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It's your journey. Welcome, everyone, to SI Media with Jimmy Traina. Thank you so much for listening. The usual periodic check in with Andrew Marchand from the New York Post this week. He joined the pod to talk about a variety of topics in sports media. We get into the ABC ESPN Monday Night Football staggered star double headers. We get into how ESPN and the ESPN and Pat McAfee marriage is going. Deion Sanders stuff. How the media has handled Taylor Swift and Travis Kelsey. What's going on with WWE and Monday Night Raw most likely looks like it's going to be on the move. Andrew had some stuff on that. A couple of things about local New York radio. So a bunch of sports media topics with Andrew Marchand on this episode. And then Salicata joins me as he does every week for our train of thought segment. Where we get into some NFL things about the Eagles. Should the NFL ban the Eagles one yard play. Joe Namath and Lou Holtz making headlines. Get into these ridiculous prop bets on Taylor Swift and Travis Kelsey. And Sal has a rough Sunday coming up. So if you're a fan of the train of thought segment, you'll want to hear that. Before we get to the full episode. I want you to make sure you listen to past episodes. If you've missed any and make sure you subscribe to us. I media Jimmy trainer. We've had a great run of guests. Kevin Clark from ESPN was on the show last week. Scott Hansen hosted the NFL Red Zone channel two weeks ago. Julian Edelman three weeks ago. Charles Barkley, Peter Schrager, Chris Russo, all recent guests. So if you missed any of those, give them a listen, download, subscribe to the pod and leave a review on Apple. We'll read it on an upcoming episode. All right. Andrew Marchand from the New York Post, followed by Salicata and train of thought. It's all coming up right now, right here. On S .I. media with Jimmy trainer. All right, training me now. S .I. media podcast regular. This periodic visit from the New York Post. And the March and Iran podcast is Andrew Marchand. Andrew, how are you? I'm good. How you doing, Jimmy? I'm good. I just realized I didn't put my phone on do not disturb. So I'm going to do that as we speak. And I'm going to let you know that I had a reader last week for my mailbag column on S .I. com, send it an email and said, when is Marchand's next appearance? So here we go. You made someone happy. Thank you that person. You made someone happy by coming on today. Let's start with this. A lot of media news to get to. Have you heard anything from ESPN or do you have any intel about how they feel about the last two weeks? How the staggered Monday Night Football doubleheader has gone? Because I've gotten a lot of emails and tweets about it. I'm sure you have as well. Yeah, I haven't talked to anybody specifically about how they feel about it. I mean, it is an NFL decision. ESPN is not in control of how those games are scheduled. Maybe they have some say, but it's the NFL decision. Yeah, I don't like it. Actually, in our podcast with John, it was my who's down this week. And the reason I just feel like I kind of said this on our part, it's too it's like having two quarterbacks and you have none. Right. And now if you have Joe Montana and Steve Young, there are two awesome games. Maybe that'd be better. But I just find my attention split and I don't know. And even at like halftime, I wouldn't recommend you go to the other game. Like I get what they're trying to do there, but it's not the NCAA tournament. And usually it's in like the second quarter, third quarter. So I personally don't think it really works that well. Now, I think they want to avoid I'm not positive, but I think they want to avoid that 10 30 late window. We used to get the Monday night and you get the, you know, crazy crew, either Chris Berman or Golick and Greenberg, you know, some of those crews back in the day. They probably don't want that late night game where, you know, you're losing that East Coast audience if it gets too late. But I don't know. I don't think this necessarily works. See, I like it. And what are the tweet? What are the tweeters say? Most people seem to not like it. Yeah. And why do you like it? The more the merrier. Give me as much football as possible. If I can watch eight games at one o 'clock on Sunday and four or five games at four o 'clock on Sunday, I can handle two games on Monday night. So, you know, I have two TVs. I put one game on each TV and two is better than one for me. That's just how I feel. Yeah, I've been a little running around these last couple of Mondays when this happened. So I may be a little bit, you know, my opinion skewed a little bit by that. It hasn't just been like I'm just chilling and watching, been running around a little bit. So perhaps that's, you know, maybe I could be swayed. I will say, you know, I don't know. This is a whole separate discussion. I would love to know your take on this, but I always feel like it's a little tough sometimes to criticize people in this podcast when I also have to book this podcast. So I try to be careful. Yeah, I notice you're very soft. That's what you're trying to say. Sometimes. So I'm sure this guy will never come on again, but they gotta do better than Chris Fowler on the secondary game. Just not, it's just not working. Chris is not a great play -by -player. Right. He was a great host, studio host. Can I say one thing? Yeah. He's on tremendous tennis. Like I watch the U .S. Open every single day. I think he's great on tennis. It's football where it's just something feels off. Well, tennis is also slower. And like you look at people who do really well at the slower sports. Like, you know, Jim Nantz is better than Chris Fowler, but Nantz is really his best thing is golf. And I think he's an OK NFL play -by -player. And at the end of his college basketball run, he was definitely, I don't know, OK is probably, you know, he was OK there as well. And I think if you look at Fowler and his history, now he's been doing play -by -play for a while now. And he has gotten better. Like when he first started on the number one crew, I mean, if I were covering it then, that would not, I probably would not have been that kind. Because he has gotten better, but it's not really good enough. And he's the rare case, I think with Herb Street, that Herb Street makes him better. Usually it's the play -by -player who makes the analyst better. And yeah, I think you're right. And I also think, you know, in fairness to Fowler, you know, ESPN put that crew together. They replaced Levy there and they had a year or two under their belt together as a team. And, you know, not the full team, but him and Riddick, Levy and Riddick, and then Jadolowski. And I think they kind of don't, they underestimate chemistry. It takes time to build it up. And so I think that hurts. And he just, he's a college guy too. It's hard just to come into the NFL. I know he, you know, he's talked how hard his schedule is with the U .S. Open. And then, you know, doing a game a couple days later. And then doing a college. And so, you know, that's hard. And so, yeah, he's not a tremendous play -by -player. To me, this is just me, it felt like when ESPN gave him that gig, it was more about ESPN trying to impress the NFL. Like, look, we have our number one college game. Like you had said earlier, the secondary Monday night game for years was, you know, Golic and Greenberg and Chris Berman with a cast of character. Rich Ryan did it one year. I think this is ESPN trying to say to the NFL, because now they have a Super Bowl and they have this big contract. And, you know, they brought in Buck and Aikman. Like, we're serious, we're going to take our, regardless of what you think about Fowler, he's their lead college guy. So, I feel like they're like, oh, look at us, we're putting the lead when, you know, that. Yeah, I think they screwed up and I think they know they screwed up. I think that they ended up shifting who was in charge of the NFL. It was Stephanie Drewley. And they moved her off the NFL after, you know, I think that didn't help her cause in terms of staying on the NFL. I think they were satisfied with Levy. He was a good guy, which they value. After they brought in Joe Buck, he was very gracious. You know, Levy's a very good hockey guy, especially studio host. I thought he could have, you know, could have been the pregame show on Monday Night Football. He's in, again, not their, in my opinion, they had other people who are better play -by -players for football, but it was good. Like, so, yeah, I don't think it was to impress the NFL. They got Joe Buck and Troy Aikman. They got the Mannings. I mean, they spend, they're spending 50, 60 million dollars a year on their booths. Like, I don't think the second team booth is gonna, you know. If anything, I think it was, there was a thought before Buck and Aikman that Fallon and Herb Street might get the NFL. Might get Monday Night Football. Might get the potential Super Bowl. And then this is kind of a carrot since they didn't get it. But I'd argue, and I even talked to Chris Fowler about this. So, I don't know if this is the case. I just don't know if, I mean, Chris Fowler does the national championship. He does the biggest college game every week for Disney. I can't, like, I get it. Maybe he wanted to do NFL. But is this really gonna satisfy him because you're doing a second game, which generally aren't that great? I don't, I don't see that long -term, personally. And I think also, strategically, if I'm ESPN, I'm putting a young play -by -player. Now, Joe Buck, we both think it's great. Like, he and Ian Eagle are the best two play -by -players going right now. And, um, but, Joe Buck's contract's up in a couple of years. If I'm ESPN, and I, you know, I think they'll probably re -sign Joe Buck, and they should. That said, he makes a lot of money. And, you know, I would be saying, who can I develop? What young guy can I develop? So when I go into that negotiation, I really have somebody who's on the rise. And I can say, hey, look, you don't want this, you know, the 15 million a year? Then we'll go here, you know? But if you start demanding, I'm not saying this is going to happen, but, demanding even more and more money, I'd want an option. I don't think they've created an option. They've actually put somebody in that spot who they've already said they'd rather spend 15 million dollars on Joe Buck than have Chris Fowler as the lead play -by -player. So, I just think negotiation -wise, and strategically, in terms of saving money, it wasn't a great decision. Yeah. I don't understand the insistence on the three -person booth, either. They had Fowler, Greasy, and Riddick. Excuse me, excuse me. Levy, Riddick, Greasy. Now it's Fowler or Lofsky, Riddick. To me, that, and, Fowler's used to a two -person booth with Herb Street. They have Buck and Aikman, which is a two -person booth. I don't understand the insistence on the three -person booth. It's just, for football, it just, I don't get it, but, that's just my - It complicates, it over -complicates it. Yeah. And like you said, chemistry. I think it's much harder to develop a chemistry with three. I mean, you know, the local Mets situation is different with Gary Cohn, Ron Darl - Is it in baseball, is it football? What three men, can you name - I mean, I guess back in the old Monday Night Football days, there were three men booths that had - Yeah, Collinsworth and Aikman with Buck that one year. Yeah, one year it lasted, you know. So, I don't know. But, there's no more staggered double -headers. The next one is week 14, and both games will start at 8 -15. I think that's the one that's going to piss a lot of people off. But, that's a long way down the road. You got the two TVs. Yeah. I asked you if ESPN, how they feel about Monday Night Football. Anything you've heard about how they feel about their new partnership with Pat McAfee. I mean, it's early, but they're bullish on it. I mean, they've kind of handed the keys to the network to McAfee. I mean, you can't - it's kind of like Stephen A. now. You can't really turn on ESPN almost every day except basically Sunday without seeing Pat. And so, you know, I think initially the ratings weren't that good. I think they got a little better in terms of the TV ratings. I think that kind of makes some sense because if you think about it, he was a YouTube show. Yeah, he's got to play for TV. Yeah, and he's still a YouTube show. Well, it is a play for TV because they think that they had Max in there before. They think that the ratings will be high enough that they'll be able to charge more for the ad rates. I guarantee you the money they'll make off of McAfee on social media and YouTube will be 8 billion times more than the money they made off Max Kellerman on social media. Oh, 100%. No, you're right. No, you're right. There's no doubt about that. And look, they want to get, I will say this, like, does it work? I think a lot of times when companies make big moves, you know, big time moves, a lot of times they make those moves when the person's kind of towards the end, you know, they got McAfee on the rise. Like, you know, we, you know, you and I have been aware of McAfee for years now, but he's really like, you know, here, I don't think he's at the plateau, you