Oct 30, 2020
The 2 Types of Investors Driving Interest in Crypto - Ep.149
36 min

Matt Hougan, chief investment officer of Bitwise Asset Management, discusses a milestone Bitwise reached this week -- hitting $100 million in assets under management. He also covered

  • what has been driving interest in Bitwise products
  • the two types of customers who have been especially interested in purchasing crypto assets this year and why
  • what this says about the maturation of the industry compared to during the 2017 bubble
  • how conversations with Bitwise customers have changed since then
  • what impact this week's bullish JPMorgan research note about Bitcoin could have on investors and why it was so significant
  • what the significance will be of the integration of bitcoin, ether and other cryptocurrencies by PayPal next year 
  • how Microstrategy and Square putting Bitcoin on their balance sheets will pave the way for other corporations to do so
  • how the new Fed policy of targeting an average 2% inflation rate could affect Bitcoin
  • how recent regulatory actions, such as with BitMEX, affect the likelihood of a Bitcoin ETF being approved in the next few years
  • how a company like Bitwise, which interfaces with traditional investors, creates viable investment vehicles around DeFi for its clientele
  • what a Trump win vs. a Biden win could mean for the crypto industry


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Episode links:

Matt Hougan: https://twitter.com/Matt_Hougan

Bitwise: https://www.bitwiseinvestments.com


Bitwise reaches $100 million in AUM: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/bitwise-surpasses-100-million-in-assets-under-management-due-to-rising-demand-for-crypto-from-hedge-funds-and-financial-advisors-301161317.html?tc=eml_cleartime


JPMorgan research note on Bitcoin: https://fortune.com/2020/10/26/jp-morgan-chase-bitcoin-predictions-analyst-jpm-cryptocurrency/



Matt's piece on the significance of the OCC letter giving banks the authority to custody crypto assets: https://www.forbes.com/sites/matthougan/2020/07/27/the-occs-notice-on-crypto-is-a-really-big-deal/


Matt's essay on how the Fed's new approach to inflation could affect Bitcoin: https://www.forbes.com/sites/matthougan/2020/09/22/this-new-fed-policy-could-be-a-game-changer-for-bitcoin/


Matt's post on DeFi: https://www.forbes.com/sites/matthougan/2020/07/13/why-ethereum-has-valuethe--opportunity-in-programmable-money--defi/#67e88a364818


News Recap:


