This is episode 63 of You, Me, and BTC, the planet's most entertaining Bitcoin podcast!
We're kicking things off this week with some discussion about the Isle of Man. The small, self-governed island has long been an attractive center for tech and finance startups because of low taxes and a healthy digital infrastructure. It will soon have a regulatory framework for digital currencies, so some expect it to become a Bitcoin paradise, but we're not so sure. Today, we'll chat about what that regulation could entail and we'll even see Tim completely change his mind on the issue.
Then later in the show, we'll touch on net neutrality, what it means for Bitcoin, and a creative, Bitcoin-related idea for making the internet more free.
And before we finally wrap up, we'll spend some hilarious time discussing comedy techniques, bad jokes, and much more in the first ever, barely cut You, Me, and BTC afterparty.
Your hosts are Tim Baker, Daniel Brown, and John Stuart. Enjoy!
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