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Crypto 101: The Average Consumers Guide To Cryptocurrency

Crypto 101: The Average Consumers Guide To Cryptocurrency

Sebastiian & Matthew Oliveira - Eternity (Copyright Free Music) Copyright Free music , Use without limitations. Subscribe for more Copyright FREE Music: Johannes Brahms - Lullaby: Good evening, good night (Op. 49, No. 4) Umbra Feat. SalBerkmin by FortyThr33 Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported CC BY 3.0 Music promoted by Audio Library pretending you care by autumn keys Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported CC BY-SA 3.0 Music promoted by Audio Library l u v t e a (acoustic revisit) by autumn keys Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported CC BY-SA 3.0 Music promoted by Audio Library Happy Life by FREDJI Music promoted by Audio Library Copyright 2017 Matthew Aaron All Rights Reserved Continue reading >>

Listen Free To Crypto 101 On Iheartradio Podcasts | Iheartradio

Listen Free To Crypto 101 On Iheartradio Podcasts | Iheartradio

Ep. 283 - DeFi, Oracles, and the New Cross-Chain pTokens w/ Thomas Bertani In this episode of CRYPTO 101, brought to you by eToro, we sit down Thomas Bertani, President of Poseidon Group, and founder of Provable and Eidoo. If you are a lover of all things DeFi, then this episode is definitely for you! We discuss the brand new pTokens that are being launched, and why they are set to become a critical part of crypto infrastructure. We also address one of the biggest problems that the blockchain space faces ... Read more Ep. 282 - Behind the Scenes w/ One of Crypto's Biggest Trader, Blockfills This is Bryce's new favorite episode, Cryptnation.Today on CRYPTO 101, brought to you by eToro, we sit down with Neil Van Huis, Partner and Director of Trading and Sales at Blockfills. Blockfills is one of the largest active traders of cryptocurrency. We break down the role of the ever-elusive market maker, Neils craziest day of trading Bitcoin, all things China vs. U.S.A., asset-backed cryptoassets, OTC markets, and predi... Read more Whats burning, CryptNation? In The Weekly Fire, Bryce and PizzaMind recap the most important events of the week, and give you a piece of their mind. As always, we cover this weeks hottest topics, cryptos most burning questions, and get into some heated debates. Recurring Show Segments: Hot or Not, Smoke and Mirrors, Fire Tweets, and Scorched Earth. Hot or Not is a quick look at the biggest winners and losers from l... Read more Ep. 281 - LiquidApps: The Missing Link, w/ CEO & co-founder Beni Hakak In this episode of CRYPTO 101, brought to you by eToro, we sit down Beni Hakak, co-founder and CEO of LiquidApps. He was also a top 5 EOS block producer at LiquidEOS, and shares a ton of insight into mining vs. staking, and delegated proof-of-stake vs. proof Continue reading >>

