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Flaming Lips fans attend concert in bubbles

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:26 sec | 3 months ago

Flaming Lips fans attend concert in bubbles

"Concert over the weekend, the van finally hit the stage in Oklahoma City Saturday after the show was delayed due to high coronavirus cases there. At the concert, each fan or fan group got to enjoy the concert from inside of a large plastic bubble. The band was also inside of their own bubbles ahead of the event, front man, Wayne Coyne told Rolling Stone. It's a very restricted weird. That's understating it. Just a little bit. Wayne concert

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The Flaming Lips performed a concert with the band and fans encased in plastic bubbles

Z Morning Zoo

00:27 sec | 6 months ago

The Flaming Lips performed a concert with the band and fans encased in plastic bubbles

"That friend of yours who told everybody at the beginning of the quarantine? Oh, they'll still do concerts, but everybody will be in giant bubbles. Somebody is actually doing that the flaming lips That band was talking we can lead singer Wayne Coyne said that this seems crazy, but it's kind of serious. We're starting to get to ready to an actual show. There will be three people in each of these big plastic space bubbles, and we play two shows a night and we get a huge audience in there each time, so that's actually really happening. And

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"coyne" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:44 min | 6 months ago

"coyne" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

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Paypal, Banks and Real Life Infrastructure Inversion

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

05:04 min | 9 months ago

Paypal, Banks and Real Life Infrastructure Inversion

"When the hit reactions were dramatic CEO of Wyoming based Avantis Bank and passed on the showcase on long tweeted game on USOC sees announcement that it's following Wyoming allowing national banks to custody digital assets is great news for Crypto long-overdue, and hopefully we'll help the US regain ground. It lost to other developed world countries by dilly dallying for so long winters, equal customers and crypto venture capitalists. This will spur emanate boom as us. Banks acquired digital asset custodians, and that was only the first two of her twenty four tweet storm on the topic link in the show notes for those who missed it. In other parts legal mind mark, Coyne hoarder, and passed on the show Preston Burn tweeted I've never been more bullish on crypto today crypto lending, and saving maybe how the payment of interest becomes thing. Again, thanks are desperate for yield the faster they move the more market share there will obtain lawyers and bankers are definitely excited. But why does this matter and what is it mean? Jonathan let's start with you today. Well looking at it from my perspective of someone who's tried to do startups in the for some time, the largest filter that is a had versus half not versus based on the technical or Business Acumen. Or Merit of your company is to do with getting a bank account and keeping a bank account and being able to even have customers in every state I mean the whole point about the bit license was the fact that banks were refusing to service customers of people running crypto startups. So what this does if? The executions being the statement says it is is it means that we're going to enter an age where crypto startup can actually have a bank account in America and actually be serviced and not just be a crock in or a Gemini or Aucoin base, but actually be three people you know asking for bank services. So you know the government tends to break your legs and then ask you to thank it when it gives you a crunch and it's really glad to see that at least now, they're giving entrepreneurs a crutch. Because like spin broken for a very long time hang on. I'm a bit confused here because this regulation is about freeing up the ability of banks to directly custody Crypto, and at least what you're saying seems to be more about whether banks are allowed to extend. Fiat. King Services to crypto companies why do you think the two are related one of the purposes? As to why money transmitter licences became such a big deal for crypto services is that the act of transmitting your token your value instrument is itself currency or is considered a value transfer, and so banks would onboard in dollar terms the ability for people to get crypto. But if you actually wanted to engage in crypto related services with Crypto you yourself had to. Take. That on, get a custodial and become a money services business because there weren't any financial service providers that would do that for you, and so there are a lot of projects that I know of that have lodged. That are in existence that can't even deliver the tokens to their system to people because they're waiting for money transmitter licences because the act of. Giving it to their customers would be considered money transmission, and so I think that we become so blinded to think that banking means crypto banking for crypto means the dirty Fiat side of it and not the awesome crypto side of it and a lot of the crypto related activities now can be done natively by a bank, which means that as a small startup. Become a bank. I don't have to become a crack in order to be able to do trivial thing I wanted to do with bitcoin or a colored coins. So I, just want echo that on the one side our experience on the show with trying to have a bank account. Well, we've actually been d platform because the word bitcoin is in the name right and that was for a while fairly controversial, and then on the other side of things, the work that I did with token Lee we often found ourselves without the ability to have a credit card processor because even the. Idea of touching tokens that were non speculative in nature that did not have prices that could appreciate. Well, that was still something that was on the other side of we know what we're talking about right and so you had banks that were just wildly uncomfortable with this and even the high risk tolerant ones you know the ones that specialize in dealing with really kinda sketchy applications, even those oftentimes wouldn't deal with noncontroversial uses of. Tokens and sort of anyway. So just the clarity that. So long as a company is following, the law banks can interact with them that I think is a pretty major statement and a major change from the way the banks have at least behave to this point. We'll see if they actually do anything differently with it but I think again, we're going to talk a little bit later about kind of the pay pal announcement and Sort of this shift that we've gone through where Crypto was on the one hand kind of in the very early days, people would adopted or companies would adopt it and get kind of an earned press boost, and then that went away for a while as things got boring. Now we're kind of on the entire other side of that curve, but we're going to have that conversation for just a little

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"coyne" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

