DashCast Ep. 2 | Alex Mashinsky (VOIP, Corruption in Finance, Celsius Network)



Today, we talk to Alex Mashinsky, a Ukrainian born immigrant who’s thrived in American capitalism, helping to found a variety of companies and VOIP, a key underlying protocol of the internet. We discuss a variety of topics such as his personal past, the major shifts in finance, and much more. Thank you all so much for watching the video. If you enjoyed the video, please consider dropping a like and subscribing. Running into some trouble or questions? Feel free to leave them down in the…

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43 thoughts on “DashCast Ep. 2 | Alex Mashinsky (VOIP, Corruption in Finance, Celsius Network)”

  1. I hope you all enjoyed the podcast! Alex is a fascinating guy, and I hope to have him back on in the future. Also, just a heads up, there was a slight segment where the audio feed messed up where Alex is a tad bit quiet, but it corrects itself later on. Let me know who you'd like to see on in the future in the comments below!

  2. I lived in Estonia from 1990-2009. We started using VOIP very early on. In fact, Skype was created in Estonia. People who come from "occupied" countries have an innate ability to follow this credo: "necessity is the Mother of Invention". They have been driven since they can remember, to be inventive since the circumstances require that they do this to survive. In addition, they've built up a resilience to deal with struggle at a level we in the west are unfamiliar with since we are not accustomed to living under autocratic regimes. Why was I in Estonia? Because my parents were born there and escaped during WW2. It was my first language and it was time to "return". I think this was a very educational interview and would like to see more like it. I learned some useful information about Celsius. Also, I'm not a Millenial. Stereotyping is a bit dangerous. Don't judge us by our age.

  3. Excellent video with a valuable content. I hope the people that see this video enjoy the information like it's happened with me. Thanks a lot to anybody worked in the video. I would like to see Alex in the future. Just one thing, I would like to know why Nick is not reviewing Neblio, they have a huge potential.

  4. Great podcast. Enjoyed the perspective. Although Alex has a fundamental misunderstanding of what debt actually is and how it works, otherwise his market views were interesting. Alex could read up on some modern monetary theory and he’d learn how debt actually works other than traditional mythology.

  5. Hey Nick, great podcast. Just one suggestion, could you work on your intonation while speaking? You sound a little monotonous at times. Just put a post-it on your mic to remind you of it every now and then

  6. I always enjoy hearing Mr Mashinsky opinions given he is about the only person out there with the balls to point out the corruption on exchanges such as Binance and how they rip people off.

  7. ALEX THAT GOES TO YOU…… I HOPE YOU WILL SEE THIS!!! You said XRP doesn't help the people BUT THE BANK!!! IF YOU BELIEVE IN YOUR OWN STATEMENT witch I totally agree with you in this PLEASE REMOVE XRP FROM CELSIUS and add coins LIKE NANO THAT HELPS THE PEOPLE AND THE CRYPTO WOLRD FOR REAL!!!

    P.S ALSO I I REALLY HOPE PPL THAT HOLD XRP TO SEE THIS!!! THE REASON WE ARE HERE AND WE WANT THE CRYPTO TO SUCCEED IS BECAUSE WE WANT TO FREE OURSELVES FROM THE BANKS. XRP DOES THE F… APPOSITE! WAKE UP!!!!! WE GOT ONLY ONE CHANCE TO MAKE THIS WORLD BETTER….DON'T F… UP BECAUSE SOME OF YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY!!!

  8. DD – Just coincidence the US dollar bill contains 8 digits on the "serial code" disregarding the letters? Anonymous just posted a video re dollar collapse mentioning Bitcoin. Check it out. Interested to know your thoughts.

  9. Now that you are branching out your channel, determine which avenues are making you happiest. I did not like seeing you so bummed a few weeks ago my friend. If you like the DashCast interviews may I suggest Fay Li of Elastos.

  10. Dear Alex Celsius holds promise. Thanks. but…..America and Europe imposed sanctions against Zimbabwe and its people, that is the premise to the collapse of the Zimbabwean dollar. PERIOD! The US dollar is losing its value because lay Americans have been ripped off by their own governments and banks meanwhile the rest of the world does not want to be bullied into bilateral business relationships with the west. Given our history, a trustless system holds hope.

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