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"adam levine" Discussed on Markets Daily Crypto Roundup
"Excellent. Well, thank you so much, Adam. And shifting over to traditional markets, shares and first republic in several other U.S. regional banks plunged on Monday as investors worried that regulators had not done enough to stem deposit outflows following the collapse of Silicon Valley bank. Comparing against our last markets update on Friday in the U.S., the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped over half of a percent, while the S&P 500 fell four tenths of a percent. The tech heavy NASDAQ, meanwhile, gained four tenths of a percent. In Europe, stocks were down across the board. The German two year government bond yield suffered the largest drop on record, signifying increased safe haven buying and investors trimming expectations for European Central Bank rate hikes. The regional stock 600 and London's FTSE 100 both dropped 2.4%, while Germany's tax dropped just under 3%. Over in Asia, stocks were mixed, Hong Kong sang sang index gained two tenths of a percent while China Shanghai composite index gained 1.2%. Japan's nikkei two two 5 bucked the trend and fell 1.1%. In commodities markets, Brent crude, the global benchmark for oil, fell 1.2%, trading at $80 and 61 cents per barrel, gold meanwhile, gained 3% over the weekend, training in $1914 per Troy ounce. Today's traditional market coverage draws some coin esque and MarketWatch. And that's our show for today. Thank you very much for listening. If you have any questions or comments, send the show an email at podcast at coin desk dot com or you can email me directly at Adam Levine at coin desk dot com. If you like what we're doing, we always appreciate reviews on Apple podcasts or your preferred listening platform. This episode was produced by Adrian blust and myself with further support from the podcast team over at coindesk dot com. Have a great rest of your day and we'll be back tomorrow with another episode of markets daily.
"adam levine" Discussed on Markets Daily Crypto Roundup
"Today's featured story is an opinion piece from Aubrey strobel, the host of the observation podcast and former head of communications at lolly. Our feature today is entitled why yugo labs embrace of Bitcoin NFTs is a big deal. It could not be a more interesting time in Bitcoin. You collabs the $4 billion company behind the board API club non fungible token or NFT series, generated more than $16 million from its first NFT auction using the ordinals protocol built on top of Bitcoin. These 288 NFTs, part of a collection called 12 fold, created shockwaves through the crypto community on Tuesday. The company announced its plans to launch the project last week. A move that should not be understated. Yugo labs is a juggernaut in the NFT space. They developed three of the current top ten most valuable NFT collections and owns the intellectual property for more. And so far has not created any NFTs on any other blockchain besides Ethereum, where the majority of digital collectibles currently exist, meaning that one of the largest companies in crypto is betting big on Bitcoin. Interestingly enough, development on Bitcoin has been trending up during this crypto downturn. This week, there's been talk about deploying ZK or zero knowledge roll ups on top of Bitcoin. The ordinals project is kept its momentum, and a buzzy decentralized social media protocol called noster, which uses Bitcoin lightning for payments, is gaining users. So where did this all begin? For many years, people regarded the world's number one digital currency as something of a pet rock. That's not a dig against Bitcoin, it's a result of its careful design and stewardship. Bitcoin is meant to be sound money, and it does a fantastic job of that. But at the same time, people and companies have been asking, could Bitcoin be bigger. Though NFTs began on Bitcoin via counterparty many years ago, they were not as popular during the last bull market because Bitcoin is not smart contract friendly. Building on the network takes a bit more work than building on network's design to run decentralized applications. The ordinals project took advantage of a Bitcoin upgrade from two years ago called taproot and allows for digital artifacts to be inscribed as it's called on the actual blockchain. So called Bitcoin NFTs are notably different and potentially better than NFTs on Ethereum, which often require data to be stored on external servers such as IPFS, and Ethereum NFT is an immutable token, which links back to potentially mutable data. Ordinals make storing NFTs more secure because settlement stays on Bitcoin's chain forever. It's possible that many other popular NFT series could follow yugos footstep and deploy projects on Bitcoin. In fact, ordinal creator Casey radom are created a so called burn address that makes it possible to destroy an NFT series on Ethereum while inscribing and redeploying it on Bitcoin. It remains to be seen whether people and capital will ditch networks like Ethereum and Solana, for Bitcoin entirely. But it is impossible to deny that this is a new day for the original cryptocurrency. Instead of simply being held, more and more Bitcoin may be put to use. Yukos embrace of ordinals is just a catalyst for embers that were already burning. Last year, for instance, trust machines, a startup looking to build the Bitcoin ecosystem raised a $150 million to build Bitcoin products. Counterparty, liquid, stacks, RSK, lightning, and others have been around for years building sound infrastructure on which people could use their sound money. And of course, many of these projects have been met with varying amounts of skepticism, the trend encapsulated by the love it or hated response to ordinals. In one camp, many believe that Bitcoin should not be a test bed for development or a home for frivolous projects. While in the other, that ordinals, noster, and other projects are the next on ramp for BTC adoption. So, the online Bitcoin community is it's something of a metaphorical fork in the road, because ordinals is not going away anytime soon. People want to build on Bitcoin, and because it's open-source, they can. This brings us to perhaps the most important element here, the on chain evidence. One statistic you can't deny is that the ordinals project tip the number of nonzero Bitcoin addresses to a new all time high of some 44 million. According to data from glass node. Time will tell on the future of Bitcoin, you can embrace of the platform should be a signal that the future is bright, and there's still much to be explored in this exciting and dynamic industry. And that's our show for today. Thank you very much for listening. If you have any questions or comments, send the show an email at podcast at coin desk dot com or you can email me directly at Adam Levine at coin desk dot com. If you like what we're doing, we always appreciate reviews on Apple podcasts or your preferred listening platform. This episode was produced by Adrian blust and myself with further support from the podcast team over at coindesk dot com. Have a great rest of your day and we'll be back tomorrow with another episode of orchids daily.
"adam levine" Discussed on Markets Daily Crypto Roundup
"adam levine" Discussed on Markets Daily Crypto Roundup
"Today's featured stories and opinion piece from Noelle atchison, the former head of research at coin desk and genesis training, and the author of the crypto is Macron now newsletter. Our piece today is entitled and overlooked source of Bitcoin support. It's price floor. The Shirley is the earth spins on its axis, spring emerges after a winter. This applies to markets as well, and few markets have suffered as brutal winter as crypto assets. It's not just the collapse of prices. It's also the implosion of key components of market infrastructure, starting with the Terra ecosystem and ending with, well, that's still to be determined. The two threads of doom, a weakening macro environment, and structural fragility fed upon each other with price drops unmasking faulty disclosures, risk practices, and incentive constructs, which led to further price drops and further unmasking. Until they didn't anymore. And that's the part that I want to focus on here. Why prices have stopped falling? In early November, as the shock of the FTX revelations tore through the ecosystem, Bitcoin suffered what would be its last leg down, dropping to around $16,000. The bad news did not stop coming. The bankruptcy, the magnitude of the fraud and the spread of the damage, the suspension of withdrawals, and subsequent bankruptcy of the industry's blue chip lender, concerns about Bitcoin's largest fund, the hits, kept coming. But Bitcoin did not fall further when, just by the bleakness of the narrative, in theory it should have. So what happened? It has to do with Bitcoin's multiple use cases. Many insist that the asset is only about speculation. There's no fundamental value, price is driven by narrative, and nobody uses it. This blinker assumption even tends to come from experienced market watchers, which is an encouraging lesson for the rest of us, as in no one understands everything, no matter how much of a household name they may be. Those of us who have been paying attention know that they're wrong. Bitcoin is not just for speculation. It is a speculative asset. Sure, trading volume picked up from local lows at the beginning of the year. Although it's still relatively low, volume is a consequential $13 billion per day on reputable exchanges. According to data from the block, while we don't know who is behind these trades, on chain data tells us that the vast majority of Bitcoin moved on any given day was last moved in the previous 24 hours. In other words, most on chain activity is short term churn. And while some of that could be payments, we can probably assume that at least most of it for now is the result of speculative moves. However, this accounts for less than half of the Bitcoin in circulation. Most Bitcoin held in addresses doesn't move much. More than 67% of the supply hasn't moved in more than a year. Almost 50% hasn't moved in more than two years. When so far this year, most of that cohort could have sold it a profit. Even being conservative and removing altcoins dormant for more than ten years because they could be considered lost over half of outstanding BTC has been stationary for more than a year. While any of these holdings could be sold at any time and many probably will should Bitcoin prices continue to rise, these address owners are not pure speculators. For them, Bitcoin is a long-term investment. The store of value. The hedge. Whatever you want to call it. For them, Bitcoin does have utility seemingly beyond short term speculation. A quick caveat though about address based analysis. With the recent mass exit from exchange custody, given the concerns about market structure, reading address tea leaves is harder than ever. For instance, the number of nonzero addresses is shooting up. But this doesn't necessarily mean an uptick in activity. It could just be people taking possession of their coins from exchanges. In other words, these are not necessarily new users. They might just be moving coins around. Or they could be new users. We just don't know. However, when looking at Bitcoin that hasn't moved in a while, we can be relatively confident about what we are seeing. You can't disguise a lack of movement. If anything, the HODLer positions are probably understated, many investors may have held their BTC on exchanges up until the market drama. They are long-term holders, but on chain, they appear as short term holders. But back to our story. Bitcoin is a speculative asset, and it's a long-term investment. For some, it is a payments tool, at least judging from the growth of the lightning network. Bitcoin is all of these at once, and perhaps in a future, it will also be a non fungible token or NFT platform. Who knows? This multifaceted use case lends support. Back when Bitcoin's price was at the local floor, accumulation was scooping up the cell pressure for minors and exiting speculators. That provided some price support and goes a long way towards explaining why, even amid further terrible news, the price didn't fall more. A recent chart from glass node color codes accumulation, according to address size. Purple represents large holders accumulating, yellow shows that smaller participants are becoming more active. Back in November, after Bitcoin dropped a $16,000, large holders were buying the dip. Some of that could have been for speculation, but back then, sentiment was as bleak as I've ever seen it. Volatility moves suggested that traders were stampeding for the exits and speculators generally found more attractive risk profiles elsewhere. This multi use case not only provides a strong floor support and also explains why even experienced traditional market watchers sometimes don't get it. Can you think of any other asset that has multiple use cases? Gold and real estate come to mind, even art perhaps. But these have a millennia of understanding behind them, and they're rarely confused with speculative assets because their prices are not volatile, nor are these assets particularly liquid, with the exception of gold, although it could be argued that physical bars are only liquid at certain times of the day and certain days of the week if they're held at a centralized depository which itself introduces new vulnerabilities. It is not easy to conceive of a liquid, always on asset that represents different things to different people. This further underlines just how unusual Bitcoin is. It speculative and volatile. It's also treated by many as a long-term investment, and history has shown that this lends the asset floor support while giving an ample upside. Another reason why many seasoned investment veterans don't get it is what they read in the media. Sharp price moves, uncovered fraud, exploits, and examples of hype make for dramatic headlines, which get clicks and keep media business models afloat. It's easy to see how those without the time are interested to dig deeper would take that as the whole story, especially when they're used to feeling smart. But Bitcoin's theoretical and demonstrated price floor is a key feature of the asset's asymmetrical risk. At these levels, the potential upsides far surpass the potential downsides. Especially now that we know the floor is not $0. Truly smart investors go beyond the headlines, even when it means going outside of comfortable frameworks. And what's more, Bitcoin's use cases are still evolving. One example is that it works possible use as a base for NFTs. Another is the potential applications of smart contracts. This will not only impact the debate around intrinsic value so called, it will also add more layers to the price floor. More traditional assets, even those also poised to benefit from the return of liquidity, don't have this evolution embedded in the asset itself. This implicit price floor goes a long way towards explaining why Bitcoin is rallied so strongly earlier in the year. The price floor evolution also positions the asset, as an intriguing, longer term bet. The narrative is yet again. Shifting. And that's our show for today. Thank you very much for listening. If you have any questions or comments, send the show an email at podcast at coin desk dot com or you can email me directly at Adam Levine at coindesk dot com. If you like what we're doing, we always appreciate reviews on Apple podcasts or your preferred listening platform. This episode was produced by Adrian blast and myself with further support from the podcast team over at coin desk dot com. Have a great rest of your day and we'll be back tomorrow with another episode of markets daily.