Laura Shin
Everything You Need to Know About the Looming Battle Over Privacy in Crypto - Ep.199
Jake Chervinsky, general counsel at Compound Labs, and Kristin Smith, executive director of The Blockchain Association, talk about the storm brewing in the cryptosphere involving self-custody and privacy. In this episode, they cover: * the differences between hosted and self-hosted wallets and how transactions between them differ * why the ability to transact from self-hosted wallets is so important * compliance and regulation in the traditional financial world and how it could affect self-custody * the “Swiss rule” and what it could mean for the rest of the world * the proposal by FinCEN to lower the threshold for collecting data on transactions from $3,000 to $250 * how regulators might achieve their goals without “dragnet” surveillance * how the amount of crime and money laundering in the traditional financial system compares to that in the crypto world * why OTC brokers are considered the most significant money laundering risk in crypto, and how that risk might be mitigated * how different political environments can influence the value of peer to peer transactions * whether Americans should be willing to give up some of their financial privacy in favor of security * what the recent statement by the DOJ's cryptocurrency enforcement framework labeling anonymous transactions as "high-risk activity indicative of possible criminal conduct" could mean for privacy coins like Monero and Zcash * Gary Gensler's appointment as head of Biden's financial policy transition team and whether to view it as a positive or negative for crypto * whether they think the incoming Congress will be in favor of more surveillance or more privacy * whether there might eventually be regulations for developers who write code for self-hosted wallets * how potential rules regarding self-custody could affect non-monetary items like NFTs * and the next big developments they are watching out for regarding this issue Thank you to our sponsor! Crypto.com: http://crypto.com Episode links: Jake Chervinsky: https://twitter.com/jchervinsky Compound Labs: https://compound.finance Kristin Smith: https://twitter.com/kmsmithdc The Blockchain Association: https://theblockchainassociation.org/ https://twitter.com/BlockchainAssn FinCen NPRM: https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2020/10/27/2020-23756/threshold-for-the-requirement-to-collect-retain-and-transmit-information-on-funds-transfers-and Coin Center commentary on lowering FinCEN threshold: https://www.coincenter.org/app/uploads/2020/10/Coin-Center-Comment-FinCEN-FRB-250-threshold.pdf Unchained episode about the FATF travel rule: https://unchainedpodcast.com/why-the-travel-rule-is-one-of-the-most-significant-regulations-in-crypto/ The choice of Gary Gensler to lead the financial policy transition team: https://www.wsj.com/livecoverage/trump-biden-election-day-2020/card/peMRHGPJasECSPLezSFx https://www.coindesk.com/biden-confirms-gary-gensler-will-lead-financial-policy-transition-team Shapeshift delists Zcash: https://www.coindesk.com/shapeshift-delists-privacy-coin-zcash-over-regulatory-concerns Jessie Liu interview on Unchained: https://unchainedpodcast.com/what-you-need-to-know-about-the-dojs-cryptocurrency-enforcement-framework/
1 hr 10 min
40 - WTF Happened in 2020? | Meltem Demirors
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1 hr 41 min
Uncommon Core
Uncommon Core
Uncommon Core
#14: Interview with a Spartan
Today, I’m not only joined by a very special guest, but the format of this episode is highly unusual as well! I interviewed the man who goes by the name @DegenSpartan on Twitter and who is one of the biggest and most enigmatic Defi investors there is. I have wanted to have him on for a long time, but there was one problem: DegenSpartan, or DS in short, is fully pseudonymous and did not even want to have his voice known. So we looked for a solution and ended up doing a text interview instead. Then I got Patrick McCorry (@paddypisa on Twitter) to speak the part of DS in the final recording, while I spoke my own part. At this point, I want to give a huge thank you to everyone who reached out to us on Twitter and offered their help to make this episode a reality. I get that this isn’t your average podcast, and you can go and read the text interview instead if you want, but I think Paddy did a fantastic job and the final product came out great. Please enjoy! Discussed in this interview: DS: Degenerate or prudent investor? How he managed to recognize (and sell) the top in Defi His approach to investing Becoming Synthetix' patient zero Why he dislikes Maker, YFI, and governance tokens in general and more! Links: Subscribe to our mailing list for transcripts and other bonus content: https://uncommoncore.co/  DegenSpartan https://twitter.com/DegenSpartan Hasu https://twitter.com/hasufl  Patrick McCorry (as DS): https://twitter.com/paddypisa
38 min
What Bitcoin Did
What Bitcoin Did
Peter McCormack
The Case for Bitcoin with Dan McArdle
