21 Burst results for "Anoma"

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06:15 min | 4 months ago

"anoma" Discussed on Epicenter

"Which I think is also the right model to do, by the way. It's like a very nice and decentralized KYC AML system. Yeah. So let's talk about I mean, we've talked about a lot of things that you guys envisage. So can you give us an idea of what's currently life, what would be life soon. And what do you think is going to take however long to build? Because it's an enormously complex undertaking, right? What's life now and what will be live soon. So the specification and prototype testnet for Nevada, there is a test that there's not yet unlike coordinated testnet, but those are all live on GitHub. You can find the software, you can download it. You can play around with it. There are also prototypes of the intent gossip system and matchmaking system. Along with architectural spec for Tyga, the private monitoring circuit, and an architectural spec for typhon, which is our algorithm. Those I would expect will be hopefully the private broadening circuit will be ready later this year, along with the cost of matchmaking, working with private bartering, which is pretty involved to suggest to involve Zika generation during the inter gossip and matchmaking phase. Typhon will probably take at least another year. But I would also say that we're trying to come up with a sequence of both technological development and product deployment that makes sense, even if we launch the full anoma tomorrow, it probably does too many things. For it to be a useful test as a kind of independent hypothesis, which is one reason why we're trying to launch Nevada as a simpler network that can provide clearer quality of service guarantees around multi acid chill to transfers and hopefully pretty incentive compatible instead of design for giving users a pretty good shielded privacy set. We're launching that soon and that can at least be integrated hopefully with product stack, including interfaces, which can create zero knowledge proofs. And a product stack would solve. I mean, there are a lot of just really awful UX problems. Turn it into caches, I think, pretty decent now, but with a sort of full shielded note blockchain like sea cache. You still have to scan the whole blockchain to figure out which node so yours. We can do something slightly better with a payment request system where you include a special tag on the note, so you don't have to scan on your phone, all of the new blocks, to see if you receive to payment. These UX questions sound kind of trivial, but they sometimes require changing the architecture of the blockchain or would require hardworking existing systems or changing the circuit. So we're trying to think about that on a whole architecture level so we can make sure the end product is so no matter should probably August September, somewhere around this October. So around late summer called I mean, what does this mean? Test nets the internal intestines have started rolling out private tests with a handful of people in the coming weeks. And then probably in 6 to 8 weeks we'll start having public testing for anyone can participate, followed by incentivized tests that eventually lead to decentralized launch of namata. Late summer. I think at the same time, we are also going to start a trusted setup ceremony for plump up and our circuits. For also in the next couple of weeks, so there's going to be announcements around there. I would expect that may not know before I start having chestnuts after the model launch, gearing up for some early 2023 launch. It probably includes Tiger, so private buttering circuits. It probably won't include typhoon. So if the consensus upgrade is probably something that happens post an advantage. The other thing that comes with an armada is also bridges. So we're also launched with a material bridge. So obviously adapter for Ethereum as well as IBC adopt us to a bunch of other chains and I think at that point the scaling factor will become how can you quickly write IBC adapters every modern BFT system because there's really no reason why Nia and Parker are trim communicate to each other via IBC. Like the protocol doesn't matter to these people just how you encode data between lifetime capable blockchains. I think that's all coming up. That sounds like that's a very impressive technical road map. What about ecosystem adoption? Do you guys have an ecosystem fund to kind of faster building on anoma? Not yet. We haven't yet made the move that every other major blockchain for some reason has made and became a VC. Seemed very strange. I didn't expect this to happen in 2017 that every major blockchain would also become a VC at the same time. Maybe later this year, we'll see. No, I don't think so. It's the narrative, of course, the things. Yeah, everything comes to VC. Everything is not fun. No, but if people are the first couple of people to start playing with the code base starting to see how intense work content gossip works so metric works. If you're interested, reach out to us. We're very happy to support any prototypes, no formless structures around being a fun git, though. You know, we could do retroactive public goods funding if you make a git commit now. That's permanent history. It's like potential future AirDrop target. You never know. Oh, don't say that on our people are going to try to break that. I didn't. Yeah, okay. Don't complain about this data. Quit. So if people want to get in touch with you guys, how do they best reach out to you? Yeah, you can join on Discord. Discord GD slash anoma. You can also find more information on the websites, all that we revamping them right now on the normal dot net and no matter dot net..

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"anoma" Discussed on Epicenter

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05:15 min | 4 months ago

"anoma" Discussed on Epicenter

"But change can be proof of stake. They can be proof of authority. They can be proof of work with some kind of finality gadget. They can be approved of some other kind of identity even. Okay, okay. But yes, nomada and anoma are both proof of stake. With separate tokens, so on the token model, I think the closest what in existence so far as someone poke it up, I'll bite. It's an imperfect comparison. But yes, the separate tokens separate chains, 70 50 models. No matter also has an in built governance module right off facilities. I mean, you can vote and signal, right? Yep, that's right. How does that work? And basically, what kind of powers does it give to the token holders? It's quite simple. The nomadic governance module acts is just credible proof of stake voting power backed signaling. So anyone can create a text proposal, and people can vote on that and everyone can see that a certain amount of stake such as two thirds is back to particular written text proposal. Mnemonic governance proposals can also execute code, nemanda supports WebAssembly, just not complete user programmability yet. So the government system can execute code and change parameters or deploy different validity predicates. Maybe it's important to point out here as well that there are very few functionalities built into the protocols. As in the protocol is really just a way to have interpretation at runtime. So for example, proof of stake is just another ability of predicate in the system, the same way that multi asset shield tools, just not abilities, predicate in the system. The same applies to governance as well as to IBC. So most functionalities are really just built as those predicates at the same level as user deployed code. Maybe let's zoom out. So no matter the part of the project family that's live now. Let's talk about anoma and what it will add to that. Sure. Just to clarify, no matter unfortunately, it's not live now, hopefully it will be live. Later this year. There is a test set. Okay, sorry, we're using gifts. Nevada's live. I'll take it. I'll take it and run with it. Nevada is live. There's you could find information about on the GitHub, and there will be more tests with more features coming soon. What does it add to that? Well, the other 80%. So no matter already has proof of stake it already has multi asset shield transfers, it already has a governance system, but it doesn't have programmatic private bartering. It doesn't have the consensus system called typhon that we're building and it doesn't have the intent gossip and matchmaking layer. It does also doesn't have fair view yet. For front running protection. Yes, please absolutely give an example because I think we could all use one. Sure thing. So the example I like to use a private bartering because I think it's grounded in a kind of physical scarcity, which is likely to remain a problem that people want bartering systems to solve for a long time. As an example of going to a concert. So let's say that I want to take a train with my friend to a concert and another city in Germany. Some kind of nice festival in the summer where they play out tech and music featuring. Interesting artists. I want to get to two tickets to the concert. I want to go with my friend. I need to train in a hotel to be in tickets to be synchronized, but I want them to be as cheap as possible and I want to buy a secondary market. So I need to buy along with I don't care which specific weekend this ticket is for the festival, as long as it's like one of these four weekends and I can go with my friend. So using anoma, I could create an intent in the private ordering system, which expresses these combination constraints that along with my friend and we're going to split the payment. I want to buy two tickets. This festival to train tickets to all rooms. They need to be synchronized. They need to be for the same weekend dates. If I have a train for one weekend in a hotel for another weekend in concert tickets for a third weekend, it's not very useful. But otherwise I'm fine with any of the weekends that I want to get the cheapest price possible. You can use the inner intent gossip matchmaking system along with settlement to both discover counterparties to find people and they could be different people who are selling hotel tickets train tickets and concert tickets. And to settle with them to pay them the money, maybe there are many counterparties. And settle that transaction, privately on the ledger atomically so that you're insured that you and your friends both get tickets, you can go with each other and you're going on the scene. We can do whatever we can that is. I understand the problem. I'm intimately familiar with the problem, not because I go to not because I go to lots of events and book hotels, but because we build something similar named causal. So basically, if you want to find the cheapest price for everyone, or the.

