Blockchain is a technology that will disrupt nearly every industry. We explore one industry in every episode.
How will blockchain change art, music, or online advertising? What projects are already underway? Listen to find out.
Hosted by Matt Aaron & Blake Moore. Part of the Bitcoin.com podcast network.
United States
52 episodes
since Feb, 2018


I like to call prediction markets a "bitcoin within bitcoin". A fascinating use case that takes a little while to wrap your head around. But once you get it, a lightbulb clicks. We brought on Ryan Berckmans who recently sold Predictions.Global. Ryan is currently working with the Forecast Foundation, a group that guides Augur, the premier decentralized prediction market. Ryan has a diverse background, and we got a glimpse into his background as well as a primer on the decentralized prediction market and what the future implications are. While the main use case is sports betting, we anticipate more use cases to emerge in the near future. Here is part one.
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