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In this episode, David Smooke (Hacker noon Founder & CEO) and Utsav Jaiswal (Vice President Of Business Development) held a discussion about security vulnerabilities crypto and NFTS. They talk about rug pulls, exploitation of platforms (Axie Infinity and Opeansea) by hackers, phishing attacks, and fake exchanges among other issues.   On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast: 03:38 – What are the current scams around crypto & NFTs? 04:30 – Does crypto need a custodian? 09:30 – What are rugpulls? 14:32 – What are the best worst Nft Scams of recent days? 19:20 – ETH (Ethereum or Ethiopia?) 21:51 – How do Fake Exchanges operate? 25:07 – How will the crypto industry evolve in the coming decade? 29:33 – Will crypto bring back barter trade?   Follow hackernoon; Twitter: https://twitter.com/hackernoon Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/HackerNoon   You can follow David's work at [hackernoon.com/u/David] (https://hackernoon.com/u/David) Follow Utsav’s work https://hackernoon.com/u/utsavjaiswal   Read about crypto scams on Hackernoon; https://hackernoon.com/tagged/crypto-scams
If you’re still not scared of cybercriminals now, you might be after hearing about zero-click attacks from Cam Canales, a Cybersecurity Analyst at CDW 👀 Amy and Cam chat about zero-click attacks like the NGO Baharani attack, Jeff Bezos’ zero-click downfall (almost forgot he was even alive anymore 😜), and the WhatsApp Pegasus phone call attack. They also get into securing devices on and off your corporate network. 💚   On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast: What is a zero-click attack? (03:35) 😱 What did we learn from the NGO Baharani attack? (06:09) 🥺 What layers of security do I need when I am dealing with sensitive information? (14:45) 📚 What are CISOs most concerned with in 2022? (20:24) 😳 How did organizations change their security strategy from working in office to working from home? (24:05) 🔄 Who needs to be care about zero-click attacks? (30:00) 🙉   ✨This episode is sponsored by Sonatype - the software supply chain security platform that reduces open source risk and minimizes exposure. Visit sonatype.com for more information. ✨ Find Cam online: Connect with Cam on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cameroncanales/   Learn more on HackerNoon: Read cybersecurity stories on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/tagged/cybersecurity Read about cyber threats on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/tagged/cyber-threats  
Stand up and listen in, Hackers! Nour Fateen, a Sales Engineering Manager at Recorded Future, talks to Amy about threat intelligence. They chat about the Threat Intelligence Lifecycle process of gathering data, analyzing it, and using it to secure your organization.   On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast: How did Nour get into cybersecurity? (02:00) Where do people start when they want to set up their security stack? (07:06) What kind of data do I need to gather to understand my organization’s state of security? (12:08) How can people who have a technical background learn about cybersecurity? (18:02) Wait, ransomware is a daily occurrence? (25:00) Do big organizations create a ransomware budget? (31:50)   This episode is sponsored by Sonatype - the software supply chain security platform that reduces open source risk and minimizes exposure. Visit sonatype.com for more information.   Find Nour online: Connect with Nour on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nour-fateen-04024776?originalSubdomain=uk   Learn more on HackerNoon: Read cybersecurity stories on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/tagged/cybersecurity Read about cyber threats on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/tagged/cyber-threats Read about this story written by a student, Aleksei Grokhotov, on HackerNoon about Threat Intelligence: https://hackernoon.com/what-is-threat-intelligence-used-for  
