Welcome to another episode of Coppercasts!

For the 15th edition, we're joined by John Newbery, founder and executive director of Brink.

Brink is a nonprofit organisation that strives to support Bitcoin’s open source developer community. In addition to writing grants to Bitcoin projects, Brink is also training promising Bitcoin developers in its fellowship program.

CopperCasts are split into two parts. The first is a short (2min) video in which our guest shares with us something they find unusual or inspiring about the digital asset space. The second half is a traditional audio-only podcast, which you can stream at the bottom of this page, or search for it in all the usual places.

In the above Show & tell segment, John unpacks how Brink is contributing to Bitcoin’s long-term success in a 3min explainer.

In the longer audio-only conversation with CopperCasts host Tyler Kenyon, John describes the inner workings of the bitcoin development community, explains why he founded Brink and also covers all things Taproot.

P.S. The best link for the PR Review Club (which John momentarily couldn't recall during the podcast recording) is https://bitcoincore.reviews/. Here you will find all the relevant details about how to get involved.

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Previous episodes:

Ep 001 - Charlie Morris

Ep 002 - Geoff White

Ep 003 - Jeff Hancock

Ep 004 - Piers Ridyard

Ep 005 - David Shrier

Ep 006 - Iain Wilson

Ep oo7 - Michael Hall

Ep oo8 - Erica Stanford

Ep oo9 - Konstantin Anissimov

Ep 010 - Yichen Wu

Ep 011 - David Marsh

Ep012 - Stani Kulechov

Ep013 - Hugo Philion

Ep014 - Philip Gradwell

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