Happy New Year 2020 to all the Citizens of the Republic of Bad Cryptopia! Were excited to be entering the Year of Halvening with you. And to kick it off weve got a packed show with two great interviews to set the tone.

You may recall the crazy ICO season of 2017. Since that time, token sales have grown up a bit. Well bring you a discussion with Andy Bromberg of Coinlist, a platform that works only with deeply-vetted blockchain projects.

Then, youll hear from Christina Lomazzo. UNICEFs Blockchain Lead, Christina oversees blockchain and cryptocurrency initiatives. Her team builds internal prototypes and supports projects such as the UNICEF CryptoFund. They work to do good stuff.

Dont drop it like its hot. But maybe pass it to a friend like its a warm, yummy bagel. All the content-rich crypto goodness laced with silliness and bad dad jokes is right here for episode 352 of The Bad Crypto Podcast.

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Andy Bromberg is the co-founder and president of CoinList, a platform that connects accredited investors with deeply-vetted blockchain companies, helps projects run their ICOs, and also provides compliance, hackathon and airdrop services. Previously, he was the co-founder and CEO of Sidewire. Before that, Andy co-founded the Stanford Bitcoin Group.

Prior to joining UNICEF, Christina worked at Deloitte where she supported various levels of government in Canada who were exploring blockchain.  Christina wrote her masters thesis on how global banks have responded to blockchain and has taught at NYU and MIT on the topic.

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