Pit Lane Parley

12:46 min | 1 year ago

"coyne" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

"Of Pit Lane. Parlay. I am your host. Mike Joke joining me this afternoon. From Dell coin racing is engineer Olivier boys on Olivier first off through the quarantine time high. Yeah doing pretty good. You know just trying to stay and and stay positive and and try to for. Walk down the road to go racing again. I definitely understand that. Only only a couple more weeks until we are to until most people are back at the track so over the next couple of weeks and now you you might not be able to talk in person with everybody getting work but are you guys starting to ramp up preparations for Texas with a lot of online meetings and the likes. Were definitely. Yeah we've been infection since you know after some because book we've been doing that and having some some meetings online we've old you're the engineers and stop in planning little bit. It was. It'd be hard up. I look knowing schedule But there's still so much we can. Do you know a team that goes with you. Know more time and more things to do than than people we definitely do. Try to treat that time that an extension of the winter and just trying to go down the road and try to all the things. We never have time to do in general. I understand that so before we dive in more racing. Talk I I have to ask. Because it's been a fund quarantine question right now. Have you come up with any fun or maybe not so fun? New Quarantine hobbies to pass the time when you aren't working whether be watching tiger king or James Hinchcliffe. The other day told us he was going to try to juggle but hadn't gotten there yet so there is a wide range of answer this. Yeah no definitely I mean. I have plenty of OBI in general which we know. Nobody yet already asked to get done during racing season. So I've been you know as a French guy I guess you know. I've been cooking Iraq and trying to do a new thing of new recipes and things like that and And gardening able to get my garden so good able to grant might tomatoes and also. I was able to walk for the first time in many many years. I've gotTA old seventy three Chevy Nova restaurant. I was trying to get done and be able to do to walk there so that keeps me busy for sure. I love all this so before we talk about current day. Indycar and everything going on with Dale Coyne racing. How did you get your star in motorsports? What led your your interest in to becoming on the engineering side of things. And what led you eventually to Dale. Coyne racing or that was that was a long route. Basically at all started back in France. I mean somebody young age I was always interested in like make any general and walking like mopeds and cars and engines and and I was looking to you know go through something different schools and and meet people who got me interested in racing and No story shot. You know at ended up working for some formulas routine in France and going to school to be a race car mechanic and and you know lucky to be able to raise going to Finland for walled. Righty We've driver Sebastian. Love wasn't very famous at the time yet. But you know and then got pretty excited about ready racing and got the chance to come in the US. At the time. I was supposed to be for six months. And you know it's been sixteen years so you know it's been a long journey but you know make my way through it and walk with a lot of interesting people able to walk again. Very Cowden. Wake friend of mine at been phone awesome. So has there been anybody along your motor sports career. That that you've met that you were star struck by maybe either driver or somebody on the on the business side of things and it became a very close friend is is basically you know game no from France knowing much about you know champ God the time and you know having that guy you know who won the championship many. I'm and you know Dan. I got to meet the kind. That was what I was. You know like like item reading the champion and so out we really really close friend now vacation together and that's awesome and so I'm I'm sad. Bashar won't won't be on on the team this year but happy. He still still in Indycar so last year. I believe was your first year working with obviously war. Working with rookie Santana rushing. I think you're working with them again this year. So how did he surpassed nations last year in two thousand nineteen and do you think? He has a `nother level in twenty twenty to become a maybe a race winner. Yeah for sure I mean I was very impressed. You never know when you get a rookie driver. You know you always expect you know people from Europe like that like you've been racing that it would be okay on the street course and wrote goals and you know all those guys all very fast at any given days in general but they're really good surprise you know was over. We don't we show up. I you not knowing anything and be like okay. Could we just need to finish and and it? Was You know amazing to watch? And where do you fun to watch and you know watching him walking a bunch of God on on your hair and it was like it was like really for the season on your voting general and I think this year you know we want to keep that up on the overall and we just need to qualify better on a course in st goals and you know he's good to speed question now. We just need to make every single little bit better awesome so with Texas coming up in now just a couple weeks you've had now a three plus month layover. Since the spring a spring training in Coda is there a away? You're approaching Texas may be a more conservative set-up just to you get some labs and finish the race get some good points and keep going. Are you guys approaching the first race of the year? I mean it's definitely GonNa be a little bit more conservative the whole because nobody on the regular schedule had indeed by then and you know everybody up to speed uneven teammate on the overall and I think you know different the corporate up and everything it'd be different way here has been the first race. Chen sings that it'll be time to test their You know the screen and you know as so many unknown that being called and scheduled with a one day. We just don't WanNa do anything stupid. And just you know we wanNA finish and you know we have some really good driver and if we can give them a pretty good and safeguard safeguarding. We can do some good things but definitely gonNA be sure we don't know we don't go too far of the swing. Is there any concern with a kind of smashing Texas into one day from from from your perspective from an engineering perspective? On how how the day will go. I think personality can enjoy the challenge of you know having to make decisions quickly. I think that's part of the fun of racing is is a dead set time. And you have to go presenters what he finds it and I I kind of like walking under that kind of pressure. I think it's it's really fun. If you have too much time to to get the answer I think sometimes you know you. Can you know you can either be the bigger team? If you you know can make a few good moves and don't let those guys with all their wrestles try to figure out the answer so I kind of like that but for sure we just have to be careful in the way and Minnesota Golden Away. We help you understand that. So I'll switch gears here and steal one of Co host questions inside. She couldn't join us this afternoon. If you were able to invite three guests to dinner whether they are dead or alive who would they be? And why would you own them at? Your Dinner Party. Wow that's a really good question I would say I'll telling you because enjoy watching your show and I think it wasn't very great director. I like to eat and you know I would like to to have a lot of opinions. What he thinks about different food and seems like that Racing Wise I would think I would. Have you know sent a because you know he was you know? I think it'd be really cool. Be Able to talk to them about racing. And what racing used to be in the older days and And I would say another interesting. Besson would be maybe. Initially she was like a raise driver in the group B. Already I ride and that's something you know I we love. Those guard was really fun to watch. I think there'll be some more interesting conversation a love it. That's Great Lakes there. So you mentioned you've mentioned rally car a couple of times and I know that's a little bit bigger over in Europe than it is here in the states. What makes rally I I enjoy it? But what makes rally car so interesting and then so exciting to to those who may be having watched it before you just know the fall not in general and and do a phrase those open the road I mean close but like there is no much fencing in trains everywhere at and the risk and speed those guys taking. I mean it's more like a time. Try more than just racing thus each other so it's your fun style racing but I think the proximity of the trees and the cliff and you know just make it. I think a little bit different standard. I mean it's every racing of his dancer but I think it's it's it's a different thing and when watch all those videos those US group when you have people in front over the car jumping off as a call. You know fly by. It's it's just insane. I would highly recommend anybody. Who's listening right now to go to youtube and just search for a rally car in the eighties and you can see some wild stuff. It looks like people are about to get run over all the time. They're think safety is a state. He's come a little bit of away since then. I would say so definitely so I know at Dale. Coyne this year you and Sarah Cowden are kind of coal running the engineering side of things while he's mainly focused analysis below but I'm sure you've had some interactions with Alex and seen him testing so far. So what can you tell us about indycars? One of any cars newest rookies in Alex Blow. Yeah I mean I I was there last year when we had Tashaun with him at Midwest in right away I mean that was very impressed by a walk ethic. You know what you speed. He's feedback you know it was. You can tell. He's you know racing life and you treat it like a job and he's very much invaded by it and Yeah I mean he's back for the first time in the garden we do you. Last year was very impressive. And how fast he goes to speed and then and speedy was old laptop was able to achieve what was just pretty impressive and you know two days later after the tests you receive an email with the whole report so you know San type older notes up night and send us older note and sit back and challenges and you that was just super professional and just very impressed by him so after his first day of testing he went to you guys and said this is all of the changes. I want on the car for the second day of testing. Yeah he was. He was commenting on all the changes. We did for the first day and then saying you know we had to run again. Just do I think I would like to try and go and you know it was. It was just very impressive. It's just like I said he's feedback and and and you know he's he's called messing out to be the first starting in the Indycar new are you you do. I use a pretty. You know. Pretty Fun trikes so you you know you did very well and then all of us right away and then you know GonNa be pretty can have a copy show. I think just going to do great you know and I think it should be a pretty interesting. Yeah I agree to two young guys who really seem like they have a good grasp of indycar racing in relatively limited experience so with the schedule kind of not a most of the schedule was confirmed. But obviously everything can change. Data jet Day to day right now with the Kobe. Nineteen virus. Does that make it more stressful for an engineer to.

