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12-13-13 -- Erik Voorhees - Gregg Tivnan - Paul Rosenberg - (VIDEO & MP3 LOADED)

Erik Voorhees (Coinapult, BitInstant) provides an update on Bitcoin - Gregg Tivnan on prepping, surviving the collapse - Paul Rosenberg (Freeman's Perspective) provides Insights on Economic Freedom, Independence, American History, Education and Life

Program Date:  Friday, December 13, 2013
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12-13-13 -- Erik Voorhees - Gregg Tivnan - Paul Rosenberg - (VIDEO & MP3 LOADED)

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HOUR ONE

Media Type: Audio   •  Time: 192:0 Mins and Secs
Guests Erik Voorhees
Topics BitInstant , Coinapult


 
Hour 1 -- Erik Voorhees (Coinapult, BitInstant) provides an update on Bitcoin
 
Hour 2 -- Gregg Tivnan on prepping, surviving the collapse
 
Hour 3 -- Paul Rosenberg (Freeman's Perspective) provides Insights on Economic Freedom, Independence, American History, Education and Life; Gregg Tivnan stays on thru the hour to discuss Paul's article We Should All Be Like the Hippies in this One Way

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Erik Voorhees
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JPMorgan files patent application on ‘Bitcoin killer’

Last week, Bank of America released a surprisingly upbeat report on Bitcoin, essentially proclaiming it the next big thing. Yet most Americans know little about the new electronic currency, which has experience especially volatile trading in the past month.

The e-currency soared to a new high of $1,242 on Nov. 29, according to bitcoincharts.com. With over 12 million coins in “circulation,” that meant nearly $15 billion in bitcoins were being traded on the Internet -- an amount that exceeds the value of the entire currency stock of countries like Ethiopia, Iceland, Nepal and 90 other countries, according to 2012 estimates by the CIA’s World Fact Book.


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U.S. Government Nastygram Shuts Down One-Man Bitcoin Mint
 

Mike Caldwell spent years turning digital currency into physical coins. That may sound like a paradox. But it’s true. He takes bitcoins — the world’s most popular digital currency — and then he mints them here in the physical world. If you added up all the bitcoins Caldwell has minted on behalf of his customers, they would be worth about $82 million.

Basically, these physical bitcoins are novelty items. But by moving the digital currency into the physical realm, he also prevents hackers from stealing the stuff via an online attack. Or at least he did. His run as the premiere bitcoin minter may be at an end. Caldwell has been put on notice by the feds.

Just before Thanksgiving, he says, he received a letter from the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, or FINCEN, the arm of the Treasury Department that dictates how the nation’s anti-money-laundering and financial crime regulations are interpreted. According to FINCEN, Caldwell needs to rethink his business. “They considered my activity to be money transmitting,” Caldwell says. And if you want to transmit money, you must first jump through a lot of state and federal regulatory hoops Caldwell hasn’t jumped through.

Caldwell has stopped taking orders for his popular Casascius bitcoins, which have become one of the most recognizable images of the thoroughly intangible digital currency

Because the process is so complicated, Caldwell has stopped taking orders for his popular Casascius bitcoins — which have become one of the most recognizable images of the thoroughly intangible digital currency. In recent months, the feds have cracked down on many other bitcoin operations in similar ways, including Mt. Gox, the most prominent online bitcoin exchange. But Caldwell’s case is a little different. He doesn’t think he transmits money.

Caldwell doesn’t accept U.S. dollars or any type of fiat currency. You send him bitcoins via the internet, and he sends you back metal coins via the U.S. Postal Service. To spend bitcoins, you need a secret digital key — a string of numbers and letters — and when Caldwell makes the coins, he hides this key behind a tamper-resistant strip.

So long as you can keep your Casascius bitcoins safe, nobody can learn the key. To date, Caldwell has minted nearly 90,000 bitcoins in various denominations. That’s worth about $82 million at today’s exchange rate.

Caldwell takes a fee of about $50 on each coin he mints, but he argues that sending the coins through the mail is not a way of transmitting money. He thinks the coins should be viewed as collectibles.


 




 
HOUR TWO
Guests Gregg Tivnan

Topics Surviving the Collapse , Prepping to survive


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Gregg Tivnan
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HOUR THREE
Guests Paul Rosenberg , Paul Rosenberg

Topics FreemansPerspective.Com


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Paul Rosenberg - Freeman's Perspective
Gregg Tivnan
Discussion of Paul's recently published article,  We Should All Be Like the Hippies in this One Way
 
 
 
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