$10,000 Bitcoin Bet With Tone Vays!

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What Is Bitcoin? (ft. Jimmy Song)

[Originally streamed on February 12, 2018] Today we are joined by Jimmy Song. Below are a list of topics we may or may not cover. Hope you guys enjoy the podcast and make sure to check out his channel! Jimmy Song's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEFJVYNiPp8xeIUyfaPCPQw?sub_confirmation=1 Planned topics: -What is Bitcoin/Why should people care - Talk pros/cons, bring up some negatives - Fiat vs Cryptocurrency - Adoption of cryptocurrencies with younger generation - Potential issues with power/wealth (white/asian men) - Centralization of mining with Bitcoin - Bitcoin in 2018, what do we have to look forward to - Pros/Cons LN. - What's it like working on Bitcoin/being a bitcoin dev - Blockstream (What is it, Bitcoin Cash) - Thoughts on Bitcoin Cash? - Thoughts on Litecoin? - Thoughts on Altcoins in general - ETH, Cardano, NEO, Lisk type currencies - PoW vs PoS - Technical Analysis - DEX's

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Today we are joined by Blockchain Consultant Tone Vays

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