Tegan Jones is the global reviews editor at Finder and the host of our crypto and Web3 podcast, Block Climbing. An award winning journalist, she has been reporting on consumer tech, gaming and telecommunications for the past 10 years. She won best reviewer and best consumer tech coverage in the 2021 IT Journalism Awards. She regularly appears on ABC News, A Current Affair, The Project, Triple J and other mainstream media channels as an expert tech commentator. Her previous roles include editor and deputy editor of Gizmodo Australia, as well as commercial editor of Business Insider, Lifehacker, Kotaku and Gizmodo Australia. She is also the co-host of one of the top technology podcasts in Australia, Queens of the Drone Age.
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This week Tim & Tegan are joined by Finder's investments editor, Kylie Purcell, to explain what crypto ETFs are and how they work. They also dive into the wild world of digital real estate.
This week we get into crypto wallets and the difference between hot, cold and paper storage. Tim also buys one of those reddit NFTs.
This week we chat to Lisa Wade, CEO of DigitalX, about where crypto regulation is currently at in Australia. We also take a look at the fascinating concept of decentralised identity and how it might be applied in the future.
We take a closer look at Australian crypto tax with Danny Talwar from Koinly. We also check out the new metaverse Frida Kahlo exhibition.
This week: How you actually make a cryptocurrency and South Korean YouTube channel hacked, replaced with Elon Musk cryptocurrency videos.
This week Tim & Tegan look at the Australian Labor government's stance on crypto regulation and Adam Neumann (of WeWork fame) foray into blockchain start ups. They also chat to Dr Peter Howson about the potential positive environmental impact of the Ethereum Merge.
The Ethereum merge is finally happening! So this week Tegan and Tim dive into what this actually means and why it's a big deal. They also look at Tiffany & Co NFTs and the Sports Chain crypto scam in Sri Lanka.
This week Tesla sold 75% of its Bitcoin holdings, so dive into the short but tumultous history between the crypto and Elon Musk.
Discover the best parenting brands in Australia, as rated by real Australians in the Finder Retail Awards.
This week Reddit announces Collectible Avatars that sure do sound like NFTs. Meanwhile, the crypto 'bailouts' have begun.