know, where most people go up and then they plateau and then they go down. He's at, he's still, I think, going up and then maybe the plateau is on the horizon and you can plateau for 20, 25 years if you have the right attitude and personality and just have the right act. So that's where I think that makes a lot of sense as a bet because it's not, I'll hit one close to home, Rick Riley leaving ESPN. I mean, leaving SI for ESPN where, you know, Rick Riley is one of the great columnist ever, but at that point, you know, whatever, maybe it was the internet, I don't know exactly. It just didn't really work as well at ESPN as it did at SI. And so I just think they've done that and that's kind of, you know, teams do that in sports and I think sometimes networks do that. And so I feel like signing McAfee in his mid -30s is kind of like signing a baseball free agent who's in his mid -20s and I think that's what you want to do as opposed to getting a, signing a 35 -year -old and, you know, thinking they can still play, you know, like, I don't know, like a Josh Donaldson, maybe trading for someone like that, Jimmy. You see what I did there? I don't need reminders of the horrific Yankee season. I just did that on purpose. I don't need that. My head was going, who am I going to say? All right, yeah, Josh Donaldson, but it was a treat. Just a, yeah, you want me to say Brian Cashman should be fired. It's amazing too, they replay that. I didn't know this was going to be the situation going into it, but they replay the show as soon as it's over, I think, on ESPN 2 and then they replay it at night on maybe ESPN News or one of their, what you said about if you're going to put on one of the ESPNs at any point in the day, you're going to see Pat McAfee. Yeah. So that's good for him. Like I, you know, people feel like - But I also think, ESPN has to be, they have Aaron Rodgers on their air every week. It's a news making thing that's on their air every week. They've got Nick, he's got Nick Saban on his show every week. Yeah. That's a news making thing every week. I would think ESPN has to be, forget the numbers because the numbers, I think, will be there. It's still a new thing. You have, the ESPN audience is older, the McAfee audience is younger, it might take some, but I would think ESPN just on the brand and the cachet of that show has to be thrilled. I think so. I mean, but if you talk, like I have, again, I'll probably make some calls here in the near future, but so I haven't talked specifically with anybody about that. But generally speaking, when these things first start, everyone loves it. So then we'll see. Again, I'm not saying, I could see it either way. Like, you know, McAfee has not really stayed at any of these, throughout any of these contracts he's had. So that's something to watch. Maybe this one he does, but that hasn't been the case previously. So that is something. I think the fact that he's on game day has to help the relationship there a little bit with ESPN. Here's the thing about McAfee. If you're managing him, in my opinion, and it's like Casey Jones, the former coach of the Celtics, was known for just throwing out the ball and telling McHale, Parrish, and Bird to go play, Dennis Johnson. At least that's how I remember as a kid. That was his reputation. And I think McAfee is sort of like that. Just give him the ball, let him do his thing. He's not looking to, you know, for some strategy. Let's, you know, triangle offense. He's not looking for that. He's looking for, let me do my thing. I know what I'm doing. And the thing about McAfee is he's very smart. Like, I know he plays this, like, he's not smart thing. It works very hard. He works hard and he's very smart. He's very savvy. He acts as if, like, you know, maybe he's, you know, just a dumb jock. But he understands the media business very well. We need, we need to discuss the Kelsey Taylor Swift thing because I actually think it's a legitimate media story. If Fox is going to get these increase in their demographics of the female audience, the young people, the NFL has gone all in on this thing. I mean, they changed their Twitter header to, like, a Taylor Swift thing. They're putting out Travis Kelsey Swiftiest plays on their social media. He's gained, I guess, a ton of followers, the jersey sale. Let me start with this. How did you think Fox handled it on Sunday when she was in the stadium? Do you think they overdid it? Do you think the fact that they had an unwatchable game takes them off the hook? What was your take on the Chiefs -Bears on Sunday when she was there? I think the second part, and I wouldn't take them off the hook, but I think the second part, you have an unwatchable game that you had to switch most of the country out of because it was so non -competitive, that you have Taylor Swift there, it's a big deal. And, you know, there's a lot of Taylor Swift fans who are football fans, a lot of non -Taylor Swift fans who weren't watching that game, but it was a talking point, right? Like, I saw Taylor Swift in the concert this summer, but that was kind of - Look at you! Yeah, how do you like that? Look at you! You couldn't even get tickets. Big shot. Where'd you get tickets? My daughter's friend just won the lottery. No shenanigans. Oh, really? Tickets were $235 each, which is still a lot of money, but not, like, $1 ,000. And it was just kind of happenstance, how I ended up going. I was going to say, if your daughter's friend got tickets, how did you end up at the era's tour? I mean - Were you, like - It's just a long drive to get to the metal lands, didn't want them driving back. They're older, they can drive, but at, you know, one o 'clock in the morning from Taylor Swift, so - But you were in MetLife and watched the show. Yes. Friendship bracelets? Well, you want to know something funny? This is a good one. So, my daughter's friend said to me, do you want a - do you want a jewel? And I'm like, no, no, no, I'm okay. Thinking she's saying a jewel, like a jewel, smoke. But she was saying, like, to, like, get bedazzled, a little jewel, which I would have taken. So later, I was like, I told my daughter, I said, but your friend, she said she asked me if I wanted a jewel. She's like, no, no, she didn't say you wanted a jewel. She said, do you want a - a jewel to put some ju - you know. Right. I didn't have any bracelets, but I was into - I liked Taylor Swift. I wouldn't go again. I kind of felt bad being there, because there's people who give their left arm to be there. But it was - look, she is an unbelievable performer. I mean, it was - you could - first of all, I liked some of her songs. Secondly, the level of performance. It was just, you know, it was an A+. I mean, that - that - and that is something, even if you didn't like her music, you can appreciate it. And also, I appreciate it if I had to go to the bathroom. Easy pass right in there. No one. Right. No one's leaving their seat except for people like you who aren't in it. Yeah, and especially, yeah, and more skewed women.
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A highlight from GARY GENSLER ATTACKS STONER CATS NFTS & RIPPLE XRP WILL FIGHT SEC, HEDERA HBAR STABLECOIN STUDIO!
"Welcome back to the Thinking Crypto Podcast, your home for cryptocurrency news and interviews. If you are new here, please hit that subscribe button as well as the thumbs up button and leave a comment below. If you're listening on a podcast platform such as Spotify, Apple or Google, please leave a five star rating and review. It supports the podcast and it doesn't cost you anything. Well, folks, I want to start off with the SEC versus NFTs. Stoner Cats agrees to pay a one million dollar fine to settle SEC charges. The Hollywood superstar backed Stoner Cats NFTs has neither admitted nor denied the SEC's allegation that it issued an unregistered security. So once again, folks, we see regulation by enforcement by scumbag regulator Gary Gensler. They're not putting out the clear rules of the road. And we even have two commissioners that dissented from this enforcement action. So we see even folks within the SEC don't agree. But we know Gary Gensler has been running around with a false narrative saying everything in the crypto industry is a security and that it's breaking securities laws. But of course, he's not providing any guidance. And we saw even members of Congress question him. Tell us what is it, which crypto coins and tokens are securities? Is Ethereum a security? Is XRP is a security? He can't answer. Right. So we are dealing with nonsense. And, you know, the challenging part here is that he takes these settlements here because these companies don't have the capital to fight the government, to fight the SEC. You saw Ripple. It's they spent one hundred million dollars to fight the SEC. So many of these companies don't have that type of capital. So they settle just to get the SEC off their back. But unfortunately, you know, Gary adds this to his wins list. Now, the good thing is that Stoner Cats is not some major brand, you know, well -known. The defeat that the SEC took with Grayscale and Ripple and I think soon Coinbase, those are big names and well -known. So they carry more weight when, you know, Gary takes the loss. So let me give you the details here, guys. The U .S. Securities and Exchange has charged and settled with NFT issuer Stoner Cats, too, for allegedly offering an unregistered security. Without denying or admitting to the SEC's allegations, Stoner Cats, too, has agreed to cease and desist from offering the NFTs and pay a one million dollar fine. Stoner Cats, too, also agreed to destroy all NFTs in its possession and issue a notice of order on its website and social media channels, the SEC said. Now Stoner Cats, if you're wondering who is the Hollywood backers, it was issued by actors Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis. They released 10 ,000 NFTs in a highly anticipated drop in July 2021. The drop raised eight million dollars. Now, folks, you see how ridiculous this is, you know? So what does that make any artwork that's put out there on the Web, right? Let's say it's not in NFT format. Let's say it's baseball cards or sports cards. This is just ridiculous. The SEC is completely overreaching here. And don't get me wrong, they have a job to do to monitor these NFT prices and crypto projects because there are bad actors. But clearly they're going after the good actors and they're leaving many bad actors to do their thing. So this really sucks. Now, SEC Commissioners Hester Peirce and Mark Ueda issued a dissenting opinion Wednesday arguing the Howey test cannot be met. So clearly, clearly the SEC is divided here and we know the entire industry and even members of Congress are not on board with this nonsense. But Congress has to act. The onus is on them to get the rules in place because Gary is just going to continue his nonsense and he's trying to get that Treasury job. So he's just trying to rack up wins here to say, see, look at all the enforcement actions I took. Look at all the capital I got. And he won't give the details to say, hey, these guys were just trying to issue NFTs. He'll say, you know, they're scammers, they're hucksters, they're doing all kinds of bad activity. Right. So that's his narrative. So we got to fight, folks. And this is why we use social media to our advantage, contact your representatives and much more. Here's what Mark Ueda had to say. Analyzing investment contracts in this way carries implications for creators of all kinds. We're to apply these securities laws to physical collectibles in the same way we applied them to NFTs. Artist creativity would wither in the shadow of legal ambiguity. Mark summed it up really well there. This is really, really insane what the SEC is doing. And we got to keep fighting, folks. But scumbag regulator Gary Gensler continues. Now, interestingly enough, yesterday, some folks from Ripple were interviewed by CNBC. And here's the headline from CNBC. Ripple says it will fight the SEC lawsuit all the way through. Ripple said it plans to fight the ongoing lawsuit with the U .S. Securities Exchange Commission all the way through its president, Monica Long, told CNBC. Ripple is among the crypto companies such as Binance and Coinbase, which are being sued by the SEC for violating laws. So Ripple is going to continue fighting. You guys know there's going to be even the proper party at the end of the month of September. And I'm looking forward to that in New York City. I will be attending. I know some people are down on it because the prices are down. But look, if you have to understand the market cycles, right, what's playing out, everything's down. Bitcoin is down. Even a large, large part of the markets out there because of the macroeconomic factors of inflation, rate hikes and much more. So I'm glad to see that Ripple is going to continue fighting and I'm sure they're going to push for some sort of settlement. And we know the SEC is trying to appeal, but, you know, Ripple took the bigger slice of the pie from a victory standpoint where XRP token was intrinsically stated as not being a security. And I think the judge got it right there. It goes back to how we test the orange groves and the oranges that we get at our supermarket or orange trees in general are not securities by