29 Burst results for "Moncada"

Indians Get Obstruction Call in 8th, Rally Past Red Sox 7-5

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Indians Get Obstruction Call in 8th, Rally Past Red Sox 7-5

"You Chang doubled home Oscar Mercado with the go ahead run on a fielder's interference call in the eighth inning and the Indians rallied for seven five win over the red Sox Moncada appear to be thrown out at home to end the inning but plate umpire nik Lentz immediately ruled the red Sox second baseman Yairo Munoz had impeded Mercado's progress on the base paths Cleveland trailed for nothing it didn't have a hit off Tanner how go over the first five and a third innings before Jose Ramirez lined a solo Homer to right Rafael Devers hit two solo homers for Boston I'm Dave Ferrie

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Rodón Strikes out 11, White Sox Blank Cubs 4-0

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

Rodón Strikes out 11, White Sox Blank Cubs 4-0

"Carlos Roshan pitched two hit ball and struck out eleven over five plus innings as the white Sox dumped the cubs for nothing rotan bounce back after losing consecutive starts for the first time this season you're one or twenty minutes for Mexico the workers comp and got me out early your little wanted to but freshman Cesar Hernandez and Jose Abreu hit solo homers for the white Sox who also got a two run double from you on Moncada four relievers finished up the five hit shutout cubs starter advert al's alive was reached for two runs over six and two thirds losing is a straight decision I'm Dave Ferrie

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ChiSox Rally for 6-4 Win Over Indians After Getting Kimbrel

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

ChiSox Rally for 6-4 Win Over Indians After Getting Kimbrel

"Your one Moncada homered among his three hits the white Sox beat the Indians six four to take a nine game lead in the AL central Chicago scratched out two runs in the eighth is Tim Anderson delivered a tiebreaking single and Jose a braille was hit in the head by a pitch with the bases loaded both benches and bullpens emptied briefly but no punches were thrown in the reigning AL MVP stayed in the game prime male ray has had three RBIs on three hits for the Indians including a solo Homer Jose Ruiz worked out of an eighth inning jam to get the win James karenge EC was a loser I'm Dave Ferrie

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Rodón Dominates Through 7, White Sox Blank Astros 4-0

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Rodón Dominates Through 7, White Sox Blank Astros 4-0

"The white Sox won for the seventh time in eight games is Carlos Roshan allowed one hit over seven innings of a four nothing shut out of the Astros Abraham Toro is thirty single was the only hit our proton and accounted for Houston's only baserunner they're very good team you know TV will probably stay in the playoffs yeah we talked about they're tough they're tough top to bottom and you know just builds confidence when you have start like that the one Moncada and Tim Anderson hit solo homers for the white Sox who took the last two games of the series after dropping their first five meetings with the Astros Danny mendicant Adam Engel added RBI singles as Chicago improved to an American League best fifty six and thirty six I'm Dave Ferrie

