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Frens Validator is a key contributor to the Cosmos ecosystem. Besides securing multiple blockchains, we educate our listeners by publishing thought pieces, insightful interviews, and project deep dives. The Frens Validator podcast show is the hub that brings together crypto pioneers, exciting projects, and a thriving community. Tune in with host Juri Maibaum to explore the multichain future and how to make it in Web 3.0.
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Welcome to EARLY - the business of web3 from Bankless Consulting. On each episode of EARLY, your host DSide is joined by thought leaders, innovators and other denizens of web3 who are building the internet of the future. Money is programmable. Assets are digital and exchanges are decentralized here. So join us on this journey into the past, the present and the future of web3! And remember, if you're here....you're EARLY!
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Making Bank offers an inside look into BanklessDAO and showcases the people, ideas, and projects that keep it at the forefront of web3. Each week, we invite DAO members to join us for conversations about DAO life, the future of work, crypto, web3, and their journeys to becoming more bankless.
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Welcome to the crypto information and education hub of Africa. The gateway to web3. This show highlights projects, ecosystems and people making impact and driving adoption of decentralized technologies across Africa. Get informed on all things bitcoin, Defi, NFTs, web3 culture and all things crypto.
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Raoul Pal: The Journey Man

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The world is changing faster than ever before. This comes with life-changing opportunities but also unprecedented challenges. In The Journeyman, I talk to the greatest minds at the nexus of macro, crypto, and technology to figure out exactly what the Exponential Age means for us all. I uncover the big trends, potential investment opportunities, and economic risks and rewards, and ask the big questions on how this impacts us, our businesses, and our societies. Brought to you by Real Vision.
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Welcome to BlockTalk, a biweekly web3 podcast that focuses on anything and everything on the blockchain. We are dedicated to chatting with entrepreneurs, enthusiasts, builders and visionaries that are shaping web3! Our goal is to educate the web3 community on all things blockchain. We are providing easily digestible, long form content where individuals can tell their stories, talk about their businesses and provide their insights. We do a Twitter Space with our guest the day after every podc ...
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Conversations with founders, community members and hiring managers in cryptocurrency and blockchain companies about what's it's like to work in crypto. Covering crypto work culture, tools, day to days and workflow, hiring process and tips, how to find a job in crypto and more! Hosted by Raman @ksaitor and Crypto Jobs List team on Twitter Spaces. Want to join the chat? Connect with us: https://cryptojobslist.com - Site & newsletter https://twitter.com/cryptojobslist - Twitter https://cryptojo ...
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With each episode, your hosts Blutoshi & Disco navigate the intricate world of decentralized technologies, peeling back the layers that are revolutionizing industries and our everyday lives. But this isn't your regular crypto show – Decentral Lens thrives on nuance, engaging listeners in long-form discussions that transcend the typical buzz. Our excitement for the future is palpable, and we invite you to share in that vision. Whether you're a blockchain devotee, a tech-savvy enthusiast, or s ...
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Collectively Intelligent

Jack du Rose, Aron Fischer, & Commodore

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The podcast in which we hope that if we talk to smart people for long enough, we might eventually say something intelligent. Our format will be a series of open ended conversations with people who do interesting things and hopefully have something interesting to say.
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Just DAO It! is a podcast for people starting DAOs. Are you thinking about starting a DAO? Just DAO It! Every episode will cover recent DAO news, tweets, and posts from around the web. We’ll break down what the news means for you and combine it with great advice from people who have started or contributed to successful DAOs. Disclaimer: Just DAO It! is for educational and entertainment purposes only. Just DAO It does **not** contain any legal or financial advice. MIDAO also does not provide ...
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CityDAO Podcast | A Crypto City of the Future

City DAO Citizens & Host Eric Gilbert-Williams

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Visit www.CityDAO.io to learn more about the CityDAO project. This community run podcast is intended to provide information about CityDAO, updates on hot subjects, to inspire broader thinking and to trigger intellectually stimulating conversations for all who listen in. We interview CityDAO community members, Web3 thought leaders and people who are driven to effect positive change in the world through technology.
