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Justin Drake -- Ethereum’s Audacious Roadmap to Build a True World Computer [Epicenter Bitcoin#263]

Justin Drake -- Ethereum’s Audacious Roadmap to Build a True World Computer [Epicenter Bitcoin#263] submitted by twigwam to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

From Epicenter Bitcoin to Epicenter

We’re approaching the 3-year anniversary of this podcast and with, this have officially entered the dinosaur category in the cryptocurrency and blockchain community. But with age comes change and some things that once looked shiny and fresh on this baby dinosaur have become ill-fitting. One of these is our name ‘Epicenter Bitcoin’.
Back when we started, most of the projects in the industry were related to Bitcoin or altcoins somehow, and the term Bitcoin was both the name of the most prominent project, but also an umbrella term encompassing the wider field. Even then we thought that at some point the explicit reference to Bitcoin would become too constricting and lose its relevance. That time has now come.
Thus, going forward, we will be using the name Epicenter instead of Epicenter Bitcoin.
Wait! Did Goldman Sachs buy you? Have you joined the dark side?
Unfortunately, so far we have been neither loud nor annoying enough to receive a fat acquisition offer to remove that pesky ‘Bitcoin’ from our name or dull our content to an indistinguishable grey. So rest assured, in terms of content there will be no changes. Already in one our first episodes we covered Ethereum and have a majority of our episodes have not been Bitcoin related but covered the countless other exciting projects like IPFS, Tendermint, Zcash or many others.
All of the show’s distribution channels will remain unchanged. Listeners who subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or RSS, or through the Let’s Talk Bitcoin Network feed will continue to receive new episodes every Monday. Our social media presence and profiles on YouTube, SoundCloud, TuneIn and other podcast apps also remain unchanged.
We’ve got a shiny new website too!
One more big(-ish) news we do have: We just launched our new website Epicenter.tv! This has been in the making for a long time so we’re very happy it’s finally ready.
The new website will bring more focus to video, includes an updated design and will make it easier to find episodes by theme and guest. We’re still working out a few kinks so please bear with us as we fix all the bugs and progressively roll out all the new features. We hope you’ll like it and are open to your feedback or suggestion on social media or at [email protected].
On a final note, we would like to thank you guys, our listeners for all the love and support you’re given us these past almost-3 years! In this time, Epicenter has become, along with Let’s Talk Bitcoin, the two most influential and widely listened show in the industry. Almost 10,000 people listen to it on a weekly basis from all corners of the world and that’s a wonderful thing. Also thanks for all the Tweets, iTunes reviews and emails we got. They are what keep us going so thank you!
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How Should Bitcoin be Governed? Upcoming Epicenter Bitcoin discussion with Gavin Andresen.

Hi everyone! Brian here from Epicenter Bitcoin. There has been no shortage of discussion about the blocksize and if it should be increased. This is an important question, but an even more important question is how these decisions should be reached in the first place.
Next week, we'll be having Gavin Andresen on the podcast to talk about how Bitcoin should be governed. We would love to have some input from the community about the topic so we can produce a great episode to help think through these crucial issues.
Some additional comments: The clearest statement I've seen on governance has been by Mike Hearn on our podcast. He said that there should be a benevolent dictator who makes the final calls and if people don't like it they can fork the code and convince users to switch. While this would avoid the current stalemate, my personal view is that the cost of switching to a different version (like from Bitcoin Core to XT) is so costly that it would give the dictator too much power. Others have said that there should be a consensus among core developers, without defining what a core developer is. That seems like a poor model to me since then any core developer can veto changes.
Radical & out-of-the-box ideas such as Bitcoin holders should vote on changes would be interesting too.
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Epicenter Bitcoin Podcast Brings on CoinList President Andy Bromberg to Discuss the Potential of Security Tokens

Epicenter Bitcoin Podcast Brings on CoinList President Andy Bromberg to Discuss the Potential of Security Tokens submitted by corpina to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Martin Koeppelmann on Epicenter Bitcoin to Discuss Gnosis and make a Crowdsale Announcement!

Martin Koeppelmann on Epicenter Bitcoin to Discuss Gnosis and make a Crowdsale Announcement! submitted by GroupGnosis to ethereum [link] [comments]

Epicenter Bitcoin 106 – Christian Decker: Scaling Bitcoin With Duplex Micropayment Channels ("PhD student & member of community since 2009; Discussed scalability debate & what block size his research indicates can reasonably be handled today & Duplex Micropayment Channels vs. Lightning.")

