Yesterday, I did a podcast with CoinSpice’s C. Edward Kelso. He turned it around fast, and the podcast was live a few hours later.
Kelso asked me questions about collapsed Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX and also about legal threats made to me by WB21 (now Black Banx)—the third-party payment processor holding $9 million in Quadriga funds—after I wrote about them.
WB21 has a history of threatening reporters who write about them, so this was nothing new. But after so much bad press, WB21 rebranded, and I wrote about that, too.
It is always a little overwhelming talking about Quadriga. The story is so long, involved and complex that it really belongs in a Netflix series.
What was exciting was that this was my first podcast. I purchased the necessary equipment: a blue Yeti USB microphone (recommended by Jackson Palmer) and a pair of Audio-Technica ATH-M50x professional studio monitor headphones.
Now that I have the necessary equipment, I’m ready for my next podcast!