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The 21 Best Crypto, NFT, and Metaverse Podcasts of 2021

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2021 was the year of cryptocurrency, the NFT, and the beginning of the shift to the Metaverse (just ask Facebook… sorry, Meta). If you're looking for new podcasts examining the digital marketplace, these are the best 21 podcasts of 2021 to learn more about the Metaverse, Non-Fungible Tokens, and cryptocurrency. Continue Reading >> 2021 was the year of cryptocurrency, the NFT, and the beginning of the shift to the Metaverse (just ask Facebook… sorry, Meta). If you're looking for new podcasts examining the digital marketplace, these are the best 21 podcasts of 2021 to learn more about the Metaverse, Non-Fungible Tokens, and cryptocurrency. << Show Less

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1 – Defining A New Reality "Metaverse" is a word that's hard to define — and means different things to different people. The term was coined by sci-fi writer Neal Stephenson in his 1992 novel, "Snow Crash," to describe a world similar to that which was later popularized in Ernest Cline's 2011 book, "Ready Player One," which was adapted into a film by Steven Spielberg. In these stories, the metaverse is a persistent virtual world—accessible by VR goggles—where users can fully live out their lives digitally. But is that the future metaverse we can actually expect? On episode 1 of Adweek's Metaverse Marketing Podcast, we're joined by metaverse experts to hear how exactly they define the word "metaverse".
The Metaverse Is the Ultimate Surveillance Tool The Metaverse. The term was coined by author Neal Stephenson in his book Snow Crash. It was a digital playground where people were only limited by their imagination.Facebook has changed its name to Meta and says it’s trying to make the metaverse a reality. Now, other companies are rushing to get a piece of Mark Zuckerberg’s vision of the future. Here to help me puzzle out the nightmarish world Silicon Valley billionaires want for us is Motherboard Senior Editor Janus Rose and panopticon expert and professor of English at Macomb Community College Chris Gilliard.This wide-ranging conversation starts with Rose’s recent piece, “Zuckerberg’s Meta Endgame Is Monetizing All Human Behavior”, but it gets into the deeper and systemic issues around machine learning, artificial intelligence, and the kind of future we want.We’re recording CYBER love on Twitch. Follow us on Twitch to get alerts when we go live. We take questions from the audience. Yours just might end up on the show.Subscribe to CYBER on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts. See for privacy and opt-out information.
Are NFT's the Future of Music? Are NFT's the future of music? Listen to Vasja Veber, the co-founder of music tech company Viberate, as he shares his plans to produce gig NFT's, secure future bookings for a post-pandemic world, and create a new revenue stream.
'Honor Bound' Author Amy McGrath Dreams Big; Facebook's 'Metaverse' Amy McGrath grew up dreaming of becoming a fighter pilot at a time when women weren't allowed to fly in combat. The former Marine pilot tells the story of pursuing her dream in her new memoir, "Honor Bound." And, Mark Zuckerberg has said Facebook will transform into a "metaverse company" over the next five years. Bloomberg's Kurt Wagner explains the CEO's vision for turning the platform into a virtual-reality world.
Coinbase: Brian Armstrong Brian Armstrong wanted to be a tech entrepreneur since he was in high school, but his first serious venture—a tutoring website—never quite took off. Around 2010, while looking to get a job in Silicon Valley, he stumbled across an intriguing idea for a peer-to-peer digital currency called Bitcoin, which quickly turned into his obsession. Brian's initial prototype for a hosted Bitcoin wallet got him accepted into the prestigious Y Combinator program, and he launched Coinbase soon thereafter. Many experts warned that cryptocurrency was no more reliable than Monopoly money, but the startup prevailed, surviving wild swings in the crypto market and steadily building a user base. Today, Coinbase is one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, with 7.4 million monthly users, 2,700 employees and over 80 cryptocurrencies traded on its platform.
