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@ramonquesada
2 weeks ago
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@slictionary
2 weeks ago
We struggle to keep up with @nchain 's technical vocabulary but here goes... PUF It's not a "magic dragon" but we note with pleasure the irony of the DRAGONy name with the BitCoin SV logo!
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@slictionary
2 weeks ago
ATAVISTIC... ...a beautiful word mentioned twice in CSW's response to George Gilder's speech at @coingeek NYC/London, ...is now up for Bounty grabs courtesy of on of our coFounders. May the best Word$mith win!
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@john
2 weeks ago
Some cryptocurrency & Peer-to-Peer network History: 1989 eCash concieved by David Chaum 1989 DigiCash (Chaum's implementation of the concept) 1998 Bankruptcy of DigiCash despite "flourishing electronic commerce" 1999 Napster file sharing network, deceased 2001 2000 MojoNation / MNet; deceased 2002 2000 LimeWire file-sharing begins; injunction issued 2010 for copyright infringement 2009 BitCoin Node network begins-- "a peer to peer electronic cash system" "If a miner stops working, it gets repl
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@john
2 weeks ago
"BitCoin's network protocol isn't about Nodes for everyone, it's about the Network being robust aka Nodes are replaceable & the network continues"-- CSW "Decentralization in BitCoin Nodes makes the network resilient"-- CSW "Many cryptocurrencies tried and failed, and not ONE of them used clear text (un-encrypted), but BitCoin did"-- CSW "BitCoin doesn't encrypt ANYTHING on chain"-- CSW
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@tesseract
2 weeks ago
This is one of Dr. Wright's best presentations. Coingeek Live 2020 is a win!
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@john
2 weeks ago
This could be the motive force behind all those incredible $TAAL slides @jerrychan threw out there yesterday... https://powping.com/c/fcb6cb885bad02a168a1348fa93d15c0941e6ff269f6e70587c8ce084d3615d6
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@john
2 weeks ago
"[perfect visibility by regulators and operators via BitCoin immutable ledger] That's what the gaming industry has been searching for, for the last 20 years"-- Matthew Dickson, BitBoss
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@john
2 weeks ago
CREATIVES 4 microTRANSACTIONS! Kids sometimes compete to CREATE the coolest most popular "skins" or "accessories" for their eSports avatars. Now imagine kids getting PAID to sell their popular "mods"? Maybe your lazy computer-buried kid is the next virtual Monet or Ralph Lauren? A future mogul thru design. Turn your child's distraction into a business?
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@john
2 weeks ago
@coingeek may have been better off shifting Friday's Day 3 content to Wednesday's Day 1 content; the eSports presentations are amazing and make tons of sense. 1. Gaming on gaming eSports are games of skill, so ideal for laying stakes (like billiards, poker, fights, horse racing, etc...). 2. Stakes require honesty Games using immutable ledger to track moves and actions allows full attestation by the crowd, or proof of honesty (POH?). This was incredibly important in online poker, but will b
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@isaiah_smith
2 weeks ago
Good conference. 20 plus hours of content .Very impressed. I'm at about 10 hours into it now. Good for people that like binge watching this sort of stuff Highly recommended . Some familiar faces .
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@john
2 weeks ago
Biggest news of the conference? Hmmm, @jack missing his first scheduled appearance, and then some hairs out of place on his solo performance in the afternoon. I call shennanigans. Both he and @jimmywin were in New York as of yesterday. what if clubbing occurred to all-hours and Jimmy drank Jackson under the table, causing a missed alarm and panel appearance?
