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Tap’s Top 5 Blockchain Podcasts

23rd August 2019

As much as we eat, sleep, and breathe crypto, we’re also captivated with the technology behind it. Blockchain poses an advance in technology, similar to that of the introduction of the internet. The technology is already spreading its way through multiple industries, and is said to be a formidable part of all trust economies moving forward. As our Prelaunch Event gets underway, we thought we’d continue the excitement with our take on the top 5 blockchain podcasts.

Find below our top picks on learning, discussing and uncovering the enormous benefits of this innovative technology:

5. Bitgenstein’s Table

Fully titled Bitgenstein’s Table: the Crypto Philosophy Podcast, this podcast is hosted Peter Keay, and sits at the intersection of where blockchain meets philosophy. He stays clear of hyped up, mainstream news stories and instead offers an alternative perspective to the long-term vision of blockchain. You can look forward to episodes like Buddhist Philosophy & the Blockchain Future and Heroes & Villains: Twoface, Alma Coin, Zimbabwe, and the SEC

4. Blockchain Innovation: Interviewing The Brightest Minds In Blockchain

This podcast series follows Frederick Manuawa, a blockchain consultant, interviewing – you guessed it – the brightest minds in blockchain. He takes a technical approach to looking at real life cases of implementing blockchain into various business models. You can borrow ideas from the esteemed executives, entrepreneurs and top academic guests on his show, including Jerry Cuomo (Vice President of Blockchain Technologies at IBM), Dr. Ben Goertzel (CEO and Founder of SingularityNET, an AI blockchain-based marketplace) and Anthony Di Iorio (CEO and Founder of Decentral, Jaxx, and co-founder of Ethereum).

3. The Bad Crypto Podcast

Bringing in an element of humour, the Bad Crypto podcast is hosted by marketing technologist Travis Wright and New York Times bestselling author, Joel Comm. Designed to educate and entertain crypto newbies, enthusiasts and everyone in between, this podcast is an informative and entertaining way to learn about blockchain and crypto. Look out for episodes such as Bitcoin Creator: Who is the Real Satoshi?: and Andreas M. Antonopoulos Drops Blockchain Knowledge Bombs.

2. Unchained

This podcast is led by former senior editor of Forbes and celebrated crypto journalist, Laura Shin. Her knowledge on all things blockchain and crypto is undeniable, and her interview style is direct and thorough. Unchained is informative, and great for all levels, from beginners to industry heavyweights. Speaking of which, her guests include the likes of Changpeng Zhao, the Winklevoss twins and Vitalik Buterin. “Your No-Hype Resource for All Things Crypto”. Look out for popular episodes such as How Binance Became the Most Popular Crypto Exchange in 5 Months and How Blockchains Can Help Create Little Democracies Everywhere. Shin also hosts another crypto podcast, Unconfirmed, which focuses more on news stories.

1. Blockchain Rock

Created to introduce a sense of intimacy between the blockchain and fintech community, and industry heavyweights. Blockchain Rock offers incisive interviews breaking down the stories, passions and visions for blockchain and fintech alike, from relevant global influencers and thought leaders. Heading the way in informative blockchain ideologies, listen to interviews with Anthony Provasoli a Tier 1 Fintech Lawyer by Chambers & Partners, and Kriya Patel, Managing Director at Transact Payments.

Get listening, learning, and let us know which are your favourite of our Top 5 blockchain podcasts on any of our social channels. And don’t forget to sign up to our Prelaunch Event if you haven’t done so already. Let’s tap into the future, together.


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