This is episode 106 of You, Me, and BTC - your liberty and Bitcoin podcast!
Daniel is still on vacation with no time to edit, so this is another uncut episode! First up today, we'll chat about Segregated Witness, a technical solution that may help scale Bitcoin. It's a relatively new idea, so we aren't experts on all the details, but we'll try to explain how it's different than increasing the block size, how likely it is to be implemented, and more.
Then after that, we'll compare Bitcoin's performance in 2015 to that of other currencies, companies, and products. The Bitcoin price is still not as high as it used to be, but has it had a more successful year than things like Apple Watch, Volkswagen, or Greece? Then to wrap up, we'll reflect on how 2015 has been different than the early years of Bitcoin. Much has changed and we have high expectations for 2016.
Your hosts this week are Daniel Brown, Tim Baker, and John Stuart. Enjoy!
Leave a comment and tell us what you think will happen to Bitcoin in 2016!
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