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TTS 250 Dionna Bailey GoCoin & Nexus Kids

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In dealing with the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, many businesses have been forced to shut down temporarily, schools have closed, and many are quarantined in their homes. On this episode of The Tatiana Show, we invited military veteran and business development manager with GoCoin, Dionna Bailey, to discuss the role of the armed forces and the government during this time of crisis.

Dionna joined the army in 1998, a month after her 17th birthday, and served a total of 18 years with 4 combat tours in places such as Bosnia and Iraq. She gives her thoughts on:

  • What can we expect when the President declares a state of emergency and what will the military’s role be in this?
  • How would the military and police force act if there were civil unrest in the U.S.?
  • Has the media created more hysteria than needed surrounding the virus?
  • We also discuss if the military is properly held accountable for war crimes, the frustrations of troops with defense contractors, and the controversy surrounding Julian Assange’s leaks. 

About the Guests:

Dionna Bailey is currently the business development manager with GoCoin, has served as an ambassador for Nexus technology, and is a cryptocurrency and blockchain enthusiast. This Army medic veteran recently retired after serving 18 years and four combat tours, one in which she was awarded a bronze star. She is an expert in government contracts and international relations. She has trained foreign militaries and helped build hospitals in third world countries. 

Her marketing experience includes the Medical Public Relations 4th Infantry Division Surgeon’s Office and the Wounded Warrior Transition Battalion, Director of Marketing and Sales for GM Bailey Construction, and President of DB Group, Inc Sports Marketing and Management where she still works with some of the most elite athletes in their sport. A true believer in blockchain, Dionna founded Nexus Kids, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing Computer Coding and Computer Science to under-privileged children around the world.  

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TTS 249 Lea Thompson Girl Gone Crypto

 

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The lovely and entertaining Lea Thompson joins Tatiana and Josh on this episode of The Tatiana Show. Lea is the creative force behind Girl Gone Crypto, a YouTube channel for all things crypto. She interviews top experts in the space, reviews different cryptocurrency projects, and goes behind the scenes at many events in the world of blockchain.

Lea’s story in the crypto space began around 2017, when she posted a ukulele cover on the Steemit and earned her first $100 in crypto. She began investing in Bitcoin and  receiving requests to talk at multiple conferences. This led to her starting the Girl Gone Crypto channel. 

Tatiana and Josh discuss with Lea how to convince friends and family to begin using and investing in cryptocurrencies, how the coronavirus, COVID-19, will affect the Bitcoin market, and how to get to the next phase of crypto: usability.

About the Guests:

Lea Thompson is a brand, marketing, and sales professional from the tech industry turned crypto nerd. Obsessed with the power of video content to grown brands and businesses, she is passionate about advancing the space by connecting everyday users to blockchain-powered applications.

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TTS 248 DJ J Scrilla

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Josh is back with Tatiana to chat with our friend and returning guest, DJ J Scrilla on the latest episode of the Tatiana Show. 

Scrilla has been a DJ and record producer for over 20 years and, since discovering crypto in 2013, has been a main player in the crypto art and music scene.

He dishes on the crypto art and music space and his opinion on the Ethereum vs Counter-party debate, and the pros and cons of each. He discusses the future of tokens and initial coin offerings in the music and art industry.

We talk about his former podcast “Art on the Blockchain,” his new Bitcoin inspired album “Sound Money,” and his involvement in the upcoming Rare Digital Art Festival.

About the Guests:

DJ J Scrilla is the former co-host of the Art on the Blockchain Podcast and a weekly FM radio show on WERA 96.7FM in the DC area. He is a prominent member of the CryptoArt and CryptoMusic community and he’s carved out a career as a critically acclaimed record producer, audio engineer and DJ.  He has deep roots in both the traditional music industry and the blockchain network.

Scrilla first officially spoke about cryptoart at a Government blockchain meetup in DC in January 2017. A year later he spoke at the now legendary Rare Digital Art Festival in NYC.

Scrilla began making cryptoart in 2016 and has since become one of the most prolific artists in the blockchain space, having issued more than 40 cryptoart pieces. 

In addition, he has over 20 years of DJ and record producing experience and has carved out productions with hip hop legends such as Cassidy, Raekwon, Mobb Deep, Nipsey Hussle and hundreds more.

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TTS 247 ETH Denver w/ Jessica Levesque & Michael Perklin of C4 and James Waugh of Enigma

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Tatiana comes to you from the ETH Denver conference, the world’s largest hackathon for Ethereum and other blockchain protocol enthusiasts, designers, and developers.

In a two part interview, she sits down with Jessica Levesque and Michael Perklin from the CryptoCurrency Certification Consortium (C4) and James Waugh from Enigma and the Rare Art Festival.

