If you've been in Bitcoin for a while and you feel like you've outgrown all the newbie content out there, then Bitcoin Takeover Podcast is here to help you take your knowledge to the next level. Through Bitcoin Takeover, you're going to find out about people who work on some of the most innovative and interesting projects in the space. You'll also hear stories from OGs who talk about Bitcoin in the early days. And while the show won't give you investment advice and will never tell you what to do with your money, you may use it to discover great Bitcoin projects & companies in which you can invest. Hop on the Bitcoin Takeover train, there's still a lot to learn and discover!
After Wasabi 2.0 launched, what's next for Bitcoin privacy? Max Hillebrand, CEO of ZK Snacks (the company which develops Wasabi) tells us why the Wabisabi protocol is such a big deal, what kind of challenges lie ahead & what is on the development roadmap.
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Mike Jarmuz is a Bitcoin VC, best known as a co-founder of Lightning Ventures. However, in this interview we don't talk about any of that. Instead, we express our mutual love for Bob Dylan's music and share experiences from various concerts we attended.
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Bumbee is the Bitcoin version of content monetization platforms such as Patreon & OnlyFans. It offers lower fees, a better form of money that can't be censored & the promise of fairness. In this episode, Chris (OB_HODL) explains how Bumbee helps creators.
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Viktor Vecsei is the COO of IVPN – a VPN service which takes privacy very seriously and also accepts payments via on-chain bitcoin and Lightning. In this episode, Viktor talks about what VPN services do, explains their limitations & compares their offers
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Max Keidun is best known as a contributor to HodlHodl and co-organizer of the Baltic Honeybadger conference. But this year in Riga, he announced a new project: DebiFi, a bitcoin lending aggregator which helps take loans & borrow money without custodians.
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Max Hampshire is responsible for developer relations at Nym – an internet privacy project which makes use of Chaumian mixnets in order to break the link between data packets. It's one of the most promising projects & definitely one worth learning about.
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Kristaps Kaupe (Lord Kristaps) is an open source contributor who works on a handful of Bitcoin projects. Most notably, he is a maintainer of JoinMarket & a contributor to Bitcoin Core, RaspiBolt & SatSale. In this episode, he talks about privacy & more.
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On the last day of Baltic Honeybadger 2022, BIP 300 creator and advocate Paul Sztorc joins the show to provide a summary of his two panels on Drivechaina and unpopular Bitcoin opinions. When he doesn't explain technical concepts, Paul makes funny jokes.
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This interview is the result of 2 separate recordings which took place in August and October 2022: in the first one, Christian Rootzoll talks about what's new with RaspiBlitz. In the second part, Matthew Croughan joins to talk about integrating NixOS.
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Lisa Neigut (@niftynei) works on Lightning network projects at Blockstream. In this interview, she provides some practical advice on running your own Core Lightning node on a home device. Also, she explains what happened to LND lately.
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