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TTS 251 Luke Mulks of Brave Browser

TTS 251 Luke Mulks of Brave Browser

Luke Mulks from the innovative new web browser, Brave, returns to The Tatiana Show.

Brave, the privacy focused web browser, is on a mission is to fix the web by giving users a safer, faster, and better browsing experience while growing support for content creators through a new attention-based ecosystem of rewards.

Tatiana and Luke discuss the importance of privacy in the digital age and the steps Brave takes to make sure privacy is their number one priority, why the companies in Silicon Valley are not as competitive with each other as people think, and how Google and Facebook’s privacy settings are not really keeping your data from being collected.

Luke describes the Brave Rewards system where a user can earn BAT tokens for viewing privacy respecting ads, how to fund the content creator and publishers you enjoy and visit the most with BAT, and how Brave is giving back in this time of the COVID19 crisis by working with non- profits such as No Kid Hungry.

About the Guests:

Luke Mulks has founded multiple businesses of his own, worked for others, freelanced, taught, worked in print publishing, print production, photography, video, audio, illustration, web design, development, user experience, client services, ad ops, ad products, strategic planning, product integration, product support and incident response. He is a true Jack-of-all-trades.

He is currently the director of business development for the privacy focused web browser, Brave.

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POV Crypto – Fight Night XI – COVID, China, Checks, Change

POV Crypto – Fight Night XI – COVID, China, Checks, Change

David and Christian take time to reflect on recent news, and discuss what they are bracing for in times ahead.‚

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Bitcoin World #7: Syria – How Bitcoin Can Help Refugees WBD204

Bitcoin World #7: Syria – How Bitcoin Can Help Refugees WBD204

Location: BedfordDate: Tuesday, 17th MarchProject: MyjamRole: CEO

In 2011, growing levels of unrest over lack of employment, political freedom and high levels of corruption in Syria led to a small number of pro-democracy demonstrations.

Inspired by the ongoing Arab Spring revolution in nearby countries, the movement began gaining traction within Syria. The Syrian government retaliated with deadly force, leading to widespread calls for the president Bashar al-Assad to resign.

Disdain for the government grew, and with it, the government’s attempts at suppression intensified, escalating into a civil war that has now gripped the country for over nine years. It is no longer a case of for/against Assad as numerous groups and nations have been dragged into the conflict.

The Syrian civil war is the second most deadly in the 21st century and has displaced millions. The total number of Syrian refugees is predicted to be over nine million with many heading to Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt, with many migrating through Europe.

For the people of Syria, Bitcoin offers enormous advantages over cash. Within Syria, a large percentage of the population does not have access to banking services, and the Syrian Lira suffers from high inflation. For refugees, there is a risk of theft and confiscation as they make their way to new countries. Once settled, Bitcoin is also a perfect tool for remittances to their families back in Syria.

In this interview, I talk to Moe Ghashim, a Syrian Bitcoiner now living in the UK. We discuss the ongoing civil war in Syria, the devastating physical and economic damage to the country, and how Bitcoin is a perfect tool to help refugees.



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Chain Reaction – ZenLedger’s Pat Larsen: Navy Pilot To Crypto Startup CEO

Chain Reaction – ZenLedger’s Pat Larsen: Navy Pilot To Crypto Startup CEO

Host Tom Shaughnessy talks to Pat Larsen, CEO, and co-founder of ZenLedger. They discuss the issues with filing taxes when you have cryptocurrencies, what gaps ZenLedger fills, possible future use cases, and more.

Key Points

Most CPAs have no idea how to handle cryptocurrency in tax filings.Using ZenLedger saves you hours of aggregating information manually.

Tweetable Quotes

‚œThe IRS obviously cares. They’ve sent out tens of thousands of warning letters. They’re using blockchain analytic software. So I think the enforcement actions are stepping up, there will be audits, so you just want to take care of yourself.‘ ‚“Pat Larsen

‚œAt its core, we’re saving you time, we’re giving you accurate reports, and we’re giving you peace of mind whether you’re in a corporate capacity or an individual capacity.‘ ‚“Pat Larsen’œYou’re going big wave surfing & you just have to pick a place that has good waves & you need to trust that you’ve trained with your skills to be able to ride those waves, & if you fall down as you inevitably will, that you’re gonna get back up & ride another wave.‘ ‚“Pat Larsen

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To sponsor this top crypto research podcast, email Tom@DelphiDigital.io

Disclosures: This podcast is strictly informational and educational and is not investment advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any tokens or securities or to make any financial decisions. Do not trade or invest in any project, tokens, or securities based upon this podcast episode. The host may personally own tokens that are mentioned on the podcast. Tom Shaughnessy owns tokens in ETH, BTC, STX, SNX, RUNE, sUSD and HNT. Let’s Talk Bitcoin is a distribution partner for the Chain Reaction Podcast, and our current show features paid sponsorships which may be featured at the start, middle and/or the end of the episode. These sponsorships are for informational purposes only and are not a solicitation to use any product or service. Guest host Kevin Kelly holds tokens in BTC, ETH, RUNE, and LEO.

