Category: Andreas M. Antonopoulos

Bootstrapping Mobile Mesh Networks with Bitcoin Lightning

‘The best Sundays are for long reads and deep conversations. Recently the hosts of the Let’s Talk Bitcoin! Show were joined by Richard Myers to discuss the current state of mesh networks and how Bitcoin’s Lightning may be the missing ingredient...

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We Need 30 Different Words for Censorship

‘The best Sundays are for long reads and deep conversations. Recently the hosts of the Let’s Talk Bitcoin! Show gathered to discuss state sponsored propaganda, corporate censorship and how cryptocurrency or decentralization changes the game. The rallying cry of the...

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Coronavirus Impacts on Bitcoin (And the IRS’s Dumb Singularity)

The best Sundays are for long reads and deep conversations. Earlier this week the Let’s Talk Bitcoin! Show gathered to discuss Coronavirus and its potential impacts or disruptions to the decentralized world of bitcoin. Later, we hear from correspondent George Ettinger...

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Decentralization Philosophy – Does Crypto Still Need Catalysts?

Credits for LTB#428 – Decentralization Philosophy (Part 2) This episode of Let’s Talk Bitcoin! is sponsored by Brave.com and eToro.com. This episode featured Stephanie Murphy, Andreas M. Antonopoulos, Jonathan Mohan and Adam B. Levine for a hot minute. Today’s episode was produced by Adam...

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Mainstream Moments and the CompuServe of Crypto, Feat. Andreas M. Antonopoulos

The best Sundays are for long reads and deep conversations. With the price of bitcoin headed up again, the idea of blockchains and digital currencies has never been more palatable to the mainstream. We’ve seen this cycle before, but...

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Libre Not Libra – Thinking Critically About Facebook’s Blockchain Project

In “Libre Not Libra: Facebook’s Blockchain Project,” Andreas Antonopoulos answers the burning question: Has he tried haggis? Just kidding, he shares his thoughts on the Libra white paper, part of a permissioned blockchain project launched by Facebook. Note: This...

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