ABOUT THIS PODCAST

The Bitcoin Podcast Network is an independent media organization since 2015. A daily collection of long form conversations, in the form of a podcasts where the world's leading thinkers and doers give us a slice of their perspective. Look for talks on Cryptocurrency, Blockchain Technology, Global Issues and much more.
Founded by Marcello Milteer, Demetrick Ferguson and Dr. Corey Petty.
English
United States
482 episodes
since Jul, 2015

LATEST EPISODE

Revolutionary! On this episode we have the brilliant Dr. Gün Sirer to whet our appetites for Avalanche, a new category of consensus protocol. He distinguishes Avalanche from Paxos/RAFT systems, blockchain, and traditional gossip networks to show how this new algorithm prevents double spends while allowing for high throughput (early tests supporting over 1200 tx/s). We learn about his new coin, Ava, which will test the limits of Avalanche's public consensus on a global scale! The future is exciting!
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