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"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

04:52 min | 5 months ago

"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Names which the map too complicated addresses and all kinds of things As an NF T. so I owned by Core Petty Dot S. right or Corey Petty S. And all kinds of things and is it now my domain names which I own is an NFC which I can sell people own like the names of their businesses. They are the names of all kinds of things and this is now a token that lives in my wallet which I can trade instead of instead of relying on a third party server to hold onto this thing for me. It's just a token that lives on the line. Use It secretaries. Any other type of a domain naming system. What's gains value based on the attention that a garner say like someone has with the popular like early Dot Com? That got rid of the day was like shopping. Dotcom pets.com pets.com or whatever you can own pets that s and if they were to have the same kind of saying you could you could buy and sell it later it for a lot of money. But you don't have to rely on someone else to do that for you. You have it in your wallet. They lose it because you don't know how to handle your well if I really like the idea that spins into handshakes those Decentralize Domains Some sexy stuff man. That's that's probably the large the biggest. I went to This past year before code blew up and I could still travel around and do things I went to New York for the. Nf T. DOT NYC CONFERENCE AND. They're they basically had all the people all the big players in the NFC face proselytizing themselves and talking. About how much cheese are the future and there are some large names. They're like I mean the NFL and it'll be never there. Because this only digital bobble is added their bare digitizing the likeness of Players at reinventing the baseball. But you can do so much more when it's digital and it's integrated and then we talked about the podcast in F. T. Right where like you guys have started using the concept of NFC's to Basically show what Give the audience away to show that. They've listened to an episode. They call the proof of listening token so they they basically say like here's the URL to go in and download the NFC for this particular show and the only way to get that is. If you've listened to the episode's you have proof you listen to a specific episode. It your wallet and then you have a way to like do cool things when you've done this a certain amount of time. You didn't have proof in your wallet. This says like I've listened to fifty episodes. I've listened to one hundred percents. Listen to this episode and that allows you to have one to show that like help kind of your participation in something as well as allows us to Sean. Look into a wallets and be like. Hey No here's a special gift to someone who meets it matches this criteria. You've listened to hundred. Here's a gift. Here's how you can prove there's no other good way to do that at all. We should do that man. We need to follow up with them. I forgot about my time is very limited. Okay we'll here's a poll his to the audience out there. You obviously know that Corey. Nakatani gets stretched thin. If you've been listening long enough if you want to head up a Immediately Project To where we launch empties kind of in the style crypt pocket. So before you say anything already taught to them I I can make the connections. I can get the work done if you have the skills to do it. I can set it up for you to do it. It's not the connections with their the desire to do it is there. I just don't have the free time to do it myself. So Corey could borrow some of your time where you could help us set this up. So we've already talked to the backward podcast to help us set it up But we'd love to do this. We'd love to have you guys have like sort of badge of honors of which episodes you listen to You. Or how many episodes listen to you So we can start to use them for for unique ways to kind of rewards. You guys for being awesome listeners in awesome audience so that'd be that'd be really cool thing you can do. I'm excited to see what people ended up doing with this technology because like I remember before. Nfc's became a thing The like supply chain was a big deal right track. Prominent Strelka history auditing supply chain. And just like in general is a big thing and this is one of those required.

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"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

03:51 min | 9 months ago

"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Again the mouse yellow brick Mosab. You asked them out for men council datum probably go man. This shit is common sense. That cannot his troubled would them again. I'm spanky risk. Bank is with us to see a glass half full drank a little bit babysitting to thank the Bishops and Jada Pinkett Smith Cove snatch Michael upon the bracket back his antivirus stop. Let Tomato popping up on a grant ed guys welcome back the block channel. We're back for episodes sixty six. We've had quite a long season season. This season of speaking to a wide array of different influencers in space developers speculators investors etc.. And today. Hey is no different I think we have a really also set a guest on today working on a very interesting Series of technologies. That I think will really to help. Bridge I crypto defy into the real world and tangibly into people's hands but we'll get back to more of that in the moment But this week I am joined with my co host Dr Corey Petty for the Bitcoin Pike. Cats Corey can you give yourself an introduction to the honestly. y'All know me dot Corey Petty. I I love talking on block channel. Do some pretty good instruction awesome and of course. Of course we've got some really awesome guest this week. So let's just go ahead and keep this introduction short so you can get into the gritty of what it is one talk about Joined by both Paul in Cameron Co founders of a company called Kong cash in before we get into kind of what Cong- is in why I'm excited about the company weather on our show today Cameron or awesome. When are you guys? Were to just take the lead on giving us a background on more on who you are as people and sort of humanize yourself a little bit before for we talked about all the cool technology. You guys worth. Yeah definitely thanks to even So this is cameron and Paul and and we have a history of working together on secure IOT products for the last decade or so We built this smartphone controlled door lock so that company just about a year ago and realize that there's not a lot of folks working on super interesting hardware in the Corpus based outside of wallets and we thought making crypto. Tangible is actually really important so that people can get a better grasp what it is and actually start to use it for things like buying goods and services out in the world and so my my personal background with Crypto is that I heard about it in two thousand nine from a mailing list Setup the client on my computer on my old map book back dead tried to mine a block block spun up my fan too much and I'm like you know what screw that's forget about it and then came back background Did a little bit of GP Mining in twenty eleven before our company got too busy. And and you know I still have my GP minor but didn't really didn't really get anything out of it before before setting aside and then got a little bit more interested at at the intersection between hardware and Crypto Brown twenty. Sixteen twenty seventeen. Yeah so this is Paul. I grew up in South Africa. We will import Ford Electric's business that my family ran there for a while but is always pretty hard to get Electronics imported into the country. fast forward about Ten years this was in got into like playstation hardware chip hacking and xbox one hacking says is in the game console seeing trying to put various modules on these computers. I'm just realizing that The silicon kind of aware that. We're all this stuff is up in terms of experience. The crypto currencies. I think are trying to buy some dragon. Ball Z bootlegs on VCD the format using eagled in two thousand one.