Listen To Crypto 101: The Average Consumers Guide To Cryptocurrency Podcast

Listen To Crypto 101: The Average Consumers Guide To Cryptocurrency Podcast

53 - Rerelease: What Is Disrtributed Ledger And Blockchain w/ Isaac Arthur SFIA 52 - The Power of Crypto! Getting Money to the People Who Need It w/ CRYPTO 101 Listener Samuel Belay 51 - Commentary/Rant #11: Bitcoin Scaling, The Media, and Twitter Technical Analysis Dudes 50 - Are ICOs Bulls**t? w/ Pete Woodard of IBC Consulting Group 47 - CRYPTO 101 listeners Ben Humphris and James Nixon Share Their Trading Experiences 46 - Imagine Owning a % of your Favorite Song w/ Stone Temple Pilots Manager Steve Stewart VEZT 45 - (Rerelease) Trading Terms And Strategies 43 - Claudio Perlini CEO of Boul: What is Democracy on the Blockchain 42 - CEO SyncFab Jeremy Goodwin: What are IPOs and ICOs & Supplychain Blockchain 40 - Meet Fellow Crypto101 Listener: Job Plas 39 - Commentary/Rant #9: My Week in Trading, My Thoughts on Bitcoin 2X, Vericoin Weekly Update 37 - Jon Jones: Litecoin Charlie Lee Event Co-organizer: How to organize crypto events 35 - Interview with Jessie Leimgruber of Bloom: Ethereum Based Credit Scoring 34 - James Lovejoy Lead Developer of Vertcoin (VTC) 33 - Condolences To Las Vegas: Can Blockchain Technology Make Guns Safer 32 - Interview w/ Douglas Pike: Lead Developer/Founder Verium & Vericoin 30 - Commentary/Rant #8: Types of Haters in the Crypto World 29 - Where to Check Coin Prices in Real Time 27 - Commentary/Rant #7: China FUD - Why Not To Worry 24 - What is Lite Coin (LTC) & Who is Charlie Lee? 23 - Commentary/Rant #5: NEO WTF & Don't have #FOFU Fear of F***ing Up 20 - Commentary/Rant #4: OAX, Binance, Altcoins Marketing Deficit and Blockchain Manifesto Part 1 19 - What is Distributed Ledger, Cryptocurrency, & Blockchain w/ Isaac Arthur 17 - Kraken: Free Euro, Canadian Dollar and Yen Deposits 16 - Who Is Vitalik Buterin? Co-Founder and Inventor of Ethereu Continue reading >>

Keep Your Cryptocurrency And Use Salt To Finance Your Expenses

Keep Your Cryptocurrency And Use Salt To Finance Your Expenses

TOPICS: Blockchain Cryptocurrency financing SALT Posted By: Bolton Flautt February 22, 2018 I was listening to a podcast station the last two nights called CRYPTO 101 The Average Consumers Guide to Cryptocurrency where these two guys Matthew Aaron and Kyle Finely and a charming young woman Elyse Lam gave a very informative and easy to understand explanation of Bitcoin, cryptocurrency, blockchain, Coinbase, and GDAX. I wholeheartedly recommend listening to their podcasts to come up the curve on this fascinating new technology. Anyway, the whole reason for this article is to introduce you to SALT Lending Platform, which is the first asset-backed lending platform to give blockchain asset holders access to liquidity without them having to sell their tokens. Please do not overcomplicate this business model, as I like to do, because they do just what they sound like and give you cash in the form of a loan with your cryptocurrency as the collateral so, you do not have to sell your Bitcoins, Ethereum, LiteCoin, or any other tokens you own. Think of all the applications for this type of business model that are already in place in our society. Consumers get loans for everything nowadays. When you want to buy a house, you get a loan from Wells Fargo or Bank of America or any one of the other thousands of lenders out there, and it is based on your credit rating. SALT has no interest in your credit rating, but rather your portfolio of cryptocurrencies, which is used as collateral. Once you pay back your loan, you get your tokens back. They have a very informative, elevator-speech type of video on their website that lays out the business plan of SALT in about a minute and a half, so you will not get bored and fall asleep. How about starting a small business, which is the Great Ameri Continue reading >>

Berkeley Considering Launching Own Cryptocurrency As Part Of Trump Resistance.

Berkeley Considering Launching Own Cryptocurrency As Part Of Trump Resistance.

Future Tense is a partnership of Slate , New America , and Arizona State University that examines emerging technologies, public policy, and society. The Silicon Valleyadjacent city of Berkeley, California, is considering launching its own cryptocurrency in order to establish more financial independence from the Trump administration. Business Insider first reported Wednesday that the city could become the first in the nation to hold an initial coin offering (ICO), the process through which cryptocurrency tokens are distributed in exchange for investments. By attracting investors through an ICO, the city would hope to raise funds to assist in efforts combatting homelessness and its affordable housing shortage. Theres also a chance residents could use these coins for goods and services in the city, although that might be a challenge as businesses like Stripe and Steam have been unable to use cryptocurrencies for payments in the past. The coins would be backed by municipal bonds, a security that local governments issue in order to pay for public projects. The city government would effectively use blockchain technologya public, encrypted ledger that keeps track of transactions and underlies cryptocurrencies like bitcointo distribute bonds. Although cryptocurrencies are known for their wildly fluctuating prices, officials hope that this use of bonds will discourage the speculation that often leads to sudden spikes and dips. ICOs have a less-than-stellar reputation at the moment. The largely unregulated sector has allegedly allowed accused scammers to take advantage of amateur crypto investors with Ponzi schemes, unrealistic promises, and other types of fraud. However, Berkeley officials seem to hope the institutional backing of municipal bonds will bestow their ICO with legi Continue reading >>