"adam levine" Discussed on Markets Daily Crypto Roundup
"Today's featured stories and opinion piece from David Z Morris, coin desk's chief insights columnist. Our piece today is entitled is the SEC really the bad guy. They say time moves faster in crypto. And I'm not sure anyone feels that more than we journalists. We're tasked with keeping track of more or less everything that's going on. And tuning out for even a few days can leave you feeling so behind that there's no hope of catching up. I've been living that relentless reality for months between untangling the downfall of FTX and launching coin desk's new crypto crookes podcast. There wasn't much holiday to my holidays. So I was incredibly grateful to finally take a few days off recently to spend with family and to unwind. But it turns out that, as the old saying goes, I picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue. While I was taking a breather, events unfolded that were exceptional even in crypto terms. The continued descendants of ordinal inscriptions on Bitcoin has fascinating and potentially major implications, and in a different moment, it would be the most important story going on. Instead, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission better known as the SEC has taken center stage with major enforcement actions that many interpret as part of a blunt force effort to marginalize the entire crypto industry. It continued just days later with news of proposed new rules that would prevent registered investment advisers or RIAs from engaging with many existing crypto custodial services. After a year in which frauds and charlatans stole or destroyed tens of billions of dollars in investor funds, the SEC is focused much of its crackdown on entities that many crypto veterans would consider the good guys, and on services that are far less obviously dangerous than those that ran wild in 2021 and 2022. That reality holds many difficult lessons about the broader pattern of U.S. crypto and financial regulation. That's especially true of moves against the U.S. based exchange kraken, which paid $30 million in an SEC settlement and agreed to shutter its U.S. staking services. For many, the action feels woefully misplaced. Kraken has been a pillar of the crypto ecosystem for a decade, and has been a consistently honest actor. The particular tool in question may not have been structured ideally. It seems it was more vulnerable to attack as a security so called because it wasn't a straight fee based pass through for stakers. But the core service being provided was fundamentally valid and useful to the ecosystem. And entirely distinct from the so called lending platforms like Celsius network and Voyager digital that blew up last year. The parallel action against the B USD stablecoin feels only slightly less misdirected. The SEC reportedly plans to sue paxos, the issuer of the binance branded stablecoin, which the regulator considers an unregistered security. Paxos for their part says it will halt issuance of the token. Binance, the nominal patron of the token, and the largest offshore crypto exchange doesn't have quite the pedigree of kraken, particularly since it's a lightly regulated entity, but binance has been a broadly good actor for half a decade now. More to the point, BUSD may be the victim of some fuzziness around the concept of a stablecoin. Both regulators and crypto insiders are likely still traumatized by the incredibly violent collapse last spring of Terra USD, a stablecoin so called built on faulty ideas about algorithmic price stabilization. But BUSD is a backed stablecoin with dollars in a bank guaranteeing redemptions. The obvious read here is that there's some political expediency at play. These actions come after a year in which the SEC failed to spot or prevent massive frauds. A year in which, in fact, SEC chief Gary gensler was seen by some as unusually chummy with one of the biggest fraudsters. Cracking down on crack and impacts us is hard not to see as to some degree, making a show of enforcement on target so convenience. Dissenting SEC commissioner has their purse, is among those who share that general view. But there's little point whining about the SEC's post facto virtue signaling. The agency has the power and seems unlikely to change its stripes any time soon. There's more alpha and engaging with the real politic considerations of its operative logic than in grousing about how unfair it is. And that's especially true because, well, there really was a lot of embarrassing and damaging crypto fraud last year. As Bloomberg's Matt Levine points out, even the most reasonable counterpoints to misplaced regulation are going to fall on deaf ears. Once people lose enough money. It's hard to dispute that the 2021 bubble led investors, builders, and the media to feed retail hype and treat a series of con men, like heroes, the whiff of money, as it always seems to blunted critical faculties and pumped hopium into the vents. So while the SEC's crackdown is likely to put a lot of misplaced burden on entities that are substantially blameless, the crypto industry as a whole still needs to look inward and reckon with its own responsibility. And ask how it can better marginalize frauds on the front lines. The next time mass crypto mania returns. Clearly, we can't rely on the regulators to get it right for us. And that's our show for today. Thank you very much for listening. If you have any questions or comments, send the show an email at podcast Bitcoin S dot com or you can email me directly at Adam Levine at coin desk dot com. If you like what we're doing, we always appreciate reviews on Apple podcasts or your preferred listening platform. This episode was produced by Adrian blust and myself with further support from the podcast team over at coin desk dot com. Have a great rest of your day and we'll be back tomorrow with another episode of markets daily.
