The CryptoMarketsWiki Podcast Episode 17: The Ripple Effect

Ripple, Michael Barr, SEC, DeFi, XRP, Bitmain, Jihan Wu, regulation, cryptocurrency, blockchain, Bakkt, Polkadot, IPO, pandemic, coronavirus, COVID-19,
Matt Raebel

Matt Raebel

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In this episode of the CryptoMarketsWiki Podcast, Matt Raebel and Thom Thompson discuss some of the biggest stories of the year so far.

Topics:

00:59 – Ripple’s lawsuits
04:10 – Polkadot
09:30 – Regulation updates
12:41 – Bakkt’s IPO
21:30 – Jihan Wu no longer CEO of Bitmain

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