20 Burst results for "Carsten"

Stablecoins in the Hot Seat: Powell Calls Bitcoin a Substitute for Gold

The Breakdown with NLW

05:54 min | 6 months ago

Stablecoins in the Hot Seat: Powell Calls Bitcoin a Substitute for Gold

"There was an absolute flurry of content and commentary yesterday around the place of bitcoin. Stable coins defy and the digital asset industry as a whole vis-a-vis. Us government regulation as well as how a digital dollar might shake that all up before we get into it. Let's at the terms of the debate. One of the competitors for this cycles top fudd is the government will ban it if it gets sufficiently threatening now to be clear banning depending on your sister could mean anything from an outright ban of use in holding too forceful seizure too limiting access to on and off ramps to the more benign from a commercial standpoint but no less threatening from a privacy standpoint integration of the full crypto infrastructure into the am l. kyc. Money surveillance apparatus. I've spent some time on this show looking into global versions where this fudd seems to be playing out in particular. We've been watching the evolving situation in india and nigeria india which seems gearing up for a bill that would have some sort of outright ban although at least one finance minister says that that's not the case and nigeria. Where the central bank of nigeria. I reiterated that banks should not be working with crypto users which they've then subsequently rolled back just a little bit either way however really what everyone has been focused on is the us particularly in the context of a new administration. The last administration had friends and foes alike when it came to bitcoin and crypto trump. Famously tweeted that he did not like bitcoin or crypto. But we didn't really take that seriously as a threat because it was so clearly about zuckerberg and libra mnuchin was a much bigger enemy. Probably wrote that text for trump's tweet even and clearly wanted to tighten the reins in his final act. He was trying to require exchanges to collect more information. When users transferred crypto to their own wallets on the flip side however there was brian brooks who was absolutely revolutionary at the office of the comptroller of the currency. The changes he oversaw are a huge reason. Why so many big institutions are now playing in this space. Why so many big traditional banks feel like they have to race to catch up to allow people to offer their customers crypto services however as we know from physics every action has a reaction and to some extent one reason why observers are so keenly watching the biden administration is to see how much they're going to respond or try to walk back with brooks in the occ changed on top of that. As the biden administration has come to power the price and volume around bitcoin stable coins and the rest of the digital asset industries have made them much more on ignore -able last time joe biden was in office. Bitcoin is about four hundred and thirty bucks. Now it's been over fifty thousand dollars for sixteen days in a row tether was barely out of diapers now. It has a market supply above forty billion in his doing upwards of one hundred billion dollars in volume per day combined with us dc. And you've got over. Fifty billion dollars of usd approximates there so lot more is at stake with that. People have been watching. Two things has come in and what they're saying on the who has come inside. Janet yellen is back for another round although this time is treasury secretary rather than as he chair gary genzer to is back. Although this time is as he c- chair. Instead of cftc chair of these two there is much more optimism around gessler who has done a pretty fair bit of work to understand where the crypto industry is coming from even teaching a course at mit about bitcoin and blockchain. And of course we have someone who still around in the form. Of jay powell. The federal reserve chairman. His ex factor. And all these discussions is the potential of a central bank digital currency a digital dollar. That could potentially shift the us's relationship with these projects now in terms of what we've seen these actors say so far over the last few months up until now it's been pretty standard fare one part. There's a lot of exciting potential here. One part we have to protect investors though and one part but it's also used by criminals over the last couple of days however we've gotten both comments and news that could shift as into our next phase of understanding what the us is relationship with. Bitcoin stable coins and other digital assets is going to look going forward. So let's talk about powell speaking about cdc's and cryptos at a bank for international settlements panel yesterday. Let's talk about the announcement of digital dollar prototypes coming this summer. And let's talk about new draft fat. If guidelines around cryptocurrencies. I up powell. Did a session yesterday with leaders from the bank for international settlements including augustine carstens. We talked about last week. He was asked about crypto currencies. And whether he saw them as a threat. And here's what he said. We call them crypto assets. You know. they're they're highly volatile. See bitcoin and therefore not real useful as a store of value in there not backed by anything. They're more of an asset for speculation. So they're also not particularly in use as a means of payment. It's more speculative asset. That's it's essentially a substitute for gold rather than for the dollar. And i think with crypto acids the the the public needs to understand the risks. The principle thing is there's the volatility there's also the outsized energy requirements requirement for for mining. And the fact that they're not backed by anything so let's break out these three reasons that he wasn't particularly impressed by cryptos. I this idea of volatility or that. It's just an asset for speculation. Basically he's dismissing bitcoin and any other crypto as something that he does not have to stress about or really factor into his consideration around global monetary competition while many. Bitcoin is grabbed onto the essentially a substitute for gold piece as a great tweet and knocked to the gold bugs. Who they're trying to convert or at least undermined powell was saying this more. Like a giant shooing away. A fly gold is to him clearly. Irrelevant an unimportant antiquated part of the fiat system that he sits at the helm of in that way a substitute for that thing does not present a threat

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"carsten" Discussed on The TWIML AI Podcast

