Ep.6 The Bitcoin Cash Time Bomb

Hello Bitcoiners!

This week on the Unhashed Podcast: Is Brian Armstrong channeling his inner Donald Trump for the firing spree at Coinbase? Can Bitcoin Cash finally truly achieve Satoshi’s original vision? And, if there are an infinite number of universes, are there aliens out there also freaking out about this fork? Find out the answers to these and many other questions now.

See you on the other side.


  1. Coinbase is on a Pre-IPO firing Spree

  2. Venezuela and cryptocurrency: oppressor or lifeline?

    1. Salt bae

    2. The Maduro government is combating hyperinflation and poverty with measures such as stricter price controls, which have led to mass food shortages

    3. As Venezuela’s economic woes have worsened, Maduro has proclaimed that the US and other countries are waging an “economic war” against Venezuela. He and Kim might make good friends.

  3. Bitcoin Cash fork

    1. Price surges 12%

    2. Do price surges make sense ultimately?

    3. Bitcoin clashic twitter account

  4. South Korean court rules banks cannot deny access to services to crypto exchanges

  5. Ads that follow you around the internet

    1. https://coinprofitsdaily.com/three-cryptos-better-than-bitcoin/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI3OXrw7C-3gIVSiWtBh0OxgtkEAEYASAAEgLAjPD_BwE

      1. Click on NY Times above it for a good LOL

      2. Subsidiary of Wealthpire, Inc.

        1. Accused by the SEC in to 2016 for fraud, settled for $1.5M

        2. https://www.sec.gov/news/pressrelease/2016-184.html

          1. “Sept. 13, 2016 - The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that a self-proclaimed “stock trading whiz kid” and his stock newsletter company in Los Angeles have agreed to pay nearly $1.5 million to settle charges that they defrauded subscribers through false statements and misrepresentations.

            According to the SEC’s complaint, Manuel E. Jesus and his newsletter company Wealthpire Inc. used advertising materials and websites touting him as “the untutored prodigy of stock investing” under the alias Manny Backus.  A self-purported “math whiz” who boasted a “skyscraping” IQ and training as a professional chess player, Backus claimed to be actively trading in the stock market with “real money” by age 19. The SEC’s complaint also states that Wealthpire materials claimed that Backus made millions of dollars before “deciding to help other investors” by starting an alert service that let traders copy his every trading move.”

      3. “Stock trading whiz kid” - Where have I heard something like this before...Altucher, we are looking at you.

      4. Please don’t give these jokers your email address…

  6. Elon musk fake identity crypto scam raises $170k


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