Best Cryptoeconomics podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Every episode of the Smartest Contract discusses recent flaws, change and discoveries in the world of the blockchain Every show features a high profile guest in the blockchain ecosystem who gives his/her input on the topics. New episodes every Thursday.Follow me on Twitter: @itsjefftong
 
Every episode of the Smartest Contract discusses recent flaws, change and discoveries in the world of the blockchain Every show features a high profile guest in the blockchain ecosystem who gives his/her input on the topics. New episodes every Thursday.Follow me on Twitter: @itsjefftong
 
Get ready for your weekly cryptocurrency and blockchain knowledge bite, brought to by B21 Block: Cryptocurrency & Blockchain School, who actively teach over 100,000 learners about all of the aspects of this technology. You’re listening to B21 Block, with your host Ravinder Deol.
 
Tyler Cowen engages today’s deepest thinkers in wide-ranging explorations of their work, the world, and everything in between. New conversations every other Wednesday. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.
 
Economics Detective Radio is a podcast about markets, ideas, institutions, and all things related to the field of economics. Episodes consist of long-form interviews, and are generally released on Fridays. Topics include economic theory, economic history, the history of thought, money, banking, finance, macroeconomics, public choice, Austrian economics, business cycles, health care, education, international trade, and anything else of interest to economists, students, and serious amateurs in ...
 
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Kevin Erdmann of the Mercatus Center returns to the podcast to discuss his new book, Shut Out: How a Housing Shortage Caused the Great Recession and Crippled Our Economy. From the publisher's website: The United States suffers from a shortage of well-placed homes. This was true even at the peak of the housing boom in 2005. Using a broad array o ...…
 
Raghuram Rajan thinks a lot about how to empower individuals, both at the community and international level. In his new book, Rajan draws upon experience both as an academic and policymaker to break down how the three pillars of society — the state, markets, and communities — interact with each other, and argues that we’re currently balancing t ...…
 
I’m sure you’ve heard of the term blockchain? Well, our latest podcast episode is all about giving you an introduction to it. At its most basic level the blockchain data structure is an ordered back-linked list of blocks of transactions. The blockchain can be stored as a flat file, or in a simple database. Want to learn more? Listen to this pod ...…
 
Founders aren’t superheroes, says Sam Altman.They may play extreme sports, respond to emails within seconds, and start billion-dollar companies, but they are rarely the product of extraordinary circumstance. In fact, they tend to be solidly upper-middle class, reasonably smart, and with loving parents. So would Sam fund Peter Parker? What about ...…
 
With so many alt-coins out there, how does one decide which ones are worthy of attention? Some alt-coins attempt to achieve broad distribution and use as currencies. Others are laboratories for experimenting on different features and monetary models. Many are just get-rich-quick schemes by their creators. To evaluate alt-coins I look at their d ...…
 
Today's guest on Economics Detective Radio is Anja Shortland of King's College London, discussing her new book Kidnap: Inside the Ransom Business, where she brings an economist's perspective to the shady world of the kidnapping for ransom business and to the professionals who specialize in getting hostages home safely. The book's description re ...…
 
To help clarify one thing right away, it’s understood that JP Morgan Coin will be a “stablecoin”. To summarise a stablecoin, it is a form of cryptocurrency that is meant to hold a stable value, rather than fluctuating large amounts as can be witnessed in the cryptocurrency market. An example would be Tether, which is a blockchain based asset me ...…
 
Jordan Peterson joins Tyler to discuss collecting Soviet propaganda, why he’s so drawn to Jung, what the Exodus story can teach us about current events, his marriage and fame, what the Intellectual Dark Web gets wrong, immigration in America and Canada, his tendency towards depression, Tinder’s revolutionary nature, the lessons from The Lord of ...…
 
Mark Thornton returns to the podcast to discuss his new book The Skyscraper Curse (available digitally for free). The book discusses the connection between record-setting skyscrapers and economic recessions. Here's an excerpt from the book's introduction: The Skyscraper Index expresses the strange relationship between the building of the world’ ...…
 
A lightning network is a second layer routing technology. It can be applied to any blockchain that supports some basic capabilities, such as multi-signature transactions, time locks, and basic smart contracts. If a lightning network is layered on top of the bitcoin network, the bitcoin network can gain a significant increase in capacity, privac ...…
 
The most important and debated consequence of fixed and diminishing monetary issuance is that the currency tends to be inherently deflationary. Deflation is the phenomenon of appreciate of value due to the a mismatch in supply and demand that derives up the value (exchange rate) of a currency. The opposite of inflation, price deflation, means t ...…
 
How did religious freedom emerge?—?and why did it arrive so late? In their forthcoming book, fellow Mason economists Noel Johnson and Mark Koyama argue that while most focus on the role of liberal ideas in establishing religious freedom, it was instead institutional changes?—?and the growth of state capacity in particular?—?that played the deci ...…
 
