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Michael Casey, MIT Media Lab New Digital Currency InitiativeCategories: Cryptocurrencies, Money

Michael Casey spent 18 years at the Wall Street Journal before leaving to joint the MIT Media Lab’s New Digital Currency Initiative. He co-wrote “The Age of Cryptocurrency” with Paul Vigna and is well known as a media commentator on bitcoin and cryptocurrency, the subject of this podcast.

Edited  24th January 2016.

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Joyce Kim and Jed McCaleb, StellarCategories: Banking, Cryptocurrency, Innovation

The Stellar Development Foundation is a nonprofit organization. They are building a common financial platform (decentralized consensus on a distributed system), designed to be open and accessible to everyone.

Joyce Kim began her career as an attorney at Sherman & Sterling and Wilmer Hale while also working pro bono at Sanctuary for Families and the Innocence Project. She became CEO of Soompi in 2006 and cofounded simplehoney, a mobile commerce startup, in 2011. Before cofounding Stellar, Joyce was a VC at Freestyle Capital. She graduated from Cornell University at the age of 19, followed by graduate school at Harvard and Columbia Law School. Joyce is currently a Director’s Fellow at the MIT Media Lab.

Jed McCaleb believes in consciously leveraging technology to reduce inefficiency and improve the human condition. He created eDonkey, one of the largest file-sharing networks of its time, as well as Mt. Gox, the first Bitcoin exchange. In 2011, Jed founded Ripple. Recognizing that the world’s financial infrastructure is broken and that too many people are left without resources, he cofounded Stellar in 2014.  Jed is also an advisor to MIRI, which researches artificial intelligence for positive impact.

Edited 16th January  2015.

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Sarah Meiklejohn, UCLCategories: Blockchain, Cryptocurrency

Sarah Meiklejohn is an Assistant Professor in the  Departments of Computer Science and Security and Crime Science at University College London (UCL). She has broad research interests in security and cryptography.

She has a PhD in Computer Science at the University of California, San Diego, an MSc in Computer Science from Brown University and a BSc in Mathematics also from Brown.

Sarah was one of the academics who provided input to the British Government’s recent report on distributed ledger technology, the subject of this discussion.

Edited 20th January 2016.

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Brian Rommele, Payfinders

Brian Rommele is the founder of PayFinders, a great app to help you find merchants that accept Apple Pay. More interestingly than this, however, is his considerable experience in the US payments industry and his history of accurate, perceptive and innovative views on that industry.

This longer-than-usual podcast was recorded after Momey2020 in Las Vegas but it’s only just been edited and released. Take the time to listen to Brian’s (accurate, as it turned out) predictions about the EMV migration during the Thanksgiving to Christmas holiday shopping period.

(When I caught up with him, by the way, he was busy turning a Raspberry Pi into a POS terminal using the Stripe API.)

Edited 10th January 2016.

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Sophie Guibaud, Fidor BankCategories: Banking, Innovation

Sophie Guibaud is the VP European Expansion at Fidor, one of Europe’s newest and most interesting banks. With a background in the VC and investment banking space as well as fintech, Sophie has a terrific perspective on innovation in the bank field and the opening up of the UK market.

Edited 20th November 2015.

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Sebastien Taveau and Gwen Yi Win, MasterCard “Masters of Code”Categories: Payments

For our last Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast in 2015, here is a special edition covering the MasterCard “Masters of Code” global hackathon and talking to Sebastien Taveau, Chief Developer Evangelist for the Open API team at MasterCard where he leads the outreach to the global developer community, followed by a chat with Gwen Yi Win from the team that won the Masters of Code Grand Final in San Francisco in December.

Edited 13th December 2015.

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Maurice Cleaves, CEO, Payments UKCategories: Payments

Maurice Cleaves is the CEO of Payments UK. Maurice has a long and distinguished career in the retail banking industry from joining First National Bank of Chicago  in 1980 to head of Global Cash Management for Barclays until 2013. Payments UK is the trade association (launched in June 2015) to support the rapidly evolving payments industry, bringing members and wider stakeholders together to ensure UK payment services remain world-class.

Edited 22nd November 2015.

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The podcast includes “stingers” from Apple Garageband that are copyright Apple and licensed as follows: You may use the Apple and third party audio loop content (Audio Content), contained in or otherwise included with the Apple Software, on a royalty-free basis, to   create your own original music compositions or audio projects. You may broadcast and/or distribute your own music compositions or audio projects that were created using the Audio Content, however, individual audio loops may not be commercially or otherwise distributed on a standalone basis, nor may they be repackaged in whole or in part as audio samples, sound effects or music beds.

Alex Batlin, UBSCategories: Banking, Blockchain, Innovation

Alex Batlin, Senior Innovation Manager, runs UBS’s FinTech Innovation Lab based at the UK’s Level 39 accelerator and leads UBS’s Crypto 2.0 Pathfinder research into blockchains and their impact on business models. He is also global head of UBS’s technology research service that delivers market landscapes, insights and foresight to business, technology and leadership communities.

In his innovation role, Alex worked on big data analytics, social media, cloud and mobile computing, device security, unified communication and cognitive computing projects. Previously he was bank’s global head of SDLC services. Prior to joining UBS, Alex worked at Nomura, JPMorgan and CSC. He has a degree in Computer Science from University of Bristol.

Edited 10th October 2015.

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Chris Gledhill, SeccoCategories: Banking, Innovation

If you don’t like your bank, start your own! Chris Gledhill is the CEO and co-Founder of Secco Bank, a London Fintech startup.

Edited 20th November 2015.

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Gideon Greenspan, Coin SciencesCategories: Blockchain, Cryptocurrency

Gideon Greenspan is the Founder of Coin Sciences Ltd, a company developing a suite of technologies and services for public and private blockchains. Other products previously developed include CoinSpark (coinspark.org), a rich protocol for enhancing bitcoin transactions with third-party assets and messaging, and Coin Secrets (coinsecrets.org) which shows recent metadata embedded in the bitcoin blockchain.

Gideon is a computer scientist and serial entrepreneur who has created a number of successful products including Copyscape and Web Sudoku.

Edited 7th November 2015.

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