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"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

01:49 min | 10 months ago

"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Izzo myself mutual. Hey Hey guys welcome back to block channel. We're back for episode sixty five and we're back this week for another awesome episode getting speak to A developer in the space that myself itself. Personally I respect a lot. And I've seen him around the space for past year and a half as he's grown in notoriety and in continue to bring more efficient developer tools and insights and basically just keeping a a uh his hand on the pulse of Durian developers in their struggles and then also like having a keen insight into like real world you X. and Kinda understanding like where that bridge needs to happen whereas at like matchstick Aha moment that kind of like really makes crypto stick. So that's kind of the the ethos of the show in in also kind of generally the whole purpose of the season two is she's like just get into the mind of people who have very positive sentiments about where the industry he is going and I can think of a more positive person than Austin but we'll get back to him in a second but I am of course joined this week by my other. Two faithful co-host the metric Ferguson. Dr Corey Petty From the BITCOIN podcast Hopefully you'll see up there syndicated as soon actually Mid New potentially like after this episode Ah Glad to be back back on that channel soon but the metric Petty you guys want to introduce yourself to the audience afford the sixty fifth time. Yeah Hey everybody. It's a De Dietrich over from bitcoin vodka's going to be back a rather upset. I spend.

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"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Injury Kind Casanare to are a welcome Oakham to hashing it out a podcast result to the tech innovators behind blocked in infrastructure decentralized networks. We dive into the weeds to get at why and help people build this technology analogy the problems they face along the way home listen to learn the best in the business. You can join their ranks Welcome back everybody. I'm your host Dr Corey Petty. You're listening to hashing it out. Colin is not with us today so that came up last minute that he had to attend to it will be with next week or the week after depending on takes them to attend to those things today's guests we have. La from CEO Bolt Labs why don't we do the normal introduction and tell us how you got into the space. We can talk a little bit about La Bobo about bolt labs but I think the majority of the conversation is S- security focused in interesting things outside of kind of bolt labs but also like tangentially useful for lab so hey corey thanks for having me on appreciate the the opportunity to talk about security and bolt labs so my background is in cryptography and specifically script graphic engineering and software engineering so I basically combined you know apply catastrophe with you know writing code at Johns Hopkins worked on a lot of problems related to transitioning shing theoretical advance crypto to the real world so I built a lot of libraries and compilers programming language tools to to.

