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Meet Mike. When opportunity passes you by, it heads to Mike’s house. He’s smart, clever, and just the kind of friend James needs to learn about the digital wealth shift powered by cryptocurrencies and blockchain.
Status of DeFi projects: https://defipulse.com/
Compound calculator: http://www.predictions.exchange/
Compound Application: https://app.compound.finance/
This week we are taking a look at the crypto and crypto-finance (DeFi) market. Crypto Correspondent, Robert Koenig explains why he believes the DeFi market is blowing up, and why the COMP token gained over 300% in just one week. He’ll also show why it may just be the right time to get involved in this market.
An infographic video produced for IATA on 5 key blockchain solutions for the aviation industry.
Bitcoin price volatility is often given as the reason why bitcoin is impractical to use for everyday purchases. But will it always be that way?
What on earth is Bitcoin halving? Our Crypto Correspondent, Robert Koenig will help us understand what it is, when it might take place, and what will happen to Bitcoin security after the event. Robert also speaks about China’s digital currency (DCEP) and the implications it has for the economy… not just for people living in China, but for the whole world.
See The Bitcoin Halving Countdown: https://www.bitcoinsensus.com/bitcoin-halving-countdown/
DCEP vs LIBRA/BITCOIN/CASH Source: https://boxmining.com
Capricoin ist besser und schneller als Bitcoin und hat ein einmaliges kassentaugliches Zahlsystem mit Cashback
This is the concept of Electrify. Amazing Blockchain for Electricity like no other!
The blockchain is described as the next revolution in computing as it solves the problem of distributed trust when there is no trust on the internet. In this talk, we will explore what blockchain is in some detail from the conceptual use cases for it through to looking under the covers at how it works in detail. As the talk progresses, we will build up a sample implementation that will help developers form their mental model of what a blockchain is and how it works. In this talk, I will cover • Cryptographic principles used by blockchain • Storing transactions • Hashing with Merkle trees • Authorising transactions • Verifying transactions in a block • Proof of work vs Proof of stake • Maintaining consistency and consensus You will leave this talk with a very good understanding of how the blockchain technology works and how it helps you solve the problem of trust on a trust-less internet.
You will understand how the underlying algorithms and data structures work that are used to build a blockchain.
How cryptography is used to build an immutable ledger.
I will cut through the hype and focus on the technology.
One of the hottest technologies of late is no doubt Blockchain. But what is a blockchain? A blockchain is a digital transaction of records that’s arranged in chunks of data called blocks. These blocks then link with one another through a cryptographic validation known as a hashing function. Linked together, these blocks form an unbroken chain — a blockchain. A blockchain is programmed to record not just financial transactions but virtually everything of value. Another name for blockchain is distributed ledger.
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Oskar van Deventer van TNO tijdens de Technology Update – Blockchain over het starten van een blockchain-initiatief en de kansen van blockchain.
7 december 2016
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Judd Bagley speaks on the true value of Bitcoin. While the method of transferring money continues to evolve, it’s value is inherently clear.
Bitcoin is the best known, and most widely used in a long line of digital currencies. Its basic premise is that it establish a medium of exchange based on immutable mathematics, thus putting the currency beyond the control or manipulation of any government. Bitcoin and other digital currencies are based on “block chain” technology. Initially, a person’s wealth might have been represented in certain beads or special rocks. Next came smelted copper and eventually gold and silver. Then there was the problem of storage for this wealth inventory. So here came banks and coins minted by governments, followed by the age of paper or fiat money, checks and credit cards.
Today, instead of masses of paper moving through the banking system, all this transfer of wealth—debiting and crediting—takes place electronically. We are already in the digital currency era. You can pay for your coffee at Starbuck’s by holding up your smart phone to the clerk’s card reader. Bitcoin and other digital currencies are based on “block chain” technology. That technology is being studied by major banks for adoption for internal controls. But there are problems. Bitcoin founder “Satoshi Nakamoto’s” introduction to “his” white paper states:
“What is needed is an electronic payment system based on cryptographic proof instead of trust, allowing any two willing parties to transact directly with each other without the need for a trusted third party. Transactions that are computationally impractical to reverse would protect sellers from fraud… The system is secure as long as honest nodes collectively control more CPU power than any cooperating group of attacker nodes.”
What Nakamoto could not address at the time was Bitcoin’s legal status in the currency and taxation worlds. What exactly is Bitcoin for legal purposes? This is a critical question, because Bitcoin’s legal characterization makes a difference as to whether it is regulated, how it is regulated, and who regulates it.
Martin Mushkin, noted counsel on business litigation and corporate transactions, will discuss this new currency. Mr. Mushkin runs the firm MushikinLaw.com with offices in NY, NY, Stamford, CT and Petaluma, CA. His corporate law practice covers a wide variety of domestic and international organizational, financial, labor related, property rights, and litigation issues. He is a mediator for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Mr. Mushkin received his B.B.A. degree from the University of Wisconsin with a major in accounting, and his J.D. degree from Harvard Law School. He served as a Judge Advocate General officer in the U.S. Air Force before entering civilian practice. He was a Senior Trial Attorney with the Securities and Exchange Commission. He has an A-V rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the oldest and largest attorney rating service in the United States: the highest rating that they award. Mr. Mushkin has been an expeditionary mountaineer, having made four first ascents and a significant second ascent in Alaska. He is a member of the American Alpine Club and a member of the Greenwich Connecticut Town Democratic Committee
2018-03-22 Webinar Descifrando Blockchain, por José Vicente Rocamora
One of the spin offs of all the work done in the blockchain space is a renewed interest in fields like distributed computing and, of course, cryptography. Zero knowledge proofs are a way to prove that one possesses certain information without revealing that information. “One of the big problems with public blockchains is lack of privacy.”
Interview recorded on December 13, 2019 at the Dutch Blockchain Coalition seminar in Amsterdam.
Jags Rao, Blockchain Workstream Lead, Reinsurance Technology Initiative at Swiss Re, talks about Business Cases and Strategic Applications of Blockchain Competencies.
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Founder of eXeBlock, Jonathan Bahai joins us to discuss the Blockchain and what it can be used for other than cryptocurrency. An overview of how the Blockchain works that simplifies a very complex system.
Andrew Mooijman is binnen de Dutch Blockchain Coalition verantwoordelijk voor het thema Digital IDentity. Omdat blockchain gaat over het automatiseren van processen over meerdere partijen heen, is “identiteit” (van mensen en dingen) een cruciaal concept: hoe weet je dat X op plaats A hetzelfde is als X op plaats B? En dat dan liefst zonder allerlei informatie over X met elke transactie mee te sturen. “De oplossing gaat niet bij één van de partijen vandaan komen; we moeten dit als coalitie samen doen.”
interview opgenomen op 13 december 2019, tijdens het seminar van Dutch Blockchain Coalition in Amsterdam.
James is a wealth of information, we asked him about Australia’s gambling industry and how different it is to gamble using Bitcoin. His response is quite relevant given the wide range of industries that have been hacked prior to and since this interview. Servers that store data are ‘honey pots’, there’s a market for personal details, and it’s a major point of difference with bitcoin which is decentralised.
James is also a linguist, therefore quite natural for him to speak in terms of ‘bankers’ or ‘government’ money. Using those distinctions makes it clear how bitcoin is a choice, different in that people are not forced to use it.
At time of interview $5AUD was $4.7455US, currencies ARE a gamble, many people trade them as they lose/gain value in reaction to decisions governments make. And yes, bitcoin IS volatile 🙂
EDIT: Bitcoin Betting Guide is now known as https://www.bitedge.co – James can be contacted thru the site, book him for a conference 🙂
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