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Interview With AI Pioneer and Startup Advisor Steve Ardire

The VoiceFirst Roundtable

08:07 min | 6 months ago

Interview With AI Pioneer and Startup Advisor Steve Ardire

"A little bit about me if you WANNA give me A. I can give you a quick capsule and what. I do so so I've been Advising startups for twenty five years the last seven squarely in the a I think in multiple areas everything from Enterprise Ai I've kind of moved up the stack from you know you know the plumbing side of things up to applications in different spaces in the healthcare space in in hr and then tackled entertainment. So Ho- sprinkling of verticals and And I typically lock onto early stage a soccer startup so I have an affinity for underappreciated underestimated underdog startups where I can come in and give a turnkey the Liverpool which is rare for advisors. I can come in and help shape. Their business strategy product market fit put together their pitch get it funded so these are typically anywhere from some crazy but typically see seed stage from one to three million funding and then get to the fun part which is a operationalizing the tactical execution. Which is going to market. You know for a customer engagement and partnerships very cool. So you're you're a busy man very busy and you know typically it's interesting You know I should have done this earlier in my career but About four years ago many actually five years ago I decided my wife has horses. She has a stable of horses less now so I decided to put together a stable over a startup parts. My Palm Acros. You know Anywhere from six to eight and some of them will more intense gigs on the ones. We're just you know you know maybe four to eight hours a month and And it was interesting because I mean that's really how the play the game It's a numbers game. And you know you want horses that you know are GonNa win place or show and that's the way it is. I mean no matter how you slice it nine hundred ten Safra Safra startups. Whether they're a are not Fail to numerous reasons so so I mean you try to get a little more discerning and with the experience picking the right horses but space on. I mean it's the toughest one because You're not quite there. You may have some. You know early adopter. Traction you've gotta get you know to a Commercial Bible product. It's difficult but the good news is that today with the open source cloud services The whole cost of standing up software startups. It'd be have a compelling application You know that's kind of you know outside the gun side of the big players. And you can. You can feel it. You know you can feel your Deployment Pretty Pretty smartly. You have a much better chance so my new mantra That is even recalibrated. Is I think for a lot of startups especially in the price of space using conversational. Ai and I'll give you an example. One that I'm doing as As they co-ceo co-founder you have a great chance to do with no more than five million funding. You know get to five million in sales and you've kind of twenty five million you know exit strategy the executes more excellent so And I like the The the horse metal. I'M GONNA continue to go with that so go go at that. Yeah Yeah with your You've interacted with a lot of companies. And you know you talked about how you know you sort of continued to sharpen your own framework for how you evaluate them and think about them you know with what are some of the criteria that may be makes you think One start another is a secretary rather than a like another Mr Ed. Yeah so the number one criteria is is your team in fact V. CS put awaiting of seventy percent criteria on your team. Now the interesting thing about it is you know outside in rural areas. Like where you are. When you're not really rural but off the beaten path you know the big cities right where you have the preponderance I don't really get a lot of funding from I think the Silicon Valley Bloom is off the roads And there's a lot of fly over country areas You know wherever you have a university or it doesn't you know you've got a viable Ecosystem the springboard and But the key thing is recruiting the right team and I'll give you a tangible example rather than talking in the abstract so we're The timing I think is propitious. But we're standing up a pallet behavioral health offers a service called signal action a dot com and It's all targeted for a health care and human services for good now. Now we didn't really you know we have this thing going a few months ago before the club in nineteen but the feedback and the timing couldn't be better. Because you know the problems that are GONNA BE MANIFEST. So we're targeting substance use and abuse opioid addiction and then the other bucket is the mental health. Depression suicide for most people don't realize the enormity of the problem the economic impact of addiction and mental illness. You know globalise. Nearly trillion dollars a year two hundred people a day die from the audit diction One in five adults experience mental illness and mental health issues. And it's going to increase now because of the pandemic issues right. So that's GonNa bump up illit is it often includes children higher. I didn't believe this. The district one in six youth Eight sixteen seventeen is mental disorder. Depression now will be leading cause of disability. What we're trying to do is Is Address Through behavioral Using machine intelligence To help us overcome obstacle you know to leading the healthier happier less so conversational interface like do voice on and so forth is just one ingredient of that a new need the other ingredients that were Inner leading into the into the into the product mix that that happened to a patient behavioral pattern recognition empathy bidirectional patient interaction. The ability do a glean real time by the fine detection. You know have a semantic patient modeling component and then you know the the metrics on the trend analysis. You're importing so we're just in the early stages of standing up a proof of concept in May and and and then deploy and so the is after that get deployed an MVP worth earlier doctors. You know targeting rural hospitals and clinics because those are the underserved markets and we have a killer team so comes back to the team Very Lane as far as you know. The CO founders. But we have a really impressive list of advisors in in healthcare in in In patient experience In you know design strategy. So we're feeling pretty good about

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No interest in sports? Philo is the streaming service for you.

Talking Tech

04:33 min | 7 months ago

No interest in sports? Philo is the streaming service for you.

"Turbo tax. All people are tax people so I here in San Francisco this week and I just did a piece on streaming streaming channels the US cable streaming alternatives. I forgot to mention one of them. FILO DOT TV. He said. Get Your Butt over here. You know. You're in San Francisco. You want to tell you all about it. Andrew mccullum is the CEO Co founder and interesting pitch. It's twenty dollars a month away cheaper than everybody else. Don't have the broadcast networks. Have a lot of your favorite cable. Networks tell everybody under about FILO DOT TV. Yeah the idea behind Filo blue is really that knows that. TV has been getting more expensive. A lot of the cost of television. The typical cable package goes to sports. Tim Broadcast Networks. That's the lion share of the cost and it's actually the lion share of the price increase over time as well so a lot of the typical. It'll cable TV. Consumer Year after year is paying more and more sports and broadcast content. If that's not what you want from your TV experience than you are stuck doc. Paying more and more for stuff that you don't care about and you don't watch that's really a lot of how we approached the content mix with Filo is to say there's a lot. The people who sports broadcast networks aren't the main thing they're looking to get or they're getting broadcast networks over the air you know. Can we give them an alternative where they can get really deep selection of entertainment lifestyle. Knowledge focused networks cable networks at a much lower price. That's how we can bring the price down to just twenty dollars a month. The people a taste of what some of the networks that you have. Yeah so you know things like Any AMC Discovery Channel Comedy Central Food Network HDTV ATV basically any non sports cable channel. And you can think of. There's a very good chance that we carry it missing the news networks. You correct me if I'm wrong. Don't don't non-sports nine news. We do have a couple of news networks but generally also the major cable news networks. Go with the sports networks. So why don't you have the news. Networks this consumer over here. That's basically all I want to say. I can live without most networks but I'd like to have the news networks there. Yeah it's funny. I mean I think that this is an area that could change. I think we're interested in seeing how we could offer news. But typically the news networks are owned by the same programmers grammars that owned The sports channels and they won't license them separately so if you wanted to offer in some of you know some of the news networks like NBC News We'd have to offer an MSNBC We'd have to offer all of the other comcast's NBC networks. which would drive up the cost significantly But I think there are some solutions. That could get us there. I think some people want news but interestingly we also hear a lot of people who say they're happy to not have news in the package. They sort of want to be prevented from their own sort of choices around watching the news content and they're happy to not have it in the lineup streaming streaming wars. How they affecting you everything that's been going on for the last year? Well let me answer that. But I'd like to get back to your point about all the cart as as well but I think that all the stuff around the streaming wars we've you at a super positive that it will be a big boon to what we're doing because you know all these new services that are coming to market Disney plus peacock. Hbo Max generally the way you get. These services is by using roku fire TV apple TV android TV these connected. TV devices which is where our service runs and we don't actually carry content from Disney NBC warner etc.. So they're actually really great. Add Ons to to Filo where you're not duplicating anything. And it's a way to get access to these libraries of content from other programmers for people who subscribe Filo Dot TV correct to the website. Our website is filed combat. We also have filed dot TV. That works just just as well. It's one less character type. Either one will get you to the same place and you can subscribe download the APP or you can download our APP we have on Android a Iowa etc.. I already mentioned. It's really easy to try file allow. I said it's literally under ten seconds to go to the website type in your phone number and once we confirm it. You're in the product you can start watching content right away. Andrew mccollum FILO DOT COM

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"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

02:31 min | 9 months ago

"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

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"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