"adam levine" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network
"Hash for your ears. You're listening to the coin desk podcast network. Happy Thursday. Welcome to the hash. If you're watching on coin desk TV, you are seeing will foxley's amazing puffer jacket. It is immaculate and large and blue. It's a beautiful site. We got Jensen assy, Adam Levine, Mazda seward. Let's get to it. We'll have an update on the FTX case. That's right. And this is my mountaineering jacket and it is because I've very, very cold in this office today. It's absolutely freezing here, so I have to wear it. Okay, we are talking about ya boy, SPF. He's back in the news with 12 indictments to allegations against him previously, we only had 8, which, you know, that's not too many. 12 was a little bit higher and things look even worse. There's new indictments here, including a lot of stuff about how he gave political donations to people, did not disclose it correctly. There's also some new counts around wire fraud. All in all, the picture only becomes more bleak. There's some interesting information tidbits within the article you can find on coin desk dot com about these indictments, including how they were trying to give money to different groups in Washington, D.C., different packs, however they were choosing to give these donations out who they were giving the donations through during FTX or throughout media. It's a mess. It really is a mess, but it does shed some light into the actual political functions within FTX and with it. I'll meet itself. This was a very political organization. I'm going to throw this one over to Adam first when we get your take on it. Pretty interesting new findings this morning. I mean, I think that it's just the continued unraveling of a ball of yarn that we did not appreciate was quite as long as it has turned out to be. Again, like significant facade was put forward here if the allegations wind up being true, that as time goes on, we're just seeing is more and more and more wrong. So it's not a good story. It's not a good piece of news here, but I think it is a continuation. And to a certain extent, I said this in a while. My mother used to tell me if you can't be a shining example, at least be a horrible warning. And I have to think, that's kind of where we are in SPF's world right now as he went from being sort of what everybody aspires to be to being like the horror story that you really, really, really don't want to find yourself in the shoes of at this moment. So interesting, but not too much else there. Zach, I'll toss it down to will. Will. I got a fact check myself already. Bad day, bad day. It's not wire fraud in these cases that we just have wire fraud against in the new indictments are actually for bank fraud. So similar related but different Zach back to you. Yeah, I mean, this is just yeah, this is a crazy story that keeps getting crazier. There's some interesting details in here suggesting some of the inner workings of the FTX organization. Yeah, it's a remarkable. It's remarkable to see this. You know, giving money out to political campaigns and causes, seemingly hedging their bets across the board, right? I think SPF established himself as a prominent donor to the Democratic Party, but clearly we're seeing these documents that the Republicans were also targeted, sort of hedging all vets, donating in all places, seemingly strategic, I guess, in the diversity of places in which they were spending their money. Interesting nonetheless that we get to see these details come out and court filing such as this. So anyway, I think that all of you are on the big ball of yarn that we keep seeing unspooling here. It really does stick with you. Adam, I saw your handle, tossed to you. So you said strategic, I think I would say cynical. I think that what we've seen here is that the persona that SPF put forward was sort of, again, a facade, but it was a facade that was intended to work in the most cynical way that you possibly could imagine, right? He signaled all the right things that you're supposed to signal. He hated all the people who you're supposed to hate. You know, and kind of just like put himself into a mold that was exactly what sort of like mainstream reality wants and then he just filled that archetype and what we see here is that it was all of facade. And that in reality, if the allegations are correct, there was really none of the belief there. It was just, hey, this is the most expeditious way that I can arrange my myself and perception of me so that I can maximize my goals. But yeah, it's pretty wild. I think I saw a couple of hands. Zach, you want it back? I'll just take a quick and then it got tossed to the gym. But it recalls that the shibboleth, the shibboleths of woke media, the thing that came out with that early story that was revealed through Twitter DMs that he thought he was talking to reporter off the record was published, et cetera and I think there is sort of an emerging consensus from people who are watching this story closely, is that SPF didn't believe in anything. Therefore, he believed in everything, right? You know, I guess part of the philosophy was the ends justified the means, right? He was seeking to raise as much money as possible. Ostensibly or allegedly to do good in the world, right? With that money. And I think whatever got him to the point of most money as dictated by his understanding of effective altruism was the right path to pursue. And I think that sort of believing in nothingness to me was really exposed in that debate with Eric Voorhees, right? Who's sort of a true crypto libertarian? The famously SPF and Voorhees squared up on the bankless podcast and bad at these ideas back and forth. And it kind of became evidence sort of at that time. This was before some of these damning revelations about how meet a balance sheet. So before all that, but even sort of that began to open a window onto the fact that maybe this was a bit more nihilistic than previous generations of crypto believers had built. So anyway, lots of good stuff to go here. But Jen, I'm definitely got to get your word on this. Yeah, no, I think you guys all covered it. There was a source quoted in CNBC this morning, who's familiar with the new accounts that said that these could add another 40 years to the prison term for SPF if he is convicted
"adam levine" Discussed on Markets Daily Crypto Roundup
"Today's featured story is an opinion piece from Isaiah Douglas, a partner at Vinci or wealth management, and a contributing writer for coin desks, crypto for advisers, newsletter. Our piece today is entitled Bitcoin NFTs challenged the blockchain's largest use case. Money. There's been a lot of noise in questions recently about ordinal inscriptions. So what are they? The simple answer is that ordinals are non fungible tokens or NFTs that you can mint on the Bitcoin blockchain. But ordinal inscriptions aren't your usual NFTs, unlike Ethereum NFTs, which generally depend on offchain metadata that can be modified, ordinal inscriptions enable all data to be inscribed directly on chain. It was this flaw in Ethereum NFTs that caused software engineer Casey rodor to deem Ethereum NFTs incomplete and launch the Bitcoin ordinals protocol. Those in favor of change believe ordinal inscriptions could cause an important shift in the Bitcoin community and improve the technology behind NFTs. Yet many questions I've been receiving from clients boil down to, is this good or bad for Bitcoin? And will this disrupt the usability of it? Despite the potential benefits of ordinal inscriptions, there has been a lot of debate over whether they're a good use of block space. The challenge has been that as more ordinals are being inscribed, the cost of Bitcoin transactions has risen. That's because ordinals introduce additional non financial data to the Bitcoin blockchain. That bogs down on chain confirmation times. This includes images, audio clips, and even games. Those not in favor of ordinals see this as an impediment to the ability of Bitcoin to scale and reach full global adoption. Inscribing non fungible characteristics to satoshis, the individual increment of Bitcoin, which is what the ordinal protocol does may challenge Bitcoin's use cases first and foremost. Money. Ordinals challenge the fungibility of satoshis. That's the smallest unit of Bitcoin, which is one 100th million of a Bitcoin per satoshi. In the Bitcoin network, all satoshi should be equal, or they begin to lose a significant trait of money. But ordinals can alter the value of these units of money. Take rare collectible coins, for example, while a penny may have a face value of exactly one cent, it's designed and midyear could make it worth a dollar or more in the eyes of some beholders. This debate over whether these individual units must be deemed equal is unfolding before our eyes. And I think that it needs to be understood. Bitcoin is money, and that's the largest and most important use case impacting the most people in the world, which is why I believe that ordinals and other use cases both known today, and yet to emerge will remain niche. I view this as an exciting period, but one that, as many fads do, will fade. I don't see ordinals being desired for many, to use Bitcoin's block space. Bitcoin is money, in my opinion, any changes to the protocol should be slow and methodical. One of the biggest yet baseless claims I often hear is how Bitcoin doesn't evolve or change. Now, are there kernels of truth in that? Sure, you don't move fast and break things when working to build the next global monetary system. We'll leave that for venture capital backed startup firms. However, there have been some upgrades that demonstrate the need and merit of change. The lightning network, for example, could accelerate Bitcoin commerce and everyday use. Inscriptions are yet another example of attempts to change the blockchain. Inscriptions became eligible in Bitcoin blocks with the most recent upgrade to the protocol called taproot. Ultimately, the beautiful thing about Bitcoin is that it's permissionless, and the ultimate free market for uses. And this is what fosters change. At the same time, free and open markets will dictate if ordinals are demanded, and are valuable. The permissionless nature of Bitcoin allows for this competition to play out. Ordinals may stick around if individuals want to see them become a mainstay in Bitcoin. Bitcoin is governed by consensus rules, which is why running a node is essential, and why the so called block size war was foundational for Bitcoin. Ordinals are not an attack on Bitcoin, but could begin conversations again with a hard or soft fork. I view a hard fork as ordinals most painful in trying outcome. As an adviser, with clients with Bitcoin and questions on ordinals, the most significant takeaways revolve around what makes Bitcoin unique. Most, if not all other cryptocurrencies are decentralized in name only. Bitcoin is not. But due to the decentralized nature of Bitcoin, developers are free to modify Bitcoin's current rule set. If demand is there, and the modifications result in splits in Bitcoin's holders and the community, investors will have a choice over what to do with their money. If we see a hard fork, any new tokens or projects would accrue to clients and they could then decide if they wanted to hold sell or buy. So while it might seem scary, I doubt ordinals will create that much friction and division within Bitcoin, and even if it did, one could be passive and simply let market forces play out. Being an open permissionless protocol allows for moments like this to happen. And that's healthy in the long term. Regardless of opinions of right or wrong, seeing the conversations and debates happening about ordinals is good. It allows Bitcoin to test its resilience and robustness. And we'll continue to have these conversations as Bitcoin proceeds on its path towards global adoption. And that's our show for today. Thank you very much for listening. If you have any questions or comments, send the show an email at podcasts at coin desk dot com or you can email me directly at Adam Levine at coindesk dot com. If you like what we're doing, we always appreciate reviews on Apple podcasts or your preferred listening platform. This episode was produced by Adrian blust and myself with further support from the podcast team over at coin desk dot com. Have a great rest of your day and we'll be back tomorrow with another episode of markets daily.
"adam levine" Discussed on Markets Daily Crypto Roundup
"Today's featured story is an opinion piece from Paul Brody, a coin desk columnist, and EY's global blockchain leader. Our piece today is entitled policymakers should embrace daos in the new future of abundance. When scarcity is the dominant economic model, accumulation of capital is the priority. This is the status quo for now. Within our current model, the most successful tool ever invented to accumulate and deploy capital is the joint stock company. And joint star companies, corporations, represent most of the private sector. But what happens if capital is not scarce anymore? Do we need corporations or should we look for something different and better? There are not many things that will always be scarce, but human attention is at the top of that list. Decentralized autonomous organizations or daos and cooperatives might be much better vehicles for accumulating attention and engagement. In Taos, cooperatives and staking systems, critical decisions are made by the members for the benefit of the members. And the rewards for engagement flow back to the members in proportion to their engagement and in alignment with their constructive participation. There's been much discussion about the shortage of clear, positive rules that would pave the way for the crypto ecosystem to return to growth. These are essential to bringing in good actors. We do not need a lot of new roles about what isn't allowed because nearly all the bad things that happen in 2022 were already illegal. Borrowing customer deposits without consent, not legal. Pumping and dumping tokens, not legal. Borrowing multiple times against the same asset. Also, not legal. The good news is that they're already exists illegal framework and organizational structure that dows can use to establish their real world credentials. The cooperative. Cooperatives, better known as co ops, have been around for a long time. And while the traditional corporate sector is about 5 to 7 times larger, the world's top 300 co ops still represent more than a $1 trillion in revenue combined. Co ops are member owned and unlike corporations, key decisions are made on a one member, one vote system. Profits are distributed two members based on participation. However, so those contributing the most also earn the biggest benefits. Co ops fix what I see as the single biggest problem in the web two era. The creation of so called predatory digital monopolies. The story of many web two businesses goes like this clever entrepreneur comes up with an application that connects buyers and sellers in a digital marketplace. They invest heavily, and for years in developing the digital infrastructure that coordinates information, products and payments across the ecosystem. They invest in sophisticated analytics, reputation management systems, and community engagement growth. All of those things are good, and no one can deny that enormous investments have been required to build the infrastructure that makes everything from online auctions to ride sharing to consumer shopping and to frictionless digital experiences. The problems come with success because these systems resemble natural monopolies. As they become dominant, they start to raise prices and slowly but surely shift from adding value to an ecosystem to extracting value from that ecosystem. Now, imagine if all those big companies were co ops, instead of corporations, imagine if, having paid back the initial investment with a good return, these cooperatives started distributing back the excess profits to the network participants. This sounds great. But if there is a defect in the vision of the future of abundance, it is that we are always approaching this end state, never arriving. Some things like real estate and human attention will probably never be unlimited. A marginal cost of zero is not the same as an average cost of zero. Interest rates at zero do not mean that you can walk into a bank and walk out with a pile of money for any reason in any amount. Good ideas will still need teams and investors and customers and profits. The good news is that cooperatives may be a very good fit here, a recent white paper by law firm or a Carrington and sutcliffe, explorers of co ops are an ideal legal model for daos, and it also outlines how co ops can work for for profit enterprises to accumulate capital and provide investors with exits. Cooperatives can buy shares and even a wholly owned for profit enterprises. They can also sell those shares to give for profit investors and exit without leaving them a near complete control of a digital ecosystem, while alleviating pressure to perpetually extract more value from a community. From B corporations to co ops to dows, the future of the enterprise is the future of harnessing the power of communities, accumulating attention and engagement and putting that to work for the public good. We need more policies and systems to make that possible. And that's our show for today. Thank you very much for listening. If you have any questions or comments, send the show an email at podcast at coin desk dot com or you can email me directly at Adam Levine at coindesk dot com. If you like what we're doing, we always appreciate reviews on Apple podcasts or your preferred listening platform. This episode was produced by Adrian blast and myself with further support from the podcast team over at coin desk dot com. Have a great rest of your day and we'll be back tomorrow with another episode of, or kids daily.