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06:46 min | 4 months ago

"anoma" Discussed on Epicenter

"Later on, so let's say we have this anoma and then we have this amount of these independent blockchains that they're just going to interact with IBC to have their own staking token down while they set or what is going to be the relationship between these two blockchains. They are fractal instances. So I know has a different you could call it a scaling architecture, which separates two concerns of architectural homogeneity and security model homogeneity. So if you think about if we look at sort of blockchain scaling architectures writ large, you can kind of classify them in two dimensions. There's architecture, like what is the VM system like for Ethereum? It's the EVM for something like WebAssembly. How to key formats work, how do applications interface with a protocol? That's one dimension. The other dimension is security model, both theory, like what's the proof of stake system, is it proof of stake at all for work, who is also in practice, who is operating it, what are the concrete, like validators and voting powers, right? And generally those two dimensions have been designed in parallel. So like Ethereum has if you want to deploy to Ethereum, you use the Ethereum architecture and you accept the Ethereum security model. There's a one major instance that supports that architecture and then some other change, which also support the EDM. And if you wanted to deploy to polkadot, there's sort of polkadot architecture to polkadot security model. If you look at the if you look at all of the blockchains, which talk via interoperability protocols like IBC or bridges, those have heterogeneous architecture and had a heterogeneous security model. So you have different security models based on which chain you're interacting with. And you have different architectures. The idea of fractal instances is to have a these are, of course, broad generalizations, but a more homogeneous architecture while having a heterogeneous security model with the idea that there might be a sort of there's a lot of benefit to standardizing architecture. It's a kind of benevolent monopoly. Everyone can use applications, which work with the same technical stack and same knowledge or get stuff like this, while security models are something that might you might want to vary more based on application based on what you're actually trying to do with the blockchain, what's the real world value attached and who do you trust to handle your assets or settle your transactions for you? That sounds basically like the cosmos model though, where you have a cosmos SDK, which maybe just some modification that change do, but a lot of the fundamental things the same, but then they have their own validator sets. So how does it differ from that? I think they can all be an interoperable, happy family. It's not designed as a competitor of cosmos. But I would distinguish maybe which parts of the stack are standardized. So we're not there's no state machine framework as part of the anoma architecture. The whole application stack is standardized. So people can pick and choose different components if they want, but when you write an application on the enuma architecture, you're writing an application, which has a part logic defined for intent gossip and matchmaking and logic defined for settlement. That application can run on any anoma fractal instance. So it could run on the factual instance in Berlin or the fact instance for Europe or the factual instance run in your backyard between four friends or it could run on the global instance. Different factor instances over time will mean it doesn't start supporting the whole an M architecture. And maybe it will remain just focused on shielded transverse, which is nice because it can provide quality of service guarantees that are more difficult to provide if it targets more general use case. But the idea is, for example, that you could have assets in a wallet on your phone and as you go around traveling, those assets can automatically roam almost like cell phone robing, subject to some of your preferences for safety, to different anoma instances as you need to settle partnering. This is arguably also how human scale, right? I think one thing we keep forgetting is that so with all these shouting solutions, we have single security models which are single points of failure to some extent we probably shouldn't design a world financial system that has single points of failures, even if those single points of failures are decentralized in themselves. What we ideally want is financial systems which are interoperable decoupled as in the financial system in Europe should be able to fill independently of the financial system in the U.S.. And you want to, as a user, be able to take your assets from between those financial systems and then if you ask this happened to be in the U.S. while the U.S. financial system fails, then that's a problem, but if you ask this within Europe, while the U.S. financial system fails, then you're fine. This is how we've built very resilient civilizations over time. And for some reason we keep throwing out this idea when we start designing blockchains at this point in time. Does this mean that the anoma ecosystem is stateless? I would say that the point of sticky standardization, the thing that's hard to change is the protocol. We're trying to design it so that it's easy to change the instance. So that if you just decide that you don't like your validators anymore, you can fire them and go somewhere else. And you can fire them without necessarily coordinating with everyone else who uses the same instance because the protocol is interoperable. So if you want to cost of secession is low. So if you want to take a few of your friends and start using another instance, but retain your ability to transact with the quote unquote main economy, you can do that. The thing which is sticky and the thing which we think is beneficial to standardized correspondingly is this architecture. So what the circuits are, how the protocol works, how even to the level of how applications communicate with it. So that if you really want to, if the validators go Berserk and you really need to change your economy, you can take a state dump and spin up a new instance and that will just work. But then so still these different chains then would have their own value to set their own staking token and that's still the case. And that's kind of a proof of stake system similar to something I cosmos are. They don't have to be proof of stake. I know I'm a use this obviously, so perhaps a modified version..

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"anoma" Discussed on Epicenter

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05:46 min | 4 months ago

"anoma" Discussed on Epicenter

"Good question, you know, we actually built a multi asset shield a little year ago and we released it as open-source and no one has launched it yet. So yeah, I'm not quite sure. I maybe because Ethereum gas fees are very high, maybe because IBC until recently wasn't particularly popular, so there haven't been many interconnected assets on the low cost transfer protocol. I think multi has to tell the polls are pretty obvious. Yeah. Single answer to your pools don't make that much sense unless you mean like zcash has this problem, right? The value of Zack is sort of being tied to having access to the shield pool. And I think that, especially in the Z cash community, there were concerns about, if you allow other assets into that you will pull, why would anyone use that? Because this was sort of the monetary play on the asset. And on Ethereum, I mean, if you've tried all these solutions, they are horrendously expensive, Toyota captures something like $300 to use to do a single transaction with it. And maybe also the other big thing, which for some reason, most people haven't done, which I think is because circuit design is very, very hard and way harder than general public expects. Is that you can move assets within the shield pool, right? Like ten year cash allows you to deposit, fixed denominations of assets, and withdraw them. It's not actually that there's a Sheila pool for Ethernet cache. That's a chiller proof of 0.1 eth and one eth and tenth and a hundred eth. They actually had four Sheila pools for Ethernet cache. And you can not move them with it. So now you can actually, you can actually deposit arbitrary amounts and the fees have also gone way down because it's now a noseless chain. Try it out. It's awesome. All right, I'll try our noses. Fantastic. So my second question. Is this UTXO account based? Because basically, it sounded like, in principle, it was account based, but how do you do this with an account? The short answer is that it's both. So in the private bar during the MAS P is you take so based. As in order to get to privacy for using zero knowledge proofs for some kind of system, privacy using zero knowledge proofs is always achieved by having the parties to whom you want the data to be private, hold the data, and make the proofs, which means that you need to have, like, as opposed to public accounts, you need to have accounts themselves be private and be known only by the users. It's possible in principle to architect an account system using zkp is a bit of requires different kind of private merkle tree lookup, which is very tricky. So the MSPs, UTXOs. And the more generalized circuit that we're working on called Tyga for private partnering, also has notes, but it has programmable validity predicates attached to the notes. So both assets and users have additional circuits defined as recursive circuits in the Taika circuit, which must pass in order for the transaction to validate. These are used for intense and for assets, for example, an asset validity predicate circuit contained logic around when it's possible to mint to burn assets or who is allowed to transfer assets even although that's checked in private. And a user validity predicate contain information about what keys are needed to authorize the transfer for different amounts or how much the user account is allowed to send in a day. And an intent for the credit card cover like any one can redeem this note and spend it themselves if they spend me a note of a different cryptocurrency, something like that. So the barter which the user wishes to perform. And specifically on the account versus UTXO, distinction, so the multi asset fuel pool is just another account, both on a model as well as on a noma. So it is deployed as a predicate where the ability to predict that just verifies the proofs against the masked circuit. So no matter are both account based systems to which you can deploy circuits like the mask. And on the just happens to the mass was one of the first circuits that we're deploying. Okay, I have a lot of questions. Maybe I'll leave most of them out right now. But so you kind of keep distinguishing between anoma and Hamada. So basically anoma is the ledger. And namata is the blockchain. This is another distinction. Now this is not correct. Okay, I see I see you shaking your head. So please please set me right here. Both all blockchains. It just happens that Nevada is a set of it's called specific subset of features that initially we wanted to also put into mainnet anoma, but we saw when this is ready way earlier, let's just put this onto its own chain and launch it and see what people think because we can provide multi asset price. Yeah, I wouldn't put it that way, but I guess uncle, who's too drunk to remember what do you transfer? That's why it's private. No, but so both are just blockchains. And just no matter happens to be ready earlier and we can launch this this year to provide multi asset privacy people where the entire private bartering interface applications with a normal but still going to take until very.

