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24,776 viewsFebruary 20th, 2016 by adam
On Episode 283...
Stephanie and Andreas talk technology, neutrality and the recent high profile infections of "Bitcoin Ransomware"Read More
February 16th, 2016 by adam
We live in a world powered by tokens. Your car probably still uses the old style—a metal key that completes an electrical circuit when inserted into the ignition. The key identifies you as the user and grants complete control to do as you want. Newer cars use electronic keys. Sometimes these keys simply need to be in your pocket, able to communicate their presence with a small radio and receiver. More generally the key is a type of token. And from your perspective, it doesn’t matter what it is about the token that empowers it to empower you. It only matters that it does.
Imagine instead of a physical key, the car is controlled by a one-of-a-kind-unique token that controls the door, locks, and ignition of your car.
That might sound complex, but your phone and your car handle almost all of it without you even knowing. You just have to make sure you have the right token...Read More
28,032 viewsFebruary 14th, 2016 by adam
On Episode 282...
Stephanie, Andreas and Adam sit down with Gavin Andresen for a wide ranging discussion about Bitcoin, Classic and more.Read More
February 9th, 2016 by adam
Use a Tend Catalog to sell anything from software and songs to cars and cauliflower while accepting dozens of kinds of value from Credit Cards to Bitcoin, Tokens to Altcoins
This comprehensive tutorial explains all features and goes over everything you need to know to get up and selling.
26,341 viewsFebruary 6th, 2016 by adam
27,975 viewsJanuary 30th, 2016 by adam
On Episode 280...
Andreas, Stephanie and Adam discuss bitcoin and its varied performance over the last few years as the only real outlier in a world competitively devaluing currencies. Then, we dig into a recently released report from the RAND corporation on "Virtual Currency" and specifically, the possibility of non-state organizations creating their own.
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January 26th, 2016 by adam
Open Source Hardware is a popular and growing movement. An organization (sometimes charity, usually a non-profit) develops hardware designs and specifications and publishes them to the open source without the desire or potentially the ability to produce the physical products exclusively themselves.
The Raspberry Pi project is a perfect example of this with two official stocking manufacturers who share back some of their revenue in compensation for their official status. This money supports further development. By adding three types of tokens to the ecosystem, what is a game for only the biggest of players can become a vibrant environment of efficient, decentralized and distributed reselling. Now distribution can start to take place.Read More