"We were no one went full time for like two years. We are all L. Working Regular J. O.. B.'s than working. Well we didn't sleep. You know working a normal forty some company and then working eighty you know trying to get the business going in you know. That doesn't leave a lot of time for her. She time so he just learned to live without sleep and so that's part bootstrap and to sometimes it's gotta go that way. But so awesome stuff to sixteen thousand streamers. What are you primarily? Think then are you. What's your main category? The folks that are using the servants is there specific gamers or you have people that just doing hangouts tapes up. What is the what's kind of the spread? So it's definitely changed changed dramatically over time at the beginning it was almost entirely Marketing folks like entrepreneurs that were that had some basically do it. We talked about four build their own brand and live streaming was a big part of it. So they'd have either. Maybe they had a coaching program or an actual physical product or they were a lawyer that was trying to get more more clients by doing. Ah anyone that was interested in doing content marketing his live streaming. I think it's just a particularly easy way to to do content marketing. especially if you know what you're talking about like if you if you just have a business in you're familiar with the business. It's pretty easy to just flip on the camera and start making interesting interesting content so it was almost entirely those folks at the bottom and then youtube slowly started building up and then got everyone so now it's like the sasquatch adventures and Malt Liquor. The Best Malt liquor is like just anything right. It's just the so but there's sort of a division others that there's still a very heavy component of the marketing folks and then it might even be bigger bigger now. The the the Youtube folks are people that just have a an interest. Whether that's like oh I do shows about toy figures this is everything like from you. Name it there's someone doing a show on wittstrom yards pretty cool. That's nice.

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"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

"Yeah it's really cool. It's about people that sort of have taken a a side side project and are now transforming into business and almost everyone there is his bootstrapped. Yeah I would I would definitely I would definitely recommend especially for accessorized. How many people were there? I go round they. They go the the venture capital rap. I think definitely for starting for your first one definitely to me makes more sense to do with bootstrap where you really will get a good sense of business and what you need to to care about. And then maybe after you've done one of those you can add. It gives you a better perspective when you're dealing with venture through capital or investors about how you should be prioritizing things you know you always look at the way you started. Things didn't something we'll different in that way round too. If you get to a point redoing around onto business. He cannot make mistakes the second time around so did uh did you guys have. Did you do this full-time from the get-go or did you guys have J. O.. B.'s season. Then you're doing this by night. How did an Kennedy curious? I'm always curious about both suit. Strap how you pay the bill. Yes so Dan. I both had a bit of money from like like our school. Was Kinda cool as a coop program. We had so basically one term school and internship one-term internship so just working at various tech companies. We made made a bit of cash but note we never. We never had like a fulltime job. So just like we're we're going for you which I don't know if that's the best way to do I would. It might want to look before you leap. I like people. I don't know why some people say to just like Oh you gotta go for. There's nothing wrong with your job. Yeah I know we didn't do that. We just like nope. We're going for it. Yeah my team ahead full-time jobs..

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"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

01:48 min | 9 months ago

"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

"About your own brand and it's just like Google I. I running a website and I have you know sixteen thousand posted articles over there and I'm dependent upon Google to feed my show if be new listeners. Coming in and I count on those twenty to forty thousand or as high as fifty thousand search engine results coming to the website every day and you know a year and a half ago I had to wake up Paul. I wasn't paying attention a website. Page speeds sweat down. They weren't loading as fast as we want him to. And they put me in the penalty box ninety days. If I'm all the penalty box and get back on you know website traffic and Google can give and they can take away just again by tweak of a log rhythm and then you spend months trying to figure out what they've done so I think that it goes back to again business ideas business change business priorities and you know companies make companies have to survive in and put dollars in the bank but boy oh boy it can be scary content greater out here these days but happen to youtube books are all be monetize so in d platform to you know say Oh we don't like you know more and if someone complained because you you said the F. Word or something in the u bounds they bounce them and then they want from you know lots of revenue to know revenue a new so I think you folks have kind of gotten the hint a little bit. But they're still hanging in pretty tough over there. Yeah it's IT'S I. I definitely empathize. It's gotta be hard thing being someone especially if a huge part of your income is dependent on something like youtube or something like like twitch. I'm sure it's very very scary. These random changes that can happen at any time and yeah I would encourage you to to start thinking of yourself as more than just a a youtube or just a twitch stream or think give yourself as as you and prepared. I've loved. They're awesome awesome awesome. But just just know that.

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"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

"A lot. More people using stream yard young people a dedicated gets brand ambassadors or doing. I don't even know if they're brandon. Bastards is but I know they've taken on shows are just doing nothing but talking about stream yard and features and how to use it. That's gotTa be pretty exciting free as well. Oh Yeah it's awesome and I can't thank the community around stream yard enough. It's we didn't anticipate we sort of at least me when we were first starting on stream the thought of it. It's more of just a tool and people don't care about tools care about the end result so I was sort of taken aback by how much people sort of supported us in. What we're we're doing? The tool itself and sort of having community formed around the tool in house remark self is almost considered a platform by by many people. So yeah it's it's amazing to see and I'm so thankful because that's a that's a huge part of how Brown is just people that are actively talking about streaming and introducing it to to others. Yeah in two thousand. Nine hundred was a crazy year. So at the beginning of twenty nine thousand like January first twenty nineteen. We had one hundred active broadcasters and then today we have over sixteen thousand active broadcasters so seeing that growth over a year is pretty special and pretty pretty exciting you guys ever considered white labeling being the platform yet. It's it comes now. It's coming up more frequently where I've started having companies reach out to us to sort of create like An embedded vetted experience into whatever their platform is. So it's certainly something where we're open to. We haven't started going down that road yet but it's interesting to us and it was it could potentially be connected to sort of like what you said where we offered self hosting where you can sort of take the streaming art studio and put it on your your own website so who knows. It might happen interesting because.

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"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

03:16 min | 9 months ago

"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

"It's not now but in a couple of years that seems like it'll be possible a couple of comments on facebook Steve Lee. He said we use stream mark for national podcast day in it was flawless. Nancy says I'm not Geeky at all. Hate figuring checkout but love it when it's easy and works when might wonder wonder why I'm here Hob always love listening in here and then Eileen no I am not. My Youtube Channel is not monetize. Because I didn't have that magic number borough of what ten billion hours of listening that you have to have to be Be Have A monetize channel. So I'm not one of the cool kids and largely because we do we hang out here in baseball time. Now so gauges you look to the future. I mean you know you're talking about. The browser was was really interesting to me. We do see us moving toward the world and this is something thinking about Phyllis few years now. Is this kind of this. Fife occasion that we have between between APPS and browser experiences with our you know our technology experiences you see those worlds coming together And being one at some point where we're not bouncing between a browser and apps all all the time but were just using one experience on our all of our technology experience. Yeah I do I do see that. I think it's kind of already happening and I hope it happens entirely. Because it's it's it's nice nice to be able to write for one platform and it sort of work everywhere. But it's interesting. I mean you already see it. Like if you're familiar with slack or discords records another one like there's a huge companies where the slack APP is Burp. This this podcast has gotten very technical slack. APP APP is a browser. It's crazy but like there's lots of APPs that are basically just take Crowe and put into it and then you can download the APP this. That doesn't from that. Seems pretty ugly from my like from the from my perspective. There's got to be more elegant way to do that but that to me. That's a sign that it is sort of moving in that direction and I think that I think event especially with these things called Progressive Web APPs as well where where basically you can have almost an APP like experience on your phone despite it not being an APP. You'll you'll be using the browser so based on what I'm seeing and again and dance dance even more technical than than made based on what I'm saying I do see things going in that direction. Where eventually they'll be sort of Mir- collision of the two worlds worlds? Where you can you wear? The browser is almost the same as native creative APP especially with Webley and things like that also as you think about about the smart agent technologies that are that are growing and developing. And even the you know the augmented reality stuff that probably on the horizon here as we move into more more more five G.. Connectivity how do you see that impacting you know like a company like yours. I mean is there going to be live streaming to these smart agent platforms. Are we going to see in the the people controlling their experiences in their technology through their their personal smart agents that were all kind of be building into our lives. And I know this..

