🐇 The FOMO Show Episode 8: Alethia, Bitcoin Bans and Blockchain Bunnies

in #cryptocurrency5 years ago (edited)

While bitcoin money trickles down to altcoins and we see crypto becoming a mainstream talking point, we tackle some of the knock-on effects such as use cases, potential bans and futures.

Along the way we get an update on Joe’s tax portfolio, discuss a bucket of news (including the notorious CryptoKitties), look at a decentralised groceries ICO called INS and have an insightful interview with Kade Morton of Alethia about their decentralised scientific journal publishing platform.

We also get a call from Dan Dan the ICO Man shilling ‘Blockchain Bunnies’, and our intrepid reported Jordan Cronje calls in to vent about the Venezuelan Government stealing his idea for a national cryptocurrency.

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Time Stamps:

00:00 William Wallace Says Decentralise Your Life
00:46 Intro
03:03 Joe's Tax Return Update
04:02 A Blockchain Christmas?
05:31 News: Everyone is talking about Bitcoin
07:33 News: Cryptokitties
11:46 News: Chia ICO
14:17 News: ECB calls blockchain an 'Alleged Innovation'
18:29 News: White House is 'Monitoring' the Bitcoin Situation
18:38 News: Venezuala is (actually) creating a national Cryptocurrency
19:04 News: Nicehash gets hacked for $64 million
21:04 News: 3d printed wifi compatible devices
24:08 Discussion: What is 'Usefulness' in Crypto?
30:31 Dan Dan the ICO Man: Blockchain Bunnies
33:39 Tool of the Week: Coin Market Cal
36:21 Bitcoin Bans and Bitcoin Futures
43:43 What are Futures?
50:12 Crypto of the Week: INS Platform
65:29 Jordan Cronje
69:10 Decentralise Your Life: Alethia
99:56 Wrap Up
101:44 Outtakes

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