Today's guest is Louis Rouanet from George Mason University. Our discussion focuses on an economic history paper he co-authored with Ennio Piano (a previous guest of the show), "Filling the Ranks: The Remplacement Militaire in Post-Revolutionary France." Many economists have analyzed the efficiency of a volunteered army relative to a conscripte ...…
 
Today's guest is economic historian Gregory Clark, and our topic is England's New Poor Law of 1834. Gregory and his co-author, Marianne E. Page, wrote a paper on the topic entitled "Welfare reform, 1834: Did the New Poor Law in England produce significant economic gains?" Spoiler alert: It didn't. The English Old Poor Law, which before 1834 pro ...…
 
As a writer of profiles, Larissa MacFarquhar is granted the privilege of listening to, learning from, and sharing the stories of extraordinary thinkers like Derik Parfit, Noam Chomsky, Hilary Mantel, and Paul Krugman. And she’s often drawn to write about the individual thinking behind extreme altruism, dementia care, and whether to stay in a sm ...…
 
Today's guest is Mikayla Novak (Twitter, SSRN) of the RMIT Blockchain Innovation Hub at RMIT University. Her work focuses on some innovative new and potential uses for blockchain technology. As we all know at this point, the first use of blockchain technology was to create decentralized digital currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. But a blockc ...…
 
Follow me on Twitter: @itsjefftong New episodes every Thursday! 0x Hackathon: https://coinlist.co/build/0x Coinlist: https://coinlist.co/By Jeffrey Tong.
 
Follow me on Twitter: @itsjefftong New episodes every Thursday! 0x Hackathon: https://coinlist.co/build/0x Coinlist: https://coinlist.co/By Jeffrey Tong.
 
Today's guest is Martin Gurri (Twitter, blog), author of The Revolt of the Public. We discuss his book, which deals with the impact of information technology on political trends and populism. In the words of economist and scholar Arnold Kling, “Martin Gurri saw it coming.” Technology has categorically reversed the information balance of power b ...…
 
Before she ever studied them as an academic, Rebecca Kukla was fascinated by cities. Growing up in the middle of Toronto, she spent her days walking the city and noticing the way people and place interact. That fascination stayed with her, and motion, embodiment, and place has become a subtle through line in both her professional philosophy and ...…
 
Today on the podcast, Ash Navabi returns to discuss his recent work on housing and rent control. Ash published an opinion piece entitled "Why low-income earners should actually welcome Ontario's reversal on rent control." In that article, Ash pushes back on the kneejerk reaction to the Ontario government's reversal of its rent control policy on ...…
 
If you enjoy Conversation with Tyler, consider making a year-end donation at ConversationsWithTyler.com/donate. All gifts will support the show’s production, including future live podcast recordings like this one. You might be surprised by what occupies Daniel Kahneman’s thoughts. “You seem to think that I think of bias all the time,” he tells ...…
 
Today's guest is Jonathan Meer of Texas A&M. We discuss his work on the minimum wage. The voluminous literature on minimum wages offers little consensus on the extent to which a wage floor impacts employment. For both theoretical and econometric reasons, we argue that the effect of the minimum wage should be more apparent in new employment grow ...…
 
Welcome to this episode where I want to introduce you to the term cryptoeconomics, and help you to understand what it means before diving further. If you weren’t already aware the term cryptoeconomics is a mashup of the words cryptography, and economics. Hence I provided you a foundational introduction to economics previously, because as we mov ...…
 
Today's guest is Bryan Cutsinger of George Mason University, discussing his paper, "Seigniorage in the Civil War South." During the U.S. Civil War, the Confederate Congress adopted three currency reforms that were intended to reduce the quantity of Treasury notes in circulation by inducing the money-holding public to exchange their notes for lo ...…
 
Follow me on Twitter: @itsjefftong New episodes every Thursday! Whitepaper: https://github.com/AztecProtocol/AZTEC/blob/master/AZTEC.pdf Github: https://github.com/AztecProtocol/AZTECBy Jeffrey Tong.
 
Follow me on Twitter: @itsjefftong New episodes every Thursday! Whitepaper: https://github.com/AztecProtocol/AZTEC/blob/master/AZTEC.pdf Github: https://github.com/AztecProtocol/AZTECBy Jeffrey Tong.
 
Throughout his career, Paul Romer has enjoyed sampling and sifting through an ever-growing body of knowledge. He sometimes jokingly refers to himself as a random idea generator, relying on others to filter out the bad ones so his contributions are good. Not a bad strategy, as it turns out, for starting a successful business and winning a Nobel ...…
 
Valuing cryptoassets is a tricky topic! In a traditional market it’s far easier as there are costs, revenues, profits, losses and so much more. But how is it managed in the cryptomarkets? Well in this episode I’m going to share my thoughts with you, as to the three fundamentals which can help you place value upon cryptoassets. // Excerpt From / ...…
 
In this episode we’re going to be discussing what utility tokens, and security tokens are as well as the differences between them. As the differences between them are very important! // Excerpt From // View: https://www.udemy.com/cryptoeconomics/?couponCode=B21BLOCK // Join Binance // Join: http://bit.ly/2Hji5nQ // B21 BLOCK: CRYPTOCURRENCY & B ...…
 
Follow me on Twitter: @itsjefftong New episodes every Thursday! kframework: http://www.kframework.org/index.php/Main_PageBy Jeffrey Tong.
 