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"moncada" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"moncada" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Hope everyone had a wonderful Fourth of July weekend. We certainly did nice weather. To play some golf. We watch some baseball. Unfortunately, we watched a lot of losing Baseball York The Cubs losing streak has reached 10 as we were just talking about during crosstalk. It's going to end eventually, because baseball teams don't often lose 10 in a row. It's hard to win 10 in her own baseball. You don't see it very often. It's hard to lose. 10 in a row, so it's going to come to an end. But they have really taken then taken themselves out of things. Who knows? Could be a blessing in disguise because it could lead Jed Hoyer to getting The absolute most for what he does have to offer other teams and it could help kick start to rebuild. You might look at this a couple years from now and say It's a good thing because the clubs probably weren't as good as they looked at the end of May anyhow, But 19 and eight May everything started looking rosy. April was a struggle. And then June has been a cold smack in the face in July hasn't been any better and there you said 12 and 13, you were 12 and 13. You're ready. You're ready. 12 and 13 in the month of June just finished 514 and 14 attack July Instead, they've been attacked. Yeah, right. Then the Cubs have been attacked. What's been attacked their their their their fielding has been attacked. Their base training has been attacked. Their grotesque inability to hit has been attacked. That's where the Cubs find themselves. Their bullpen that has been tremendous has all of a sudden started crapping the bed. It started to regress a little and they had an injury in there. And so, yes, this is what happens, especially when you've got a bunch of warts. It's It's hard to cover those up for an extended period of time, and I think this is what they are. The White Sox continue to deal with injuries. Unfortunately, they let a game and I thought they had a good opportunity hard to say, get away from them because They were trailing for most of that game, but, man Oh man, did it look like they were going to come storming back in the seventh. And it does kind of feel like they let one get away. We'll get to the Grand Dollinger in a minute. But what happened in the seventh inning yesterday? Yes, Mani? Yes, his mind. He's got another injury. But what happened in the seventh when they were down 61, and they put on this furious rally. They had four hits in a walk. Three of the four hits, went for extra bases to double in two doubles in a triple. They had pushed four runs across the board. They had a runner, 90 ft. Away. The tying run was 90 ft. Away with nobody out. And they failed to score again. And as Jose Bre, you taps a weak ground ball to third base to Luis arise. Johan Moncada. I suppose I'm just a contact playwright is going home now. I'll let Frank Thomas and eyes again and Steve Stone and anybody else that wants to break down the expenditures. I hate to contact play. To be honest, because stuff like that quite often happens now. What the hell do I know Joe Schmoe? I don't know. But Man. I mean, that ball is right in front of you on Moncada. It's right in front of, you know the guy on third and your third base coach now does the contact claiming no matter what you're going to content, It's sort of that's what it means to me. It almost looks like Moncada did hold up for a second Anyway. Then he should have gone back like he was waiting for instruction or something and then took off. And it really wasn't close at home. Oh, it was right. Yeah, and wasn't close. Like why is it Why is the contact play on with? No, uh, with nobody out. That shouldn't be. You should be driven in because should be waiting for a deep fly ball. Wolf. One out. A little more understandable, understandable, but You know, you still make that out in the sac Fly still get some home. Exactly. So why is the contact play on in the first place? Was it definitely on or did Mukata have a brain fart? I don't I don't even know if LaRussa. I went to the hockey game when Ryan Burns started getting his teeth kicked in. To be honest, the minute they made it 8 to 5. Went to a hockey game hockey game was good, Say what you want. It was at the cup could have been. It was in the building Last night. It was it was a back and forth game. They say Weber trying to give the lightning well. Shea Weber give a four minute penalty. Although Listen, it's you've got to be careful with your stick. Guys will remind you all the time. Be careful with your stick, especially when you're in college and, yeah, You don't want to get it too high because sometimes you get in trouble, and it got Shea Weber in trouble Now, it didn't matter. They killed the four minute power play. They went over time. It was a thrilling game of hockey game. I don't know what the rules has said in the post game Zoom. I'm not sure didn't like the contact place to begin with. And I tweeted right at that instant. I said, God, I hope this doesn't kill the rally, and that's exactly what it did. All. Delhi countered with the one guy that seemingly can get out in that bullpen, and that's Taylor Rogers. He's good, and he struck out Billy Hamilton. He struck out Zach Collins, and that was it. It was over in. The White Sox didn't score again, and it felt like they let one get away. Rally Killer car. It was a total round rally killer Mark. I have seen Billy Hamilton back twice right handed against right handers. He did I miss something he done switch hitting. He's not switch hitting. He's done. Yes, they did. They said that when he was coming back off the I'll murder they did. They said he was and I think it is something to do with the oblique. They don't want him batting lefty. He will not As I understand it. He will not be left handed anymore. Again. The Jose Valentin now he would about it right in there anyway, because Rogers was on the bomb, right. But is that permanently or just for this year? I think they made it sound like for this year. Okay, Well, listen. Do you know who quit switch hitting this year? Ricky Ricky Henderson. Don't anybody switches? So a good player? Yeah, he quit switch hitting this year and now seems like not local. Seems like it happens. Quite sweet Danny. He just quit hitting. Okay. A player who quit switch hitting? Yes, Yes, he's become a pretty good little player. He actually has an interesting he's at least over the weekend. He had shared a stat with the Yasmani Grandal believe or not, which was almost it, like broke your brain. A man who was an All Star a first time All star Cedric Mullins. Oh, stop switch hitting this year focused exclusively on left handed hitting because he's always been better from the left side. And sure enough, he's actually hitting lefties. Well, for once. There you go, leads Major league baseball in hits. He also has he The major league Baseball on hits. He is the first time all Star and by the way he has the same exact on base percentage are dead. Yes, my granddaughter even though he's got the most Yes, they were both like like 3, 93 or some Grendel's hitting a buck 88. But he's got a 3 88 on base percentage. Now he's hurt. We'll get to that in a minute. We're going to play the highlight when we come back and talk about This rash of injuries that continues Jose Valentin once gave up for like this season on switch hitting. Remember, Pull the Valentine. That's why Billy Hamilton is only going to hit right handed. Yeah, from here on out, always thought honestly like that is One of the hardest things to do and why you force it upon yourself. If you are not absolutely elites, you better be any Marie Chipper Jones making channel. If there's any, like real split whatsoever. I know it's just It's hard enough to hit a baseball and now let me do it with my less dominant side. It is kind of incredible, isn't it for Billy Hamilton isn't a huge advantage for him to hit left handed You get, like two extra steps out of the box. Your first bad guy like that. I mean it. I don't know if anything is a huge advantage Hamilton offensively I mean, he just has never been a good hitter. He's fast enough where, like If you can't actually make enough contacts for it's a matter. I don't know that it matters for a player like him, or to be honest, and I'm with Miller unless you're truly elite. You know the players today you think about like Jose Ramirez. I don't think he's got drastic splits. Jose Ramirez seems to be able to hit no matter what either side like you gotta be. You got to be special. There's like a handful. Probably that you could say you should really be doing this. By the way. I owe you guys lunch, so we can do that Thursday. Yes, we could do it tomorrow. Tomorrow. It's great. Okay, we'll do it Thursday. Whatever you want, you're buying but murky noses. Line color were awful early, So I figure that's true. Why does yellow's lunch this time Because the bucks, uh, because the Canadians did not get swept because we're going to 1/5 game. Any.

