This is episode 68 of You, Me, and BTC, the planet's most entertaining Bitcoin podcast!
This week is all about keeping secrets. First up, Tim and John will chat about the government and encryption. Some law enforcement officers have proposed that they should be given guaranteed access to encrypted data on smartphones. As you can probably guess, we think that's absurd. Tim and John will explain why they think a system like that would cause more problems than it would solve.
Then later in the show, Daniel will be chatting with Steven Sprague, the CEO of Rivetz. The tech startup is making it possible to securely store private keys on phones. Mr. Sprague will explain how this all works and why it should enable Bitcoin storage that is just as safe as a normal hardware wallet.
Your hosts are Tim Baker, Daniel Brown, and John Stuart. Enjoy!
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