"adam levine" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Big premiere. Taking me to see basketball or bare knuckle boxing. We do everything. I'm Stanley sugarman, I'm a scout for the 76ers. This entire movie is about hustle. It's about drive, but it's also about that work life balance, and you of all people would know everything about that. That's true. We work hard. How did you incorporate that? Did you relate to your character? I related to a lot of things about them. A guy who's just wants it real bad and he's never going to quit and the character I played had some doubt on occasion, but he had a good wife like I have a good wife who kind of helped him keep pushing him. What the hell am I still chasing this for? So you're just gonna give up on your journey? Don't we love Adam Sandler? Come on. Nothing. Look at him. That's my man right there. His wife is down there somewhere, but that's my man right there. I know Queen Latifah has some tips on how you balance. Your work life balance in your life. It's hard. It's hard, but it's something you literally have to work at balance. So I try to take off when I can and do normal things. Like nothing. I was about to act like one. And sleep. And then more nothing and spend time with family and then do nothing. I just want to make sure I do what's right for the kid. He's got a daughter to support. You got a daughter to support. The chemistry was already there to make this happen because I love her. He loves me. We're crazy about each other. That's my man and I fight for my man. You produce this with the king of the court, but you're the king of the screen. I'm just glad I'm Friends with LeBron now. He's a good man and he helped immensely on the movie and I'm glad to give him a handshake when I see him. So I thought your daughter's bob mitzvah, what in the world? Halsey, Charlie book? Yeah, yeah. She's a superstar. She had a good night. All my other daughter had Adam Levine was nice and came out. My daughters have had a good life. Thank you. Thank.
"adam levine" Discussed on Dateable Podcast
"It's a situation that we're living in a world now where breaches have become the third certainty in life. There is an enormous amount of information out there about each and every one of us. Some people will go on all sorts of different apps in order to finish the mosaic because every piece of information think of it as a little tile, you put the tiles together, now you have the person. And, you know, there is one additional aspect to all of this. You know, a lot of people I talk to them and I say, look, I realized the first inclination is, who would want to steal my identity? I mean, you really cares about me. Who would want to steal my credit? I'm just a regular person. A lot of folks don't realize you look in the mirror, you see you, but to a hacker, you're Jay-Z Beyoncé, Sharon Stone, Adam Levine, because you got what they.
"adam levine" Discussed on Keep It!
"And you know what that is called you know being three dimensional character your world. This is the year of the black woman. We can become complex. Exactly exactly exactly. We could be complex. I was not saying as can be one of them. Yeah are you girl. Girl girl telling you that girl i say. Tell with the fake french pronunciation. Maybe i should be lumped into this conversation. Who knows you forget. It's bertel isn't it right. Turtle keep it down. Keep it down. Guess just like from entourage. Don't drag me for referencing. Entourage entourage all week. I didn't think i saw jam. Even at a at a air one was not him and myself gave a male sex and the city. Debbie masar culture. Police yes yes. We wouldn't have as our on younger and without that we wouldn't have debbie may ours. Cautious comments on madonna's instagram cautious support. Do constantly wish that. I was at air one more Because i feel like finneas always there. Oh is he and billie eilish fan. Yeah like always like no for fame bitch. I wanna see that citius. Okay i wanna see edit eddie at figuring out how to spend it at Remember when was the hotbed for my anti vaccine and like stop the steel conservatives and cuban people make sense bothers me. 'cause it's nowhere backwards except two of the letters are switched and i just wish i wished it worked out actually. You're not been wondering do you. Think adam levine storm the capital anyway. We'll figure that out next week. Thank you for joining us. Keep it keep. It is a crooked media. Production the show is produced by carolina rested and brian. Semel is associate producer. Our executive producer. Is ira madison. The third thank our editor is bill lance and kyle seguin is sounded genetic. Thank.
"adam levine" Discussed on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!
"Is horrible music and please take down because it's hurting me in it is i. Just don't listen to it. And i don't listen to certain whatever music acid rock or whatever. I don't listen to it and i think it's the same thing with with these books. Don't don't buy them don't Or if your children are watching certain things they happen to have it in front of them then you need to talk to them about what they're witnessing and talk to them about what they're doing and that goes with was it doesn't even have to be racially to -nificant it could be just anything that by and stuff and sexuality. That's on tv on the middle east. So you know you need to talk to him about it. That's the key point at. I think parenting plays a huge role in all of this and but amanda what about day-to-day counseling. I mean some council real life people for a variety of things. I mean i know two ladies who block each other on twitter over an argument about maroon five i mean so. Is it fair to counsel someone who disliked something you like. Be it maroon five religion politics or whatever i think it would be okay to cancel them if they're disrespecting you If they're disrespecting is one thing to say like Crystal could say she doesn't like downhome blues. I can say. I love downhome blues now. If i say chris oh if i started calling her at her her name right now and i started trolling her and get other downhome blues. Easy hill fans to trower. Then that's a problem we should be able to have conversations and say hey crystal doesn't like this okay. If i if she ever comes to my party. I'll take that off the please. You know like that's that's the type of thing it doesn't end our friendship but at the same time you're she says you know amanda you're a country bumpkin was wrong with you like in that song. You know i hate you now. Like that's that there are people who act like that so specific you started it. There are people who who act like. They're like don't like what i like all right. Well that's fine you know. There's there's people who do not gonna like the same things. But i think there's a respectful way to handle everything you know what i'm saying because you just never know you just never know who fills a certain type of way about something you know like if we're talking about maroon five. Well maybe you know. Adam levine is her. Her nephew were her cousin or her son or her. You know her Fantasy man like whatever it is like some somethings hit differently for different people. So i think that that you always have to look at where. Somebody's coming from So generally speaking people agreeing or disagreeing over different things and saying hey. I'm not a fan of this and you are fan of that. That shouldn't be a reason to block someone or not be friends but if someone has a disrespectful tone and you don't know it bothers you then then..
"adam levine" Discussed on Daily Pop
"At the stories making headlines in today's hollywood minute viansa to blue ivy sir and me to the beach and she brought instagram along for the ride. She posted scenes from the family's day in malibu now she did not reveal. The twins faces in these rare photos. But we can. They're getting big. Which is crazy. Hailey bieber delete twitter and she has absolutely no regrets about it. Haley talk to psychologists on her youtube channel. She said marrying justin opened her. Up to a whole new level of scrutiny and the number of people hounding her began to mess with her mental health but she says justin has been a really big help. And life is better with less internet and gwen stefani and blake. Shelton are hoping for us. Summer wedding blake told the today he scared if they wait until november. They'll be too busy with the voice to fit it in so the wedding date is tentative. And so is the entertainment. Blake says everyone from miley. Cyrus adam levine has offered to perform. It's gonna be a fun wedding when it does happen. Justin do you think they're going to make it down the aisle this summer i think so. This man looks smells and tastes like a party trying to go. He's ready to go get that party going. We're already party sound okay. Well speaking of weddings they're kicking off. Today's dear daily pup okay. Our first question. How far would you go to stop a marriage. One mother is threatening to wear a wedding dress to her son's wedding and hopes that he will go through with marrying the woman. They really.
Ariana Grande is the highest paid The Voice coach
"Ariana grande is now if the highest paid coach ever to be on the voice. Let me give you all the dish. So arianna surprised everybody. When she announced she was joining the voice as a coach is going to be joining blake. Shelton john legend and kelly clarkson forsees in twenty one. She said that she's honored and excited to be joining. The voice family has been a huge fan of the show for a very long time. And you can't wait to go head to head with these incredible coaches and get to meet develop and no. Some new artists have fans will be excited to a does really melted down. She's going to be replacing. Nick jonas. This is a huge for the show an nbc. Let me just give you a few statistics here. Just you figure out how big ariana is on spotify. She's the most streamed artists of the deck. She has eighty two million followers on twitter. Which just is to give you. A comparison is almost double blake. John and kelly come bind myself. Says a telling me she's making the most of anybody on the show. Kelly at the moment makes the most she makes fifteen million dollars. They wanted to get her show. Particularly american idol was coming back. Very smart blake. Shelton ends around thirteen million dollars. Adam levine about the same member and miley. Cyrus was on the show. She got about thirteen million dollars to my sources. Tell me that they don't know the specific amount but they believe that ariana grande day could be getting twenty to twenty five million dollars a season which puts her on par. With what katy. Perry's getting at american idol.
I Cant Afford One Bitcoin! What Can I Do?
