The Bitcoin Game #43: Monero's 'FluffyPony' Part 2
Hello, welcome to episode 43 of The Bitcoin Game, I’m Rob Mitchell. This is part two of my interview with Riccardo “FluffyPony” Spagni of Monero. In part one, we focused on Riccardo’s past and the early days of Monero. In today’s episode, Riccardo gives his views on topics like Ethereum, Proof of Work, Monero’s regular hard forks, Barry Silbert’s love of Ethereum Classic, tinfoil hat theories about Gavin Andresen, Riccardo’s CEO title, and much more.
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