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Instant Privacy & Bug Bounties – YMB Podcast E297

You, Me, and BTC Podcast E297

This is episode 297 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

Dan gets a little triggered in this one. He knows his stuff when it comes to the internet and he's gonna let you have it.

The gang will cover some 3 second steps to privacy, how bug bounty programs work, and more. Tune in now!

Your hosts this week are Daniel Brown and Tim Baker. Don't forget to scroll down …

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The Pentagon’s Hollywood, Hacking the Unhackable, & More – YMB Podcast E254

You, Me, and BTC Podcast E254

This is episode 254 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

First up this week, we'll cover a supposedly unhackable Bitcoin hardware wallet touted by the infamous John McAfee. His name is synonymous with digital security and he loves Bitcoin, so this must be a great device, right? Maybe.

When the company behind wallet, Bitfi, offered hundreds of thousands of dollars to anyone who could crack it, hackers got to work. …

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Security Makes DasCoin a Trusted Coin

Financial organizations continue to maintain centralized databases, which are a lucrative and easy target for cybercriminals. The Blockchain databases, though public, utilize encryption to keep their servers proofed against hackers.

The Blockchain network comprises nodes. These are the individual computers synched into the blockchain to make a global ledger. The ledger captures all the users on the platform as well as any transaction completed on the peer-to-peer network.

Once a transaction takes place, the …

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Where Is the Safest Place to Buy Bitcoin?

Technically speaking, Bitcoin is one of the most secure forms of currency ever created. So, why do we constantly hear about scandals and hacks where innocent people lose millions of dollars worth of Bitcoin? The real dangers of Bitcoin lurk in the way that companies and individuals buy, sell, and use it rather than in the technology itself.

With the correct knowledge and methods, it is possible to buy large sums of Bitcoin and keep …

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The 3 Biggest Struggles Bitcoin (and Bitcoiners) Face Today – YMB Podcast E220

You, Me, and BTC Podcast E220

This is episode 220 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

Bitcoin is cool AF, but it's not all rainbows and daisies. Being a Bitcoiner can be tough. These days we have deadly transaction fees, clunky software, crashing exchanges, and so much more crap to deal with. It's rough out there.

Today's show is all about these struggles. We'll share which ones seem to be the absolute worst and how we've …

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Three Ways Hacken (HKN) Brings Value to Non-White Hat Hackers

Bitcoin Circuit

Cryptocurrency is one of the most promising tech inventions of our time. In particular, blockchain technology brings exceeding value to all members of society by making this new type of money absolutely unregulated and decentralized. Cryptocurrency, therefore, is extremely safe, secure, and powerful.

Hacken (HKN) is a new cryptocurrency created by a community-driven business. It was originally for white hat hackers, but it will also provide a wide range of benefits to virtually anyone.

HKN …

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Dan Was Sexually Assaulted Twice This Week – YMB Podcast E188

#YMBLive E188

This is episode 188 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

It's dead true. I (Daniel Brown) got felt up by the TSA twice this week. They called it an "enhanced pat down" but the term "sexual assault" is far more fitting. They also went through all my belongings and physically opened up one of my phones. Tonight I need to share my story and explain how it concerns you and …

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Blockchain Could Solve a Massive Equity Problem – YMB Podcast E163

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This is episode 163 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast!

First up this week, we'll investigate a convoluted story about phantom stock.

A few years back, Dole Food's CEO decided to go private by buying up all of his company's publicly owned shares. Then months later, a court ruled that he didn't pay a fair price for each share. This meant that he owed a few extra bucks per share …

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