"Bitcoin is hot. Stop amidst this current bull market. We've seen a rush of new users who like most new users have no what's going on and one question of particular comes up a whole lot that i wanted to talk about today. What do i do if i can't afford one bitcoin. I'm adam levine and this is speaking of bit point. Today's always i'm joined by the other host of the show. Andreas 'em and operas. Hello stephanie murphy. I am jonathan mahan. Hey thanks to all the hosts into you listener for sitting on today's session. So i was talking to some people new to the cryptocurrency space last week and they were talking about what they were looking at making the first coins and they said that bitcoin just cost too much that it was too expensive that even if they agreed with all of the fundamental values the changes that will happen in the world. How bitcoin is a hedge for that and that bitcoin was going to. Let's say three x or five x in the next ten years and they saw that is real that they just didn't feel like transferring their wealth into something that they would never have one that they would never have one bitcoin that even if they spent a decade doing everything they could they would only ever have less than one bitcoin as a failure state as something that like emotionally. They couldn't get past. And i started thinking about myself when i was in college. I learning about bitcoin. And honestly i don't know if bitcoin had hit thirty or forty thousand dollars instead of dollar if i could have seen it as something that i wanted to get into just because of that mountain cliff of believing in something but then feeling like a failure. Because you don't even have quote unquote one of it. What do you guys think about that. What do you think people should be thinking about when it comes to that. I think that's an important psychological marker that people check in with when they're thinking about do i wanna buy this. How much does it cost to buy. One of this thing and i mean the real solution to that is to reframe. You're thinking there's other units to measure bitcoin in lots of wallets denominate their balances in mila. Bits now which is one thousandth of a bitcoin and you can change that in the settings and so you know if you could afford one million. Bitcoin would you by that. What about wants to toshi. The units are actually quite arbitrary. And it doesn't help that. The news and everything reports the price in terms of one bitcoin but that is also kind of helpful for a very long term perspective to see that it went from being worth nothing up to you know nearly fifty thousand dollars. There's other things that exhibit similar behavior for example. Some stocks have extremely high unit prices. And of course you can buy fractions of them berkshire. Hathaway is a famous example of that other things that have this kind of tendency. Are things like precious metals. You know you don't say well. I'm not gonna invest in gold because i can't afford a whole kilogram bar. Well yeah i mean. You can't but that doesn't mean that you can't get an airing. It's still gold is just a different value. And the unifies works both ways so for example instead of saying why can't afford a bitcoin but i can't afford a bit which is millions of a bitcoin. You can't afford a bit and that has a nice name. It's not merely bitcoin. Which kind of makes it sounds like a bitcoin with too many feet. That's a bad greek joke. It's not a unit that has no relationship you could also just measuring soto. She's because we all know of course are the standard as i keep getting reminded and you could choose any arbitrary unit but you can also go the other way right. You could redefined for example. Ten bitcoin as a chad hike. Very few people can really afford to buy a whole chad. But could i buy one tenth of a chat of bitcoin or desi chavez. I prefer to call it it. Oh all of these things are completely arbitrary and you can torment yourself on way or rejoice the out there in a completely arbitrary way and this is the key here arbitrary. It's not rational to focus. On any specific unit and we have a word for things that humans do the deviate from rationality or norm and those are called cognitive by and this particular thing is called unit bias. It's of well known cognitive bias and is studied in psychology from a number of different perspectives. It's not just the. I want to own one bitcoin. It's also the if you give me a twenty four ounce cup of soda. I'm going to drink the whole thing. Just because it comes in that size even though i may be only wanted half of it or if you create a heaping plate of french fries or if you give me a giant bag of doritos i'm gonna finish everything. Unit biases be studied a lot in terms of portions for eating. Because it actually one of the things that drives a number of eating disorders because it's a cognitive bias. It's a bug in your ability to think rationally about certain situations and that bug can lead to behavior that is against your own self interest and so this is a normal thing to have unit bias and sometimes says expresses itself in hilarious ways like for example to jonathan's example of people saying well. I can't buy a whole bitcoin. you get the opposite. Which is people who bought into dosage and are looking at it at six cents going. Yeah we can get it to a dollar dollar while allowing me to answer that watson dollar. What you don't understand dear sir is that there are one hundred twenty nine does and they are produced at a rate of what is it. One point four million a day and so to get does to a dollar. It's total market capitalization would have to reach a hundred and thirty five billion dollars or basically where a theorem walls last week. Now i don't know how you measure the utility of does and even if you think cerium is shit. Coin will not that bad
"adam levine" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Yeah. You know, we have a clown suit on standby. There's Katie again, Showing out way. Jerry Katie in the morning on the number one hit music station 1075 K c l I find this kind of stuff to be interesting, But I want to know if you all think this is pathetic, Okay? You familiar with the show Flipping out with Jeff Lewis. You know property anyway. He works with and is good friends with and does some other things with the interior designer Meghan Weaver, who says that one time she stayed in Leonardo DiCaprio is Malibu house when they're working on a project together anyway, she stayed there, and it was his Malibu house of not his main house. Turns out I know Rich turns out that this Malibu house Completely decked out. In Titanic stuff. Wow, that are themed in Titanic. The shower curtain was just decked out in Titanic is a baller. Move slash pathetic. Yeah, I don't know why, but I do think it's pathetic. Meghan Weaver said She wasn't He wasn't trashing Leonardo DiCaprio it all but she was just saying, Yeah, I'm an interior designer. He was nice enough to let me stay at this house. His mom, I think Leonardo DiCaprio is mom let her stay and she said, and we walked in my this guy She was dating. We walked in, and we walk into the beach house and everything was Titanic. Titanic towels, a Titanic poster Titanic. Everywhere, and her boyfriend looked at her and said, This is Lee Hunter DiCaprio's house. And she said Yes, I think No, it is that he would never do this. That's like, just having like Dearden came the morning towels and posters on the wall, like come over to my house. Come on over, and he wasn't there. He wasn't staying there. It was just Hey, come Stand available. Help you having a Jared? Katie sign in your driveway. What? Ugo Same. And I'm sorry. I don't want to promote the station. I had one. Alright then the same thing, But we did it. You're making fun of me for it. It's weird. I'm not making fun of you are making fun of what you said. It's like how dear is like is having towels. Will you had signs We had adjudicated morning 2020 signed football yard signs. So yes, she would put it in your yard. Yes, We have charity, Katie In the morning we had coffee. It was on full display in my house. We had way had towels and posters and put it up in my house. Yeah, so it's pathetic. Yeah, but leader to Capri Ally wise heat of all the movies you've done. You choose Titanic and your beach is more than I can see the Titanic because you're near the beach. I see it. Mm e. I really wouldn't. I wouldn't. I wouldn't. Because they're supposed to be cooler than that. Above that. He don't need all that people knows and Titanic thing I see in this house and Titanic. Yeah, it's a huge one by name, a movie for real that he has done that has been huge. Another thing is that one he picks him. Well, No, I know. That's the biggest one is done. Yes. Which money wise, But he hasn't had a failed robbery. Oh, yeah. So, you know, Just that. What's that other movie that beat it? Well, for way Wolf of Wall Street beat Titanic. I don't think a beat I'm standing watch Avatar and then also time Avengers Avengers actually Wolf of Wall Street, though that would be cool to have a theme house, though, because that was where it was a cool movie. You just want Markko Brash. Wanna check your house that market, Robert Like short skirts with their legs spread that scene where they're in the nursery. Oh, my gosh, your house like that That is one of the best means of all. Time, and I know the history of movies told us 1000 times I was Leonardo Cabrio. I would have a like a room like my movie room. You know where you'd have, you know stuff from your moves. I think that'd be cool. But your whole house to be one movie That's kind of weird. I wouldn't because you seem like he has good game. You don't need to do all that He brings his young model girlfriends to that Malibu house. Just use the Titanic Wash clock. He is like the board that they couldn't fit on. You know, he's not. He's not. Married, right? No. Never has been one hot girl after another. Meanwhile, he could put on weight lose weight. Get older doesn't matter. He's Leo Never really had built body kind of Tom Brady body. Yeah, not a dad. Bob. Just nothing. Solid about it. My favorite. Looks like a dad Bottom. It is a dad. Bob. Yeah. My favorite Leo movie. Still to this day is Romeo and Juliet. That movie about that changed my life. I'm not kidding. It's good. I was a pretty well, teen, I guess at that point, but so impressionable and it was a love story, and it was there was some Raj to it and then draw. I don't know it was up like four times in the theater. Wow, it changed my life at the soundtrack. Everything. I don't know what changed it for the better emulating the original one was like a modern version. Very modern, their guns and the like, but the language Woz old timey language, but they pulled it off. Modern time is interesting. Cool. Take on the movie. Wait, You're not late for work. This is Jared Katie. Saturday show on 1075. Casey L 1075 K C. L's Hometown Countdown. This Sunday morning on Jared in Katie's hometown countdown. We'll tell you how Blake Shelton felt about working with Adam Levine on.