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If you've been watching the blockchain/crypto space, you know that DAOs are the new way for people to work together. But what is a DAO? Why would you want to use a DAO to organize your company or investor group or game guild or other community? What's the right way to organize a DAO? This podcast explores those questions and more in conversations with Ben Huh, the founder of Origami, the premier DAO creation and management company.
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This week's episode kicks off with a comprehensive review of the key macroeconomic and market developments from the past week, delving into the recent downturn in Bitcoin prices. The discussion delves into various factors contributing to this price drop, including the launch of the Hong Kong ETF and actions taken by the Federal Reserve, sparking co…
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Justice Samuel Alito is an icon of conservative jurisprudence, a shaper of American laws, and a really challenging neighbor. Mike takes those cues and creates some improvisational theater. Then we pick up where we left off yesterday with Washington Post columnist and novelist David Ignatius. With his help, we're going to drill down on what exactly …
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Disco and Blu sit down live from Austin this week with your weekly deep dive on this week's crypto news including: • Crypto & the election • ⅓ American Voters will consider crypto • Runes Market • Ordinals • Trump to pardon Silk Road, Ross Ulbricht • Mt Gox • Gemni Earn Redemptions • Semler Scientific invest 40M in BTC • Caitlyn Jenner Meme coin • …
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Angelica is joined by Samantha Coyle to talk about her newly published textbook: Go Programming - From Beginner to Professional. This book serves as a go-to guide to master Go for real-world software dev success covering fundamentals to advanced topics. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members save 8 minutes on this episode because they made the ads …
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Narendra Modi may well be the most popular politician on the planet. India’s prime minister is eyeing a third term atop the world’s biggest democracy. A tea-seller’s son, Mr Modi began life an outsider and the man behind the political phenomenon remains hard to fathom. India has become an economic powerhouse during his ten years in charge. But he’s…
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If Trump were to win, his plans to sabotage the Justice Department and consolidate power would plunge the country into chaos: Our government would be disabled, Americans would pour into the streets, and our enemies would be very happy. Plus, Alito is not being on the level, and a helpful primer on Mexico's election this weekend. show notes: Press A…
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On this episode of The Hillsdale College Online Courses Podcast, Jeremiah and Juan discuss the fallout of David’s adulterous relationship with Bathsheba and the rise of Absalom before introducing a lecture by Justin Jackson, professor of English at Hillsdale College. David is implicated in the terrible crimes committed by his sons, Absalom and Amno…
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The Russian Marxist Boris Kagarlitsky last spoke to us shortly after his release from nearly five months in prison. He was arrested on far-fetched charges of "justifying terrorism" for ironic remarks he made on his social media channel after the explosion on the Crimean Bridge in 2022. Boris was freed after a military court handed him a fine in Dec…
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Steel production generates almost 10 percent of global carbon emissions and has long been considered “hard to abate.” Enter Boston Metal, a startup that aims to make carbon-free steel using only (sing it with me!) clean electricity. In this episode, CEO Tadeu Carneiro explains “molten oxide electrolysis” and its potential to transform the industry.…
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Ryan and Emily discuss US weapons being used in the deadly Rafah strike, US pier halts aid shipments, Israel caught hacking and threatening ICC prosecutors, US hypocrisy on foreign lobbying, Dems full blown freakout over 2024 polling, Jerry Seinfeld whines to Bari Weiss about Gaza protests, cops flip on Milei as Argentina currency collapses, Trump …
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At the age of 72, U.S. Representative Don Beyer of Virginia enrolled at GMU to pursue a Master’s degree in C.S. with a concentration in Machine Learning. Rep. Beyer is Vice Chair of the bipartisan Artificial Intelligence Caucus & Vice Chair of the NDC’s AI Working Group. He is the author of the AI Foundation Model Transparency Act & a lead cosponso…
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Louise Matsakis is a technology reporter and writes You May Also Like on Beehiiv. Matsakis joins Big Technology Podcast to discuss her recent story for Big Technology about how Shein and Temu snuck up on Amazon and what these two Chinese ecommerce companies have done to carve out a growing slice of the online retail market. In this story, we talk a…
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Many of the songs we sing to our children are hundreds of years old, with their original meanings obscured by history. In this episode, producer Leila Battison takes Dallas on a dark, surprising journey through history’s most famous nursery rhymes and lullabies, and up through the “Baby Sharks” and “Happy Songs” of today. Along the way, they share …
