Feb 26, 2020
From 2012 to 2014, Bitcoin Magazine produced 22 print issues covering the burgeoning technology, its budding culture and potential impact. This week, Colin and Peter revisit some of those stories with updates, reflections and new commentary.
The Stories of Bitcoin Magazine Revisited:
Feb 24, 2020
In this episode, Dave Hollerith speaks with Coinfloor's Obi Nwosu and Blockstack's Muneeb Ali, two leaders who have run companies in the community since 2013.
Coinfloor is the U.k.'s largest cryptocurrency exchange while Blockstack is a developer platform and network trying to build a new internet.
Feb 19, 2020
As the world's most robust open-source digital ledger, Bitcoin has encouraged several corporations to fund the development of tools that can be accessed and leveraged by anyone. In this week's episode, Colin and Peter discuss this intersection of corporate self-interest and technical altruism.
Feb 17, 2020
“I’ve come to believe charity depends on finding those people who can truly execute on the ground, those real-life angels. Bitcoin is one of the best things for these people because they can work with it. They are completely transparent, they don’t have to go through any of the financial hoops. Most of all, they...
Feb 12, 2020
In this week's episode, Colin and Peter evaluate Bitcoin's history as a technology that enables charitable giving. They discuss its effectiveness in response to natural disasters, the Bitcoin community's self-interested benevolence and the blockchain's prowess for facilitating a better kind...