Amy chats with Eran Fine, the CEO and Co-founder of Nanolock Security, about the ongoing cyber war in Ukraine. They also chat about the history of Russian-Ukrainian cyber attacks, ransomware, the Colonial Pipeline attack, and more. 🇺🇦   On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast: Who needs to care about ransomware? 😱 Why is Ukraine not experiencing massive infrastructure-related cyber attacks - like what happened with Colonial Pipeline? ⛽️ Who needs to be worried about cyber threats right now? 😫 How can we prevent and mitigate such cyber attacks? 🥺   This episode is sponsored by Sonatype - the software supply chain security platform that reduces open source risk and minimizes exposure. Visit sonatype.com for more information.   Find Eran online: Connect with Eran on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eranfine/   Learn more on HackerNoon: Read cybersecurity stories on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/tagged/cybersecurity Read more about what’s happening in Ukraine: https://hackernoon.com/tagged/standwithukraine Read about the Colonial Pipeline attack: https://hackernoon.com/what-organizations-should-learn-from-the-colonial-pipeline-breach-jz3l37kk
Girl, pull up a chair and take a seat at the head of the boardroom because we are talking about women in cybersecurity this week on The HackerNoon Podcast. Misbah Fatima (Head of Security) and Farza Ashraf (Security Analyst) from Idenfo and SheSec Pakistan talk about how we can increase the number of women in STEM. On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast: How did Farza get into tech and cybersecurity? 💃 How did Misbah get her first job in the cybersecurity industry? 👩‍💻 Is cybersecurity a good field for women to get into? 🤔 How important is community building for women in cybersecurity? 👯‍♀️ How can we increase the number of women in cybersecurity? ⬆️ What advice do you have for young women who are trying to get their first job in cybersecurity? 🙏🏻 This episode is sponsored by Sonatype - the software supply chain security platform that reduces open source risk and minimizes exposure. Visit sonatype.com for more information. Find Misbah and Farza online: Connect with Misbah on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/misbah-fatima-z-936a7617a/ Connect with Farza on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/farzaashraf/ Learn more on HackerNoon: Read cybersecurity stories on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/tagged/cybersecurity Read about how women change the cybersecurity industry: https://hackernoon.com/women-in-cybersecurity-how-diversity-can-help-combat-cyber-threats-hu2n3507 Read about women in tech: https://hackernoon.com/tagged/women-in-tech
Ioana Frincu joins Utsav Jaiswal on this week’s episode of The HackerNoon Podcast to discuss DeFi, smart contracts, and OG crypto secrets.   On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast, Utsav asks: How can we invest in DeFi effectively? 🏆 (01:50) How do you keep yourself informed on DeFi trends? 🧠 (09:00) What new stuff do you expect from Ethereum this year? 🎉 (12:52) Is it safe to build so many blockchains? 😬 (21:26) What is that crypto secret that noobs don’t know? 🤫 (29:25) Is social media influencing people’s expectations? 🤯 (34:49)   Find Ioana online: Follow Ioana on Twitter @frincutz https://twitter.com/frincutz   Learn more on HackerNoon: Read DeFi stories on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/tagged/defi Enter the Decentralized Internet Writing Contest by HackerNoon and QuickNode: https://www.contests.hackernoon.com/decentralized-internet-writing-contest  
Utsav Jaiswal chats with Crypto Analyst and Twitter Influencer Josh Swigart (aka Crypto Fundamentals @BlocksNThoughts) about all things crypto. Utsav digs deep into Josh’s thoughts on Bitcoin, NFT, DeFi, stablecoins, and more. On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast, Utsav asks: What red flags should a new crypto project look out for? 🚩 (09:05) Is Bitcoin the principal cryptocurrency (over all the others)? 🏆 (11:10) What happens when a blockchain goes down due to server issues? 👎 (17:35) Do you have the ability to predict a project’s success or failure? 😨 (24:25) What is your thought on NFTs? 😜 (29:28) What is your take on stable coins? 🤔 (52:38) Coming from Crypto, Defi & NFTs, what next? 👀 (34:26) Does social media contribute to the stable coin woes? 📲 (57:19) Follow @BlocksNThoughts on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BlocksNThoughts READ HACKERNOON.COM 🦄 READ MORE ABOUT CRYPTO: HACKERNOON.COM/TAGGED/CRYPTO 🧜‍♀️