The TWIML AI Podcast

02:03 min | 8 months ago

"carsten" Discussed on The TWIML AI Podcast

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"carsten" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"carsten" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Up on outlook weekend the Belgian Carsten attend doctor who conducts the choir for people who've had the vocal cords removed give syncing is an unexpected challenge what will the world ever he can because it would seriously it goes on from and that's changed thanks for your supposed to get to play when you haven't got a voice box I'm just like I'm going to hear how they got on after the news BBC news read Jerry Schmidt Italy which is halted by coronavirus infections has introduced stringent restrictions on the movements of sixteen million people in the north and east across the nation's schools theatres cinemas and museums are closing the limits will apply until at least the third of April the prime minister is calling it a national emergency China has reported the lowest number of new coronavirus infection since January an indication that is spread is slowing the government says Saturday's sold forty four new cases on the Hoff the number on Friday president trump has signaled that he has no intention of containing campaign rallies because of corona virus the US center for disease control has advised people against gathering in crowds calling especially in older people to avoid them Mr trump has also said he won't make any promises to delay new tariffs on steel and aluminium imports from Brazil he spoke because he was about to host dinner with his visiting Brazilian counterpart Jody able scenario the two countries are involved in a trade spat over metal tariffs the Venezuelan interior minister has strongly criticized dozens of workers from the state oil company Petr Vasa who'd been arrested for smuggling oil minister Rev a roll call that behavior treasonous given the Venezuelans were queuing at petrol stations because of US sanctions the Indian authorities have arrested the founder of yes bank the country's fourth biggest private lender on allegations of money laundering the bank is being taken under state control as it struggles with bad loans thousands of people have queued up brunch is desperately trying to retrieve that deposits and events are taking place around the world to mark international women's day designed to celebrate women's struggle for equality B. B. C. news when you like seeing you you end up seeing more over here please yeah that can be bought through that can be a kitchen the card sometimes it's you Thomas Mullins has been singing his whole life he began as a child in Belgium performing in a boys choir when you are in a choir and you forget about everything around you your just in that moment and it is incredibly powerful feeling in the last edition of outlook weekend we had a house this feeling shaped his medical career I had this his background as a singer understood how the mechanism of book and I wanted to combine both I wanted to combine singing and and medicine so he specialized in years nose and throat so that he could work with the voice but as well as singing and medicine the other key thing you need to know about Thomas is that he's very ambitious and energetic and if he's a gentleman he's an idea man he's got a thousand ideas I think every day is a wonderful because that's what he does eight and what he's done to some it might seem like the impossible he's created and conducts a quiet for people who've had their voice boxes surgically removed through an operation called alarm check to me most of them it due to throat cancer the choir's cold shower to cancer and sorry about in Evans is one of its members she told us about her surgery operation hi Liz I felt that and then I went in thinking can't can't when I came out headline I would be a different bass it wouldn't.

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"carsten" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"carsten" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

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Trump rallies supporters in Phoenix, Arizona

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Trump rallies supporters in Phoenix, Arizona

"Arizona folks president trump in Phoenix thousands of president trump supporters are already outside of veterans memorial Coliseum ahead of tonight's campaign rally which starts at seven PM in that crowd or people from Canada Japan and this man from Germany cars Carsten has son says he's in the minority of people who support trump in Germany nearly ninety percent does hate him Germans love socialism and trump stands for everything that Germans hate and Marie is a retired police officer from Los Angeles and came here hoping to hear the president talk about this all of the great things that he's been doing for our country how you know he supports the military how he supports law enforcement I wanted to talk about the job that he's been creating she's been lined up since yesterday afternoon in anticipation for tonight's

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"carsten" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:49 min | 2 years ago

