The World's Top Bitcoin Podcast covering Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, Ethereum, ICOs, Altcoins, Fintech and Digital Money. Hosted by Internet pioneer Joel Comm and Marketing Technologist Travis Wright, The Bad Crypto Podcast makes crypto easy to understand for newbies and crypto enthusiasts alike.
Just when you thought you were dealing with game-changing, cutting-edge technology with Blockchain, someone has to come along and say “wait a minute.. We can do better.” And that’s exactly what the folks at Hedera believe. Inventors of the Hashgraph tech, Hedera intends to make distributed concensus fast, fair and secure.
And in case that’s not enough nerdiness for you, we’re going to kick it up a notch by introducing you to Nigel Smart. A Professor of Cryptography, Nigel lives up to his name and we discover what Multi-Party Computation is, and how it can be used not only to better secure cryptos but also with wider benefits to society.
Put on your super-nerdy underoos and get ready for your synapses to be supercharged. It’s episode #278 of The Bad Crypto Podcast.
Old McToshi had a startup, EIEIO. And for that startup he needed cash, EIEIO. With a crowdfund here and a crowdfund there, here a block, there a chain, everywhere a blockchain. Yes, Old McToshi needed cash, but how to raise you know?
In the past we’ve discussed ICOs and STOs, but today we enter the realm of the IEO, the Initial Exchange Offering. And we’re joined by Lionel Iruk, Managing Partner at Empire Global Partners, to help make sense of this latest form of crypto crowdfunding.
Remember, it’s AEIOU and sometimes Y, as we’ve got all the vowels on episode #277 of The Bad Crypto Podcast.
Guest Blogger: Rick Krause With the end of Marvel’s culminating 11-year legacy to super heroes and heroines, it’s not a surprise to find more industries vying for more diversity and support. Honestly, don’t tell me you haven’t watched at least one of the Marvel movies at this point. Or who hasn’t heard of Captain Marvel […]
Cryptocurrency. The promise of decentralized money that would bring power back to the people. Just imagine how much good can take place as a result?
Unfortunately, anywhere financial gain makes an appearance, people with only their own profit in mind show up to capitalize on it. There’s nothing wrong with making profit. But what if you could do good by helping non-profits prosper in the new crypto world? We’ve invited Alex Wilson and Patrick Duffy from The Giving Block to join us at the mic.
They help nonprofits get equipped to accept crypto donations and get them linked up with top projects in the space.
We’re also happy to introduce you to Justin Simpson, a community member at a cool new blockchain project called Ergo. This new crypto is mineable, ASIC resistant and making some bold moves.
So let’s do good stuff and learn about good blockchains right now on episode #276 of The Bad Crypto Podcast.
North America, South America, Europe, Australia, Asia and Africa. Yes, cryptocurrency is the revolution heard around the world. Ok, Antarctica too.
And today we’re pleased to welcome our friend Ran Neuner to the show. Host of CNBC Africa’s wildly popular The Crypto Trader Show, Ran has a great story to tell. And a great accent with which to tell it.
No matter what time of day you are listening, we’re about to have a Neuner. See, we’re always thinking of you. It’s episode #275 of The Bad Crypto Podcast.
What’s one way to know that mainstream crypto adoption is on the way? Not only does mainstream news report on it more frequently, but some filmmakers find it fascinating and begin documenting the industry. There are a number of blockchain-related documentaries now in the works and today we welcome Shannon Grinnell to the show to discuss her project, The New Internet.
Twenty years from now a public completely used to using crypto will be viewing these documentaries and saying “remember when they had printed money”. And 10000 years from now, future civilizations will unearth this episode and say “there was no intelligent life on earth”. But we don’t care. We’re here for the cryptos and giggles. Welcome to episode #274 of The Bad Crypto Podcast.
What does decentralized governance mean for the future of humanity? How will blockchain upgrade Web 2.0 to Web 3.0? And is Coke really better than Pepsi?
Today we welcome Jeremy Musighi of Immutable Capital to the show to discuss two out of three of the questions I just asked. He knows quite a bit about blockchains, but we’re not sure if he is a soda expert.
As for us, well we’re just two dudes talking crypto and we’re going off the blockchain for episode #273 of The Bad Crypto Podcast.
You don’t get the title futurist by doing what everyone else is doing. You get it by trying new things and playing with the new toys before all the other kids. So in the spirit of trying something new, today’s episode was recorded live on a very cool podcast app called Castbox.fm.
Their new Livecast feature allowed us to cover the news for the week with a live studio audience. And it was super fun to read people’s comments and receive call-ins for this show.
We talked about Bitcoin hitting new highs for 2019, Binance’s resistance to Facebook’s new GlobalCoin, the IRS will be issuing updated crypto tax guidance for the first time in 5 years, and Mr. Travis Wright unboxed a Kansas City Royals crypto collectible from Major League Baseball’s new online blockchain game.
Although this is a recording of a live show, you’ll have to believe us when we say it was indeed live. Welcome to a special Bad News LIVE edition of The Bad Crypto Podcast.
Guest Blogger: Andrew L. Rossow, Esq. The Internet evolved in a profoundly unique way. Contrary to the traditional information mediums, such as radio, that rapidly developed into closed systems controlled by a few large monopolies, the Internet was born from a stack of open protocols — layered on top of each other. Today, applications that […]
Money can buy a lot of things. Many financial advisors will tell you to diversify and invest some of your funds in precious metals. Both Travis and I like gold, as does Andreas Kalteis, CEO of NovemGold. They are seeking to change how gold is bought, sold and stored around the world.
Another thing money can buy can be purchased legally in some places… and not so much in others. While I was away in Toronto, Travis commandeered the mic and interviewed Michael Wagner and Gabriel Allred from Tokes Platform to discuss how their platform intends to solve the banking problem those in the cannabis industry are having.
Meanwhile, the blockchain train keeps chugging along and we’ve got some news continues to demonstrate that it is truly an unstoppable force.
You know what else is unstoppable? This podcast. In fact, we’ve disabled the stop button on your podcast player. So i guess you are stuck with us for episode #272 of The Bad Crypto Podcast.