On tonight's episode of "The Crypto Show," we talk with Eric J. Anderson, a.k.a., "Eijah," about his ongoing "Demonsaw" project that he has made open-source and is retiring. We talk about his latest project Titan, and the launch party he is cohosting during Defcon on July 27th. (Additional Eijah audio from that launch party will be attached to the show, so listen all the way to the end.) We also talk about his desire to take on encrypted-messaging app "Signal", which he says isn't nearly as secure or private as it should or could be, and he wants to create a truly secure alternative.
Trace Mayer joins the discussion as we talk about ICO's (Initial Coin Offerings) and the Ethereum hack, and Trace makes some very insightful points about the events surrounding that hack and whether certain facts indicate incompetence or malfeasance on the part of those behind the Pulse wallets that got compromised. We also briefly discuss the implementation of BIP91 and Segwit2X, and whether a Bitcoin hard or soft work is still a possibility. Danny, Eijah, and Trace are all in Las Vegas getting ready for DefCon.
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