The Blockchain Show is a weekly podcast that demystifies cryptocurrencies and distributed ledger technology.


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In May 2016, a crack commando (as in wearing no underwear on our cracks) unit was sent to the recording studio for a crime they hadn’t yet committed (probably).

These men and women promptly escaped from a maximum-security production suite to the Los Angeles underground.

Today, still wanted by Cryptogeeks, Unicorns and Decentralized Autonomous Organizations around the world, they survive as soldiers of (not much) fortune.

If you have a problem… if no one else can help… and if you can find them… maybe you can hire… The Blockchain Show Team.

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Because we rarely like to blow our own trumpet – therefore it’s really nice when someone does it for us…

You will be pleased to know we have been confirmed by Upfolio to be in the Top 100 influencers around blockchain, globally.

We also recommend checking out some of the other fine Podcasts on the list.

We were also recently rated by 101 Blockchains as one of the Top 5 Podcasts to Follow in 2018 and by Crypto Radio as one of the 12 best Podcasts to follow

Finally The Blockchain Show was selected by Feedspot as one of the Top 25 Cryptocurrency Podcasts on the web.

Blockchain Show Roll Call:

Ethan Kinderknecht – Producer, Co-host

Ethan "Hannibal" Kinderknecht - Blockchain Show Producer

A master mu​sician and sound engineer. Ethan records, edits, and produces The Blockchain Show podcast in Los Angeles, California.

On the potential of Blockchain:

“The technology behind Bitcoin still has incredible potential for everyone on the planet.”

Sarah Hempfling – Co-host, Artist
Our resident visual artist, writer, and master hypnotherapist.

Sarah "Face" Hempfling - Blockchain Show Artist
On the potential of Blockchain:

“First of all, some may describe me as a Luddite, while in fact I am jumping on this creative new train of thought. For after trudging through the sludge of an old and dying system, I find great hope and joy when people come together in a positive effort to improve our way of life.

Above all, It’s incredibly liberating and the possibilities seem endless.”