Audio warning: we’re really sorry; Joe’s computer didn’t record the audio properly this episode, so we’re relying on Matt’s version of the audio recording, so the episode sounds sub-par.

This episode, we discuss a host of Bitcoin news involving AT&T, whole foods, and a raft of other retail brands. We also cover the 51% attack on Bitcoin Cash / BCH, CoinGecko’s new trust score.

We move on to discussion about Facebook’s “GlobalCoin” currency, DHS’ drone service, 1TB MicroSD cards and a host of tunnel, train and transport news from the Boring Company, China, Ford and Dyson.

Finally, we wrap things up with an introduction to Maildrop, a temporary email address service — followed by a call with Dan. Check it out!

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Show Segments:

0:16 Larken Rose Introduces the Show

1:14 Welcome!

2:46 What’ve we been up to?

6:00 What’ve we been reading?

10:35 Disclaimer

11:06 Giveaway

12:14 Microsoft ID Verification Platform

15:09 AT&T Now Accepting Bitcoin

16:34 BTC, ETH & BCH Now Accepted at thousands of locations

18:31 Sending and Receiving Bitcoin on WhatsApp

19:23 Bitcoin Cash Miners Undo Attacker’s Transactions With ‘51% Attack’

24:05 CoinGecko Introduces Trust Score

26:36 Report: Facebook’s ‘GlobalCoin’ currency coming in 2020

32:48 Russian Central Bank to Consider Gold-Backed Cryptocurrency

34:20 Researchers can now use AI and a photo to make fake videos of anyone

37:10 DHL launches its first regular urban drone delivery service

39:09 HP Enterprise Buys Supercomputer Pioneer Cray for $1.3B

40:18 You can finally buy the first 1TB microSD card

41:33 Ford’s New Delivery Robot Is Fascinating To Watch

43:42 Dyson patents reveal plans for electric car

46:59 Adelaide-based Myriota first to connect to AWS Ground Station

49:28 SpaceX Starlink Will Equal Launch Revenue in 2020 and Will Make Elon the World’s Richest Person by 2023

51:11 Las Vegas Approves $48.6 Million Boring Company Tunnel

53:45 European Commission have been urged to develop regulations for Hyperloop projects

55:02 Tesla Navigate on Autopilot drives itself poorly, Consumer Reports finds

57:55 See China’s Newly Unveiled Maglev Train

59:56 Privacy & Security – Maildrop

1:02:50 Join our Telegram!

1:02:58 Dan Dan the Private Group Leader

1:07:33 Wrap Up

1:08:20 Outtakes

NOTE: Nothing, either in these show notes or in any FOMO Show podcast, written or verbal, express or implied, should be construed as financial, legal, tax or any other type of advice. Always perform your due diligence, research projects thoroughly and make sure you hold your private keys securely. Before investing in any project, always seek independent financial and legal advice. And remember – No FOMO.