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How Avanti Will Be a 'Not Your Keys, Not Your Coins' Bank

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

05:42 min | 1 year ago

How Avanti Will Be a 'Not Your Keys, Not Your Coins' Bank

"One other question. When as he was. Who Do you expect your customers to be well for Vanity? We're going after the institutional market there are a couple of others that are hanging around the hoop and Wyoming who are going after the retail market. And we hope to be able to do some things with them if we all make it through the process and get our licenses. But there wasn't anybody stepping up for the institutional market which is where I saw a need in particular. The best example is the universities that would like to receive digital asset gifts from alumni but are not in a position to accept them because there isn't a third party that's willing to work with them to provide the services that they need for example under an in in the US under the custody rule. Asset managers are required by law to have a third party store their assets that the the management of the assets has to be separated from the custody of the assets and again the big custodians are FDIC insured banks so as a result were in that catch twenty two where there was a log jam that needed to be broken. And so I was GonNa ask you like who your competitors would be but I realized in a way. Maybe it's set your sort of forming a new category. Or would you say like are you 'cause Gascoyne base does serve some institutions right with Coyne? He's custody and stuff like that. Sure source her. I think the difference is the definition of institution. There are a lot of folks in the crypto world who look at You know small. Twenty five million dollar Crypto Fund and say. That's an institution and technically it is. But what I'm looking at is the markets that I came from earlier in my career. The Pension Funds Endowments Foundations Sovereign Wealth Funds. These are the really big money. Investors for whom the ASSET CLASS UP UNTIL. This point has actually just been too small and not investable will. Now we're getting to the point where it to the extent that Bitcoin does continue to go up. It becomes a bigger asset class. It starts to become too big to ignore and then they start looking around and saying where's the infrastructure. One of the other points that that I've noticed is that the the institutional infrastructure in this market isn't ready for primetime with these very big traditional big asset owner institutions again. It's more more aimed at the the smaller. More risk risk-taking institutions like hedge funds or small small funds that already exist and most most folks when they say there are institutions in Crypto. That's what they mean again. The big guys really are not there. They have a much much much higher standard of professionalism that they require and when I looked around at the folks that are that are that are serving the institutional market right now first of all their trust companies from a regulatory perspective and there are two issues with trust companies for the big big investors. One is that they're not directly connected to the Fed because they're not banks and there's a reason why stay straight and Bank of New York you know in the securities industry are banks. They're connected to the Fed and that's what the institutions WanNa see And then the other is that the the trust companies are that you don't know what your status in bankruptcy is and again. This is another one of the reasons why the banks win from a regulatory perspective. But there's a there's also another issue that I I started looking at the terms and conditions of the folks that are serving the quote unquote the institutional market right now and it is it to be honest in in some cases it's a joke There there's one that serving the institutional market that defines bitcoin as quote a digital asset. If they all of a sudden wake up and decide that bitcoin suddenly bitcoin cash and the customers go to sue them. They would have no claim in court because the contract was so vaguely drafted. There was really nothing promised. The four policy is another one where I was looking at one again institutional firm and the Ford Policy said that they had in their sole discretion the ability to follow a fork. If any and again what's the legal legally enforceable promise in the language there there's nothing So when when an institutional attorney and again I'm talking about a pension fund type of attorney starts looking at the terms and conditions in the contract. They're they're going to say look that that's not even close to the standards that I need. And lastly there's another piece of this you alluded to it in in your question. Why Oh Ming defined the status of digital assets under Wyoming's commercial law. We're the only state to have done that. And that would therefore the only state that would be allowed to start a bank because you have to know what the status of those assets would be in in a legal dispute again. This gets back to institutions needing to have clear clear rights and obligations in the transactions. And if you don't know what the status of the asset classes in a legal dispute. You're taking a lot of risk that a judge is is Is is going to determine a lawsuit you rather than in your favor and institutions. Just can't take that risk they also can't take the bankruptcy risk and again if a judge doesn't know what the exact status of the assets are under the law. Then then you don't know what your outcome is going to be in bankruptcy so all these things are important building blocks that had to get put in place before we really go prime time.

