This week we have a treat – an interview with TM Lee of CoinGecko. CoinGecko have long been one of our favourite cryptocurrency aggregators, taking in the huge volume of trading and exchange data and distilling it into some truly useful statistics. We talk to TM about the beginnings of the platform, some of the challenges they’ve faced scaling the platform, some of the exciting new features they’ve recently unveiled and what they’ve got in the pipeline.

In the news this episode is some interesting innovation from the electric vehicle sector, from bicycles running on Bitcoin to a jet flying on electric motors. We also share our views on Consensys’s recent acquisition of an asteroid mining company and look at why computer manufacturers are now considering using organic DNA to store data. To top it off, we look at email hygeine and how you can get more secure, cut down on spam and stop giving all your data to Gmail/Outlook.


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Time Stamps:

00:00 President Nixon Opens the Show

01:05 Intro

01:33 What’s On This Episode

02:06 What We’ve Been Up To

05:01 #notinvestmentadvice

05:46 News: It’s a Good Time to Be a Blockchain Developer

07:38 News: Consensys Buys An Asteroid Mining Company

12:20 Alibaba’s Cloud Blockchain Now Outside China

13:24 News: Visa’s CEO – Crypto Not a Threat

15:23 News: shEOS Announces EOS 21 Protocol

17:22 News: Russia, India, Iran’s New Trade Route

20:17 News: PinePhone – An Inexpensive Linux Smartphone

23:46 News: DNA for Big Data Storage

26:57 News: Electric Bike Running on Lighting Network

28:42 News: Electric Flying is Becoming a Reality

31:34 News: Austria Let’s Electric Drivers Go Faster

32:43 Interview with TM Lee of CoinGecko

61:41 Privacy and Security – Email Forwarders

69:08 Wrap Up

70:00 Outtakes

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