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The Coin Pod

Summary: A series of conversations about Bitcoin with people who build, study, and use it, hosted weekly by Zack Voell.

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 Intro to Bitcoin Data Science with Willy Woo - Episode 42 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1814

Join Zack as he discusses the challenges and nuances of on-chain data analytics and also Bitcoin's market cycles and maturation with Willy Woo, a technical analyst, engineer, and hardcore Bitcoiner.

 Building Bull Bitcoin with Francis Pouliot and Ben Perrin – Episode 41 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 4722

Join Zack as he discusses the idiosyncrasies of Canada’s bitcoin market with Ben Perrin and Francis Pouliot of Bull Bitcoin, Canada’s premier bitcoin exchange, who share their thoughts on principled bitcoin businesses and why Canada is “the Afghanistan of Bitcoin exchanges”.

 How Bear Markets Rhyme with Dan McArdle and Dan Held – Episode 40 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2052

Join Zack as he discusses previous Bitcoin bear markets, how to handle them, how each one is similar to the others, and why they’re beneficial and even exciting with two long-time Bitcoiners: Dan McArdle and Dan Held.

 BIP 158 and Neutrino Q&A with Alex Akselrod - Episode 39 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1002

Join The Coin Pod for a week-long series of interviews with Lightning Network developers building some of the coolest Bitcoin-focused projects around. This bonus episode is with Alex Akselrod, a current consultant and former lead developer at Lightning Labs. Alex answers a bunch of questions about compact block filters for light clients (BIP 158) and Neutrino. Use these links to find out more about Alex, BIP 158, and Lightning Labs.Links:> Alex’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/stile65> Lightning Labs’ Twitter: https://twitter.com/lightning> BIP 158: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12254

 Toward a Simpler Lightning Interface via Lightning Peach with Yuriy Blokhin - Episode 38 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1405

Join The Coin Pod for a week-long series of interviews with Lightning Network developers building some of the coolest Bitcoin-focused projects around. This episode is with Yuriy Blockhin of Bitfury’s Lightning Peach team dedicated to Lightning Network R&D. Use these links to find out more about the Lightning Peach’s suit of products and plans for future development.Links:> Yuriy’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/yblokhin> Lightning Peach’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/lightning_peach> Website: https://lightningpeach.com/

 Introduction to Lightning DEXs and ZigZag with Andrey Samokhvalov and Oleg Mikhalsky - Episode 37 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1605

Join The Coin Pod for a week-long series of interviews with Lightning Network developers building some of the coolest Bitcoin-focused projects around. This episode is with Andrey Samokhvalov and Oleg Mikhalsky, two Lightning Network fanatics working to build one of the coolest decentralized exchange services around, namely ZigZag. Decentralized Exchanges (DEX) have massive potential to disrupt the bloated centralized exchange dominating the needs of retail investors and crypto-speculators. Use these links to find out more about the ZigZag DEX on Lightning. Links:> Andrey’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/andrewshvv > Oleg’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/olegmikh1> ZigZag: https://zigzag.io/ > ZigZag’s Medium blog: https://medium.com/bitlum

 Lightning Accepted Here with the Moonstuff Team - Episode 36 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1019

Join The Coin Pod for a week-long series of interviews with Lightning Network developers building some of the coolest Bitcoin-focused projects around. This episode is with two avid Bitcoiners who build and grow a variety of projects. But for today, we’re focusing on one: Moonstuff. If you need bitcoin stuff (and you do), go to https://www.moonstuff.co/.Links:> Kevin’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/KevJamesAde > Ryan’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/guccimanlefluer > Moonstuff’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/buymoonstuff

 The Future of Gaming with Satoshi's Games - Episode 35 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1335

Join The Coin Pod for a week-long series of interviews with Lightning Network developers building some of the coolest Bitcoin-focused projects around. This episode is with two lead developers of Satoshi’s Games, Carlos and Rocc, who are working to build an open source, micro-payment powered, elevated gaming experience with Lightning.Links:> Carlos’ Twitter: https://twitter.com/whiteyhat > Rocc’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/roquerrt > Satoshi’s Games’ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SatoshisGames > Satoshi’s Games: https://studio.satoshis.games/

 Democratizing Data Access via SuredBits with Chris Stewart - Episode 34 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1885

Join The Coin Pod for a week-long series of interviews with Lightning Network developers building some of the coolest Bitcoin-focused projects around. This episode is with Chris Stewart of SuredBits working to monetize APIs via Lightning. > Chris’ Twitter: https://twitter.com/chris_Stewart_5> SuredBits Twitter: https://twitter.com/SuredBits

 Casa's Sovereign Wealth Security with Jeremy Welch - Episode 33 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2468

MP3, Links, and More: http://ymb.tc/tcp33Casa is building the best persona key system on the planet, and Casa's co-founder, Jeremy Welch, joins the show to explain how and why.Jeremy's Twitter: https://twitter.com/jeremyrwelchCasa's Twitter: https://twitter.com/CasaHODL

 Dissecting Bitcoin Generalism with Udi Wertheimer - Episode 32 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1695

MP3, Links, and More: http://ymb.tc/tcp32> Udi on Twitter: https://twitter.com/udiWertheimer> Lopp’s hard fork tweet: https://twitter.com/lopp/status/1019675622581391361> Conversation with Udi and Stop and Decrypt: https://twitter.com/udiWertheimer/status/1040862787088670720

 Understanding BIP 322 (Generic Signed Message Format) with Kalle Alm - Episode 31 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1648

MP3, Links, and More: http://ymb.tc/tcp31Listen as Kalle Alm, a Bitcoin Core contributor, explains his latest BIP, controversial feedback on it, and why generic signed message format matters.> BIP 322: https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/pull/725> Twitter: https://twitter.com/kallealm

 Shopping for Free Bitcoin via Lolli with Alex Adelman and Matt Senter - Episode 30 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1560

MP3, Links, and More: http://ymb.tc/tcp30

 Bitcoin Trading and Technical Analysis with Josh Olszewicz - Episode 29 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2560

MP3, Links, and More: http://ymb.tc/tcp29

 Introduction to Dandelion (BIP 156) with Giulia Fanti - Episode 28 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1107

MP3, Links, and More: http://ymb.tc/tcp28 Giulia Fanti, a computer scientist who introduced the Dandelion protocol in early 2017 as an effort to improve the anonymity of Bitcoin transactions joins me to discuss the details her proposal, the importance of anonymous peer-to-peer payments, and her experiences working with Bitcoin Core developers. > Read "Dandelion: Redesigning the Bitcoin Network for Anonymity": https://arxiv.org/abs/1701.04439> Read BIP 156: https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/c947050ed87b18be580f540951704d35809f92c9/bip-dandelion.mediawikiFollow Giulia: https://twitter.com/giuliacfantiFollow The Coin Pod: https://twitter.com/thecoinpod

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