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.
It’s a cold and rainy day in New York City, but crypto and blockchain enthusiasts from all over the world are here for the continents’ biggest crypto event of the year, Consensus 2019
We’re encased in a see-through podcast booth, almost like animals in a zoo. And we’ve got a number of fantastic guests here to discuss their blockchain projects.
You’ll learn about Bravocoin.com, a blockchain-based alternative to Yelp. Nick Saponora from DIVI Project pops in for a quick update. And we’ve finally had the opportunity to speak with Da Hongfei, CEO of NEO, to discuss what many have dubbed the Ethereum of China.
Two of two podcasters say you should listen to this episode. So we have consensus at Consensus. It’s episode 270 of The Bad Crypto Podcast.
Advertising, content marketing, social media marketing, e-commerce and data. What do these marketing technologies have in common? All of them are poised for serious disruption as their blockchain equivalents are beginning to surface. Today, we welcome Donny Dvorin of NeverStopMarketing to the show to examine the blockchain mar-tech landscape. We’ll also recap our experience at Consensus 2019 and perhaps sing a lyric or two from a Beatles’ song.It’s all in a day’s work in the Republic of Bad Cryptopia. Welcome to episode #269 of The Bad Crypto Podcast.
It's actually a cool sunny day in New York City and Mr. Travis Wright and what's left of his voice and I are in New York for consensus. The continent's largest blockchain event and we are talked out and yet we love you so much that we're here to present an episode.Get ready for a great interview with the folks from Blueshare.io all about security tokens in this episode number 268, of The Bad Crypto Podcast.
Tory Reiss, co-founder of TrustToken, discusses stablecoins and how these cryptocurrencies are being applied throughout the blockchain ecosystem. He uses TrustToken’s USD-backed stablecoin, TrueUSD, as an example of a stablecoin being implemented to help developing countries. He also explains how stablecoins can be used for portfolio building. Additionally, he goes into detail about his recent meeting with Facebook.
When you think of crypto exchanges, which do you think are the best? Binance? HITBtc? Bittrex? Gemini? Wouldn’t it be good to have objective data on which crypto exchanges get the highest ratings for legitimacy and which are more on the questionable side? On Yavin of Cointelligence has some great data that will open your eyes. They’ve done some great work evaluating exchanges in some key metric areas. As they say, “knowledge is power.”We’re going to open the firehouse of crypto info and silliness, so open wide and say “aaaahhhhh!”
Become a Coin Genius with Jeremy Born – Episode 255 Guest Blogger: Rick Krause Picture this. What if I could tell you that your dreams of becoming the next Oracle of Omaha is within your arm’s reach? Just a couple of bloopity-bloops and a little schnazz on the internet will give you the best information […]
Binance is the latest crypto hack victim, with over $40 million in Bitcoin stolen. Fidelity is really close to rolling out institutional Bitcoin trading. And Facebook continues to work on their own crypto. We’ve got the latest blockchain news you need to know.Regardless of your politics, religion, race, creed or hamburger preference, we welcome all to the Republic of Bad Cryptopia. It’s a happy, shiny crypto Utopia where all join hands and sing KumByBitcoin. Except for Roger Ver. He sings KumByBitcoinCash. But we love him as well.
Imagine believing in Bitcoin so much that you sold everything you had and pledged to live the truly decentralized life. That describes Didi Taihutti perfectly.Sell the house! Sell the car! Sell the kids! Wait, don’t sell the kids!Today we’ll speak with Didi about what motivated him to sell all the things and live the bitcoin life.We’ll also hit you up with a BADcoin update, and maybe we’ll burst into song. You never can tell.You don’t have to sell everything to listen to this show. In fact, all you have to do is listen. We’re glad you are here for episode #265 of The Bad Crypto Podcast.
Guest Blog By: Andrew Rossow The cryptocurrency sector is usually marked by a defining narrative each year that prevails among the abundance of innovation in the industry. This year, that storyline has turned out to be the emergence of decentralized finance (DeFi) on Ethereum, also known as open finance on blockchains. What initially started as […]
What if domain names were truly useful in the blockchain space? If Brad Kam of Unstoppable Domains has his way, we’ll be sending crypto to domain names, as easy as email, instead of super-long and confusing wallet addresses.And what happens when research on exchanges reveals questionable trades? It makes the crypto markets look icky. And Dmitry of Cryptointegrity isn’t pulling any punches.In other words, it’s about to get all real here my friends. Just remember, we are but two humble podcast hosts just asking questions and seeking answers.