Hour 1 - 3
Hour 1 -- Alma Sommer comes on for a couple segments to promote Bitcoin Summit; Freedom's Phoenix Headline News;
Hour 2 -- Aaron Voisine (Co-Founder and CEO of BreadWallet) talks about this secure bitcoin wallet that requires no server, but directly connects to the bitcoin network
Hour 3 -- David Eisenstein (Attorney; Founder/Treasurer of MONSTAH PAC) talks about the public safety super pac
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2015-02-12 Hour 1 Alma Sommer; Freedom's Phoenix Headline News (Video Archive):
Alma Sommer - Segment 1&2
Freedom's Phoenix Headline News
2015-02-12 Hour 2 Aaron Voisine
Co-founder and CEO of BreadWallet
Aaron is a mobile app developer and entrepreneur. He studied computer science at Purdue, and has done several high profile apps including a puzzle game that hit the #2 most popular app in the app store, and the app for Yammer, (Yammer sold to Microsoft for $1B).
THE FIRST STANDALONE iOS BITCOIN WALLET
Unlike other iOS wallets, breadwallet is a real standalone bitcoin client. There is no server to get hacked or go down, so you can always access your money. Using SPV mode, breadwallet connects directly to the bitcoin network with the fast performance you need on a mobile device.
Search terms: NIST - NSA - MIT - Encryption - Satoshi - Bitcoin (It's all about knowing the best questions)
2015-02-12 Hour 3 David Eisenstein
Founder/Treasurer of Monstah Pac
Since September 2012, David, a licensed attorney in California (since 2003) and Arizona (since 1976) for 38 years, and a registered Independent, has had overall responsibility for Monstah PAC's campaign activities. Born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, he has resided in Carlsbad, California in northern San Diego County, part of California's Congressional District 49 for the past 5 years, after moving to the San Diego area in 2001. He has distinguished himself in federal and state courts around the country in cases establishing important legal precedents in the area of network marketing. (Learn more about David's background in networking)
David ran unsuccessfully for Arizona Attorney General in 1990, after co-founding a successful law practice which grew to twenty attorneys and fifty employees. He graduated with Distinction in the top 20% of his class in 1976 from the University of Arizona's College of Law, a Tier 1 law school, after graduating from the University of Arizona's undergraduate program in 1973, receiving a Bachelor's of Arts Degree majoring in Political Science and as a member of Phi Beta Kappa National Scholastic Honorary.
He has taught courses in poitical science as well as U.S. and international business law for the Keller Graduate School of Management and the University of Phoenix. He is the co-author of Sprint to the Finish, and has authored many legal articles over his 38 years of practice.