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"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"<music> all right. Everybody welcome back out as all its. I'm your host dot of corey petty and we can welcome back my co host calling from shea said what's up everybody garlan what's up everybody colin at the old the old team back today. We're going to bring you a different. Maybe content same same style not as developer focused but kind of developer focused. We have table anderson from consensus tacky on part of consensus labs discuss. What's liked to make the jump between i'm an engineer. I i wanna start a business shit <hes> april once you give us a quick quick introduction as to like how'd you got introduced into the space and what we're working on now sure sure sure yeah <hes> and i can definitely relate with that. Oh shit moment. That's for sure <hes> yeah. I'm managing director of tak. Yan which is blockchain focused accelerator for early shops in the ecosystem. It's part of the <hes> the ventures arm at consensus <hes> and <hes> yeah i i would say <hes>. Do you know how i got into the space. What truthfully there. There are two versions of the story. There's the not suitable for adults version and then there's the p._g. Thirteen eighteen version <hes>. I'll stick to the peace of p._g. Thirteen version of this for for now <hes> i <hes> i spent years of amidst misspent. He's in <hes> in finance <hes> at <hes> admiral engineers tissue cash management askin <hes> and then i left and started first couple companies on the first you failed miserably <hes> that one was a fantastic fintech company. That was a retail company. <hes> and my third company finally got a little bit of traction so <hes> you know i've i've been kind of in the started startup scene for quite a long time <hes> and then <hes> and then spent the last six and a half years cut of insecure and residents at a company called vein xfi intermedia <hes> <hes> and doing a lot of early stage startup growth type stuff for our <hes> our venture backed portfolio <hes> and one of my good friends who's now <hes> today. The one of the partners partners of of consensus labs is getting sean change to phenomenal human being <hes> you know the the kind of guy that <hes> that <hes> is really good about finding people who who are curious about things and and always always there to lend a hand and give give a valuable resource so charlotte we're having dinner one night and i was highly highly highly skeptical of <hes> of the crypto <hes> space at least from like a financial asset standpoint shamas my buddy that i would go to and we'd have these really late night conversations conversations and so one in particular over thai food and and <hes> a ton of wine i <hes> you know we we start talking about a couple of aspects of blockchain that i was really curious. Sense sense of supply chain with something that i was kind of a pecking around the edges come during my nights and weekends <hes> and he goes well. You know what what makes you. What are you interested in. What what part of blockchain is most interesting to you and i was really really interested in <hes> in token izing ruled assets <hes> and <hes> and and and market discovery for assets and so he dropped a white paper on the i think it was <hes> if i remember correctly was the dharma white paper i ju just as i'm heading into to toronto with my my girlfriend for the weekend and i ended up holding to a airbnb living room for the entire weekend reading white papers i came back and i'll say hey i you know all right. I'm i'm kinda hyped. Let's let's let's talk about this. <hes> i've been a consensus for <hes> since january <hes> and <hes> and now running our ventures <hes> accelerated program tacky on all right. We'll give a quick question as to what tech yawn is like. What's the what's the offer that provides the different than their sure. Yes attack ian <hes>. I'm assuming your audience paulina's consensus but everyone royce consensus. I think okay so within consensus we have a venture aren't ventures arm which is <hes> consensus leaving in invested in north of one hundred projects objects on some of the key pillars within the system and fewer.

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"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"In the business. You join their ranks. Back to the show, everybody. Actually it out. I am your host as always Dr Corey petty review, my host, co-hosts, calling Kuche. It was everybody calling. What's up, everybody calling today's episode? Awesome Griffith is here with us and creator of the burner wallet. Very notable projects in the space right now, something very useful in going quite rapidly. Also a man of many talents doesn't much thank. So why don't we pass it on over you? Give us quick introduction as to kind of how you got started in the space and what you work on. And while you're here. Guys, thanks for having me yet. So I got into stays building games, actually, I started building a couple little games and a loved it and spent months had heads down, making his hand painted game in then at the end of those months, I launched it, and open give it shit. So it taught me a lot about those iterative process, and also that you can't just kind of. You can't expect users to have Ethan understand gas and have all that on boarding. So I kind of moved into that world of on boarding you ex and I spent a lotta time learning about meta transactions eventually burner wallets that kind of brings us brings us to today where I I'm just trying to drive forward is much adoption and on boarding as I can with things like games and burner Welat San making it easy for users to use this awesome technology of ours. And one of the efforts you have in, in, in one of the things you're doing inept for this is your actually producing a lot of really high quality content at in detail explains the process thought process behind, what you're building in illustrates. In showed shows, it actually working. So it's like a live demo on things to go up. That's what I needed change. You still like explain why in where the issues are. I think that's really a unique approach. That most people take time to everybody wants to in polish kind of way of doing things. But you're spitting polished in a way that shows the evolution of what you're doing. And I think that's a really interesting social media approach to engaging in. It's been very effective for you. Your videos of trended quite a bit in its hope the borough. A lot. What made you decide to go with that, approach just out of curiosity? You know, social media creator, this point like, what, what made you take that more relaxed engaged approach with your audience? Awesome. Yeah. Thanks, thanks. I, I guess I started by just doing it. It's interesting. I think a lot of this, actually the lot of this answer sort of relies on my tech stack and clubs and aparatus. So I built a few sort of orchestration and, and dapper building, scaffolding apps, sort of. So I wanted to be able to just dive in be able to hack Ifan with hit the ground running, and not have a bunch of stuff that I have to do that wrestles with the blockchain I wanted to you'll the focus on the app. So in making those gains back in the day, I kind of learned that I didn't exactly like triple is matching it wasn't it didn't work the way I wanted to in their things missing with with building. Dab. And so I made my own text stack with Clemson Depp Rattus, where I don't have to worry about all that stuff, as, you know, compiled deploy and, and also jets those contracts into the react components and I have a contract loader in an event, Parsa, and all the things that you need to build a dep- already to go, like, just folks building the app. So I started by just basically doing screen tests of how to use Clemson, Deb Rattus. But I think to, to really answer your question of, of interational and kind of raw string casting. Thanks, thanks to Clemson. Dapper addis. I think I can really dive into a problem pretty quickly..