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"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

01:54 min | 9 months ago

"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

"Old days couple of years ago these machines were connected video wise directly into the box via an sti clinic and then now because skype supports N. D. I basically basically the signal coming from these two computers back there. He's too Mac mini speed an NDA channel on the on the on the On the on the track right Gasser signed on just a land cables. All I need and I know we were talking before we started. The show that you know Indiana's making advancements and maybe at some point it'd be something you can do in the browser is that would be eh wire cast integrated within the eye and all you know Over yes I think that's a call via over here. We asked has it so so it just makes sense that things would move to the browser or something. Yeah I tell people to you look at these browser base audio reporters are out. They're the same qualities according to WBZ's daffy there's no difference in the capture qualities just edit process where you're may be limited on a browser based product that's changing browser becoming super super powerful for anyone that's familiar with the changes being made their particularly like with web assembly and and things like that it's becoming where it's not so different you can the the limitation used to be that you can only really run like Java script than html in the browser but that's changing. It's a few years you'll be able to essentially run any any any language you want and be able to do pretty powerful things which is especially with machine learning stuff like now. It's it's actually. It's getting close to the point where you could actually deploy like a A small machine learning model to someone in the browser which is like. There's all kinds of crazy stuff you could do without like Instead of having actual green screen you could you could use to earn machine learning to To do it without the green screen or some of the augmented reality stuff right in the browser without downloading anything which is pretty cool but that.

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"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

02:02 min | 9 months ago

"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

"We're even the sinking has an issues like or even. The Studio Mike goes through the mixer. Round does tons of things plugged into the trike pastor. And then you guys are coming in and other channel and it's you know it all ends up in the trash caster says he's I know what you've sent me. I'm going to try to keep it internally linked up but if it doesn't if it's if it's you know it's lagging or ahead when it hits me there's nothing I can do about it. You know you can buy expensive the atomic clocks and all kinds of crazy things to try to keep things inked up but he has never. It's never perfect and I always say that audiences were forgive Abia for your video but they won't forgive you for the audio has been s nail be nailed all the time so rob okay. Yeah I was just going to gauge so you guys allowing for a person to capture the audio separate from the video at all or is that something that you guys have thought about yes recently. We added Recording it's only on the paid versions of Stream Yard but If if you're on on one of the paid plans automatically records every single one of your strength and the main reason we added that is for repurposing. So yeah so after the streams over you can just download a single audio file or the entire. MP for Avenue and it's something we'd like to add something we we want to continue to to improve. I know multi-track is important to some people. So that's something that we're we're considering. Our number one priority is just to get the best quality possible out of it. So that's sort of alluded to it before we thought we'd like to make two on the engineering caps and do some fancy stuff. Where even if you don't have a great Internet connection the audio and video feed we'll still be great because it is cloud recording right? It's not local so if it's local you don't have to worry about network issues since we're recording in the cloud if you have a porn travel be reflected in the recording. Yeah so that's something we'd like to continue.

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"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

02:16 min | 9 months ago

"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

"Youtube doesn't work bid with. Wow but I pushed to streams I've pushed through walls and pushed youtube live and those are two strings but it'd be nice of while the played nicer with Youtube but I just haven't had a lot of luck. Someone asks the question here and this is going to get super taxed. Brett says hi made a made up to see I made up to see string guard on the show. I'm interested in what custom texturing marked string yard has used to get their product. Awfully Brown the the. Oh do you own your own. Mc You and Stan such turn servers or you'll ever see pass so those are those are those are some good once you should email me. Look for a job without his name right bret. He's definitely knows this stuff. Yes so lots of and Blab was an example that lots of these companies use third party providers to sort of host the at least for the skype esque features racing. I selling is a popular one and same with talk box but we don't actually use those so to answer a question we host our own. It's not an emcee you it's a well so it's kind of complicated works exactly so it's sort of an sf you in combination with M. C.. You lost listeners at there's probably yet so it's it's in basic terms. We run it ourselves so we want to make sure that it's important because we wanna make sure that we can always optimize is Our videotheque rights so the unfortunate part about I mean talk is awesome and until he was awesome. But it is sort of out of your hands when you're relying something like that because most most of those products are optimized for meetings and we want to be optimized for for live training so by using open source stuff and some of our own own stuff in combination With each other we can optimize for for life and are GonNa continue addicts and fancy stuff so at some point. We'd like to have it. Where even if your guest is on a bad connection or maybe all view on bad connections you sort of still have this real time communication with each other so that you can actually do the show but by running our own infrastructure? We could do some fancy stuff involving cashing hashing and whatnot. To still have the final feed goes out and looks great despite the fact that you have maybe not the best connection. That's the type of stuff that we're working on.

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"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

01:33 min | 9 months ago

"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

"And yeah it would be. It would be sort of bring back that I don't know what the word is. The blab feel of people all being in one place. He's watching watching together rather than sort of being disjointed so to keep costs down for you guys now everything on the Browser essentially you're just you don't uneven really is is the RTP to go to or the the functionality to get to facebook live. Do we come through a stream yard server or does it go from the browser straight to facebook. Yeah so are we do have pretty high cost so I mean we save a ton by the fact we're not hosting it. I'm sure you're very familiar with the cost of that but We do actually. It does actually go to our servers. And it's important we think that's very important so people that on like a chromebook or a low power devices can have of this fancy stream with the overlays and the comments on screen in the mixing without sort of. Don't think it'd be possible to do on chromebook without it. It have to be pretty tolerable. Oh chromebook for work. So every time he started stream yard stream it actually goes to our own infrastructure. So you basically all your computers responsible for his capturing capturing your Webcam and sending it over to us and then the string yard server mix it all together and send it out to the various platforms. And it's also nice for your bandwith to right so Instead of your own computer multi streaming were doing the academic. Yeah just like today. I'm using Waza push into one in. Its push into seven. Oh actually pushing it. Too and pushing Youtube live. Some some are for reason..

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"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"ceo co" Discussed on New Media Show

"No a lot of our audience hangs out on facebook and that's where we primarily interact with people but not everyone's audience is on facebook comes on twitch which some people aren't you you live. Some people could be on their own website. And you know we're at new media. Show dot com or Josh live right now. We got a chat room over there but most people migrate to us on facebook. Just because it's easy. So and that's one of the reasons why we multiples multi stream but I sure likeability is what I do on my what we do for new media show is we put the youtube live in bed on the website. Just because it's simple I mean see. I grabbed the imbed. Drop it over there. It's good that could be the Stream Dream Yard imbed. It'd be dropped on the same page just as well as the youtube you know in. I think wherever we find the most interactivity then then that works best especially for multi casting to three or four sites if we could bring all that back in all those comments into one stream woke. That'd be yeah that'd be be awesome. There's there's definitely it's definitely a very interesting thing. We'd like to explore further. The Nice thing about embedding. The Youtube is. We don't have to pay for it all right. We would offer that to people for free of the widget I was initially referring to. You would essentially be that it's like except instead of having to worry about copying being over the youtube embed code. We'd sort of making one simple Lynn. That had all of them together. So you can switch between the youtube twitter feed or whatever but the the self health hosted there's a lot of applications for the south hosted streaming. We recently added reporting which is not all that different from actually hosting a live video. So it's it's certainly possible for us to add.

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"ceo co" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