"adam levine" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"He did jam. He did, yes, suitability stability. Jam, and he did feel the world. That's how he closed the show. And that is where Just the theatrics came out. And everybody was like, Wow, This is what the show should look like. It was great, I remembered. It was a great half time show, but I like your order, so focus. It wasn't as good as the other two, even though Michael Jackson's the biggest storm Yes, now another favorite of mine, and it just It's very simple. It's Prince this way was at that game You were in Miami was it was it was, It was a torrential range. It was awful. It was the first Super Bowl that Peyton Manning won. His cult defeated The Chicago Bears. It was windy. It was rainy in Miami. It was miserable place came out like a trooper stood out there on the rain. And kick this and that is all I'm saying. Prince singing purple rain in the rain enough, said said. Okay, That's all I wanted to say, and that's it. And then I'm going to say that last year was actually one of my favorite shows. Now you don't remember? I gotta think about. Think about it. Last year, Mahomes won the Super Bowl Kansas City beat San Francisco Super Bowl 54. I don't even remember too hot women in their forties. Yes, you're on J. J. Lo. I thought was very disappointing. I thought she didn't look good. I thought the pole dancing was too much, But Shakira, Shakira was amazing. Amazing there. There are mixed feelings about this. There was an article in the post today where they were really coming down hard on the performance last year, and I feel The exact opposite. In fact, I think it was amazing. I'm a mom of a daughter, and I would let my daughter watch that. I think it's amazing that women in their forties and fifties or I agree with you. Yeah, you know that. It's a performance at the performance, so and then, you know, I would say another memorable show for me, and I wasn't necessarily old enough, but I did go back, and I did enjoy. This was Super Bowl 31 where the blues brothers said they were great. Yes, I remember it. Well, they let yeah, James Belushi thing and he looked like that weird. Grandpa. And that was that was that was John Belushi Gamble. His father James, in his your Your hair was in that movie. About last night with Rob Lowe went to meet more on Perkins. You know, for the longest time, and this is Lauren Common. She's so good with me and Bernie 9 25 every Friday in her own show, Red carpet Rendezvous, a podcast you how great she is Enthusiastic, adorable. She's great, so it was always a screw called up with people. It was just like nine million people who sang and danced. But there's nobody famous and they were the halftime show every year for the longest time before they decided. Hey, let's start bringing in famous personalities like you two did where the streets have no name out of Super Bowl and I was I loved it. I loved it. So that was the halftime show for a long time up with people that was their name, and then we got to the major celebrities right And I am so glad that now we're doing these major celebrities needs major musicians because this is for someone like me. Who's not a sports fan. This is what I look forward to you. It's a huge performance every year. Now, I will say my least favorite performance was actually recently in 2019 with Maroon five. That performance. Adam Levine left me wondering what what kind of favor he had to perform for whom we'll get this this job, soulless where they rate the best and worst halftime shows. And that was one of the worst. Was it. Okay, so I don't feel so bad about 20. I was like that is just so boring. It just It was very random. Maroon five. I didn't even think they were a thing anymore, but, you know, They are and now we've We've moved forward. We move past it and said, Let me ask you who was your favorite national anthem. Whitney Houston Super Bowl 25 Giants bills like SAT there was during the Gulf War. We waved our American flags we cried, and to this day, I would gather that that is the most popular national anthem of any event at any time anywhere. I agree with that. She was incredible. Totally incredible. Another favor for me was Lady Gaga. She was great. It was great. 16. Everybody tries to be Whitney. Now, you know, they try to make it longer and the end, But they just let you guys great gifts like Whitney working people find all your work. And what did they look for this week? So you can follow me at Lauren underscore Interviews on Instagram or Conlan underscore Lauren on Twitter. And the podcast is called Red Carpet Rendezvous and my website is on the carpet to comb your great thank you so much for stopping and saying it's a terrific job will talk to you Get on fine. With Bernie. Sure, Lauren Common went corporate rendezvous will take a short break more celebrities When we get back. He spent many years as a store of all this on HBO. He's done a ton of movies a ton of Broadway. He's gone, depending on the game as well. Live from Los Angeles. My good buddy Robert. Well, right here on Sid's since I should say big game special. Little flexibility.
"adam levine" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"Yeah definitely it was. Yeah this wasn't working. Classes was just kind of internal. And so i think that's that's why there's some amazing songs on there but yeah valentine's day was was really a good one driving a big lazy car rushing up the highway in the dark. I got one hand on the wheel and one hands trembling over my heart pounding. Baby like it's going to bust on through nacre and stop till i'm alone again with you. You know ends with with a lot of doubt but you know. I woke up in the darkness scared breathing. born new. wasn't the cold river bottom. I felt rushing over me. Wasn't the bitterness of a dream that didn't come. True wasn't the wind in the gray fields. I felt rushing through my arms. No no baby. It was you so hold me close. Honey say you're forever mine and tell me you'll be my lonely valentine and sweet and cuts to the heart really. Are you know like you know it's gonna cry. You know it's just ri. I mean he doesn't re- he doesn't write like that anymore. I cur you know that. That one little moment i think that was He's putting his heart out there and he's able to communicate in ways that i can't this was really a great great saw great album and that's why it was on my mix tape be on the spotify playlist excellent choices so there you go now. It's all you really. Well okay you can chime in. But i'm gonna tell you i. I also had a crowded house on my list. Wasn't i wasn't going to. It was going to be an honorable mention or no. You know how. I feel about crowded house Come from temple of low men. Nineteen eighty eight I was eighty. Eight and temple of low. Men was also from eighty eighth. Strangely enough the goodyear for music. Oh eighty eight was the year. We were separated so yeah those songs k. Fin hit home at the time. And they still do you know. That's that's what music is a wonderful is that can bring you back or remember things and then you know it. All comes rushing back very emotional. So yeah that's you could see. I get emotion just reading these lyrics. Sorry i wasn't mocking crying. Kids get kids do that all the time when the when the kings we're gonna win the stanley cup for the first time. I was all by myself watching it watching the game of my house and the kids come home and it was their countdown. And you hear. Bob miller talking you know i'm you know clump all sudden the kids coming data. Are you crying crying. Day at no get out of here as don't be afraid to say don't be too much all right so go ahead. Great what we stop looking are not. I can't see not reading your notes okay. Same as as the not crowded house but the same as Abc all of my heart was early going nineteen eighty-two from upstairs at oh only you from my yazoo. Yeah yes whatever you wanna call them. But i again i feel him saying i'm repeating myself. I'm saying the same thing about everything but this is another one that just kind of not rips my heart out this one. Because i don't think this one was emotional. There's there's other way really to describe this this. I didn't know. I learned something new about the song and i have loved the song from the second. I heard it. Vince clarke was about to leave depeche mode and he wrote this song for them. He wanted them to have a good single to start off. Nineteen eighty-two but depeche mode did not want the song so instead they've released another song called. Cu that martin gore had written years. Before and this. I ended up on on. Yeah zoo's debut album. Which is so great so i love the song. There's just all it's because of alison. She's got amazing. She has really. I think i've listened to her almost everyday to this day on my pandora. Like alison way radio. Yeah do i love love. Love love okay. So there is my to nineteen eighty two. You get two songs. I think i might devote the rest of my songs to bryan adams bryan adams. You seem shocked that i that i huge bryan adams would not. I see adam levine. Or you know it's like you got your bright hours. You got your adam levine. I see what you like. Adam levine could've been ryan adams if he was canadian and lived in the eighties and was like twenty in the eighty s. Right maybe maybe maybe okay. I can see how you're making that comparison adams could have been adam levine in the two thousands and i love them both. Okay you know what that's fine. I think you might be right. I think so as low as i am. I am to admit it because bryan adams what you get. I've seen i've seen him. I dragged my e. Every time he comes bryan adams. I drag him. He won't see. Adam levine with me but bryan adams he will and it is a solid show every time you know what you're getting and he rocks. I mean he rocks his band great. He's great he gives you know he gives a great show off. Its you're kind of show but you you know what you're going to get and it is just perfectly awesome. And with adam levine. Also is kind of the same thing. it's he is a good performer. But you do know what. You're going to get when you go to that show. But i think Brian adam guess. It's i guess maybe you're right there are. It's a fair comparison. But i i had a really hard time. There are so many bryan adams. Song that i love and i couldn't even prioritize them. Heaven is a great ballot. It's a great sign. I'm assuming you know all these songs. Yes okay that's your power ballot like prefer your songs to be ballads or do you like rock songs. I like rock songs that rock. But that are also about love. Which i think you can find. I think most songs at the core about loving talked about this. I love a good power ballot. But i liked the songs that rock probably. Maybe if i if i'm gonna make a sweeping generalization i think i like those better okay so heaven is not necessarily i love it and it's a great power ballad song run to you. Yeah of course that was his first. is i hit. No that was from reckless. In nineteen eighty four head of book bryan adams hits now. He had a an album. Also cuts knuckle cuts like a knife was nineteen eighty-three. The album was nineteen ninety-three on the song. Obviously which is also and that is also my list cuts like a knife whose i first big hit first. Top ten hit was straight from the heart. Which i'm sure is on your list..
"adam levine" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"You saw the princess Daddy's present range. Yes, There's also Raymond. If it was real you nobody could perform and saying and shredded. Like prints on the wall. The one wonderful you laughing bitch Red to hold. You wanna see e me? Listen, it left. In the first rain. Perp booth know does a great cover this Adam Levine from Maroon five, and I think he did it in one of Howard Stern's birthday bashes one year might have in Howard 60th like, however, 56 years ago, however old Howard is now and like they played a lot and Adam Levine doing You know, Adam Levine could shred like that. By the way. I mean, I don't know. I don't really like maroon five. All that much. But my God, I thought you're gonna say Sugar Ray. No. This is the best though, isn't it? What do you guys think? Listen to him. Come on. He's not snowboarding. There is a guard dude. Where is your favorite? I'm myself. I've got Princess number one. I got Mars. I got Bruce Springsteen. Bruce was good as number three. Michael Jackson really kind of kick this thing all off 93 1993. He kicked it all off. And after that, because the ratings for the halftime went off of that show went through the roof, and then it's like, okay, we've got to get performers Michael Jackson, then into George, Don't they always tried to put Carlos a country music in there. Remember Travis Tritt. Not really. Yeah. Bonnie Raitt. I think tonight, Twain. They were down there for the Georgia once, but I'd like country but I'm not enamored with it to the point where I said, why can't we go see that? What do you.
