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Ledger's new CEO, Pascal Gauthier, talks about his new role, the future of Ledger, how the success of Ledger and security are linked to the cryptocurrency market, and how the company plans to combat hack attacks.
A white paper writer talks about cryptocurrency and blockchain startup companies forcing writers to fabricate business models, make up false funding budgets, and blatantly plagiarize patented technology.
Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Christopher Giancarlo talks about how the CFTC is using its 80-year-old protocol to regulate new technology and the risks of a clearinghouse holding its own digital currency. He also alludes to some of the reasons that may be contributing to the delay in a Bakkt bitcoin futures exchange.
James Felton Keith is running for a seat in New York’s 13th Congressional District. Keith talks about universal basic income, owning one's personal data, and Elizabeth Warren's plan to break up big data companies.
Rabbi Michael Caras, also known as the Bitcoin Rabbi, talks about the similarities between Judaism and crypto culture, writing a bitcoin children's book, and the special Passover message he has for his Twitter "congregation."
Trent Larson, principal software developer for Overstock.com's Medici Land Governance, talks about being a Mormon anarchist, the pros and cons of putting land registration on a blockchain platform, and how SEC regulation is hurting the crypto industry.
Blockchain forefather W. Scott Stornetta speaks about the process of developing blockchain technology, the emergence of cryptocurrency, how being a theoretical physicist has informed his blockchain-related research, and how to create more positivity in the crypto community.
Gina Pieters talks about why economists shun the study of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, how the study of crypto can shed light on government manipulation of exchange rates, and the challenges of working in a male-dominated field.
Eighteen-year-old Justin Zheng talks about using biometric data to prevent people from losing their private keys, the process of finding a co-founder, winning the Pioneer tournament, and how he is balancing school and blockchain projects.
John Stalberg Jr., director of the new movie "Crypto," talks about his knowledge of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology before making the film, the backlash from the crypto community over the movie's trailer, and why people should not condemn the movie before it's even released.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation’s associate director of research, Gennie Gebhart, talks about the effect of government surveillance on marginalized communities, Facebook’s privacy problems, and why blockchain technology may not improve data privacy.
In an interview with Ben Munster, David Gerard, author of “Attack of the Fifty Foot Blockchain,” calls Bitcoin an apocalyptic death cult, pokes fun at maximalists’ optimism, and reminisces about the origins of his hate for the technology.
Tech journalist and author Clive Thompson talks about the joy of coding, dishes on the culture of software and blockchain developers, lists the potential benefits of having a tech-savvy president, and opines on tech’s future.