Zcash - Team

Zcash - Team

Zooko has more than 20 years of experience in open, decentralized systems, cryptography and information security, and startups. He is recognized for his work on DigiCash, Mojo Nation, ZRTP, Zooko's Triangle, Tahoe-LAFS, BLAKE2, and SPHINCS. He is also the Founder of Least Authority . He sometimes blogs about health science . He tweets a lot. Eli is a Professor at the Computer Science Department at Technion - Israel Institute of Technology. His research includes the theory (math), implementation, and applications of proof systems, including Zero Knowledge (ZK) and Probabilistically Checkable Proofs. As part of this effort he co-founded the Succinct Computational Integrity and Privacy Research (SCIPR) Lab, members of which built the ZK system used by the academic version of Zerocash. Alessandro is a faculty member in Computer Science at UC Berkeley. He received his bachelor and doctoral degrees from MIT, and works in theoretical computer science and computer security. His research includes theoretical foundations, practical implementations, and applications of succinct zero knowledge proofs. He has co-founded SCIPR Lab (a cross-institution lab focusing on cryptographic proofs) and is a lead author of libsnark, a C++ library for zkSNARK proofs. Christina is a Cryptography and Computer Science PhD student at Johns Hopkins University. Her research interests are in cryptographic implementations and privacy, and her most recent work is on decentralized anonymous e-cash and credentials, including Zerocoin. She has served on numerous committees, including the Workshop on Bitcoin Research 2015 and USENIX Workshop on Offensive Technologies in 2015. Matthew is an Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute and award-winning researcher. He has been largely r Continue reading >>

Step 2: Gemini Exchange 101 W/ Dani Amsalem

Step 2: Gemini Exchange 101 W/ Dani Amsalem

Sebastiian & Matthew Oliveira - Eternity (Copyright Free Music) Copyright Free music , Use without limitations. Subscribe for more Copyright FREE Music: Johannes Brahms - Lullaby: Good evening, good night (Op. 49, No. 4) Umbra Feat. SalBerkmin by FortyThr33 Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported CC BY 3.0 Music promoted by Audio Library pretending you care by autumn keys Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported CC BY-SA 3.0 Music promoted by Audio Library l u v t e a (acoustic revisit) by autumn keys Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported CC BY-SA 3.0 Music promoted by Audio Library Happy Life by FREDJI Music promoted by Audio Library Copyright 2017 Matthew Aaron All Rights Reserved Continue reading >>

Gold-backed Cryptocurrency Directory

Gold-backed Cryptocurrency Directory

Gold-Backed Cryptocurrency a complete list In 2017 the price of Bitcoin reached parity with gold (by ounce) which grabbed the attention of gold investors around the world. With the current Bitcoin mania there has been a surge in interest with the concept of gold-backed cryptocurrencies. The idea of a gold digital currency has always had an appeal for those looking for an alternative payment system. Not long after the internet went mainstream E-Gold emerged as first digital currency backed entirely by gold in 1995. At its peak, millions of people around the world were using this service until it was shut down. Other attempts to make a digital gold currency were also made, but this was before the age of Bitcoin and Blockchain technology. Now with Blockchain established as a secure accounting method, and with Bitcoin becoming better known to the general public, a new era of gold-backed cryptocurrency is emerging. There is a proverbial (or is it a literal) gold rush happening now in the crypto world, and even countries are looking to issue their own gold-based cryptocurrency . The basic concept is certainly compelling. A token or coin is issued that represents a value of gold (for example 1 gram of gold equals 1 coin). The gram of gold is stored by the coin issuer, and can be traded with other coin holders. At a minimum the price of the coin will always equal the current gold rate. If the cryptocurrency becomes popular then the price of the coin can potentially increase in value, greater than the value of gold. If the cryptocurrency doesnt take off then the value remains as the value of the gram of gold. Its like a built in stop-loss. There of course many risks as well. While the blockchain accounts for the coins, accounting for physical stored gold is another matter. In t Continue reading >>