Music Attribution:

Cosmos by From The Dust | https://soundcloud.com/ftdmusic



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The Bitcoin Game #76: Andrew ‚Cybergibbons‘ Tierney

The Bitcoin Game #76: Andrew ‚Cybergibbons‘ Tierney

Welcome to episode 76 of‚The Bitcoin Game, sponsored by eToro. I’m Rob Mitchell.

Today’s interview is with Andrew Tierney, otherwise known online as Cybergibbons. Andrew hacks everything from oil rigs at his day job, to Cryptocurrency hardware wallets and smart locks in his free time. We conducted this interview a bit before COVID-19 had taken over the planet, back in the good old days (a few weeks ago), when we were more worried about malware than going to the grocery store without an N95 mask. Andrew and I discuss hacking hardware wallets, general security, IoT devices, home routers, his day job as a hacker for hire, and other stuff too. I hope you enjoy!


EPISODE LINKS

Andrew’s Twitter
https://twitter.com/cybergibbons

Andrew’s Blog
https://cybergibbons.com

Pen Test Partners
https://www.pentestpartners.com

Bitfi Hardware Wallet Hack Article
https://techcrunch.com/2018/08/30/john-mcafees-unhackable-bitfi-wallet-got-hacked-again

Abe Snowman
https://twitter.com/AbeSnowman

Oversoft
https://twitter.com/oversoftnl

Saleem
https://twitter.com/saleemrash1d

Shadow Ops
https://twitter.com/Shadow0pz

Trezor
https://trezor.io

Ledger
https://www.ledger.com

BC Vault
https://bc-vault.com/shop/bc-vault

Multisig
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Multisignature

Shamir’s Secret Sharing
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shamir%27s_Secret_Sharing

Secure Element (blog post)
https://www.intrinsic-id.com/pros-cons-secure-elements

Pen Test
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penetration_test

Caravan Multisig (Unchained Capital)
https://unchained-capital.com/blog/the-caravan-arrives

Rubber Ducky
https://latesthackingnews.com/2017/06/16/20456

OpenWrt
https://openwrt.org

Tomato
https://advancedtomato.com

Ubiquiti Routers
https://www.ui.com/products/#edgemax


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As Seen On
The GuardianTechCrunchEngadgetArs TechnicaPopular Mechanics
InfowarsMaximInc.ViceRTBitcoin MagazineVentureBeat
PRICoinDeskWashington PostForbesFast Company

Bitcoin Keychains – BTCKeychain.com


CREDITS

All music in this episode was created by me, or is from a jam with me, Mike Coleman and Steve Lunn.

The Bitcoin Game box art was created from an illustration by Rock Barcellos.

Lightning Network tips:
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Bitcoin tipping address:3AYvXZseExRn3Dum8z9tFUk9jtQK6KMU4g


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Let’s Talk Bitcoin! #432 How MKRs Stablecoin Survived the Crash, Smart Contract Bugs and Full Decentralization

Let’s Talk Bitcoin! #432 How MKRs Stablecoin Survived the Crash, Smart Contract Bugs and Full Decentralization

In the aftermath of the so-called „Black Thursday“ crash from several weeks ago, MakerDAO’s“DAI“ ethereum backed dollar pegged stablecoin came untethered and was, for a time at least, functionally insolvent. In the aftermath, holders of the MKR token which allows holders to participate in governance decisions opted to do a couple of things, including adding the centralized stablecoin USDC to the list of acceptable collateral, which drew both condemnations mostly around centralized risk being added to the system and praise for making the system more robust against sudden ETH collateral price crashes.

And now most recently, the Maker Foundation which had held some centralized control over the protocol completed their long-planned exit with all authorities now transferred to the holders of MKR tokens, removing both a point of control which had been used as a safety check and a point of risk in that centralized control can be co-opted and used to disrupt a system as we’ve seen in other examples.

On today’s show we’re digging into:

  • What is Decentralized Finance (DeFi)?
  • How does decentralized finance differ from traditional banking?
  • Fractional reserve vs over-collateralized loans
  • Liberty Dollars’s missing collateral and USDC’s risky name
  • MakerDAO, DAI dollar-pegged stablecoins and how this DeFi stablecoin actually works
  • SDAI (Single Collateral DAI) vs. DAI (Multi Collateral DAI)
  • Smart contract ‚vaults‘
  • Lending money to yourself: 150%, 300%, insurance and auctions
  • What happened on ‚Black Thursday‘ as the price of Ether dropped more than 50%
  • What happened when transaction fees went through the roof
  • A bug in the collateral auction smart contract
  • A surprising crash: as the system became functionally insolvent the price of the dollar pegged stablecoin actually went up.
  • Oasis.app vaults are transparent and pretty interesting,take a look!
  • Loaning yourself money using your ether (at interest)
  • How MakerDAO’s approach differs from SALT Lending
  • The other half of the DAI system: saving vault smart contracts
  • DAI Saving Rate (DSR) and the new certificate of deposit
  • The reward for using MKR tokens to administer a good system
  • Can savings vaults be liquidated?
  • Smart contract risks, consensus risks, systemic risks and response time risks
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  • What specifically went wrong with the auction smart contracts?
  • Recapitalizing the system by diluting MKR governance stakeholders
  • Even with bugs, market mechanisms to fill the solvency hole seemed to work better than government bailout equivalents.
  • Completing the transition from foundation-overseen to full tokenized governance.
  • Decentralization transition – A necessary step or a natural one?
  • Single collateral vs. Multi-collateral stablecoins
  • Why would a decentralized stablecoin want to allow a centralized stablecoin for collateral?
  • External political risks vs. internal technological risks
  • „Life finds a way“ and DeFi’s natural circuit breakers (also Mt.GOX)
  • Whats the point of putting USDC in to get DAI out?
  • How does DeFi stablecoin insurance work?
  • A modular ecosystem
  • How DeFi and traditional finance are similar
  • DeFi vs. 2nd layer protocols

