The Tatiana Show Ep. 206 Arry Yu

The Tatiana Show Ep. 206 Arry Yu

My first time in Seattle was made better by having an amazing opportunity to talk to the local Blockchain community about my work in music, activism, and crytpo. My friend Arry Yu and I sit down to talk about how this technology is affecting the Pacific Northwest, what advantages there are to the region, community growth and impact, as well as for a new podcast with her husband, Dae.

About the Guests:

Arry Yu is the founding Chair of the Cascadia Blockchain Council and Board Member with the Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA). She also serves as the Managing Director of Yellow Umbrella Ventures advising and investing in technology companies with six companies in their portfolio to date. Her focus is on PR and Strategy for Yellow Umbrella’s clients.

An innovator, inventor and writer, she is widely published: Forbes, CNN Money, Huffington Post, U.S. News & World Report, Puget Sound Business Journal, Geekwire, Retailing Today, and Seattle Times. Additionally, over the years, Arry has worked regularly with both investors and development across four continents to launch both SaaS and consumer products.

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Bitcoin Security and Ethics with Neha Narula – WBD125

Bitcoin Security and Ethics with Neha Narula – WBD125

‚œI think Proof of Work is very risky, it’s amazing its been working in practice for 10 years.““ Neha Narula

Interview Location: Boston

Interview Date: Thursday 20th June, 2019

Company: MIT’s Digital Currency Initiative

Role: Director

The security of Bitcoin is one of the factors which gives it so much value, and after ten years there still hasn’t been a single counterfeit Bitcoin created, there has never been a successful 51% attack, and the few potentially catastrophic bugs have been fixed without any negative consequences. But how secure is Bitcoin? Is Proof of Work too risky? Can we trust those that are developing Bitcoin to do so with the right ethical judgement?

In this interview, I spoke with Neha Narula, the Director of MIT’s Digital Currency Initiative to talk about these critical issues. We discuss:

  • How the DCI got started

  • Bugs in the Bitcoin protocol

  • Proof of Work being too risky

  • Ethical development on Bitcoin

  • 51% attacks

  • Government controlled crypto

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Jerry Brito: The Case for Electronic Cash in an Open and Free Society

Jerry Brito: The Case for Electronic Cash in an Open and Free Society

We’re joined by Jerry Brito, Executive Director of Coin Center. Having discovered Bitcoin in 2011, Jerry was among the first lawyers to talk about crypto in the U.S. capital. In 2014, he founded Coin Center, a leading research and advocacy center focussing on cryptocurrencies.

In this enlightening conversation, we talk to Jerry about his paper titled ‚œThe Case for Electronic Cash,‘ in which he articulates why private peer-to-peer payments are essential to an open society. We also discuss Libra and the possible regulatory challenges the proposed private cash system may face. Finally, Jerry explains the recent FinCEN guidance on cryptocurrencies, which broadly follows the recommendations of Coin Center.

Topics discussed in this episode:

  • Jerry’s background as a lawyer and his crypto beginnings in D.C.
  • Coin Center, it’s mission and the primary battles which the organization is fighting
  • ‚œThe Case for Electronic Cash‘ paper and why cash is vital for a free and open society
  • The main dysfunctions of cashless societies
  • Jerry’s high-level views on Libra
  • How Libra is different from other cryptocurrencies and electronic payment systems
  • The backlash immediately following the announcement and how it was received by governments
  • Ways in which Libra could be regulated
  • The recent FinCEN guidance and how it affects cryptocurrency users and companies

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The Crypto Show Zcoin’s Reuben Yap On Thailand’s Blockchain Elections, Chain Locks & Stable Coins

The Crypto Show Zcoin’s Reuben Yap On Thailand’s Blockchain Elections, Chain Locks & Stable Coins

We are back and kicking it off with Reuben Yap of Zcoin. Zcoin has been flying under the radar for quite some time. Zcoin appears to be quite an innovative project with a team of Dev’s that are more than willing to work with other projects.Reuben lays out the current Zcoin road map and it’s plans to both share and borrow code from and with other projects. I also want to give a shout out to Zcoin for continuing to support Ross Ulbricht with monthly pay outs as was promised in Oct. 2016 on The Crypto Show.news.bitcoin.com/zcoin-donating-r’lbricht-defense/



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A Conversation with Joel Comm and Gary Leland at Bitcoin 2019

A Conversation with Joel Comm and Gary Leland at Bitcoin 2019

In this episode, recorded at the Bitcoin2019 Conference, Dave and Grahm are joined by Joel Comm of the Bad Crypto Podcast and Gary Leland of Crypto Cousins to discuss everything from Bitcoin, podcasting, regulations, Facebook’s Libra and even a little about the great scooter debate. Enjoy!

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POV Crypto: Truffle – Making Ethereum Sweet with Tim Coulter

POV Crypto: Truffle – Making Ethereum Sweet with Tim Coulter

Tim Coulter, the founder and CEO of Truffle Suite and Trufflecon, comes on to POV Crypto to discuss how he is working to make building on blockchains easier and better.

David digs down into how Tim became passionate about Ethereum and how Tim views Ethereum as a programmable store of value. Christian questions Ethereum’s readiness as a global platform and how blockchain tech is being utilized by large enterprises.

Enjoy this wide ranging conversation with Tim Coulter!‚

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Bitcoin and Cannabis With Bitcoin Mom, Bill and Jack Mallers – WBD124

Bitcoin and Cannabis With Bitcoin Mom, Bill and Jack Mallers – WBD124

Interview Location: Boulder

Interview Date: Sunday 30th June 2019

Company: Zap and Helping Hands Herbals

Role: Founders

The Cannabis industry shares a lot with Bitcoin. It is growing fast under a clouded regulatory position. While at a state level Bitcoin has been legalised either for recreational or medicinal purposes across the majority of the country, it is still illegal at a federal level which has led to problems acquiring banking services for those operating in the industry.

In this interview, I travelled to Boulder to meet up with the Mallers family: Bill, Brooke (Bitcoin Mom) and Jack (Zap), to discuss both Bitcoin and Cannabis. With Brooke and Bill being early investors in Bitcoin, Jack working on his Lightning wallet Zap and the family investing heavily in the cannabis industry, it was an excellent opportunity for me to learn more Bitcoin and cannabis.

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4 Minute Crypto – Was Benjamin Franklin The Bitcoin Miner Of His Day?

4 Minute Crypto – Was Benjamin Franklin The Bitcoin Miner Of His Day?

Benjamin Franklin started printing paper money in 1726, making him arguably, the Bitcoin miner of his time.

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Chain Reaction – Harmony’s Nick White: Mainnet Launch Is The First Step Towards Full Proof-of-Stake and Sharding

Chain Reaction – Harmony’s Nick White: Mainnet Launch Is The First Step Towards Full Proof-of-Stake and Sharding

Host Tom Shaughnessy of Delphi Digital is joined by Nick White, the co-founder of Harmony Protocol.

Harmony is described as a fast and secure blockchain and it leverages a lot of newer tech such as Proof of Stake, Sharding and cross shard communications, granted not all of this tech is fully launched yet.‚

We discuss Harmony’s ultimate goal to create an open infrastructure for the world’s data, a global scale marketplace platform, competition, Harmony’s IEO on binance and so much more.‚

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Disclosures:‚This podcast is strictly informational and educational and is not investment advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any tokens or securities or to make any financial decisions. Do not trade or invest in any project, tokens, or securities based upon this podcast episode. The host may personally own tokens that are mentioned on the podcast.

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