UK residents are encouraged to hold onto more cash. A college student has his life savings of $11,000 taken by the DEA and not charged with a crime. The first movie to accept bitcoin for theater tickets. Silk Road Investigator and Secret Service agent pleads guilty to charges. A bank run may be occurring in Greece. The Blockchain debate gets input from Chinese miners. JJ and Beau will be at Porcfest this coming week so look for a prerecorded show next Sunday!
BitStamp announces a bitcoin debit card for Europeans. The Internal Revenue Service gets hacked and exposes 100,000 individuals. Businesses in Venezuela are switching over to US Dollars. The Ethereum test net suffered a fork. Blockchain.info is recommending Android users update their apps to solve a duplicate address issue. The Bitcoin Block Size debate continues. The BRICS nations are creating a bank.
MIT Bitcoin Department calls out flaws in the New York BitLicense. Venezuela reaches 100% currency inflation since January this year. Russian courts unblock bitcoin sites. The White House appoints pro-Bitcoin CTO. Nasdaq is going to use Blockchain Technology for the trading engine. Greece nearly missed a payment to the IMF this week, looks to privatize a port.
Neocash Radio extends a hearty welcome to Zach from Lamassu. Dow hits a new record. Zach discusses his thoughts on the bitcoin ecosystem. Bitcoin integrated into Romanian payment processor. Hating on mastercard hating. Bitreserve includes gold an an option. Blockchain.info pulled from bitcoin.org over security concerns. UK internet porn filter catches watchdog group.
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.
Argentina set to print a lot of pesos to manage debts. A trading bot is running wild on BTC-e. Charlie Shrem takes a plea deal. Ecuador and India round out the show with monetary policy news. How to earn a free millibit.
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Bitcoin looks to help people in Africa. Britain is looking at regulating bitcoin as a currency. Buy precious metals with bitcoin. Bitcoin news about how the cryptocurrency is better than credit card transactions. Blocksign offers electronic signature services based off the blockchain. The Bitcoin Foundation talks to the NYDFS.
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Darren is in the studio and JJ joins the podcast from the road. Darren covers the traditional markets. Toshiba partners with BitPay to offer bitcoin on the VisualTouch Point of Sale software. The Bitcoin Foundation sees members quit over the vote to elevate Brock Pierce to the top position. Gavin Andresen talks about how the blocks in Bitcoin’s blockchain need to grow rather than simply raising the transaction fee requirement.
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Special guest Mandrik – mandrik.com – joins JJ and Darren in the studio : Mandrik talks about vending products for bitcoin and working for BitInstant and BlockChain.info : Bitcoin Difficulty and Hashrate : China loves bitcoin : Namecoin fatal flaw revealed : gift cards allow you to spend bitcoin most places : Bitcoin Security
In-studio guest Pedro talks about why he switched from mining litecoin to mining bitcoin : issues with GPU mining : Bitmessage, a P2P encrypted email system : quantum computers and encryption : Bitcoin blockchain compression and trust-free nodes : point of sales transactions : open source development