Adam Levine has made up his mind on ever returning to 'The Voice'
"Levine isn't too keen on returning to the voice he was doing an instagram Q and A and a fan asked him if he'd come back to coach on the singing competition show, And Levin responded. Quote. No, thank you. The singer left his coaching duties on the voice last year after 16 seasons
Adam Levine has made up his mind on ever returning to 'The Voice'
"He's not returning to NBC's the voice any time soon. So he was doing an instagram Q and a session and animals asked if he would ever return as a host to the voice, and his response was no, thank you within explode with a question mark and then Adam was also asked if he missed his co host, Blake Shelton. And he jokingly responded Blake, who animals who live in left the voice after season 16. So he's not going to be doing that anytime soon. Bye bye bye.
Don't subscribe, delete!
"Labels all well working remotely. They've got a special offer for our listeners. So stay tuned after the show for more. So. We're all getting those every day. So many of them and we say, okay, we'll stop it. We'll stop these people by UNSUBSCRIBE. Ing Adam Levine was would actually beg to differ. He would tell you not to unsubscribe because that's exactly what they want you to do Adam Levine tell us all about it. Well, as you remember the unsubscribe button or link or whatever you WANNA call it is part of the can spam act, which was designed to limit the amount of spam that people would be getting and give them away to get rid of it unfortunately as with everything that we see online hackers have taken advantage of this and found ways to use this to put. malware onto people's computers for the purpose of either turning them into keystroke loggers, which means every time you log in to an account that information is being transmitted the hacker or as a way of putting a mouth, a ransomware on your computer which means then your files will be frozen and you will receive a note that says that if you wish to decrypt your files, get them back, you have to pay us in Bitcoin and will make the problem go away. So is your recommendation just delete the damn thing or ignore it I think that while most people have a tendency to delete the first couple of times, they have an absolute impulse to say I can't stand this anymore. Especially, if they're getting what appears to be politically mail from an opposing side or something, they find very offensive and as a result, they'll they'll click the unsubscribe button. Don't do it even if it's Legitimate and the UNSUBSCRIBE button safe. It's better to be safe than sorry. So therefore, what you should do is mark the message as spam and either block the sender or at least make sure that this thing will go to
People magazine names John Legend as 2019 Sexiest Man Alive
"The big reveal of John legend as people magazine's sexiest man alive came on the voice where he is a coach with Blake Shelton who got that honor in twenty seventeen and we're legend has replaced Adam Levine who got it in twenty thirteen Shelton presented legend was shorts that commemorate legends Emmy Grammy Oscar Tony and now sexiest man alive legend says he's finally impresses wife model Chrissy Teigen the kids not so much Teigen posted a video of their daughter asking to turn off
John Legend is People's Sexiest Man Alive
"Hot John legend named people's sexiest man alive and he's excited but a little scared he said there's a lot of pressure and I think it's funny how almost every male on the voice has been awarded this Blake Shelton former sexiest man alive Adam Levine for sexiest man alive you know they talk about all the awards and wine only thing that was missing was something of Blake and Adam both have people's sexiest man alive I'm effect is metal he's happy about it now or Carson Daly Carson Daly sexiest man alive while
Nick Jonas Set to Join The Voice as a Coach for Season 18
"I'm Nick Jonas is joining the voice for the show's upcoming eighteenth season this spring he joins returning coach is Kelly Clarkson John legend and Blake Shelton as well as Carson Daly on the NBC music competition series he's taking a spot that Adam Levine used to have so he performs at his brothers Kevin and Joe Jonas brothers in addition to performing solo and now this gig as
Adam Levine, Adam Sandler And Adam Sandlers discussed on Lori and Julia
"Now that he's off the voice Adam LeVine, has time to squeeze in a little side, gig and that would be playing Adam sandlers daughters, but mitzvah over the weekend, Adam Sandler was on Jimmy Kimmel, and he said he wanted to do something special for his thirteen year old daughter, Sadi's big day, so naturally as the stars. Do he texted Adam LeVine said, I'm sorry to do this, but my kids, getting but mitzvah, Saturday night. Which mean coming and singing a few tunes, it would be incredible, and Adam LeVine. Agreed he performed three songs with the band's lead guitarist James
Adam Levine is leaving "The Voice" after 16 seasons
"Carson Daley just announced today show that after sixteen seasons. Adam LeVine is leaving the voice there was talk that would be coming back next season. But now it's official and Carson a lot of people are going to miss his frenemy relationship with Blake Shelton. But they do know who is going to take his chair. They've already announced it officially returning to the voice in Adam Levine's chair next season when Stephanie. Glennon Blake on there. Back and forth for sure.
LTB#396 - Ma Freeze Peach!
"It It's may fifth twenty nineteen and this is so three hundred ninety six let's talk bitcoin. Hey, folks, I'm Adam LeVine. And on today's episode bledstock, bitcoin, I'm here with Stephanie Murphy. Hi, Jonathan Melhem Andreas Anson Opelousas. Hello. So today, we're going to be discussing a couple of topics. We'll kick things off with the technical topic. At least a little technical on recently launched for developers loop out for lightning. Then later will dip our toes into the latest fork of a four controversy with lawsuits delistings and other allegations long lots of drama to see if anything sticks thanks to all the hosts and listeners for sitting on discussion, so lightning all it's been a long time coming. I'm honestly getting a little bit excited about it at this point. Technology's always been really promising, but they're all these little details, which might be insignificant in the big picture. But which matter a lot for usability, especially usability for people like me and really for the usefulness of the system, which brings me to a new improvement enlightening called, Lou bowed. Specifically what we're gonna be talking about today? I'm gonna read a little bit from the blog dot, lightning engineering law. Doug from their post on this in a section entitled loop out tale of lightning pizza one day, a new company launches that selling on the lightning network called backgammon's. And it turns out that they're selling lots of pizza, but over time the capacity of backgammon's channels, get filled with the bitcoin they've received on lightning at which point. They're able to accept more payments. Backgammon can then use lube out to move funds out of lightning into a bitcoin wallet, cold storage or currency Vianna exchange. This emptying of the channel allows them to then receive more payments and continue the cycle of selling pizza and looping out again further when a merchant like backgammon first joins the lighting network. They can use loop out to get initial receiving capacity as well as a result new recipients on the network, no longer need to rely on others to open a channel for them before they're able to start receiving payments. So capacity is kind of always been an issue within the lightning upright. It's been one of the big question marks is that unlike with bitcoin, you'd can't necessarily send your entire. Balance in a single transaction. You have to instead kind of utilize the network in order to route from hop to hop and each of those different hops might have different capacity limits. This is clearly trying to tackle that Andreas. Can you help us understand a little better? What's going on here? The fundamental issue to on the fan hair is not so much capacity. It's rather the lightning channels are a symmetric. Meaning that when you have a channel there is a local balance, a remote balanced, the local balances, the balance of Santos, you have on your side of the channel. And that's the amount that you can send out from that channel either when you're routing or making a payment yourself, and the remote balance is the balance that can be sent to Hugh that the other party holds on the channel that can be sent to you. And that's sets the limit on how much incoming payments who can have. Now, imagine you're running a store as in this example, and you have a bunch of incoming channels. With balance on the remote end, and you need that. So that people can send you payments or route payments to you, and let's say your stores successful. And so people make payments in some of that remote balance becomes local balance. Most to your side of the channel, which means you earned it great. So your local balances increase. In fact, keeps happening eventually you're going to run out of remote balance all of the channel capacity is going to be on your ends because you've already received all of it. Now, you have two options one is to have other people create new channels or close channels reopen channels. So the problem is rebalancing channel rebalancing is the idea and the way to solve that is effectively an atomic swap between on chain Anoff chain funds, which is called the submarine swab, and that type of swap is while loopholes or lupin implements salute belt is built on top of the technology that we were talking about a couple of weeks ago called submarine sense. And so this is another layer effect. Built on top of that framework. Yeah. So here's a simple example. I've got all of the balance on my end the channel, and I want to rebalance without closing opening channels incurring on chain payments. So what I do is I need to find someone who's willing to take a lightning payment for me. And in return, send me bitcoin, essentially swapping off chain payments for an on chain payments and wall lightning labs will to for you through this service loop out now, I could simply trust someone kind of like an exchange right where I make a deposit through lightning, and they then allow me to make a withdrawal on chain and making on blockchain withdrawal. But the problem without this trust, right? Because if I simply send them the lightning payments, and then they don't give me a non chain bitcoin payments in return. I've lost my money. It's their custody. We're talking about finding that person who's going to provide the other side of the payment is that something where loop out is a mechanism that we both us together to coordinate. The fact that we wanna trade but don't trust each other. Or when I used loop out at my actually using it with lightning, for example. Is there a company in the background that's gonna be providing the sort of liquidity via loop out? Yeah. So Luke out is a product offered by a single company that provides these trust less submarine. Swap. So you can swap on chain for off chain vice versa. It is an implementation of submarine swaps which is affected the protocol, which is a series of steps you take. If you want to trust la- swap between on chain off chain funds and that has been implemented in a product that's called loop out or lightning loop. So loop out of product by specific company that uses the protocol that is of marine sons and other people can use this same kind of concepts of Tomic swaps between. Chains and off chain funds to do the same thing of the trick. Here is that it's trust. Louis. What does that mean that means that instead of you blindly sending a payment over lightning in hoping they give you a non chain payments? In return. What happens is that is they may contain payments, which is effectively in escrow the can only be unlocked by the invoice receipts of lightning payments. Meaning once they've put that on chain, you can only claim
Facebook left millions of passwords readable by employees
"Cybersecurity expert, Adam LeVine, says the revelation that Facebook left millions of user passwords readable to its employees. For years follows other mishaps by the social media giant just one more on the list of problems with his company faces especially when it comes to privacy and security Levin says it's ultimately up to the users to be responsible. The company says the passwords stored on internal companies servers where no outsiders could access them. Even so some privacy. Experts suggest that users changed their Facebook.
