This episode we dive into the concept of provably-rare collectibles and smart assets.
We interview Craig Ritchie from Hash Rush — a multiplayer, Real-Time Strategy game.
We do a deep dive into everything Cardano, from currency and principles to governance and cross-chain compatibility.
Matt interviews Jon Quidim from the Blockchain Centre. We also take you through the KPCB Internet Trends report.
We dig down a little deeper on NEM – the New Economy Movement platform...
We get into all things enterprise blockchain, the sector where much of the blockchain innovation is beginning to come from.
We dig into NEO – a project billed as China’s answer to Ethereum, which has some quite compelling features and potential use cases
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.
Our big talking point this week is Game Coins - the various ways in which the gaming and blockchain worlds are coming together.
We record a special holiday episode centred around privacy coins, which we think will be a big deal in 2018.
While bitcoin money trickles down to altcoins and we see crypto becoming a mainstream talking point, we tackle some of the knock-on effects such as use cases, potential bans and futures.
The big question: are we in a bubble? We also discuss the state of ICOs and tackle the elephant on the blockchain: Bitcoin vs Bitcoin Cash.
We look at Steemit, the first blockchain social media platform and IOTA, the revolution no one really understands yet...
We cover Catalan, Crypto FUD, Civic, ICO use cases, market manipulations, Coingecko and Monetha.
We get back in the studio to discuss our next topic in our Blockchain Basics series – Ethereum and Smart contracts