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In our quest to focus on the Cannabis industry this month Dave Mitchell joins us tonight to talk about SecretLuxuryBunkers.com the Construction and availability Then we shift gears into what is his number one customer the medical marijuana industry and their need to secure their cash and products from robbers legal and illegal due to their exclusion from the banking industry. We are also making efforts to bring the Cannabis industry into Cryptocurrencies and we talk a little about that as well.
In wrapping up my discussion of Tezos with CTO Arthur Breitman, the theme of “Trust: where and how much to bestow it” is central enough to make it the theme of the episode, though we cover a lot of other aspects of Tezos and blockchain tech in general with a bit more technical depth than the last episode.
Bumper music: Rocket Power by Kevin MacLeod.
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.
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
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:
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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Anyone who has ever started a company knows just how tedious that process that can be. Whether it’s establishing a shareholder’s agreement, defining the company’s constitutional structure, raising funds, or transferring shares, corporate governance procedures remain largely paper-based, requiring validation from multiple stakeholders, and their lawyers. Blockchain technologies, and specifically smart contracts, provide the rails upon which these processes can be digitized and streamlined, reducing operational costs, eliminating errors and automating menial tasks.
Tonight we talk with our guests Frank Bacon and Cannabis Activist Jodi James about the intersection of Crypto Currencies and Cannabis, a recent Florida Bill regarding use of Bitcoin in crime and the Florida Cannabis Cartel AKA buddies of the state.
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In Brief: Tokenizing fiat currency in a way that is compatible with our existing financial infrastructure and legislation is no easy feat. The consequences however reach across the entirety of industry, the economy, and society.
Nick Addison is the CTO of AgriDigital, an agricultural finance company first covered in episode 45 of TER. As part of his work at AgriDigital, Nick is researching ways to port the existing financial infrastructure into the blockchain age. It?’?s not easy, but as the inventory of tools grows, so do the number of possible solutions to the problems Nick has uncovered.In this episode we look at a prospective architecture for a Digital Australian Dollar (DAD), the problems with implementing that architecture and the consequences of making such a transition. It?’?s a great tour through the solution space of today.
Tonight we talk with Mike Eymer about his ground floor start up in Cannabis tourism. Mike had the foresight to set this up before legalization of marijuana in Colorado even took effect. Now his business Colorado Cannabis Tours is not only thriving during the green rush but expanding to Las Vegas and beyond.The second hour a former Mycelium employee drops the dirt on Mycelium :)Just kidding Scrooge McAltcoin drops a few funny lines about Mycelium and much more.