"carsten" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Fox News on Debbie handling the house of representatives will vote on a Bill aimed at blocking President Trump's national emergency order to build a wall. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham made a prediction to pass the house with a handful of Republican votes that have come the Senate, it might get fifty one. It'd get vetoed by the president and Republicans will stand with the president to sustain his veto. And it will be better than dead Senator Graham was on FOX this Sunday morning futures. President Trump will meet with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN and Vietnam to discuss North Korea's nuclear program while there have not been any ballistic missile or nuclear weapons tests since the Singapore summit the US intelligence community says that the North Koreans have continued to develop both of those programs. Fox's Carsten Fischer in Hanoi on Fox News Sunday, the Oscars handed out tonight. This is Fox News. Next week in Vietnam meeting with chairman crewmates happening, again, a second meeting get off from a warpath with North Korea your meeting with history, we are not safe yet. Every day to make the world to save replace six hundred. And ninety two point one FM. Okay. Long before we go back to your phone calls. I of which big alert for anybody who's using an Android device is that oracle data cloud figured out a scam this past week called drain or back. We wrote about it over at commando dot com, and it had one time or another affected a lot of apps available on the Google play store. And this one's pretty bad. You might be literally paying for it. If you don't know what's there. But it does the secret downloads video answer your phone that you don't know about you never see the videos, but they're playing in the background making fraudulent ad revenue. And as these videos keep playing they're slow on your phone down. Maybe chewing through your battery all the worst part all the data that choosing drain her Botkin download up to ten gigabytes of hidden videos to your phone a month. They didn't give out the whole list of apps because not all of them are affected, but they did mention five by name draw clash of cans perfect three sixty five solitaire four seasons. Tension beats cinema vertex club again. We have a this list over at commanded dot com. In case, you want to check your phone, and then I ran across this story over at Gizmodo. And I started thinking about technology all the old technology. We have sitting on the shelves here. And the studios of the Kim Komando show if ever watching stranger things, the Americans or mad men might be saying where exactly are they getting all this old technology. Well in Brooklyn, there's something called the e waste warehouse. And they say that their purpose is to help people get rid of their old electron IX since a lot of those parts contain toxic chemicals, not meant for landfill. Now. If you live in the area, they actually want your old TV's, your cameras your phone, even your gaming consoles. Now, some electrics are refurbished put up for sale others stand out like vintage computers TV's radios cameras. So the next time you're watching what are your favorite shows? And you see that vintage I MAC or cabinet TV in the background. You may know exactly now where it's coming from. Because our very own Andrew babinski. You mentioned to me Andrew that you used to have a TV on top of a TV. Jess we had a really big TV that the screen went out. Okay. So instead of replacing the really big TV. My dad got a secondhand smaller. Tv put a blanket over the really big TV. So like, so like this'll be look like, it's a tablecloth wreck. Okay. And then put the smaller TV on top of the bigger TV because the smaller TV the audio was broken the picture perfect. I say so you had to change the channel twice. And by you had to change the channel. I mean, I had to change the child because my father's remote was get up and change the channel. Oh, I used to have to be the remote. I hated that. I mean, they I mean, I can still remember, and it wasn't a cake. Whenever my parents wanted me. It was because remember their New Yorkers, right? Kimberly. Kimberly, come change the channel Kimberly. And so even now whenever I hear Kimberly trouble. I'm like, oh, what do they want? Now. David in Harrington, Delaware. Welcome to the show. What's going on? Good afternoon. Hey, I want to be of service to my church, and I want to increase our ministry, and I want to create some podcast of individuals sharing their testimonies. And so I'm calling to give some advice from you about editing software. I'm looking at a portable digital stereo recorder to us both out in the field and in a studio so to say, okay. And then and then once I get this interview in the audio file all edited. How do I best present it online for people to download all right? So you want to get into the podcasting world. Yes. All right. Number one. Congratulations. I think it's amazing. Let me ask you a question. How many different podcasts? Do you? Think are available on the I tune store right now. Well, I would have no idea. I imagine thousands six hundred and sixty thousand podcasts. Yeah. Okay. Okay. Here's my second. Follow up question. How many podcast you think are getting updated say on a regular basis at least once a month, preferably once a week? I'm gonna guess maybe two thousand. Little bit low about two hundred thousand. Wow. So out of the six hundred sixty thousand podcasts about two hundred thousand are really something that people are going for and they're getting updated. Okay. And so you so you so in order to get into the podcasting world gay kind of have to understand basics. Okay. And so like how long should the podcast fee, right? You know, it used to be that a podcast was twenty minutes. Some podcasts are getting tremendous success. And they're only a minute. We have once called his consumer tech update. It's just a minute every single day. Tech news this week. It's fifteen minutes. Give us fifteen minutes, and you're up-to-date then the longer podcast you want to have at least say about thirty eight to forty five minutes. All right. Because just like on a regular broadcast. You have a radio voice were you ever in radio? Yeah. Okay. So so you remember we remember you used to do those commercial breaks. Yes. And teases. And here's what's coming up. Is that you you have to put them into the podcast too? Right. Right. And so even if that commercial break is we're having a retreat. And here's more about it. And here's where you go to sign up, or, you know, don't miss this event that's happening at church. So you want to start putting them in preferably? You do one in the beginning. And then you have like mid roll pre roll and roll. And so, you know, if you start looking at different for Matic's NPR has an amazing area that can walk us through podcasts basics. Just like what I spoke about. And so if you go to training dot NPR dot org as that they talk about a lot of this. I think you're already know because they'll talk about you know, editing audio and telling the story and good stuff like that. Which is very important. But then we, but then it also goes through various for Maddix and you being in the broadcasting field. You know that the audio is paramount because what's what's happening in podcasting is with what's already pretty much happened on YouTube is that it used to be on YouTube L was a viral video also was shot the wrong way. It's kind of fuzzy I can't really see it. But now people are saying I want really good video. I want to see the story. I wanna know the story k I don't want just that grainy video anymore and the same thing that's happening with podcasting. We used to be way couple of guys sit around the table, and they they'd have a talk. And then, you know, they'd save it as a podcast, and then bingo bango be good to go. Right. Not anymore. You need to have the the you need to have the whole setup. So in at the sanctuary church itself is that I would I would actually set up an area for you to do the podcast. And there are these podcast packages that you can buy one's called focus. Right. I've actually asked our our engineer. Our broadcast engineer Gary to recommend some products that we're actually going to be using it a tip. I know the one Mackey about Mackey they have a whole podcast bundle. Where you get the headphones the stands, and the processor and everything that you need in order to connect it up to your windows or your MAC laptop. Okay. Now, once you get it in there, our very own Mike, James, how many podcast you. You. Edit a week, my well, Monica edits most the commando on demand. But I do the tech news tech news today. And so what software is in five to ten say what's off where we use Dobie edition. What used to be called cool at it? But adobe audition is fantastic for fixing audio and cleaning it up. And then what should what would you recommend for him to use remotely because we've gone back and forth around this eight different times are actually very bought a remote like recorder in. It's called the Martinez. So they make several different kinds. But that's the one that we recommend. It's a stereo recorder. It has a stereo microphones can fit in the palm of a hand. It's really small so. Yeah. I was looking at this task Cam d one hundred. What was the name of the one? You just had Martinez Martinez. Yeah. It's got XL our imports as well. Then you can put a stereo microphone the top. And I'll tell you. I'll tell you one thing David is that if there's ever an and Mike you can vouch for us if there's ever a piece of gear that we buy it's always researched the best is absolutely. I mean, it's crazy. So I think between so is that that does that at least get you started on the way to podcasting heaven. Sure. And I appreciate that. Now. How do we make it available? To the internet. That's that is a whole nother question. And what you wanna do at that point is get involved with a distributor because that's the easiest way. Like, for example, we have pod net and with pot, and there are other people that are now getting in this business, but we already have the relationships with the likes of apple and Google and Spotify and Pandora and the list goes on and on and on. And so the whole idea is that you you you can go contract with us a site like pod net or a service like Lipson, and then they will distribute your podcasts to all the different services. So whether it's on the Amazon echo, or it's on Google assistant, or it's on Spotify Pandora, the list goes on and on is that you're all taking care of. Now, you can do it yourself. You can go and set up an account at apple as submit your podcast and go through all the approval processes themselves as well as that Google and Spotify impera. Anybody can make a podcast anybody can get it up there. It's just it may take a little bit longer. Because maybe those relationships are not as established as maybe a podcast network or any has those relationships so start getting the podcast together if any questions whatsoever. Just no, I'm your go-to gallon. I'm right here for you. And best of luck to you. I think everybody has a podcast and them just like I believe everybody has an e book in them coming right back into our digital life hacks tip and take more of your phone calls here on the came commando shell. Never miss the kitten commando show again Wasser.