16:30 min | 11 months ago

"ceo co" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"And I think what the way I look at it. As crypto is you know GonNa Follow Network Laws on so at some point it's GonNa his inflection points and sort of become exponential. I think we're just before that curve So I think you're GONNA see a ton more people come on board And you know anyone's main objection. I think they're still not sure about crypto. They just don't want to speculate or you know Sure no I completely agree and you know and for the record anybody who's listening who is interested you know And Far I'll let you plug yourself here in a little bit shortly but I do encourage you to actually go to coin dot com and go look at their FAQ's there. I see the frequently asked questions and I think you guys did a really great job for an explaining step-by-step essentially all all these questions and you know of course I'm sure at times even for someone like myself asking you certain things like. Oh my gosh you know so. Thank you for here for now but I also woke up to an email today and I got. I saw that you guys are now also And this was really exciting. Because I'm I'm really interesting in actually obtaining when really the only reason why haven't bought one yet because I knew there was a waiting time and I was like when there's an attache that's about land. We'll be out of back orders Chris. What's up man? I might as well just go ahead and order you know regardless you know I I think that between what you guys have A. I built the questions that you have that you've already answered on your Faq's you know there's a lot of really just you just really interesting stuff or anybody in Crypto. Just I would go check. Check out their website. Everybody you know and like wind the sound but of course. I already warned you that there's going to be a little bit of funds a little bit but but tell me You know working where can can people find you like what is the. What is the way they needed to contact you or they wanted to get a coin? which should they go? Look deal on twitter I'm at far booed. Far Od my phone. My full first name mood. We're also at coin mine on twitter. Those are closer to great ways to reach out to us. You can also just come to our website point mine dot com And hit the chat button in the corner of we spun. Usually in a few minutes sometimes takes a little bit longer but we have but really pride ourselves on great customer support so we can answer questions that as well Were there anything-goes. Your device has a one year warranty you can purchase an extended warranty that ads like two years ears on it. which if anything happens it'll literally get replaced immediately so You know all those things are kind of right. There just joined mine dot calms easiest easiest way to get a hold of us all right. I've got a question for you. This is This is on Topo but like okay you know. What kind of excites me? Like I want like fifty. I want fifty of these coin minds and I want to remind waddling at once something I was going to ask. Is this a popular thing I mean are people people buying this and replacing the because this is a lot more this is less maintenance and you can have a warranty to right so this actually like you may be giving up some power but it might be worth it when it comes down to it. I think there are people who buy them by the dozens and I. My guess is and we've talked to a few of these folks folks A lot of times people solar Charleston yet makes it you have solar you almost certainly have excess solar during the day and So you can essentially point in. Sometimes you can sell some of that solar back into the network but they're often cap on how much you can sell until you basically just have access access energy and are you. Maybe someone who's not paying your energy. Prices are very low or they're included in something else that you're paying for So I think those folks you know they. They're like okay. I got the electricity side covered. Let me let me take this excess solar that I'm making an turned into Kryptonite like it. I like it. I like how you answer your questions to you know very safe. I appreciate it but yeah no I I just I was thinking you know just a room full of like just like awesome coin minds. You know it's just GonNa look if you guys ever just need to store some coin minds. I've got some extra room. I'm sure you guys are will slip. The crypto Oh with you got you broken let's go let's go. I got plenty of room right anyways. Obviously okay well for man. This has been a really. I've enjoyed this. I've enjoyed the conversation Ashley we're about to. We're about to to see who you really are right and obviously for those who are already. They know what's going on. Yeah quickfire quickfire. And so I was was. I was Tons respect for for pop but I was informed prior to as far as what we know and obviously PA part of the Quin Mind in a team team in some capacity and But he also asks alien question. I'm really mad about that because I was like. Oh this deuce copying me but no no. He's been around longer than me as far as that goes. But I'm still GONNA ask my question and you could tell them a little bit different and I like to I like to. I like to shift it up a little bit. So you'll we'll see as we get a little bit deeper but first question. Is this all right. Humans Scientifically speaking are theorized. have been around for you. Know Two hundred four hundred thousand years in between that right. I mean whether you agree or disagree irrelevant to the actual question but I guess it's it's semi relevant dinosaurs sixty million years ago. Whatever it might be right but this time here that humans have existed? Do you believe evaline have ever visited planet earth. That's a great question another. That isn't quite how to ask. This is this is a different question shoe. In the time period that humans that existed have aliens visited Earth My guess is not to be honest. I'm extremely sorry. Correct answers you don't have to answer. I don't mean to diminish any aliens who may have come here and just sort of you know tossed their existence out the door you know. I think aliens exist for sure. I think that the the math the math of moving around through space at distances of light years and happening to Some some alien species exists at the same time. You know or early enough to before us that when they finally get to some planet where we don't exist they happen to have been here at this It seems like low probability but I but I'm like I'm like ninety nine point nine percent sure there's life elsewhere in the universe. There's actually a post on facebook. I was I was Kinda pondering existence right a while back and this was just like last week. I'm exaggerating a little bit embellishing. Maybe about my thought process but I was sitting. There was was an end up making this a facebook post mealy afterwards but you know I i. I was thinking about how you know the sun. Obviously that's a lot of energy right. I mean the Sun. It's literally just right right next to us. You know I mean eight eight light year eight minutes minutes in light year speed six minutes and let your speed away from us. I mean this might as well be next door neighbor. You know essentially in a really hot deadly. Don't get too close and you'd better have an atmosphere neighbor. But nevertheless it's there and it's producing tons and tons and tons of energy energy that we can't even comprehend. I mean we only see like this much of a ocean ocean full of energy when it comes to Sun and then I started my mind started wondering to there are billions if not trillions of these huge energy urge spots in the in the galaxy and the in the universe and all the way we can see there are so many more stars and there are so few erse right. I mean we only know I know of one true earth that sustains life that actually needs the energy that's coming from you know from the planet or from the Sun that actually gives existence a meaning reason reason and so when you think about it. There's actually more energy way more energy than is ever going to be needed in this tire galaxy entire entire universe. Now maybe maybe just maybe obviously this is far out there aliens of some sort some higher being whether you call it God whether you call it you know. The relief fast asked alien. Spaceship needs a place to refuel their energy. And so maybe the stars are just like gas stations. That idea. That's my straight up which ICARUS here's guide style like that is a unique opinion isn't original. Maybe I watched it on some people. Can we're going to see if you can come pointed out where I wasn't me then I'm fine. You know I'll retract. It was mine but I'm I'm not a huge twitter guy I'd spend too much time I'm a long winded son of a gun right so I need. I need facebook story out all right so moving on the next question favorite movie all time you can choose to if you need to Glenn Glengarry Glen Ross. I'm not familiar with this. Is this something I need to see. It's definitely something you need to see. especially if you're sort of like the if you like movies wolf of Wall Street or the big short it's Al Pacino Kevin Spacey Jack Lemmon Ed Harris. It's the complete all star cast of you know the the ultimate sales monitor gator there've bunch of Lake Sales sales dudes based off a mammoth play So yeah that oh I can dig it dude now. I'll definitely check this out and I do love him. He was like that. I'm actually really embarrassed. I probably should at least know what the movie is. But you know next time I talk. WHOA this conversation? We all right next next next question. Bitcoin is a political party. And it's that generic yes or no. Bitcoin is a political party. Yes it's it's nice and cared expand. I mean I I'm gonNA use a loose definition of political party or a an affiliation Shen That you know has to do with people's view on how society should be structured I think that's a loose definition of political party so I I know you're being you know you're trying to be on the edge of the question you know and and and get some reaction so you know is it. Is it like a actual political party. I don't think of it that way so much but I feel like it fits some of the check boxes of how you define political parties are Yeah I think it does society how to Structure Picture Society of the role of the individual and society the society and the individual and how we should organiz orchestrate all this so I think that's what a lot of political parties are trying to deal with no doubt and I answered by the way and I leave it very open and generic that way because I I do I like to hear how people view that answer right and you get very distinct answers from that. A lot of people say no right because of the concepts and the principles of what they believed. BITCOIN stands for. Maybe they just feel pressure that they have to say no to it but I agree with everything you just said like. There's an ideology geology behind what bitcoin stands for. And you don't necessarily need to be running for president to be able to stand for those things you know and I think that the principles you know that exists within what we are sitting here. I mean clearly if you're in the space and you're this deep you've got to either number one just see it as a cash cow and you're going to get everything you can. Okay get and get out get on your way as fast ask you can but the people who are around who really care who really doing things like we tend regardless of a Republican Democrat. You Know Libertarian anarchists you know Super Progressive Communist. There's some principles that we all have found that. Make sense to US integrate unifier. It's a great unifier and I don't want to divide by saying you can't be in this party hardy the same way that American politics have so I go back and forth on whether or not I could run on the bitcoin political party. I'd do it if if I could you know but does it need to exist. That's I I think you answered it perfectly all right next question and I already gave you. This one also gave him the movie every movie when everybody just want to wait five minutes for someone to think about this again you know but but All right if you had your own show far how or what would be your interest on. It could be any any song any any copyright or trademark issues. Here any song. Wow that's such a tough question really really good question. If I had my zero hold on let me guess I in the club. Joking look average all right now. The official answer clearly right. 'cause it's better than probably my answer. What would I do? Maybe something on you okay. Cool cool I can deal with that. I mean Johnny is a little bit more cerebral than fifty but I mean I guess that's probably cerebral especially musically. The guy's a genius I've been yes. Yes there's no. There's no doubt about that. All right moving on you know the last few are pretty simple But you know obviously far began. I WanNa thank you got coming on a game enemies a lot. I love being able to introduce these types of projects. I think you're doing great great work for the space. I think you're great ambassador in a reason for people to to look at and say hey this there is good things happening right and that's one of my biggest goals when I bring people on it's you know it's it's to highlight and to bring about awareness that there's there are is legitimate production there's real things and not only we are.

