A technology podcast from CoinStructive
We are proud to announce the inaugural episode of LAB Radio, Learn About Bitcoin and Learn About Blockchain. This show emerged organically from within the CoinStructive team as a way to document various subject matter around this new technology.
Subject matter like: What is Bitcoin and the Blockchain, Compliance, Smart Contracts, 2 Factor Authentication, Altcoins, Multi-disciplinary Use Cases, and how this Technology will change society.
Guests have included: Paul Snow of Factom, Mate Tokay of Bitcoinist, Pamela Morgan of Third Key Solutions, Eric Larcheveque of Ledger, Diego Gutierrez Zaldivar of Rootstock.io, Joe Colangelo of Executive Consumer Research and many many other innovative and bright individuals doing exceptional work.
For full episodes, show notes and more please visit: http://www.coinstructive.com/blog
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