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"carsten" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"carsten" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"One of the things I like most about the night platform for anybody doesn't is the ratings get rated themselves. So the quality of the ratings you know is taken into account, and I think that super important because it's it's lends more credibility. You know, I'm sure there's so many news sources out there. It's like, which ones can you trust? You know, are people being honest and unbiased, and that's harder and harder to find. So I think a platform that addresses that is very important. Those base, you know, we I, it's great platform. I mean, not seeing the beta version, so. You know, like I said, the very, very close to launching a finished product and of supersize themselves. We're going to be the first ones on there. So we're excited. Well, we're gonna go ahead and wrap it up karston we really appreciate you being on. Is there anything else you wanna leave with the listeners may be important dates to look out for where they can find more information about you guys? I mean, the best thing for everyone to do would be to go to the cornucopia dot IO website and put their Email address on there because we're going to oversee keep those emails in the lube, the closest that the telegram group, we also have a Rian telegram if anyone listening is interested. And you know, as far as dates concerned, it's really. It's just, you know, we're trying to around what's going on in the overall market with China time. This is, you know, we don't want to, you know, we don't wanna tying this and. Have you know, big coin, be tanking down to four thousand. That's just not gonna, be good for most people. So. I mean, we're pretty much ready to go. We, you know, we have a whole bunch of marketing that we're gonna do when we already to go. So I would just tell people to stay tuned and you know, which is trying to time an ear. That's that's. That's why we haven't made those those days official yet goal while thank you again, we really appreciate it. I'm sure the listeners are gonna be in this, so everybody check them out. Cornucopia dot. I o for more information karston. Thank you again have been thanks so much for having me on late everybody by..

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"carsten" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"carsten" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"It's just getting in front of a right people. So I mean, I think is if we could tell the entire crypto space world, you won't go about this. I think we could raise hundreds of millions of dollars, but you know, it's, it's, it's you gotta get through that barrier, get this out to people's possible. One of the things I was. Really impressed about looking at the website is the sort of companies that you know you guys are working with already, you know that you have access to their pre IPO shares. It's like it's major names. You know names that a lot of people have, I'm sure of heard of and probably a lot of names that people thought were public already. You know something like Uber, for example, it's like Uber, the big question and finance ever years. Like you know, zoo. We're gonna go public and it just seems like a lot of these companies delaying delaying delaying, but to be able to get your foot in the doors are really special thing, I think. Yeah. And, and honestly, that's why I'm in space because. It's just it's much easier dealing talking to a client saying, hey, I've got be you're interested in some Airbnb as opposed to be trying to pick the next winter on the new York Stock Exchange, or you know, when which SNP has got the lowest fees or whatever. So it's an exciting space. I'm not gonna sit here and tell you every single thing. We taught thing every PO out there turns into a big winner, but you know, there's nothing white like the pre IPO space in terms of returns. I don't think, you know, you know, company like docu sign. I mean, that was, you know, we had signs Lois twelve bucks and that's round fifty six now. So the, you know, they're big returns. The tension on big names. You know, with a lot more stability I think than than the cryptos face in Iowa's thought it was a little messed up that you know. I understand the whole being credited is very, very important because for most investors gotta be credit, be resume responsibility for buying some of these much, much smaller idea and the SEC they lump everything together, right? So if it's if it's a guy owns a bagel sold is trying to raise money. 'cause he wants a franchise that has the same risk profile in the eyes of the SEC as the Spotify, right? They're both considered secondary's. You gotta be accredited. So I always thought it was a little messed up that you know, some of these bigger names like Airbnb, Uber, they should be really open available to more people, and that's what kind of going to cope he does. And then also the liquidity does brought up before that's very, very important. Because, for example, I right now I've run for pre- ideal wants to them are still I'm running right now in ultimately. In a traditional pre IPO fund, they don't need to provide you liquidity? No. When you sign up paperwork, it says he's illiquid investments. You might not get your money back. So that's why you gotta be credited. The nice thing about porn. Acopia is obviously at some stage we're gonna be on an exchange. So for guys wanna get out of, you know, cornucopia people wanna get into cornucopia that miss the ICO of is going to be an opportunity to to do that, which you know, that's why I think is really brings the best of both worlds brings the liquidity of prep though, and removes the restriction of being accredited from wolf free. Will they accredited thing like I've always thought it's sort of like, I, I'm sure it was done with good intentions to protect investors, but I really think it's turned into a negative thing in hindsight because it kind of results in people who don't have a lot of money still having not a lot of money because they're cut off from all these really good opportunities. And so, I mean, if you can't for people who can invest in this sort of stuff. Like accredited investors people's connections, it only helps them get more capital, you know, which then compound to rich coverage. Yeah, exactly..

