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Cryptocurrency

  • The Carlyle Group's David Rubenstein discusses new book, "How to Invest: Masters on the Craft"Crypto journalist talks FTX and what it means for crypto going forwardSmall Business Saturday's important impact on Park City
  • Laura Shin, a no-hype crypto journalist, breaks down what is happening in the crypto world with FTX and what it means for cryptocurrency moving forward.
  • Mallika Mitra, reporter for Money, helps us understand the Ethereum Merge - a big development in cryptocurrency and what it means for the cryptocurrency industry.
  • Coming up today on Mountain Money (00:04) author Greg Steinmetz discusses his new book AMERICAN RASCAL: How Jay Gould Built Wall Street's Biggest Fortune. (22:06) Then Mallika Mitra, reporter for Money, helps us understand the Etherium Merge - a big development in cryptocurrency and what it means for the cryptocurrency industry. (37:21) Mountain Money ends the hour speaking with the Wasatch Brew Pub’s Rick Seven about their ‘Fun at the Top Weekends’ in the Loft Bar and Tap Room.
  • Why is it that for many of us cryptocurrency just seems so... cryptic? We speak with Sophie Bushwick, senior technology editor at Scientific American about how crypto has become a mass-market product advertised to everyday buyers. But the risk of volatility that could bankrupt untold numbers of people is still high.
  • On today's Cool Science Radio, John Wells and Lynn Ware Peek's guests are Sophie Bushwick and Chris Cashwell. We start the show by discussing (01:36) why is it that for many of us cryptocurrency just seems so... cryptic? Sophie Bushwick, senior technology editor at Scientific American, helps us understand how crypto has become a mass-market product advertised to everyday buyers. But the risk of volatility that could bankrupt untold numbers of people is still high.Then, (28:20) artificial intelligence is ubiquitous and used for myriad applications most of us aren't aware of - like how it is being used to triage cancer patients. Chris Cashwell of Azra A.I. joins the show to discuss one evolving AI technology first developed to track down terrorists post 9/11, then later expanded to help law enforcement combat human trafficking, and now to help cancer patients.
  • Jesse Pound, CNBC reporter joins Mountain Money this morning to help us understand the crash of cryptocurrency.
  • This week on Mountain Money, Alison and Roger's guests include: (00:10) Journalists Andrew Blum and Carey Baraka, who discuss Google and Meta’s investment in subsea cables connecting Africa to the internet. This effort is changing how the internet works and who controls it, (21:27) Weston Broadbent, Wasatch CAPS Director, talks about the partnership between Wasatch High School students, local businesses, and industry mentors and (39:40) Jesse Pound, CNBC reporter, helps us understand the crash of cryptocurrency.
  • Veteran journalist Laura Shin tells the story behind the development of Ethereum in amazing detail in her new book, The Cryptopians: Idealism, Greed, Lies, and the Making of the First Big Cryptocurrency Craze.
  • On today's Mountain Money, (00:10) Veteran journalist Laura Shin tells the story behind the development of Ethereum in amazing detail in her new book, The Cryptopians: Idealism, Greed, Lies, and the Making of the First Big Cryptocurrency Craze.(19:59) David Wessel helps us understand the difference between the inflation we saw in the 80s and what is before us today.Then, (37:44) Jen Lopez, co-founder of Infinite Tentacle at Clever Octopus, shares about the Utah-based organization's mission to utilize reclaimed textile materials to create one-of-a-kind fashion accessories, home goods, and pet accessories as well as works with partners to create a sustainable retail eco-system.