The CryptoMarketsWiki Podcast Episode 10: Blowing off Steem

Matt Raebel

Matt Raebel

Editor

In their last recorded episode in-studio before JLN’s staff switched to work-from-home mode, Matt and Thom sat down to discuss how the epidemic is affecting the crypto markets, India’s lift on cryptocurrency trading, the Steemit/TRON controversy, and more.

Topics

00:42 – Coronavirus causes the stock market to crash; bitcoin’s price plummets
03:40 – India’s supreme court lifts ban on cryptocurrency
06:22 – National stablecoins are not necessarily good for crypto adoption
09:42 – TRON’s hostile takeover of the STEEM blockchain
15:03 – Libra update: Tagomi joins the Libra Association

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