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"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Welcome back asking out sold forty seven and as always hosts starter Corey petty with my co host trustee co host calling from shea say Hello. Shea. That is my real names. Greg rut, retract stick with this. Really? I'm really Craig right? That's actually why can't I get that? Actual name out of my mouth properly. Like every time I got a little thing going on. Like what? Craig rice. Oh, I go full refund whenever I try and pronounce his name. I don't understand that one. This episode. This is something that I've been wanting to do for a long time, actually or maker Dell at cockle had back and services you make. And this is a system that everyone at has become quite big. In fact, I think the last lengthy, oh, medium blog said they have gained the largest user group so far in terms of decentralized finance, but it's, it's, it's I guess their main product is a stable, coin call Dow, but the way in which it works isn't isn't straightforward. I've always wanted to try and get at least a quality with explanation or have a conversation with someone about how all of this works together. And why people back at the way they do so into the show, Nick, why don't you give us a quick introduction to like you are how you got into space and, and, and we can start from there. In the space around two thousand sixteen actually I was working at IBM on hyper ledger. Which is they're kind of Terry five blockchain. And kind of, you know, a theory I'm was was making the rounds and I got hooked on that, and I was telling my boss, I know Alana resources on hyper ledgers thing, but, you know, theory of public chains like this, you know, really where this is the game changer on a moment. And you know, it was always like shut up, and eventually, I was like, no, you know, you should up like I'm gonna leave and joined make. And you know. Great story. Sounds like you made the right choice. My old boss at IBM. At consensus last week that Wolpert. Yeah. We're yeah. It was funny because when I left he told me I was making, but biggest stake in my life. And now he's a much nicer about as like. Humble pie there. Let's let's, let's. Okay. So the way I think most people have of you of maker and die is that maker, somehow produces die. Not, that's the case cleared out. The case, we'll get into that. But what most people are doing in terms of the centralized finance, and you're acting with die is, they're basically bonding f- to somewhere. We'll get to what that is, and say, it's over collateralized, and then by doing that they meant die, which means that they put f- somewhere and they get so at five percent of that in died..

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"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Hello. How's it going out? They y'all host number two d. Aback host three Dr Corey petty. I am looker Bagdhad. I am no longer still kind of sick. But not really sick. But I can talk Barrett. Were you sick or was your throat hurting both? Okay. So it was more than I wrote my throat was hurt because of sick like raw. I didn't. I didn't talk that whole day. I thought you were raw from yelling at your wife all day. Oh, that's what happens when my throat's raw. I'm the only one okay yelling. Aired. That's that's bad. That's bad. His bears yellow there. I thought we could have just bonded over similar wife. Yelling. Kim I'll get there. I'll get in that boat with each other. I tried to the thing is you don't raise your voice at someone who's a trained therapist because it's like it's still such a mute point. Like, I got really frustrated one day. I tried to start an argument, and they started yelling. And she was like, here's the thing. I'm not gonna talk to you. While you're using your voice that high, and you might as well, not even open your mouth, and I was like. Let me say you're not gonna you're not gonna chapter eleven in your in your textbook. You're not gonna use that on me. No it worked because I try to go true black, and I was like hail no debt you go. Listen today. She was like she just didn't say a word, and I was like why I need to calm down. I can't marry a woman that can't body. Let's talk about crypto about that. So I'm just I'm just I'm just joking. I'm just joking. Josh. I'm just joking. So happy. Yeah. The prices looking good. But we don't have to talk about that. Now, we do. I think we do. I think we we must we have to. We have to kick off the show with it today today is the eleventh. Of may it's got bay. Sorry. I can't help it when it's may. And the price is what? It wasn't seventy two hundred but a retraced back. Yeah. Seven seven south on. I think I just got. My phone's been going off is the first time I phone. I have alerts that like any time coins. That I watch move over three percent within a certain timeframe get alerts on my phone, and they're loud. They're they're allowed though. This is the first time you should begin the Lert sin like three months, Sean. What's that phone going off? It's kind of annoying. I don't want to rate. The now see bitcoin is at seven thousand one hundred nine dollars. That's going up. Ten percent from out sometime..

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"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"The bitcoin podcast episode number two hundred fifty five and I'm the first hosmer cello, and I'm host number two D hosts number three Dr Corey petty up everybody so not much man. I'm out here. Like cello Tron to avoid the internet because of injures is out. And I know not gonna see it for at least a week or two. So I'm really sad about not being able to see it. But I'm excited at the same time. It's one it's like, it's a good feeling. So I'm going to have to wait like. I'm gonna watch it for months and months and so. You're gonna oil it from me. Like last time. You're not gonna watch the twenty twenty three. Couldn't be like. What? What craze? Now, I'm not going to spoil anything because I don't even know what spoiled I've been avoiding PSA. This regard to start start show. And I want to start it off with basically this Mauer that was replacing desktop applications for ledger, the militias one that wouldn't ask you to re enter your twenty four word recovery phrase after a fake update, which base still you're still your private keys, all your private keys for your leisure. So if for some reason, you feel like you're ledger software updates and rest SU to reenter your twenty four ward security fries. Don't do it and go to ledger leisure website to figure out how to mitigate or how to get your your right proper legislative wear back under.

