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March 22, 2013, 06:45:51 AM
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Host Brian Lehrer and guests Erik Voorhees (@ErikFoorhees) and Marc Hochstein (@MarchHochstein)  

(The video shows a typo on Erik's name and Twitter handle.)


Taped: 3-18-13

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Segment 4 -- Cloudy Cash

Finally, Bitcoin, and what the rise of the controversial cyber currency means for banks, government and the economy with guests, Marc Hochstein and Erik Voorhees. Hochstein is executive editor of American Banker magazine and Voorhees directs marketing and communications at BitInstant.com, a New York-based Bitcoin payment processor.


I liked the question about how Bitcoin will be used 10 years out if it succeeds.  Erik responded that those financial intermediaries who profit from "moving" bits will be displaced.

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