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"anoma" Discussed on Epicenter

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05:59 min | 4 months ago

"anoma" Discussed on Epicenter

"So maybe it would make sense because I think it's probably not so easy for people like listening to kind of like wrap their head around like what is exactly what's going on. So I'm wondering if you can speak about, I don't know, like a few use cases. Where you think like, okay, that's sort of the thing that it's going to work best and kind of run through what that looks like and maybe the different stakeholders in those in those examples. Yeah, actually, I guess we could start with a model. So this is sort of there's no Twitter account yet for this, but we are probably launching a blockchain data this year called namara. To just sort of take about 20% of many anoma and gun. This works right now. We can put this onto its own chain and launches as opposed to chaining the ecosystem. So you can sort of see this as the first use case. So a namata does is just provide multi asset privacy. To just provide acid agnostic privacy guarantees there is a single shiller pool in which all assets can. So an end user could move crypto punk from a theorem over the bridge into namata, move it into the shield pool there and again. And now the crypto punk lives on the same privacy set as all the USD C, all the die, all the atoms, all the Osmo, all the them. And it's indistinguishable from each other from all the other assets when you interact with us. And so this is a use case this will work in the use case, some of the example would be like, I haven't put the punk, you know, I want to say on my crypto punk for something, right? This doesn't involve trading yet. This is just privacy. So why do I want to use my crypto penguin Ethereum? So why do I want to move it over there? Because you want privacy for your crypto punk. This also works for simple payments you want to use. If I want to move the crypto prompt you different if you're a matter of, but I don't want people to be able to link the two addresses, for example. For example, yeah. To be fair, the NFT thing, I should probably not start it on this. NFTs are much harder in this regard. This is way easier to understand with fungible tokens. Think of this as you want to have cheap, multi asset privacy for USD C or your atoms. You can move them into no matter, move them into your shield. We'll move them around, hold them to the shield pool because we've come up with a very interesting new circuit design that allows you allows normal to incentivize assets that are being held in the shielded pool. Because honestly, this is like a shield pool is a public good that we should be incentivizing people to use. But while they're in the field, they pull they do anything. I mean, let's say, okay, so let's say that we don't want to punk example because I guess you can see the punk still afterwards, but so let's say the example of UST, right? I have a bunch of UST. So I'm going to move the UST into this shielded pool. And I guess one use case will be around take it out, put it into a different address, right? That, you know, I want to send somebody some UST. I don't want them to see all my wallet. Which is actually, I guess, pretty common problem today. I can probably the best ironically is like the centralized exchange, right? Where you actually, oh, I'm going to send it from finance, right? Because okay, binance knows, but at least not everybody knows. So I can see that example, is that kind of the example you're talking about? Yes. This is a very simple use case, which is just multi asset privacy. Both in order to make your assets private, not because you want to send them to other people because you want to make your own holdings private that have already publicized or you want to send pay your contract and USD T and yes, currently we are using exchanges as makes us effectively. We all go, oh yeah, everyone gets a unique address in our withdrawal from crack and to my unique adverse and then I pay people from those. It's not a good model. No one can tell me this. And so your question was also why should assets within the shield pool actually in sort of inflationary awards? In the shell of pool, the assets in the shield pool contributed to the overall privacy set. So in the same sense that assets in a liquidity pool contribute to the overall liquidity assets and shield pool contribute to the overall privacy set. So and this is something you don't want to have many different privacy sets over time. Ideally you have one really large one that everyone uses. And this is why we have this incentive design to allow people to hold assets in the shield pool and rewards on them. In the U.S. key example to sustain that. So. Let's say that maybe I'm providing liquidity on a small sense also, right? And is it something that will be possible to kind of provide liquidity on something like osmosis, for example? While having it in the shield approved, I don't think so. No. So it's like these should be binary choices. As sort of the similar staking rate, except the private pools and generally zero knowledge proofs this gets way harder than everyone thinks. So you generally have to pick which thing you move your asset into. I have several technical questions can ask them. So my first technical question is multi asset shielded pools. Why don't we see them more often? Because I mean, if you look at things like zcash and tornado and so on, they are always single acid..

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"anoma" Discussed on Epicenter