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"carsten" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"carsten" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"And then also once that money is put back back into the into the index is going to be great for the people are to get into or token because now all of a sudden is going to be this money to be complied again and they can participate in that rate. How does the decision to sell get made? It is that. That something that team at cornucopia takes care of or what are the criteria if so that they look for. Okay. So if the company, let's pretend the company has an I field in some of the approaches needs as a Courson I'm looking for shares of we work in. We have shares, we work in, I in, you know, they all, you know, we, we work at fifty in offering eighty in, I think at the time that's reasonable offer. What I would do is we with that out to a vote in the community and hopefully they would dictate yes, that sell it that sell half of it, whatever the community says, Oviously we we do, and I would always be present them any idea that I thought was reasonable. Then as far as the IPO is concerned, once we're able to liquidate physician in that always up to the company, depending on the rules and stuff like that. Long story short, it will be the same thing. I don't want the burden of when to sell on on my shoulders. I give that to the token holders and that again is it's better thing just to make sure that we pass the Howie test, will that good stuff. So to be entirely up to the horn community. And we would say, we're gonna take votes for the next five days. At the end of five days, majority wins it would be simple as that when it comes to the sales and the token holders get paid on that profit. If there's one immediately wrecked. Yeah. I mean, it would immediately. I mean, I guess over take us what Koppel days to process the payments. But yes, they would get paid soon as we would be able to facilitate it. 'cause you gotta remember these transactions are going to be done see at, so we gotta take the converted back into crypto, and then people are going to say, hey, I want ether. I once tether, whatever it is. So there's a little bit of a process, but I would say that's not gonna take more than weeks. What are some challenges that you guys have run into? Obviously were in a really, you know, kinda ugly bear market which has got to be a challenging environment. Tough on. What are you guys saying in terms of the crypto spaces, a hole, or what is your impression on that? The overall market condition is the biggest hurdle? I think because. Look, I've been in cryptos face, you know, I've got a bitcoin mine. I got master knows. I mean, you name it. I do it a love. The space is it's a little bit, but the point is it's been kind of brutal and I just think that people are very skittish right now. This is completely different than the crypto space, though it's in crypto, but it's much much more stable because you know we don't get you that exposure to outside market. Yeah, yeah, exactly. Because we don't keep anything bitcoin in Syria, right? So the, you know if we were typical crypto fund that had everything bitcoin cerium in bitcoin is Aaron go down thirty forty percent. We would down thirty forty percent. That's not gonna happen to cornucopia because it's either gonna be in CEA or it's gonna be in these pre IPO confidence. So I'd say the overall market and just on a personal. No, I would say I mean, I get in dated with everyone in their mother. Trying to help me raise money for this ICO meetings Icee I get at least twenty thirty emails day. That's probably mild, the number of people that against trying to. Send me messages on telegram, like, you know, you know, people come in on saying, I've gotten ten messages on on telegram from civil man, like everyone else in complete horse shit. But I guess those are some. I think Nova grants actually tweeted today was that you know, he's noticed it like sure. The market itself, a coins are getting crushed right now. But when it comes down to these, the ICO's the private markets in a sense says, it's boom. It's not slowing down right now. So that is kind of an interesting thing right now yet not. It's again for me..