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"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Broker back. Everybody at the seven forty one of hashing it out as always on your hosts after Corey petty. And with me, my trustee co hosts call Cochet say Hello Everett body calling. Hello ever body, Colin and our guest today is somebody I've followed for quite a long time. I've always appreciated at work that he's done is Harry from micro you dig into a lot of scams to get where they come from trying spend a lot of time trying to keep people from screwing themselves over cryptos on a lot of work in that space. So aren't you? Give us a quick deduction. As to like how you got here you got introduced into blockchain high. Join my crypto and the kind of stuff you work on regular. Yeah. Say before I go into crypto. I a PHP develop the full an economist platform than I start to guessing entrusted in theory and decentralized applications and around that time I started seeing latest scams, and phishing people every day saying list still this money, and there was think radio around to help prevent people from losing them money. A pot from education material. So I bought browser extension coat ether. Dress look up that primarily kind of pivoted to become a demand Demane blacklist and we'd Iraq people away from at nine Demane send keep fun secure than it just grew. And join my Kripke. And. Nataliya today. So actually is interesting when you say drove my crypto that they bring you on specifically for the project. You Bill is my crypto taking some of the responsibility of the security into their hands. Yet, your other that product don't me kind of in their Rada. They will might will add time. And there was one of the biggest target so monitoring tons of might fishing kits and everything and then picked me up and I joined my trip day. And now I'm very heavily fixed on security site. The. I'd say that..

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"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Host the prefer gory petty. It's up guys. It's been a week not much, man. You know, Koya proud of you man, you didn't use to like. You didn't use the buy into your own awesomeness with Dr Corey petty for long time, you were like ABS core petty, and now you're like, look I own this shit. Am I Bohemia in away? You're not wearing the bowling sweater. I literally only do that for this podcast nothing else. What word for podcasting? I only do it for podcast. I never say. I'm a dog you royals. You don't walk around with a t shirt on. It says I'm Dr. No. Oh, I oftentimes I oftentimes tell my wife to trust me. I'm a doctor on things that have nothing to do with what I got my doctrine for for comedic value. That's about it. Even this robot that let you know he went got his PHD before he fights, sonic, said, doctor evil. Yeah. And then I believe doctor doom does this is well, I've seen people that own up to their PHD's evil. Dr Willie man, it's all part of my. Seated knowledge that you can't tell people your doctor evil. This may be be personable d ever use that that flirtatious way with your lady or you like anger. Let me let me study. You know, I can study. Now, but I do refer to my as my PHD piece. But the as abrasive. Johnson clever. I appreciate it. Grom right at this sheet as he doesn't quite appreciate the cleverness. But I do said saw matters. That is all that matters somebody as long as one of the people in the relationship is. You know, is it is it the same way for you in your your wife. Cello words as long as one of you is laughing it's appropriate. I don't care if she laughs. The joke is funny doesn't matter whether you laugh or not all right. So how'd you guys weeks? Very busy. Every week is very busy. It was not busy for me. Played a lot of a sassy creed odyssey. So nice busy doing side. Quests is that is that game? Good or it's just it's open. It's open world. So it's big time sink. It's in the world. Those open world games last stuff. You can't do you can do anything in this one. I do I have the time. How many times do you jump from the top abilities just to do that? Slow motion flip in here. The bird. A lot. That's the only reason I ever played assassin's creed is like oh, do the skydiving south of building. Of the games kinda. So someone brought yesterday in slack. If I can find it. I think it was something like what is changes got hacked, all their all their coal wallet funds gone. And I made a just no that wasn't the first time they were hacked, those the second time, they were hacked we go. Let's see breaking news coming from raybird acted a bit is attacked at its cold storage level over three million s has been transferred out eyeballs eyeballs eyeballs emojis. And detail reported confirmed by security firm, who's auditing bit them. Chelsea that hacker force on so forth. I made a comment how does it exchange cold Wallich, Jack and that was a type error because I'm typing on my phone. Gets. It wasn't very cold. Says prone varies computers that exchange in wait for the cold wallet. To be connected to one of them. Cobol doesn't never doesn't mean. Never touched ever. And that's where he's wrong. Yes. It does. It means never attached ever. Literally, the definition of cold wallet means that it never keys the keys themselves. Never touched the internet. Never. So the question is how.

