We had a great time in Anarchapulco. Not only were we able to pull off a super fun event with a local motor cycle gang the Baja Riders where we fed 65 children at a local orphanage but we also had multiple great interviews with the speakers of the conference. The most notable be the Bitcoin Block size debate between Roger Ver and John Dilley of BlockStream. Below are few of the YouTube videos.
Tonight we talk with Brian Hoffman CEO of Open Bazaar about the latest with OB1 and its addition of Tor to the protocol. Then we talk with Daniel Diaz of Dash.org about a whole host of new features implemented by Dash like 12.1.1 and the addition of Dash to Bitcoin-India.com an exchange, mining and merchant service that is available world wide.
Cody Wilson joins the show tonight to discuss “The New Radical” a documentary focused around Cody and his 3D gun files and the evolution of Ghost Gunner. The Film also covers aspects of Amir Takii and Julian Assange. The Liberal Vitriol about the film was scathing towards Cody calling him “The Most Unlikable Character” at the Sundance Film Festival. Sounds like a glowing endorsement to me!
Erik Voorhees joins the show to discuss the latest issues with high fees and slow transactions on the Bitcoin Blockchain. What are the problems and what are the possible fixes? Will Bitcoin Unlimited or Segwit win out or could both work.
Meet me at the intersection of Crypto & Cannabis. Tonight is an awesome line up of our good friends Jordan Page and Kevin McKernan. Jordan is already an awesome activist in the political realm but now his efforts have shifted to the cannabis world. Jordan is now working with CannaSense.org an organization that has found the needed loopholes to be able to get medicinal marijuana to patients in all 50 states and yes you can pay with crypto. Bitcoin for now but we’re working on changing that. The second hour Kevin McKernan joins us with the latest on his project Medicinal Genomics as well as his experience at the Crypto Cannabis Conference
On our first night in the new studio at Ghost Gunner headquarters in Defense Distributed, we’re honored to have G Edward Griffin author of “The Creature From Jekyll Island” on the show to discuss many things, including his talk at Anarchapulco 2017. Tom Odom, Chris’ son who also works at Def Dist Joins us the second hour for some interesting conversation as well.
Tonight Christopher Hering of BlockPay fills us in on the Point Of Sale services provided by BlockPay as well as their up coming services in the works in the very near future. The second hour we talk with Andrew Wagner about his event CoinFest which is a Virtual Bitcoin Conference held over a weeks time with participants from around the world including us
Today the main Unsung team from Baltimore dropped in to Austin to team up with us to feed some hungry folks. Thanks to the funding that the Dash.org network gave us to fund these philanthropic efforts, we were able to jump into action and hand out 120 meals in downtown Austin. Dean and Natalie also share with us the future plans of expanding the Unsung.org platform internationally. Dean also shares his work with Blockchain Education Network. (BEN)
Tonight we talk with William Binney former NSA technical analyst turned whistleblower about the recent fake DNC hack and what’s really involved with that. We’re also joined in studio by Richard Jacobs of the future tech podcast just back from the CES conference to tell us about the latest tech. He brought his 9 yr old son long to tell us about Bitcoin.