For the next few weeks, CoinGeek producer Natalie Mason is introducing her own Top Picks from CoinGeek Conversations, giving us another chance to enjoy previous episodes of the podcast series.
Sheila Warren talked to CoinGeek about her view of the prospects for the blockchain economy solving some of the problems of ‘surveillance capitalism’, by letting individuals own their own data.
The EU is busy with initiatives in blockchain and Bitcoin but is cautious about wanting to regulate - as we hear from Pēteris Zilgalvis, the Head of its Digital Innovation and Blockchain Unit for the European Commission.
Lee Rainie of the Pew Research Centre studies public attitudes to technology and has been responsible for more than 650 reports based on Pew surveys of people's online and Internet usage.
In this episode of CoinGeek Conversations, Eric Bernhard from the Bayesian group discusses tokenization that will allow anyone to issue their own tokens and a new application that aims to keep us safe from COVID19 using the BSV blockchain.
This edition of CoinGeek Conversations we continue looking at gaming business powered by the Bitcoin SV blockchain as we speak to Kronoverse chief architect, David Case.
The idea behind SatoPlay is to develop games that are different from the existing betting and gambling businesses that are using blockchain technologies.
Now you can take out a Netflix subscription, top up your phone’s pay-as-you-go credit, buy music or give someone Uber vouchers with Centbee wallet using Bitcoin SV (BSV).
In a wide-ranging interview in front of an audience of developers and entrepreneurs at the Cambrian SV event in Lisbon in February, Dr. Wright was talking about the fundamentals of Bitcoin.
Thomas Moser is somewhere near that centre. He also confessed to finding blockchain technologies “fascinating”, and has done for a long time.
What’s wrong with Silicon Valley? Dr Katy Cook, a psychologist, interviewed more than 200 tech industry workers, to provide a kind of psychoanalysis of its culture.