The CryptoMarketsWiki Podcast Episode 1: Crypto 101: A Beginner’s Primer on Digital Assets

Matt Raebel

Matt Raebel

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Ever wonder where bitcoin came from, or who made it? How about, ‘what is a blockchain, and how does it work?’ John Lothian News Associate Editor Matt Raebel offers a crash-course in crypto for the inaugural episode of the CryptoMarketsWiki Podcast.

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Block.one

Spending some of the $4.1 billion it raised two years ago, Block.one is investing $100 million in a social media platform called Voice, set to debut in a year from now.

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