Neocash Radio (podcast)
Neocash Radio--Episode 76

Jon Matonis is stepping down from the Bitcoin Foundation. The 1970 US Bank Secret Act is declared obsolete. Crypto Passports could offer more online identity solutions. BTC Guild was set to shutdown in three months but now may be sold instead. Blockchain.info raises $30.5 million. FinCEN declares bitcoin payment processors and exchanges as "money-transmitters". Amanda writes about buying surgery with bitcoin and gold. Mattheus writes about the bitcoin scene in New Hampshire. Home loan applications are the lowest since February.

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Category:podcast -- posted at: 5:23pm EDT

Neocash Radio Episode 74

A round-up of the scandals that came to light this week. A Venezuela currency default predicted by Harvard has caused a drop in bond prices. La'Zooz offers a blockchain based solution to transportation services. The FBI wants in on the newest encryption used by phone developers, compromising the overall security. The Stock Market drops while talk of Quantitative Easing 4 is hitting the media. More news from the Isle of Mann!

 

 

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Category:podcast -- posted at: 5:19pm EDT

US and UK to test big bank collapse. Cosplay and the economy. Overstock to work with Counterparty to create a decentralized stock exchange. The Bearwhale, Price of Bitcoin, and mis-classification of investments. Home ownership and the pandemic of debt.

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Category:podcast -- posted at: 5:16pm EDT

Welcome to our listeners on the Liberty Radio Network! 400 European Banks are now able to allow direct bitcoin purchases. Two United States banks are now using the Ripple Transaction Protocol. JP Morgan Bank was hacked. Darren had a loved one get phished. Austrian Economics and the dollar collapse?

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Category:podcast -- posted at: 5:03pm EDT

Court cast against MIT students who won coding contest. Federal Trade Commission brings fraud case against Butterfly Labs. Dogecoin hashrate and price on the rise after the merged mining with Litecoin. Foreign Accounts Tax Compliance Act.

Direct download: NR_EP71.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 4:39pm EDT

Scottish independence vote falls short. Japan's central banks and easy money. Shoplifting in the United States is on the rise. Bitcoin is taking off in the Philippines. Apple restricts more features to thwart alternative payments and currencies.

Direct download: NR_ep70.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 5:53pm EDT

Neocash Radio Episode 69

New Hampshire State Senate candidate George Lambert is in studio. Alt-coin prices are on the rise again. Venezuela monetary inflation estimated to be over 63%. HeliosCard is a debit card that can send digital signatures. Overstock.com is hiring bitcoin developers.

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Category:podcast -- posted at: 5:45pm EDT

Darren talks about his recent experience with Linux. Apple iCloud hacked and celebrity photos stolen. Dogecoin and Litecoin accepted for airfare. BitLicenses in UK. The core principles of Bitcoin. Canada companies paying salaries in Bitcoin. Indonesia has more bitcoin options available now.

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Category:podcast -- posted at: 5:53pm EDT

Neocash Radio Episode 67

Argentina set to print a lot of pesos to manage debts. A trading bot is running wild on BTC-e. Charlie Shrem takes a plea deal. Ecuador and India round out the show with monetary policy news.

Direct download: NR_EP67.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 5:22pm EDT

Episode 65

Bitcoin acceptance keeps increasing. Bitfenix had a margin call cascade. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issues an advisory about bitcoin. Open Bazaar looks promising. Argentina has more good news for bitcoin users.

Direct download: NR_EP65.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 5:15pm EDT