The blockchain tech startups who've raised millions in venture capital funding over the last few years.
Goldman trashes Bitcoin, robots chasing sheep, moving oil with electricity, and space pee.
This week we look at the most exciting future tech news from the last month.
In our final episode for 2019, we look at how our views have morphed since starting the show.
A conversation with Aleks Svetski, co-founder & CEO of Amber — a brilliant investment app that makes buying Bitcoin easy.
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This episode, we travel around the world (in our minds) and check in on some cutting-edge national innovations.
We look at where institutional adoption of blockchain is currently, with some interesting news on merchant uptake and fund investments. We then peer into the public sector and check out the latest from governments looking to harness the technology.
From security flaws in global e-voting systems to the Tesla Model Y and a discussion about what to expect this year from the FOMO Show.
Taking inspiration from a piece of news about Horizon State’s voting system, we talk about how we see humanity governing itself in the future.
This episode we're talking all about using blockchain in real life, practical situations.
We share our thoughts on 2018 trends and also make our predictions for the coming year.
We discuss one of the most monumental pieces of legislation to be passed by a Western government in recent history — Australia’s Assistance and Access Bill.
This episode we dive into the magic behind the Bitcoin network – mining.
We interview TM Lee of CoinGecko — which has long been one of our favourite cryptocurrency aggregators