The Personalities that Dominate Crypto – User Feedback Requested

In this episode I’ll give you a walk-through of ShapeShift. Also, help me consider what to cover in future episodes. Shall we explore the different personalities in crypto? Take them on one-by-one? LIke

  • The Libertarian
  • The dystopian
  • The drug/illegal arms dealer
  • The gamer
  • The wall street quant
  • The speculator or pump and dumper
  • The venture capitalist

Give me thoughts/feedback at or @stevechris on Twitter

Comparing blockchain now to the the iPad’s predecessor

Did the iPad have a predecessor? Yes. Why don’t we even know it by name? Will we remember blockchain as it is today? If not, why not?

In this podcast episode we explore this idea that a first version of a technology is often not the ultimate version. Give it a listen.

Traditional Thought Leaders vs Ascending Crypto Thought Leaders

In this podcast, we consider people who promoted the rise of the Internet and how they differ from those today that promote the rise of blockchain and cryptocurrency. We also discuss those today who endorse blockchain and how they differ from those today who endorse cryptocurrency as a cash replacement. Below is a chart that shows the details of the matrix we discuss.

Mr Lambo / Hat dude Wall Street / Academia
Blockchain Tech in General Thumbs Up Thumbs Up
Crypto Replacing Cash Thumbs Up TBD or ???

For whose with podcasting apps/clients that can’t read the table above:

  • Mr. Lambo / Hat Dude’s likely views on…
    • Blockchain Tech in general: thumbs up!
    • Crypto likely to replace cash: thumbs up!
  • Wall Street / Academia views on…
    • Blockchain Tech in general: thumbs up!
    • Crypto likely to replace cash: Unknown, TBD or just ?

Also mentioned in this episode is a podcast resource with a series of episodes that explore the future potential of blockchain and cryptocurrency. I really endorse this series of podcasts, especially for the newbie in the blockchain space. But fair warning, this resource is sponsored by a traditional player on Wall Street. Ohhhhh, no! See

003 Crypto TweetCast

This is the third episode of the of Block That Chain’s “Crypto TweetCast” where I review the best content from the smartest people on Twitter. Go to my Twitter feed here to see for yourself these tweets and the valuable links included in the tweets.

I have filtered through the most prominent people in blockchian and crypto and only share with you the stuff that’s interesting.

Give me suggestions of who else to follow and report in my Crypto Tweetcast episodes.

002 Crypto TweetCast

This is the second Crypto TweetCast which features the most followed and most interesting people on Twitter. I quote their insight and humour of their tweets that relate to blockchain and cryptocurrency. Goto my twitter feed where I retweet the tweets that I feature in this episode.

001 Crypto TweetCast

I’m already back with another podcast episode. But this is something different. Here I highlight the most notable blockchain and cryptocurrency tweets on It’s a bit of an experiment, so tell me what you think at or send me a tweet at @stevechris.

This is the most current content coming from industry leaders in blockchain and decentralized technology.

Crypto Mining and My First Rig

In this episode, we talk about mining crypto and compare it to mining for gold. Yes, there are similarities. I then share my experience as I build my first mining rig.

I mention Corey Blaser and suggest you follow him at @CoreyBlaser on Twitter. Also, I mention a helpful resource for visually learning about hashing calculations and the immutability of blockchain transactions. See it here on YouTube. Also, I bring back the offer of a hands-on exercise from a previous podcast where I send you some Ether cryptocurrency. All in an effort to spread the good word. This is extended through March 2018. Find the episode here under the month of Oct 2017, called “Your Hands-on, First Experience with the Blockchain”.

Sending Bitcoin: Behind the Scenes

There’s a lot more than meets the eye when sending bitcoin. Here we’ll talk about what happens after you hit “send” from your wallet. Sending bitcoin involves digital signatures, broadcasting to a network and other interesting stuff. As a bonus (which you can fast-forward past by going to 14:30ish) I talk about alt-coins, ICO offerings and how they differ from IPOs.

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