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HODL That Thought Podcast #12: Crypto revitalizes dead towns

Adam Smith 20 June 2018 NEWS

Graham shares how crypto mining is revitalizing small towns, Liz tells us about Ripple trying to woo the next generation of traders and we learn which tech mogul is bullish on Bitcoin. Plus, a new app forces us to get off our lazy backsides. All this and a protracted discussion about falconry!

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Shownotes

Moving the Needle

  • 1:54 – Woz wacky for Bitcoin
  • 5:25 – Ripple makes inroads with the next generation
  • 7:57 – Blockchain for your health

Craptocurrency

  • 17:23 – McAfee for president?
  • 22:46 – Australia’s first crypto town
  • 24:02 – Ghost towns come back to life

Are You Broke Yet?

  • 27:49 – Adam explains the new format

Decrypted

  • 36:11 – A new app makes us get outside for some fresh air and tiny, tiny crypto rewards

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