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08:06 min | 4 months ago

"anoma" Discussed on Epicenter

"Blockchains don't verify data about the external world. There's nothing there's nothing the blockchain could do except serve as a kind of tamper resistant to ledger for maybe some kind of multi party Oracle system, which is like, I guess the attestation server you're talking about, a blockchain can be used as a record, which has some nice properties. You might want for a record, but it can't measure the actual data. Humans are human organizations have to do that. What I think the blockchain can do is make it provide a canonical. So in some sense, the benefit of blockchain brings here is centralization, not decentralization. It's one spreadsheet. And if you have one spreadsheet that measures production practices, then you can incorporate this into an economic system. So instead of every company you're every individual needing to independently audit their supply chain. So this is what happens at the moment. Only the really, really large corporations can do this because it requires a lot of time. But really large corporations can go through and audit their supply chains and sometimes they have to do so for legal compliance reasons. But right now, mostly this happens by them independently auditing their supply chains. Because there's no way to track the data at the time, the practice of production actually occurs. So it seems at least plausibly that if it were possible to track the data when the practice of production occurs and track it in a way that is also compatible for the companies involved, namely it has to be private. People don't want to reveal all of what they're doing all the time. Then having a logically centralized operationally decentralized ledger might provide a way to compute over this data. So you could reason about impacts. So just to recap this. So I mean, obviously this is a multi dimensional problem, right? So basically, obviously, the factors that kind of the production factors that go into producing whatever can be measured along several dimensions. So for instance, maybe I maybe I care about river pollution, maybe I maybe I care about some sort of minimum wage. Maybe I care about not having something produced by children or having something not flown around the world, but actually brought on a container ship or even produced locally, and so on. So basically, your idea of would be that the sweater I would buy basically that would actually come with register of properties. So for instance, locally hand soon and brunt Burke are died only with organic dyes or made without the contributions of slaves or children or whatever. And then basically I could kind of choose which ones of the blocks that are not checked to offset manually or is that kind of the idea? Kind of, but also that you could negotiate by making a commitment so you could say that you're not going to, it would probably be on the basis of exclusion like externalities you don't want since those are fewer to list. And you could maybe make a commitment to say I'm just not going to buy products, which contribute to, say, environmental pollution in such and such fashion and such and to magnitude and if a bunch of people make those commitments together, corporations or producers can see this and it changes their incentives for what to produce in the first place. Okay, but then basically this entire I think trends into an aura could problem, right? So how do I, how do I prove that the sweater is river pollution free? I don't think blockchain is conserved as a good ledger and they can serve as a point of settlement for some kind of shelling point game or multiple people report. And their censorship resistant, which is helpful. I think you still need human organizations to solve the oracle problem. But part of that is the computation over the economic transactions, which are happening. And I think blockchains could be helpful there. Maybe an important point to also note here is that this is a an example application, right? This isn't necessarily something that is short term feasible. I think this is something that becomes feasible over the next ten years as more and more data becomes available on decentralized systems. It's more general I think the important point is that I know that doesn't actually know what a carbon price is or what an asset is or what a trade is or even what sort of a settlement prices. It is just we've built and designed an Omar around the premise that people can bring whatever assets they want and can do incredibly flexible compute over those assets that can be both transparent as well as private. One thing I'm curious about, I remember if I read that or heard it somewhere mentioned but that doesn't, you know, there's no issuance on myself, but only these, you know, the kind of transaction. So in the end, is it fair to kind of characterize a noma as sort of an attempt at creating a very generalized marketplace? I wouldn't say marketplace necessarily, maybe let me start with asset issuance. So you can theoretically issue assets on a no month, that's nothing preventing. People from doing this. You have similar facilities to what in terms of user programmability that would allow you to build these kind of recalling ability patterns that allow you to build asset issuance programs. I think our fundamental thesis goes on with our model is that there are tons of places that issue assets already and 9 months ago, the world became interoperable with Chris publishing IBC. Okay, this was kind of, but yeah. So now this is a droppable and we can just leverage a lot of these assets that exist in the ecosystem to flow in and out of the normal. And so I know it's just there to not provide asset issuance, but rather to provide really good base layer functionality for assets that already exist. For example, another thing that anoma has that no one else has at this point in time is an intent incentivize intent gospel matchmaking system. So when you think about discovering counterparties, right on what happens in uniswap or on a theory is actually is that you have the contract being the central counterparty as an I always intact with the contract and the contract is the shelling point for everyone goes to discover the kind of parties. What you can do with anoma is you can instead have issued an intent which is cryptographically signed. And then you can have sort of a 100 million 10s floating around in the slash soup and destiny economic incentive for people to look at all these intents and see if they're combinable. As in, you can someone can look at the soup of a 100 million 10s and go, oh, these 15, if I can combine them and settle them on chain or submit a transaction on chain, they will satisfy each one of the criteria. And they don't have to be direct matches. This is sort of the important point, because intense are just programmable. It's just code. It's not a price. It's not a specific asset. This is not what an independent status. And intend is just Ed runtime interpretable code that says whether it's okay with some future stake outcome. So you have one intend that says I'm happy to have one Bitcoin less if I have ten more eth and the weather in Berlin is nice. And then you can have 14 other intents that sort of combine into this. And when you submit them on chain, all the ability to provide all these intents for trying true to whether they are happy with the resulting state outcome. This is something you can't build on any existing system and removes the need to have these very centralized counterparty discovery points like a uniswap AMM contract. Which is cool. That doesn't exist at this point. And you combine this with a bunch of front running tech to make this front running resistant incentive position..

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06:51 min | 4 months ago

"anoma" Discussed on Epicenter

"How do you have thousands of users to join to a single transaction because you can have these scenarios where ipdc, UF and someone else's eth and dot and the third person stop and if I guess I start with and so if you have a non overlapping sets of desires or intents, how do you settle this and how can you have thousands of parties at the thousands of unique intents that are individually untapped, but then you can settle together and change. Really the end goal is to bring as much information to these human exchanges as possible. When you think of something I have an election, or even a purchase, it's a very information reductive system where you have a single binary point where it's like you have an election to bind your choice vote. You have you buy coffee, you have a purchase price that you buy in this coffee yet. None of these systems are very information dense. And with blockchains, we can make all of these interactions develop more information than so that we can have automatic decentralized compute that sort of enforces my preferences on how I want to interact with the world so that every time I buy coffee, I get carbon mutual coffee in either this coffee is actually carbon neutral down the supply chain or by the same time CO2 certificates to offset the cost of carbon off my coffee. For me, part of the thesis for noma came from some of my best experience, I worked on decentralized exchange protocol on Ethereum called wyvern, which somewhat surprisingly ended up being very popular as it was used by open seat, but even at the time which I wrote it, I thought that that kind of protocol really needed a full stack architecture in order to work well. I think this is manifest in, for example, that open sea is kind of this somewhat central point in the Ethereum ecosystem because the liquidity is held on a database. The only thing that's decentralized to settlement and part of anoma is design is to really approach that problem of exchange from a full stack design perspective, which means you can decentralize when appropriate in many more things and you can kind of solve the problem looking at what does the digital system itself need to do in mediating physical exchanges in a physical world through abstractions, which makes sense, which correspond in the right ways. And I think a protein that is a full stack design problem is really necessary. So I know most tagline is undefined money, right? So how does that fit into this idea of kind of abstracting stashing things away? I would say that it fits in and that the problem is that money abstracts too many things away. It's odd that somehow blockchains have ended up creating a lot of more different kinds of money. Perhaps that's how full perhaps there are many different things we want to be representing and we should represent them with different assets. But I would make the case at least to some extent that the problem is money itself, that often, let's say we have some kind of complex supply chain. So when you're making purchase decisions, your decisions have causal ramifications all up and down the supply chain. If you choose to buy a certain kind of coffee, your decision is not individually but an aggregate are used by producers to determine what they produce. Yet, when you make that decision, you're making the decision only on the basis of what information is immediately available to you, which is usually just price. Maybe there's a fair trade label on one of the coffee bags. Maybe there are two fair trade labels, but there's not a lot of information about all of these different production practices which are going on. Many of these companies or other entities along the supply chain who are involved in producing the choices which you see in front of you are competing with each other. Both on the basis of producing cheaper coffee and on the basis of producing propaganda, which is more effective in convincing you to buy the thing. So when you're making decisions based solely on price, then companies which can sacrifice some other value, which you might have, such as, say, impact on the environment, companies which can produce coffee, which is slightly cheaper, say, or even producing a coffee bag, which is cheaper by deforesting the Amazon or emitting some pollution into the seine. Will win. You can competitive market because that externalities not being captured by the system. Even though it is, in some sense, at least it seems valued by the users of that system. So to me, this is a failure in mechanism design. And in order to better incorporate the preferences of the people involved in these large complex economic systems, we have two choices. One option is a reduction in complexity, so we could go back and live in tribes. And absent some other solution, I think that's kind of the default, but there are some nice things about complex society. Maybe it's worth saving. And if we want to save it, I think we need mechanisms for coordination, which aren't better at capturing the at the very least, the sort of first parts of the power law of impacts. So we can't measure everything about the causal ramifications of purchasing coffee, right? It's just immediately computationally infeasible. But maybe we can measure some of the most important things if we have a kind of system that allows us to internalize in computer. So by contrast, let's suppose that you want it to exhaustively research the impacts of all of your choices on the economy. You would need to, whenever you make a purchasing decision, research all of the suppliers, all of the choices they made to protection practices they're using, which go into that thing, and you need to perform some kind of causal calculus to determine like, okay, what is the individual impact of your choice on this complex system? Because many of the choices have relations which are non linear company by 7 block. In order to do that, you probably need to spend like 5 years of your life. Once I read a thesis, master's thesis, I think, by some three students at UCSD who went through the supply chain for a pair of common sneakers like running shoes. And it took them three years and they managed to trace 50% about half of the organizations involved in that supply chain and what their production practices were like. So we need a fancy spreadsheet. It's very good at doing calculations, and it's temporary assistant. And that seems to be the thing which blockchains are good at providing. Okay, so I kind of, I totally hear a lot of these problems. So I totally agree that there's a lot of externalities that are not priced into things. And that information is difficult to obtain when you make consumer choices. At 100%. But why kind of attack this from the side of the money? Why can't you just have, say, an attestation server that kind of, for instance, tells me that the sweater I am buying was made by people who were paid a livable wage and the cotton was farmed in a sustainable way and so on. So to be clear, I think you also need that..