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"carsten" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"carsten" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"And then on the way out to the communities votes. On other words, you know when it's time to sell something that you mute, he's going to be able to vote. There's also gonna be times where you know people know that we, let's have a position of bird right? And then people are gonna say, hey. You know, I know you've got a physician of bird. We wanna buy your birds. You don't always have to wait for an IPO to happen to make money. There's going to be other chances opportunities in the secondary space where you know people in income in a really comes down to the amount of money. The company has raised how much growth is done. So no, for example, company like SpaceX. You know, those shares have gone in the last, say six to nine months if guns from one thirty two hundred. So that's where you could turn around. We sell those had them and locking profit and has my feel so you know for token holders. Now what would is there like a luck appeared kind of thing that they're going to be dealing with? How does that all work now on for them to get their share in the profit? You know, right. So the way it works is. You need a thousand tokens, which is a hundred bucks to get onto the night platform to participate in the rates. The reason we made that happen is because there's going to be information in its unity, right? So that might be people putting out reports and stuff like that, and we just didn't wanna give that information to anyone. You know, somebody's gotta bucks of Florin shouldn't have access to that, so you need at least thousands hope get on. Once you get onto the platform, you're going to participate in the rating system. So you know, let's say you picked every ABI. One of the things that we've done is you get paid on your participation. Your rating in the last piece of the puzzle is how many tokens you hope. So what we've done is you're gonna you're gonna pick, let's say, pound here, right? You can count on tier. You get a rating of eight point eight in the time you've gotta sounds. And then what happens is. Pailin tear announced, Pollick stock, is alone newspaper in, you know, we think that there's going to be huge upside. It gets priced couple hundred percent of both where we bought it, everyone's excited. The good thing is even though at the time when you voted for pounds here, you might only had thousands tokens when it's time to pay the reward. At the end, we base it on the number of tokens you have at yet. So that's kind of going to help a support the token because you're gonna own more of the token when it's time to pay for a reward so that they can participate more in..

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"carsten" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"carsten" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"So you know if you've been an employee Pailin tier, for example, the company's been around for fifteen years. They haven't gone public. There's nothing you can do your shares, right? So that's where I come in. I come along either by the shares. From your with, obviously the goal of buying them at of major discount. Well, below, even IPO price. And that's why you know the big money gets made in the pre IPO space. And you know, that's an just very quickly to the. The problem is too because these companies are waiting so long to go public. You've got will these frustrated employees a lot of times gone, you know, cash out, you know, I've got to buy a house guys, getting the voices. Girls get divorces. All kinds of stuff is going on in people's lives. They can't wait Willis Bill. Yeah. I mean not necessarily cheap, but the point is, you know, we get good. The plan is always always to get a major discount, right? What we proceed, the IPO prices gonna be guarantees, but we do our best. Yes, it's funny watching. I mean, the story just came out today about tesla today. I think it was yesterday perhaps about tesla, perhaps going private, and a lot of companies are choosing to either stay private or go private because it's better off for them because when you go public yet. You get a lot of capital, but you also have to answer to shareholders every single quarter. And if you're not living results really quickly, I mean they punish you for it even if it's not necessarily in the best interest of long term health of the company. So I think one of the things that crypto allows is a product like this, where you can create incentive system where it allows people to get exposure if they can't get exposure, and it allows the quickey for people who don't have the critic. So I think it's a really good product, and it's interesting how it works in with the ignite ratings platform, which we've interviewed in the past talk a little bit about the IPO or the pre IPO ratings, how the community forms those what goes into them. Okay. So the community is going to kind of dictate everything here. So basically what's going to happen is once we have the platform up and running and we think that the rating system will be done in September. We expect to be done with our CEO end of September. Inning really start doing the ratings in October. Again, some of these people keep asking me about the dates. Everybody knows what's going on with the crypto space, so we know we wanna make sure we doing this at the right time in the right way, like rush to get this done. We wanna Michou good job. So the way it'll work is basically we're going to be able to onto the night system in. There's going to be the selection of companies that I currently have access to can have. Prices is gonna have information like the last round financing. So people understand, you know, when BlackRock invested, they eleven bucks. We can get the shares right now at nine bucks. So they have a genuine standing always. Then what will happen is community will rate, you know, give ideas, one, five star rating. Once it has a three and a half storing and enough of the community has voted for it, that will be enough for me to go out and purchase a physician. Now, the number of positions this is up to where looking to have is we're gonna buy at least, let's say ten up to twenty percent of the assets in physician. So we're probably going to end up with six, seven companies in the reason we're going to end up with six to seven companies. I don't wanna put twenty companies in there because you twenty companies in there. You have one that's winner. You know, I, it doesn't have a meaningful impact. Plus, you know, we're kind of buying these with the intent to kinda get lucky with the timing of the IPO's. So it's also not the crypto space where there's twenty new ICO's out every single day. You know, there's an end endless basket of companies to choose home. So you know, I probably say people say cars companies to end up with, if you go, for example, to of CNBC disruptor lists. Disruptor fifty is the top fifty companies create veal companies that the CNBC rates we probably would end up with, you know, six or seven companies within that space..

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Aurora Kindergarten Teacher Charged With Sex Assault

Nick Digilio

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Aurora Kindergarten Teacher Charged With Sex Assault

"In twenty seven degrees this morning at o'hare prosecutors in aurora have charged a kindergarten teacher was sexual assault bardwell elementary suspended one evan donald two weeks ago us marshals arrested in monday michaela carstens child is enrolled bardwell from my kids don't want them to do anything like crazy like i wanna cry not kids to suffer through that i haven't done those facing several charges including predatory criminal sexual assault involving at least two victims under the age of thirteen a search mark condit's home in suburban in austin texas suggests that he was considering building and deploying more bombs of the type that killed two people and wounded at least five more abc's jim ryan tells us what was found federal agents who first entered the home that mark conduct shared with two roommates discovered not more bombs but components to produce more bombs it was enough to prompt evacuation of people living and working within a five block area last night.