themselves, but rather it's the packaging. So that's the key. So the tokens themselves, not securities is just how are they being packaged? And don't get me wrong, NFTs could be, and I say could be in certain circumstances, securities, right? If they're packaged in a certain way. But we know if you just simply issue artwork and NFTs on the blockchain, that does not make them intrinsically a security. But Gary Gensler, we know he doesn't. He's trying to muddy the waters and cause confusion and just saying everything that's issued is a security. We know it's nonsense. Now, moving ahead, Flare, many of you hold the Flare tokens. If you're an XRP holder who participated in the Flare snapshot, you got a distribution of your Flare tokens. You continue to get that. I personally am doing that and I delegate my Flare tokens and I'm earning rewards. I'm doing the same thing for Songbird. You can of course invest in the Flare token if you want. Well, Flare is going to be moving to a staking model and they provided an update here saying we will soon enter phase two of three in Flare's transition to a staking model, opening new opportunities to delegate stake to validators and earn rewards. The date when staking can commence will be announced in the coming weeks. So if you're a Flare token holder, this is great news and I'm looking forward to this. If I can stake and earn more rewards, that'll be great. And you know, I'm not selling any of the earnings I get from delegation because we're in a bear market. I am just delegating, earning more tokens, and then when the bull market comes, I will be looking to take profits as the prices rise. Now speaking of prices rising and selling, a great platform to do so is on Uphold, which is a great platform. I've been using them since 2018. They're one of my go -to exchanges. They have 10 plus million users, 250 plus cryptocurrencies, and they're available in 150 countries. You can also trade precious metals and equities and 37 national currencies. So that's different Fiat currencies, and you can swap easily between precious metals, cryptocurrencies, and these different 37 national currencies. So if you'd like to learn more about Uphold, please visit the link in the description. All right, folks, we got some very big Hedera HBAR news. So recently I interviewed Leemon Beard, who's one of the co -founders of Hedera. They're doing great things. I think this is going to be one of the blockchain projects that can really come out of this speculative crypto bubble and be one of the winners, right? If you look at the speculative bubble of the dot -com boom, you had your Googles, your Ebays, your Amazons, and a few others that came out that did really well. I think Hedera is one of them. And part of their governing council includes Google, Dell, IBM, Boeing, some of the biggest names. And just recently, Hyundai and Kia started building on the Hedera network. So huge news. So they tweeted out, we're excited to announce the Hedera stablecoin studio, the all -in -one stablecoin configuration issuance and management toolkit tailored for Web3 platforms, institutional issuers, enterprises, and payment providers alike. By leveraging Hedera, the network, and in collaboration with our partners, the stablecoin studio delivers a highly performant, seamless, and end -to -end stablecoin solution with proof of reserve, dedicated custodians, and network native KYC slash AML flagging. So this is pretty big. They said with Hedera, predictable fees, high programmability, and robust network of ecosystem partners, stablecoin issuance and management have never been simpler. Everything you need to build and configure stablecoins with ease. So this is a really great feature. Obviously, stablecoins are going to be a big part of the token economy and the ability to have your blockchain utilized for tokenization, whether it be CBDCs, stablecoins, NFTs, tokenization of real -world assets, and much more is going to be key to adoption because that's the future. So Hedera is ahead of the curve in many ways. And if you haven't seen my interview with Lehman Abir, be sure to check it out because we talk about the Hyundai -Kia situation. We talk about Xinhan Bank with their stablecoin on the Hedera blockchain being used to improve cross -border payments. So it's really, really big things happening here. I'm very bullish on HBAR. Now moving ahead, Coinbase, to integrate the Bitcoin Lightning Network in a bid to drive adoption, Coinbase CEO labeled Bitcoin the most important asset Tuesday following an announcement his company would integrate Lightning. Now Coinbase is a little bit late to the game here. There have been other exchanges like OKEx that integrated the Lightning Network. But more and more, I think, platforms are going to leverage the Lightning Network to help boost Bitcoin's ability to scale. Look, I don't think the Lightning Network is even there yet. We know the folks at Lightspark are trying to do something, Jack Mahler's strike, but it's not there. Look, Bitcoin is a great store of value, great hard money, great digital goal. I view it from that standpoint. And that's why I hold it in my portfolio. It has made me money. But for payments, not great. Not great at all. Now there could be great improvements to the Lightning Network where it gets global adoption and people start using it. But we are far from that. And we'll have to see what guys like Jack Dorsey's Cash App, David Marcus's Lightspark, Jack Mahler's strike, and these guys do because they've done it in small increments and small markets. But there's no major global adoption here where people are like, I'm going to go spend some sats. Don't get me wrong, it may be happening in, once again, small scenarios in El Salvador. But what about the rest of the world? People are opting more for stablecoins. So this is something that the folks who are building the Lightning Network have to figure out how to scale this thing and make it easy for people to onboard. So Coinbase looking to make a push here and get more adoption around Bitcoin, and it certainly makes sense. Bitcoin is definitely the brand that's well known. A lot of people come into the market via the Bitcoin asset, and then they usually go to altcoins after that. Now speaking of altcoins, Vitalik Buterin was speaking at Permissionless, the crypto conference in Austin. It's actually held by Blockworks. And he talked a bit about what's in the future for Ethereum. Now, some people listening to this may be very upset at Vitalik, Joe Lubin, Bill Hinman and so forth. And that's fine. You know, I understand I'm not the biggest fans of these folks as well. I do respect Vitalik as a coder and what he has built. I think folks can't ignore that. He did build a great platform. First mover advantage, the EVM is used by many other different blockchains. And there's been a lot of building on Ethereum. You can't deny that regardless if you hate it or you don't hold it. The facts are there from DeFi to NFTs and much more. And a lot of smart contract tech is being used and built around Ethereum. And he made some interesting statements as to what Ethereum is going to target next. So he said DeFi is cool. NFTs are a new primitive, but an extension of something that has a history and using crypto for payments is good, but also familiar. These are individual pieces that are designed to fit it into an ecosystem that's otherwise the same as before, Buterin said. He said what he's excited about is decentralized social, repeatedly name dropping Faircaster, a Twitter like protocol on the OP mainnet with a companion warp cast mobile app that is currently invite only alpha release. Along with Lens developed by Aave founder Stani Kulichov and running on Polygon's proof of stake chain, Faircaster and similar social experiences are using crypto tools to complete with centralized platforms. Let's see how far we can push things in that direction, Buterin said. But where I see the longer term feature here is it really can plug into all the other stuff that we've been doing as a space. So it sounds like he's trying to build like some sort of decentralized social platform that will include the tokenization, the entities, the DeFi and so forth. That makes sense. And as we head into Web3, just as people transition from Web1 to Web2 and even earlier versions of Web2 social platforms like Myspace and Friendster to eventually Facebook, Twitter and so on, we're going to see a transition from the Web2 social platforms into Web3 social platforms, especially as they become more easy to onboard and use. And there's a layer of rewards of tokens. And if people can legitimately earn tokens and get paid for their activity and it's on the block chain, it's verifiable, it's hard to hack and things like that. They will come folks. They will come. People will come, especially as data breaches continue with social platforms mainstream and other platforms as well. So interesting statements here from Vitalik. And I think we want to watch this closely because look, like I said, Ethereum has the adoption, has a lot of developers, has a lot of capital behind a lot of resources. So if there's any token that comes with these social platforms, I'm going to be looking into that and be looking into these platforms and seeing how I can capitalize on it to make a nice return. Well, folks, that's the news. Let me know what you think. Leave your thoughts and comments below. Hit the thumbs up button. Hit the five star rating on the podcast platforms. Don't forget to check out the merchandise store. Link will be in the description where you can buy the podcast branded gear as well as fire Gary Gensler T -shirts and hats and much more. Thank you for your support. And I'll talk to you all later. Bye bye.
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"In 2016, Mance and I said, let's just create a council out of the top, you know, Fortune 100 companies and top 10 universities in the world. That was insane. Okay. We have been blessed. I don't know how it happened, but it did. And so, yes, we have Google and IBM and LG Electronics and we have the biggest bank in all of Africa and the oldest bank in all of South Korea and biggest telecom in Europe. We have an amazing set of things. We have top universities in the world, top 10 universities. So, University College of London and London School of Economics and IIT in India. We just had this amazing council and I am just blown away that it actually happened and it just keeps getting better. We have 29 members now and we keep adding members. It's amazing. And so, that was the whole point is that we wanted to have a ledger that would work and that would be something that people can respect and trust for the next hundred years. And I think that's what drew the very top tier organizations, wanted to be part of us because they could see we had good technology. We also had good governance and they wanted to be part of a project that really is going to be providing the trust layer of the internet for the next hundred years, not some pump and dump, flash in the pan thing. They wanted something real and that's been our goal from the beginning is figure out the best way to do things. What's the best way to do governance? What's the best way to do the technology and everything else across the board? And that kind of resonated with some of the top tier organizations. Sure. And as recently I saw the news of Hyundai and Kia, one of the largest automotive creators or vehicle makers in the world, joining the council, but also building, I believe they're tokenizing carbon credits or if I'm not mistaken, I forgot the details, but can you tell us a bit about that? Yeah. Hyundai and Kia, those are names. Those are big names. And what they're doing is using Hedera to be tracking carbon emissions and to help various suppliers and other people to be tracking the carbon emissions of the parts. So if you put together a car, what you really do is you're putting together parts that come from other people and sub-assemblies are built by other people. And you want to know, well, what's the carbon footprint of this car? I don't know. I just put it together. I have to go talk to all the people who built pieces of it and find out from them. And I need to make sure that they're telling the truth. And I need to make sure that they're not lying by telling me one thing and telling someone else something else. And even for carbon credits, there might be a carbon credit because you saved a tree, but are you selling that same carbon credit to two different people? When it's really just one tree, you're really treating it like two different trees, or did you save a tree that wasn't going to be cut down anyway? There's a lot of problems. And so what they're using is Hedera to make everything transparent and immutable and in the history where everyone in the world sees it and you all know you're seeing the same thing. And then you can tokenize carbon credits, which people are doing. And there's carbon credit markets on Hedera and markets for clean energy and then ways of doing things like taking clean or dirty energy and carbon credits to offset it, gluing the two together, and then have markets and that all sorts of cool things. So what these organizations are doing is they are doing this carbon tracking of the footprint.