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"anoma" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

05:51 min | 4 months ago

"anoma" Discussed on Epicenter

"Welcome to epicenter to show which talks about the technologies projects in people driving decentralization and their blockchain revolution and Brian crane and I'm here with frederica Ernst. Today we're going to speak with Adrian brink and Crisco. They're the cofounders of two of the cofounders of anoma. And noma is a new proof of stake network or proof of stake network or networks, or lots and lots of innovations that they've done on many different dimensions. And we look forward to diving into that with them. And yeah, before we get into that, a few words about our sponsors. So first of all, we have tally Ho. So tally Ho is redefining the wallet as a public good. So it's a bit like a community owned alternative to meta mask. So you can enter the metaverse with this wallet. That's full of community owned and it's also kind of governed. They became also the first sponsor of ether RS dot JS and open-source JavaScript library, helping developers connect Ethereum and they are committing 2.5% of their token supply to some Bitcoin grant. So yeah, go check it out at tally dot cache. And then second of all, we have Kyle swap. So kind of, of course, is a project that comes out of gnosis, and khao swabs basically address some of the problem with DEXs. So Texas vulnerable things like front running and the failed transaction high gas costs and cars have offers a new kind of trading experience. So it's basically kind of a Dex aggregator aggregator. It signs overlapping orders and cow stands for cleansing the wants actually something that's also kind of discussed in the anoma white paper. And so it kind of gets you the best price. And they also just did the AirDrop. So and first cash flow improvement protocols are done. Going through. So it's kind of like fully live. We've also the cloud token we can that's trading and so and LP program and all that kind of stuff. So go to swap exchange and you can start there. So with that, let's go to our episode. So it's really great to have on Crescent Adrian. I've known both I've known Adrian for a long time. So this was like in, I guess, early 2017, somewhere 2017. That's true. Yeah, when I was working at cosmos or a ten minute and then Adrian joined soon after and it was and then of course Chris also kind of, I guess, Chris sort of joined ten I think when I was sort of leaving to start course, but still, you know, it's still working in the cosmos ecosystem. And of course Chris came and did a lot of work on IBC and a bunch of other stuff. So yeah, when then, of course, they also started I guess in parallel they started evaluating company called cryptum that then of course one, we kind of took over as they discontinued that and to focus on anoma. Which is an ambitious and large sort of attempt at reinventing proof of stake network. So super excited to have you both on. Thanks so much for joining us. Glad to be here. Boy, when you say it like this, and I'm on course one sound like some kind of complicated family history. Right. Yeah, there's some enmeshment going on, but maybe you can spend like, I don't know where we should start. I think history and background is maybe going a bit too far. I mean, maybe we can just start with like a noma. Like what was sort of the impetus that you both decided, okay, you want to start your own proof of stake blockchain. Yeah, I guess I can take this. Maybe to quickly give you a one sentence explanation of what I know is, right? Because it's not just yet another proof of stake chain. Really high level, you can think of a normal security protocol to privacy preserve and human coordination with as much information density as possible. We can dive more into this, what this means specifically throughout this episode. But this is sort of initial statement. Yeah, the idea for no actually came out of I think it was middle of 2020. When our Chris and I sat down, I think in Berlin, we had a lot of these smart contract platforms and it really wasn't clear. I think to me, it's still not super clear what we should be using all these platforms for, because practically speaking with some contracts written by 200 people, and we all claim that thousands of smart contracts with my tens of thousands of developers, but practically speaking, the set is very small. And we didn't want to build yet another smart contract platform. And to us what important is to one be privacy preserving. So provide universal privacy to any asset, really. And to provide as much privacy as possible when users interact with these systems, and when users also discover parties. So when they coordinate with other people using the same platform, and also to allow end users to really focus more on human coordination where how do you discover counterparties with whom you can settle,.

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"anoma" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:48 min | 8 months ago

"anoma" Discussed on WCPT 820

"In particular Fly burger I go now through the headphones okay Have I mentioned that I will die angry over 2016 but I also I'm not sure ever going to forgive these anti vaxxers I don't care I mean most are on the right and are trumpers But this is even in LA right I mean I have a friend that I'm spoken to in ages because I'm too angry I'm too angry over where we are two years in to the spent because of anti vax We have 34,000 LA students have not complied with vaccine mandate In the unified there's no longer enough time for students who have not gotten their first shot to be full of vaccinated by the January 10th start of the second semester Students who are not fully vast or exempt will be forced into this the independent study programmer will have to leave the LA public school system There is no indication that LA unified is backing down Good The compliance the compliance rate is 85% I know that sounds like a lot of kids right But the compliance rate so far is so 500 LA school district employees have lost their jobs for failing to meet the COVID vaccine requirement But that number is let fewer than 1% of the 73,000 employees So Frances you have a kid obviously here in LA I say you can not back down Vaccines are saving lives And we are now at a delta surge met by anoma Khan variant Exactly Exactly With all Macron out here everybody needs to be vaccinated And beliefs are not vaccinations Beliefs do not protect you Right Right But I you know if we didn't have stories like this White House braces for legal and political showdown over vaccine mandates If we could just pull together but I mean I have to read another headline this morning the deaths and cases deaths hospitalizations are all up We're in another I mean it's just And here I don't know about you I'm sharing what one nerve for two years now Two years and go for the lockdown And here we are before the holidays again People say don't travel no parties Right I'm gonna snap on Yes Let me tell you something It texted me this morning It didn't even pack a bag It currently had had a go band None of us were aware of now It's ditched itself phone I can't define my phone's not working I think it's I think it makes its own death And you know listen I don't know if you've been paying attention but I've had a rat apocalypse going on here and I was this close to the fra Angela spider strategy I'm just gonna burn the house down and leave and just never come back until I had brats in my house And I think I don't know I think they're gone.