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@john
2 weeks ago
@isaacmorehouse brought up a nice point during his panel: In-podcast marketing. Future BSV-enabled podcasts will be able to interject a book-discount on purchases of the book for which the author is the subject of the podcast. It could be a pause in the podcast, which demands a YES or NO action. YES = 25% off the book price, shippable as soon as the listener swipes. NO = please continue my podcast, I just wanna listen to the author bc I already own the book. Podcasts would become TWO-WAY i
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@benjamin
2 weeks ago
Not sure who's talking right now (St├ęphane maybe). Gentleman is referring to wrapped BTC and things like that as something to be wary of. Agree w/ potential limited run on things like this (like what @jackcliu is doing w/ USDC Run-BSV) -- but I also think it potentially one of the most exponential / parabolic expediters of tx processing... proving the chain... future faster. Yes, there'll be some chaff and some taint with BSV-wrapped UnicornJellyfishTokenDuJour -- but, those investors know t
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@john
2 weeks ago
Multi-tasking while watching conference... editing the next @diamondsintherough episode which will come out tonite (or tomorrow afternoon) to prepare you for the weekend analysis of all the new companies on BSV from the conference. It's the first of our "Investment ICON" series-- this one is titled "Sharing is Caring" and teaches the ground-floor methods for obtaining fully diluted sharecount for the public companies you love to follow. We do Snapchat and Unity (IPO'd last Friday), and we didn
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@john
2 weeks ago
Back to TAAL-cakes... Gotta love the just 25% of BSV will be transaction (money-only transfers) processing (akin to Visa) 25% Data Storage (awesome, but implied in the pyramid slide was that's more like late 2021 at earliest) 25% "compute" which is like some @xhliu -type stuff (using transactions as computation) 5%. This tiny amount related to hashing services, like a traditional BSV pool (guessing). 10% hardware? (insert Home Improvement monkey-ughhh sound). Private hosting?
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@john
2 weeks ago
FundsRAT "in the house" Shout out to @coingeek for trying, but Mr. Lee always starts his talks with "cryptocurrency SECTOR is gonna be sweet!" and this is just a surefire way to invite true "BSVievers" to go get coffee. Sorry Lee brothers, no one believe in Lite-on-Innovation coin.
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@john
2 weeks ago
TAAL presentation is rich in slide-cake... Check this one out for prediction of transaction-processing revenues vs block-subsidy revenues for Nodes! Does TAAL know something we don't?!! Or is this entire conference a proof-of-work for what's about to happen to transactions and block size??
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@john
2 weeks ago
Best slide from the conference so far... (courtesy: @jimmywin )
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@john
2 weeks ago
Tokenized In-depth features mentioned by Tokenized's James Belding so far: Redaction: Tokenized will give the ability to the issuer to revoke tokens or cancel them. Flexability: Will allow the ability to change/add/delete features or meta-data from token protocols, thus allowing change to tokens in the future without needing a complete REISSUE of tokens. Legal: Tokenized plans on creating tokens which meet legal requirements for certain well-defined financial markets-- such as private and (som
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@john
2 weeks ago
Token Panel quite useful. According to @ryanxcharles 's handy defining of "layers" of tokenization methodology... Layer 0 token: Tokens using satoshis (BSV tokens) themselves as tokens. Layer 1 token: Tokens which use BitCoin scripting language inside BSV tokens to implement the tokenization. Layer 2 token: Tokens OFF-chain. EDITORIAL COMMENT: My opinion? Tokens will be safest when attached to actual BSV tokens-- aka tokens should have a definitive "PAR" value associated with BSV tokens th
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@john
3 weeks ago
Omniscape presented XR (VR & AR) solution allowing users to find virtual objects (such as a coffee coupon) in their own environment. When in New York a user could walk by a Starbucks and see a virtual coffee outside the shop (or across the street) which offers her a discount if buying that coffee in the next 10 minutes. Omniscape will use tokens, which can be provided to corporate customers to offer customers. (such as coupons, tickets, virtual game goods-- think Pokemon Go similarities). Sp
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@john
3 weeks ago
Shadders presented 2 updates to Node and 1 new Beta: merchant API (mAPI) update: allows callbacks from Node to merchant when double-spends occur or a merkle-proof is needed. BSV 1.0.6 "PUSH" update: Node-side notifications enabled: merkle proof verifications, double-spends. Sounds like it works in concert with mAPI (?) BETA launch... SPV CHANNELS. A messaging platform @shadders says "is not very BitCoiny" but that's only because it's a USER-side service providing always-on End-to-End-ENCRYPT
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@john
3 weeks ago
Coingeek Conference Live NYC-London-Virtual channel is live! Jimmy's Speech finished with the powerful... ONE WORLD; ONE CHAIN If you have spent time in #BSV community for awhile, you'll absorb the concept that the great BitCoin "timestamp server" or "block chain" or "immutable ledger" only works if there's ONE. Indeed, "BitCoin SV ONE"
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