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"carsten" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"carsten" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Now is the aca can bothers us studio with us of so excited from stacy all iot dot com in the iot podcast kick a stacy and that it i'm ready with my you can actually hit me now but it's so nice to see you we've never met that's true which is weird 'cause we done the show together you've been doing for more than a year now and i actually came not just to see you but also to see carsten has sia uber work with hennick a friendly voice have it all anywhere welcome it's nice great you're out for an event at the arm erbakan this week yes david tuck oh really would you talk about the internet of things are your expertise it we have a few things to show actually i'm excited i got the new invoked speaker the harmon carton a curt ta speaker inches of silly and the and i got my sonos uh my new son was one who that kevin love sat busy in and talk about that a little bit and and the i think we have another show until his father roberts here he always has a few a carson actually told me that this was no hell no no he's host of knowhow in this week an enterprise tech the digital jesuit himself father robert palace air could see you this as part of my uh twit poke him on tour at and trying to host them all i see you i see you all the time of course around the studio but we don't host that may shows together every once in a while new screen savers says nice to have you here don't like it you should hold there's no show you shouldn't be on your your your was knowledge is so wide ranging there's no show you couldn't be on i think the board for that is pauley geek appalled europol while i want a geek.

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"carsten" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"carsten" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"The first three meals free with your first purchase just go to blueaproncomhewitt slashed with big soap like torture free shipping to blueaproncomhewitt you will love how good it feels and tastes to create incredible home cooked meals with blue apron and i look at blue apron and i think this amazon should just by him because he's really pete blue apron customers and i know so many people many of our staff he's blew a huge use blue apron right garcia he's got uh two two boys and feeds a family of four th th that's when you realise no i don't have to go to the store to shop this is perfect this better than i would have picked perfectly right in fresh and delicious blueaproncomhewitt three meals free with your first purchase we had a fun week this week on twitter and i think we got two joshua to put together a little mini movie do you have that movie carsten let's let's let's while he falsely on twit and it and it is in fact oreo louis ugh is i have already idea how to swallow this right now a law is highly with a with a glass of milk knowhow at endoscope is is he said he didn't have to be discussed the it's not disgusting it's just a care my have day oh it's going to help you see any sort of microelectronics out but the mural naturally you probably consist in your mouth or you know there's also the most uncomfortable episode ever also tech news today.

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"carsten" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"carsten" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Bloody mary's color flour bread posted watermelon end it is i don't understand gluco so good at emily indecent superstring lake okay here my culinary recipes for the day you i guess legality who will now stacy it's an kuko now it's just a card that pops up literally i told it so many times about interested my recipes ever gutted liver tricep sake new pinto beans sour cream coffee cake banana egg pancakes mold wine semeck brussel sprouts moon doll guard bonzo beans set him enroll pancakes minister ony in sri colthart salisbury good means doocy it's just wavebird these are not late things i i don't make desserts i don't have a huge not not very often though flown it's i know i'm i'm terrible but in that i actually do search a lot of recipes on google but it doesn't shall be any of those so climbing about section when i took goma which by the way the added redesigned grew will now i don't know if you guys have gotten the new the new the new design of it i i'm still getting used to it but it's very colorful and very i icon filled and i dunno i am adjusting but yeah i can't find the the recipe portion hear cars gazza okay he's flying you'll rear oh way me if i went into all that went into more stuff i'm sure it would be in there somewhere i though i go through that result but i never idle on monday gould knows me minds up minds shows me the weather updates and then stories o c recipes for you get idea yet dinner recipes search for all sese you're so right first thing for me is pillsbury taco's skillet bitter face i shouted wallwork it knows you so well jeff then there's triggered rules roasted hobo dinners who was to eat hobos that's that's just a beard it's talking to you fee recipes for you cooking here we go try something new k got it baked mac and cheese it knows carsten well.

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"carsten" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

Rantin' and Ravin'

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"carsten" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

"The wiz a greater enemy is you know it can't be a passive resistance pacifism in the face of barbarism is suicide so if these people are coming with madness and guns we have to be prepared with madness and gut so they go lanya we don't go haining no no no we go julie go just as low as them and we eliminate them and i shine a flashlight on their sinking often that eighty one cannot take the high road with the insane one has to a when you're fighting duty incarcerate the prevent them from doing harm to themselves and others this is these people are an evolutionary leap behind us we have to eliminate them the way homo sapiens eliminated neanderthal us we have to make them go away they must become extinct get the new to chains record well whoa i hope this whole thing just this yes what i will say about this whole thing before i'd get into another part of this the nutshell is this is no reason for that naked to be with that woman and i'm a tired of call initiate out eminent people wanted tell me on the racist why wouldn't you as a black carsten aligned yourself with somebody who not only snag hates your people but speaks out against than it if only using you as an exception to the rule is not because she taken down black pena's now they see some type of moderate for the black cloths and i'm tired of people don't because listen white men would keeping black people enslaved it didn't stop them from going into the cabins in the sheds pulling out black female slaves in numbers and raping them.

