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Tatiana interviews Will Madden of bridge21.
–“An Original Performance by Tatiana Moroz”
–“The Problems with Money Transmitting”
–“The Conspiracy of Compliance”
–“Have Banks Taken Advantage of Blockchain Yet?”
About the Guest:
-Will (founder and CEO of bridge21, a web- and mobile-based service that lets you send and store money in any currency) is a financial services veteran who has built payments, prepaid, and remittance products that operate today in over 150 countries. He’s been fascinated with cryptocurrency since learning about it in late 2010.
Here’s another scarce early 1950’s World’s Finest Comics cover for your enjoyment!
In honor of The Masters golf tournament being played in Augusta, Georgia this weekend, here’s Action Comics #99 (1946) featuring a golf cover. Enjoy!
Brock Pierce joins us the first hour for several Bitcoin related topics including his recently launched and successful ICO. Brock also shares his opinions about the ongoing scaling debate in Bitcoin.Second hour Niel Schloss CFO of CannaScense.com an online collective that promises to deliver medicinal cannabis legally to all 50 states in the US via the Compassionate Care Act and Telemedicine of the Affordable Care Act. You can find a link to it at TheCryptoShow.com
Here’s a terrific WWII cover by the great Alex Schomburg. This issue of Black Terror #5 was published in 1944. Enjoy!
On Today’s Episode
Adam is interviewed about token.fm on the pilot episode of “Art on the Blockchain” with DJ $crilla and IP Attorney Cynthia Gayton
Shownotes:This is Episode 1 of ART ON THE BLOCKCHAIN with your hosts DJ J $crilla and Cynthia Gayton. In this episode we familiarize our listeners with who we are and what our aim is with the podcast. We speak to Adam B. Levine for an hour about tokensizing art, his projects Tokenly and token.fm and much more.
Art on the Blockchain News Discussed:
In this issue of World’s Finest Comics #42 from 1949, the Wyoming Kid started as a regular feature in this title. He made his debut in DC’s Western Comics #1 a year earlier in 1948. Enjoy!
It’s no secret that next to the Golden Age superheroes, my favorite comics were produced by Dell and other publishers for the Walt Disney Company. Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories was the main comic book published for Disney during the … Continue reading
I don’t have many slabbed or pedigree comics; however, this Two-Face cover on Batman #50 is both – graded 3.5 by CGC and a Crowley Pedigree issue. This is a really great cover from the Golden Age. Enjoy!
Hello, welcome to episode 44 of The Bitcoin Game, I’m Rob Mitchell. In today’s episode, Blockstack co-founder Ryan Shea helps me understand what Blockstack is doing to create a decentralized web with local apps, secure DNS, identity anchored to the Blockchain, and more.
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