Pod|fanatic | Podcast: Crypto 101: The Average Consumers Guide To Cryptocurrency | Episode: Bittrex

Pod|fanatic | Podcast: Crypto 101: The Average Consumers Guide To Cryptocurrency | Episode: Bittrex

Podcast: CRYPTO 101: the average consumers guide to cryptocurrency *** this is not financial or legal advice***Who is Bittrex?What are the pros and cons? Find out on Crypto 101.Bittrex Tutorial: @crypto__101Tumblr: crypto101.tumblr.comFacebook Group: Crypto101Kimcoin.comMusic: Copyright 2017 Matthew Aaron All Rights Reserved Click here to play "Bittrex" in browser Users who viewed this episode also viewed... CRYPTO 101: the average consumers guide to cryptocurrency > Interview w/ Douglas Pike: Lead Developer/Founder Verium & Vericoin *** this is not financial or legal advice***What is Verium (VRM) and Vericoin (VRC)? Who is Douglas (call me Doug) Pike the creator of an innovative cryptocurrency? Find out in this episode of CRYPTO101: The Average Consumers Guide to CryptocurrencyTwitter: @crypto__101YouTube: CRYPTO 101 w/ Matthew AaronIG: Crypto_101Blogs: crypto101... CRYPTO 101: the average consumers guide to cryptocurrency > Coinbase *** this is not financial or legal advice***Are you wanting to buy your first Bitcoin and wondering about Coinbase? Listen to this podcast for the scoops on CoinbaseCopyright 2017 Matthew Aaron All Rights Reserved Continue reading >>

The Boy Genius Behind The $28.5 Billion Cryptocurrency Ethereum

The Boy Genius Behind The $28.5 Billion Cryptocurrency Ethereum

The Boy Genius Behind the $28.5 Billion Cryptocurrency Ethereum Buterin is a big player in the hacker-style financial revolution. There are tonsof twentysomething entrepreneurs all over the world, undoubtedly coding up the Next Big Thing this very moment. Unlike most men his age -- or any age, for that matter -- Buterin, 23, has invented a new kind of money , called Ethereum . It's currently worth $28.5 billion in total, growing all the time (with the occasional plunge to keep things interesting). Ethereum is a cryptocurrency like Bitcoin, made up of digital tokens called ether. As with all cryptocurrencies, people are primarily using it as a speculative investment asset. Buterin was born in Russia and raised in Canada, but these days his home base isZug, Switzerland, where the EthereumFoundation is located. Buterinserves as chief scientist and leads the Foundation's research team, according to its website. (Buterindid not return a request for comment.) For the crypto-impaired,Buterin'sinventiondiffers from Bitcoin in a few key ways.For starters, Ethereumacts as a decentralized computing system for all kinds of applications, allowing key data to be recorded on the blockchain. (The point of using a blockchain instead of a normal database is that no one can unilaterally make changes; consensus has to be established across the entire network.)Ethereum's existence is largely responsible for the recent surge of ICOs , some of which have raised hundreds of millions of dollars. And unlike the creatorof Bitcoin-- whowasan unknown person or group of peoplegoing by the nameSatoshi Nakamoto--Buterin is very much present. He attends conferences and maintains a lively Twitter presence. Not that Buterin isn't enigmatic and eccentric in his own right.Word on the street is that Buteri Continue reading >>