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"carsten" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly (MP3)

MacBreak Weekly (MP3)

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"carsten" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly (MP3)

"Holding my ipad ten point five by apples ceramic apple wash by iphone seven as they please sir no no no no arba at eu level and good customer show your your wife's rose golput you over the top sir ways bag of you gluco gutter a gun of apple turned up will turn the by the fact with big old hit i have a bother maqutu ceecs before you come up with this yard in an absolutely and uh dear well we'll find out it's going to be an interesting september i once again of planned a vacation at a poor time leaving holiday yells dipped temper fourteenth do you think i'll be able to get that iphone tenth anniversary tishrin by said been used set it on air they're gonna hold he event the day i told them earlier no it's worse they're gonna hold the vet before i leave they're going to ship the phone the day after i leave yeah wait till apart to lead the pot i was able i was very lucky i was able to get the iphone seven plus before our last vacation and to just right before it and it wasn't it was of rise info wasn't what i wanna carsten went out and got one and i we traded when i got back because i wanted the the piano the jet play a role in i'm and you know i've never had a case of this what the fingerprints are uh and that's it's it's aged very nicely it's got a few as they said from abrasion micro abrasions along the edges but i think is still the most beautiful phone i've ever carried i mean that is a gorgeous were handsome bone yeah and imagine it without vessels.

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"carsten" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly (MP3)

MacBreak Weekly (MP3)

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"carsten" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly (MP3)

"With the snail and the intel chip pentium to shift on apple was talking about how slow until ships were the painting to is the fastest processor in the world quite shift inside it renew powermacintoshg3 is of to twice as fast think difference except of course in intel was furious and said that's not true butstevejobsthere was no love shared uh with the intel and the andstevejobs alerts yeah the the uh an apple there's the quite a few at risk in both directions but the reason i bring this up there's a great article uhkenseghal uh in his clincy goals observatory watchful eye and technology marketing called stevejobs and the missing intel inside sticki miss this when it first came out buti think carsten founded why is there so appleit'll help froze over as we will remember andi was very upset about it at the time when apple decided to dump the powerpc chips and go with intelwe're doing the show with that happened i think maybe not ii thought it was a terrible idea what we would year did they decide to of i2006 so yeah was tiger right oh yeah it was 10tiger doing the show codename marklar for those southpark and larklarr is that a southpark reference i think of southwark alien isn't it i didn't know that seems what you get for not watching another lady and uh steve uh decided to go with intel andkenseagal says i approached him with my biggest concern please steve tell me we won't have to put the intel inside logo on our max jobs looked him in the eye and said trust me i made sure that's in the contract said to this day you buy a windows machine almost invariably has an intel inside sticker would you have to peel off and then get the guru off it's very annoying evil he'll just leave it yet people do and it surprises me and there's a windows10 logo on it to see icing because i just find that it's it's it's is sticks up the knowing wellsteve didn't want that on his beautiful macintoshesuh but they but they did have.

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"carsten" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"carsten" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"So in nineteen ninety eight carsten brock is a tennis player and in a battle dubbed the battle of the sexes at the nineteen ninety eight australian open between this guy in the williams sisters venus and serena had claimed that they could beat any male player ranked outside the world's top one hundred so he was ranked two hundred and third and he challenged them both he was described by one journalist as quote a man who's training regimen centered around a pack of cigarettes and more than a couple of bottles of ice kohl lager it was on court number twelve melbourne park and brash had played a round of golf and consumed to beers before playing he took on serena and after leading five oh he beat her six one venus than walked on the court and he beat her six two he said afterward quote five hundred and above no chance he added that he had played some ranked 610 order to keep the game fun brush said the big difference was that men can chase down shots much easier and that men put spin on the ball that women can handle the williams sisters adjusted their claim to beating men outside of the top three hundred fifty i feel like that's pretty hard to argue with if you want to find disrespect in one it is the john mcenroe said i understand how it is that you can find disrespect in it and i want to listen to women on this but i will not have statement of facts become sexism and they're just statements of fact party argument is is that greatness uh does not necessarily equate to strength and vice versa and and i just find it on behalf of women i find it demeaning that serena williams historic accomplishment would be put in the context of could she beat a man it so off point in in i think it demeans what she's accomplished d they choose the greatest tennis player of all time yet i have no problem i i have no problem saying that budget that you would be demand say i felt like i feel like you guys are saying that used to be politically crowded geez i that she is the most decorated she's the most common the history of her sport guess how do you to find greatness.

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"carsten" Discussed on The Document

The Document

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"carsten" Discussed on The Document

"Which is what we're going to do here in this first episode of the document if the story of a veteran camera person who captured a pivotal moment in a young soldier's life and she only realised eight years later i call this episode body language so i'm gonna do the obnoxious thing of making you repeat the question so when i ask you what your name is the answer is my name data so what is your name my name is carsten johnson and and what do you do i am a documentary camera a person and filmmaker this year i completed ffl my been working on for years called camera person uh and i basically went back into 25 years worth of footage that i have shot on behalf of other directors to sort of open up the questions that bean a camera person created in me and continues to create i really feel like i have to say that for about the first fifteen minutes of camera person i was like what is this it's just a bunch of random clip stuck together i mean some of its stuff that usually ends up on the cutting room floor like there are shots being set up or where you can hear kirsten behind her camera but then the movie grabbed hold of me and i found myself watching clips of herders in bosnia and cheerleaders at a college football game and i had tears just rolling down my face because humans are so awful and sometimes were so masing and because people like christon johnson are out there capturing it all in one of the really thrilling and wonderful things about being a came a person is that you have to be in the present.

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