“Bitcoin was born in the great financial crisis but was just a toy. Now, we have another crisis with similar monetary outcomes, and it’s not a toy anymore, it is the escape valve now.” — Dan McArdle Location: Squadcast Date: Thursday 12th November Company: Messari Crypto Role: Co-Founder With the Bitcoin pricing sitting at around $17.5K, up from $4k in March, Bitcoin has had an incredible year.  With institutional investors starting to take note, unprecedented monetary and fiscal policy highlighting the importance of sound money and corporations adding Bitcoin to their treasuries, the outlook is very bullish. With such a rapidly evolving market, it is hard to keep track of everything that is happening. To help with this Dan McArdle has created CaseBitcoin; a website that compiles information and resources on the different value propositions of Bitcoin, its price history in comparison to critical markets & traditional assets and provides a library of some of the best articles and literature on Bitcoin. In this interview, I am joined by the creator of casebitcoin.com, Dan McArdle. We discuss the current bull market, comparisons to 2017, the current economic climate and how newcomers to Bitcoin can navigate the space. This episode’s sponsors: Kraken - The best place to buy, sell & trade Bitcoin BlockFi - The future of Bitcoin financial services Sportsbet.io - Online sportsbook & casino that accepts Bitcoin Casa - The leading provider of Bitcoin multisig key security. ----- WBD280 - Show Notes ----- If you enjoy The What Bitcoin Did Podcast you can help support the show by doing the following: Become a Patron and get access to shows early or help contribute Make a tip: Bitcoin: 3FiC6w7eb3dkcaNHMAnj39ANTAkv8Ufi2S QR Codes: Bitcoin If you do send a tip then please email me so that I can say thank you Subscribe on iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | YouTube | Deezer | TuneIn | RSS Feed Leave a review on iTunes Share the show and episodes with your friends and family Subscribe to the newsletter on my website Follow me on Twitter Personal | Twitter Podcast | Instagram | Medium | YouTube If you are interested in sponsoring the show, you can read more about that here or please feel free to drop me an email to discuss options.
The Scoop
The Scoop
The Block
NYSE vice chairman: Talks are 'accelerating' with crypto firms that want to go public
Despite the uncertainty of the global economy in 2020, the New York Stock Exchange has had a strong year, helping companies raise more than $66 billion.  In many respects, it has been the year of Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs), according to vice chairman John Tuttle. This year, firms have raised billions through the acquisition-style mechanism. During this episode of The Scoop, Tuttle — who previously led NYSE's global listings business — explained why the fundraising method has taken the markets by storm and how they've evolved from a lackluster funding mechanism to a red-hot fad on Wall Street.  "Let's look back ten years or so, SPACs were a four letter word, they didn't have the best reputation, the sponsors didn't necessarily have the best interest in mind of investors in the market place," Tuttle said. He went on to explain: "And they largely fell out of favor. Several years ago you started seeing some rule changes around SPACs to address some of those challenges that SPACs had a decade or so ago and you started seeing higher qualities sponsors come into market.What do I mean by that? Folks that—whether it be the Goldman Sachs or the Gores Groups of the world. Folks that had very well-respected reputations in the marketplace both as financial partners but business partners as well too. You started seeing deals be larger in size. You started see well respected names launch SPACs and partner with SPACs and partner with SPACs, and that's what gave credibility to the product." Indeed, some crypto firms have been considering SPAC-centric strategies, including BlockFi and Ripple. There's also firms like Coinbase, which is said to be in the process of going public in the near-term, as previously reported by Reuters.  Tuttle says that the exchange group is talking with crypto firms about tapping into public markets.  "It has been a space that's been of interest for quite some time," he said. "We've had discussion with companies that have been thinking about accessing the public market, from that space, crypto blockchain digital assets." "Those conversations continue, they're accelerating," he added. "And I also think that digital assets, crypto are going to play somehow somewhere some way an important role in the market of the future." _________________________________ This episode was brought to you by Polkadot Decoded, the Polkadot community conference on December the 3rd. Don’t miss this opportunity to tap into the latest developments and discover what lies ahead in the Polkadot ecosystem, including Gavin Wood in conversation with Laura Shin and a panel moderated by The Defiant founder Camila Russo. . Save your spot today!
32 min
Epicenter - Learn about Crypto, Blockchain, Ethereum, Bitcoin and Distributed Technologies
Epicenter - Learn about Crypto, Blockchain, Ethereum, Bitcoin and Distributed Technologies
Epicenter Media Ltd.
Trent McConaghy: Ocean Protocol – The Platform Making Waves in the Data Industry
