Squire bündelt Kräfte mit Elektronikgiganten Ennoconn, um Mining-Rigs der nächsten Generation herzustellen

Squire bündelt Kräfte mit Elektronikgiganten Ennoconn, um Mining-Rigs der nächsten Generation herzustellen

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Squire bündelt Kräfte mit Elektronikgiganten Ennoconn, um Mining-Rigs der nächsten Generation herzustellen

Vancouver (British Columbia), 11. Oktober 2018. Squire Mining Ltd. (CSE: SQR, FRA: 9SQ, OTCQB: SQRMF) (Squire oder das Unternehmen) freut sich, Ennoconn Corporation (Ennoconn) als seinen Hardwarehersteller für Mining-Systeme



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European Lithium: Corporate Update / Lithium-Markt / Kursverlauf

European Lithium: Corporate Update / Lithium-Markt / Kursverlauf

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European Lithium: Corporate Update / Lithium-Markt / Kursverlauf

11.10.2018 – European Lithium Limited (ASX: EUR, FRA: PF8, VSE: ELI) (das Unternehmen) informiert über die Unternehmensentwicklung, den Lithium-Markt und die Analyse des Kursverlaufs der Aktie.

In den letzten Wochen und Monaten sind die



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What Bitcoin Did #38 An Interview with Nic Carter

What Bitcoin Did #38 An Interview with Nic Carter

‚œMoney might be the only case where you desperately need to radically decentralise the set of people who can create and have influence over the creation schedule.‘

‚“ Nic Carter

Interview location: Skype

Interview date: Wednesday 10th October 2018

Union Square Ventures posted a blog post this week titled The Myth of the Infrastructure Phase, shining a light on the imbalance between infrastructure work in crypto and DApp usage. There is an abundance of blockchain scaling projects, alternative currencies and governance protocols but a distinct lack of users. Why is this? Are people solving problems which do not exist? Is this a speculative land grab? How will this all play out?

In this interview, I talk to Nic Carter, a partner at Castle Island Ventures, who invest in equity deals for companies building on public blockchains, specifically Bitcoin.

We question a number of crypto related topics including:

  • Token models

  • The obsession with blockchains

  • What is the point of on-chain governance

  • Whether the web 3.0 stack is a thing

  • Mining centralisation

  • Bitcoin privacy

  • Realised cap as an economic model for Bitcoin

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The Crypto Show: Space-X Co-founder Jim Cantrell & David Johnston Of Factom

The Crypto Show: Space-X Co-founder Jim Cantrell & David Johnston Of Factom

On today’s show we’re very honored to have Jim Cantrell Co-founder of Space-X and Vector Space. Jim’s son is Colin Cantrell creator of Nexus Earth which is where Jim draws his interest in crypto. Jim gives his account of the private space industry and where crypto fit’s in. ‚Jim also shares some personal anecdotes about Elon Musk and how it was almost a Maserati in space instead of a Tesla.’Then David Johnson joins in to discuss not only Factom but Cointext a new method of sending crypto to anyone that can receive an SMS.

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Genesis Mining kündigt unrentable Verträge

Genesis Mining kündigt unrentable Verträge

Genesis Mining kündigt unrentable Verträge
Der Kurs des Bitcoin ist stark gefallen. Das setzt auch Mining-Unternehmen wie Genesis Mining unter Druck. Das Unternehmen will Verträge mit Kunden kündigen oder upgraden.

Der Bitcoin und andere Kryptowährungen legten im vergangenen Jahr einen Höhenflug hin. Von diesem Boom wollten



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#256 Aleksandr Bulkin & Jake Brukhmann: CoinFund – Crypto-Investing by Community Building

#256 Aleksandr Bulkin & Jake Brukhmann: CoinFund – Crypto-Investing by Community Building

CoinFund is one of the earliest crypto-funds to have taken shape, forming in early 2016. The fund is well known for running an active Community Slack, conducting great podcast interviews with cryptocurrency projects and an emphasis on building network nodes / services.

We are joined by Jake Brukhman, CEO, and Alexander Bulkin, Chief Alchemist, to discuss their latest thoughts on investing in the cryptocurrency space. We cover a wide variety of themes such as their opinions on the ‚œfat protocol hypothesis,‘ thesis on value capture in the cryptocurrency space, their efforts to build network nodes; and their effort to build an open source token-less technology that allows entrepreneurs to launch their blockchains.

