Ep 178: Ethereum Hard Fork Funtime, Bitcoin Unlimited Possibilities, Wikileaks Dumps on Clinton

The European Central Bank wants more regulations on cryptocurrencies. The Deutsche Bank saga thickens. Wikileaks shows Hillary Clinton’s plans to “covertly” invade Syria. UK’s spy agency has been illegally operating for 17 years. Ethereum ain’t afraid of no fork. Bitcoin Unlimited gets some major support. Netflix releases documentary on mass incarceration and slave labor in the U.S.

All this and more on Neocash Radio episode 178 here on Wednesday October 19th, 2016!

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Roger Ver discusses Bitcoin Unlimited on Neocash Radio
We’ve also got a special bonus episode this Friday: we interview Bitcoin Angel Investor and Bitcoin.com CEO Roger Ver. We discuss how the current Bitcoin block size limit is throttling the Bitcoin network, and how Bitcoin Unlimited could be poised to increase the block size and allow the Bitcoin network to scale.


Traditional Markets Crypto Markets
Gold $1268.90 Bitcoin (BTC) $630
Silver $17.65 Litecoin (LTC) $3.80
Oil $51.43 Ethereum (ETH) $12.00
Dow Jones 18,202 points DASH $10.40
30Y UST Yield 2.52% Monero (XMR) $3.816
STEEM $0.234
AMP $0.171
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Episode 176 – Lehman had Deutsche Brothers, when debt ruled the world, and Monero’s darknets go dark?

OPEC may cut oil production and it probably won’t matter. Deutsche Bank won’t be bailed out says German Government. India and Pakistan are fighting again. Your tax dollars hard at work: the Pentagon paid a UK PR firm more than half a billion to make propaganda videos. China’s Yuan gets bolstered by the IMF, joins SDR basket. IMF worries over record debt levels of 225% WORLD GDP. The Federal Reserve looks at Ripple for faster payments. CGI Group launches Ripple validator node joining 121 others. Yahoo is a scumbag for handing ALL emails to the government secretly. SingularDTV ICO is sold out in less than 17 minutes. Blockstream anointed Lightning Network has a successful transaction on the testnet. Monero value plummets as Oasis goes offline and AlphaBay pauses transactions to upgrade their Monero daemon. News organizations sue FBI for details on exploit used in San Bernardino iPhone case.

All this and more on episode 176 here on Wednesday, October 5th, 2016!

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Traditional Markets Crypto Markets
Gold $1266.50 Bitcoin (BTC) $612.02
Silver $17.73 Litecoin (LTC) $3.81
Oil $49.70 Ethereum (ETH) $13.14
Dow Jones 18281.03 DASH $12.00
30 Year UST 2.425% Monero (XMR) $6.59
STEEM 0.00068 BTC (~$0.41)
AMP 0.0002932 BTC (~$0.18)
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Episode 175 – Musk wants Mars, Bitcoin Unlimited’s Minimum Viable Hard Fork, Yo dawg I heard you like bad beer

Miller and Budweiser now owned by one massive company. Wells Fargo CEO sentenced to 3 years in prison for banking scandal… just kidding, he was given a slap on the wrist. Facebook is going to help feed into Middle Eastern anger by censoring arab discontent. The Federal Reserve is terrible at economics. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers is going independent. HP ink cartridges will soon have the DRM hacked and a cheap workaround publicized. Bitcoin Unlimited hashrate is on the rise and sights now turn to the Minimum Viable Hard Fork to spin off the main Bitcoin Core chain.The Japanese version of BitPay, called Coincheck, is allowing users to pay their Utility bills with bitcoin. Dash version 12.1 heads to the testnet and heralds some big changes in the coming updates. Fortune magazine covers Vitalik Buterin, twice. To SpaceX and beyond, Musk wants Mars.

We’ve written out short overviews of the topics discussed on today’s show below; be sure to listen in to the whole podcast to get more information, insights, and thoughts on each of them from JJ, Darren, and Randy!