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Monocle 24: Section D

04:52 min | 1 year ago

Extra: Show stoppers

"So. I'm I'm a designer that is based in the Netherlands in nine eleven. I just made I think fifteen doorstops that are very a specific to each of the doors in detail. I basically made him from waste so they are all kind of different colors and patterns so to be provides the big range of these doorstops. Did you go around and have a look at the doors. or how are you gonNa try and respond to each of those doors actually quite the list of just the size between the floor and the door I had the size of the handle and that was it. I didn't knew what the space look like. I had not that that mini formations which was also quite fun to just go crazy and Not Be Limited by certain expectations that I would set somehow and then the materials they title they look almost cartoony. Happy Mac that I use some kind of Plato that I discovered in Asia. It's some kind of children educational tool so it's not toxic. So you get all you can eat it. It makes really really soft and it just covered them and the ad layers of layers layers and then to finally arrive in to certain pattern that I'm just going to add to bring even more that and fund into these objects. My name is boss Coyne. I'm half of the studio from Saddam. I worked together with my partner. Say Okay I'm Amato. Auto debris was I would say almost like a list of requirements in this case which was also quite interesting. We were asked to create screens as you could see as well they were supposed to be used or they should have been possible to use both indoors and outdoors. There were certain scale restrictions. And that was Morris it and they should be mobile as well like so. The screens are called the great outdoors and inspiration came from the outdoors. Anything from while on one hand like the more individual side like this mountain ridges and like justice line indoor Isan overlapping screen is. Obviously I mean most times would be quite large piece so we're talking about quite large surfaces if it would be just like one whatever rectangular lers traits surface it can be quite intrusive quite distracting or something. So that's something which we tried to soften working with curves and working with transparency. But it's more like to create certain distance within the space so it's not completely breaking it. It's not like putting wall somewhere in between clean but rather it's almost like a mental thing you know it's like something which it's about the perspective of the viewer of user of people around Hello Shylock ally from resign studio I walk with my wife life yet. We design furniture and products and installation and spaces for these showing here at days to rugs from my collection. Shen we designed for gun. It's a Spanish company. The production is in India. And when we started to walk with gun they didn't really give us a brief. They say you. Oh you just hit you make your vision happen. It's often amazing. It's free and you just need to come in idea. The only thing they say is that they do you have a group of women in India did specialize in embroidery and they love to have some embroidery in the collection. Because it means taking Kim Day workflow and it's important for them to keep these women busy because they'd been taken in mind and be independent we had destroyed and you're like okay no way. He's just yes. We are definitely gonNA use embroidery and the body was studying born. We did the research we look at embroidery from Different Cultures Khuhro of North America different places aces and as a kid. I remember going to my grandma. She was from Bulgaria and looking handles embroidery and beautiful. You see those roses and flour and tax and runners the core development. And then when you turn to the other side you see all the mess of their handmade embroidery and we. So let's just take this mess in the back of the stitching them. They make a collection of these. We analyzed different different mess basically because the mass of the roses looks different from the mass of a text of runner. And we just mopped which one can be turned into a recollection. And that's basically what we did just trying to take defend. Take on something that people are doing for for so long. That was

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Key piece of evidence missing in Kevin Spacey case

Jay Talking

09:09 min | 1 year ago

Key piece of evidence missing in Kevin Spacey case

"There have been some developments in the Kevin Spacey case seems that a key piece of evidence is missing and a catch us up on that. We have Michael coin dean of the Massachusetts school of law. Dean coin. Hello Riley tonight. It's always great to hear from you, and great to talk to you. Can you catch us up? Yeah. I think it's, it's another interesting development to this high profile case on the islands not surprising. I don't think that the key piece of evidence has now been may well have been lost somewhere along the way between Lauren force moments receipt of it, and turning it back to the family. It may very well be the death blow to an increasingly shaky case against Spacey with the loss of this key piece of evidence and you know, that's what I think is surprising, to some, that's such a key piece of evidence could have been handled in so badly. Not not really be preserved so that both sides, get an opportunity to examine the contents. What makes this piece of evidence so very crucial. Yeah. Well, you know, if you think about it today, smoking gun, is really much more likely to be found in our cell phones, and our electronic evidence, it's not the, the old smoking gun of old. And the fact is we all keep far too much personal information on our cell phones, whether it's photographs, whether it's Snapchat, whether it's text messages, and, like, there's very personal and oftentimes key, contemporaneous evidence that is preserved on our cellphones and maintained in that way. So the fact that there is likely text messages and photographs that would have some bearing on the night in question that took place between Mr. Spacey and this individual. The fact is that those contemporaneous records very, very well may be important to both the prosecution and the defense. But the key. Here from the standpoint of whether the case will be able to survive this. And even if it does go forward to not provide extraordinary evidence to Spacey for cross examination in the like is that this may well have had sculptor Tori information on it. Deleted in altered, text messages, as Spacey's attorneys informed, the court at the last hearing, and the loss of that evidence when there's a constitutional obligation for the government to turn over any sculpture, Tori evidence, this could be fatal to the government's case. So this missing phone could be directly responsible for the dismissal of the case against Kevin Spacey. Sure. Definitely could be if you if you if you if you think about how important we've seen electron ick evidence in cell phones, over the course of the last three to five years, marathon bombers in part were caught as a result of inflammation pulled from their cell phones. Aaron Hernandez case. Relied, very heavily on text messages that occurred that evening, and as well as the GPS information on the phone. If you start to think about the, the more recent high profile cases, we've seen even Tom Brady's where he said that the cell phone had been destroyed because he obtained a new one. We know how important these key pieces of evidence that are found on cellphones likely our to our Justice system. So, yeah, this could be a big victory for Spacey. In fact, the court could look at it as potentially being sufficiently sanctionable by the government that would require dismissal. But even if it doesn't require dismissal. The problem is, is that this has given a lot of energy now to the defense case to create a reasonable doubt that there was information on that phone that would have told a different story either by way of government misconduct. Or even just simply neglect that inflammation is now been lost to the defendant, and it helps to create that reasonable doubt. It's, it's a real problem. And the fact is, is that the court now we'll have to figure out well how did it get loss was was this just negligence, or was this, something more at work, here, especially in view of the allegations, that Spacey's attorney has raised with respect to the deleted in altar techs that took place from the night in question the loss of that evidence if it cannot be recovered in some form. And that's the last part of this is that a good forensic examination of the phone, if it's there or of the mirror image that the government may have in its possession may allow them to recover. Virtually all of the information if not all of the information, under those circumstances. The government would argue that Spacey hasn't been prejudice. At all. So there's nothing that would prohibit the case from going full. We may still very well. See the case, go forward. The question is, now is going to be enough evidence or is the government going to sufficiently be able to remove Spacey's presumption of innocence and the fact that there, they're very well may be reasonable doubt. In the case. It's it's a problem. I mean, you know, we don't like to see in our system that the government doesn't do everything they can to ensure that Justice is achieved in part of that means that you've got to preserve evidence and give the defendant, an opportunity tests. The government's proof that, that, that opportunity may now be lost Bradley. So even if the case does go forward it makes it more difficult for the prosecution, because it creates this doubt. Well, doesn't it? If you think about it from commonsense standpoint we've talked about this case before. You know, the was the victim starstruck and interested in, in having some drinks with Spacey that night innocence Spacey has contended all along. There was a consensual flirtation that existed that night. Pot of the proof would likely have been the contemporaneous inflammation, that would be found on his cell phone and the like. And the, the fact that, that now maybe lost, or at least portions of that inflammation, and as Spacey see X information that would have been exculpatory to him has been lost either as a result of negligence or delivered acts that, that absolutely helps to create this reasonable doubt that the defendant wants to do is part of his defense, and it's, it's too bad. Because as the you know, it's, it's, it's pretty sloppy. However, this came about in a case with so many is on it. You. You would've expected there, be a lot more attention to detail. And I think sometimes that's prizes, the all is that we don't see the attention to detail that we would especially expect when when the world is watching does do these developments, make it more likely that mister space for a jury trial or less likely. Well, again, you know, you've, we've had that discussion before, and I you know, act after our last evening together where we discussed this in general, I put it out to some other both students, and criminal defense, lawyers that, that I know. And, and it is relatively still split fifty fifty so I'm not sure there's a definitive answer to that my own personal feeling is that I would prefer jury under the circumstances. Jury sometimes are little more mistrusting, and especially. Really sometimes a little more dubious with the government may have engaged in either neglect of misconduct to, to trust the government at its word and really to hold them to what the law requires to remove the presumption of innocence and prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. So, my, my personal feeling is I would I would try to jury. But that, that's a actually a question that I think both people and lawyers will disagree on your, your audience, may, well be split as well. Interesting to know what they think, because some of them may well constitute members of the jury and have similar feelings to jurors. So maybe you can throw that out tonight to see what they think. That's a good idea. Thank you very much. Michael coyne. He's the dean of the Massachusetts school of law in a big friend of WBZ. Thanks.