Follow me on Twitter: @itsjefftong New episodes every Thursday! kframework: http://www.kframework.org/index.php/Main_PageBy Jeffrey Tong.
 
Is John Nye the finest polymath in the George Mason economics department? Raised in the Philippines and taught to be a well-rounded Catholic gentleman, John Nye learned the importance of a rigorous education from a young age. Indeed, according to Tyler he may very well be the best educated among his colleagues, having studied physics and litera ...…
 
I want to start discussing more about the token economy with you, as it’s the layer which sits perfectly upon cryptoeconomics in this ecosystem. Albeit, they are different not the same just so you’re aware. Token economics concerns itself with essentially the economy of tokens in this ecosystem, so cryptocurrencies, initial coin offerings, secu ...…
 
Follow me on Twitter: @itsjefftong New episodes every Thursday! SEC Edgar: https://www.sec.gov/edgar.shtmlBy Jeffrey Tong.
 
Follow me on Twitter: @itsjefftong New episodes every Thursday! SEC Edgar: https://www.sec.gov/edgar.shtmlBy Jeffrey Tong.
 
Today's guest is Bob Murphy of Texas Tech University. We discuss his work on climate change and the social cost of carbon. Bob started working on issues related to climate change when he started working with the Institute for Energy Research. We discuss the implications of the Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs) used to evaluate the impact of c ...…
 
In this episode we’re going to be discussing the cryptoeconomics of bitcoin. Bitcoin is no doubt the most successful example of cryptoeconomics in play so far, it was in fact the anonymous founder of bitcoin Satoshi Nakamoto that crafted this cryptoeconomic ecosystem back in 2009 by combining economic incentives with peer to peer systems. Bitco ...…
 
Follow me on Twitter: @itsjefftong New episodes every Thursday! Sorry about the delay! This episode was supposed to go out pre-Devcon!By Jeffrey Tong.
 
Follow me on Twitter: @itsjefftong New episodes every Thursday! Sorry about the delay! This episode was supposed to go out pre-Devcon!By Jeffrey Tong.
 
The son of an economist, Eric Schmidt eschewed his father’s profession, first studying architecture before settling on computer science and eventually earning a PhD. Now one of the most influential technology executives in the world, he still however credits his interest in network economies and platforms for a large part of his success. In thi ...…
 
Follow me on Twitter: @itsjefftong New episodes every Thursday! Token Sets: https://setprotocol.com/By Jeffrey Tong.
 
Follow me on Twitter: @itsjefftong New episodes every Thursday! Token Sets: https://setprotocol.com/By Jeffrey Tong.
 
Not only is Ben Thompson's Stratechery frequently mentioned on MR, but such is Tyler's fandom that the newsletter even made its way onto the reading list for one of his PhD courses. Ben's based in Taiwan, so when he recently visited DC, Tyler quickly took advantage of the chance for an in-person dialogue. In this conversation they talk about th ...…
 
In this special episode, Rob Wiblin of 80,000 Hours has the super-sized conversation he wants to have with Tyler about Stubborn Attachments. In addition to a deep examination of the ideas in the book, the conversation ranges far and wide across Tyler's thinking, including why we won't leave the galaxy, the unresolvable clash between the claims ...…
 
Lets discuss very popular cryptocurrency in this episode, Litecoin!As with Bitcoin, Litecoin is an Open Source Peer-To-Peer Cryptocurrency. In fact, it was Bitcoin that inspired the creation of Litecoin, and technically is very identical to it, but also different in a select number of ways, which I’ll get into with you in this episode.
 
Follow me on Twitter: @itsjefftong New episodes every Thursday! XCLAIM: Interoperability with Cryptocurrency-Backed Tokens: https://eprint.iacr.org/2018/643.pdf Special Guest: Arthur Gervais.By Jeffrey Tong.
 
Follow me on Twitter: @itsjefftong New episodes every Thursday! XCLAIM: Interoperability with Cryptocurrency-Backed Tokens: https://eprint.iacr.org/2018/643.pdf Special Guest: Arthur Gervais.By Jeffrey Tong.
 
After winning the Nobel, Paul Krugman found himself at the "end of ambition," with no more achievements left to unlock. That could be a depressing place, but Krugman avoids complacency by doing what he's always done: following his curiosity and working intensely at whatever grabs him most strongly. Tyler sat down with Krugman at his office in N ...…
 
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