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"ceo co" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

11:25 min | 11 months ago

"ceo co" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"Reminds whatever converts to Bitcoin the best and gives you points for it love so we I can give you a lot more on bitcoin that way when is minding theory. 'em It's actually mining theory. You're helping to secure the theory of network which is doing cool things like decentralized finance finance and you get a theory him in exchange for it and we made the wallet so the wallets are accessible in the APP. If you want you can move it from our the walls that we give you to a different wall at somewhere else in Do Withdrawal request through the APP Wanted to get people started. Didn't want to have people go and get their own wallets in. Bring being six different wallets in so we get you started there. You literally plug it into the wall. You open the APP you connected to your Wifi or Ethernet and you're done and and you're right there's You know if you're if you order it's Sorta past your estimated delivery date will get. You started with some sort of Saito. She's on on our cloud minor. No I I think that's really awesome. I just love the idea of like we're not gonNA leave you hanging. Life's good business is good but we ain't forgot about you right. I mean there's there's there's some honesty in that in that concept now you know obviously people who are not minors in people who really just by Crypto because I I know how to get on their their Coin Base APP you know. There's a lot of words that we use pretty regularly just like you said computation. I mean you're essentially from what I'm understanding at the moment is you're literally we just kind of allowing another allowing the network to use the power generated through the coin machine and from that. You're rewarded with you. You know what you're doing. You're minding your your rewarded with humor. Whatever it might be? I love the name handshake by the way. I'm not familiar with protocol yet but I'll I'll be looking at that next. I just think it's a really I mean just from the name I can imagine it's some sort of contract or smart contract or some sort of you know I can tell you that super cool of you on then yet tell me real quick so the handshake is part of what I call. The unstoppable web movement. That crypto is allowing So there's a DNS system which is domain in name so when you type in Coin Mine Dot Com. There's this whole system that routes that some weird numbered Ip address right so that's actually a centralized thing that Some people control handshake wants to make a decentralized version of fat to run alongside it so nobody can say Oh sorry coin mine dot com. It doesn't exist. Get the exist on the Internet. So unstoppable web and what's cool. is they use proof of work mining Like bitcoin Bitcoin does and when they launch. We're hoping to have it on your coin mine. And that's when you can earn the most handshake because the network is new. We launched grin the day. It launched in January For me I think grant is the closest thing to big points since bitcoin. So I'm I'm really bullish on Grin Dan. You know it's it's worth a couple of dollars right now. I think it could be worth a couple of hundred dollars in the future which means my coin model. Probably make me five to ten thousand dollars of grin if that ends up being true and you know it's about the easiest way for me to speculate on these brand new cryptos and you just made made a really good point and it's something that you may or may not say on a regular basis. I'm sure you believe this. You know As miners go and I know a lot of minors and I've been really fortunate to have a lot got a friend and so therefore I haven't had to learn much about mining because I can just call my friends right but you know with that being said I also know that they recognize not just the risk involved. It's just like anything else. In crypto. You know the crypto currencies and the in the in the in this in this space has to continue to improve go up not just in value but in and use case right for this to be sustainable and so. We're all betting that this is going to work. We're all in some capacity whether you're just plugging play mining with the coin minor. I mean you're still spending money with electricity. The albeit much less electricity probably than the average you know minor. And you're obviously not gonNA make as much as a person with a mining farm. You know in common sense. But you're still betting and you're still risking you're not just buying the device but then you know using what Trysofi for it you know that this is all going to continue to go up and that the values he's going to increase so why you're collecting kind of doing what you would do anyways. Probably ought not to leave your xbox on right yet you're stacking sats exactly exactly. It's it's a little bit less energy than an xbox that a boy keep going. It's just over to light bulbs is the way I it's. It's like two seventy watt lightbulbs. Do I love it. Okay so let let me ask you this. You know clearly. This is a successful business model. And you guys have done really well and I number one congratulates you number two. I'm proud Of the space having something like this so thank you as well but you know to me this ideas super super scalable but more importantly it also is a abridge of injury like even if you never owned a bitcoin you could hear about this and all of a sudden be interested I can. I can actually earn some cryptocurrency. I don't even have to go by it. I just gotTa get this machine. How has that been? How's that reception? But are you seeing more and more people who have not ever been in the space like even maybe not even own a bitcoin. Like what's what's the dynamic namic there I think your your buddy is a great example WHO's sounds like you described him? As not particularly hardcore crypto person but got aucoin mind because public probably felt like a safe and understandable way to get into it And you said it earlier the cryptos early and e- even though it's early as the market Every protocol that comes out. It's early to so it's in an early product in an early market And if you're talking from a financial perspective I agree. Nobody should be spending money. They can't afford lose on anything in CRYPTO. If there's a there's a bunch of things you can do in Crypto you can speculate sort of for fun in in Korea for example. They are sort of obsessed with speculating on all coins. It's almost like this. You know Trading virtual pets They're not as big into Bitcoin Because they're just not as into it for this you know they're not in it for the money they're not in it for the you know for all those things so scripture was actually a lot. Bigger smallest CRYPTO is. It's a lot bigger in ways than people realize and it's super global in different people in different parts of the world use crypto differently. So you know you gotta just kind of think for yourself and decide what makes sense for you And and we've we've found that you know at least half of our customers basically brand new decrypt. That's no no. That's that's amazing. In fact you could not have given me better news. I love hearing that. You know we we struggle so much just with the An noted in in the in the intro. It's hard it's hard. It's hard to understand especially if you're not a tech person in general an hour and I remind people this all time if you are a tech person more than likely so you've already played or touched crypto in some capacity for everybody from here on out is probably coming in as Joe Schmo. I mean. That's that's a huge audience that we're that we're about to have to accommodate to some extent of the next every person stepping in this has to make sense. We cannot be what we were in two thousand seventeen we if we didn't learn our lessons for two thousand seventeen not just on on buying and selling but on infrastructure and what things need to look like and what user experiences need to be. You're you're a great example of kind of coming out of that and I'm sure a lot of inspiration for for this model came from you know this is too complicated. I mean you guys really broke down so on the scalable on the scalable side is there. Is there a bright future is it more than just mining is something. I mean. We're GONNA see more things happen with with what you guys are doing. And you might not tell me so no I mean. Let's talk about the industry and then we can talk about coin minds sort of approaching solar I I think two of the most exciting protocols in Crypto history are grin and handshake. They both pattern this year. Ten years after Bitcoin got started I think you're seeing some of the most exciting stuff. Now keep in mind. That oil grin is pointed Pretty similarly at bitcoin about being sort of Pan She is not. Nobody thinks that you're going to buy coffee with your handshake tokens handshake. And a lot of other cryptos I mean this is part of the challenge. People have a difficult the time getting their heads wrapped around it. Because we're not talking about it. I think correctly. You have some crypto currencies that are trying to become like new types of currencies or like digital gold for example example like Bitcoin and then you have token operated networks like handshake and they're not trying to become currency they're essentially leveraging some of the SA- Toshi in Bitcoin was genie. Got Out of the bottle and now that it's out no one's ever going to be able to put it back in and it puts my ideas into the world beyond hard money You know it's even it's it's like a miraculous snus even more miraculous because of the things that it's taught us around down decentralisation of via block chain crypto economics Just talking that it's possible. I mean that's a realism for that's right. That's right and so you're seeing a bunch of folks leverage some of these concepts to apply it to areas outside of just currency and money I think we're GONNA be in a multi coin world forever. Now bitcoin dominance. I think we'll also continue. Maybe forever and I think bitcoin becomes a ten to thirty trillion dollar asset at least thank That puts bitcoin in the Between the three hundred thousand million dollars per bitcoin mark. That's just my personal opinion. I think it becomes sort of digital goals and then digital gold I think is worth more than regular gold. So gold old is I think around the six to eight trillion dollar market CAP That puts you at about three hundred K. Bitcoin I think it'd be two or three times that big so maybe could million dollars. Bitcoin take you know five. Twenty years. The happening is happening next year. Which means a lot of people are predicting the price of bitcoin billing off off a lot on the other side of the happening and the happening every ten minutes? There's a bitcoin block made and whoever sort of creates that block wins the Bitcoin for for that law. And it's going to get cut in half the reward is going to get cut in half next. May that's GonNa Constrict the supply. Bitcoin being created every day and my point is getting sold from the minors. Yeah and so theoretically that should increase the price of the asset because its supply has decreased and if demand is also increasing even if demand stays flat the price should go up if demand is also increasing over this time period. which why we all we all think is the case? That's the multiplier on top of the A supply constriction so We think we know the future's really bright like you got. BITCOINS got a big bright future. There's the lightning being network so each of the coin lines ships with the full bitcoin. Lightning blockchain on their We hope to turn on lightning network features here soon bitcoin..