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Most senior military officials were surprised by Trump "war games" announcement

BBC World Service

02:48 min | 3 years ago

Most senior military officials were surprised by Trump "war games" announcement

"But these speeches are at that's adequate busily may be attractive but it's not like the the arab by any stretch of the imagination since among south korean business leaders the oh here we go again because they must have been several full starts up until this point about the prospects for investing in north korea but that's understatement i mean when you look at the spectrum of optimism to pessimism you usually find the business community of their pessimism aside i mean south korean business for example were badly burned by the case on does park parka debacle and the international community has not been that excited to be going into north korea because what do they have to offer berry is a manufacturing base capacity but it's a lot easier to look for low cost labor and other parts of the world such as vietnam bangladesh indonesia and whatever least relatively greater transparency there's almost no transparency that's tom coyne chief executive of soft landing consulting phil many thanks phil they're looking at the business side of things after that momentous day yesterday in singapore but now also the real work begins diplomatically just a day after us president donald trump and north korea's kim jong signed a pledge to work towards denuclearization of north korea us secretary of state and mike pompeo is on his way to seoul for talks with south korean and japanese officials the officials may have been surprised by the president's announcement of the freezing of joint ussouth korean military exercises it seems neither the south koreans nor the pentagon for that matter were made aware of the decision before the announcement speaking on the fox news hannity program mr trump said the war games would be stopped as long as north korea negotiates in good faith will earlier i spoke to nancy snow public diplomacy professor at kyoto university of foreign studies about the reaction in japan i think the japanese have felt a little bit on the outside looking in and certainly the administration has put on a good front but and what and seem somewhat satisfied that trump brought up the ongoing issue of the abductees in in north korea but i think that like everybody else this idea of getting rid of the war games in this possibility of pulling out us forces not only in south korea and japan that causes a bit of angst here in that it raises the question of.

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Tears as one-handed Shaquem Griffin joins twin brother in NFL for Seahawks

News, Traffic and Weather

02:22 min | 3 years ago

Tears as one-handed Shaquem Griffin joins twin brother in NFL for Seahawks

"Paint was very on fire and that just you know sparks the data that immediate you know there's smoke there's fire i need to do something bonito's owner wasn't home his roommate says he had his headphones on and didn't even notice the fire at first he grabbed a hose and tried to control the fire until crews got their seahawks fans you will see a pair of brothers playing for the hawks on defense this coming season seattle drafted she came griffin the twin brother of hawks cornerback shaquille griffin in the fifth round of the nfl draft komo's patrick quinn says twelve are embracing this new seahawk ser came announced from the swiss bore into coma we got goosebumps i really like bringing the brothers back together from tacoma to texas at twenty sixty phone industry came soon after and heard how he got the life changing phone call in the unlikeliest places i was using the restroom and my brother the two together in december when the hawks play jacksonville former teammates at central florida they'll soon lace up together once again in seattle right writing the emotions shaquille stepped on stage at the nfl draft headquarters in dallas it's been a long and historic path to the pros becomes the first player in the modern era with only one hand to be drafted for twenty two year olds linebacker was born with amniotic band syndrome his left hand was amputated when he was four inundate it'd be one of the only have pity on me what are they going to be the one to get up with the story is resonating nationwide and houston juliana lynton who lost her arm due to the same condition wish your team lucked today on social media joanna jumped on the central florida bandwagon because of shaquille and now she's the newest member of the twelve anything stop him from playing football his dreams continuing to inspire now the linebacker we'll take the field with his twin brother right nightside seattle patrick coyne komo news time to check more komo's sports they've lewis has the latest on the mirrors mariners's still cooking they won five out of six home for the next six after one of cleveland.

