Connections: A debate over crypto currency


A group based in the Finger Lakes is organizing opposition to a Bitcoin mining operation. Crypto currency has made significant gains in the last six months and is more popular than ever. But to obtain certain forms of currency like Bitcoin, mathematical experts have to perform complex computer equations.

We discuss how it works, why they there is opposition, and why crypto has been so hot. Our guests:

• Vinny Aliperti, owner of Billsboro Winery on Seneca Lake
• Yvonne Taylor, co-founder and vice president of the Seneca Lake Guardian
• James Harrington, CEO and founder of the Ugandan Water Project
• Gary Palmer, owner and CEO of Minting Coins® at

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