Ep195: Confessions of a Bitcoiner, South Korea Scandal Fit for a Movie, Crypto Security

Andy from a Bitcoin ATM company joins us in-studio to talk about his disillusionment with Bitcoin. Danish law enforcement have new tools that link Bitcoin darknet buyers and sellers. Controversial Bitcoin-for-pot bill in Washington State Senate not happening this term. United Arab Emirates is considering legalizing Bitcoin. South Korea’s bizarre presidential scandal is destined to be made into a movie.

All this and more on the Neocash Radio podcast, episode 195 — Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017!

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Traditional Markets Crypto Markets
Gold $1,238 Bitcoin (BTC) $1,129
Silver $17.99 Litecoin (LTC) $3.78
Oil $53.84 Zcash (ZEC) $27.79
Dow Jones 20,775 points Ethereum (ETH) $12.66
30Y UST Yield 3.033% DASH $22.09
Euro (EUR) $1.06 Monero (XMR) $12.80
Chinese Yuan (CNY) $0.15 Augur REP $4.70
British Pound (GBP) $1.25 1 Doge = 1 Doge

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Ep191: Project Alchemy Bridges Ethereum and Zcash, Israel Eyes Bitcoin Taxes, President Trump

Trump takes office and signs executive orders like they’re autographs. We discuss a letter from a listener. Bloomberg has a revealing article detailing how Deutsche Bank helped the world’s oldest bank Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena hide a 367 million euro gambling loss in 2008. Pedro talks about Project Alchemy, an effort to create a bridge between Zcash and Ethereum blockchains. We also talk about a bill in the Washington state Senate proposing to bar legal marijuana companies from using bitcoin and about how they are already denied bank access thanks to Federal policy. A draft of changes to Israeli tax code sees bitcoin users suffering a 25% capital gains tax and a 17% VAT. Some WhatsApp users are not taking the time to carefully configure security features. Abra bitcoin wallet app focuses on inter-currency exchange through local human ATMs called Tellers… Local Bitcoins just went International. Bots are good for trading but the real news is that Bloomberg bitcoin news coverage has matured. Ziftrcoin is no more.

All this and more on the Neocash Radio podcast, episode 191 — Wednesday January 25th, 2017!

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Traditional Markets Crypto Markets
Gold $1,201 Bitcoin (BTC) $894
Silver $16.97 Litecoin (LTC) $3.66
Oil $52.38 Zcash (ZEC) $39.94
Dow Jones 20,068 points Ethereum (ETH) $10.44
30Y UST Yield 3.102% DASH $14.55
Euro (EUR) $1.08 Monero (XMR) $11.81
Chinese Yuan (CNY) $0.15 Augur REP $4.29
British Pound (GBP) $1.26 1 Doge = 1 Doge

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The Painful Economics of the War on Drugs — interview with Marijuana Policy Project’s Matt Simon

The War on Drugs has been called a trillion dollar failure, and beyond its economic failings, more and more people are waking up to the horrors this modern-day Prohibition is creating in our society, and asking more about who actually benefits from these antiquated authoritarian controls.

In this special bonus episode of Neocash Radio—“The Painful Economics of the War on Drugs”—Darren and Randy interview Matt Simon, New England Political Director and Legislative Analyst for the Marijuana Policy Project.

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Painful Economics of the War on Drugs - Interview w/ Matt Simon of the Marijuana Policy Project Marijuana Policy Project
Among the topics we discuss with Matt:

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