3: Cryptocurrency / Bitcoin and Government policy
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Show Notes This week, we talk on one topic, Crypto currencies, specifically bitcoin. We think we kept the lingo simple and in English rather than tech speak, and we talked about how government and traditional banking systems can stay relevant given Bitcoin's traction as a currency. Bitcoin Paper : Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System. Bitcoin & the IMF: Regulating Digital Currencies: Bringing Bitcoin within the Reach of the IMF How to get involved: Getting started with Bitcoin Reach out to us on Twitter: @timngwena & @ngwena1Sponsored By:Amazon Affiliate: Following the economic crisis of 2008 a website was registered by a computer programmer called Satoshi Nakamoto – bitcoin.org. A new form of money was born: electronic cash. Does Bitcoin have the potential to change how the world transacts financially? Does Bitcoin have the potential to change the world? Is it just a passing fad or is it a major scam? Dominic's new book explains what it is, how it came about and features interviews with some of…