Matthew Aaron | Crypto 101 Journalist | Muck Rack

Matthew Aaron | Crypto 101 Journalist | Muck Rack

Muck Rack makes it simple to find people, tweets, or articles that mention any name, keyword, company, hashtag etc. We've compiled this guide to help you make the most of your search. Start searching tweets, articles from media outlets, articles mentioned in tweets, journalists' names, titles and bios with some suggested searches: Companies or Topics (e.g. iPhone, Microsoft) Phrases (e.g. "cloud computing") use quotes to keep the terms together Twitter handles (e.g. @username) returns those who have mentioned or replied to given user Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father) Muck Rack's Advanced Search allows for many boolean operators. Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or +. For example, ensure each result contains both Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg by searching Musk AND Zuckerberg or Musk + Zuckerberg. Use the operators OR or , to broaden your search when you'd like either of multiple terms to appear in results. (This is the default behavior of our search when no operators are used). For example, results will contain either cake or cookie by searching cake OR cookie or cake,cookie Use NOT or - to subtract results from your search. For example, searching Disney will yield results about the Walt Disney Company as well as Walt Disney World Resort. To exclude mentions of Disney World, search for Disney -World or Disney NOT World. When using one of these operators with a phrase, enclose it in quotation marks. For example, you can find results about smartphones excluding Apple's iPhone 4S by searching smartphone -"iPhone 4s". If you're searching for a brand name or keyword that relies on specific punctuation marks or capitalization, you can find results that match your exact query by adding matchcase: before the keyword you're searching for, like Continue reading >>

Regulation, Taxation Loom Over Crypto Investors

Regulation, Taxation Loom Over Crypto Investors

Regulation, Taxation Loom Over Crypto Investors Nov 30, 2017 at 13:00 UTC|UpdatedNov 30, 2017 at 14:35 UTC The legacy of the W.J. Howey Company lives on, though not in a way the owners of the Florida citrus grove would have likely envisioned. Seven decades after its legal battles with the SEC, the company has been enshrined with near legendary status in the cryptocurrency space, as the investment contract test every initial coin offering token is being judged by. "Many of us lawyers studied this Howey case when we were in law school, and we couldn't have, in our wildest dreams, imagined going into a room like this where it could be recited like it's the Pledge of Allegiance," joked Lewis Cohen, a partner with Hogan Lovells, during a legal panel Tuesday at Consensus: Invest in New York. As the world of cryptocurrencies and ICOs continues to race ahead, the lingering questions the test elicits in the ICO community about how these tokens will fit within existing legal and regulatory frameworks remains the elephant in the room. Perhaps the most pressing question is whether there is a distinction to be made between tokens that function as securities and those that have a broader utility for a future platform. In that regard, the Simple Agreement for Future Tokens ( SAFT ) framework, which sought to advance the dialogue of what a two-tiered token sale that separates the primary and secondary markets might look like, has received a good deal of optimism. But yesterday at the conference, multiple speakers poured cold water on the concept and suggested a return to the drawing board. Matthew Roszak, co-founder and chairman of blockchain startup Bloq, said: "I'm not a huge fan of [SAFT]. I think trying to hermetically seal that pre-ICO financing is not as democratized and open as Continue reading >>

Crypto 101: The Average Consumers Guide To Cryptocurrency

Crypto 101: The Average Consumers Guide To Cryptocurrency

53 - Rerelease: What Is Disrtributed Ledger And Blockchain w/ Isaac Arthur SFIA 52 - The Power of Crypto! Getting Money to the People Who Need It w/ CRYPTO 101 Listener Samuel Belay 51 - Commentary/Rant #11: Bitcoin Scaling, The Media, and Twitter Technical Analysis Dudes 50 - Are ICOs Bulls**t? w/ Pete Woodard of IBC Consulting Group 47 - CRYPTO 101 listeners Ben Humphris and James Nixon Share Their Trading Experiences 46 - Imagine Owning a % of your Favorite Song w/ Stone Temple Pilots Manager Steve Stewart VEZT 45 - (Rerelease) Trading Terms And Strategies 43 - Claudio Perlini CEO of Boul: What is Democracy on the Blockchain 42 - CEO SyncFab Jeremy Goodwin: What are IPOs and ICOs & Supplychain Blockchain 40 - Meet Fellow Crypto101 Listener: Job Plas 39 - Commentary/Rant #9: My Week in Trading, My Thoughts on Bitcoin 2X, Vericoin Weekly Update 37 - Jon Jones: Litecoin Charlie Lee Event Co-organizer: How to organize crypto events 35 - Interview with Jessie Leimgruber of Bloom: Ethereum Based Credit Scoring 34 - James Lovejoy Lead Developer of Vertcoin (VTC) 33 - Condolences To Las Vegas: Can Blockchain Technology Make Guns Safer 32 - Interview w/ Douglas Pike: Lead Developer/Founder Verium & Vericoin 30 - Commentary/Rant #8: Types of Haters in the Crypto World 29 - Where to Check Coin Prices in Real Time 27 - Commentary/Rant #7: China FUD - Why Not To Worry 24 - What is Lite Coin (LTC) & Who is Charlie Lee? 23 - Commentary/Rant #5: NEO WTF & Don't have #FOFU Fear of F***ing Up 20 - Commentary/Rant #4: OAX, Binance, Altcoins Marketing Deficit and Blockchain Manifesto Part 1 19 - What is Distributed Ledger, Cryptocurrency, & Blockchain w/ Isaac Arthur 17 - Kraken: Free Euro, Canadian Dollar and Yen Deposits 16 - Who Is Vitalik Buterin? Co-Founder and Inventor of Ethereu Continue reading >>

