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A Weekly Podcast on Blockchain, Ethereum, Bitcoin and Distributed Technologies
A Weekly Podcast on Blockchain, Ethereum, Bitcoin and Distributed Technologies

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Electrum Developer Thomas Voegtlin joined us to discuss the state of the Bitcoin scaling debate. We discussed Bitcoin Unlimited, ASICBoost, SegWit activation without miner support and how a Bitcoin fork could play out.

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Gilles Fedak joins us to discuss iExec, a project which aims to build a high-performance distributed cloud infrastructure marketplace, allowing anyone to rent their idle resources to distributed grid networks. 

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Jason Teutsch & Christian Reitwiessner join us to discuss TrueBit, a new protocol which would allow complex computations to be executed on off-chain systems while being validated by Ethereum miners.

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We're joined by Adam B. Levine the founder and host of Let's Talk Bitcoin! to reflect on his signature show and the podcast network he created in 2014. 

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Ripple's Head of XRP markets Miguel Vias joined us to discuss the role of XRP in cross-border payments and how liquid XRP markets can be developed. 

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Carsten Stöcker of German utility Innogy shares his vision for how blockchains will serve as the transactional fabric for tomorrow's smart grids. 

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Polychain Founder and CEO Olaf Carlson-Wee joined us to talk about Polychain Capital, a new hedge fund focused solely on investing in cryptocurrencies and protocol tokens. 

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Dr. Peter Rizun joined us to discuss why a fee market in Bitcoin would exist even without a block size limit and his argument for Bitcoin Unlimited. 

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Dr. Peter Rizun joined us to discuss why a fee market in Bitcoin would exist even without a block size limit and his argument for Bitcoin Unlimited. 

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+Ethereum Founder Vitalik Buterin joined us once again to discuss the state of Ethereum and the efforts to innovate the protocol. We covered the takeaways from the DAO fork, switching to the proof-of-stake system Casper and how to think about blockchain interoperability. 
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