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"ceo co" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

02:04 min | 11 months ago

"ceo co" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"I like to make things as digestible. Especially when explaining things I always try to like remember like if I got exposed to my mom how am I going to do it right and not just in a bad away like you know. How do I explain to mom? bitcoin is we we. We have this This this commonality and difficulty in Crypto with Ui stuff and that the user interface really just overall the the concept of Bitcoin is already hard. Enough and CRYPTO. This is for the entire space obviously It's already hard enough without adding additional layers. That are more difficult. And I'll I'll be the first especially as mining goes I've got you. I know my own like like just walls built up like I've tried. I've thought about this several times. You Know Dustin Manse you know he runs this easy T- mining group for us. And you know he's tried to give me some like some decent explanations about like to just break it down for me. It's just not my thing you know. It's not like at this point. I do understand at least a minimal amount but you know what I love about what coin minds doing and why wanted them on the show for some time is just simply based on the on how easy they've made it and if you're not familiar with coin mind obviously you're going to hear it straight from the mouth of CEO far but you know a- but before we bring him on. I always want to remind people like this is one one of those companies that whether you want to be a minor or whether you WanNa even by one of these these products are not. That's not the purpose of of the introduction here like that's not the purpose of why I I would want someone like farm on. I want people to recognize that. We've got to support products and companies. That are literally doing something better for the space and I believe really personally you know just from my experience with them and and from what I've seen and the research that I've been able to do that. This is absolutely one of those companies that just deserves. You know at least your attention right like you know support them you know if you hear about below man I heard about you know I've I've heard the doing things I mean. I personally believe that anyway. But look you'll hear that here in a second far obviously As many of you sane doing bit for Bitcoin for Christmas Patrick gave me the go-ahead.

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"ceo co" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

14:21 min | 11 months ago

"ceo co" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"The dedication in peace of mind and I are no No Stranger to late hours in the office that is for sure so so liquid APPs of course so thank you for having me first of all a lot of people in the space. A little technical people are really familiar with the Internet is bills right We have avid. ISP's and protocal there We have the web services and websites on top of it. Applications we to kind of closer Luke Over how the blockchain was created how it goes to build we started in us and I think that is the most used doctrine today. The number says anyway it's the home of depths in a sense but I love. The boulevards are actually only stadium that the biggest community of developers offers but they're stuck because skill ability issues so it was really important to us. Since we're not maximalist in any way to create the best inter operability solution we could think of to this middleware so we have a mechanism in place to create this cross chain. Decentralized solution that transaction being passed in between these blocking jeff at a high level like the number one goal of liquid APPs is to you know have enabled cross chain value transfers. No I think that this is incidental. You know that's something because you can make out of the service I want to allow developers and users to use blockchain chain as it is the Internet meaning we do not know how websites work you know what maybe Aaron does but most of them they do not think about the back end of the website. We don't know which service servers website is using. We don't know which is the. The APP is using if a developer chooses to use ethereal E.. Ost doesn't matter as long as the DAB works and is cost effective effective in Crohn's fast enough and everything is decentralized and the integrity of the change. Thank you chose is safely kept. This is what we allow be. So this sounds like a open stack but running on blockchain. Nodes it's more decentralized. Is that correct. It's one of the features that we can present. Yes that's so so. Why did you build us? What inspired you to solve this problem in the way that you've done reading question We started delivers we were Lost two-thirds of Yaas and before that I was part of the BANCORP team And got into no ethereal really well On is frozen ponds and when I saw it I understood the opportunity of this web three point. I know eco-system and we really thought me and my pal my partner with you That we should learn more about this technology. I know that there's a lot of criticism regarding eels and governance. But let's look at his former technology for the view right now. It is the best blockchain right now. In terms of transaction costs and transaction speed. When we dug into cold we started? It's still not sufficient so if we're talking talking about mass adoption all the time. That's the teacher. The blockchain entrepreneurs VOCA or two years. It's not really possible. People like if I would go to a friend of mine which is a developer. And don't listen. There's this blockchain thing and it's really cool. They should develop on top of it. The limitations will. We'll get into tell me you know what. Let me know what you get better. Because I can't do it like this and we wanted to create mass adoption by building the infrastructure to allow that. I think what you've done is really cool but going off topic for just a second but remaining on the topic of mass adoption. What's what's the crypto on blockchain culture like they're in Israel? I know there's a lot of projects out there. I assume legislations friendly are. You guys is in really hot competition or is there a lot of camaraderie and trying to build Israel as the next of capital for Crypto. What's it like over there really cool? No question I have to stay Just a big a bit of a broader look of the startup space in Israel that the name startup nation is something career locked in Israel. A lot of entrepreneurs at the most The the highest percentage of startups or copy signed a world so generally speaking in the startup space Israelis Dried star next to many other stars. on blockchain specifically We are I think still in the baby steps like the largest the the brightest developers in Israel are yet to be in the blockchain space. But this is an opportunity as well we have many companies that Israel You have their RND company of Bank. Or based in Israel you have a few other's orbs with our in Israel And I think it's getting more and more common of a Woodward A lot of corporates like IBM are actually basing their Blockchain team in Israel and we just had a great conversation with a guy named Luke Earner. WHO's very heavily involved in space over there? So I'm sure you're familiar with him and then Mile Buddies D- have is based based in Israel. Too that's correct. Yeah we were like. It's pretty funny. Tel Aviv is the capital capital of Israel. Most of the starts are here. But even though it's really really small undocking Less than a million In population we never see each other. And that's how it is too busy working exactly late night like today. I never left the office But we support each other The conferences it's Har here are amazing Lots of good people and So answering your original question. I I think that the Israel can become a key player in the blockchain space specifically with them out of cryptographer 's and academia academia we have here surrounding this space. I'm kind of curious. About like the philosophy behind what you guys are doing. In regards to this blockchain's cryptocurrency solved any humanitarian problems. In in your eyes you know I've been to bancorp before as I mentioned and one of the projects that I was the gold with was community currencies in Africa. Talking talking about the economic aspect of Tokens. There's a lot of things in behavioral economics. That can be a a real benefits to all these poor countries whether it's in Africa or any other place in the world there is a research by by someone called Bernardi. It's hard. He mentioned their community. Currencies are the way for sustainable better economy. We started something regarding his research in Kenya and created a community currency based on blockchain technology. Back then it was interior and gave this the community so they can trade among themselves rather than pay in Kenyan shillings. Which is there yet guernsey and apparently once you give them a means for trading it makes them amount of transaction skyrocket like ten fifteen times a day once you have more transaction debt economy is actually becoming better and better but that's one aspect? The other aspect is obviously monetary systems in general. How do you make sure that Fiat currency or any currency sustain its value when we work and we make love of effort and and there's labor involved? How do you make sure that by creating inflation? By the company company country creating replacing used still get the same amount of money because you cannot control inflation income Stu Fiat currencies the right. There is a central entity. That does that for you but you have no means as a as an individual to factors back so I believe that the libra and facebook coming with this and the fact that they have so many issues right now with the issue instead of their token shows that governments understand this as well understand that. There's something unique and sometimes you even frightening. Yeah there's something afoot in crypto currencies. We saw like. There's a lot of senators right now. L. Sending letters through credit companies and others were involved in Lebron before. It's really interesting to see. Because one of the things it liberates rain we need the world is actually education about blocking many people have not heard about watching before that so I kinda talk a little bit about block producing versus mining. So I I know that you used to be like liquid liquid e OSS right and you guys were top five for a long time of. Es this block producers Yes do you think that deep costs are delegated state. Do you think that is a viable consensus model. You know if what would you fix. What would you keep the same really good question? I think. Mining the worst part about mining is the fact that a lot of processing sitting power is being spent on something which is not valuable. No one cares about the solution for equation but it's an any quesion its purpose is determining who's next in line and when you think about it this way pretty weird because you know when we were kids the other means to decide who's next in games and stuff like that so I think that's what depots has done is to vote for people that we I believe will not sacrifice their name and reputation by manipulating the chain and we head away to check the the one manipulated the chain. So if you do we can take you down you know how. How would you determine if something decentralized you know we all Herzog from your bank or he always says that you can fork something it means? It's decentralized okay that's a good one yeah I guess so. So if you can't fork deep ause if you see someone is manipulating the system it decentralized decentralized enough and by someone who has been there okay. I saw what has been going on. What's been done? How's the government working the the people who were you know on the top twenty one in a sense? It makes people uncomfortable knowing that there are only twenty. twenty-one lock producers that are cycling and Closing the blocks one after the other because it kind of implies like an oligopoly but you you know what but what is mining pools in exterior bitcoin. If that's so but I think it's different in in mining pools because you have mining pools that are made up of of all sorts of different individuals all across the world contributing their Hash power towards a mining pool so if a mining kind of goes rogue or the mining pool operator I should goes rogue than individuals can withdraw their Hash power from that pool unless yeah definitely not no. You're right you're right right it but you can still have a fifty one percent attack using meaningful because you do not know like with zoom what you just said This is the computers are spread across the world and people can withdraw their processing power. But there might the more than meets the eye that is correct. This is that you don't know for certain we know for a fact that there are a few mining holes in the world that operates today. I think it's approximately four or five so in that sense twenty one that you know we know who they are is that better. Is that worse. I personally think that this was like a general but but on a personal note. I believe that decentralization is a spectrum and is not like either decentralized or centralized. There's a gray area absolutely agree it all about the tension between the two and how far far away you are willing.

