Canada Revenue Agency joins QuadrigaCX investigation

QuadrigaCX investigation has been on the radar of various regulatory watchdogs, and this time, it is the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) who is going through the tax file returns filed by the now inoperative and once largest Canadian cryptocurrency exchange. What started of as a run-of-the-mill local trading online exchange in 2013, experienced a surge […]
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Canada Revenue Agency joins QuadrigaCX investigation

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Creating the Animated Series “Bitcoin & Friends” With Robert Allen

In this episode, the guys talk the latest Bitcoin headlines (including responses to the FATF recommended crypto “travel rule,” Bitmain’s latest Antminer 17 getting SOLD OUT in minutes and the NFL left tackle who’s trying to get paid in Bitcoin) then interview Robert Allen, executive producer of the animated adult web series, “Bitcoin & Friends.” Allen discusses some of the references behind the characters and jokes in the show, how funny people are usually brought up in religious households and, of course, Bitcoin.

Bitcoin & Friends Episode 1: Tears of a Clown

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Creating the Animated Series “Bitcoin & Friends” With Robert Allen

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Bitcoin Magazine – Creating the Animated Series "Bitcoin & Friends" with Robert Allen

In this episode, the guys talk the latest Bitcoin headlines (including responses to the FATF recommended crypto “travel Rule”, Bitmain’s Antminer 17 SOLD OUT in minutes and the NFL left tackle trying to get paid in Bitcoin) then interview Robert Allen, executive producer of the animated adult web series, “Bitcoin & Friends.” Allen discusses some of the references behind the characters and jokes in the show, how funny people are usually brought up in religious households and, of course, Bitcoin.

Episode 1: Tears of a Clown

News:

Bitcoin & Friends Interview Resources:

Sponsors

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DISCLAIMER: The following content is for informational purposes only. You should not construe any such information or other material as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice. Nothing contained in this presentation constitutes a solicitation, recommendation, endorsement, or offer by BTC Media, The Let’s Talk Bitcoin Network, or any third party service provider to buy or sell any securities or other financial instruments.


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Bitcoin Magazine – Creating the Animated Series “Bitcoin & Friends” with Robert Allen

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Banking Veteran Takes Over Stellar Startup as CEO Joins Spin-Out

Ludwin is stepping down as CEO of Interstellar to head a new spin-out. His successor at the Stellar blockchain-focused startup is an ex-banker.
Source: coindesk
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David Chaum: The Forefather of Cryptocurrencies and the Cypherpunk Movement

We’re pleased to be joined by the legendary cryptographer and computer scientist, David Chaum. From his early beginnings at Berkley, David pioneered many of the cryptographic techniques used in secure systems and cryptocurrencies today. Blind signatures, which are used in zero-knowledge proofs, and mix networks, used in Tor heavily rely on his work. At the dawn of the Internet, David founded DigiCash, what many believe to be a direct ancestor of Bitcoin. Today, David continues to pursue his mission to bring data privacy to all as his most recent project, Elixxir, aims to create a truly private messaging and payment app with a mass-market appeal.

Topics discussed in this episode:

  • David’s background as a Ph.D. student at Berkeley and his thesis entitled ‘œComputer Systems Established, Maintained, and Trusted by Mutually Suspicious Groups’
  • What drove him to work on cryptography and privacy systems
  • His relationship to the early cypherpunk movement
  • David’s contribution to cryptography primitives such as blind signatures, undeniable signatures, group signatures and mixers
  • The story of DigiCash and how the company was founded
  • The idea behind Cyberbucks and why the company ultimately went bankrupt
  • Cryptocurrency adoption as a chicken-and-egg problem
  • David’s personal views and practices with regards to online privacy
  • His thoughts on the blockchain space today and his views on the future of the industry
  • His current project, Elixxir, a messaging and payment app which protects users’ data and metadata

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This episode is hosted by Sebastien Couture & Friederike Ernst. Show notes and listening options: epicenter.tv/304


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David Chaum: The Forefather of Cryptocurrencies and the Cypherpunk Movement

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CipherTrace Enters Race to Solve Crypto’s FATF Compliance Headache

CipherTrace has rolled out software for sharing sensitive customer information under the FATF’s new “travel rule” for global crypto exchanges.
Source: coindesk
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Dapp Data Site DappRadar Raises $2.33 Million From Naspers, Blockchain.com

DappRadar tracks over 2,500 dapp projects on multiple blockchains inclduing ethereum, EOS, tron, and the loom network.
Source: coindesk
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Leadership Shakeup at Wasabi Wallet as Bitcoin Business Surges

Ficsor, co-founder of the firm behind the privacy-centric Wasabi Wallet, is stepping down from his role as CTO.
Source: coindesk
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Telegram’s privacy features: What it means for Hong Kong protesters

Telegram’s privacy features have been on the radar ever since the activists in Hong Kong began using the social networking app for coordinating the protests.  It was in July when the cloud-based instant messaging service, Telegram, witnessed a surge in installations in Hong Kong. Soon, it was realized that the one hundred and ten thousand […]
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We Are Witnessing The Erosion Of Faith In The Economy

Stocks were little changed on Friday as investors took a breather following a wild month of trading and Trump tweeting (nowadays they seem to go hand in hand). kreatikar / Pixabay The equity market entered the week in an oversold condition. Eight of the eleven S&P sectors were oversold, with four of the eight coming […]
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