HODL That Thought Podcast #7: The United Nations of Blockchain with Rupert Hackett, CEO of bitcoin.com.au
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Moving the needle
- 2:33 – India clamps down on crypto
- 4:19 – Tax-paying Americans owe $25 billion in crypto
- 8:31 – Defunct Australian power plant to be recommissioned to power blockchain
- 13:33 – Barclay’s analyst likens rise of bitcoin to spread of flu
- 16:26 – Steven Seagal flees Bitcoiin2Gen
- 19:01 – Reddit analysis finds crypto traders less willing to ride out volatility
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)
- 43:23 – Intro
- 45:03 – Monaco (definition from blockonomi)
- 47:13 – Golem (definition from Coin Central)
- 50:42 – KodakCoin (definition from Kodak)
- 51:29 – SkinCoin (definition from Medium)
- 53:13 – Dentacoin (definition from Dentacoin)
- 54:47 – Stellar Lumens
- 57:24 – Putin Coin (definition from Putin Coin)
- 58:41 – Cthulhu Offerings (definition from Verge)
- 1:00:53 – Eos
- 1:01:51 – Einsteinium
- 1:03:34 – Civic
- 1:04:42 – Salt
- 1:05:29 – Loopring
- 1:06:35 – Alibabacoin (definition from Alibabacoin)
- 1:07:56 – Metal
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