The world and Ukrainians have shown incredible unity before Putin's encroachment on freedom and democracy. The strength of the Ukrainian army grows with each donated dollar and written word of support. This is already evident from the recent victories of Ukrainian soldiers on the battlefield. We are aiming for 100 million of funds raised to help the Ukrainian army by the end of the week and we believe in the defeat of Russia in the near future   You can donate UAH now! Together to victory https://my.kuna.io/en/kunaid-ukraine   Or by the cryptocurrency address: BTC: 357a3So9CbsNfBBgFYACGvxxS6tMaDoa1P ETH: 0x165CD37b4C644C2921454429E7F9358d18A45e14 USDT (trc20): TEFccmfQ38cZS1DTZVhsxKVDckA8Y6VfCy SOL address: 66pJhhESDjdeBBDdkKmxYYd7q6GUggYPWjxpMKNX39KV DOT: 1x8aa2N2Ar9SQweJv9vsuZn3WYDHu7gMQu1RePjZuBe33Hv. #StopPutin #StopWar #StandWithUkraine   Here’s the thread from the government: https://twitter.com/Ukraine/status/1497594592438497282   On this episode of the podcast Limarc Ambalina, Richard Kubina and Arthur Tkachenko talk about:   00:08 - What’s the situation in Kharkiv? 01:03 - Confirming that missiles are hitting residential areas homes, apartments 03:58- “Anyone who has the ability to order a cappuccino, just a cappuccino, is a very happy man.” 04:23 - The infrastructure in Kharkiv: electricity, water, internet 04:36 - “When you wake up and you’re not dead, it’s a fine day. When you see that your family is safe, it’s a nice day. If you have electricity, whoa it’s a perfect day. If you have internet, it’s like whoa. I’m a happy man.” 05:36 What is the community doing to get through this together? 07:57 - On propaganda in the war from both sides 09:35 - “Ukraine is defending NATO from Russia” 09:46 - What is the mood and morale like right now? 12:05 - Is it true civilians are all being armed? 13:22 - “It’s not my problem whether or not the Russian soldiers are here voluntarily or if they’re being forced or tricked to be here. It’s not my problem. Our problem is to defend our homeland. IF they don’t want to fight with us, then don’t kill our children. When a small kid dies just because of a stupid airstrike, it’s devastating.” 16:24 - Are Ukrainians streaming still streaming out of the country? 19:54 - How is the Ukrainian government getting information to its citizens? 22:48 - How can regular people help out in the situation? Has cryptocurrency helped keep commerce going? 30:31 - Comparing what the news says in the West vs. What it says in Ukraine  
In this episode of the HackerNoon Podcast, Amy Tom sits down with Ilkka Turunen to talk about Supply Chain Security. They go over the Log4J incident that made a lot of apps built-in Java vulnerable to exploitation, what it means to be a field CTO, how companies can place themselves to collect user feedback, and a lot more!   Ilkka Turunen is the Field CTO of https://www.sonatype.com/ (Sonatype).   On this episode of the HackerNoon Podcast, Amy Tom and Ilkka Turunen chat about: What is a field CTO anyways? 🤔 (01:20) How do you stay in the loop on customer needs and feedback? ➿ (05:19) How has Ikka’s job as a field CTO changed since the pandemic started? 😷 (07:30) Supply chain attacks have increased since the pandemic started. How have Sonatype’s customers and the business changed over this period? 🧰 (08:53) Breaking down how the executive order by Biden’s administration regarding supply chains is affecting the software industry ⚙️ (10:06) What is the best way to mitigate supply chain risk? ⚠️ (11:49) Getting into vendor due diligence as mitigation of supply chain risk 🚩(17:22) Learnings from the Log4J incident 📝 (22:44) Why are 40% of Log4J downloads still the old vulnerable versions? ☢️ (25:47)   Log4J vulnerability resource center: https://www.sonatype.com/resources/log4j-vulnerability-resource-center   Find Ilkka Turunen online: https://twitter.com/llkkaT   Learn more about HackerNoon: To read HackerNoon stories, check out hackernoon.com To apply for a position, check out https://careers.hackernoon.com/ To participate in HackerNoon writing contests, check out https://hackernoon.com/u/hackernooncontests  
In this episode of the HackerNoon Podcast, Amy Tom sits down with Adebola Adeniran to talk about Money; specifically, mobile money in Nigeria. They go from sending money via email in Canada to how https://moni.africa (Moni) has cracked money lending by leveraging community governance. Which then got Moni into Y Combinator. It is an insider's take on what the financial landscape looks like in Nigeria and Africa at large. 💵   Adebola is the Software Editor at HackerNoon and the Growth lead at https://moni.africa (Moni).   