Bitcoin as an important addition to the Central Bank of Barbados’ asset portfolio.

Jeremy Stephen, one of the authors, joins me today to explain his interest in Bitcoin and the case for central banks owning Bitcoin. Among other things, Jeremy also discusses …

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Minarchism, Dicks, & Why Size Doesn’t Really Matter – Tim’s Two Cents #2

This is episode 2 of Tim’s Two Cents – a brand new show where Tim argues with himself. Join the omniscient genius this week as he explores the exciting world of minarchism.

Some people believe that when it comes to government, less is more. Today, Tim looks into why that’s probably a good thing. But he’ll also chat about some hypothetical (and real) examples of how even “limited” governments can grow in influence and power. …

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MediChain Trial of New Product Already Attracting Industry Interest

The MediChain Medical Big Data Platform is currently seeking to reform the medical records sector with the launch of a minimum viable product (MVP) at pain clinics in the UK, which help patients find ways to manage their pain from different ailments. Patient frustration over the inadequacy of the healthcare they receive and the incompleteness of the medical records held by healthcare providers is a common refrain in the media. However, doctors are just as …

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