Maroon 5 criticized for Super Bowl performance seen as ‘boring’ and ‘safe
"Super Bowl halftime show avoided controversy. It also didn't generate any excitement critics say headliner. Maroon five rushed through a series of hits supported by guest appearances from rappers Travis Scott and big boy, maroon five frontman, Adam LeVine. Gene, then went shirtless while singing moves like Jagger. Well, of course, that was the band's big
Maroon 5's halftime show was basic
"I asked the question, and what about the halftime would that be Westwood One entertainment. It wasn't entertainment at all. I don't think they carry it. They don't they don't I don't. But maybe they do. I don't think the. I don't think they do. Now. I think they do analysis now some of the best reviews of the. Of the halftime show of the drudge report. Yeah. I mean, it was just burst out it. I didn't see any of it because I don't wake up to between nine thirty and ten and it was over. I think by right after nine o'clock. Breaking news came came across all my alerts game around nine thirty. But it says move Janet Jackson Adam shows his breasts during halftime show. And the picture of the dude looks like he's been working out. Yeah. I had. No, I I have no idea. I seen them in in. What did I see him? I didn't notice. It was an infomercial. There was an he used to be on an infomercial for like some kind of acne thing. One of the acne medicines. He was on an infomercial for and I walk into the room one time. Why is he doing an acne commercial? But he was an infomercial. But he didn't look like I mean, you know, he looked like a, you know, just a skinny guy. So I guess he beefed up for the Super Bowl. Now. I know that the the the headlines were the everybody the rumor was he was going to kneel during the the performance, and it was all over the headlines. Will he Neil will he Nieto will he Neil? Yeah. Because Roger waters had asked him to kneel. Yes. We we talked about that. Now Roger waters from from pink Floyd's all upset about it. Now, who's the one that does the pig? But that's Roger water. Okay. So it right. Okay. That's now that's supposed to be capitalism. I'm not really sure that sucks. He's been all this money off of capital. I wasn't even the smallest Pink Floyd fan. I mean, I I like their music. Okay. But I just know what was on the route. We don't need. No, Roger waters education. We don't know Roger waters thought control, by the way with a Senate structuring like that you definitely need an education. But this I I have to read this because he had to Adam LeVine head to comment afterwards because everything that went on. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. When we accepted the responsibility to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show. I took out my pen and just wrote some of the words that came to me in that moment eventually made their way into the incredible lanterns at flew high and low
Super Bowl Ads 2019: Stunts, Self-Deprecation And Celebrity Sightings
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast. Some Super Bowls are thrilling and summer like last night when the New England Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams and the lowest scoring Super Bowl game in history. Of course, the game is only part of the spectacle, where the halftime show and the commercials anymore. Exciting. We have a tweet review here from one Rachel Martin of NPR news who writes, you wrote Rachel well that was horrible. Don't think you didn't love it very much NPR. Tv critic Eric Duggan's has his judgment the most unexpected moment in the Super Bowl. Halftime show. Didn't come from headliner. Maroon five or guest Travis Scott, it came courtesy of characters from the cartoon SpongeBob squarepants who introduced Scott's part of the performance. Musical genius who needs no introduction. The cartoon clip was a shoutout to sweet victory. Assam spongebob. Squarepants once played on an episode that parody the Super Bowl was a hip surprise. And a halftime show that also included appearances from Outkast member big BOI and a gospel choir. Maroon five frontman, Adam LeVine, stripped off, coats and shirt until he was bare-chested showing off his tattoos while singing one of the group's biggest hits moves like Jagger. Gives me. Show. It was professional mildly. Exciting the kind of ineffective Super Bowl halftime show that the NFL might have been hoping for after its controversies over players kneeling to protest police brutality. But it was also kind of boring like most of the Super Bowl commercials press to avoid social media backlash. Many of the ads in Sunday's game were not edgy groundbreaking or even all that funny. Consider one but lights commercials which featured medieval characters from last year's but light Super Bowl ads preparing to watch a joust a beautiful day for a date. Date things out lucky. Loincloth cold Bud Light comfy thrown I don't have the plague anymore when they're but night is killed by a character from game of thrones called the mountain then a dragon sets fire to the jousting arena. And the whole thing turns into a game of thrones commercial. I'm not quite sure how scenes of carnage and fire cells cans of Bud Light. Maybe it makes you thirsting Harrison Ford fared better in an ad that showed fictional failed products, featuring Amazon, Alexa, including dot collar. Ordering dog the Barco you'll want. I'm not paying for England dog food ordering gravy yet. There is nothing funnier than watching Indiana Jones chases small dog around his house, Pepsi earn some multigenerational cool points by having chance the rapper remix. The backstreet boys hit I want it that way. And the Washington Post scored with a serious ad ended reinforcing the value of journalists and journalism as images of reporters like slain columnists, Jamal kashogi appeared on screen. Tom Hanks provided a reassuring narration when our nation is threatened. There's someone to gather the facts. To bring you the story. No matter the cost knowing keeps us free. Now, I might be a bit biased. But seeing some of the most expensive real estate in television used to remind America that journalism is a key to democracy seemed like the best use of a Super Bowl ad that I've seen in quite a while Americans.
Maroon 5 addresses controversy over Super Bowl show decision
"Band. Adam LeVine is speaking out about the controversy surrounding his bands decision to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show. No one thought about it more than I put more thought this silence. All the noise. Listen to myself and made my decision based upon how I felt the maroon f-. Five frontman tells entertainment tonight, he expected the backlash. I'm not in the right profession if I can't handle a little bit of controversy. It's what it is. We expected it. And like I said earlier
SEC Fines DJ Khaled and Floyd Mayweather For Illegally Promoting A Fraudulent ICO
"DJ Khallid and Floyd Mayweather didn't say that they are being paid by this company. In order to avoid Meriwether wax. Another fight. Exactly. I mean, he. He has so much turn to a little bit about. Yeah. Just a smidge. And then he was fitting, and he had the SEC SEC even more money. Tom Hanks isn't early talks to play Djupedal in Disney's live at can adaptation of Pinocchio. The director of Paddington is behind this project. Tom Hanks busy next year. He's starting to the World War movie. Greyhound Toy Story four and he's currently filming the Mr. Rogers movie mister Rogers is so busy. I know and lead singer maroon five Adam LeVine says all the innovation in music is happening in hip hop right now. In a new interview with variety Levin said his goal is to make songs that don't sound dated in ten years time. And he says that hip hop is better than everything else. And that rock music is nowhere. And it's like it hasn't even been invited. Much to the NFL in the Super Bowl. I mean because it's in Atlanta, and they don't have an art. I mean, this is convenient timing. But remember they haven't been officially confirmed Super Bowl halftime show and finally bohemian rhapsody a box office mash, but one of the movies big scenes nearly didn't make the cut into Queen stepped in to keep it Brian May says that he and Roger Taylor fought to keep a scene in. Where Freddie Mercury tells the band that he wants to make a solo album may also seen gut wrenching and says it's favorite in the movie, but nearly wound up on the cutting room floor due to time concerns.
Millie Bobby Brown Gives Epic Surprise Performance at Maroon 5's Concert
"Millie. Bobby Brown gives epic surprise performance at maroon, five's concert. Millie, Bobby Brown game room fans the ultimate surprise on Sunday. When she took the stage in the middle of their national concert and perform their hit girls like you, the stranger things star showed up her skills by rapping, the lyrics normally performed by Cardi b. the fourteen year old actress didn't seem to miss a beat. Either the Bridgestone arena crowd went wild after her performance and Adam LeVine, and Adam LeVine gave his stamp of approval by giving the eleven star high, five Brown posted a video of the memorable moment on Instagram. So tonight was insane. She couched in the video. Slow tonight wasn't seen she in the video. I love Admiral five and my dear friend, Adam LeVine. This is like, I mean, she's living the dream. Obviously I'm just jealous. Was anyone other than her like item in the cool was Mason Mason? And by the way that rap is amazing and that song is so good and I just like, I'm glad that they didn't let the moment go without letting someone coming performance, but like I don't when did Millie Bobby Brown become like this thing this, I darling and honestly, like all these tension she's getting from older men is really weird. Well, you want us to talk about the Jake text message saga because people are freaking out about it and she, she mentioned it in passing. She wasn't trying to make it story. She was like on red carpet, and like stop by access Hollywood for two seconds. And they were talking about Drake, and basically what she said. She's like we text all the time. He helps me boy stuff tells me that he misses me. She's like, I love him. And now people are dissecting so many things about Drake because he was dating is dating a girl who's now eighteen, but apparently been dating since she was sixteen, and there are some lyrics that are very questionable. And this is weird and that also odyssey Adam LeVine is smart. He just gave her a high five because like he knew what people were saying. If you gave her a hug, like we would have been done and that's discussing world that we live in, but also like Hollywood is disgusting. So now I'm like the Drake thing could have been just like innocent and it's lovely there. She's an do. I really think he's. No, but like Hollywood is so bucking disgusting, and I'm never cease to be amazed by how discussing art like, no, this is weird. It is. I don't follow either of them and they've been having like courtship for awhile of like a thirsty internet friendship. Therefore I refuse to give into in. I definitely don't think that there's anything weird and I mean, I don't know Drake that well, but I feel like he's fine. And if he wasn't even sixteen you some of the lyrics that people are saying like, are questionable Cher round hole. I don't know. I. You have potential. I could have shaped it. You went and caved in. We could have waited. I wasn't rushing difference in ages are old enough, but you're still a baby. You've shared stories where you did amazing. Okay, that's not. That's not great in this in this context, czar. Yeah, but like I, I don't know. It's Harvard, Billy Bob Bronx. We're just saying, like I was saying, do you like there's no way that she's twelve?