Nothing but Bitcoin with CK of Bitcoin Magazine

Nothing but Bitcoin with CK of Bitcoin Magazine

Nothing but Bitcoin with CK of Bitcoin Magazine

Bitcoin Magazine is the oldest and most established source of news, information and expert commentary on Bitcoin, its underlying blockchain technology and the industry that has been built up around it. Since 2012, Bitcoin Magazine has provided analysis, research, education and thought leadership at the intersection of finance and technology.

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Christian Keroles is a journalist and the Managing Director of Bitcoin Magazine. Best known as CK, he is the host of the Bitcoin Magazine Podcast, Fed Watch Podcast, and Bitcoin Magazine Spaces and consistently covers Bitcoin as it monetizes and evolves. He is also one of the founders of Bitcoin 2022, the largest bitcoin conference in history.

Founded in 2012, Bitcoin Magazine was the first-ever magazine dedicated solely to covering the cryptocurrency space. Its reporting focus is on Bitcoin, its underlying blockchain technology, and the industry that has been built up around it over the course of almost a decade.

The magazine regularly breaks some major global Bitcoin stories. For example, the President of El Salvador announced that the country would adopt Bitcoin as legal tender at Bitcoin Magazine’s 2021 conference.

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Jayden Sage in the Land of Infinity

Jayden Sage in the Land of Infinity

Jayden Sage in the Land of Infinity

Ground control to Major Tom. Ground control to Major Tom. Take your protein pills and put your helmet on. And while you’re at it, eat a few ears of corn. It’s awesome space food.

In episode 589, we discuss deep space ventures and their connection to blockchain. Jayden Sage is one who knows about these things. As usual, our questions are unprepared and unscripted. Sometimes the questions are great. Sometimes they are just okay. But Jayden’s answers and insights are fantastic. And there is a lot of laughter, but since we’re not as funny as we think we are, you are not allowed to laugh. Just allow the milk, coffee or beverage of choice to come out through your nose if you feel the urge. But don’t laugh.

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Cryptokitties Revisited

Cryptokitties Revisited

Cryptokitties Revisited

It’s hard to believe that we’ve been tracking the NFT world for more than four years. In fact, it started with hilarity in December of 2017 when we first discovered the Cryptokitties. We may have been the very first podcast to cover the subject, and four years later not only have we spoken with hundreds of projects on this podcast and The Nifty Show, but we’ve also minted over 1.5 million NFTs of our own intellectual property.  In episode 577, we take a look back at the show that started it all, and look at where the kitties are today.  Bring out your cat jokes and prep the litter box for our Cryptokitties Revisited episode #577 of The Bad Crypto Podcast.

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Cryptokitties

What is CryptoKitties?
CryptoKitties is a game centered around breedable, collectible, and oh-so-adorable creatures we call CryptoKitties! Each cat is one-of-a-kind and 100% owned by you; it cannot be replicated, taken away, or destroyed.

 

 

 

Bad Crypto Podcast first talked about Cryptokitties in December 2017. Here’s that original podcast: CryptoKitties Craziness | Bad Crypto Podcast ep. 59

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The best-selling NFT series on the WAX blockchain is back for a FOURTH edition January 21st, 2022 as 20 new heroes and 20 new villains go retro synth-wave in a brand new, groundbreaking set of digital collectibles!

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Awesome show!! by Rocslayer  on December 16, 2021

Thank you guys for the valuable information. Every since I went down this rabbit hole I have been amazed. 2022 and beyond (Play to earn let’s go!!!)

Don’t bother, waste of time by Pkoon24  on December 23, 2021

The show use to be decent but COVID-19 has turned these guys into a couple of conspiracy theorists. The show is unlistenable at this point. Dr. Fauci, ivermectin, big pharma, what the f do any of these have to do with crypto!? Can’t go 5 seconds without one of them going on a tirade about their own political views. You can tell they’re very bitter that most of America think they’ve got IQs of 40 while they think that they’re super duper smart “independent thinkers”. This show has taken a huge nosedive since 3 yrs ago and has turned into just another conservative radio show hosted by a pair of Alex Joneses.



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Sports Stadiums Go Crypto – Bad News For Nov 17th

Sports Stadiums Go Crypto – Bad News For Nov 17th

Sports Stadiums Go Crypto – Bad News For Nov 17th

Crypto moves further towards the mainstream as another major arena has been bought out for the next 20 years. A whale signals upwards move for Bitcoin as he buys $99 million more. Many think the massive run is getting closer as we approach the holidays. So much stuff is happening we just can’t. But we will because we want to. Obviously, you want to as well. Gluttons for punishment, I suppose.  

So grab some more beans and sit by the fire, no matter what Mr. Taggart says, cause this is our bad news episode #567 of The Bad Crypto Podcast. 

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Perfect by derpy derpus  on November 11, 2021

Keep it up guys. Lovvveeee the show. Stay bad. Cheers.

The best podcast! by Mariann!!  on November 3, 2021

Excellent podcast with incredible concepts and interviews. Extremely valuable content!



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Bitcoin is Still in “Good Shape”

Bitcoin is Still in “Good Shape”

It’s been a difficult week for Bitcoin which ends down more than 8 percent at just under $44,000. Mike Novogratz isn’t too bothered though. As long as the price stays above $40,000, the Galaxy Digital CEO thinks Bitcoin is in “good shape.”

Nayib Bukele agrees. The President of El Salvador, the first country in the world to accept Bitcoin as a currency, tweeted that he bought the dip. El Salvador bought 150 new coins, bringing its holding to 700 coins. El Salvador bought at $45,500. At current prices, the purchase puts El Salvadoran taxpayers just over a quarter of a million dollars in the red.

President Bukele will be hoping that those figures improve soon. The New York Digital Investment Group (NYDIG) has already produced some good figures. The group has published a report into Bitcoin’s carbon footprint. The report predicts that even if Bitcoin reaches $10 trillion by 2030, its emissions would still amount to only 0.9 percent of the world’s total, and its energy outlay would be just 0.4 percent.

Not all the number have been good this week though. Hackers made off with almost $12 million in Bitcoin from DeFi platform pNetwork. But the US is on the case. It’s making life harder for cryptohackers. The US Treasury has sanctioned Russian cryptocurrency exchange Suex for allegedly helping ransomware attackers to move more than $160 million of Bitcoin. No US residents or businesses can now work with the firm.

Suex isn’t the only exchange in trouble. Binance is stopping all crypto futures and options in Australia. Users in the country have 90 days to close their positions. In Miami, though, the city is taking on a position. The city’s commissioners have voted to accept funds generated by MiamiCoin, a new cryptocurrency from CityCoins. Mayor Francis Suarez has said that the coin has already given the city $5 million over 30 days.

Another coin doing well is Adventure Gold, part of the open-source Loot Project. The coins will become an in-game currency. An announcement from Coinbase about the currency sent the price from $2.91 to $4.29. And Dogecoin is still having its moment. Adam Aron, CEO of movie theater chain AMC has suggested that the company might accept Dogecoin in addition to Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash for online payments.

While old coins keep going, there’s more talk of the benefits of DeFi for the unbanked, and Compass Mining has launched a new service to let everyone benefit from cryptocurrency mining. It’s offering six different rigs.

And finally, Ron Watkins, a former administrator’s at his father’s 8Chan website and a leading force behind the QAnon movement, is selling NFTs to fund a new “secret project.” The NFTs of tweets from his now-banned stream are intended to raise funds for what Watkins has called “a critical project to help America.” 

Someone clearly doesn’t think everything is in “good shape.”

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