On this episode of the HackerNoon Podcast, Amy and Adebola chat about: With about 60% of Nigerians being unbanked, Adebola breaks down how Nigerians move money on a day-to-day basis. (01:16) 💸 People in Canada send money via email (lol, could never be me 😂). So, naturally, Amy is curious about what interacting with the financial infrastructure in Nigeria looks like. (03:27) 🏗️ In Nigeria, mobile money agents are the primary movers of money. But, who exactly qualifies to be a mobile money agent? (09:17) 🤑 How long has mobile money been in Nigeria and Africa at large? (11:51) 🌍 What are the barriers to entry into the mobile money agent system? (13:01) 🚧 What does the competition look like in the mobile money ecosystem? (14:46) 🤺 How did Adebola get to being the People and Growth Lead at Moni? (16:11) 👨🏾‍💼 How exactly does https://moni.africa fit into the mobile money picture? (17:55) 💷 What gets Adebola excited about mobile money? (26:47) 😆   Read Adebola’s take on mobile money: Mobile Money: The Key to Financial Inclusion in Emerging Markets   Find Adebola online: Check out Adebola on HackerNoon: https://hackernoon.com/u/adebola   Learn more about HackerNoon: To read HackerNoon stories, check out hackernoon.com To apply for a position, check out https://careers.hackernoon.com/  
On this episode of the HackerNoon podcast, Amy Tom and Michael Brooks get into everything freelance. They dive into https://golance.com, Michael’s freelance marketplace company. How it came about and Michael’s insights on running it. They talk about wild experiences like getting kicked out of Belarus and taking a shot of Brandy first thing every morning before work in Serbia. It’s a wild ride and you definitely should tune in! Brandy or coffee in hand, your choice ;) 🍻   On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast, Amy and Michael chat about: What is Michael’s company, goLance, about? 👨🏽‍💼 (01:38) What does Michael want to do for the next 40 years? 👴🏼 (02:26) What did the journey to making goLance work look like? 📈 (09:40) Why work 40 hours for someone else when you can work 80 for yourself? 💀 (14:00) Does business coaching do anything for a founder/CEO? 👔 (16:35) As a founder, does your team care about your business as much as you do? 🚂 (19:00) Can the diversity that comes with having a remote team become detrimental? How does company culture play a part in this? 🌍 (23:52) How does goLance navigate payment flexibility with freelancers? 💸(27:46) Everybody is doing remote, but not everyone is doing it well; goLance’s competitive edge. 🏇(29:30) Having brandy in place of coffee in the morning, getting kicked out of Belarus, and other fun remote working experiences. 🍻 (32:30)   Connect with Michael: You can check out: https://golance.com   Learn more about HackerNoon: To read HackerNoon stories, check out hackernoon.com To apply for a position, check out https://careers.hackernoon.com/  
On this episode of the HackerNoon podcast, Amy Tom talks to Jon Mux, CEO of Mux, and Thierry Schellenbach, CEO of Stream. They dive into why each of them started their API-powered platforms. While covering topics like their first jobs, how they led up to being CEOs, their technical background, and much much more🚀   On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast, Amy, Jon, and Thierry chat about: Why are APIs even useful in today’s developer landscape? 🤷‍♂️ (1:18) Jon and Thierry tell us about their first jobs 👷🏽‍♂️ (05:17) Mux built on the idea behind Zencoder. But waaaitttttt... Is it cool to start a new company that builds off of the original company that you sold? 🥶 (10:27) How many team members were on the founding team of Mux with Jon? (16:29) And how many co-founders did Stream have? (18:04) How did YOU learn your Management Skills? (19:15)🤔 Is opposing opinions important? (22:20)👊   💎 Get approved for 10-20x higher credit limit with Brex - https://bit.ly/37doqiH   Connect with Jon & Mux: You can get connected with Jon at mux.com You can vote for Mux at https://startups.hackernoon.com/california/san-francisco-united-states   Connect with Thierry & Stream: You can get connected with Thierry at stream.io You can vote for Stream at https://startups.hackernoon.com/us/boulder   Learn more about HackerNoon and Startups of The Year: For more information visit startups.hackernoon.com To read HackerNoon stories, check out hackernoon.com
