Again featuring the most interesting tweets on crypto and blockchain. This time including tweets from Erik Voorhees, Joe Weisenthal and more. See all these tweets retweeted by me on date 3/16/18 at my Twitter address @stevechris.
Monthly Archives: March 2018
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.
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.
I’m already back with another podcast episode. But this is something different. Here I highlight the most notable blockchain and cryptocurrency tweets on Twitter.com. It’s a bit of an experiment, so tell me what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org or send me a tweet at @stevechris.
This is the most current content coming from industry leaders in blockchain and decentralized technology.
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”.