The CryptoCurrency Certification Consortium, or C4 for short, is a non-profit that provides certifications to professionals who perform cryptocurrency related services.

Michael and Jessica give some history into the forming of C4 and the inspiration for providing certifications for crypto. They give some details on the testing process, where to find their online courses and information for the company’s blockchain training conference.

James Waugh Joins Tatitana for the second half of the show. James is a community experience manager for Enigma, a decentralized open-source protocol that allows anyone to perform computations on encrypted data bringing privacy to smart contracts and public blockchains. He is  also a crypto art enthusiast and one of the organizers for the Rare Digital Art Festival, 

Tatiana and James discuss the growing crypto art community and what project James finds the most exciting in the space, the rivalry between Ethereum and Counterparty, and what’s in store at the next Rare Art Festival. 

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TTS 246 Kenn Bosak

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On a special combo cast of The Tatiana Show and Hodlcast with Sasha Hodler, we sat down with Kenn Bosak at the North American Bitcoin Conference in Miami.

Video games already have extensive currency systems which sometimes bleed into physical assets. Everything from social media to dating has adopted gaming etiquette, or lack thereof. While we debate the social impact of gaming and online interaction, Kenn Bosak praises the communal distribution and use of cryptocurrency along with the massive potential to distribute cryptocurrency among the gaming community.

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Kenn Bosak is a 31yo Cryptocurrency Maximalist. Living 100% off Crypto. 4yo Bitcoin Podcast host. Interviewing guests on a daily basis. Consultant to multiple blockchain projects. Sponsored by MonarchToken.io CryptoMining.Tools DiviProject.org & CoinFlip.Tech

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TTS245 Dr. Victoria Jones – Satoshi’s Page

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With the 2020 elections looming, a major debate topic between the candidates will for certain be healthcare. Several of the nominees have proposed government run health systems similar to the National Health Service in Great Britain. On this episode of #TheTatianaShow, Tatiana and Josh go behind the lines with Dr. Victoria Jones to discuss the realities of a government run system.

We explore the history of the NHS in the U.K., how it has affected the dentistry and medical professionals, Victoria’s personal experience from working in both public and private sectors, and how her studying of economics led to her interest in Bitcoin as a payment method for her dentistry.

Dr. Jones lays out the issues with the NHS, how free markets would provide a better quality service, and if she sees any country with a good healthcare system.

We also get a sneak peek into her upcoming book, “Truth Decay- How Bitcoin Fixes This” on Bitcoin, how it works, and how to use cryptocurrency in your personal and business life. 

About the Guests:

Victoria Collette Jones is a qualified dentist who has worked in the dental industry for over twenty years. 

She has had a range of involvement in different public- and private-sector markets, from small family-owned practices to large corporate chains, from local co-operatives to international institutions. She also spent ten years starting up and building her own dental establishment into a profitable enterprise in the private sector, and successfully sold it in 2017. As a result she has extensive experience in varied business environments. 

Victoria has also earned an MBA from the University of Nottingham, and is interested in the world of commerce and economics, including new payment methods and the ways in which these will influence and profoundly affect our future. 

Her familiarization with Bitcoin came in 2016 when she introduced Bitcoin as a payment method into her own business. Victoria now works as a Bitcoin advocate, supporting individuals and businesses that are similarly interested in adopting Bitcoin as a payment method. You can learn more about her and her work at www.satoshispage.com.

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TTS243 Grace Torrellas & Gabriel Kurman – Blockchain for Humanity and RSK Labs

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This special episode of the Tatiana Show introduces the talented and passionate Grace Torrellas of Blockchain for Humanity which serves the lofty goal of using blockchain solutions to change the lives of billions of people in the world.

Later in the show, Tatiana and Sasha Hodder chat with returning guest, Gabriel Kurman live from the North American Bitcoin Conference in Miami about RSK Labs, LaBitConf, and his involvement with blockchain for Humanity.

This episode will also be syndicated on the Hodlcast with Sasha!

About the Guests: 

Grace Torrellas is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of Blockchain 4 Humanity, a decentralized, not-for-profit foundation that scouts, recognizes, supports, receives donations, and catalyzes resources to projects applying the blockchain technology on positive impact use cases. Grace has been in the blockchain community for an extensive time, including cofounding one of the first blockchain nonprofits, Giveth, in 2015.

Gabriel Kurman is a regular speaker at international Blockchain conferences with more than 20 years of experience in corporate finance and private equity. He has been involved in the crypto space since 2013 when he co-founded multiple for-profit and non-for profit Blockchain projects.

In addition to RSK Labs, Gabriel is also the co-founder and CEO of Koibanx, a Blockchain services firm for banks and governments. Prior to that, he worked for Advent International in both Argentina and the United Kingdom where he raised a $1.65 billion fund for LATAM and acquired the LKM Laboratory. Before this, he also worked at Monsanto in Argentina and the USA.

