Month: October 2019

‘Stache My Crypto 19 – Using Art To Bridge The Bitcoin Gap With Coldie

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Art has always been at the forefront of major movement throughout time. We explore our creativity in more and more interesting ways that helps to connect us to our surrounding world. I talk with local artist Coldie on creating art in a production environment versus expressing your freedom, how art plays a vital role in …

Give. Get. Stack. Interview with Give Bitcoin Founder Cory Klippsten

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While at the recent Crypto Invest Summit I had a chance to sit down with the founder of Give Bitcoin, Cory Klippsten. We dive into exactly what problem they are solving, how easy they are making giving the gift of Bitcoin for the average joe, and exactly how the platform engages you over time as …

Tim Draper Interview at CIS LA – Bitcoin Tax, Future of ICO’s, Next Generation Entrepreneurship

I sat down for a quick chat with legendary venture capitalist and all around super nice guy Tim Draper while at Crypto Invest Summit October 2019. We talk about Bitcoin taxes, how the current ICO landscape would be different if ICO’s were left to blossom in the US, and advice for my daughter’s generation on …

Enjin Marketplace Review – Buy & Sell Crypto Collectibles & ERC-1155 NFT’s

One of my favorite cryptocurrency projects, Enjin, has just launched their native Marketplace where you can easily buy and sell ERC-1155 collectibles! The interface is somewhat similar to Opensea, but you can use it from EnjinX.io or you can use it directly through your Enjin wallet. I do a quick review of the platform, point out …

Are Anonymous Bitcoin Transactions Gone Forever? Not If You Mix Your Coins!

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When I first learned about Bitcoin in 2013 the idea that all your transactions could be anonymous was, for the most part, fairly true. The complexity of blockchain transactions was still new enough to the world that you COULD count on your transactions on the Bitcoin network to be anonymous and there was no chance …