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The Crypto Beat
11 minutes | Aug 26, 2019
Should policing digital crime be decentralised?
This episode considers what free market alternatives there might be to centralised policing of digital crime. It is a high level look at the subject and will be revisited in future episodes. The ideas being detailed are influenced by the essay "The Private Production of Defense" by Hans Hermann Hoppe, if you want to investigate the subject further I recommend reading this. You can follow me on twitter (@ArchBak1) or email me at email@example.com
14 minutes | Aug 16, 2019
This episode examines law enforcement's response to Bitcoin ATM's and how they provide both benefits and negatives to criminal actors. It also identifies potential reasons for why Bitcoin ATM's are a legitimate financial tool despite law enforcement's concerns. If you could help support the show by following me on twitter (@ArchBak1) and leaving a review on a podcast platform that would be hugely beneficial to the development of this podcast. Any feedback or questions please let me know via twitter or firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for listening!
14 minutes | Aug 10, 2019
Welcome to episode 8 of The Crypto Beat, This week I’m on my own so I'm going to read a snapshot from an academic piece written on the ethical issues of blockchain analysis by law enforcement. We will follow up with a discussion on this in a future episode. The rest of the article looks at how these potential issues can be managed by law enforcement. If you would like a copy of the complete article let me know at email@example.com and I will send it to you. If you like the show please rate & review on your favourite podcast platform. You can also follow and contact me on Twitter @ArchBak. Thank you for listening, have a great week!
35 minutes | Aug 2, 2019
Current and future responses to crime involving cryptocurrencies
In this episode we offer out thoughts and opinions on how well equipped digital crime investigators are in tackling crime of this nature. We also discuss aspects of crime prevention and look to the future of how crime could be impacted by cryptocurrencies. The show is our thoughts and opinions alone, they are not endorsed by or necessarily representative of any establishment or entity. If you could leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice that would be hugely appreciated. Any shout outs on social media would also be great. If you have any feedback or want to get in touch you reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org
35 minutes | Jul 26, 2019
Challenges to investigating cryptocurrencies
In this episode we offer our opinions on what challenges law enforcement faces when investigating cryptocurrencies. We look at what hampers investigators and what can be done to educate people so they do not become a victim of such crime. Feedback on the episode is welcome, you can contact us at email@example.com. If you enjoy the episode and could leave a review on a podcast platform that would really help in attracting a wider audience. Unfortunately the building used for the recording had a fire alarm test half way through the discussion! This has been edited out but it does momentarily break up the conversation.
40 minutes | Jul 18, 2019
Cryptocurrencies facilitating fraud
Much time and attention is spent on discussing ICO's as being scams and exit frauds like Bitconnect. However these issues are not the pressing concern for most of those who fall victim to fraud involving cryptocurrencies. More often than not these victims have been tricked by individuals who have used cryptocurrencies as a means of money laundering. This episode looks at some of these frauds being facilitated by cryptocurrencies, the tactics used and what might be done to help stop them. If you have any feedback please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and if you can leave us a review on iTunes etc. that would be great.
21 minutes | Jul 15, 2019
Lightning Network and Dark Net Markets
This episode considers if the Bitcoin Lightning network could bring about a shift in the operating model of dark net markets should it be broadly adopted. If you have any feedback please reach out at email@example.com. It would also be much appreciated if you could leave a review on your favourite podcast platform. This can help others to find the show and increase the audience of the podcast.
27 minutes | Jul 10, 2019
Central Bank Digital Currencies
In this episode we attempt to discuss the recent announcement by the Bank of International Settlements on Central Bank Digital Currencies. The topic of economics may be beyond our abilities but we have given it a try! Any feedback is welcome, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
30 minutes | Jun 27, 2019
This is a change in format as I will be joined by a second person today to start a series of discussions on various topics involving cryptocurrency. In particular this week we look at the originals of Bitcoin and its implications. We are actively seeking feedback on the podcast to help improve the quality of it. If you can provide some comments please feel free to email email@example.com
12 minutes | Jun 23, 2019
Newsletter and input on Grin
The episode outlines some follow up to the weekly newsletter and provides a brief insight into the cryptocurrency Grin. This will be become a feature of the podcast with a different cryptocurrency being covered each week.
11 minutes | Jun 6, 2019
Crypto Beat Episode 1
Welcome to the first episode of the Crypto Beat podcast. This podcast looks at the subject of cryptocurrency from a legislative/regulatory point of view. Each episode is aimed at providing a short input on topics taken from our weekly newsletter. There will also be episodes on subjects chosen by listeners and specials based on particular themes.
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