Gabriel holds a Cum Laude Bachelor of Science in Economics (UBA, Argentina) and has a postgraduate degree in Capital Markets and Financial Services (Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, Argentina). He is a member of Bitcoin Argentina and the Bitcoin Latin America Foundation where he co-founded La Bitcoineta project and Blockchain4Humanity, a global Blockchain social incubator.

Sasha Hodder is an Attorney with DLT Law Group, P.A. where we support crypto-related businesses. She helps her clients navigate the variety of applicable regulations. She has worked with companies attempting to launch crypto-exchanges, establish LLCs in America and abroad, apply for various money transmission licenses; respond to SEC subpoenas, start crypto-hedge funds, operate a fleet of Bitcoin ATMs, and fundraise through Regulation D and CF. 

She is a regular guest on the Tone Vays Bitcoin Law Review Show where a group of prominent crypto attorneys discuss the legal news. She is the host of the HodlCast podcast, a show focused primarily on crypto regulation. These interviews have given her a deeper understanding of the industry from many unique viewpoints.

She is also a curator for the MerkleReport and a guest writer for Bitcoin Magazine.

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TTS242 Luke Mulks, Bobby Lee, & Sasha Hodder – Brave and Ballet

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On this episode of the Tatiana show, Tatiana interviews Luke Mulks and Bobby Lee live at the North American Bitcoin conference. Luke Mulks is the Business Development Director at Brave, an internet browser that promises privacy and security for their users. Anything that may try to track you on other browsers and collect your data without your awareness is blocked by default. Along with this, third-party ad blocking and tracking protection are integrated into the browser as well. Brave has created a new way to monetize the internet, and has implemented use of their BAT token for software users.

 

Tatiana and Sasha Hodder interview Bobby Lee, as they find out more about Ballet. Ballet is a crypto wallet, and a brand new, simple way to be able to hold multiple cryptocurrencies. Created for people that have no prior knowledge in crypto and those who are experienced veterans, Ballet is an innovative product that is leading us into the future of cryptocurrency. Ballet is a physical device, that uses a two-factor key generation process. Find out more about what inspired this iteration of wallets after working so many facets of the crypto industry.

 

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Luke Mulks

Luke has founded multiple businesses of his own, worked for others, freelanced, taught, worked in print publishing, print production, photography, video, audio, illustration, web design, development, user experience, client services, ad ops, ad products, strategic planning, product integration, product support and incident response.  He is a true Jack-of-all-trades.

 

Bobby Lee

Bobby Lee is an entrepreneur in the cryptocurrency industry, and he just recently founded his second startup, Ballet, in early 2019. Ballet aims to drive global adoption of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency. It is headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

 

Previously, Mr. Lee was the Co-founder and CEO of BTCC (formerly BTCChina), the first bitcoin exchange in China, and the leading bitcoin financial platform worldwide. BTCC was acquired in January of 2018.

 

Before BTCC, Mr. Lee was Vice President of Technology for Walmart’s e-commerce business in China. Previously he was the CTO of SMG BesTV New Media, the largest IPTV operator in China with the most subscribers globally. He moved to Shanghai in 2007 and started off at EMC’s China Center of Excellence, as Director of Software Engineering, with responsibilities for Cloud Computing and Cloud Storage.

 

Mr. Lee started his career in Silicon Valley as a software engineer at Yahoo!, and led the development of the earliest online communities. He graduated from Stanford University with B.S. and M.S. degrees in Computer Science, and was a member of the Mayfield Fellows Program. He earned an EMBA degree from CEIBS in China.

 

Mr. Lee currently serves on the board of Bitcoin Foundation, a non-profit organization that fosters the adoption of bitcoin globally. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, photography, watching movies, and playing poker. 

 

Sasha Hodder

Sasha is an Attorney with DLT Law Group, P.A. where we support crypto-related businesses. She helps her clients navigate the variety of applicable regulations. She has worked with companies attempting to launch crypto-exchanges, establish LLCs in America and abroad, apply for various money transmission licenses; respond to SEC subpoenas, start crypto-hedge funds, operate a fleet of Bitcoin ATMs, and fundraise through Regulation D and CF. 

 

She is a regular guest on the Tone Vays Bitcoin Law Review Show where a group of prominent crypto attorneys discuss the legal news. She is the host of the HodlCast podcast, a show focused primarily on crypto regulation. These interviews have given her a deeper understanding of the industry from many unique viewpoints.

 

She is also a curator for the MerkleReport and a guest writer for Bitcoin Magazine.

