Huge interview for you today! Charlie Shrem and Anthony Di Iorio join Ashe to discuss how crypto currency “wallets” are turning into “blockchain interfaces” and the role that is playing to push this idea forward into reality.

We start with a discussion comparing a standard web browser to current crypto wallets. Now that the internet of value is now upon us, “browsers” need to evolve…but how? Rather than only displaying information (which browsers do currently) how will they need to change to help us adapt to the changing digital environment where value ownership and transfer is possible. If the storage and transmission of crypto-tokens was the first purpose of a wallet, what are the next steps to owning and controlling other areas of our digital lives (personal, financial and other private information)?

Of course we chat about the blockchain interface (aka “wallet”) and its future plans. What types of strategic partnerships will Charlie be able to secure so that Anthony’s vision of the Jaxx “browser” can be fulfilled? What about identity management and secure, blockchain based communication? You don’t want to miss this; the future of the value-based web is nearly at your fingertips.

Towards the end of the discussion, we chat about my experience in Offshore Banking and compare it to the user experience of what the team is building and offering.  Remember, all banks essentially own your “private keys” and are always in FULL CONTROL of your assets on deposit. Compare this to crypto wallets where you control and manage all of your information. While it requires a bit more responsibility on your end, the additional privacy, security and control offered is unparalleled.

The “Internet of Value” is upon us and it will change every aspect of how to manage and treat our digital lives. Could this be as big as when the “Internet of Information” was invented? How will it affect our online experiences and how will the free market adapt? How will entrepreneurs build new technologies on top of blockchains and help us protect our sensitive data as society gets used to this new digital value world? No one is certain, but we definitely live in exciting times.

Until next time…Keep Building Freedom!!

See More See Less


Leave us a review, comment or subscribe!

Meet the hosts

Ashe Whitener is the founder and host of the Liberty Entrepreneurs Podcast which aims to provide an alternative perspective to achieving individual freedom through the creative, entrepreneurial process rather than through the tried and failed process of politics. Ashe has two BS degrees in Engineering and is also an original member of Peter Schiff’s Euro Pacific Bank where he is currently the Head of Business Development. Much of Ashe’s experience has come during his time living in Panama and he continues to consult global teams on various projects including tech startups and offshore asset protection.


  • [ lifted from their website. ]   When We Started Eris Industries, We Asked Two Questions 1) Is it possible to build applications which have the benefits of interconnectedness, but without servers? It is. Distributed applications can perform the same functions of modern web applications by enlisting users to participate in the management and security of these applications’ data. 2) Is it possible to create data-driven interactions which are both autonomous and legally compliant? It is. Data-driven interactions are not exempt from legal norms and procedures, and platforms capable of operating within existing legal frameworks will be profoundly useful to businesses and individuals alike. With Eris Industries’ open-source Distributed Application Software Stack, developers can rapidly design, test, and deploy distributed applications which are as flexible, user-friendly, and legally compliant as they are secure. Think of us as the node.js of peer-to-peer technology. What will you build on the Eris Stack?

    Jump to Discussion Post 3 replies
  •   Weixing Chen and Yang Jun, the two Chinese entrepreneurs are pairing up to launch a blockchain based ride hailing app. However, the plan is to offer different life-style services that include ride hailing and deliveries. Read news here: Blockchain Based Ride Hailing App

    Jump to Discussion Post 0 replies
  • Intro- Blockchain basics: business ledgers Classes coming <p style=”text-align: left;”></p>

    Jump to Discussion Post 0 replies
  • Our new startup has a simple idea behind it – hosting that is private, anonymous, and free from censorship. I could spend a long time trying to explain it,… instead, please take a look at our video and site, and tell us what you think of it.

    Jump to Discussion Post 4 replies
  • is raising seed capital. What do you guys think about replacing the state’s function of storing legal documents? I assume they mean property registration. Unlike some prominent anarchists, I am in favor of this. Real property such as land titles should be on a blockchain. Thoughts? “Founded in February 2015 by David Mondrus (CEO) and Nathan Wosnack (CCO), iNation is one of the world’s first secure, distributed, and cryptographically verifiable store of legal documents. iNation is one of the first companies to address the coming unbundling of the government services market. More information about the platform, its products/services will be available soon.”

    Jump to Discussion Post 0 replies