After Run At $10,000, Bitcoin Resumes Downtrend

After Run At $10,000, Bitcoin Resumes Downtrend

After run at $10,000, bitcoin resumes downtrend Analyst: As the market grows, regulatory scrutiny is to be expected The price for bitcoin opened higher Monday, and well off Fridays low, as the worlds No. 1 cryptocurrency looked to claw back some recent losses. However, after making a run at the $10,000 mark early Monday, bitcoin slumped back into the red. A single bitcoin BTCUSD, -0.87% recently changed hands at $8,990.79, down 5.7% on the day. Bitcoin dropped about 20% last week , with analysts blaming the selloff in part on regulatory worries, such as a Wednesday warning on crypto-trading platforms from the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Peoples Bank of China also sounded downbeat on digital currencies last week. Zhou Xiaochuanthe central banks governorsaid Friday that Beijing does not recognize bitcoin and other virtual currencies as legitimate forms of payment, according to a Reuters report . Need to Know: The most dangerous threat of 2018 and why we need to slay the beast Cryptocurrencies are still in the early stages of development, said Matthew Newton, an analyst at eToro, which offers a crypto-trading platform, in a recent note. As the market grows, regulatory scrutiny is to be expected. Appropriate regulation should ultimately help promote best practice and afford protection to the consumer. Other major cryptocurrencies started the week in the red. Ether is down 3% at $700.47, Bitcoin Cash is off 7.8% at $1,051.42, Litecoin is down 4.4% at $180.13 and Ripple is at $0.80, down 3.7%, according to news and research firm CoinDesk. On Monday, futures markets drifted lower. The Cboe Global Markets March contract US:XBTH8 closed down 3.1% to $8,855, while the CME Group Inc. March contract US:BTCH8 finished at $8910, down 1.2% Continue reading >>

Reviews Of Crypto 101: The Average Consumers Guide To Cryptocurrency On Podbay

Reviews Of Crypto 101: The Average Consumers Guide To Cryptocurrency On Podbay

Interesting and valuable knowledge for the Cryto Space. Easy to digest and to understand Hands down dopest podcast. So much info In a slow funnel that helps you learn without overwhelming you. Each episode helps guide you into blockchain and crypto world. Allowing you to make a easy start, by giving you the best knowledge of options so you can make good decisions (or bad decisions sometimes) all by yourself. But feeling comfortable in this space is what this podcast does. Great job dude! Back to basics and a beginners guide to the cryptoverse I highly recommend this podcast to anyone interested in getting into crypto, or those of us who have already been in for awhile. Great show, great message, and plenty of helpful tips to jot down. Keep it up team! Thank you ladies. So nice to hear your thoughts. Excellent points from all. I'm very interested in the Xcel file(checklist). Didn't see a link. I do understand if you don't want to share your work with everyone. I'll keep listening. Thanks again I am new to the crypto space since early January 2018. Matthew is excellent to listen to and explains the new world of crypto in easy to understand terms. Great interviews and content. I eagerly look forward to every upcoming podcast. Great Job! Keep up the good work! Thanks for putting this podcast out there for us. I didnt know much about cryptocurrency and this podcast has both opened my eyes and presented other doors to explore in the crypto/mining community. Also digging the music choices you have guests select. Keep it going! Many of us are so new at crypto. I know the equities market, and understand investing....but the digital coin market is so weird because there is nothing tangible. (At least until its converted back to fiat) and we also dont have decades to look back on Continue reading >>

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