Nolan Bauerle, Director of Research at CoinDesk: Cryptography's 90s-esque Boom


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Nolan Bauerle is the Director of Research at CoinDesk, an early proponent of Bitcoin. In this conversation, Nolan and Anthony Pompliano discuss Canada's past investigations into the global financial crisis, how Ethereum's ERC standards shook the world, and why humans will use math to talk with Aliens.
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