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Engaged attendees at InsideBitcoins

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Marc Hochstein (American Banker) Moderates the Cryptocurrency is Free Speech panel, Trevor Timms, Stephanie Murphy, Jonathan Mohan, Alan Safahi, Michael Terpin

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Jonathan Mohan (BitcoinNYC) speaks with PBS about Bitcoin.

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Adam B. Levine (Lets Talk Bitcoin) speaks about mining centralization with ASIC Manufacturers

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Adam B. Levine speaks about content and community powered by cryptocurrency.

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Master of Ceremony Stewert Quealy (MediaBistro) in foreground with Morning Speakers Charlie Shrem (Bitinstant) and Jaron Lukasiewicz (Coinsetter) in background

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Regulatory Minds (From left) Stephen Sunderlin, DATA - David Landsman, NMTA - Juan Llanos, ContrarianCompliance - Nooshin Mohtashami, Coinlab - Peter Vessenes, Coinlab

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Stephanie Murphy talks with Feathercoin's Peter John

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From the left - Marc Hochstein, American Banker - Adam B. Levine, Let's Talk Bitcoin! - Greg Schvey, The Genesis Block - Michael Krieger, LibertyBlitzkrieg - Jeff Schvey, The Genesis Block

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Stephanie Murphy, PhD

We’re back and almost human again after the four  day marathon making up LTB’s InsideBitcoins conference attendence.   We’ve got lots of interviews and bonus content coming up, here are some highlights from the conference. 

Tokenly rolled into Alpha
Thinking with Tokens I’ve been fascinated with the concept of tokens for some time now. Tokens are easy to create application specific cryptocurrencies that borrow the infrastructure of a larger blockchain like Bitcoin, and give many of the same broad, powerful and inexpensive features to purposes that might not warrant its own blockchain, miners, etc. In order to send a token, you not only need that token but a very small amount of bitcoins...
This weeks shows were recorded in advance as Stephanie and I are...


This weeks shows were recorded in advance as Stephanie and I are in New York City for the Inside Bitcoins conference. Even though we’re doing lots of interviews and even a show while there, none of it will be available to listeners until I’m back in California and able to sort through the hours of content - With that in mind, we’re going to try something new.

On Tuesday the 30th from 12:00pm EST to 1pm EST, join us on Zello, available for Android, iOS and PC, basically it’s a mix between a group walkie-talkie and an audio forum.

Leave questions there, and I’ll give you the best answer I’m able with an on-the-ground perspective. Some of these might make it on the show, but really the intent is to interact with listeners who really want to hear what’s up at the conference but lack the means to attend.

Once you’ve installed Zello, our channel is Let’s Talk Bitcoin, you can easily find it by searching for “Bitcoin”

Talk to you soon!

-Adam B. Levine

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