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A highlight from Leemon Baird Interview - Hedera Hashgraph, HBAR Tokenomics, Hyundai & Kia on Hedera, Governing Council, Dropp Fed Now, CBDCs
"This content is brought to you by Link2, which makes private equity investment easy. Link2 is a great platform that allows you to get equity in companies before they go public, before they do an IPO. Within their portfolio includes crypto companies, AI companies, and fintech companies. Some of the crypto companies you may recognize include Circle, Ripple, Chainalysis, Ledger, Dapper Labs, and many more. If you'd like to learn more about Link2, please visit the link in the description. Welcome back to the Thinking Crypto Podcast, your home for cryptocurrency news and interviews. With me today is Dr. Leemon Beard, who's the co -founder of Hedera and the co -CEO of Swirls Labs. Dr. Leemon, it is great to have you on the show. Oh, it's great to be here. Thanks. As I was saying before the recording, I'm a big fan of Hedera. I've interviewed Mance and a few folks from your end as well, and really excited to be speaking with you. Before we get into all things Hedera, I'd love to get to know you a bit better. Tell us about yourself. Where are you from and where'd you grow up? Well, I am from everywhere, at least in the United States. So from the day I was born to now, on average, I've moved every three years. Wow. So I've been all over, all in the United States. Haven't really lived overseas, done lots of visiting overseas, but I've moved around a lot. And so I spent 24 years in the Air Force. I've been starting companies for the last 23 years, all of them with Mance. We've co -founded a whole bunch of companies and I got to be a college professor for a long time. I got to be a research scientist for a long time. I can never just do one thing. I'm kind of scatterbrained and just keep doing different things. It sounds like you got the entrepreneurial bug. You're an entrepreneur at heart and you and Mance have built a lot of different companies. Yeah, fun stuff. Tell us about how the idea of co -founding Hedera came about. So one of the fun stuff I do is just math problems, just for fun. So I have these math problems that I just work on because they're fun, they're puzzles. And some of them I go for decades and I'll never solve them. And I know that, but it's okay. It's just fun. One of them was, well, could computers come to agreement in a way that's really, really fast and really, really secure? Not because I wanted to use it for anything. It's just a really cool math problem. So in 2012, I started working on that and I worked on that for several years. And in 2015, I had repeatedly convinced myself it was unsolvable. So it's just, I work on it for a week and I'll just look at all the parts and I say, yeah, you have to choose. You can be secure. You can be fast. You really can't be both. And I would put it aside, but, you know, some problems just keep coming back and gnawing at me. And in 2015, I realized, wait a second. If you just add two hashes to every message you sent, so every message remembers what is the last message I sent to the last message I received, then suddenly any computer that collected all those messages will actually be able to see the history of how information flowed through the network. And then you can run these really old algorithms that are super secure, asynchronous, Byzantine, fault tolerant, whose only problem is that you have to send lots of votes back and forth and receipts on votes, lots of traffic. But you could do them with zero traffic, with virtual voting. And you'd have all the power and security of that, but you would have just blazing speed because all you have to do is gossip out the transactions, which you have to do anyway, and then there is zero additional communication to reach ABFT consensus with all kinds of math proofs. So that was in 2015. And Mance and I looked at that and said, you know what? That would be a good company. And so then we went from there. And I'm curious about the parallel of blockchain and crypto in addition to Hedera and what you were trying to solve the problem. Was there a aha moment when maybe you first saw Bitcoin or different cryptocurrencies and you're like, well, this is possibly a solution I can merge into Hashgraph or whatever it may be. Is that kind of something that took place? A little bit different. So of course I was aware of these things and I thought, oh, that's cool. You know, proof of work, Bitcoin, that's interesting. For whatever reason, it's not particularly math that is interesting to me right now. I'm wondering what's going on in the world. I know about that. It's cool. And maybe, you know, we'll have the important impacts on things. But in 2015, we realized, wait a second, you can have both security and speed at the same time. Whereas a proof of work protocol like that has neither. It's not ABFT, it's not BFT. It's not fast. It's certainly not green if you're using lots of electricity. And so in 2015, what we realized is that surprisingly this answer would allow you to build an incredibly fast and secure distributed ledger technology. So a blockchain, a DLT. And so we actually started a company to do that private DLTs. And then the second big thing that we realized is in 2016, I remember we were sitting in a restaurant and we realized, you know, what you really need is good governance. Nobody has truly good decentralized governance. You say, well, it's decentralized. Anyone in the world can govern. And then what you end up with is a small handful of people that just kind of rise to the top and have the power and they end up doing the governing. What you really need is to have huge organizations, schools, universities, companies that are well -respected that are not going to be bribed for a million dollars. You have to bribe them a billion dollars to do something bad because they care about their reputation. You then have them govern with guarantees that no one has more power than another. So if you have 29 council members, each of them owns exactly one 29th and has exactly one 29th of the power in the voting. And you publish the minutes of other discussions. You have transparency in your governance. And so for a public ledger, that was the killer app or the killer property was being able to have this good decentralized governance that's guaranteed to not allow the power to just sort of accumulate over time into one small handful of people behind the scenes running everything.
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A highlight from Boxing with Chris Mannix - What's next for Anthony Joshua
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A highlight from Boxing with Chris Mannix - Anthony Joshua - Dillian Whyte is off
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A highlight from HUGE RIPPLE XRP NEWS! HEDERA HBAR HYUNDAI & BITCOIN SPOT ETF APPROVAL SOON?
"Welcome back to the Thinking Crypto Podcast, your home for cryptocurrency news and interviews. If you are new here, please hit that subscribe button as well as the thumbs up button and leave a comment below. If you're listening on a podcast platform such as Spotify, Apple or Google, please leave a five star rating and review. It supports the podcast and it doesn't cost you anything. This content is brought to you by Link2, which makes private equity investment easy. Link2 allows you to get access to companies before they go public, before they do an IPO. And within their portfolio includes crypto companies, AI companies, fintech companies as well. And some of the crypto companies you may recognize such as Chainalysis, Ripple, Polysign, Circle, Ledger, Dapper Labs, Uphold and many other big names. So Link2 allows you to diversify your portfolio to get equity shares in these companies before they go public. But if you'd like to learn more about Link2, please visit the links in the description. Well, folks, we've got some very big news around Ripple and XRP, and it's a lot. So be sure to watch the podcast to the end. And in addition, we're going to talk about HBAR as well as Bitcoin ETF approvals and what that's looking like. First, let's start with Monica Long, who I've had on the podcast. She's the president at Ripple and she was on CNBC, Fintech Effect, and talking about Ripple and what their plans are. And she made a very big statement, which actually should come as no surprise because XRP has clarity in the United States now. Here's the quote. We are re -engaging with a lot of the US market. So that absolutely makes sense. I think everyone's waiting in anticipation, which banks and payment companies and whatever else TradFi companies may use XRP. We know many are using XRP outside of the US already. Let me play a clip of what she had to say with that quote. So it's been a couple of weeks now since the judge's ruling in our case, providing clarity that XRP is not a security, which we're very happy about because it's all out of clarity in terms of how Ripple will operate its business going forward. And we are re -engaging with a lot of the US market. So there you have it. We are re -engaging with a lot of the US market. So I think let's keep our eyes and ears open, which banks and payment companies are going to leverage the XRP ledger in different ways. Now there was also a big report from CNBC around Ripple being listed in the world's top 200 fintech companies. So I'm sure Gary Gensler is really pissed off about this news. Here's a company, him and Jay Clayton and these guys tried to sue over XRP. It's listed as one of the 200 top fintech companies. And Ripple, of course, beat the SEC in the lawsuit where XRP was declared not a security. So this list was put out. Obviously, it's very long, so I'm not going to go through all the big names in here, but obviously, Ripple listed here. Some other crypto companies were in here as well. But great to see Ripple as a company and crypto companies as well are getting recognized for the solutions they are bringing for the future of payments and technology and the web. Right. We're entering that Web3 world where it's another layer on top of the Internet. Now, Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse highlighted the Q2 2023 XRP Markets report put out by Ripple, and he shared some thoughts how the regulators like corrupt scumbag regulator Gary Gensler were using that against them. He said, we began these reports to voluntarily provide updates given our XRP holdings. Sadly, they were used against us in the SEC lawsuit. However, we remain steadfast in our commitment to transparency, but I suspect they're going to look a bit different moving forward. And here one user added the comment to Brad's tweet, saying one correction, Brad. When the SEC sued Ripple in 2020, 15 billion dollars in XRP market cap was eviscerated at the expense of U .S. holders. It was to all XRP holders. I am Australian yet still. So my XRP value decayed because of the SEC's actions. Brad said, you are absolutely correct. We should have caught that. Thank you for pointing it out. So one thing I highly respect about Ripple and this goes back to the early days, they put out these market reports showing in full transparency what they're doing. So you may not agree with certain things that they're doing, but at least they're transparent. And I wish more token projects would do this. Show us your monthly or it should be quarterly. I should say quarterly tokenomics reports. How are the tokens being distributed from a decentralization standpoint? Are there foundations? Are there any partnerships? What's happening? And I think token holders should know about that. And I think Ripple is really setting the standard here. And I think more projects and around the world, not just in the United States, but around the world should do this in an effort to build more trust and provide transparency so that we don't have an issue where scammers we know right away, hey, scammers don't want to put out these reports.
"hyundai" Discussed on WTOP
"Hyundai may join GM and Ford in adopting the Tesla charging port for its vehicles. Amazon has donated $250 ,000 to Virginia Tech to fund summer computer science courses for Alexandria grade and middle school teachers. Badao lost 245 points in Tuesday's session. The S &P 500 down 21. Jeff Klebo, WTOP News. Asian stocks are mainly lower this morning. Good Wednesday morning, June 21st. Welcome into WTOP. Time now is 1 on your Wednesday morning. This is WTOP news. Now to the war between Ukraine and Russia and the latest. It was another tough day in Kiev. 35 Russian launched exploding drones targeted the capital city and western Ukraine. All but three were shot down. It's a clear violation in Russian attacks and signals. A tough road ahead as we hear this morning with WTOP national security correspondent JJ Green. We know this is going to be a hard fight. That's Sabrina Singh, deputy at spokesperson the Pentagon. We know this is going to take time and we are confident that the Ukrainians have what they need. They have the combat power. And she suggested they know how to use it as well. They have the ability to be successful in their counter offensive operations. We see them launching both defensive and offensive operations right now. And to go along with Ukraine's skills, she said the US has committed to providing support to Ukraine and will do it for as long as it takes. The problem that many see right now is that Russia has had a lot of time to prepare for this counter offensive and may be giving Ukraine all it can take at the news this week for Ukraine the Pentagon says it overestimated the value of the weapons it has sent to Ukraine by more than $6 billion over the past two years spokeswoman says this week it happened because the military services replacement used costs rather than the book value of the equipment itself sent to Ukraine now the department has more money available to support Ukraine as it pursues its counter offensive against Russia and it comes as the fiscal year is wrapping up and congressional funding was starting to actually run out a Grizzly prison riot it was in Honduras leaving dozens of women dead Honduran authorities are blaming prisoners linked to the Mara street gangs for a riot that left at least 41 women dead most victims were burned but there were also reports of inmates shot at the prison in Tamara about 30 miles northwest of the Honduran capital of Tegucigalpa at least seven female inmates were treated at a hospital for gunshot and knife wounds Honduran president Xiomara Castro said the riot was planned by Maras with the knowledge and acquiescence of security authorities Castro is vowing he will take drastic actions I'm Norman Hall you are listening to 103 .5 traffic in the DC region is constantly changing if you spot a major incident that we're not reporting already call the WTOP traffic center at 866 304 WTOP that's wtop good wednesday morning midweek june 21st 2023 might see a scattered spotty shower as we head towards daybreak otherwise cool and comfortable lows falling into the 60s before we're done we're 70 straight up in our nation's capital where the time is 144 glad you're in with us you're listening to WTOP near us let's talk transportation this morning on WTOP we've told you metro is facing a huge budget gap right now but this morning we're finding out more apparently about the 150 million dollar shortfall and what it could actually mean for riders if they don't bridge that gap by next next summer WTOP spoke with NBC for transportation reporter Adam Tuss about this new warning out this this week the difference this time is it's coming from metro's operating side of the budget you have to remember Metro has two sides to its budget basically there's the capital side which deals with the infrastructure things like trains and buses tracks stations all that kind of stuff and then there's the operating side the of budget which are the train operators the bus operators the staff positions the wages they have to pay that's where they're saying that this massive 750 million dollar budget shortfall exists this this time and that's not something that the transit agency has had to deal with in the past usually their shortfall has been on the capital side but Metro's actually saying the capital sides in good shape right now it's this operating operating side you know all the hiring they've had to do with the pandemic and higher wages that they've had to pay people people to keep them because of the pandemic because of worker shortages because of things like inflation because the pandemic which has stripped Metro of ridership and dollars that's where they're saying that this shortfall exists this comes at a time when some other things are going much better for Metro let's face it we've had some difficult years recently and I think that's what the general manager's position is right like they've had a lot of things go their way recently the Silver Line opening the Potomac Yard metro station the 7000 series issue seems to be resolved from what it was they're ordering new rail cars and they don't want to lose momentum riders are coming back to the system if you go on the red line at rush hour during the week you'll definitely see crowds on the system and that's why they're saying that they can't believe that they're gonna have all of these these new things on the capital side but they wouldn't have the money to actually operate the trains and the buses to get people there that's why they're saying they don't want to lose the momentum should we be ready to pay more or deal with service cuts? well that's a question I asked the general manager directly today you know is a fair increase on the table and he said absolutely I mean they realistically have to look at every option here the thing is even if you raise fares I think the last fare hike they had was in 2018 it doesn't make that big of a dent in a budget gap of this size in 2018 when they raised fares it brought in something like 20 million dollars so that's obviously just a drop in the bucket of 750 million dollars and when you start to raise fares you start to push riders away and then you're bringing in less revenue to the system so a fare increase probably is not the most palatable idea of how to solve this budget problem what's the final thought you have Adam my final thought is wow what a number I mean we're talking about three -quarters of a billion dollars in one year I think Metro and its leaders are trying to push the discussion on really creating a dedicated source of revenue for the transit agency something like a sales tax a gas tax we simply have moved into a different period of time when it comes to commuting and the way that things like Metro should be funded and I think ultimately I do believe that budget the gap will be solved there could be some cuts that Metro has to make to service but I think the larger here discussion is finding a way to fund the system so that we don't have to go over this over and over again. On the top stories we're following for you on WTOP this early morning a trial date is formally set in former president Donald Trump's classified documents case we'll update you on that to a plea deal that will likely keep him out of jail Republicans are calling it this morning a sweetheart deal. Save with WTOP for more on these developing stories in just minutes.
