This is episode 122 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast!
Fist up today, we're chatting about Japan's official recognition of digital currencies and Europe's approval of Bitstamp. Has Bitcoin finally reached the point where governments can tolerate it or even support it? Is that a good thing, or are we worried about over-regulation?
Then after that, we'll cover the Nasdaq's list of real Bitcoin use cases. Cryptocurrency has been around for quite awhile now, so it should be easy to see where it's truly useful.
Then to wrap things up, we'll cover an incredibly cool use case, Spells of Genesis. Imagine a digital card game with cards that live on the blockchain. That seems pretty awesome, and it allows a truly free economy to exist for the game. Your hosts this week are Daniel Brown, Tim Baker, and John Stuart. Enjoy!
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