While the crypto markets have been about as exciting as a government press release, there’s been a lot happening elsewhere in the blockchain and tech space that hasn’t seen as much coverage. From space-catapult startups, IoT smart cities, clowns fooling code and countries launching cryptos, we’ve found plenty of talking points to counter the FUD.

We discuss the mass crypto adoption occurring in the developing world, the Auctus ICO, and several start-ups in the space exploration sector that may be worth a look to diversify your portfolio. Our Privacy and Security segment is back highlighting malware and operating systems, and we discuss liability for code.

Finally, Dan Dan the ICO Man joins us to spruik his latest product, Ultimate Pump, and Jordan Cronje checks in with a phone message.


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Time Stamps:

00:00    Take the Red Pill and Stay in FOMO Land

00:43    Intro, Disclaimers, Updates

04:02     News: 34,000 ETH Smart Contracts Vulnerable to Bugs

07:39     News: Nokia targets Blockchain Smart Cities

10:39     News: Microsoft working on decentralised ID

14:18     News: Google Training AI to Write Wikipedia Articles

15:27     News: Turkey, Russia look to launch their own cryptos

19:19     News: Africa and Developing World Adopting Crypto via Mobile Phones

25:45     Discussion: Vulnerabilities in Neural Networks

30:51     Dan Dan the ICO Man: Ultimate Dump+

36:11     Special Space Update

41:49     Privacy and Security: Malware and Operating Systems

49:14     Discussion: Who is liable when code causes harm?

61:08     Jordan Cronje’s Voicemail

63:22     Tool Update: OnChainFX

66:29     Crypto of the Week: Auctus

71:22     Wrap Up

73:09     Outtakes

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