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Jason Yanowitz and Santiago Roel Santos discuss the latest in crypto news, from wallet hacks to BTC-backed mortgages.
On today’s episode of “Empire‘s” Weekly Roundup, Jason Yanowitz and Santiago Roel Santos dive in by talking security in the wake of Arthur0x’s wallet hack, then segue into equity vs. tokens and what the future will hold for hard commodities like gold as BTC becomes foundational to other nation states.
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Check out what they had to say in the video below.👇
“Empire” is a twice-a-week show. On Thursdays, Jason interviews crypto industry movers and shakers to talk about their struggles, bold moves and tough decisions. Friday’s weekly roundup episodes feature co-host Santiago Roel Santos and cover the top news from the past week.
For any NPR or Guy Raz fans out there, you can think of “Empire” as a “How I Built This” for the bitcoin and crypto industry.
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