 

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TTS241 Brian Zisk & Mike Salvi

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On a special episode of The Tatiana Show, Tatiana brings you two interviews from the North American Bitcoin Conference in Miami, Florida. She sits down with Brian Zisk, a serial entrepreneur in the crypto space whose multiple projects include Chia Network, an eco-friendly cryptocurrency, producer of the Future of Money and Technology Summit, co-founder of the SF Music Tech Fund, and several others.

Brian reveals his involvement in the 6X7 Networks, the world’s only encrypted telecom carrier, and founding the tax company for crypto, https://cryptotax.ai/. He discusses his music projects and how he sees cryptocurrency impacting the music industry and the potential it has for artists’ bottom line. Tatiana gets his opinion of central banks creating digital currencies such as the Bahamas’ sand dollar, what pitfalls to avoid with these banks cryptocurrencies, and where he sees the future of crypto in the next 20-30 years.

Tatiana catches up with old friend Mike Salvi. He is a crypto-comedian based out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania who was a first time attendee to the North American Bitcoin Conference in Miami.

Mike gives some insight into his http://integrity.show/ which identifies and solves issues in the blockchain space. He gives a glimpse into what 2020 holds with his traveling crew of comedians at Haha For Hire.

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Brian Zisk is a parallel entrepreneur specializing in changing how people view industries. Brian is a seed investor in and Head of Market Development for Chia Network, the eco-friendly cryptocurrency of the future being developed by Bram Cohen, who created BitTorrent, and an incredible team. He is a founder of BuzzMakers, Inc., which has produced 19 SF MusicTech Summits, 7 Future of Money & Technology Summits, and the Maui MusicTech Experiment. He is a co-founder of the SF MusicTech Fund. Additionally, Brian is a Board Member Emiritus and Co-Founder and of the Future of Music Coalition and has been a Board Member and/or Strategic Advisor for a wide variety of tech companies and non-profits. Brian was previously a founder of The Green Witch Internet Radio which was sold to CMGI (NASDAQ: MLNK) at the turn of the millennium. He is active in many influential computer-mediated forums, is quoted and published extensively in the media, frequently appears on panels and at industry events domestically and abroad, and is an expert at frenzy whipping, brand awareness, and in creating new business models. He has traveled extensively around the world, and is connected to many cities, including San Francisco, New York, Maui, and Miami. He is married to the amazing Shoshana Zisk.

Mike Salvi is a grown man who refuses to grow up. His childlike fun point of view pokes fun at society and asks “Why grow up?” It’s much more fun to be a kid. Just ask Mike. You can catch him performing regularly either solo or with his comedy crew Haha For Hire.

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TTS 240 Scott Horton

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Amidst the controversy surrounding U.S. and Iran tensions, I invited back to #TheTatianaShow foreign policy expert and king of anti-war news Scott Horton to discuss the current state of affairs. In his usual style, Scott eviscerates the narrative peddled by the mainstream media and Washington’s warmongers.

As most Americans believe history started on 9-11, Scott debunks the tired tropes and myths surrounding the terror war and gives us some real background into the Middle East and American relations such as:

  • How Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan kicked off the interventions during the Soviet-Afghan war in the 1980’s and the arming and funding of Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaeda.
  • Why Bill Clinton’s brutal sanctions of Iraq and stationing troops in Arabia were the direct reasons Bin Laden gave for his attack on the towers on 9-11.
  • How George W. Bush’s disastrous war in Iraq helped lead to the rise of the Islamic state, Barack Obama’s funding and arming of Al Qaeda in Syria and Libya in an attempt to contain Iranian influence, and how Donald Trump continues backing the radical Sunni jihadists in the Saudi war against Yemen.

Scott also gives his keen insight into the current issues of the day as only he can and answers the questions:

  • What was the real reason behind Soleimani being in Iraq and was he there on a peace mission with the Saudis?
  • Does Trump truly want war with Iran or is he doing the bidding of the neoconservatives?
  • Why are young people so easily propagandized into going to war and what can the right wing of America do to hold Trump to his promise to bring the troops home?

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Scott Horton is the author of Fool’s Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan, FoolsErrand.us, managing director of the Libertarian Institute at LibertarianInstitute.org, editorial director of Antiwar.com, host of Antiwar Radio on Pacifica, 90.7 FM KPFK in Los Angeles and KUCR 88.3 in Riverside, California and podcasts the Scott Horton Show from this website.

In 2007, Horton won the Austin Chronicle‘s “Best of Austin” award for his Iraq war coverage on Antiwar Radio. He’s conducted more than 5,000 interviews since 2003.

His articles have appeared at Antiwar.com The American Conservative, the History News Network, The Future of Freedom, The National Interest and the Christian Science Monitor, and he contributed a chapter to the 2019 book, The Impact of War.
He is a fan of, but no relation to the lawyer from Harper’s.

Scott lives in Austin, Texas with his wife, investigative reporter Larisa Alexandrovna Horton.

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