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On Tuesday, lawyers for the prosecution and the defense delivered their final arguments to the jury in the criminal case of The People of the State of New York v. Donald J. Trump. Jonah Bromwich, one of the lead reporters covering the trial for The Times, was there. Guest: Jonah E. Bromwich, who covers criminal justice in New York for The New York …
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R.O. Kwon is the author of the novel Exhibit, available from Riverhead Books. Kwon is the author of the nationally bestselling novel The Incendiaries, which was named a best book of the year by more than forty publications and was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle John Leonard Award. With Garth Greenwell, Kwon coedited the bestselling…
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The cost of solar has been plunging for years. Everyday there's a new headline about growing installation of renewables or batteries, or some other sign of progress when it comes to decarbonization. But there's still a long way to go and, in the meantime, the US continues to add new fossil fuel generation. So is there something wrong with the mecha…
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We’ve been discussing the slow death of journalism for a long time, but what if it didn’t just “die”? This week, Adam speaks with Margot Susca, a professor at American University and author of Hedged: How Private Investment Funds Helped Destroy American Newspapers and Undermine Democracy, about how private equity firms have dismantled journalism an…
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Ben speaks to Jonas Gahr Store, the Prime Minister of Norway, who explains why he decided to formally recognize a Palestinian state alongside the leaders of Spain and Ireland. Then, Ben is joined by Fareed Zakaria to talk about the long term prospects for peace on multiple fronts like Israel and Palestine, Russia and Ukraine, and China and Taiwan. …
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Today Noah Smith and Erik Torenberg discuss the recent angry posts on X from David Austin Walsh, a history postdoc at Yale, and what this controversy says about the social and economic trends of the elite in the US. They also cover the the rise of right-wing muckrakers, discuss what the conservative movement needs now, and who they consider the sma…
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Introducing Power for Sale, a new season of Untold from the Financial Times. In Untold: Power for Sale, host Valentina Pop and a team of FT correspondents from all over Europe investigate what happened in the Qatargate scandal, where EU lawmakers were accused of accepting payments from Qatar to whitewash its image. Subscribe and listen on: Apple Po…
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Part 2: Christian talks to Dr Phil Armstrong about his recent paper: “History and origin of money in MMT and Austrian Economics: The difference methodology makes?” Part 1: https://www.patreon.com/posts/102761654?pr=true Full conversation available here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/95846517?pr=true Please help sustain this podcast! Patrons get ear…
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David Ignatius, WaPo columnist and the author of Phantom Orbit: A Thriller discusses his reportorial tactics, and how he blends fact and fiction in writing his latest thrillers about weapons in space. Plus, there were 350,000 polio cases in 1988. Guess how many there were last year. So many pundits are saying that the Trump verdict will be what the…
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In late 2018, two hundred people gathered at The Explorer’s Club in New York City. The building was once a clubhouse for famed naturalists and explorers. Now it’s an archive of ephemera and rarities from pioneering expeditions around the globe. But this latest gathering was held to celebrate the first biological census of its kind –an effort to cou…
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In this week's The Reason Roundtable, editors Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and special guest Zach Weissmueller rehash the events that took place this past weekend in Washington, D.C., during the 2024 Libertarian National Convention, where former President Donald Trump addressed the crowd ahead of the Libertarian presidential ca…
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Swizec’s article on not using AI to writes tests, LlamaFs is a self-organizing file system with Llama 3, a Pew Research analysis confirmed that the internet is full of broken links, Sam Rose built a spectacular interactive study of queueing strategies & Jordan Cutler shares a real-life experience of him writing clear/readable code… and it backfirin…
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If persuadable voters are going to back an octogenarian, they are going to need to see less caution—and more piss and vinegar from Biden to combat Trump's "me strong, you weak" schtick. Meanwhile, TFG and RFK, Jr face-planted at the Libertarian convention, James Carville's advice for the Dems, and a tribute to an American original, Bill Walton. sho…
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Mouin Rabbani discusses Israel's war on Gaza and the broader context of the conflict. Stefanie Stantcheva discusses her recent economic papers about why people hate inflation. Behind the News, hosted by Doug Henwood, covers the worlds of economics and politics and their complex interactions, from the local to the global. Find the archive online: ht…