Data is a huge industry, worth about $500 billion in Europe alone. And currently there's a fundamental misalignment between those creating data and those consuming it. There's a one direction value flow in terms of those who are providing the value (the data) and those extracting it. These are big tech platforms that typically use that data to sell signals and advertising to brands and merchants. This is referred to as a shadow data economy and it's time to flip this model on its head. Ocean Protocol is a platform which creates data marketplaces, providing an alternative to the current model. Data providers can sell their data to the platform to whoever wants to buy it and that data set is represented as a token. The value is a function of the usefulness of that data. This creates a much more equitable market where value flow is more cyclical than one directional. Trent McConaghy, Founder of Ocean Protocol, joins us to chat about the platform. They have just released V3 which has seen the introduction of the data token, the Ocean Market, and a new home on the Ethereum Mainchain. Topics covered in this episode: * Trent’s background and long history of building blockchain products * The business models built around data and the “Shadow Data Economy” * What Ocean Protocol is and what it achieves * Technical components and stakeholders in the Ocean Protocol * Staking and providing liquidity for datatoken markets * The Ocean Market and activity since the launch * Ocean Protocol and its compliance with privacy regulations like GDPR * Ocean Protocol V3 and migrating from a sidechain to the mainnet * The future of Ocean Protocol and the potential for data stream markets Episode links: * Ocean Protocol website * Ocean V3 release * Episode 78 - Ascribe – The Internet of Ownership * Episode 126 - BigchainDB – Scalable Public Distributed Databases * Episode 184 - IPDB – The Interplanetary Database and its Applications in AI * Ocean Protocol on Twitter * Trent on Twitter This episode is hosted by Sebastien Couture. Show notes and listening options: epicenter.tv/366
1 hr 20 min
Bitcoin Audible (previously the cryptoconomy)
Bitcoin Audible (previously the cryptoconomy)
Guy Swann
Guy's Take #37 - Dear James Woods, Sincerely Guy Swann
"All you can do with Bitcoin once you buy it is sell it, but you need somebody else to buy it from you." - Peter Schiff James Woods shared a tweet with what is, in the end, a generally rational skepticism and common initial impression of Bitcoin. From an article at Fox Business, that based its argument on a few quotes from the king and queen of Bitcoin trolls, Peter Schiff and Nouriel Roubini. "You can't do anything with it but sell it," they claim, "its a huge scam and pump and dump" they added. As a Bitcoiner I would obviously argue this is completely false, but its not easy at first to see why, and it takes a huge amount of history, and close scrutiny to see the bigger picture. That's why in this episode, I hope to answer the article, and maybe shed some light on why its views are wrong. Maybe James will listen to it, maybe not, but hopefully some skeptic out there can find value in hearing answers to very common, but ultimately very wrong views as to what Bitcoin is. Todays episode, I get into all of it, with "Dear James Woods." The tweet and article in question: https://twitter.com/RealJamesWoods/status/1329513077654528002?s=20 As mentioned, a brilliant and extensive series hitting so many of these concepts in far greater detail, by the amazing author Parker Lewis, is the Gradually, Then Suddenly, series. The playlist of the full series can be found at the link below: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4NRn7e8FbNtoCLSigf8GV4?si=0ezq3gTvS8CAKMmxYdhA1w A huge thanks to our awesome sponsors! Hexa Wallet for an excellent, feature-rich mobile Bitcoin wallet. It brings multiple accounts and built in transaction batching so you can send Bitcoin to your lightning wallet, a friend, and to your cold storage all at once to save on fees! Hexawallet.io ...And for your cold storage we have the excellent BitBox02 from ShiftCrypto. A simple, Swiss made, open source, secure hardware wallet that makes it super easy to have secure, reliable cold storage savings for the long term Bitcoin holder. guyswann.com/bitbox Check them out and let them know I sent you! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thecryptoconomy/message
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Zero Knowledge
Zero Knowledge
Fredrik Harrysson, Anna Rose
Episode 156: Stateless Validation with Alin Tomescu
In this week’s episode, Anna and Fredrik chat with Alin Tomescu (https://twitter.com/alinush407), a post-doc researcher at VMWare Research Group (https://research.vmware.com/reserchers/alin-tomescu), about the concept of stateless systems. Specifically, they explore his work on stateless validation, why this would be desirable and what is the state of the research around this topic. Have a look at Alin’s previous zkStudy Club episodes: zkStudyClub: Alin Tomescu on authenticated dictionaries and cross-incremental proof (dis)aggregation (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrgeQJioCI8) & zkStudyClub: Aggregatable Subvector Commitments with Alin Tomescu (VMWare Research) (https://youtu.be/KGRnpjPjduI) This episode is packed full of info and Alin shared an amazing list of resources to help navigate this : RMCI17e, Improving Authenticated Dynamic Dictionaries, with Applications to Cryptocurrencies (https://eprint.iacr.org/2016/994), Leonid Reyzin and Dmitry Meshkov and Alexander Chepurnoy and Sasha Ivanov CPZ18, Edrax: A Cryptocurrency with Stateless Transaction Validation (https://eprint.iacr.org/2018/968), 2018, Alexander Chepurnoy and Charalampos Papamanthou and Yupeng Zhang BBF18, Batching Techniques for Accumulators with Applications to IOPs and Stateless Blockchains (https://eprint.iacr.org/2018/1188), 2018, Dan Boneh and Benedikt Bünz and Ben Fisch Tome20, How to Keep a Secret and Share a Public Key (Using Polynomial Commitments) (https://alinush.github.io/papers/phd-thesis-mit2020.pdf), 