I emailed Adam a couple of weeks ago. He said they will have an announcement on the next episode of Lets Talk Bitcoin; and sometime after that episode, they will do the final LTBCoin to PO.ET swap. Good Luck! It really looks like and interesting pr...
- Real Name: Daniel Himmelstein
- Location: San Francisco, CA
- Website: http://dhimmel.com
I'm a Biology & Medical Informatics PhD Candidate in the Baranzini Lab at UCSF. I'm interested in applying the blockchain to problems in science.
- Bitcoin Tipping Address (This is not your LTBCOIN address): 1danhimHnaT89fhBtxgGiWB3bWdzF81UC
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Great idea and implementation. @cryptonaut, I did not receive a notification when the author accepted my contributor request.Posted on February 17, 2015 at 2:15 PM
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@oureverydayearth, I will try to get to this tomorrow. The 17th.
For other authors who are curious about their article statuses, please private message me.
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1,337 viewsFebruary 16th, 2016 by Adam B. Levine
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
3,673 viewsJuly 3rd, 2015 by Andy Tudhope
Leadership in the Age of Distributed Collaborative Organisations (DCOs). Your idea needs to be tangible, credible, inclusive, and epic.Read More
2,938 viewsCategories: Let's Talk Bitcoin!March 7th, 2015 by Adam B. Levine
On Todays Show
Stephanie takes the reigns and leads listeners through some of the earliest segments produced on the Let's Talk Bitcoin! show.
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February 24th, 2015 by Aivaras
This is part of the series I'm doing for abitsky.com – where bitcoins meet traveling (and can purchase cheap flights).
It's been nearly five years since Laszlo bought two pizzas for 10,000 bitcoin – the first time anyone paid for a physical item using bitcoins. Since then, we have seen the currency's value jump to nearly $1,200 per coin before coming back to ...Read More
2,930 viewsCategories: Crypto for ChangeFebruary 20th, 2015 by Matt deCourcelle
5,249 viewsFebruary 19th, 2015 by Tron Black
At the first Bitcoin conference I ever attended, which took place in San Jose in 2013, I encountered Bitcoin bigotry. ASIC mining had begun, and those mining on home computers were switching to Litecoin. Although the altcoin mania was in full bloom, I was at a Bitcoin conference, and it was clear that many long-time bitcoin holders perceived altcoins as a threat. For them, it was all about the network effect, and any service poaching from the Bitcoin user base was not viewed favorably.
1,466 viewsFebruary 16th, 2015 by Arturo
Blockchain technology is nothing new. We have lived with blockchains since our inception as homo sapiens. Each cell in our body contains a copy of our unique string of DNA. We have different kinds of cells, so each cell follows a portion of the instructions set out in the DNA, yet each cell contains the full DNA copy. Of course, the cells don't need to worry about bloat since the chain of instructions doesn't change, that is until it merges with the DNA of another human. Amazingly, we can infe...Read More
2,562 viewsFebruary 13th, 2015 by totteplott
1,748 viewsCategories: Satire
1,940 viewsFebruary 5th, 2015 by Robert Ross
Written by the FoldingCoin Inc Team
On February 5th, 2015 FoldingCoin Inc. is introducing Merged Folding to our platform. This allows other cryptocurrency projects to partner with FoldingCoin, sharing our distribution platform in combination with the LTB asset distributor. These projects can distribute based on the Folding@home (FA...Read More