Hyundai, Julie Walker And Kia discussed on AP News Radio
"TikTok and other social media platforms are thrusting performance crimes like car thefts into the U.S. spotlight. A sharp uptick in thefts of Kia's and Hyundai's over the past two years has been linked to viral videos posted to TikTok and other social media platforms that teach people how to exploit a security vulnerability to steal the cars. Police say despite voluntary fixes from automakers, waves of thefts have continued illustrating the lingering effects of dangerous content that gains traction with teens looking to go viral. Attorneys generals have urged federal intervention and cities and consumers have resorted to lawsuits to hold car companies accountable, still some point the finger at social media platforms unable to remove content at the speed it appears. I'm Julie Walker.
Uptick in stolen cars across United States linked to viral videos on TikTok, other social media platforms
"TikTok and other social media platforms are thrusting performance crimes like car thefts into the U.S. spotlight. A sharp uptick in thefts of Kia's and Hyundai's over the past two years has been linked to viral videos posted to TikTok and other social media platforms that teach people how to exploit a security vulnerability to steal the cars. Police say despite voluntary fixes from automakers, waves of thefts have continued illustrating the lingering effects of dangerous content that
Thefts prompt 17 states to urge recall of Kia, Hyundai cars
"17 states are calling for a federal recall of millions of Kia and Hyundai cars because they're too easy to steal. I'm Ben Thomas with a look at what's going on. The bottom line is Hyundai and Kia, they made choices that have led to numerous thefts that have harmed not only owners whose cars have been stolen, but leaving others in a state of constant risk. California, attorney general rob bonta, those choices he references include not installing standard safety features, including engine immobilizers, which prevent the engine from starting unless the key is present. Berkeley police chief Jennifer Lewis says the rash of thefts have been fueled by social media. We'll be discovered was social media influences setting a challenge was giving people the information on how to easily steal these vehicles. Video circulating on TikTok have shown how people can start Kia and Hyundai models using only a screwdriver and a USB cable in Los Angeles thefts of Hyundai and Kia's increased about 85% last year, and now account for 20% of all car thefts in the city. The national highway traffic safety administration blames the stolen car trend for 14 reported crashes and 8 deaths. I'm Ben Thomas
"hyundai" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"Well, that became a problem for people that we kept hearing from at our team car consumer action center for people who were insured with State Farm and progressive on various Hyundai and Kia models because social media has a lot of uses including one not so good. People were posting videos. Hey, look how easy this circus act is. I can steal this Hyundai. This Sunday, this Hyundai, this key at this one and the other one, like this. There was a flaw in the security systems of 4 million Hyundai elantra sonatas and venues and I don't know which models of Kia, so people were able really easily to just come up and steal these vehicles. Key cars that have been built since 2011, Hyundai's since 2015 and the highway law state institute said the vehicles were easier to steal because they didn't have what were known as electronic and mobilizes to prevent thieves from taking them. And so now newer Hyundai's and key is have this older ones, they ain't got it. So now they have come up with a workaround where they will issue you a fob for your vehicle, you got to go get it, but it's free. They'll issue it, according to USA Today, the way this works is with the fob once you lock the car, it will immobilize the vehicle so that even if somebody breaks in and tries to start it, it's basically a technology that I used to talk about years ago when car thefts were rampant. This is a long time ago. It's called a kill switch. And so it's an electronic kill switch that means that these ultra easy thefts that people have been able to do with Hyundai's and Kia's is over. No more. And so this is really great news. It'll set off an alarm. And it will activate the kill switch that will keep the vehicles from being driven.
"hyundai" Discussed on Security Now
"As a picture of the week, I just saw this mess. Hyundai's got a sticker that says, what? Software upgraded what? You won't bet you won't be able to steal this car or something. But. Is it really going to prevent that? Well, they're really going to put a sticker in the window. But it only works for some. Unfortunately, there are some models that completely lack the engine immobilizer technology. Yes, they can not receive the software fix. Which updates the missing immobilizer logic. So to address that problem, Hyundai will cover the cost of steering wheel locks for their owners, and this is the definition of a clue. So far, all of this talk has been about Hyundai, but as noted, Kia has a similar problem. It has promised to start the rollout of its software upgrade soon, but hasn't yet announced any specific dates or details. The U.S. Department of Transportation was the source of those stats about the number of affected vehicles, and also noted that these hacks have resulted. In at least 14 confirmed car crashes and 8 fatalities. Oh no. So what do you want to bet that product liability and personal injury law firms are already rubbing their hands together over this quite significant screw up? Wow. Okay, who says TikTok isn't useful? That's what I say. So the astonishing success and the equally surprising performance of OpenAI's chat GPT-3 large language model AI. Means that a new phenomenon will soon be entering mainstream use. Leo, I'm going to take a civil water. Why don't you tell our listeners? Oh, good. I will. I'll tell you about club twit while we get ready for I'm dying to hear Steve's taken all this. This will be fascinating. We've been talking about nothing else on all the shows for the last couple of weeks. It's a hot topic. But what gave our podcast the name today, a clever regurgitation? I figured that as much. Yes, there have been lots of names for you. Including. What is it? Mansplaining machine. A spicy autocorrect, but I like the regurgitator. That's good. That's good. You like this show, would you like to hear this show without any commercial interruptions, including the one year about the year? I got a solution for you. Join the club, club twit. We thank
"hyundai" Discussed on Security Now
"Okay, so it turns out that millions of Hyundai and Kia autos, which is to say approximately 3.8 million Hyundai, and 4.5 million kilos are vulnerable to being stolen. Using just a bit of technology. And that, indeed, once the method of doing so became common knowledge in some circles, Los Angeles reported an 85% increase in car thefts of those two brands. And not to be outdone in the car theft category, Chicago, saw a 9 fold increase 900% in the theft of those cars. Okay, so first, how was the news spread? Believe it or not, by something being called a challenge. Which has been heavily promoted on TikTok since last summer, July 2022. TikTok presented instructional videos showing how to remove the steering column cover to reveal a USB-A format connector. Which can then be used to hot wire the car. Hyundai's in key is first low tech response, which began last November, enforcement agencies across the United States to provide tens of thousands of steering wheel locks. You know, a big red steering wheel locking bar has the advantage of letting TikTok watching car thieves know that even if they're able to enter and start the car, aiming it will still present a problem. The fundamental problem, surrounds a coding logic flaw, that allows the turnkey to start system to bypass the engine immobilizer, which is supposed to verify the authenticity of the code in the keys transponder to the car's ECU. In other words, no key is needed. This allows car thieves to activate the ignition cylinder using any USB cable to start and then drive off with the car. Hyundai wrote in response to increasing thefts targeting its vehicles without push button ignitions and immobilizing anti theft devices in
"hyundai" Discussed on Security Now
"That'd be enough to convince me. Okay, so what does V three G four attack? It exploits one of the 13 vulnerabilities. There's a CVE 2012, 48 69, which is a free PBX elastics remote code execution. Remote command execution. There's a CVE 2014 97 27 Fritz box webcam remote command execution. My tail AWC remote command execution. There's a CVE 2017 51 73 IP camera remote code execution. Also a 2019 15 one O 7 web man command injection. Spree commerce arbitrary command execution. FIR, thermal camera remote command execution. A 2020 85 15 dray tech V gore remote command execution also same year 15 four 15 Dre tech V gore remote command execution. Also in 20 20 last year, 2022, 36 two 67, air span, air spot, remote command execution. Atlassian confluence remote command execution, C data web management system command execution, 13 in total, and notably, some of those CVEs were from 2012, 2014, 2017 and 2019. There's no reason to imagine that any of these problems will ever be repaired. And why would they be the device is apparently working? Just fine. And who even knows whether the company that created it still even exists? A new trend we've observed is that companies are formed on the fly by pulling together the individual required resources, devices are designed, they're manufactured, they're sold, then the entire, briefly assembled organization dissolves, returning back to its original component parts. There's no one to call for updates. There is no follow-up. There's no accountability. There's no aftermarket after sales support. Yet, an Internet connected gadget can now harbor hostile code and be used probably throughout the rest of its long service life as one more tiny cog in a massive and untraceable global attack launching platform. That's where we are today. Again, in the case of VG 64, I mean,
"hyundai" Discussed on Security Now
"A 10% off when you ask for a demo, but make sure you use that address because I want them to know you saw it on security now. Dot com slash twit. All right, picture of the week. So today's picture of the week or this week's picture of the week was actually taken by one of our listeners who was up in the attic of some sort of charitable organization. Maybe his church, I don't quite remember now what he said, but this was working on fixing their DISH Network installation. And when he saw the ground wire attached to a nail that was nailed into some wood. Okay. He thought. Okay, I gotta take a picture of this and share it with the security now audience because here we have another weak understanding of the goal of grounding. Where's the other wire go? Uh, it's not clear. It goes wanders off somewhere. And you know, what occurred to me was that maybe whoever it is who installed this, thought maybe the electrons would pay attention to the color of the insulation. Because if they realized that it was a green green wire, your traditionally in electronics, electricity, green is ground. So they go, oh, everybody over this way. Of course, the problem is when they get over to the nail, which is stuck into some wood, what is a very good insulator. So it's a little bit like sticking the wire into that pail of dirt, which is what one of our all time favorite pictures. So anyway, thank you very much to our listener mark for thinking of us. What's wrong with this? What's wrong with this DISH Network installation? Don't you love it? When they see stuff like this, they think of you immediately, right? Senator Steve. Okay, so I titled this would have gone daddy.