46 – Vitalik Buterin on Why Proof of Stake? ? SUBSCRIBE TO NEWSLETTER: ✊ STARTING GUIDE BANKLESS:❤️ JOIN PRIVATE DISCORD:️ SUBSCRIBE TO PODCAST: ? BUY BANKLESS TEE: —–GO BANKLESS WITH THESE SPONSOR TOOLS:  ⭐️ AAVE – BORROW OR LEND YOUR ASSETS ? GEMINI – MOST TRUSTED EXCHANGE AND ONRAMP ? MONOLITH – GET THE HOLY GRAIL OF BANKLESS VISA CARDS ? KWENTA | DEVIRATIVES TRADING WITH INFINITE LIQUIDITY ——Vitalik Buterin on Why Proof of Stake? Vitalik Buterin comes to the Bankless YouTube to discuss a number of topics surrounding Proof of Stake! We begin discussing the Beacon Chain launch, and the Ethereum's road so far up to this point.  We also discuss the theory and thought-process behind Proof of Stake! Vitalik recently wrote a blog piece 'Why Proof of Stake', and we walk through this piece with him! Why Proof of Stake: Lastly, we discuss one of Vitalik's blog pieces 'Concave and Convex Dispositions, and how these different personality types characterize Bitcoin and Ethereum, as well as the design of social groups and human governance organizations.  Convex and Concave Dispositions Other pieces mentioned: Trust Models ——Don't stop at the video! Subscribe to the Bankless newsletter program Visit the official Bankless website for resources Follow Bankless on Twitter Follow Ryan on Twitter Follow David on Twitter —–Not financial or tax advice. This channel is strictly educational and is not investment advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or to make any financial decisions. This video is not tax advice. Talk to your accountant. Do your own research. Disclosure. From time-to-time we may add links in this channel to products we use. We may receive commission if you make a purchase through one of these links. We'll always disclose when this is the case
NFTs Explained with Justin Maller! NFTs (non-fungible tokens) have likely been taking over your news feed in the last few weeks, as they certainly have ours. With an almost Gamestop-esque rise recently, we're seeing more and more headlines about digital assets being sold for thousands, if not millions, of dollars. This week, we take a brief moment to go over the fundamentals of NFTs and then chat with Justin Maller, a well-known digital artist and Chief Creative Officer at DeviantArt, to see the other side of the coin and how NFTs could be truly game-changing for digital artists like him. Links:To check out Technology Powers X: by KamrenB: Maller: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Artist Spotlight: Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda is Dropping ZIGGURATS Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park and Fort Minor fame joins Kevin to discuss why he was initially reluctant to embrace the NFT scene (in spite of setting Kevin on the path to his own obsession), drumming up acceptance of NFTs in the mainstream, industry skeuomorphism, current collaborations, the state of unreleased Linkin Park music, and where people can go to await Mike's upcoming ZIGGURATS drop.
All Aboard The Crypto Train On today's show, we discuss the first anniversary of the XRP lawsuit against the SEC, will that catapult the crypto market to the moon? Are you late to the crypto party? Because a former US Treasurer said you are. And we wrap up the show with a discussion on WEB 3. Around the Blockchain is your favorite Cryptocurrency show discussing Bitcoin, Ethereum, Cardano, and the top altcoins. Our four crypto experts include Ben, Crypto Wendy O, Altcoin Daily and Rice TVx. Tune in for their insightful crypto analysis!
89: Capitalism, Socialism, and Cryptocurrency with Andrew Bergel Andrew Bergel is an instructor of environmental governance at Dalhousie university in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He joins us for the second part of the interview where we talk about Andrew's experience as an instructor at Dalhousie University. The conversation ventures generally into socialism, capitalism, with an overtone of cryptocurrency and bitcoin.



(00:00) – Discussing Andrew's educational background

(03:57) – Discussing regulations, and how do traditional finance norms work here?

(12:46) – How regulation and normalization of crypto trading might affect hedge funds

(15:08) – What led Andrew towards crypto

(31:33) – Does increase in price make Bitcoin less risky? And Crypto in the classroom

(37:47) – Portfolio diversity philosophy, 'trying to catch a falling knife', and Sector Rotation

(51:09) – The monetary policy of Bitcoin, and reading patterns as a trader

(58:45) – Dialog about crypto and capitalism in the classroom

(1:14:29) – Tangential talk about philosophy, money systems and sci-fi dystopias

(1:22:10) – Bitcoin, Energy and Sustainability

(1:32:15) – Discussing outlooks towards crypto when it comes to buying/holding

(1:39:53) – Some life advice from Andrew, and closing thoughts

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