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The Bitcoin Podcast Network is a collection of long form conversation format podcasts on bitcoin, blockchain, ethereum and everything in between. Shows include The Bitcoin Podcast, Announcements, On-Ramping with Dee, Dose of Ether, Hashing It Out, Just the Headers, and Blocked by Design.
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This episode Corey and Collin bring on the academics Arthur Gervais and Dominik Harz from Imperial College London. They discuss a new protocol that attempts to reduce the required financial deposits for various mechanisms in a way that does not reduce security. In other words, it is an attempt to help with over-collateralization, which could save investors a lot of money! As always, we get into the weeds to try and figure out exactly how it works, and where it is best used. Come listen and enjoy!Links:https://balance-resear.ch/Donate to Hashing It Out!
Would you put Bitcoin in your 401k? Most likely if you are listening to this show. Corey and Demetrick discuss a litany of topics this episode with an OG, ExiledSurfer: what does crypto look like when the remaining 50% of the population joins the craze, what makes ethereum more of a draw than bitcoin, how can governance take place in cryptoanarchy, and why does Exiled Surfer roll his cigarettes directly into the microphone. Also, there was a bird orgy outside of Corey's house...those birds were freaky-naughty.Donate!
In this episode the roundtable is open. Ray Redacted, Jessie "The Man" Broke, Harry D and Taylor from MyCrypto all swing by to discuss security, why it is not sexy and what it needs to do to be sexy. Corey invents a new acronym, "SIS." Everyone in the roundtable agrees that it should be a new standard way of thinking. Also, Taylor reminds everyone in the crypto community that the worst user experience is the one where the user loses their money. Nobody wants that. Oh...and for good measure, if you aren't using 2FA or some form of MFA, then you are just waiting to get pwned. Waiting very patiently to get pwned.
We're happy to welcome back Truebit Protocol to the podcast! This time we're speaking with Jason Teutsch, mathematican, computer scientist, and founder of the protocol. Truebit is an incentivization scheme for the compute and validation of off-chain code execution with on-chain commitment and validation. We talk about the protocol, but also about their two-token model for producing value in the network and encouraging participation. Truebit is a very interesting protocol, listen and then check it out!Links:Truebit protocol whitepaper:http://people.cs.uchicago.edu/~teutsch/papers/truebit.pdfToken whitepaper:http://people.cs.uchicago.edu/~teutsch/papers/stableCPU.pdf10-minute token lightning talk @ TEGG 2019:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFcSqKXfCuE&t=28198Truebit-OS software demo:https://github.com/TrueBitFoundation/truebit-osDonate to HIO!
Just The Headers #67

Just The Headers #67

2019-09-0400:58:16

This is a weekly headline show where Dee and Jessie Broke do their best to highlight bits of nonce-sense from Crypto News. We only choose three articles, essentially at random, from the litany of blockchain news that is syndicated throughout a week. If you are interested in all the news articles that we horde in a week, please visit the link below to look at our collection.Enjoy!Crypto Headline Database:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1XDslU2J4ipR9BawjfEAihqTusr4NZqjq4S5ALY8sMJw/edit?usp=sharing
Just The Headers #66

Just The Headers #66

2019-09-0300:55:321

This is a weekly headline show where Dee and Jessie Broke do their best to highlight bits of nonce-sense from Crypto News. We only choose three articles, essentially at random, from the litany of blockchain news that is syndicated throughout a week. If you are interested in all the news articles that we horde in a week, please visit the link below to look at our collection.Enjoy!Crypto Headline Database:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1XDslU2J4ipR9BawjfEAihqTusr4NZqjq4S5ALY8sMJw/edit?usp=sharing
International payments is not an easy challenge to tackle, and Stellar is working diligently to upend the current aging and fee-ridden systems for a more democratized method of international asset transfer. In this episode we have Nikhil Saraf, Principal Software Engineer at Stellar Development Foundation, to educate us on the core features of Stellar, how it achieves consensus, and the practicals of how Stellar can be integrated into regular business and consumer applications.Links:Keybase - Wallet for Stellar and end-to-end encrypted chat application: https://keybase.io/Best way to contact me (via Keybase): https://keybase.io/nikhilsarafCoinbase Earn tutorial videos for Stellar: https://www.coinbase.com/earn/stellarStellar's Reddit community: https://www.reddit.com/r/StellarStellar's chat groups (Keybase): https://keybase.io/team/stellar.publicDocumentation for Stellar: https://www.stellar.org/developers/Stellar Github Repos: https://github.com/stellarKelp, open-source market-making bot for Stellar DEX and centralized exchanges: https://github.com/stellar/kelpblog post summarizing SCP: https://medium.com/stellar-development-foundation/on-worldwide-consensus-359e9eb3e949SCP whitepaper (Simplified version): http://www.scs.stanford.edu/~dm/blog/simplified-scp.htmlFull SCP Whitepaper (very detailed): https://www.stellar.org/papers/stellar-consensus-protocol.pdfTalk explaining SCP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmwnhZmEZjcAnimated community video on the Stellar Consensus Protocol: https://www.lumenauts.com/lessons/stellar-consensus-protocolBlog post about "The Liquidity Problem": https://medium.com/stellar-developers-blog/kelp-why-we-built-it-the-liquidity-problem-425ca5558c1dDocker quickstart image to run a Stellar Node: https://hub.docker.com/r/stellar/quickstart/Block Explorer for Stellar: https://stellar.expert/explorer/publicStellarX, frontend to the Stellar Decentralized Exchange: https://www.stellarx.com/Donate!
Andy Boyan is friend of the network who is a long time listener and active slack member. This week he joins Lucian to talk about memes and the power of their narratives. As a PhD in Communication who studied technology adoption and mechanics, he drops some wisdom on how Ethereum can come to terms with its narrative, own its identity, and stay weird.
In this week's episode of The Bitcoin Podcast, Ray Redacted swings by to correct and address some of the lingering drama centered around the Bit Block Book conference. We also spent some time discussing Dan Larimer and what it takes to to create something that people will actually use. Again, Corey and Dee debate the merits of HODL vs using. Dee seems to think that there should not be one chain to rule them all. Maybe there is room for a counsel in crypto that can serve to guide this budding industry to relevance.Donate!
You want $150k? Have an idea? Is it Web 3.0? Check out Tachyon. Gabriel Anderson come on today to discuss the accelerator program by Consensys Labs, what it's like to transition from engineer to entrepreneur, the common features investors look for in an early stage startup, and the avoidable roadblocks and pitfalls that startups encounter. Check out Tachyon here: https://labs.consensys.net/tachyon/ and submit your application!Links:TachyonConsensys LabsTachyon FAQDonate!
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