What Stands Out About the Baffling Idaho House Murders
"I want to talk about the Idaho murder, there's something that really bothers me about the Idaho situation beyond the beyond the obvious and I'm going to walk through that. In a second here, so here's what this guy is by the name of Brian kober, 28 years old, allegedly allegedly allegedly. I want to just keep saying that. And the cops have done a great job looking into this. And so a couple of things. We're continuing to get more information about this. The man accused of murdering the four college students at the university of Idaho. It's become a rather incredible example of what forensic investigators are capable of these days. 40 years ago, this probably would have been an unsolved murder. And for almost a month, it looked like it would be, but thankfully, it has turned out that instead of being hopelessly lost, the police were steadily making progress, and yesterday we learned what evidence they were collecting. Coburger you'll remember was a graduate student in criminology at Washington state university in paulman. Which is only about 8 miles away from Moscow where the university of Idaho is. Co burger became a suspect because he was identified as the owner of a white Hyundai elantra. Which is an FBI analyst identified, which an FBI analyst identified as a vehicle of interest. From a mountain of surveillance footage recorded from nearby buildings in the area. From there, the evidence slowly came together as often the case these days. The suspect cell phone played a role according to investigators, koh Berger's phone show that he visited the murder House 12 time for the killings. Not only that, but he returned to the area of the house around 9 a.m. on November 13th before the murders have even been discovered. Not only take a pause here, if it's indeed true that he visited the house 12 times, then it does dispel the fear that this was just a random killing that he knew the victims. Now, why is that a fear? Because some people, I think, are now living in this state of mind that a knife murderer might just show up at your house. Now, by the way, he could just be staking out. We don't know we'll have to wait for the trial. But it turns out the most important piece of evidence against coburger might not be where his cell phone was pinged, but rather when it didn't. According to the evidence, released yesterday, coburger cell phone stopped reporting its location from two 48 to four 48 on November 13th, the exact time window where the killings occurred when his phone was turned back on. Coburger was driving on the road back to his university.
"hyundai" Discussed on Nightly Pop
"Welcome back to nightly pops of the world, continues to be a weird place for people. So, you know, others are just trying to find romance in these stories will not help. It is time for love is. First of all, let me run into 6 Brown shakes after meeting her boyfriend in the ER. So he said he was a professional stuntman, but she got suspicious when he shattered his hip. And she noticed that no films were being made. Turns out. He is actually not a stunt man. He just likes to jump in front of cars for insurance money. Are you that desperate that you're finding dudes in the ER though? Some people like that vulnerability. You know, they like a guy who's in a vulnerable state. And then he thought to himself if she's great, I can't tell her. I just jumped in front of a Hyundai for 25 minutes. I'm sorry. Let's call that? A Hyundai? I'm sorry, say that again? Hyundai? What's a hot young day? Stop. What do you think it's called? Honda? How do you say it? A Hyundai. Are you okay? How do you say it? It's called a Hyundai. Are you really Googling it? You think I'm wrong. The question is, are you? We know how to pronounce it, booboo, it's for you. Established globally by now, but it's always the same struggle. Take your time. Turn it up. The name of this brand. And that would be some day young day. I should say. Hyundai Hyundai is not high yandy. I said, Hyundai. You got footage of how I said, look at me. Bro. Are you wondering? Are you under? Oh my God. I'm stunned. I'll move on, but it's your very weird person. Yeah. Holy. All right. We're finding out more and more about hunting you guys. This next story comes straight out of the mean girls handbook, a woman wrote that her boyfriend's group of friends will constantly avoid her, not invite her places, and then they start group chats without her. They've even gone so far as to edit her out of the group photos that they take. That sucks. Yeah. That is so, so, so mean. If this was happening to me, I would straight up tell my boyfriend, we got to figure this out. Yeah. Like, this is not my problem. This is our problem right now. It's weird. So then I would be like, and I also would be like, do you guys hate me? I would just straight up say it. You would ask. Oh, a 1000%. I would say it in front of everyone too. I'd be like, you guys hate me? That'll help. I would take the high ground and just stand in the middle of all the photos. Just like this. Take center post. Yeah. I would not care. I wouldn't give a. I would give a less if people didn't want to hang out with me, or their problem. I walk out the restaurant and get my Hyundai get. It's the same high I said earlier. Yeah, there's too many people who love you to worry about the ones who don't. Amen, sister. That is so true. That's a nice waste of time. Someone put that shirt, you know? All right, you guys, so let's move on because a woman asked Reddit for advice because her husband apparently turned into a giant baby. He got into an accent and had a wound on his chest so he asked her to kiss it like she does for their 9 year old boo boos. Apparently she refused, he threw a tantrum and said that she doesn't care about him and then he salt for the rest of the night. What's this little reaction or should she just kiss the boo boo? First of all, that booboo didn't have a band aid on it. Just disgusting. If you're in a full accident, that's not a boo boo. That's a wound whoo. Yeah. As an adult now, I'm like, your mouth probably has germs on it too. I don't necessarily want a kiss on my boo boo. But I think most stock 9 out of ten doctors would agree. That is not the way to do it. But this is shedding light on the fact that men are complete children when they get sick. That's really what this is about. So true. Y'all don't know how to go. You would be the one. I love it. Because I'm so not dependent on a partner outside of that. Usually I like providing. I like being as independent as I can be. And then when I get sick, I go. Could you make me soup? You're not. I think you got mad once because nobody checked on you or something. You were like, nobody even checked on me while I was sick. You got upset. No, I didn't actually get upset, but I did think you should have checked on me. I just, I get sick hard, you know? Oh, my gosh. I do. When I get when I get a cold or something, I'm out for the count. Yeah, you need a nurse. What are you looking at me for? You didn't check on me. Okay. You'll be all right. All right, you guys, that's all the time we have. No one tonight. Everybody, because we'll be back with you next week. Yeah..
A highlight from In the Rear-View Mirror
"I've only ever owned one car. She was my first grownup purchase. After graduation it became quickly evident. That the scooter. I'd used zip around campus. Wasn't going to cut it on the streets of seattle. My dad helped me find her on e. bay. She was a used. Two thousand two hyundai santa fe with skin peppered and dense. She'd previously been involved in a rollover situation but her guts were unharmed while her previous owner wasn't thrilled at the thought of hanging onto an imperfect vehicle. I was poor and open to the idea. She costs seven thousand dollars. It was a fortune. Then let's be honest also now but she seemed worth it as she was sturdy. Safe and even trendy. If you squinted your eyes and allowed for creative liberties. I was bigger than still swollen with the possibilities of the lives. I might lead a wealthy novelist a stylish professor or quirky artist a journalist and actor or maybe a movie director but most of all a dancer. Fuck i wanted to be a dancer so badly in made my stomach hurt if i reflected on it too long as i couldn't possibly want something that much and not get it. I was certain everything would work out. I drove the santa fe. Too many exotic locations my retail jobs. My performing jobs might teaching jobs. My dance students thought she was cool. And everyone knows high-schoolers get to decide these things. I started a dance company. I piled costumes props and dancers into the santa fe and drove them to every show. I could book. my friends. were beginning to quit dance. Giving up the old dream for husbands and office jobs. I decided to be better than that. I was going to dance forever. I was probably going to drive the santa fe forever because there was no way i'd ever afford another car on what i was making foreshadowing. I hold onto
Mind the Age Gap - Age Differences When Dating
"Thought begin to discuss dating and each gaps because because eventually updates men that are older than me as far as to eighteen years. Older than me appleseed guys are younger an out death notice complete So the instant to know your thoughts on if you have had a big age gap in Work for you I do have feigns. Relationships with guys are younger and the delight that at an rise ago. Veins or detail guys are older but that comes with disadvantages against both can come at advantages so they could wanted discuss. Yeah massively this is good because we haven't discussed this topic. Kappa is quite a big one because his very much. Like when you're on a dating choosing the a train that guy for and yeah I have dated someone. He was hanging out in the me when i was twenty. They will ferte and he had. It was actually. It was quite controlling relationship and yet didn't end. Well did you want to date For you as a twenty year old data Rt was that exciting. Or did you feel like you could see to your friends or hyundai zone. Is ten years older. Was it was more like a throwback way while it kinda just happened. What it was is one of my colleagues. He was dating her sister. And i went to a policy and we just got on everson and i didn't actually know how big of an age gap it was until till afterwards and then things moved very quickly and yeah my life my twenties. I think he was like two years of just Yeah like i missed out on those two years of my twenties and what twenty year old should be. Because i was dating someone who was ten years older and they were very much like this is how life has to be
GM Issues 2nd Bolt Recall; Faulty Batteries Can Cause Fires
"GM is recalling some older Chevrolet bolts over faulty batteries it's the second recall for some older Chevrolet bolt models General Motors has reported a persistent battery problem that can set the electric cars on fire it covers about seventy thousand bolts worldwide from the twenty seventeen twenty eighteen and part of the twenty nineteen model year owners are advised to not charge the cars overnight and park them outdoors two cars caught on fire after being fixed under the previous recall spokesman Dan Flores says engineers are working around the clock on how to find a battery defect and what the repairs will be it's another bug in the global roll out of electric vehicles with recalls from GM Ford BMW and Hyundai over battery issues I'm Jennifer king
Ethiopia's Tigray Crisis: Fleeing for Fear of New Ethnic Conflict
"The BBC is heard fresh reports of ethnic cleansing integrate T grain forces are continuing to extend their control of the region, prompting the Ethiopian government to abandon a unilateral ceasefire. More fighting is now expected in the west of Tigre, an area close to the water with Sudan from where our Africa correspondent Andrew Harding reports. Doing nothing for a young man is struggling to swim across the fast flowing Brown River. He's escaping the conflict into great Safely across the 18 year old tells us he was chased by another ethnic group, The, Um Harris, whose malicious still control this corner of Western to be able to get them. They know you were two grand. They kill or arrest you, He says the militias are everywhere. Within hours, I meet another group of four teenagers who just made the same journey. Some armed soldiers come home to home and they registered their means, and they sold them to leave home. Militia militia and their militias. I'm harem. Alicia's Yes, I'm on a mission. They gave us two days to leave home to to get out of former because we are immigrants. Like many others, these youngsters are fleeing Ethiopia's fast changing war into gray, a war that seemed to be winding down. That could well be just getting started. They've all ended up here on the far side of the river in neighbouring Sudan. The isolated Sudanese farming town of Hyundai at a Tigre and doctor is busy treating more new arrivals. Doctor terrorists to Farrah fled across the border last year. Now he sees clear signs. Of an upsurge of ethnic violence. So there is there is a new search of mass arrest. Thousands of people have been held in camps and with no food and no water, and particularly, they were being told that they are going to be punished by Hank punished by hunger and staffed. Word by
Hyundai Recalls More Than 390,000 Vehicles for Possible Engine Fires