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"anoma" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"anoma" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Don't wanna be that guy even though i'm being that guy right now i know it by rich every time you watch a penn state came you think keegan michael key. Every time you see james franklin like every time i see is that right know keegan. Michael key brings me joy. well franklin is just. I forgot who i mean. Pence brings me joy. So that's why. I think i i again i i know were you hoping that he was fired in the middle of that game though no never okay. It's always one this weekend. Right penn state and florida state rice. Okay didn't play so I god. I didn't play ridiculous. One hundred sixty d one teams is like i'll tell you the syracuse orange lonzo man. One anoma john in chicago. We'll take your call here. You're you're on the richeisenshow. what's up. John no i you tell you thanks call. What's on your mind. john. Johnny this q-quick again relevant. I mean calm greedy fan but that also he's fan your show and michigan state spark all good some moocher's to his always too. I love michigan state. Spartans we can get along. It's just one week we can. It's okay okay. I had mentioned this thing about being a breeding fan because in the vida to the super bowl during the playoff run. I was just amusing myself. I have kind of car time job. And i was amusing myself by going on twitter and defending brady against all of this some of the rational some of the totally irrational and the answer. All i actually got a heart for results one but any of that Going through all of these tweets I stop in and jump ahead for second. This is about aaron rodgers and the and that last play that aaron had just No i'm doing to ali's tweets. And i'm just picking up here and there are people saying yeah but ends known to choke ahrends choke under pressure. Just two three people and I've never heard that before and another person said you know me regular season quarterback but can't trust in the playoffs with the big with the big moment. Well i don't understand so so just just bring it full circle. What what what did you say like. What's the point to point. Do you think that when he was when he was nine allowed. Just take the baugh. That's worth just that that. If if that were me that would've devastated me of course and thanks for the call. I appreciate it of course. Of course of course nuts again. The the relationship that needed to be repaired again. That's the part of the aaron rodgers. Season that we can't. I can't wait to see what happens when that adversity hits. He'll handle it. Anybody who says aaron rodgers is a choker is out of their minds out of their minds. He won the big game to get into the super bowl one time he did other times not and we could go back and forth about some of those games. The one in seattle all you gotta do is have the proper hands team on there for an onside kick in that thing as a rap we can go on and on and on and on he does have his fingerprints on some of those losses. Of course he does. Even last year's even last year's when the bucks were being stopped in the second half offensively they could not put points on the board until the very end and then they wound up too many yards and points shy and part of the yards. Being shy is placed on coach for taking him off the field on fourth and forever on fourth down. And that's now forever. That's what i mean by fourth forever. So i can't wait can't wait what happens. Will rogers have more of a leash. I hope so won't be fun. The twenty twenty one story of rogers being on a longer if you will leash as if he needs to be on one at all right. That is gonna be incredible unleashed rush to see it all happen. But that's part of the season long arc. No question about we have the ninth overall selection. Tonight's fantasy draft. Chris what are we going to do. We're going to go running back. I okay and we're going to go hope you are league so you know mccaffrey is going to be gone. Half point mccaffrey. We'll go for. Mccaffrey will be gone. Cooks john cook will be gone. Henry henry should be your top. Four coin will probably be gone in that top. That's fine when that five. So there's that we're now four more to go. Somebody's gonna take receiver different notes and we'll take another run about chelsea could go first round calc- mike go first because it's a pr. I'm telling you if it's a choice between chubb jonathan taylor and nazaire najji harris. That seems about what. You're probably gonna end cisco nauseous. Let's go with the right love the rookie. And i think he's gonna be great i you. We can't leave trump on the board. If he's sitting there the problem. I have with nick saban. I love him means. He's going to miss three to four weeks at some point. Well yes and or he's gonna lose out on some third down catches to kareem hunt here. That's your problem there. Kareem hunt is way too good did not is gonna is gonna take something comes up with his one hundred and twenty one hundred thirty are games anyway. I know barich were missing out on those four extra point. You want to take jonathan taylor. They want they wanna take taylor or i want to take nausea hair. Here's what. I'm nervous about taylor. Don't be nervous about taylor. Here's what i'm nervous about. You know me with jonathan man. Love ya man love I don't. I told him to his face over the phone. Sounds like a del. Tufo thing by On the couch with a lot. What happens when whence is either hurt or pops. Because he's a close contact agreed with the nets we got vaccinated. I'm serious and then all of a sudden all of a sudden jacobson's in a game and jonathan taylor gets nothing because there's a nineteen men in the box next wenches unreliable whence wenches the unreliable part of that offense in many different ways every philadelphia eagle family tell you that's what concerns me about him. I'll be honest arts looking at top two hundred west nine. jonathan taylor. Eighth is kelsey. tent is devante atoms. Ten teams in asleep..

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"anoma" Discussed on The Future of X

The Future of X

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"anoma" Discussed on The Future of X

"Animal rights activism heated up in the nineteen sixties and. It remains a hot topic when it comes to food ethics but questions about how livestock are treated and slaughtered have been around since the beginning of time. So do we ever have the right to take an animal's life. I actually cringe every time. I hear someone says. What's the protein choice for today. You mean what animal are. We going to kill an today. That's nasr dory executive director of the national family farm coalition. Our food system has led us down this really ugly dark alley where we don't care if the pigs are terrified entering Slaughterhouse and treated in such ways when they're alive that we wouldn't want any living being to be treated niyada's far from alone scholars like andrew signal. Tackle the issue in the classroom. He's a professor of philosophy and religion at princeton. an editor of the book. Philosophy comes to dinner arguments about the ethics of eating andrew identifies as a flexible vegan. It was the ethical treatment of animals that led him to believe he could be happy eating meat on occasion. I tend to be mostly vegan or plant forward. As i said but i've even encountered farms up in new jersey where the animals are treated better than i have ever seen. No the bulls do have the summer of love followed by a one very bad day at the slaughterhouse. But you know we all have won at least one very bad day facing us at the end of our lives so i can't we all eat. Animals that are treated humanely simply put. It is expensive. Happy cows and pigs cost more than factory farm meat. Not everyone can afford to consider ethics when it comes to filling their shopping carts or their plates. This has ethical implications if we are having some limitations based on where we live our zip code. Color of our skin are income level. Our class right there were hitting at the heart of what is unethical

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"anoma" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"anoma" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ah, quick question for you so Been kind of babyish for about the Newman program for about a year, but about six months ago, back in May that really motivated I want my mom passed in May. Well about 20,000 paid off Anoma to know 62,000 paid off out of 100,000 Way to go. So my $30,000 no Camaro. I've bought her Truck that she had to take the painting over. That was only about $5000. So I took something over that conniving little Mementos slash I'll pay off that at the same time. So my question is have about 7500 on the truck side to pay to get it shipped here from Colorado about 4600 left on my wife's car. I get a maid about $3000 profit off tomorrow may and put about $5700 down this year. At the end of the year. I can have my carport paid for the shipping fee paid for Almost her car and her car would pay off in February that things that we all have. So we only have 26,000 left to pay on her student loans. Good. However, we just feel like we're almost there last month. Smile, um To the notice of my email that we do not have to make a payment until January, 21. So my question would be. Should I save up 26,000 as a new emergency fund during this next year? I want when I will give them tents for just one more year. Um, you're here inside of the finish line to run. Your side of things. Don't change this up. Just tear into that thing, man. Every dollar you can get. Keep the wonder that it's the last step. You get the last mile of a marathon. Don't quit now. Okay and actually think about it, right? You're not getting the interest this month. So why would you wanna wait and attacking when the interest is back on? Knock it out. Now It's going to save you money in the long run. S o. I love the fact that you're thinking future but you're hurting your future by not attacking the in your present. Okay, so attacking men like Dave said. Go after it. Now, let's understand he's paid ahead, so they are still charging interest..

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Lee Baucom: Thrive...No Matter What