Topics discussed in this episode:

  • Coinfund’s history
  • What is a cryptofund?
  • Coinfund approach to investing in the cryptocurrency space
  • Generalised mining – what it is, and how it offers cryptofunds a competitive advantage
  • The ADAPT toolkit – a tokenless toolkit for rapid blockchain innovation

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Bitcoins and Gravy EP #104: The Crimes of Christopher Columbus Exposed!

Bitcoins and Gravy EP #104: The Crimes of Christopher Columbus Exposed!

In this episode, in celebration of Columbus Day, I reveal the true Christopher Columbus – the world famous mariner, explorer, murderer, rapist and slave master. We’ll dig a bit deeper than our public school history books to find out the truth about how the early Spanish were some of the true early terrorists in the Americas.

For more detailed information about the Genocide committed by Christopher Columbus and his gang, go here:

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The Tatiana Show: Matt Asher & Bill Ottman

The Tatiana Show: Matt Asher & Bill Ottman

About the Guests:

Matt Asher is founder of Before the Ban, a decentralized service for online identity preservation. Since 2014 he has worked with a number of startups in the space, including encrypted messaging services I.CX and Privacy Shell, and blockchain based securities platform Polymath. Matt has a background in math, statistics, and journalism

Bill Ottman is co-founder and CEO of Minds, a crypto social network. He is also a Fellow at the Boston Global Forum and active in the open source movement. Bill graduated from University of Vermont and currently resides in Connecticut.

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LTB #378 – The Petro inside Venezuela & Schnorr Signatures

LTB #378 – The Petro inside Venezuela & Schnorr Signatures

On Todays Episode of Let’s Talk Bitcoin…

Christian Garcia is back with his latest correspondent from within hyperinflating Venezuela. This time he looks into controversial government „cryptocurrency“: the Petro. See the full shownotes for his tipping information, the articles and links referenced during his report.

After the break, Stephanie Murphy, Andreas Antonopoulos and Adam B. Levine talk Schnorr Signatures, a seemingly non-controversial coming upgrade which will introduce major blockchain performance optimizations and enhanced privacy features.

Other Links mentioned during the episode:

Profile of Gabriel Jimenez on AP.Maduro’s cryptocurrency ‚˜genius‘ once pushed US sanctionshttps://apnews.com/67f2153648a648aca9f35d7f73966c4f

Brian’s report on Reuters.Special Report: In Venezuela, new cryptocurrency is nowhere to be foundhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-cryptocurrency-venezuela-specialrepor/special-report-in-venezuela-new-cryptocurrency-is-nowhere-to-be-found-idUSKCN1LF15U

Armando Info’s interview to Fedor Bogorodskiy (In Spanish and behind a paywall).El Petro es el hijo malquerido de dos rusos muy cercanos al escƒndalo.https://armando.info/Reportajes/Resume/2442https://armando.info/Reportajes/Resume/2442

The documents leaked by Maibor Petit (In Spanish).Maibort Petit: Superintendente de Criptoactivos entregƒ el absoluto control del Petro a Social US C.A.https://maibortpetit.wordpress.com/2018/09/10/maibort-petit-superintendente-de-criptoactivos-entrego-el-absoluto-control-del-petro-a-social-us-c-a/


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What Bitcoin Did #37 An Interview with Jimmy Song

What Bitcoin Did #37 An Interview with Jimmy Song

‚œThis is why proof of work needs to be expensive, if it is cheap you can roll back things easily. You want it to be very difficult to change history. The only way to make it difficult to change history is to make the process of writing the current history very expensive.‘

‚“ Jimmy Song

Interview location: Skype

Interview date: Monday 1st October 2018

The recent Bitcoin protocol bug, CVE-2018-1744, received considerable amounts of alarmist press, ‚œFor less than $80,000, you could have brought down the entire network,‘ ‚œThe most catastrophic bug in recent years, and certainly one of the most catastrophic bugs in Bitcoin ever.‘ Despite these claims, few looked into the detail of the bug and the game theory behind executing an attack.

Code has bugs; code has always had bugs, rather than focus on criticising developers it is important to assess how it happened, why it happened and how to avoid similar problems in the future. Alongside process, it is also important to not just analyse the potential damage a bug can cause but also the game theory behind an attack.

While the founder of the bug, Awemany, used his discovery of the bug to launch a scathing and personal attack on Bitcoin, Jimmy Song analysed the bug, how it could be exploited and the game theory behind such an attack.

This week I caught up with Jimmy to discuss his findings, and also:

  • State level attacks

  • Mining centralisation

  • 51% attack game theory

  • Why proof of work needs to be expensive

  • How non-techies can support Bitcoin

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