Episode 9 of the CoinGeek Weekly Livestream takes the form of an AMA, where both Kurt Wuckert Jr. and Billy Rose field a number of audience questions about topics in Bitcoin as well as Twetch.
Twetch has issued its first ever airdrop in the form of the Twetch Egg–an NFT that lives on the Bitcoin blockchain.
Elon Moist, better known as Twetch co-founder and CEO Josh Petty, was the guest on Kurt Wuckert Jr.’s special CoinGeek Livestream on April 1.
On this week’s CoinGeek Conversations, digital currency sceptic David Gerard admitted he was impressed by Twetch CEO Josh Petty’s initiative but said he still had concerns about NFTs.
The 90-minute action-packed episode is loaded with information and personal insights from Bitcoin industry expert and Money Button founder, Ryan X. Charles.
On episode 36 of the Bitstocks podcast, “Michael Hudson sits down with Josh Petty to discuss collectibles, trading cards, NFTs, proof-of-work, politics, philosophy, and of course, the coming soon™ meme.
Platforms like Facebook and Twitter are free because they use consumers as the product, harvesting data and selling them for profit, Patrick Thompson writes.
Bitcoin can be used in a way those on the outside looking in cannot trace what you are doing, but participants can in the case they have to, Joshua Henslee writes.
Recent events suggest that the tech-giant hosted internet is becoming a less friendly place for certain viewpoints, and companies like Twetch have shown how the Bitcoin ledger can serve as their home.
There are Bitcoin SV applications that feature content creation, but all have different means for commenting on content, Joshua Henslee writes.