Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St interviewed first time guest, Founder and President of the Chamber of Digital Commerce http://digitalchamber.org/, Perianne Boring.
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During this 30+ minute interview, Jason asks Perianne about her background and how she found out about Bitcoin and began researching it. Perianne was an economics major in college during the 2008 financial crisis. She was not happy with the answers her Keynesian Economics gave her for why the crisis happened. She then moved up to the DC area to be a Congressional staffer for finance, economics, etc.
Perianne talks about the Austrian School of Economics and how Bitcoin was appealing to her because no government controlled the digital currency.
Perianne then talks about her company and why she started it. Her company is there to help protect block chain companies from being destroyed by regulators.
Jason and Perianne discuss the future of Bitcoin and block chain, how central banks are testing out the block chain and other technology issues concerning the block chain and how governments, central bankers and bureaucrats may affect Bitcoin and the block chain.
Wall St for Main St welcome back Adam B Levine, who is the editor of Let's Talk Bitcoin.
Check out Adam's work at www.letstalkbitcoin.com
In this podcast, we discussed the impact bitcoin halving will have on the price and on bitcoin itself. We also talked about the possibility of bitcoin becoming non existent in the near the future.
Finally, we covered ethereum and how it could possibly be a game changer in the cryptocurrency space and if it can provide competition to bitcoin.
Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St had on first time guest, former reporter, money researcher and Bitcoin and Crypto Currency Expert, David Seaman https://www.youtube.com/user/davidseamanonline
David has over 10k subscribers on his YouTube channel and can be contacted on his Twitter handle: @d_seaman
During this 30+ minute interview, Jason starts off by asking David about his background. David talks about how he was a reporter with a math background who was researching the NSA and our online security and he found out some of the bad things the BSA was doing with the data of American citizens before Edward Snowden did.
David became fascinated with gold, Bitgold, Bitcoin and crypto currencies and he began researching about money and reading many technical, white papers about Bitcoin.
David takes pride reading complicated white papers on the math and technology behind Bitcoin and Ethereum and explaining them in easier to understand terms for videos on his YouTube channel and in his written paid newsletter.
Jason asks David about the problems with Bitcoin in layman's terms and if Bitcoin developers are working on fixing them asap?
David says Bitcoin is in a difficult transition now and it was originally designed to only have added security measures to prevent it from being hacked rather than the source code being made for lots of extra innovation.
Jason then asks David about the other crypto currencies like Litecoin, Dogecoin, etc and what differences, if any, they have between themselves and Bitcoin?
David calls these coins copycats using copy and past from the Bitcoin source code but he says the real innovations from Bitcoin and the block chain technology are from Ethereum, which he calls Bitcoin 2.0 on his videos.
Jason then asks David more about Ethereum and the innovations.
Jason and David have an interesting discussion about gold, debt based fiat currency and the problems with the current money system now. Jason asks David if he is seeing increased usage of Bitcoin and Bitgold in collapsing countries like Venezuela, Argentina, etc?
To wrap up the interview, Jason asks David why he likes gold and Bitgold a lot?
Wall St for Main St welcomed back Adam B. Levine, who is the Founder and Senior Editor of Let's Talk Bitcoin! Be sure to check out Adam's podcast and blog at www.letstalkbitcoin.com.
In this podcast, we talked about the recent events that occured in the Bitcoin space in the past month. First, we talked about the impact of the prominent Bitcoin developer exiting and why he declared Bitcoin a failed experiment. Plus, we discussed the block size problem with Bitcoin and how it can be resolved. Finally, we talked about the blockchain technology and much more!