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This week on the pod: we discuss the latest in the XRP and Ripple litigation, with Ripple filing a motion to consolidate and notice of removal to federal court; IBM seeks a patent for storing scientific information on the blockchain; and Bitmain sues a John Doe in Washington state for the theft of 617 Bitcoin. Finally, for our crypto of the week, w…
 
This week: rapper T.I., the self-proclaimed “Rubber-band man,” is being sued to the tune of $5 million by investors for shilling the FLiK token; the founder of EtherDelta has been charged by the SEC for running an unregistered securities exchange; and finally, for our crypto of the week, we take a squiz at Nano, formerly RaiBlocks, where each user …
 
This week: a 21-year old trader could spend 5 years in prison for buying and subsequently selling bitcoin for cash; Russian exchange WEX, successor to BTC-e, allegedly moves user funds to Binance; and Coinbase gets a partial win in court, defending itself against accusations of insider trading. Finally, we’ll take an in-depth look at Dash, in Crypt…
 
This week: a consolidated class action complaint aims to show Bitconnect who's boss; the SEC decides that fighting us is harder than joining us and sets up an ICO division; and Coinbase gets approval for a crypto custody service. Finally, we’ll take an in-depth look at Sia, the decentralized storage solution looking to take on giants like AWS.…
 
This week: CFTC Commissioner Brian Quintenz wants smart contract authors to know they can be held liable for predictive code; Civil fails to reach its ICO soft-cap, prompting a refund to investors; and Tether has a roller coaster of a week, triggering a rise in alternative stablecoins. Finally, we’ll take an in-depth look at Lisk, the nascent distr…
 
This week: the operator of Dream Market and owner of the best beard in the biz, OxyMonster, is sentenced to 20 years in prison; another US indictment of Russian hackers mentions the use of bitcoin for illicit purposes; and Binance shakes up the exchange world with a massive overhaul of its coin listing process. Finally, our panelists face off over …
 
This week: the Wall Street Journal investigates the proceeds of the WannaCry ransomware; we discuss the legal ramifications of Sia’s recently announced intention to change its Proof-of-Work algorithm; and institutional investors continue to buy in to crypto on the over-the-counter market. Finally, our panelists face off over Populous, the peer-to-p…
 
This week: US states begin banning cryptocurrency as campaign contributions; Google reverses its position on crypto-related advertising; and the New York Office of the Attorney General releases a new report on crypto exchanges and possible market manipulation. Finally, our panelists face off over BAT, the Basic Attention Token, which aims to decent…
 
This week: We compare the price performance of ICOs over the last 4 years. Our panel will discuss the Russian mining operation that faked a Coinbase endorsement. We follow the creation of the Blockchain Foundation - a new crypto lobbying group in Washington DC. And we’ll also examine a new model for ICOs seeking to skirt securities laws. Finally, o…
 
This week: The Winklevoss brothers launch an ERC-20 token backed by USD. We'll also discuss open source licenses and their effects on cryptocurrency. And in a first, FINRA files a fraud complaint against an ICO. Finally, our panelists face off over MCO, a platform “pioneering payments” in the crypto space. We’ll explore the project roadmap, team, a…
 
This week: Sevy and Ben discuss the North American Security Administrators Association and their recent press release on crypto-related investigations. We’ll also explore the SEC’s bid to track crypto mentions on social media. Finally, we face off over whether Tether, cryptocurrency's most controversial crypto-asset, should sink or swim in Crypto o…
 
This week: Sevy discusses the Blockchain Transparency Institute, Laura Beth explores the possibility that Crocs are a better investment than Bitcoin, Ben explains why cryptocurrencies are on the rise in Latin America, and Jared debates how cryptocurrencies could be a defense against discrimination. Also, our panel will review and discuss Loopring i…
 
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