Epicenter Bitcoin 106 – Christian Decker: Scaling Bitcoin With Duplex Micropayment Channels ( submitted by eragmus to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

If you are for small blocks you should listen to the otherside. Epicenter bitcoin has a good interview with BU. They might not be right but they make good points.

If you are for small blocks you should listen to the otherside. Epicenter bitcoin has a good interview with BU. They might not be right but they make good points. submitted by CosmosKing98 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

We will be interviewing Vitalik Buterin this Saturday on Epicenter Bitcoin about the Ethereum "Frontier" launch. What should we ask him?

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Vitalik Buterin talks about the Ethereum Frontier Launch on the latest Epicenter Bitcoin Episode

Vitalik Buterin talks about the Ethereum Frontier Launch on the latest Epicenter Bitcoin Episode submitted by BitcoinJobBoard to ethereum [link] [comments]

CEO of Yours, Ryan Charles, talks Yours Network, and content monetization on Epicenter Bitcoin.

CEO of Yours, Ryan Charles, talks Yours Network, and content monetization on Epicenter Bitcoin. submitted by SMcKie to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Epicenter Bitcoin #105: Devcon2 And The State Of Ethereum

Epicenter Bitcoin #105: Devcon2 And The State Of Ethereum submitted by shakedog to ethereum [link] [comments]

Arthur Breitman discussing Tezos on the Epicenter Bitcoin podcast.

Arthur Breitman discussing Tezos on the Epicenter Bitcoin podcast. submitted by rawzeee to tezos [link] [comments]

Epicenter Bitcoin 100 – Juan Benet: Decentralizing The Web With The Inter-Planetary File System (IPFS)

Epicenter Bitcoin 100 – Juan Benet: Decentralizing The Web With The Inter-Planetary File System (IPFS) submitted by jeffscottward to ethereum [link] [comments]

Andreas is a guest on epicenter bitcoin through the LetsTalkBitcoin.com network - he is always a good listen.

Andreas is a guest on epicenter bitcoin through the LetsTalkBitcoin.com network - he is always a good listen. submitted by secret_bitcoin_login to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Epicenter Bitcoin: EB79 Rodolfo Novak: Coinkite And The Feature Factory

Epicenter Bitcoin: EB79 Rodolfo Novak: Coinkite And The Feature Factory submitted by dochex to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Epicenter Bitcoin: Charles Hoskinson & Alex Chepurnoy

Epicenter Bitcoin: Charles Hoskinson & Alex Chepurnoy submitted by kushti to EthereumClassic [link] [comments]

Epicenter Bitcoin 134 – Emin Gün Sirer And Vlad Zamfir: On A Rocky DAO

Epicenter Bitcoin 134 – Emin Gün Sirer And Vlad Zamfir: On A Rocky DAO submitted by cryptopascal to ethtrader [link] [comments]

Epicenter Bitcoin 84 - Tim Swanson: Permissioned Ledgers And The Case For Blockchains Without Bitcoin

Epicenter Bitcoin 84 - Tim Swanson: Permissioned Ledgers And The Case For Blockchains Without Bitcoin submitted by smidge to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Epicenter Bitcoin podcast #144 - Charles Hoskinson & Alex Chepurnoy: IOHK, Scorex And The Case For Ethereum Classic

Epicenter Bitcoin podcast #144 - Charles Hoskinson & Alex Chepurnoy: IOHK, Scorex And The Case For Ethereum Classic submitted by ignamv to EthereumClassic [link] [comments]

General discussion with Gavin on Epicenter Bitcoin recorded ~3 years ago.

General discussion with Gavin on Epicenter Bitcoin recorded ~3 years ago. submitted by McPheeb to polkadot_io [link] [comments]

Epicenter Bitcoin interview

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Epicenter Bitcoin 132 – Stephan Tual: Building A Universal Sharing Network On Ethereum And A $150M DAO

Epicenter Bitcoin 132 – Stephan Tual: Building A Universal Sharing Network On Ethereum And A $150M DAO submitted by Jeriaska_ to EthCrowdfund [link] [comments]

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