I agree with most of that. A lot of different crypto technologies borrowed from other Crypto technologies/projects, and it does remind one of ethereum in some ways. Also true that AML/KYC will definitely be a requirement (what with Visa, MC, etc invo...
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4,705 viewsMay 14th, 2019 by fergish
MaidSafe's Crust (Connections in Rust) program library was necessary due to lack of existing tech to do what was needed for the SAFE Network.
The QUIC protocol has evolved and now provides a connection solution which the whole internet will likely be moving to--really great for the internet at large, and really handy for the SAFE Network's development.
The SAFE project will be an early adopter, because the protocol already contains the needed functionality to make further development of ...Read More
7,595 viewsFebruary 5th, 2019 by fergish
This is part 2 of a wide ranging discussion about the SAFE Network, with the two people most familiar with all aspects of it, MaidSAFE's Founder and CEO, David Irvine and CTO, Viv Rajkumar.
To guide our discussion we focused on the 21 Fundamentals of the SAFE Network as linked below. Amongst many other great insights, in this section David goes briefly over each fundamental and summarizes where each stands -- i.e., what's done and what is yet to be done.
Safe Crossroads Beta...Read More
9,465 viewsJanuary 31st, 2019 by fergish
I had the honor of a 2+ hour conversation with the two people most familiar with all aspects of the SAFE Network, MaidSAFE's Founder and CEO, David Irvine and CTO, Viv Rajkumar.
To guide our discussion we focused on the 21 Fundamentals of the SAFE Network as linked below. We had a very far-ranging discussion from high to medium altitude, touching on all aspects of the whats and whys that make this project so unique and far-reaching.
Safe Crossroads Beta, an original piec...Read More
8,608 viewsJanuary 23rd, 2019 by fergish
We last talked with Jim McCanney back in March 2018 when he had recently been selected as one of five international finalists in the Water Abundance Xprize. In this episode we follow up to find out what happened.
In addition to that we do a good coverage of the technologies he's developed to efficiently extract water from the air and, more importantly, how to power the process with his Wing Generator, his game-changing development in using the wind to generate power for any (and almost all) ...Read More
6,370 viewsJanuary 16th, 2019 by fergish
As the various parts of SAFE Network development come together, facility for mobile access to and use of the network becomes a greater priority. Most individuals now use mobile devices for a large part, if not all, of their internet access.
Our guest is Lionel Faber, a front-end developer with MaidSafe's remote office in Chennai, India.
We talk about mobile development for SAFE in general and the new developer tools for native Android apps in particular. The SAFE Network offers something ...Read More
3,973 viewsJanuary 10th, 2019 by fergish
John and Robert probe questions regarding the level of technology appropriate to different situations, and we try to isolate some touchstones for selecting the right type, level and amount technology to employ.
As fodder we talk a lot about Robert's different situations as simple farmer on the one hand, and as a writer, publisher and internet marketer on the other.
We'd really like the input from the listeners on what you think about and how you find the balance. Email at [email protected]Read More
7,431 viewsJanuary 2nd, 2019 by fergish
Our regular guest/co-host, Robert Worstell, and I talk about the year-long project he just completed to train himself in fiction writing, and documenting the process for others who are interested in writing, especially professionally.
We go over what he set out to do, what he did, his statistics, and what he learned. There is so much here that is applicable to learning any subject or technology professionally that it is useful to anyone.
See the notes below for some free materi...Read More
13,687 viewsDecember 19th, 2018 by fergish
MaidSafe just released a completely in-house version of the SAFE Browser with some very cutting-edge features and toggles to explore experimental features. It's still rough-cut,as browser experiences go, but it opens the door to some very advanced development options as the SAFE Network matures toward readiness for launch.
Helping us get a feel for this step forward are two of the MaidSafe front-end developers most responsible for this new step: Gabriel Viganotti and Josh Wilson.
11,522 viewsDecember 18th, 2018 by fergish
Is Economics an ideology or a technology, a science or a religion? Is there some foundational principle of Economics upon which everyone can agree? Why is the subject of Economics so contentious?
We explore these and other questions with our guest, Bob Murphy. Bob is a bona fide professional economist with tons of academic credentials and a lot of experience breaking the subject down for "the rest of us."
To help anchor the subject we talk quite a bit about his fabulous book, *Choice: Coop...Read More
11,479 viewsDecember 12th, 2018 by fergish
I've been wanting to do an overview of the SAFE Network for some time, as a sort of new introduction, an update on where the project has currently gotten to, and a view of what's ahead.
Dug Campbell from MaidSafe helps me try to accomplish this, because I found it really hard to do by myself! Dug has gained a lot of experience talking about the SAFE Network with a wide variety of different people in varying circumstances. He also, being based there in MaidSafe headquarters, has continual acc...Read More