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"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Now entering. Cast. Crypto. These three guys they have this big point. Hey, everybody. Welcome to the bitcoin podcasts that so number two hundred forty eight and I'm your first Marcello irst. You say her toast? I I'm your first host. Oh, that's a that's a host FOCA. I host. Yeah. Somebody's job is being a Hearst host, which has to be pretty depressing. If you think about it. But anyways, I'm hose number two d. I'm hosting for three Dr Corey petty. I am back for Brazil vacation. The victim said. Go alone. Now. I went with my wife and three other women. Oh. That previous friends that I met when I was living down there. And it was. It was trying to pack two years of experience to visit. That is a hell of a name trying to come into. This shuttle said you went. You said you were with your wife and three other women. It was that kind of trip or is that just the fact that trust now. Okay. All right. My wife works with she cited. She wanted to advise him her friends. And so they came to. It's one of those situations where like, so how's Brazil? It's like. I can't really explain it. You just have to experience it. So they're like, all right. I'm coming. Interesting shot him around. So what we know that let them meet the people that we know did all things went to corn of all nuts. All the things that kid people get to do. That is correct must be nice. Well, I mean people with kids can do do it wouldn't say much about their parenting skills. But they take off no impromptu carnival when you have kids. There was a kid. All time. Nobody said that they're great. Parents do. Hey, uncle remember, how you're my brother. You gonna take care of my kids for week. I'm out. What did I miss, but I miss that? Because like the whole time we get booking Airbnb. He's. At various places that we were going and evident it, and if they did I wasn't using it was at the beach or something like that. So I was it all the time. But I miss what happened. I know. If three hard forks, successfully that's a go. A theory. Had an upgrade which means a hard fork in the theory community. There's no Roger Vaires in theory of community to say like man, I don't agree with it as I making an entire different current. No, they just had hard four Kanana upgrade to Constantinople, not constant Opal. Which is what I called it like five times last week. What else happened though, you go people trying to delete point base like trying to delete R Kelly. That's still still going on. We're gonna talk about that. I wanna bring that up with other people to see like because that's been talked people when talking about that snack. So I also read almost everything that happened in the slack. I may have been drunk at the time. So I don't remember of it yet read it. Yeah. Coin base hired neutrino. And everybody said, hey, man, we don't like that. So people tried to delete coin basin in there, even instances of corn Besse. So silly. I don't get. I don't know. If I believe that. I don't know if I believe it either. It's feels really fake. But anyways, I'm not going to go investigate. I got other investigative journalism going on if you guys ever listened to just the headers we're trying to figure out some shit jesse's on mission this week, but that so coin basis doing all kinds of hey, we originally invested in by Goldman Sachs. So we're gonna start doing gold man's Zach seen like things which is to be expected. I mean, they're going for an IPO soon. If you heard it anywhere, you heard it here, they're doing shit, kind of align with what the financial incumbents need. I mean who surprise that's what. So from what I read some things and racial original thing was they had a third party..

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"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Now entering. Cast. Crypto. These three guys they have this big point. Hey, everybody. Welcome to the bitcoin pie casts. You just heard that. Awesome music by the Malaga the Lamont Landers band said. I right. Yes at right? Welcome to the big coin podcasts. I'm host number two D, And I and host them free, Dr Corey petty. Yes, it is the only way L dot door. Dr duck tour. Cello is hanging out with his family today. Yoga had to move the move the podcast back a little bit. And he didn't have the availability. So we're going on without him. Yes. Everybody make phone of them in the slack for being a family man, and how dedicated himself to the puck. A real man again or their family to do a podcast. That's right. So this episode two hundred fifty feels like a like a monumental moment. But we've. We've been podcasting awhile. We should be here by now. I think I think around two fifty I don't know maybe at a thousand all care. But it's it's like when you're like past thirty every birthdays, just like, oh, yeah. Birthday today it which I'm just going to continue doing this should have been doing forever now. Yeah. It's those will those milestone birthdays, right? Like when you turn thirty five. Maybe you're like oh shit. That's round up a bull. I think forty will be big one for me. I'll probably like a bitch. Why? Because it's like, that's it. There's no there's nothing left you forty third so much things to do get you get you get honorary man strength. Whenever return for like all match drank. That's like old man strike kicks in. That's when that starts as I. So I'd seen old man's drink. It's a dangerous thing stages. I just though like. Forty's really old. But then there's just forty. Oh, I'm sorry to everyone is forty listens to our show. It's not that old still young. Young whippersnapper like thirty four thirty five forget, which one to be honest and. Serious. I really don't remember ready four..