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Chinese cryptomining giant Bitmain’s civil war breaks into open

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

10:02 min | 11 months ago

Chinese cryptomining giant Bitmain’s civil war breaks into open

"Last week and actually for this whole past week. There's been a fair bit of drama. At bitcoin. Mining giant. Bit mean what happened well. So long story sure it was a it was a coup so From October twenty seven to thirty years there was a video surveillance camera. Expo in engine and my colleague John He was the he's the CO founder will be man and he was was ad expo. It was their launch some kind of a chip from Yemen for video surveillance cameras and then one day after that Jihan on the after that there was a change of the business registration data of Of Beijing Technology. Okay so in that restriction change microbes no longer the executive director will be man. He's he was also so taken over by Jehan as a legal representative an hour that Japan will who is also the other co whole funder of demand so a couple of hours after that change Japan will send an email to all staff to be man. I'm employee's employees saying Michael giants basically dismissed off. All his roles have been men and any employees. You should not engage with anymore and it should not take any directions for him so basically shut him down and that was basically it an hour after the email. Hey Japan will submit Someone all this stuff to your own hands meeting meeting to tell everybody what happened. So that was what happened on last Tuesday and on today one week off to Dad Meiklejohn finally spoke on his. What we share way ball and said is going to take some legal action to return to the office Irene? So let's go a little bit into that stuff meeting. What was the backstory that Jihad gave to explain or justify his actions while so that was kind of like a shock to many employees? Because I guess not. Many people have seen a word like expecting that so he took that opportunity to explain to everybody what happened in why he had to come back. And why he they had to take such actions and he basically use the one hour meeting to explain what happened from December twenty eight eighteen when when when the kind of conflict has started between him and my crew John Yet that was that was pretty much all of the one hour meeting. And what was that conflict. So the backstory of the December twenty eight eighteen was that at that point. The Big Quin price was like a was a big big price crash and was thinking about layoff so Jihai in a couple of family. Members of the company was were like pushing for the plan to lay off employee's because at that time I think they may have about juicers people initially based on what John said in the meeting was micro. John was AH was against the plan so they had a big struggle on December. Seventeen Jihan says on that day Meikeljohn returned to the office called for a second meeting and on that meeting. He wanted to be the socio. So as of as of December last year Japan and micro were co CEOS in CO chairman of women so he said on that that day micro Office wanted to become the only CEO. He said that is the way to save the company so that that was what happened at that time. So there was a conflict of Should have a layoff but then they come to agreement that there should be lay off and they also come to agreement that they both will step down from cozy ethos and they will ask the second other person to on the new. CEO role and they will step down from the day to day management. So that was the conflict back then the as time moves on like bay. Men official announces announced that news in March of their stepping down to the public to Hong Kong. IPO failed But what John said was MICR didn't really stepped out from the management role. He's still kind of micromanaging the details and wanted to spend more efforts on AI. Stuff instead of the crypto mining equipment. So that kind of that kind of diversed I Big Business a little bit. So that kind of started the the conflict started to escalate one. Other thing is I think Jihan also said to the employees bit mean almost didn't survive that period and actually what he said is the only only reason it was able to pull through was at the price of Bitcoin had increased later. I'm assuming he's talking about kind of you know through the Spring and And even a bit. The summer we saw the price of acquaint increase but how has bitten means struggled this year in twenty nineteen still. I sing in twenty nineteen. I mean he said himself in the meeting. Based on the transcript. I got that The market share big demands mining equipment has declined. I mean I think they're still the number. One has the most dominant market share in terms of making mining mining machines but their market dominance has declined and the same time there Wi- will competitors like non. And what's minors Microbe eighteen silicon. They have been able to seize on the opportunity of the price of press jump since earlier this year. So I mean there. I think they are doing during fine. But in terms of market share the mining equipment business has decline and also the mining pool business is also Declining if you look at the hash rate. real-time Hasher Distribution Bution Pity comment pull used to dominate the top two ranks but this year it was taken by pulling and after Paul. Yeah and one other thing that is just so curious is that at least last year Macri was chairman and and he owned thirty six percent of bit main holdings while Jihad actually owned only twenty percent. So how jeon able to oust macree. If Macri was the larger chair holder and I mean it was pretty dramatic. The way he did it I think you know not allowing him back in the building after this trip and having his email access over to cut off it was like this was a huge surprise to macri. I guess we could say yeah. That's also one question I I haven't been able to figure out to be honest if you look at the IPO prospect the file till the Hong Kong Stock Exchange last year as September last year. They they were coached. CEO's co-chairman Mike crease. You're right micro has about six thirty. Six percent of Commit Holdings John has about twenty percent and go Shin on the two two your three other family members they have four to six percent respectively and another eighteen percent was hold was. Hello Oh by a trust for the employment stock option incentive that was the all the ordinary shares that counts for bowel like nearly ninety percent. I think and all the others like nearly ten percent were held by external uh shareholders. Now there were basically preferred. AM prefer b-shares Through the equity raising commended in two thousand seventeen twenty eighteen so technically I don't know how he managed to do it but that's just give you the breakdown of their equity structure based on the IPO. Filing they last year I don't know if they have changed it in any way but uh what John said in the in the in the in the meeting was he stepped Opposed as Costa Ios. He also stepped on he. He also let Microsoft take the chairman row so supposedly he was not a chairman and now he is a chairman. So I don't I don't technically the holiday did it was somehow did yeah. I saw dovey one tweeting that she she doesn't think a- and Samson Maui. I think tweeted the same thing that it doesn't appear that the shareholders were consulted the other shareholders. So yes so. Maybe we'll find this out leader

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"ceo co" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