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In this episode we are joined by Sreeram Kannan, founder of EigenLayer, to discuss the current state and future potential of restaking. The conversation covers Eigenlayer's rapidly growing ecosystem of actively validated services (AVS), the different types of security guarantees made possible by restaking, and how restaking can benefit both externa…
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On May 8th, the U.S. Department of Energy proposed ten new “national interest electric transmission corridors” – a designation that allows the federal government to accelerate projects in areas where consumers are harmed by lack of transmission. Days later, on the 13th, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission released Orders 1920 and 1977. Both of…
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Larry P. Arnn, President of Hillsdale College, sits down with guests of the College to talk about topics of enduring relevance. In this episode of The Larry Arnn Show, Hillsdale College President Larry P. Arnn interviews historian and Lincoln scholar Allen C. Guelzo. The two discuss Guelzo’s new book, Our Ancient Faith: Lincoln, Democracy, and the …
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Krystal and Saagar discuss Biden mouthpiece rage copes over bad polling, South Park exposes US healthcare system, Dave Smith sounds off on Trump and RFK at Libertarian Convention. To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show AD FREE, uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.com/ Merch Store: https://shop.break…
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Krystal and Saagar discuss Israel airstrikes Rafah civilian tents, Egyptian soldier dead in IDF border clash, Biden Gaza pier sinking into the ocean. To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show AD FREE, uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.com/ Merch Store: https://shop.breakingpoints.com/ See omnystudio.…
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We all know about the United States’ deep commercial ties with China in this day and age, but has this been the case since America’s inception? On this episode of American Prestige, hosts Danny and Derek are joined by Stuart Rollo, postdoctoral research fellow at the Centre for International Security Studies at the University of Sydney, for a discu…
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One crop symptom can lead to another. And with all this rainfall, fungicide application will be critical for keeping your crop healthy through harvest. Join in on this circus of a spring with Landus Technical Agronomy and Precision Lead and your Virtual Agronomist, Dan Bjornklund; and Landus Regional Sales Manager and Agronomy Minute host, Scott Ah…
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In an age of cults, sports are the last gasp of the monoculture—the last remnant of the 20th century mainstream still standing. Even so, the new NBA media rights deal is astonishing. At a time when basketball ratings are in steady decline, the NBA is on the verge of signing a $70-plus billion sports rights deal that would grow its annual media righ…
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The discovery that an upside-down American flag — a symbol adopted by the campaign to overturn the 2020 election result — had flown at the home of Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. elicited concerns from politicians, legal scholars and others. And then came news of a second flag. Jodi Kantor, the Times reporter who broke the stories, discusses the saga. …
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In this episode, Mike Palmer engages in a fascinating discussion with Charles Fadel, the Founder of the Center for Curriculum Redesign and author of Education for the Age of AI. We delve into the intersections of artificial intelligence and education, exploring the implications of AI's rapid advancement and the need for curriculum redesign to make …
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Brett Kavanaugh might have had a better shot at writing a reasonable decision if Arizona v. Navajo Nation revolved around beer rights instead of water rights, but instead the associate justice barfed up a garbled opinion about property rights. Did you know that our Premium subscribers got first dibs on our live show tickets? One of those shows is a…
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The skills it takes to get rich are drastically different from the skills it takes to stay rich. Few understand this phenomenon more than Morgan Housel. He's identified unique lessons about wealth, happiness, and money by studying the world's richest families and learning what they did to build their wealth and just how quickly they squandered it a…
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As campus protests continue against American support for Israel’s war in Gaza, universities and colleges have legal obligations to combat discrimination and a responsibility to maintain order. But they must not sacrifice the principles of free speech that are core to their educational mission. Ben Wizner of the ACLU will explain. Also: Kenya finall…
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Its been four years since the murder of George Floyd at the hands Minneapolis police officers and the unrest that was unleashed in the wake of his death. And now we’re in a moment where another global protest movement is flourishing in denouncement of the Israeli war in Gaza. This week, we’re taking a look at the historical lineage and efficacy of …
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