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"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Welcome back to ask it out. Everybody this episode thirty seven as always I'm your host, Dr Corey petty with my co hosts calling Kuche say what's up everybody. What's up? Everybody. Started thinking about more clever things to make you say the beginning of that getting a little boring. No, I like it. I mean, it's consistent consistency is king, right. Hook. You don't want consistency goes consensus, right? I said going with the seam of how everything works and currency. Consensus is the best. So our guest today is basically euro we have Matt and Ken on the phone or on the meat or on the Google hangout, or whatever you wanna call it. And why don't you give us a quick instruction? Starting with Ken as to how you got into the space and what they see your was about. Let's see in. I guess it was probably five years ago. I got real interested in bitcoin and wanted to learn more about it. So I wrote a bitcoin wallet. To learn about the technology and meet people and in those two dimensions. It was a big success. I didn't actually want to maintain a wallet for the rest of my life and went on to other things. But some of the things I learned while building the wallet were that. There was a lot of trust involved in that understanding where the secret material was held and how it was maintained with super important and that stuck with me. And so some of the people that I met specifically Miron Kupperman later, we got together and said what the world needs is much safer way to store crypto and thus Bassorah. Yeah. And I'm of the three of us who founded the company, I'm the I'm the newcomer to to crypto. I've only been more interested in a special Ed technical level for the past couple of years and companies about a year old now, and I was I was actually working with our own our go founder on a a a lightning network project kind of setting up a test lightning network and putting it through its paces just to kind of learn more about the technology and contact of his actually approached us and needed some help with security system for an exchange, and as we as we dove into that and understood the requirements more it became clear that this was not a one off kind of a problem. But that lots of other institutions, we're gonna face similar kinds of issues. And so we decided to turn it into a product. So why don't we that's a little creek overview of what what is base euro. What does the offering what he'll do it? What are you solving that other people are quite getting right now? So what we built is a is a cold storage solution for it's designed specifically, for instance itunes. So it's based on chain multi seg- we use offline key holding devices, and it's from the ground up designed for institutional custody of crypto assets. And we support a range of them bitcoin ether years, twenty tokens X, P and more..

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"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Everybody else today, we're going to change it up, and I'll be your host some Dr Corey petty. And today's announcements we are here with at Todd founder and CEO of digital futures adamant we start off by having you introduce yourself and letting our audience know, kind of how you got into the space and why you started. Using thinking joining the blockchain community. Sure. Yeah. Thanks meal. The show really appreciate it may Blockchain's dot will. Really? I I was a futures trait of years very short term like a scalpel time did a lot of trades very very small profits. Lotta turnover. So commissions to me were always very big deal. You know, even those paying very low commissions commissions on trading were a massive massive break. What I could do they would turn winning days into big losing days. Sometimes. So for me, I always just had this thing in my mind that I wanted some kind of wanted to create some kind of exchange way trade for free without trading commissions, and it was kind of a bit of a pipe dream. But when I discovered crypto cones, and I was kinda late to the party. It was really only two thousand fourteen and stuff where I really started looking at it. But then when I discovered them area, and you could actually create your own token, that's when it kind of clicked with me. 'cause I always just had this idea in the back of my mind about creating a commission free exchange. And then when I saw that you could create your own tokens. I got the idea that you can you could create some trying to trading environment trading ecosystem, where if you just trading in that token, you can't Drake commission free. And you know, you can you can make the money that you would have made from transaction fees. You can make that by mincing a small number of new tokens. Instead, so it was just a different kind of revenue model for running an exchange instead of transactions these these on trading than you just have a small number of tokens minted each year. So that's what got me into cryptocurrency. It was really from futures trading background. I was always trying to think of a way to get into commission free trading. That's that's how I want into it. So you basically kind of saw a vehicle for that pipe through fat for so long. The industry and. When did you start to realize that that was the case? This is something that I can do. And then started building digital this is what now for those that don't know. This is what did you does? This is what it offers talk about kind of the creation story for detect. And it was it was like just eighteen months ago. I think it was just eighteen months ago where I really really clicked, you know, just those my head. But then it really clicks really start. Putting a lot of thought and effort to really excited about the possibilities of it. And so yeah, it was around eighteen months ago where start writing the white paper, and I wrote the program little prototype that had for the exchange and just started when I showed it to people who would just go to very good reaction. So I thought maybe this got some legs, and I made website and just go to very good reaction for everyone. I showed it to and it just went from there just took on a life of its own. I was I was really short. It started off as just me with an idea. And by the time, we went into the ICO, you know, in the final two weeks before the I see we go quarter of a million people signed up on all weightless to join the today. And then the ice you've starred in it sold out in seventeen minutes..

