HODL That Thought Podcast #7: The United Nations of Blockchain with Rupert Hackett, CEO of bitcoin.com.au

Posted: 8 May 2018 11:37 pm
In this episode Marc, Adam and Liz talk about India’s clampdown on crypto, power plants being fired up for crypto mining and Steven Seagal’s flight from Bitcoiin2Gen. Also on the podcast we play an interview with Rupert Hackett, CEO of bitcoin.com.au. In the interview Rupert talks about why the United Nations of Blockchain is necessary and the role of regulation in the crypto space moving forward.

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Moving the needle


Tales from the Crypto – Interview with Rupert Hackett, CEO of Bitcoin.com.au

  • 23:39 – Why was the United Nations of Blockchain started?
  • 25:25 – What needs to happen next in Australia and globally in terms of crypto regulation?
  • 28:51 – What are the next steps required for the crypto space to thrive?
  • 31:18 – What are some of the applications of blockchain that will help drive mainstream adoption in the future? Legals and voting
  • 33:47 – Why do we need over-the-counter crypto sales at places like newsagents?

Are you broke yet?

  • 36:50 – Intro
  • 37:18 – Adam
  • 37:55 – Liz
  • 39:10 – Marc

Decrypted (Marc quizzes Adam and Liz about what 15 crypto currencies actually do)


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