Ep202: Bitmain ASICBOOST Hysteria, TokenCard will Debit ERC20 Tokens, Kraken Trades DASH

Wells Fargo is facing a lawsuit over suspension of outgoing wire transfers for Bitfinex. Stampery verifies documents on the Bitcoin and Ethereum blockchains while you work with this new Windows Office plugin. Bitcoin extension blocks offer a third solution to the blocksize issue. Purse is developing Bcoin which looks to be a fourth solution? to the bitcoin blocksize issue. BitCrust looks to be tackling a major problem with bitcoin, the UTXO bloat! Bitmain claims to have never used ASICBOOST on the mainnet, furthermore there is no evidence that anyone is using ASICBOOST on the mainnet. It is revealed that Kraken is the next major exchange to trade DASH. Charlie Shrem has a Forbes article in the German print version. Porsche is looking into the Blockchain for a variety of applications. Steemit founder and lead developer Dan Larimer has called it quits. Storing and exploring Ethereum-based tokens is getting easier! Gold-backed tokens and a new Ethereum-based debit card capable of handling ERC 20 tokens; meet DigixGlobal and Monolith Studios. The Golem Project identifies a flaw with how an exchange was handling GNT. Ethereum Name Service postponed launch and now has a live bug bounty.

All this and more on the Neocash Radio podcast, episode 202 — Wednesday, April 12th, 2017!

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Traditional Financial Markets Cryptocurrency Markets
Gold $1,287 Bitcoin (BTC) $1,222
Silver $18.45 Ethereum (ETH) $47.50
Oil $52.82 DASH $67.59
Dow Jones 20,591 points Zcash (ZEC) $63.77
30Y UST Yield 2.89% Monero (XMR) $22.47
Litecoin (LTC) $11.77

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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!

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 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)
1 Doge = 1 Doge

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