"hyundai" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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"hyundai" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"Eastern so it's often market's close either way. It's always a very late night for me. We the podcast that i to To get this show out it'll be on tomorrow's cwm production and delivery numbers confirming that they deliver one hundred ninety. Four thousand eight hundred cars produced eight hundred eighty thousand from january to march in q. One this year the model s. and the model x. Absent of course no sign of the modal day or the refresh day that musk promised back in january or february It was within a a week. I think after he was lost speaking and that hasn't materialized deliveries have been pushed back of the model s. the refresh from february march. Two think many people showing july now those of the car Look i make to face delays on. They absolutely won't be the last and it'll be interesting. If on the cool they directly address while the as whether it software whether it's production issues whether it is chip shortages effecting the global automotive industry We're not seem to but We wait to see what they say about that riviera next in the news today and they have updated their website with a kind of a q. and i But certainly i get to know ribian section so we can have a look at that today like learn more sections experience and they are all about the ownership experience. Which when you think how. Expensive that truck saw. That's a bad at thing. But they have put it into various topics of purchasing challenging servicing and even their insurance product. So i'll talk about how that combine. He's made simple. You can do. Online sounds very much. Like tesla How you can charge on their own network that calling it. The review adventure network sounds very much. Like that's how they actually this is interesting. They have their own network either. A network of service centers and and service and they have kind of range of subjects. That will come to you. Sounds familiar But also over the air updates sounds So all of these kind of being taken from tesla's playbook and that's no bad thing. I think they were the things that tessler has done really really well and also tested Insurance is being if not copied because what the back end. Looks like whether it's just working with a with a partner to give preferential pricing a or. Not so all those things. Now live on the review and website and this looks like they're getting closer to actually getting the cars out there. One of the really interesting things about buying. The car is in the section at least is the review guides and that is assigning. You a dedicated person who will be your your your point man you pointing woman when you're going through that process of being ribian owner to help with all of your questions and they can do that a bit. Like how when tesla was a smaller company. You bought tesla. Cpo so coming from them preowned they would off than it was like getting a new car so any thinks dense that sorta out anything that was scuffed back in the day you could buy used tesla and they would have just gone through it and made sure it was in tiptop condition. Clearly when you making half a million a million calls a year which they get close to that this she possibly You can't do that anymore. But when the smaller they did and riviera like doing that more bespoke personal touch which i like and it's absolutely should be doing that lost in the news today. We're talking about the vw. I d four challenging the baja peninsula. An article coming to us By the way all slash give. Volkswagen is finding its newest. Idee four electric crossover in the national off. Roading racing association mexican one thousand race in the baha peninsula. Most people are not aware. The as manx june buggy based on the iconic beetle won the inaugural nora mexican back in nineteen sixty seven says slash gear. Now it's the vw. Ide- photon to its merits in the harsh harsh mexican terrain reports slash gin. It starts with a stock. Id four first addition with a single remounted motive battery. Pack of course members eighty two kilowatt hours and then reselling race in a given a full set of rules style. Cova struts and chiba fronts Lower control arms Boxed lowery links says last year and without sin place sits two inches high off the ground and stuck a bit more cooling going in and additional skid plate so when you look at the pictures of what they've done he's definitely ninety four but yet done a ton of stuff to this. Mainly around safety. I would say when you look at the roll cage and things like that different displays inside to give you a bit more data than typical. Id four would have and of course spats iron. They're racing seats harnesses. Oles gonna things and and a lot more cooling but awesome. I love stuff like this. Because it's so cool when when companies get to the stage of taking Ebays and messing about with them. The performance runs or you know off roading in in this all kick them out specifically for the drag strip all of these things. Just show signs that the av market is is is growing maturing. And that's a really really good thing for trick vehicles right question of the week this week which we are asking you to email in rebound sunday as always with my ability. Norway dot com. What's the most effective consumer education regarding. Ev's difficult one but One that i think is going to be very populist where it was the most effective consumer education about the skit your email in hallo evening news daily dot com is my email address. Well as always if you can check out the patriot page really appreciates it means An awful lot to have a look at Patriots having fun the podcast patriot dot com. 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"hyundai" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"Motorized charge. Flap it is well worth watching. Just for that Johnny smith from the late break show. He really liked the three meets. A said more than a range rover. He loved the flat floor and particularly he loved the design of the real window. Because it's done in a way that doesn't require a windscreen wiper kind of the aero pushes the water off love the eight hundred volt charging system the augmented head up displays as works pretty well struggled to find fault with it. Hundred and fifteen mile an hour top speed not a problem with watching just to see what he powers the. come from. yeah I won't give it away but it's definitely worth watching. What like the twin screens actually. They were pretty impressed by the charge. Speed naught to eighty percents They liked the e pedal style Which is actually. I pedal Least watch on youtube because we're gonna get in trouble the The i pedal is their version of the sounds e pedal and It's Got the One pedal driving feature that many. These have These days and so yeah he. They liked that the real key when i would say is the next next move review. That's the german youtube channel and they liked the pixel lights. The self presenting door handles. He showed the internal plug socket which the uk ones didn't is under the Receipts and none of them had shots of that. He showed off the key which has two buttons on it for driving. The conflict was in backwards and again the The none of the uk reviews How that's so. I wonder again. I wonder why they didn't maybe they weren't allowed to possibly This is a different thing is a different kind. He might be at least as in germany and he charged it on honesty and charged at two hundred and twenty three kilowatts. That's a fifty percents. They charge that is incredible us insane. Judge beats and that leads us nicely onto our next story and that is hung by with the only five of released a video of the car charging unlike previous examples. This time it's the actual. Mako releasing ten to eighty percent states of charge video. It was shot in south korea on the twentieth of april outside temperature. Nineteen degrees battery temp fifteen. When it started says inside a visa now the charging curve is pretty complex with lots of sharp increases and drops along the way and i can show you this online. If you're watching the version of the show the charge curve of many vs would starts high and then sometimes it steps down. Sometimes it curves down. Like on the id for this one though has jumps up and jumps down so the actual peak charge. Speed isn't the beginning of the session. It starts about one hundred and fifteen kilowatts. Ten percents they charge gets about fifteen percents a charge and goes up to one eight seven then it jumps again up to two twenty and then it jumps again and it peaks about two hundred and twenty five kilowatts at least in this video about fifty one percent state of charge. So the official hyundai video and again if you're watching the the the youtube version show you clips. I play again just kind of copyright and stuff but ten minutes nine minutes thirty into the the the charging cebu plug motorway service station plug in and in ten minutes. You a halfway full on. It's charging it's two hundred and twenty six kilowatts thought is just going to rewrite the rulebook if this is is repeatable and it but i'm not saying budget car exactly but it is certainly a family achievable car to own. You know not. Porsche tycoon. specs or not You know audi. gt specs. we know. The tesla's can take this high speed. We know that challenge club is very different. You have to arrive a very low state of charge. Battery has to be pre conditions and it it ramps down super-quick so this is kind of almost the opposite. You arrive in. It starts a little bit slowly. not slowly Is one hundred fifteen kilowatts at ten percent but then as you go through hundred and twenty hundred and eighty eight two hundred twenty two and you get to that magic mark of about two to five forty seven forty eight percents and then then he runs down and it starts to decrease and that is i think the sign of a good understanding of that battery pack in their cells. A well-behaving pms it's constantly monitoring what the pack can take rather than these kind of pre-programmed we some of the previous calls have done. Preprogramed jumps down. 'cause that's not the way that cell voltage works so I'm really impressed with this again. None of the uk review is. The isocell gave it the kind of charging test. The we saw the german review. Do butts can't wait to see more of these on the roads puzzling to inside evasion. Show nights if you would like to read more and have a look at more next. We will talk about the rimec. The remark see two or remark. See underscore to hypoc. Aw acceleration say we the fastest accelerating production car in the world. They ten launches and there's a youtube video online on the on the iraq channel vice started eighty two percents. They weren't even kind of gaming the system they want even starting one hundred percent. They started eighty percent. They went down to sixty percent over those ten runs on. It just looks like the real deal. Hypoc are reinventing massive technology Again i won't show the whole video again copyright I like matt is just as a as a as a founder of a company wearing t shirt in the video. He's just like the anti. Ceo is the fully homologated road. Going prototype was put to the test in quarter mile runs and managed to complete the task. Eight point nine five seconds They were doing one hundred and fifty six point one miles an hour and fascinating in the video. He goes through all the different track controls off. You can shift the balance From front and which axles getting the most power and eight point nine four seconds to do the quarter mile this was on track which she makes clear wasn't a drag strip it was an old disused road and it was dirty and bad asphalt and so he says the of sixty time of two point. Three three seconds was quite bad was the quote So that is That's just something else when they do it. In a controlled conditions remark previously saying one point. Eight five seconds is the is the time that they are aiming for with that nor to sixty top speed of two hundred fifty eight miles an hour on the seat to almost two thousand horsepower and that is getting close they were saying the video gun watch up link in the show notes to having journalists and reviewers have a play with the copy. Amazing all right tesla's earning is next in the news today. Earnings coal is late night for me. Maybe ellios i'm plus five.
Tiger Woods never used brakes during his brutal car crash in Los Angeles county
"Slammed into a store. Tiger Woods apparently never hit the brakes during his recent SUV crash in L, a county. According to a TMZ report yesterday. Investigators think Woods never even took his foot off the gas pedal when something caused his 2021 Hyundai Genesis SUV to veer off the road near Rancho Palace for Days and Rolling Hills Estates near San Pedro. Last month. The crash left Woods with serious leg injuries that required surgery. He's now recovering from his injuries at a home in Florida. Los Angeles sheriff's investigators say nothing so far, including data from the vehicle's black box indicates Woods was impaired the day of the accident. Reporter Lisa Taylor says the 20 2100 I Genesis
"hyundai" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Oh, all right. Friday, Way haven't interview coming up. Right after the bottom of the hour. Steve Moore. I've worked with step work, interviewed Steve Moore Berman. Many years goes back to he was One of the co founders of Club for Growth. E was one of the originally met him. What he was on the editorial board at The Wall Street Journal. And they were in the same building with me. And so I would see Steve. We would have money is an economist. He's been involved with the Heritage Organization conservative economist So I wanted to talk to him about big attack. Because I heard him recently. Basically expressing, I thought were similar views to mind. I'm the only guy I know who is not in favor of breaking up the big tech companies in this country. S O. I want to talk to Steve more about that, and that's coming up after the bottom of the hour, but we'll have that 11 other quick. Economic story, which I think a little, um Little Ludo doing two into the future. Is Apple. Is in talks with carmakers, specifically Kia Hyundai or Hyundai, Kia. About Annapolis car and we're not talking about Many, many years down the road. We're talking in a couple of years. So fill the boat who covers the automotive section over it. CNBC was talking about the deal. They are in talks have been in talks for some time about reaching an agreement finalizing agreement where there would be production of an apple car at the Kia plant in West Point, Georgia. That's about 90 miles southwest of Atlanta. It's a plant that's been around for a number of years. There are key a model that are built there right now, and they have available capacity. It would be an autonomous electric vehicle. I heard David mentioned Autonomous. That's the key part of this, and I'll explain why in a little bit, it is scheduled for production in 2024, though the people I've talked with have said Look, this might get pushed back a bit. It might not happen till 2025. The apple hardware and software will be in the vehicle. In other words, this will not be apple software in a Kia model. This will be an apple car. With Apple, playing the dominant role in both the design of the hardware of the vehicle, physical hardware, the vehicle as well as the software. We reached out to representatives from Apple for a comment on our reporting yesterday afternoon. The company declined to comment, and if you take a look at shares of Hyundai, we also reached out to representatives from Hyundai. They also declined to comment. So I know I've talked about autonomous cars for quite some time and I drive Ah Autonomous car semiautonomous. They're getting better every year. I It's not a question of if it's a question of when I think we will be driving Apple cards very, very soon. The CEO over at Volvo. They're already involved in autonomous. All of them are autonomous cars, Hakan Samuelsson says the traditional automakers will have to adapt. Olympus love big ones they will be they will be putting pressure on all the traditional film you make some of the best way to react is off course to adapt. Yeah. So You won't have a choice. There won't be any Gas engine cars. General Motors has announced that they plan to exclusively offer electric veals vehicles by 2035. So that's 14 years away. And they're not going to sell. Internal combustion cars. They will be electric only by 2035 so back to fill a bow explaining why Apple would want to partner with Hyundai. Why would apple want to partner with Hyundai on Dit comes down to this one of the driving factors here is the chairman of Hyundai. His name is s chunk. He became the chairman of the company in October. But you know, the family has long been guiding Hyundai not only in the auto business, but that they're in a number of different industries in Korea, and he has said goal number one mobility. Mobility as a service is goal number one in the future, not to be just an automaker. But to have mobility at the core of everything that Hyundai does, And there are some people Jim, who will sit there in the auto industry and says you're letting the Fox into the henhouse. If you let Apple into your plant. You think that Apple is going to help you. Hyundai does believe that Apple will actually help Hyundai as it develops its own portfolio of Elektra of Electric as well as autonomous vehicles. And if you were apple, why would you partner with somebody like Hyundai or Carl? They've got a great reputation when it comes to reliability and manufacturing expertise. There's no doubting that it all asked people in the auto industry to name the two or three automakers that they look up to in terms of saying who has it and who doesn't right? Toyota Hyundai there at the top of the list, And so if you're apple, it makes sense to all right. Okay. All right. So when we come back Don't talk about Big Tech specifically and about breaking them up with Steven Moore. Yeah,.