Annie Rauwerda is a neuroscience student by day and the curator of @depthsofwikipedia on Instagram by night. Since the pandemic, Annie has grown her Depths of Wikipedia Instagram page to 500,000+ followers. Amy Tom talks to Annie about how she grew her page, their obsession over cows, fun cows that have cameoed on Wikipedia, how she connects with her followers, and how she decides what to post. 🏋️‍♂️ On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast: What is the Depths of Wikipedia's Instagram page all about? (00:50) 📱 How did Annie grow her Instagram page? (02:15 ) 🤳 Amy and Annie obsessing over cows (3:31) 🐄 How niche is too niche for an Instagram page? (6:06) 📴 How Annie decides what to post for her audience? (08:18) 🙊 How does Wikipedia work? (9:06) 📜 Does Annie have a secret to success on Instagram? (13:38) 🤝 What is Annie’s advice for hacking the Instagram algorithm? (15:14) 🌟 What does Annie’s engagement with her audience look like? (15:46) 🫂 Annie’s take on having merch (16:41) 🤑 What’s next for Depth of Wikipedia? (17:36) ➡️ Follow Annie Rauwerda: Follow Depths of Wikipedia on Instagram @depthsofwikipedia Check out Annie's website: https://depthsofwikipedia.com/ Check out Annie’s TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@depthsofwikipedia READ HACKERNOON.COM/TAGGED/INSTAGRAM 🍌 START CONTRIBUTING: HACKERNOON.COM/SIGNUP 🍒
Okay, what the f is a shitcoin?! Amy chats with Ben Sunderland of Everscale and the Nevermind the Shitcoins podcast about... well... shitcoins 😂   On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast: What is a shitcoin? (01:15) 💩 I’m sorry, did you say tittycoin? (07:14) 🍒 What gives a coin value? (12:22) 📈 Can you get rich from shitcoins? (15:35) 🤑 What’s up with Daddy Doge? (19:42) 🐶 Can shitcoins bring actual goodness to society? (27:34) 💚 What is Ben’s fav shitcoin? (34:45) 🏆   ✨ This week's episode is sponsored by Bybit - one of the fastest-growing cryptocurrency exchanges, with more than 2 million registered users. Learn more at bybit.com ✨   Find Ben online: Follow Ben on Twitter @Mrbateman3131 Check out Ben’s podcast: https://nevermindtheshitcoins.com/ See what Ben is up to at Everscale: https://www.everscale.de/   READ SHITCOIN STORIES: HACKERNOON.COM/TAGGED/SHITCOIN 😵‍💫 START CONTRIBUTING: HACKERNOON.COM/SIGNUP 🖊
Lomit Patel is the Senior Vice President of Growth at Together Labs and a bestselling author 🏆 He is the author of the book, Lean AI, which is part of the Lean Startup series by Eric Ries. Amy chats with Lomit about his experience around joining early-stage startups and what a growth role at these startups looks like. They also go over his writing style and how Lomit thinks about the feedback loop for his writing. 💁‍♂️   On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast: What is Lomit’s role at Together Labs? (2:25) 📈 Lomit’s experience with joining early-stage startups (3:16) 👶🏼 What it takes to grow a startup (10:00) 🥇 The day-to-day of a role in growth (14:58) 📆 How Lomit works at a high level and manages granular detail simultaneously (17:51) 🖊 How the idea to write Lean AI (his book) came about (19:58) 📚 How does Lomit schedule his life? (28:03) ⏱ Lomit’s writing style and the feedback loop for his writing (32:30) 🔁 How Lomit uses LinkedIn to share his stories (35:24) 🧑‍💻   ✨ Thanks to our episode sponsor, Avast, the global leader in digital security and privacy. Visit avast.com for more information ✨   Vote for Lomit for the Hacker Noon Noonies 2021 Awards he's nominated for: https://www.noonies.tech/award/2021-hackernoon-contributor-of-the-year-lean-startup https://www.noonies.tech/award/2021-hackernoon-contributor-of-the-year-motivation   Find Lomit online: Check out Lomit’s website: https://www.lomitpatel.com/ Connect with Lomit on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lomitpatel   READ AI STORIES: HACKERNOON.COM/TAGGED/AI 🏅 WRITE YOUR FIRST STORY: HACKERNOON.COM/SIGNUP 🏆 CHECK OUT THE NOONIES: NOONIES.TECH 💚
Join Amy Tom as she asks ALL the questions about Ethereum to Andrew Levine, CEO of Koinos Group.   On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast: Who tf is Vitalik Buterin!? (03:28) What is Ethereum? (05:44) What's the difference between Ethereum and Bitcoin? (06:44) What is the point of Ethereum? (09:03) What are the disadvantages of Ethereum? (11:01)   ✨ This week's episode is sponsored by Bybit - one of the fastest-growing cryptocurrency exchanges, with more than 2 million registered users. Learn more at bybit.com ✨   Follow Andrew online: Follow Andrew on Twitter @andrarchy Check out Andrew's work at Koinos: koinos.group/   READ ETHEREUM STORIES: HACKERNOON.COM/TAGGED/ETHEREUM 🧩 START CONTRIBUTING: HACKERNOON.COM/SIGNUP 🥦