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"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"No money that people are to use a lot of the times the answer is there is no advantage but i can think of a few reasons why it might be useful for example one is it would have a platform you used to receive payments may be able to pay fees on those bray whereas if you have your own coin your transacting peertopeer between you and your audience and so you don't have to pay fees because there's no middleman there's no pay pal there's no gum road taking the fee for creating those parent rails sets that might be one reason another reason might be that think about how how you get credit card points right like why do you care about credit card points because they give you access to something they give you access to vacation package they give you access to some flight so maybe you have this coin but not only do allow people to pay you in this coin but the reason people might want this coin is because they get access to other things that you're you providing specifically with that coin so you might provide two toils with that coyne et cetera cetera so like if you can create some kind of exchange goods and services exchanged primarily occur on this token than maybe you can argue that like you need a token but in that case i think honestly like there's really no need for your own coin coins i think more most useful when you're trying to basically a line incentives between a group of people and what i mean by that is in the bitcoin example the reason any of the coin is because when you think about it they have to incentivize these minor somehow to mine especially the early miners if when the network was just starting out how do you convince people to come on by all this computer power and then do all these complex algorithms if you don't reward them right there's no if there's no reward they're not going to come and do it and so they needed this token so they can keep printing it and dig giving it to minors as a reward they were using it as an incentive system there were incentivizing them.

coyne
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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"No money that people are to use a lot of the times the answer is there is no advantage but i can think of a few reasons why it might be useful for example one is it would have a platform you used to receive payments may be able to pay fees on those bray whereas if you have your own coin your transacting peertopeer between you and your audience and so you don't have to pay fees because there's no middleman there's no pay pal there's no gum road taking the fee for creating those parent rails sets that might be one reason another reason might be that think about how how you get credit card points right like why do you care about credit card points because they give you access to something they give you access to vacation package they give you access to some flight so maybe you have this coin but not only do allow people to pay you in this coin but the reason people might want this coin is because they get access to other things that you're you providing specifically with that coin so you might provide two toils with that coyne et cetera cetera so like if you can create some kind of exchange goods and services exchanged primarily occur on this token than maybe you can argue that like you need a token but in that case i think honestly like there's really no need for your own coin coins i think more most useful when you're trying to basically a line incentives between a group of people and what i mean by that is in the bitcoin example the reason any of the coin is because when you think about it they have to incentivize these minor somehow to mine especially the early miners if when the network was just starting out how do you convince people to come on by all this computer power and then do all these complex algorithms if you don't reward them right there's no if there's no reward they're not going to come and do it and so they needed this token so they can keep printing it and dig giving it to minors as a reward they were using it as an incentive system there were incentivizing them.

coyne
"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"No money that people are to use a lot of the times the answer is there is no advantage but i can think of a few reasons why it might be useful for example one is it would have a platform you used to receive payments may be able to pay fees on those bray whereas if you have your own coin your transacting peertopeer between you and your audience and so you don't have to pay fees because there's no middleman there's no pay pal there's no gum road taking the fee for creating those parent rails sets that might be one reason another reason might be that think about how how you get credit card points right like why do you care about credit card points because they give you access to something they give you access to vacation package they give you access to some flight so maybe you have this coin but not only do allow people to pay you in this coin but the reason people might want this coin is because they get access to other things that you're you providing specifically with that coin so you might provide two toils with that coyne et cetera cetera so like if you can create some kind of exchange goods and services exchanged primarily occur on this token than maybe you can argue that like you need a token but in that case i think honestly like there's really no need for your own coin coins i think more most useful when you're trying to basically a line incentives between a group of people and what i mean by that is in the bitcoin example the reason any of the coin is because when you think about it they have to incentivize these minor somehow to mine especially the early miners if when the network was just starting out how do you convince people to come on by all this computer power and then do all these complex algorithms if you don't reward them right there's no if there's no reward they're not going to come and do it and so they needed this token so they can keep printing it and dig giving it to minors as a reward they were using it as an incentive system there were incentivizing them.

coyne
"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"No money that people are to use a lot of the times the answer is there is no advantage but i can think of a few reasons why it might be useful for example one is it would have a platform you used to receive payments may be able to pay fees on those bray whereas if you have your own coin your transacting peertopeer between you and your audience and so you don't have to pay fees because there's no middleman there's no pay pal there's no gum road taking the fee for creating those parent rails sets that might be one reason another reason might be that think about how how you get credit card points right like why do you care about credit card points because they give you access to something they give you access to vacation package they give you access to some flight so maybe you have this coin but not only do allow people to pay you in this coin but the reason people might want this coin is because they get access to other things that you're you providing specifically with that coin so you might provide two toils with that coyne et cetera cetera so like if you can create some kind of exchange goods and services exchanged primarily occur on this token than maybe you can argue that like you need a token but in that case i think honestly like there's really no need for your own coin coins i think more most useful when you're trying to basically a line incentives between a group of people and what i mean by that is in the bitcoin example the reason any of the coin is because when you think about it they have to incentivize these minor somehow to mine especially the early miners if when the network was just starting out how do you convince people to come on by all this computer power and then do all these complex algorithms if you don't reward them right there's no if there's no reward they're not going to come and do it and so they needed this token so they can keep printing it and dig giving it to minors as a reward they were using it as an incentive system there were incentivizing them.

coyne
"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"No money that people are to use a lot of the times the answer is there is no advantage but i can think of a few reasons why it might be useful for example one is it would have a platform you used to receive payments may be able to pay fees on those bray whereas if you have your own coin your transacting peertopeer between you and your audience and so you don't have to pay fees because there's no middleman there's no pay pal there's no gum road taking the fee for creating those parent rails sets that might be one reason another reason might be that think about how how you get credit card points right like why do you care about credit card points because they give you access to something they give you access to vacation package they give you access to some flight so maybe you have this coin but not only do allow people to pay you in this coin but the reason people might want this coin is because they get access to other things that you're you providing specifically with that coin so you might provide two toils with that coyne et cetera cetera so like if you can create some kind of exchange goods and services exchanged primarily occur on this token than maybe you can argue that like you need a token but in that case i think honestly like there's really no need for your own coin coins i think more most useful when you're trying to basically a line incentives between a group of people and what i mean by that is in the bitcoin example the reason any of the coin is because when you think about it they have to incentivize these minor somehow to mine especially the early miners if when the network was just starting out how do you convince people to come on by all this computer power and then do all these complex algorithms if you don't reward them right there's no if there's no reward they're not going to come and do it and so they needed this token so they can keep printing it and dig giving it to minors as a reward they were using it as an incentive system there were incentivizing them.

