Simon's back in the studio joined by a very distant Colin to talk about the latest and greatest news in blockchain.
Core Ethereum devs push Constantinople upgrade out 6 weeks; ProgPoW decision put on hold 00:52
Sara Feenan explains it all 02:35
Was Bitcoin Really Manipulated 08:55
Beyond the doomsday economics of "proof-of-work" in cryptocurrencies 13:33
ING are working in partnership with R3 18:45
Ford to use Blockchain in pilot to trace cobalt mined in Congo 19:50
Binance targets EU-UK traders with new fiat-to-crypto exchange 23:03
OECD: ICOs Have Financing Benefits But Aren’t a Mainstream Option 25:28
Wyoming Bill Would Clear the Way for Crypto Custody at Banks 29:35
We've got a great Tweet of the Week from BeamPrivacy on Beam's blockchain stopping 33:57
All this and so much more on this week's episode of Blockchain Insider. And why not send us your best tweets? See if you can get a shout out on the show!
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This week's episode of Blockchain Insider was produced by Laura Watkins and Petrit Berisha. Edited by Alex Woodhouse.
- Core Ethereum devs push Constantinople upgrade out 6 weeks; ProgPoW decision put on hold - The Block
- Was Bitcoin Really Manipulated? - The Block
- Beyond the doomsday economics of "proof-of-work" in cryptocurrencies
- Ford to use blockchain in pilot to trace cobalt mined in Congo | Financial Times
- Binance Targets EU, UK Traders With New Fiat-to-Crypto Exchange - CoinDesk
- OECD: ICOs Have Financing Benefits But Aren't a Mainstream Option - CoinDesk
- Wyoming Bill Would Clear the Way for Crypto Custody at Banks - CoinDesk