Louis Bouchard is a master's student by day and an Artificial Intelligence content creator by night. He is the creator of the YouTube channel, “What’s AI?”, which has 23k+ followers today. Amy chats with Louis about his content creation journey, what motivates him, and how he balances student life with YouTube video creation.   On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast: How long has Louis been an AI YouTuber? (01:46) What has been Louis’ favorite use case of AI? (06:43) How did Louis grow his AI discord channel? (11:10) What is Louis’ YouTube strategy? (15:11) How does Louis structure his day? (21:10) What is the future of AI? (27:00)   ✨ This week's episode is sponsored by Bybit - one of the fastest-growing cryptocurrency exchanges, with more than 2 million registered users. Learn more at bybit.com ✨   Vote for Louis for the Hacker Noon Noonies 2021 Awards he's nominated for: HackerNoon Contributor of the Year - computer-vision HackerNoon Contributor of the Year - data-science HackerNoon Contributor of the Year - deep-learning HackerNoon Contributor of the Year - facebook HackerNoon Contributor of the Year - game-development HackerNoon Contributor of the Year - google HackerNoon Contributor of the Year - iPhone HackerNoon Contributor of the Year - ml   Find Louis online: Follow Louis on Twitter @Whats_AI Follow Louis' YouTube Channel: What's AI at www.youtube.com/c/WhatsAI   READ AI STORIES: HACKERNOON.COM/TAGGED/AI 🏅 WRITE YOUR FIRST STORY: HACKERNOON.COM/SIGNUP 🏆 CHECK OUT THE NOONIES: NOONIES.TECH 💚
Finally, all your dumb Bitcoin questions that you're too embarrassed to ask will be answered! Join Amy Tom as she learns about Bitcoin from Andrew Levine, CEO of KoinosGroup. 🪙   On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast: Okay okay okay... wtf is Bitcoin?! (01:19) 🤔 How did we decide that Bitcoin had value? (06:10) 📈 When did we start trading Bitcoin? (10:10) 🌚 Who is Satoshi Nakamoto and what is this white paper? (15:59) 🧑‍💻 What does it mean to hash something? (20:02) #️⃣ Is Bitcoin regulated? (26:03) 🤯 Is it too late to invest in Bitcoin? (28:45) 🥺   ✨ This week's episode is sponsored by Bybit - one of the fastest-growing cryptocurrency exchanges, with more than 2 million registered users. Learn more at bybit.com ✨   Follow Andrew online: Follow Andrew on Twitter @andrarchy Check out Andrew's work at Koinos: koinos.group/   READ HACKERNOON.COM 🌴 START CONTRIBUTING: HACKERNOON.COM/SIGNUP 🏝
At 16 years old, Arian Adeli founded his first company, Rivo Trading, a FinTech startup. Today, he's a successful 17-year-old CEO and an Internationally Best-Selling Author. Amy Tom chats with Arian about his experience as a teen entrepreneur. On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast: Where and when did Arian learn to code? (3:46) 🧑‍💻 How did Arian get into the FinTech industry? (07:44) 💰 How does Arian battle the perception of being a teen entrepreneur and not being taken seriously? (11:28) 🥊 How did Arian gain the confidence to have business meetings with more established people? (15:32) 🥺 How does a teen entrepreneur structure their day? (19:32) ⏱ What is Arian's advice for aspiring teen entrepreneurs? (21:50) 💁‍♂️   ✨ Thanks to our episode sponsor, Avast, the global leader in digital security and privacy. Visit avast.com for more information ✨   Find Arian online: Follow Arian on Twitter @arianadeliii Connect with Arian on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/arianadeli/ Check out Arian's website: https://arianadeli.com/   Vote for Arian for the Hacker Noon Noonies 2021 Award he's nominated for: HackerNoon Contributor of the Year - Investing: https://noonies.tech/award/2021-hackernoon-contributor-of-the-year-investing   READ HACKERNOON.COM 🏅 START CONTRIBUTING: HACKERNOON.COM/SIGNUP 🏆 CHECK OUT THE NOONIES: NOONIES.TECH 💚
Welcome welcome, ya lil crypto newbie - don't worry, this is a safe place to learn. Join Amy Tom as she asks ALL the questions about Blockchains to HackerNoon's resident crypto editor, Utsav Jaiswal.   On this episode of The HackerNoon Podcast: What is a Blockchain? (01:30) ⛓ How many Blockchains are there? (06:30) 🤯 What is block height? (13:50) 📏 Can you hack a Blockchain? (23:20) 🥷   ✨ This week's episode is sponsored by Bybit - one of the fastest-growing cryptocurrency exchanges, with more than 2 million registered users. Learn more at bybit.com ✨   READ HACKERNOON.COM 🤔 START CONTRIBUTING: HACKERNOON.COM/SIGNUP 🧠
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Matt Robinson

the ads overlaying on the interview were so annoying for this episode that I had to stop listening halfway through..not sure what happened during editing but that needs to be fixed

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