Credits

Hosts: Adam B. Levine, Andreas M. Antonopoulos, Jonathan Mohan & Stephanie Murphy

Sponsors:eToro.comandPurse.io

Music: Jared Rubens andGurtyBeats

Editing: Jonas



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Proof of Love Ep. 52 Netflix’s ‚Love Is Blind‘ Part 1

Proof of Love Ep. 52 Netflix’s ‚Love Is Blind‘ Part 1

Is Love Really Blind?

On this episode of Proof of Love, Stephanie and Lauren discuss the popular new Netflix series „Love is Blind,“ in which men and women who are looking to get married get to know each other just by talking…without physically seeing one another.

The ladies give their review of the series and open up about their experiences in developing relationships, mostly in a long distance or online form.

Steph and Lauren ponder:

  • Is the premise of „Love is Blind“ a realistic way to meet people?

  • Can you be attracted to someone just because of their voice?

  • Will the emotional intimacy upfront improve the physical intimacy later?

Be sure to tune in to Proof Of Love next week for Part 2!

Do you have a burning question, or a show idea for us? Please email us at tatiana@proofoflovecast.com!

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*You have been listening to Proof of Love. This show may contain adult content, language, and humor and is intended for mature audiences. If that’s not you, please stop listening. Nothing you hear on Proof of Love is intended as financial advice, legal advice, therapy or really, anything other than entertainment. Take everything you hear with a grain of salt. Oh, and if you’re hearing us on an affiliate network, the ideas and views expressed on this show, are not necessarily those of the network you are listening on, or of any sponsors or any affiliate products you may hear about on the show.



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Coronavirus Lockdown in Italy with Giacomo Zucco – WBD 203

Coronavirus Lockdown in Italy with Giacomo Zucco – WBD 203

**Location**: Skype

Date: Friday, 13th March

Project: BHB Network

Role: Director

COVID-19 continues to spread around the world. 169,717 people are now infected, and the death toll stands at 6,518. The virus is highly contagious, making containment incredibly tricky. As the seriousness of the situation escalates, countries around the world are implementing strict controls on movement and contact.

The COVID-19 coronavirus originated in China, where the number of cases has now risen to over 80,000. As the virus has taken hold, the Chinese Communist Party has implemented draconian measures. Despite criticism, the aggressive use of quarantine appears to have been effective in reducing the spread of infections. The number of reported daily new cases in China has dropped from almost 2,000 per day a few weeks ago, to less than 20 at the time of writing.

Italy now has the highest number of cases outside of China, with over 25,000 testing positive. A nationwide lockdown is in effect, with police and soldiers enforcing the quarantine conditions, and on the 15th of March, the EU recorded the highest number of deaths in a single day so far.

Giacomo Zucco is a Bitcoiner who is currently under lockdown in Italy. In this interview, he explains what life is like on lockdown, the measures that have been put in place, how he thinks the governments around the world have dealt with this pandemic and why he believes centralised planning is poorly suited for dealing with the crisis.



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Citizen Bitcoin – Dan Tapiero: Macro in the Time of Corona

Citizen Bitcoin – Dan Tapiero: Macro in the Time of Corona

Notes:

Dan brings his considerable experience in the macro markets and his deepening understanding of Bitcoin to the podcast at a critical time for the global economy.

@CitizenBitcoin on Twitter

Citizen Bitcoin Podcast

Citizen Bitcoin Layer One merch collection

Bitcoiner’s Best

Music: Moon in the Sky by Hobotek

Links from the episode:

Swan Signal Podcast

Swan Bitcoin – The Best Way to Buy Bitcoin



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Ausschüttung trotz Börsen-Crash: INVIOS Fonds schützt Anleger vor Corona-Krise.

Ausschüttung trotz Börsen-Crash: INVIOS Fonds schützt Anleger vor Corona-Krise.

Ausschüttung trotz Börsen-Crash: INVIOS Fonds schützt Anleger vor Corona-Krise.
Hamburg, 26.03.2020 – Der INVIOS Vermögensbildungsfonds trotzt seit Wochen dem Börsencrash und schlägt sich erfolgreich im Vergleich zu Indizes, bekannten Flagship-Fonds und Vermögensverwaltern sowie großen Banken. Das auf modernsten Erkenntnissen der Neuro-Finance basierende Konzept der Hamburger Vermögensverwaltung INVIOS nutzt mit



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