coyne
"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"No money that people are to use a lot of the times the answer is there is no advantage but i can think of a few reasons why it might be useful for example one is it would have a platform you used to receive payments may be able to pay fees on those bray whereas if you have your own coin your transacting peertopeer between you and your audience and so you don't have to pay fees because there's no middleman there's no pay pal there's no gum road taking the fee for creating those parent rails sets that might be one reason another reason might be that think about how how you get credit card points right like why do you care about credit card points because they give you access to something they give you access to vacation package they give you access to some flight so maybe you have this coin but not only do allow people to pay you in this coin but the reason people might want this coin is because they get access to other things that you're you providing specifically with that coin so you might provide two toils with that coyne et cetera cetera so like if you can create some kind of exchange goods and services exchanged primarily occur on this token than maybe you can argue that like you need a token but in that case i think honestly like there's really no need for your own coin coins i think more most useful when you're trying to basically a line incentives between a group of people and what i mean by that is in the bitcoin example the reason any of the coin is because when you think about it they have to incentivize these minor somehow to mine especially the early miners if when the network was just starting out how do you convince people to come on by all this computer power and then do all these complex algorithms if you don't reward them right there's no if there's no reward they're not going to come and do it and so they needed this token so they can keep printing it and dig giving it to minors as a reward they were using it as an incentive system there were incentivizing them.

coyne
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CodeNewbie

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"No money that people are to use a lot of the times the answer is there is no advantage but i can think of a few reasons why it might be useful for example one is it would have a platform you used to receive payments may be able to pay fees on those bray whereas if you have your own coin your transacting peertopeer between you and your audience and so you don't have to pay fees because there's no middleman there's no pay pal there's no gum road taking the fee for creating those parent rails sets that might be one reason another reason might be that think about how how you get credit card points right like why do you care about credit card points because they give you access to something they give you access to vacation package they give you access to some flight so maybe you have this coin but not only do allow people to pay you in this coin but the reason people might want this coin is because they get access to other things that you're you providing specifically with that coin so you might provide two toils with that coyne et cetera cetera so like if you can create some kind of exchange goods and services exchanged primarily occur on this token than maybe you can argue that like you need a token but in that case i think honestly like there's really no need for your own coin coins i think more most useful when you're trying to basically a line incentives between a group of people and what i mean by that is in the bitcoin example the reason any of the coin is because when you think about it they have to incentivize these minor somehow to mine especially the early miners if when the network was just starting out how do you convince people to come on by all this computer power and then do all these complex algorithms if you don't reward them right there's no if there's no reward they're not going to come and do it and so they needed this token so they can keep printing it and dig giving it to minors as a reward they were using it as an incentive system there were incentivizing them.

coyne
"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"No money that people are to use a lot of the times the answer is there is no advantage but i can think of a few reasons why it might be useful for example one is it would have a platform you used to receive payments may be able to pay fees on those bray whereas if you have your own coin your transacting peertopeer between you and your audience and so you don't have to pay fees because there's no middleman there's no pay pal there's no gum road taking the fee for creating those parent rails sets that might be one reason another reason might be that think about how how you get credit card points right like why do you care about credit card points because they give you access to something they give you access to vacation package they give you access to some flight so maybe you have this coin but not only do allow people to pay you in this coin but the reason people might want this coin is because they get access to other things that you're you providing specifically with that coin so you might provide two toils with that coyne et cetera cetera so like if you can create some kind of exchange goods and services exchanged primarily occur on this token than maybe you can argue that like you need a token but in that case i think honestly like there's really no need for your own coin coins i think more most useful when you're trying to basically a line incentives between a group of people and what i mean by that is in the bitcoin example the reason any of the coin is because when you think about it they have to incentivize these minor somehow to mine especially the early miners if when the network was just starting out how do you convince people to come on by all this computer power and then do all these complex algorithms if you don't reward them right there's no if there's no reward they're not going to come and do it and so they needed this token so they can keep printing it and dig giving it to minors as a reward they were using it as an incentive system there were incentivizing them.

coyne
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CodeNewbie

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"No money that people are to use a lot of the times the answer is there is no advantage but i can think of a few reasons why it might be useful for example one is it would have a platform you used to receive payments may be able to pay fees on those bray whereas if you have your own coin your transacting peertopeer between you and your audience and so you don't have to pay fees because there's no middleman there's no pay pal there's no gum road taking the fee for creating those parent rails sets that might be one reason another reason might be that think about how how you get credit card points right like why do you care about credit card points because they give you access to something they give you access to vacation package they give you access to some flight so maybe you have this coin but not only do allow people to pay you in this coin but the reason people might want this coin is because they get access to other things that you're you providing specifically with that coin so you might provide two toils with that coyne et cetera cetera so like if you can create some kind of exchange goods and services exchanged primarily occur on this token than maybe you can argue that like you need a token but in that case i think honestly like there's really no need for your own coin coins i think more most useful when you're trying to basically a line incentives between a group of people and what i mean by that is in the bitcoin example the reason any of the coin is because when you think about it they have to incentivize these minor somehow to mine especially the early miners if when the network was just starting out how do you convince people to come on by all this computer power and then do all these complex algorithms if you don't reward them right there's no if there's no reward they're not going to come and do it and so they needed this token so they can keep printing it and dig giving it to minors as a reward they were using it as an incentive system there were incentivizing them.

coyne
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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"No money that people are to use a lot of the times the answer is there is no advantage but i can think of a few reasons why it might be useful for example one is it would have a platform you used to receive payments may be able to pay fees on those bray whereas if you have your own coin your transacting peertopeer between you and your audience and so you don't have to pay fees because there's no middleman there's no pay pal there's no gum road taking the fee for creating those parent rails sets that might be one reason another reason might be that think about how how you get credit card points right like why do you care about credit card points because they give you access to something they give you access to vacation package they give you access to some flight so maybe you have this coin but not only do allow people to pay you in this coin but the reason people might want this coin is because they get access to other things that you're you providing specifically with that coin so you might provide two toils with that coyne et cetera cetera so like if you can create some kind of exchange goods and services exchanged primarily occur on this token than maybe you can argue that like you need a token but in that case i think honestly like there's really no need for your own coin coins i think more most useful when you're trying to basically a line incentives between a group of people and what i mean by that is in the bitcoin example the reason any of the coin is because when you think about it they have to incentivize these minor somehow to mine especially the early miners if when the network was just starting out how do you convince people to come on by all this computer power and then do all these complex algorithms if you don't reward them right there's no if there's no reward they're not going to come and do it and so they needed this token so they can keep printing it and dig giving it to minors as a reward they were using it as an incentive system there were incentivizing them.

