In this episode, I talk to Matt Odell about going beyond the baseline Bitcoin protocol, from privacy best practice to Lightning.
In this episode, Josh and I discuss Polo getting rekt on their $400 million Poloniex purchase, other news, and my frustration with Lightning.
In this episode, Josh and I cover an absolute deluge of news. From two big things from the IRS, to announcements by the CFTC, SEC, and others, to Libra nonsense, and just about every major exchange has something going on. We cover as much as we can in this week’s show.
In this episode, I talk to Philippe Bekhazi, the CEO and Co-founder of XBTO, and CEO of Stablehouse. XBTO was one of the earliest trading parties on CME and Bakkt, and Phil is involved in a lot of different crypto activities.
In this episode, Josh and I discuss technicals and fundamentals of Bitcoin, and whether or not it means we have just entered a new bear market.
In this episode, Josh and I do a quick review of price and dig into a bunch of news that’s out between bitcoin, ethereum, etf stuff, and exchanges.
Don’t expect bitcoin ETF approval in October, but it is the final deadline for the two current proposals. But that doesn’t mean the end of ETF hopes. I talk to Jake about this and much more.
In this episode, Josh and I talk about market sentiment, legacy market impacts on Bitcoin, some technical indicators we use for targets, and news of the week.
I’ve talked about the concept of Zombie tokens before, primarily in podcasts (my own and some guest appearances). The premise of the zombie token is that there are hundreds (or thousands) of tokens with far too little liquidity to even consider selling in significant quantity, and therefore they are dead despite carrying some value. Bendik […]
Is bitcoin highly correlated to other legacy asset classes? Is it risk on or risk off? tl;dr: we don’t know. More-so, there are several types of correlations to consider. It’s not simple, and it’s playing out live — as we are seeing some of the most severe risk-centric behavior in legacy markets in years.