2020, Tomescu, Alin, CFG+20, [Vector Commitment Techniques and Applications to Verifiable Decentralized Storage](https://eprint.iacr.org/2020/149], 2020, Matteo Campanelli and Dario Fiore and Nicola Greco and Dimitris Kolonelos and Luca Nizzardo GRWZ20, Pointproofs: Aggregating Proofs for Multiple Vector Commitments (https://eprint.iacr.org/2020/419), 2020, Sergey Gorbunov and Leonid Reyzin and Hoeteck Wee and Zhenfei Zhang TAB+20e, Aggregatable Subvector Commitments for Stateless Cryptocurrencies (https://eprint.iacr.org/2020/527), 2020, Alin Tomescu and Ittai Abraham and Vitalik Buterin and Justin Drake and Dankrad Feist and Dmitry Khovratovich LGG+20, Aardvark: A Concurrent Authenticated Dictionary with Short Proofs (https://eprint.iacr.org/2020/975), 2020, Derek Leung and Yossi Gilad and Sergey Gorbunov and Leonid Reyzin and Nickolai Zeldovich AR20, KVaC: Key-Value Commitments for Blockchains and Beyond (https://eprint.iacr.org/2020/1161), 2020, Shashank Agrawal and Srinivasan Raghuraman TXN20, Authenticated Dictionaries with Cross-Incremental Proof (Dis)aggregation (https://eprint.iacr.org/2020/1239), 2020, Alin Tomescu and Yu Xia and Zachary Newman zkSummit6 is happening on Nov 23-24 2020 - grab your spot: https://www.zksummit.com/ Thanks to this week's sponsor Parity Technologies (https://www.parity.io/). Check out Polkadot Decoded (https://decoded.polkadot.network/?utm_source=zeroknowledge.fm&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=decoded&utm_content=zk+podcast+info) happening on December 3rd. This free online event is the Polkadot community conference and the first Polkadot gathering since the multi-chain network’s launch and decentralization. Featuring a full program of talks on all aspects of Polkadot by the teams building the network’s core technology, as well as those building ecosystem parachains, applications, and cross-network bridges Whether you’re new to Polkadot or an experienced Polkadot community member, be sure to learn the latest and future developments in the Polkadot ecosystem and connect with the Polkadot community. Check out the full program for Polkadot Decoded and register for free at decoded.polkadot.network (https://decoded.polkadot.network/?utm_source=zeroknowledge.fm&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=decoded&utm_content=zk+podcast+info) Thanks again Parity Technologies! If you like what we do: Follow us on Twitter - @zeroknowledgefm -https://twitter.com/zeroknowledgefm Join us on Telegram -https://t.me/joinchat/B81tQ57-ThZg8yOSx5gjA Catch us on Youtube -https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYWsYz5cKw4wZ9Mpe4kuMg Read up on the r/ZKPodcast subreddit -https://www.reddit.com/r/zkpodcast Give us feedback! -https://forms.gle/iKMSrVtcAn6BByH6A Support our Gitcoin Grant -https://gitcoin.co/grants/329/zero-knowledge-podcast-2 Support us on the ZKPatreon -https://www.patreon.com/zeroknowledge Or directly here: ETH: 0xC0FFEE1B5083230a5154F55f253B6b6ae8F29B1a BTC: 1cafekGa3podM4fBxPSQc6RCEXQNTK8Zz ZEC: t1R2bujRF3Hzte9ALHpMJvY8t5kb9ut9SpQ
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The Decrypt Daily: Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency News Podcast
The Decrypt Daily: Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency News Podcast
Matthew Aaron: Bitcoin, Ethereum Litecoin, XRP, Decrypt, Cryptocurrency News
Nov 23: Sergey Nazarov, Co-founder of Chainlink on Flash Loan Attacks
Follow The Decrypt Daily Twitter: @decryptmedia Website: Decrypt.co Follow me on : Twitter: @MatthewADiemer IG: @MatthewADiemer FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/thedecryptdaily FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thedecryptdaily Email: MatthewAaron@Decrypt.co —————————————————————— Links: Link to the blog post to the section Sergey flagged: https://blog.chain.link/the-importance-of-data-quality-for-defi/#the-major-risks-of-improperly-leveraging-oracle-flexibility-when-sourcing-data Link to a section of the Ethereal video: https://youtu.be/UAP6--JTAlU?t=1296 Fake Ethereum Tokens Net $53,000 in Just 30 Minutes https://decrypt.co/49208/fake-ethereum-tokens-net-53000-in-just-30-minutes Ethereum 2.0 is Halfway to Launch—But Delay Still Likely https://decrypt.co/49200/ethereum-2-0-is-halfway-to-launch-but-delay-still-likely How a Bitcoin Shortage Could Be Good for Crypto Investors https://decrypt.co/49167/are-we-going-to-run-out-of-bitcoin CipherTrace Files Patents For Tech That Can Trace Monero Transactions https://decrypt.co/49182/ciphertrace-files-patents-for-tech-that-traces-monero-transactions —————————————————————— Music: Say Good Night by Joakim Karud https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 Free Download / Stream: http://bit.ly/2RzhBOn Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/SZkVShypKgM Here comes the money https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0ZpesMYF6A https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n695sgmV3EQ No copyright epic action music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anlLbQeq8tA (Free) Non-Copyrighted Background Music! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5o_0BoTvWg —————————————————————— Financial Disclosure: Matthew Aaron is a holder of cryptocurrencies, digital assets, and other stocks. *** this is not financial or legal advice*** © Copyright 2020 Matthew Aaron Podcasts LLC All Rights Reserved
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