24:53 min | 1 year ago

"ceo co" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"Of a of lolly and they've got some really cool mass adoption really integrate ables integrative stuff that I think the audience is really going to enjoy when you shop so there's really two experience says right now and there's going to be a lot more over the next few months we just started work on our mobile APP that's GonNa make it even easier when you knock that out bro it's going to be I'm I'm personally yeah I just started using the first version and I'm like Oh my God people are going to earn so much bitcoin it's crazy and people were ready like earning a lot with our web application. I think they'll people still shop on web I think they're spending way more on Web and they're they're booking travel on ab which is a is a huge category so I think a lot of people as you and I talked about before they think will I don't shop that much on Web I only the store I get my groceries but if you think about it most people will book travel on our partners like priceline hotels Dot Com dot com have actually been a some of our best performing merchants and people can earn a lot of bitcoin back especially if they're traveling for work the holidays that kind of thing well and that's a great point you know and honestly you can double reward yourself here by taking the your credit card whatever you know capita one points the pay credit card I mean if you're going for work in someone's paying off for you right you can double up on those awards it's crazy all right so alex you going to any conferences like how do people like interact with lolly I think there's a lot that that you guys offer as far as simplicity in the use case or what is going on right and now you're not a blockchain you're just utilizing the BITCOIN blockchain to be able to reward people I think this is very interesting I think it's an asset obviously that I would encourage people to tape pay attention to how are you reaching New People like what what is this I mean is it we're going to conferences we're letting people know word of mouth how you marketing what's what's your strategy going forward what we and really active on twitter and getting it out to Bitcoin believers and To begin with because I think to get it to the masses you have to enable people who already even bitcoin you have to give them the tools to be able to share with with lots of more people so in the first few months it was a lot of Bitcoin is that we're like obsessed Lawley in that were like thing it like crazy and and that was amazing because they shared it with all their friends and family and so now we're we're we're sitting probably about like you know it's tough to really tap tell for about fifty percents of our users have never had quit before are just getting time on the other fifty percent are issues there's your cracking users and these are people who are ready had bitcoin just like I would rather have bitcoin over cash and they're choosing to like ebay's or or other aspect days I love it man you know I even love the way that you know people who don't own bitcoin right now to introduce them to this on this level sway in this simplistic ways to use it I mean these are holders to write these aren't people that are gonNA come in make fifty cents with Bitcoin transfer to the coin base and the cash out because you can't even cash out fifty cents right I mean obviously I'm being generic and the rewards are tremendously more than fifty cents potentially right but you know if you're I mean I I can't do you have any times I'm online I'm shopping I see something I want I like I mean I don't know if you have the APP wish I wish I didn't have the APP wish because I get on there and sources like ai sorts all the cool knives and the flashlights that I could I mean I I love look I'll buy a flat a week you know just because I think they look sites stacked around my house I might just case the goes out I'm going to have fifty five flashlights never you know but I mean I I get lost in that and you know when I get a good deal when I see something that I liked and I and I also like to collect coins and whatnot you know I'm on the Internet searching actively I typically am on my mobile device but you know you guys you're you're answering that question as you speak as you just your apple's coming out now new bitcoin owners giving their hands free bitcoin allowing them to have a first introduction not only in my opinion Alex is that a really big deal that's exactly how I want bitcoin to be perceived by people coming into the space not that it's free but how simple how easy and how normal it is to get and this normalizes crypto this normalizes bitcoin specifically and allows that conceptualization from the average Joe who's never used bitcoin maybe saw it on the news to see hey wow I've got bitcoin right even if it goes down right now we all know bitcoin he's goes back up right now we have an all always gone back up to the all time high at this point but I don't think we'll ever be saying that for at least much longer I don't think we'll have that worry now let me ask you a kind of a personal question how often are you using lally I am addicted and it's it's got a bad like I will watch shop in store because we don't have in store right now I'm I'm biased though so I feel like I'm a super user and my home the whole channel that's just like how we're using the product and I think it's a good thing to be on channel I want to see some crazy stacks Blue like figure out hack that you can do in different ways in which you could like stack on top of it and Mercer Yeah so there's there's like I mean we we thousand merchants so there's a lot of merchants where if you really took the time to we're the ones getting the merchants and so we're like okay we'll get go like use it and I've actually feel like I'm probably a bad example I actually never encourage people to spend more than on things that they need of course you clearly when when you get that urge to buy a flashlight flashlight flashlight I might do one right now while we're on my flashlights keep going but I play this game with with a friend on another podcast he was like they they they named ten things like is random as possible I think from his wives Amazon shopping list and it was like a Himalayan Saul facemask and they will bite it Raleigh and I was able to find all time things it will allow under fifteen seconds and it will surprise me other shit I don't know if you will do this but ended up beyond do it so I think just about anything that anyone wants you if you ask US your life look for you invited one of our thousand merchants cool is if one day like we actually do the livestream can actually screen share and we could we could do demonstration because I have to do it because to me this interview is more I mean obviously I'm happy to make sure that lally get some exposure is not a sponsored in any way so the audience at home knows I came to them there's no exchange of anything it was literally just request for me to interview on interview Alex it based off of the the the really just the honest use case right I think it's really important that we share this with our friends and family the people who don't know Bitcoin I mean yes I want and Bitcoin to use lally I hope nothing success for lally because the bigger gets the more people will be using it but what I really want is I want people are listening to tell everybody else that's not in bitcoin about volley think it's a wonderful an easy experience for people to be able to use and like you just said it's not just the fact that like that you can get bitcoin it's that these people are probably giving you pretty good deals enticing you like you said to not use Amazon to not go to Walmart you know these are opportunities for you to shop and get the same things that you want to be rewarded and potentially even get a discount from from the the from the actual vendor in themselves now what I think is also really awesome is that to what you just said is if you go scroll through amount of partners it is I don't think I've gotten to the end I mean it's really long it's got to continuously update how many sponsor how many sponsors how many partners you have in this we have last I counted I think has nine sixty six thousand we're like working really hard to get there over the next few months but yes I I love to be challenged I think there's a few things that we don't let you buy it's like you can't buy a house on Lally bitcoin back unfortunately goal I'm working on getting a car merchant that's like South Harz Online's goodbye card give bitcoin back his name's Phil drum trying to get a few more but pretty much anything that you're looking for whether it's groceries travel clothing books pet supplies like you name it and office supplies is really big in just about everything that you're looking for we can find and you can give it back on you know as Lawley becomes more popular as user start coming in as downloads and obviously the use case you know not just gets bigger but it gets more extensive because DOPP Tunisia that will fall in line with what law is already doing you know you're just gonNa keep having more opportunities you're going to shift you're GonNa Change directions gonNa work do you see anything just from right now is there obviously I know you guys have company goals and those might even for the most part relatively private not saying that there's anything to hide but what are some public goals that you guys have stated or do you see certain things happening or are you trying to get to a certain place we're trying to get more countries international who was going to be a big initiative over the next few years so I think that Bitcoin tenure head start where they're in every country like everybody can use it it's it's like we want to fit within the ethos of Bitcoin and as a small scrappy startup it's difficult to expand internationally overnight so you companies do it successfully and we don't want to fail because we've expanded to much so finding that right balance where we're at a good place where we can expand international aid right now we're working really hard on on Canada's probably the next place that will expand to a lot of similar merchants we've done really well with those merchants and we've proven the use case that I think we can have competitive rates going into Canada and going through all the legalities of of with Fincen and thing to be able to legally operate in Canada is going to be a big hurdle that we have to get over and then expanding elsewhere so I will probably open it up to our community a lot of our community members even if they can't use lally our international they just love the idea as you said and so they're begging for us to bring it to their country so you know we want to expand their as quickly as possible the other thing is mobile shopping right now little shopping makes up about thirty to forty percent of all shopping so we went with the biggest pop part of the Pie and and people were shopping wet and were able to serve them with a thousand merchants on web server real use case they are mobile is something we're going to be watching over the next three months that I'm personally really excited about and it's GonNa get bitcoin in the hands of people and like right now people a huge purchases are molly and get a lot of coin back and so with with mobile people are going to be making lower purchase purchases like lower how to get this solved If you could get earned bitcoin for every day that you go get coffee every time you go get fries from McDonald's those sorts of experiences SAM's Club I mean Roku you got Microsoft I mean Logitech this is just for like you know I just pulled it up I clicked on computers and electronics things that are relevant somewhat to the space I mean these are big names Alex has done a great job you know bring in like when you if you had a bunch of stores nobody'd ever heard of base somewhere in middle I know where it might be one thing but these are legitimate office depot macy's Barnes and Nobles Verizon Wireless folks this is awesome this is if you're not using this what the heck are you doing and I mean.

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"ceo co" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"ceo co" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"What's going radio it's your job Blackburn today a we are GonNa talk some lally I've got Alexandra coming on he is a great deal we're GonNa talk a little about the project he's the CEO and he's the founder Co founder personally have been very intrigued I gotta give shout Mary Silverstein she is the person who actually introduced me to to lally she she's been talking about lally for some time hey you know what you want some free Bitcoin you don't WanNa spend any money on bitcoin well if you're living your everyday life this is going to be that opportunity you're not gonna WanNa miss this once I bring Alexander the second the previous episode I got a chance to have David Schwartz on we talked about like winning a foundation in the lightning cup the all the stuff that's going on for Vegas blockchain week I really really hope a lot of you can make that I'm personally probably the most excited about any conference I've ever been to I've been to a lot of them. Then this one coming up at the walk Tober So look if you have any questions about making that conference I mean it's it's Vegas blockchain week if you're just going and you don't have a ticket for something I promise you that you're going to have the opportunity the go-to still do things there's a lot of cool stuff happening right so anyway just hit me up semester on facebook or twitter you can always email me Joe Bitcoin radio dot com let's go ahead and get moving on definitely want to give a big shout out to to mouse belt mouse vote is the parent company of Bitcoin Radio and you know I mentioned them quite often but I really WanNa make sure that everybody understands look if you have a project that you're working on you need engineering solution this is what mouse ball does they have ninety employees I mean they got team forty the engineer working on all sorts of different things so if you have anybody or if you are a person looking for some engineering help development help in any capacity let let us know mouse belt man it's it's been one of the best companies I've had the privilege to work with in an under certain circumstances and Patrick mclain who was up zero the war is the CEO of that company anyways without further ado I'm going to go ahead and bring Alex on Alex How's it going welcome to Bitcoin radio good to be here Madison Pleasure Dude you guys got something pretty cool it went on don't you thank you yeah we're working hard we got some Vilson cool stuff over the last year since we launched so yeah we make it really easy for people to earn free bitcoin when they shop online absolutely and I was joking with Alex prior to this episode and I was just like look that's literally all we have to say hey look there's a chrome extension you don't have to spend any money on bitcoin you can just live your daily life and you'll get notification when you can potentially earn bitcoin for buying something.

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