"hyundai" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"To Janet and Dallas. Okay, so right now you're driving like a 20 year old truck? Yeah, 308,000 Miles, but it's still going along. I've got that many mileage and somehow I'm still going along, too. Then you sold your Hyundai Alondra, which I'm gonna sumas. A newer, nicer vehicle. Your son's girlfriend. Yes, because at that time I was like, Okay, I'm ready for a new vehicle. I really want to go back into an SUV. Did they break up after you did that? No, They're still together. Okay, then, and it's still running. So that's a good thing. The relationship of the car. Both. Okay, um, so I'm looking at as TV's, um, I drove an Audi Q five. And that was really nice. I liked the size. I liked Um I like the style. I like. How quiet it Woz. Yeah, I loved out of Q five. Yeah, I mean, but I e just I didn't spend that much money. Um, it was just more than I really wanted to spend. So I also I like the looks of the Ford edge and escape. And I like the, um The Lexus of Rx three. I think it is. Yeah, but if you go within our exit Lexus, it's the same price of as acute five now. Okay. I didn't know that. In fact, it's gonna shock you. But even in the compact SUVs like you're discussing the escape and stuff like that, even those Congar Oh, up easily. With everything on it into the high 30,000 range. Well, they keep the Yeah. The the Alby was. I think it was about 36. That was two years old. It was about 36 surprising in that. Yeah. So I'm just And then, of course you were talking earlier about the hybrids and the electrics. And so I'm I'm getting close to retirement. So I'm assuming this could very well be my My last car. Maybe one more. So, you know, I don't know. Do I do electric? Do I? I don't know enough about those early as you know, Janet. I'm married and my wife retired from Fox four. And she always wanted a Jaguar. So when she first retired, we finished up police on an Acura and I got her the Jaguar because you know what I said. She's retired. This car can last a decade. Mm hmm. So I got her the car. I did not lease it. I just got out of the car because she is retired. And you know what, she said. What made you think I wanted to keep it a decade? Well, we have a history of keeping our vehicles a long time. And I probably should have married you because then I have a Jaguar 22,000 Miles almost four years old that she's going. I didn't say I wanted that for a decade. So, but there you go. But here if we go back to the compact SUVs, I have to take back and remind you, Janet that because compact SUVs, crossovers full size SUVs and trucks Are literally 80% of the market. Now, if not more, that those are the ones that the price has been jumping up the fastest on. So you're in Dallas, right? Yes. I do not know if this will still stand. But you can call Adam Vincey have platinum, Ford and terrible because a month or so ago we had enough rebates and all that on the Ford escape. They were they had offers on some 2020 models. I want to say the s e like, eight grand off. Well, yeah, that makes a very affordable, thea other option. I want you to look at is and again the other side of the world. I want you talk to Alan Glover at highly Mazda in Hurst. And ask about the price of the sea X three because that is going to be actually the closest in size and function to about a Q five. You like okay, and obviously a lot less money for brand new one, no less because I think they have Some cash back and 0% financing to boot. But it's a phenomenal little compact crossover for not much money. Okay and the other issue to give us a third choice. Cause I want to say the Hyundai Tucson has. It has a pretty big rebate and discount right now, and that's also an exceptional crossover. Okay? Yeah. We actually were looking at the hundreds to Tucson in the Santa Fe. So if you can't afford it If you can't afford it do the Santa Fe with Roosevelt because that is in that class of compact crossover. That is the best road vehicle of all of them. All right. The monster see extreme may be the most fun to drive outside of acute five. With Santa Fe. He's gonna retire and you couldn't take road trips across America. That's pretty much the one I'd want to be in. Okay, Great. How's that? Yes. Thank you so much for your home. Thanks. Yeah. Have a good weekend. Thank you. You too. Let's go to Steve and Fort Worth. Thanks for holding Steve. Happy Saturday, and nothing happened. Nothing. Nothing happy about it yet. Well, I'm spending it with you enjoy every Saturday, let's move. You remember when we were younger? We used to enjoy the fact it was Saturday and we would be going out getting drunk. That's not till later. Ed come out. I don't know that was actually earlier is it got later and we got older. We couldn't do it anymore. Exactly. Um so You've helped me a bunch in the past. I really appreciate so I know you're gonna shoot me straight. Okay, Go ahead. You're gonna shoot me straight. I sent my wife to the dealer to get some warranty work done on her 18 Jeep Wrangler. And it was simple stuff. And then a two door Jeep Wrangler or a four door Jeep Wrangler. Oh, it's the four door. Okay, Dad, And I'm the guy that called you a couple years ago with my wife was having a midlife crisis. They wanted a Mustang convertible. Don't know if you remember that. No. I told you take her out because it was Saturday night. Get her drunk should get over is what I told you. Well, we ended up with another jeep in the house. But anyhow, so she calls me and she says Um, from the dealer. There. There there recommended all this. Um this work that needs to be recommended, And I said, What is it? And she said, Well, $2000 should Cars two years old. Why do you anyhow? How many miles How many miles 31 Okay Service, So it's basically the 30,000 Miles service. Oh, no, no, It's nothing that that it's recommended by by the manufacturer or in the owner's manual. There were recommended stuff that's not recommended in the owner's manual for Till 120,000 Miles..
"hyundai" Discussed on WTVN
"Maybe now or pay me later. Exactly. I mean, you've got your money's worth out of you did the math and you've had it What? Nine years and you spent x on it, and you divide it. By how many days you've only you've got a good run on a key and And you a lot of people Listen to me. No, I'm not pro Kia and Hyundai. But they are very affordable If you take care of him the last like a crisis or even I mean the last if you take care of him, But I'm a Toyota Honda Guy Honda number one all my daughters or learn hundreds for a reason. Because they're safe. They're affordable. And I know they're get great gas mileage, and I'll never lose money on all your daughters from Hondas and all your ex sister in Texas, right? Yeah. All rise, please. For mayor, too plain city playing here, Tim, How you doing today, Chief? Good morning. Good morning, And I'm not the mirror this morning. I'm the exalted ruler Praising my leading night that you're looking across the system at got promoted. Sneeze snow job. Alright. So so I am the Super night. Whatever that means. It means like I do more sleeping night leading May I call soup? I renamed the super him. Are you drinking already or what I can read. I can rename it all post 2700. But writing the reason why I called in was I haven't seen your request to join the lodge yet. What's up? The dog ate and I apologize and put it back on my desk now. Actually, boots gave me three. So I do have one now. So when you do join, you'll get the pleasure of being the page to the leading night. Okay? Sure. Go over. Some things never change. I got to be his boss for a change for a change. That's right. Well, Tim and sorry.
"hyundai" Discussed on WTVN
"800 lemon law. Lemonade minute. It certainly is a revolutionary car. The Hyundai Palisades beautiful new SUV that has come out. It's a higher price point along the line of the Hyundai Genesis, but unfortunately there is a garlic smell bad breath. Hot garbage odor that is coming from many of these vehicles, according to a car driver, article 100 technician reportedly said it smells like old warned socks. A definitive source of the smell is yet to be found. But many owners have concluded that there's something going on with the leather seating in the limited trims with the light colored interiors, and that's a common denominator in all these foul smell cases. This first was brought up by cars dot com They were the first to publicize this alleged sent issue of the website acquired a long term 2020 policy back in December of last year and reported that there's began to smell rather bad inside. They describe the odor as garlic or rotten produce. Unfortunately, it's not necessarily the head rests. Many believe it's inside the seat cavity. If you're dealing with us spouse smell odor in any vehicle, it could be mold. It could be mildew. It could be something worse. You need to get your vehicle to unauthorized manufacturers dealership and make sure they verify the problem and make sure that they put that verification on a repairing voice. Even if they're just spring, some sort of disinfected or they're doing some sort of mold treatment. Everything in anything they do should be written out, and you should receive a repair invoice mileage in mileage out what you're complaining about and what they're Doing to try to fix this issue. There is no resolution right now for this palisade issue If you're driving a Hyundai Palisade, and you're dealing with a foul smell, you need to give us a call at 1 800 lemon law so that we can help you get that sweet smell of success and back on the road to recovery with this 1 811 11 8 minute, Michael Sack got a question. You need boots to answer. Give him a call. 614793 1957 just like his 1957.
"hyundai" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Remark it check with Doug Prisoner Doug. Yeah, We've got a rally going on in Seoul right now, with the KOSPI up about 1.7% shares in Hyundai Motor right now Trading up about 15%. The day began with a report from the cable TV unit of Korea Economic Daly. It's saying that Apple is in talks with Hyundai about cooperation on developing a self driving electric car in a short while ago Hyundai Motor, saying the discussions with Apple are at an early stage Now the stock had been, uh, posse's much as 20% earlier, so we're off the early Going here in Seoul again of 15% in hand. I shares right now. And once again the Cosby with a gain of about 1.7% Other big story happening in South Korea deals with a Samsung, the company reporting 1/4 quarter operating profit of nine trillion won. The street was looking for something about 9.5 trillion And so we're bit below the mark. Nonetheless, the stock is pushing higher by 1.3%. Whether or not any of this is tied to the news that we had here in the U. S. After the bell from Micron Technology. Micron is the largest U. S maker of memory chips of very bullish forecast for the current period. No shares finished up about 1.2% in the late US session. We had records today for the major benchmarks in the states, Dow S and P. NASDAQ all at all time highs. Right now. In Tokyo, The Nikkei is up about 1.5% and in Sydney ASX 200 ahead 4/10 of 1% 10 YEAR Treasury with a yield of one point, Nia 09% Brian Yeah, we're just seeing China Futures racing to the upside is well up about three quarters of a percent Taiwan and Singapore up about 1%. So ah, Lot of this bullishness, as Doug mentioned is fed by the expectations for more stimulus coming from Joe Biden and Democrats are set to take control of the White House and Congress. It means that Mr Biden will be able to bring his legislative agenda to life and to possibly Possibly reshaped the American economy following runoff elections in Georgia this week. The Democrats and Republicans will each have 50 votes in the Senate. That split would give the Democratic Vice president Kamala Harris, the tie breaking vote. No, let's get some commentary here. Ed Mills is Washington policy analyst and managing director at Raymond James. I think step one is a vote on the $2000 check..
"hyundai" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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