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

08:51 min | 3 years ago

Lee Baucom: Thrive...No Matter What

"Surviving simply isn't enough. We should be thriving now. Lee Bow Gum is an expert in thriving no matter her. What life throws your way? He helps people to thrive in their relationships than their lives lease. The host of three podcasts. Were all addicted to podcasting according to to mice to enter chair. Three he is you. GotTa you gotTa start. Achieving some level of six seven eight hot get out of the three. That Lee hosts right now. The thrive algae podcasts. The Save Save the marriage podcast. I found that a little too late and the and the man of significance. PODCAST if you're listening now in November of two thousand nineteen on this Show Man of significance. PODCAST will be launching in the end of this year the beginning of Of Two thousand twenty. He's also the author of seven books and works with people around the world to find their meaning meaning in their purpose and to make there impact in the world. Hold on tight if you want to better understand. Relationships had to have a better marriage more significance in your life how to avoid veer how to thrive. I had an opportunity to learn from and with Lee while attending the new media summit and I love his approach not only business but especially as approach to life Lee. Welcome to the Nice guys on business podcast. Oh Man Doug I'm happy to be here. Thanks for having me I love having you here Lee. And you're one of those guys that just stood out in the crowd because You know one of the things we talked about in I don't know if we talked about this a new media summit but we did talk about this recently in our prerecording conversation was that people people oftentimes have this. This fear that that difficulty is Is it means you're on the wrong path and I wanNA share not only a little. It'll be your story but I wanNA talk about that as we get into it because those that are listening I want them to just jump in right now. We all are facing these difficult times. When it comes to running a business thriving in our business and kind of moving to that next step and sometimes we feel like difficulty means that? We're going down the wrong way. So why don't you share a little bit of your pass and talk about this difficulty. Means you're not necessarily on walk past. Yeah so part of my story of entrepreneurship is I didn't actually realize that was what was for years. I just knew I made a really bad employee. Impact Vaca at a at a number of Review Tom's when I would walk in and Annan you the person who was the director out. I was trained as a therapist. But what had already done a number of businesses really since I was a teenager a was a Now this secret there doug but Abbas yes we won't tell anyone right air show so all of the magician when I was a teenager so Gidon yeah in the in. The nerdy. Ranks I was right there. but I was a magician who made some pretty decent money when I was a teenager because I did parties all the time and I didn't ever really think that I was you know in business I just I was doing agile shows and getting paid for it and so even when I look back you know I I I did that. I helped run a clothing store when the owner was burned earned out and Pretty much everything from ordering the stuff to a taking care of other people on staff and I was a teenager at that point and then I did the same thing with a restaurant. The owner was burned out and I ran a restaurant or helped run the restaurant and and what I realize long ways I really didn't like being told what to do so that kind of extended into my life as trained as a therapist and yet I worked in an agency which brings us to that point when I would walk into the the job review annual review and say hey anoma really bad employees You can get rid of me. I'm you know I'm happy. Go somewhere else if you want. And what they basically they did And and where I kind of made my way is when they let me do what I thought was best and so they stuck me in satellite office and let me run that program and it became really the only thing that kept that Senator in Business I was kind of a cash cow for a long time. And so along the way I right realize at some point. This is a realization that I think we all realize that at some point. We're no matter what we're doing if we're professionals we're an hourly employee employees. I mean as a therapist I can only see so many clients. I can only do so much and so at one point I Decided to start a business on the side which was no surprise? I don't think that my wife but this was a bigger gamble than I thought so. Here I was trying as a therapist to figure out how to make an extra income stream came from a family We were. I've been Grad School for forever I was talking with someone the other day. And I said I was in Grad School for as low from college to the into Grad School. As long as I was from kindergarten to the end of highschool well professional student way to go with it was a long time and along the way you know. You ever see the forty year old virgin. Did you ever think. Fortunately fortunately for me I had to work along the way that was the the thing about Being trained as therapist you. You can't just do school. You GotTa go do some real training and so I actually was working for a good stint of that time other than college I really was working the whole time on the side but that was when I realized I'm like you know this this hourly thing I mean I can only go so far and so I tried to create this business snus and it crashed and burned and I figured out why it crashed and burned but it was a painful event for me because while I was trying to build something from my family would I ended up doing is putting us way deeper in debt I'd already had kind of a stunted professional life because while I was working I was also going to school and so I couldn't really go full force and so suddenly we were extra in debt With a business loan that had a rough Payback payback. And I refuse to do bankruptcy. I just I was like I did this. I'M GONNA take it on and I'm going to finish it and learn some very important lessons along along the way about what happens when you try to start a business that's not in your place of purpose or meaning And incredibly painful event and then A stayed away for a while but I wrote a book and I thought well. I'll just write this book and be an author and along the way This was back in nineteen ninety on at a friend who said Hey Who's going to publish that for yesterday? At I'll figure it out when I finish it. He said well while you're trying to figure that out. Watch making an e Book Doc Now e Book Nineteen Ninety Nine like what's Abbott. Nobody knew that Renault not a wasn't a ninety nine cent you know thing that Amazon had done at that point and so what I really didn't realize as I was getting into informational marketing world and I didn't really realize that even after I had a website up and I was selling the book and it was getting to be more or more successful and sigh. Finally one day out I was like an. I'm one of those Internet marketing gas And so Yup had to revamp what I understood about myself. I just I kind of stumbled from Osh preneurs shipped entrepreneurship and finally one day went. Oh that's the problem. I'm an entrepreneur. That's the personality pieces that I had missed along the way But what I realized I like to do was to help people have better lives. I mean if if there's much ship of that it's really about how do you help people so tail end of my graduate school literally sitting at a desk surrounded with my two little kids. who were toddling around me with stacks of Books Everywhere Writing My dissertation and I turn to my wife and I said Hey? I just read this article about this coaching thing. This was Nineteen Ah Eighty six. I think and said That's what I do and she said wait. You've done a lot of schooling to be a therapist and now you're telling me you WANNA be a coach and I said well it's Kinda how I do therapy. And so that launched me into the world of coaching added coach. Training literally had not even turn in my dissertation and I started a coach training program and took that into My clinical life and so along the way figured out that was a coach and entrepreneur an informational marketer. A writer now podcast all that stuff just kind of fit into the place of how do you help people people get to a place where life has more meaning for you. So how's that for now. That's really cool and I appreciate you you sharing all of that because again Nice Guy Community is you're checking this out. Just think. Think about your particular place in life in the journey that you have taken especially as an entrepreneur. It's it really is a matter of just. You're never going to focus on an entrepreneur entrepreneur. I think our goal We always think is to get from point eight to point Z.. And do it as profitably as we possibly can not realizing oftentimes along the way. There's a bunch of what we think at the time maybe setbacks but they're really opportunities for learning and growth

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"anoma" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"anoma" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"In the television booth. On the day after his birthday cake will be on the radio. Dave lemming will be back from his assignment. Pedro. Byas. Who has been the dodgers tap? Setup reliever in front of the closer kenley Jansen this year comes on here in the seven inning. Buster Posey lead off against him by, as hard throwing right handed, but he starts with a Kurd ball in there for a coal strike. Ferguson went one inning gave up one run one hit with one hit batch, man. Buster swing a soaring Papa foul. The third base side, Martin and Turner, go after it is turn the third base when he takes charge and grabs it one away. Posy is over three and over seven so far. In this series. He should three pop flies to the view. Those are the only three balls of these gotten out of the seven advance. Remember after this half inning. It will be the seventy stretch. Sponsored by dignity health. Hello. Human kindness. The batter now Evan longoria who's flied to shallow center and struck out. Right. Header against right hander. Seventy-two dodgers longoria takes a fastball. I beg your pardon. That was a slider with too high ball one. This is the lucky seven inning of James player hits a home run of this happening. Aaron Davis Anoma will win a VIP stay and play package at the grand Sierra resort and casino in Reno..

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"anoma" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"anoma" Discussed on Q95

"This is Bob and Tom extra. With us in the studio or the legend himself. It's Josh Arnold. Thanks. Comedian DJ dangle. Yes, that's his real name. We always you always DJ. Or did you go by whatever your real name? My real name is DJ. That's all I've ever had doesn't stand for something. Truth Justice and the. A little hostile full name. It's just it's been my youngest six kids when I was born my parents all this forehead. And they were like that idiot can't handle avowal. David J James show. You my license if you're laying outlines. Hey. Okay, whatever. Yeah. I just got my license. Got your license. Congratulations. You've been driving all the storm with the star on it. So you can fly next year. Yeah. Yeah. It was hard to prove. I was an American. Above the law. Sometimes they're going to have to ask you to prove. You're an American even though you have a golden retriever and nice German cars. Okay. Well, we do have Christie Lee at the bottom news desk. What else is happening? Thirties in North Carolina are saying part of a giant hammer that was stolen last year has been returned. Christ to the press democrat. Now, you're the one making the cynical. According to the press democrat, Santa Rosa, attorney Isaac Schweiger told hells Berg police Thursday that someone had left the hammerhead portion on us Anoma county property owned by client hammerhead, which disappeared last October weighs more than two hundred pounds in his six feet tall. So somebody Deva trailer. They're not carrying that around. First of all why they make it and be why did they steal foot long? Redwood handle is yet to be returned the artwork by Doug. Is valued at fifteen thousand dollars in the entire piece weighed about eight hundred pounds man can do.