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Upcoming interview with Matt Simon of the Marijuana Policy Project   Marijuana Policy Project
We’ve also got a special bonus episode this Friday: Darren and Randy sit down for a conversation about “The Painful Economics of the War on Drugs” with Matt Simon, New England Political Director and Legislative Analyst for the Marijuana Policy Project!


Traditional Markets
Gold $1322
Silver $19.19
Oil $47.28
Dow Jones 18,339
30 Year UST 2.289%

Crypto Markets
Bitcoin (BTC) $604
Litecoin (LTC) $3.84
Ether (ETH) $13.29
DASH $11.59
Monero (XMR) $9.35
STEEM 0.00084094 btc (~$0.50)
AMP 0.00027450 btc (~$0.16)
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Episode 174 – The Federal Reserve has no exit, Ethereum Devcon 2 & more!

Bayer buys Monsanto with largest all cash deal on record. The New York Police Department has used civil asset forfeiture so much that it’s outdated computer system, allegedly, cannot even calculate the amount. The US government wants Deutsche Bank to pay for the financial crisis of 2008. The Wells Fargo executive in charge of the unit that made headlines with phony bank accounts walks away with a $124.5 Million dollar paycheck. Credit unions are looking more appealing in light of the recent bank scandals. The Federal Reserve has no way out of the terrible bailout strategy. A Federal Judge has ruled Bitcoin is money. The Bank of England and PricewaterhouseCoopers are looking to adopt blockchain technology. Synereo raises 3 million so far with a recently started fundraising campaign. We talk quite a bit about the latest news with Ethereum. Roger Ver’s Bitcoin.com pool mines the first Bitcoin Unlimited block.

All this and more on Neocash Radio episode 174 on September 21st, 2016!

We’ve written out short overviews of the topics discussed on today’s show below; be sure to listen in to the whole podcast to get more information, insights, and thoughts on each of them from JJ, Darren, and Randy!

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Traditional Markets
Gold up $1337
Silver up $19.81
Oil up $45.62
DOW Jones up 18,293
30Y UST down 2.378%

Crypto Markets
Bitcoin (BTC) 597 Down
Litecoin (LTC) 3.77 Down
Dash 11.48 Down
Ether (ETH) 13.36 Up
Monero (XMR) 10.15 Steady
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Episode 101 – Greece Raids Pensions to Pay Debt

A Swiss bank not allowing withdrawals. More than a quarter of student loans being repaid are delinquent. Dogecoin co-founder leaves the crypto-community in a huff. Ripple is in hot water with both users and BitStamp. Greece is heading for a default and upset pensioners. The financial benefits of being beautiful.

 

 

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Episode 97 – Greece Running Out Of Money

Paybase/paycoin is a scam. OTC Bitcoin Asset GBTC goes live. Greece is running out of money and the US is running out of money…. again! Australia looks to tax bank accounts. The EFF and Fred Wilson weigh in on the New York State BitLicense. Convenience stores Seven Eleven Mexico launch a digital currency.

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Episode 93 – Router Back Doors and Net Neutrality

Oil under $50.  BitGo secures quarter of a million bitcoin theft insurance.  Bitcoin foundation elects Olivier Janssens and Jim Harper after a misvote.  The Canadian Media Fund funds a crypto currency MMORPG. Ziftrcoin source code available, network is live.  FCC vote to implement Net Neutrality.  Mega denied service by PayPal, bitcoin may be an answer.  Bank of England compares bitcoin to internet.  Backdoor found in routers produced by ten different companies.  China to implement independent gold trading platform by end of year.

 


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Episode 75 – Sidechains Offer a Bright Future for Bitcoin

The European Central Bank puts euro-zone banks through a stress test. CNET creator Halsey Minor creates a Bitcoin reserve bank. China is back in the bitcoin news. Lamassu Bitcoin Ventures adds compliance features to their Bitcoin Machines. Sidechains and Blockstream create endless opportunities. Apple Pay compared to Bitcoin. The health of the Bitcoin community.


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