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"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"corey petty" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Everybody. Welcome to the bitcoin podcast. This is number two hundred thirty six and I am your first house Marcello, and I'm host number two D, And I'm hosting three. Gotta Corey petty on host guest Ray redacted. Yeah. So we're gonna bring you on because this episode you were a part of for the interview. And since we're kind of changing the format of the show specifically for this. Doozy of an interview figure bring you on to provide a little commentary outside Doug about our our fifth guest hosts fifth guests. Cello snips. We are six guest host was cold air conditioning. It'd be a party. Cello is cello is shirtless in Texas because you can do that. They're for some reason, it is a seventy one degrees. So that's how my winner Christmas was going. All right. So I don't wanna do this. Let's see how how much how much do you wanna talk on the front end because as good amount of people who are listening to this episode who never have listened to us before specifically to hear this interview. Well, I guess I can start because I'm the one acquired this particular guest. And I think this is almost like a what's up this particular individuals at eighty Agassi. Oh, yeah. It's almost like a PSA because it's it's very difficult in the space to kind of separate the flowers from the weeds because all you can do you have a white paper. You get a spokesman. And then you get like a hundred thousand dollars, and then you can represent a company lied to the public. And then there you go you have crypto scam operation. So no one thought that Ronnie who was a stock analyst for twenty years with someone like this. They thought it was somebody that you could trust and people pay money to this guy serious money like thousand dollars to receive tips in I don't even know if it's inside trading tips about stocks crypto, and you get newsletters and his nine you can't we can't read to be very careful. We say things I didn't know if inside trading laws has bled over into crypto. But I mean, if you're getting about krypton stocks what's the difference it hasn't, but it's taboo in him. We can't even say inside treaty provides provides analysis on various things, and then his subscribers basically get that analysis and make decisions based on what he recommends that by in various markets. You know, he he splits those across multiple markets, and then 'cause 'cause ideas. About how much money to put in that particular bucket rela to all things things that bug as an investment subscribership. Now, I don't support these types of things. But like that it's as let's simplify for twenty teen. He's investment influence. He has influence on investments because he at one point time did a lot of research and people bought into that research. And now if he says, hey, go by Golders, a large likelihood that people that's the scribe to we're going to go buy gold or whatever he recommend. So he's a investment influence her and a little bit more..

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"corey petty" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"corey petty" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Bitcoin it's quite impressive. And you know, what that makes us all curious about entrepreneurship in the space. How you guys got started? And then well damn I wanna talk about your opinions about this. Because you've been doing this in been added for a long time. What do you think tense? Let's get into cello. I will agree with you. We are impressive. I I would say that you're probably giving us a little bit too much credit because really it's all the stumble effect. You know, it started with an idea in my living room, and it started with one show and that one show grew to shows and so on and so forth and outs a many headed beast. And there really was no, you know, sit down meetings between the three of us. It's it's it's all Ganic. You know, it's kind of like the market itself volatile with sometimes we lose show. Sometimes we add to it. All we're trying to do is funnel information to the masses. And you know, mass adoption hasn't been our core. Focus since day one about yourself. Yeah. Man. Tell us about yourself you. What about you? A little bit about myself, you know, in the traditional workforce some a designer of worked for pay pal and Dell I kind of get on technology floor. So crypto just a natural affinity for myself. You know, Corey and the got me into it. I always liked to have a side project, and the podcast was just a way for me, the kind of unwind for my nine to five and focused on a new emerging industry that I took a liking to so I could kind of self educate myself, so and that's kind of how it started for myself. Right. I'm end where were you located right now, I'm in central Texas and the Austin area all right hand. Cool. Cool. Let's move over to. Goodness, me my personal history. I guess I was a teaching while. I I learned about bitcoin. So I was teaching high school math algebra two and regression analysis, which is something that like all the teenage kids loved they really love my class, sir. Favors subject. I love math. I was gonna say there's gonna be some sarcasm in their spear sarcasm, his quite the opposite. So I was doing that for like four years. But right around my second year, teaching Corey introduced bitcoin to me and didn't I strike my fancy I thought it was fake stuff. Not gonna lie. Right. I didn't say Ponzi scheme. The dreaded p letter word. I just didn't think it would work. I was like fake money is not something that people will enjoy and I just kind of passed on it, but a little bit more about my personal background. Then I went into business consulting management consulting to be specific. Did that for almost two years? Yeah. You're an eight months before I left consulting to work with the network. So Corey what did I call it monopoly money? Yeah. I'm pretty sure that was the word you use like, I don't need your monopoly money. I could just go grab my own monopoly money out of this monopoly board game. Then he showed the white paper to me a second time and Corey I didn't really start getting bitcoin until you explain to me how mining works that. To me. I thought was fascinating. Like all these computers guessing numbers just to crack a code shot at the DC six in this case is the number small enough. Right. The number has to be small enough. And then you get granted new bitcoin. And then as I saw more and more computers challenged by more computers at join this network. And I was like, well, I could trust math in computation a lot easier than I can trust men and women with pins that signed bills that may or may not hurt people. But whatever I don't wanna get too philosophical. So we show me mining. And then next thing I know a month later, I had a mining Grigg. And we're minding light coin. And yeah, that's that. Right. I'm let's let's take a step back for I all DJ slide to all of you. So me and deem or college roommates, man, that's stuff money back. I would try to take the whole like we've been friend renewing. Anyway, I off I'm I'm Dr Corey petty. I I got into bitcoin way we have to stop you there for one second. I apologize Dr Corey petty. Yeah. All right. They go, man..

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