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Town trapped by flood waters after river overflows

Mark Levin

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

Town trapped by flood waters after river overflows

"To northern California towns cut off after a river overflowed its banks after days. As of heavy rain expected to be accessible again by tomorrow. Flood waters turned gern Ville in Monterey to island and inundated. Other communities north of San Francisco, this Anoma county sheriff says there are no reports in deaths or injuries, but three women needed to be rescued two or on a boat without panels one had to be rescued from a tree after driving into

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"anoma" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"anoma" Discussed on College Football Live

"No sleep until national signing day is over we'll get to national signing day in just a bit. But there is some news this afternoon as e AVI Anoma linebacker out of the university of Alabama has entered the transfer portal Anoma was on the SEC freshman list. He was also these star of last year Steininger day. So let's start with you. It's not like this guy didn't play he played in all twelve green games. Granted he didn't start. So what does this say about the players nowadays and the rush to want to transfer compete? It's not going to be easy. Don't just show up on campus and think that it's all going to be rainbows and unicorns. Listen Yabe Noma was d- premier pass rusher in last year's class. He is a physically town. Did young man. You know, why he didn't play very much as a true freshman because he wasn't ready coaches have to be able to trust that you can handle all the other things that have nothing to do with physical ability in quite frankly Yabe wasn't there yet. That's not an indictment on him. That's not a negative appraisal of his ability level. He needs to just hang in there. You're out of place. Trevor that's developing NFL caliber prospects and after one season where you did play some you up and just enter the transfer portal. I'd be pulling my hair out if I was called coaches across the country, particularly here, Nick, saving, Tom, and I can see it with quarterbacks because there's only one position you see the roster stacked ahead of you. When somebody else beat you out. You might not get on the field except for mop up time, but other positions there's all kinds of opportunity to play. Even if you don't start on the office of line, if there's a left tackle, you could move inside or move to the other side on the defensive line. You'll have six to eight guys rotate in and the top backups. We'll play almost. As many snaps as the starters same way with linebackers. There's all kinds of ways you can get onto the field when you're ready. And so from his quarterback standpoint, I think it's a different discussion a linebacker leaving to me that is inexplicable. And he's got a tremendous future. I think really there's two things wrong with transfer portal right now number one it needs to have a time limit on it. They can't just float out there for as long as they want and test the waters and number two. I'm going to tell you what's going to happen kids, if you decide to transfer you'd better have a place to go because college coaches are gonna tell you your scholarship will not be renewed. If you enter the transfer portal, so think long and hard about the decision you choose to make for the next four to five years. Okay. It's time you brought up the idea of there should be some kind of time limit for the transport. So if you work going to make the rules, what is that time? Limit. I think is be somewhere between forty eight seventy two hours with a kid has an opportunity to test the waters figure out what his market value is if he has one, but we're allowing these kids to go into this transfer portal and just linger..

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"anoma" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"anoma" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The. Cried passion than patterns re of college football leaves. Here is Paul finebaum show our one pint cast. We welcome. You never day. So glad you are here on this Tuesday afternoon. Glad to have all aboard. And let's go because we have much to do for the next couple of hours. Let's start with the vol's looking to spoil conju. Martin's return to rocky top. Remember, he was Tennessee. Kosher. A couple years his final season took the Volve to a Sweet Sixteen and then some contract issues caused him to say, you know, what I'm heading west to Cal. He's back as the Missouri coach, and I have a feeling he'll be welcome. Pretty warmly. All just feels remember him. Once the wonder who's going to save Georgia. Well that didn't work out. He may be close to heading. He's going. He is heading the house state, maybe close to being eligible. Speaking of the Porto who wants to be in the portal Yabe Anoma has said, you know, what I have it out. I'm very long, and I'm not going to be here much longer. He was one of the stars of the recruiting class a year ago. He's apparently saying what? I could go elsewhere Bruce Feldman thinks he knows where. In on this date in history. It has February fifth Reader's Digest as founded that's still around by the way in nineteen twenty two Henry, Aaron great one of the great baseball players of all time born in thirty four in mobile, Alabama. Fifty two I don't walk signs installed. Seventy-one? Apollo fourteen lands on the moon and the question I've been getting all day are any finebaum callers. Celebrating birthday today. Jim from Tuscaloosa most compelling, Colin is shell. Yes. We have a couple of cards on our deck here to which people. Happy birthday. Listen, I I am not one that likes to get involved in all the birthday stuff. The guys in the booth seemed like they were they were really into it. Nanny in in Mark. Birthdays rent to be celebrated if anybody's birthday if it's anybody's birthday at there. Just let us know. We'd be having to celebrate. If it's not your birthday, and you know of another caller to the show who it is birthday. Let us know that as well. Yeah. Celebrate today. Paul, right. Seems like a good day to celebrate its positive Mark today. Oh my goodness. Big show on big show on today. Here today, even more than usual. Jim.

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"anoma" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"anoma" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Right. Like everything else. And we have to find the middle ground. May I've talked to so many people in the quote unquote, analysts community about. This because I've had those same conversations. Oh, great. It's wonderful. We love no one on television. People. Don't want to feel like their math climb. Right. Make it presentable for TV. Great question shale and thanks for sending that one in. This one comes to us from Steve nests, Trent Frederick. Yeah. Had a huge fight in h game. Fielding was. Parasol with Frederick content of what's the piece of Frederick I willing to go the kits. Go to post in Frederick. Two. Who sneak a treaty? What stands out to you as some of your most memorable NHL debuts? Roof. I got one. Okay. And I've I've always had a question about it too. I don't know the year. And I hope I'm getting the players that got the assists. Correct. Daniel Winnick his NHL debut with the coyotes scored a goal. And it was assisted by two players that were also making their NHL debuts one of them was Martin hanzel. And the other and Anoma gonna get audited on Twitter instantly when this podcast goes up. I think was Craig Weller. I'm not sure so they all got their first points on the same goal in their first game. And my question is who gets the puck the guy who scores guy who scores getting it for sure you're not carbon that puck up and everyone gets a third could do this hockey after all that's more unselfish, look that would be my most memorable debut three guys all involved in their first goal on their very first game at the same time. I don't know how anyone could argue with awesome Matthews. Oh, the four against Ottawa. Opens the story. Before. This back to posted. But fat foods and the is littered with hats. Goodness. Do believe this..

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Scott Dixon adds 5th IndyCar championship to resume

America's Truckin' Network

00:21 sec | 4 years ago

Scott Dixon adds 5th IndyCar championship to resume

"Scott Dixon concluded and outstanding season marked by uncanny consistency and a better wlac when he needed it capturing his fifth career Indy-Car series championships Sunday in the season, ending grand Prius, Anoma Dixon, wound up second in the race. But becomes only the second driver to capture five Indy-Car. Championships. And the first to do it in fifty one

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Tens of thousands anti-Brexit protesters march in London, demand new vote

That Business Show

01:26 min | 4 years ago

Tens of thousands anti-Brexit protesters march in London, demand new vote

"Leaders gathered us most powerful members germany and france and some of the frontier countries bearing the brunt of new migrants arrivals including italy and greece german chancellor angela merkel has been challenged by own interior minister to get a deal on tougher immigration rules they smuts will face a challenge to her leadership while italy's new antiimmigrant interior minister recently turned away a ship carrying hundreds of people who've been rescued from the mediterranean sea in london simon in folks news thousands hitting the streets of london saturday in a pro european union rally on the second anniversary of the brexit vote since departure from the eu continues to be a divisive today as it was two years ago there was also appropriate counter protests in london sun breaks it supporters are also not happy about the progress of negotiations with the eu and pressuring the government not to compromise fox's kitty logan in london nascar cup series back after father's day break hitting a road course today getting ready to go left as well as right for racing it's anoma in the toyota save mart three fifty one or two annual road course races that it becomes tradition in the cup series but also proved difficult for the most consistent of drivers kyle larson admitting that the extra turns can get the better of him seven i struggle eleven i struggle clinton china to teach me little throttle control back they're pointing out quick boyer their larson looking for a win at his home track today's race it's anoma will also mark the return of trevor bayne behind the wheel the.

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