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"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"No money that people are to use a lot of the times the answer is there is no advantage but i can think of a few reasons why it might be useful for example one is it would have a platform you used to receive payments may be able to pay fees on those bray whereas if you have your own coin your transacting peertopeer between you and your audience and so you don't have to pay fees because there's no middleman there's no pay pal there's no gum road taking the fee for creating those parent rails sets that might be one reason another reason might be that think about how how you get credit card points right like why do you care about credit card points because they give you access to something they give you access to vacation package they give you access to some flight so maybe you have this coin but not only do allow people to pay you in this coin but the reason people might want this coin is because they get access to other things that you're you providing specifically with that coin so you might provide two toils with that coyne et cetera cetera so like if you can create some kind of exchange goods and services exchanged primarily occur on this token than maybe you can argue that like you need a token but in that case i think honestly like there's really no need for your own coin coins i think more most useful when you're trying to basically a line incentives between a group of people and what i mean by that is in the bitcoin example the reason any of the coin is because when you think about it they have to incentivize these minor somehow to mine especially the early miners if when the network was just starting out how do you convince people to come on by all this computer power and then do all these complex algorithms if you don't reward them right there's no if there's no reward they're not going to come and do it and so they needed this token so they can keep printing it and dig giving it to minors as a reward they were using it as an incentive system there were incentivizing them.

coyne
"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"coyne" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"No money that people are to use a lot of the times the answer is there is no advantage but i can think of a few reasons why it might be useful for example one is it would have a platform you used to receive payments may be able to pay fees on those bray whereas if you have your own coin your transacting peertopeer between you and your audience and so you don't have to pay fees because there's no middleman there's no pay pal there's no gum road taking the fee for creating those parent rails sets that might be one reason another reason might be that think about how how you get credit card points right like why do you care about credit card points because they give you access to something they give you access to vacation package they give you access to some flight so maybe you have this coin but not only do allow people to pay you in this coin but the reason people might want this coin is because they get access to other things that you're you providing specifically with that coin so you might provide two toils with that coyne et cetera cetera so like if you can create some kind of exchange goods and services exchanged primarily occur on this token than maybe you can argue that like you need a token but in that case i think honestly like there's really no need for your own coin coins i think more most useful when you're trying to basically a line incentives between a group of people and what i mean by that is in the bitcoin example the reason any of the coin is because when you think about it they have to incentivize these minor somehow to mine especially the early miners if when the network was just starting out how do you convince people to come on by all this computer power and then do all these complex algorithms if you don't reward them right there's no if there's no reward they're not going to come and do it and so they needed this token so they can keep printing it and dig giving it to minors as a reward they were using it as an incentive system there were incentivizing them.

coyne
"coyne" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"coyne" Discussed on Critical Role

"An artificial get sent at present or do you have to offer for more information mm was you in the market full i have dealt things but i get the distinct impression you're not necessarily somebody who's wanted to be interested in coyne i prefer not to dole out small tidbits i prefer to bundle in larger packages i am stamp hanoi hilton you you have to offer his worthwhile i can mm i have a proposal sent me obviously we're interested in the prison were interested in somehow getting into the prison all possibly getting our problem out of the prison i'm not saying that we're looking for some sort of grand mastermind or otherwise would if you feel that you will the source of person that would have enough information in this direction of how one might get access to the prison or otherwise and get out with the skin intact lease most of it um all the sorts of people who would be interested in helping such an adventure go forward that would be worth our while an interesting rings a beheading snaps his finger as it does the entire room around both of you goes dark room boom jet black you still see the table before you the drinks near hand in the gentleman across the way but everything else around he just goes complete light lists umbro expanse american orchard was worn i don't think i've had enough if we speak freely his press that we speak in a place that is safe to speak burco oh my god.

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"coyne" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

The Cryptoverse

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"coyne" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

"Get hold which i can show you hit at a link this in the sources as always but right at the top of bit 100 he says it was created in 2000 and and fifteen you definitely know a new proposal the difference i guess and reason this is now newsworthy is because at the mine is can now stop voting for this so own coyne dancing particular it said the voting for this proposal will begin shortly says it the uh and then links to the kits hope repository sothe difference the being voted for now is that instead of voting for the entire said bitcoin unlimited proposal this bit hundred is just specifically the dynamic exciseso mine is can just vote actively that specific feature and this is this is proposing to allowed the block sisal the bitcoin network to change diner based on him in a votes we could increase and it could decrease so it means the exercise will be flexible and them based on consensus from the mine as it will it will grow or shrink so one of the things i thought about is this is converts tell me about a theory sms flexible guest in a way mine is convoked to increase or decrease the maximum ghastly depending on net what conditions depending on how minus field right now according to live read on this get an article about bit point under it which is a bit glen improving proposal each time a mind a minds applause.

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"coyne" Discussed on Brentwood Baptist Church Podcast

Brentwood Baptist Church Podcast

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"coyne" Discussed on Brentwood Baptist Church Podcast

"Here's a coin it has the image of cesar it's his coyne the question that haunts this story that lurks in the shadows is this who's image is on you give to caesar what belongs to caesar what belongs to caesar this coin gift a gaunt what belongs to god with where is god's image on you on me gift to god what belongs to gone you belong to god a jesus reminds us in a roundabout way that there are things that legitimately belong to caesar the belong to the state now this is always been a question for people of faith we've always had a hard time trying to live as citizens of the kingdom of god of loyal to to our faith and arcane jesus and having to live and the realities with the world that we find ourselves in this is not a new new pressure we have the stories of joseph we have the stories of daniel we have the babylonian captivity where where the israelites were taken to babylon and held in captivity and they send messages back to jeremiah the prophet going when is god going to rescue us from this captivity this exile and you remembering jeremiah twenty nine jeremiah writes the famous letter to the exiles where he says this build houses and live in them plant guard an eat of their produce get married have children raise your children make sure your children get married in they have children so while you are in exile you increase do not decrease.

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