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"moncada" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"moncada" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Good news for the white sacks, apparently on Moncada taking batting practice. He is expected to be back in the lineup tomorrow. Guys Money Grandal also expected to be back walking, man. Yeah. After After Walker have problems, some calf problems and, uh, as he went from first home and a gap ER by Brian Goodwin in the first game of the series in Detroit, Um, the white sacks in Detroit coming up in just a little bit. We've got it for you here on ESPN. 1000 Cub fans. Good news for you to maybe the, um I don't know if he's in line up yet. I don't see the Cubs lineup should look it up. Probably Um, because Nico Horner is back with the team 96 today he is okay. Cool. They've got they've got an MLB lined up out there today. None of the Al Contras. Ortega's none of that today. No, Ortega, you gotta Marisnick. Listen, you got Contreras Bryant Rizzo by his wisdom, Horner, Marisnick Hap and Kyle Hendricks. So That's a good thing that you maybe get some a victory. So, um, yeah. Nice to see Nice to snap that game harder, harder at second base, even though David body was his best second baseman coming out of here. Everybody said it. They all said it was unanimous. Everybody. Yeah, everybody. Everybody in the organization. Yes, that right there right there. We should have realized what you had come in this year when Nico Horner wasn't good enough to start the season don't lie to us anymore. Tell us exactly why you're holding. That's not going to stop. Yeah, I know And never will, Um Let's say, Look, we had a lot of poll questions today. So let's hit the poll question results. Let's do the Rock pole first, Alright Rock Pole for Fourth of July. What Ban is the best example of an American rock band? Eagles, ZZ Top Aerosmith, Van Halen. It went Van Halen at about 36% followed by Aerosmith 27. Then you got the Eagles at 23. ZZ top at 13. Wow, the Eagles. Third? Yeah. Van Halen. What I like I I think a lot of people think of the Eagles is dead Rock. Yeah, maybe more than Aerosmith. And definitely more than that. Probably Yeah, yeah, yeah, Yeah. Yes. That's the more of a dad rock thing. What is that bad, though? Wow. Asked them about Grandpa Rod. What's Grandpa? Rock? Rock? Yeah. Supertramp. Chicago Bred. Yeah. There you go. There you go. Let's we got got three other sports ones. Let's get Let's let Tyler do of all all right, so we'll start with the basketball ones as the Sun's Bucks NBA Finals matchup going to change the league's superteam trend. 85% are in agreement with us that no, no, no, It's not gonna change. Okay? And then the other one also lopsided as a basketball fan. Do you like that? Milwaukee and Phoenix are in the finals. Or would you rather see one of the super teams? 93% saying they like the Bucks sons matchup? They like it, huh? Percent would prefer to see a super team in there. That surprised you that it was that high that people like to see the fact that it was that high surprised me. Yeah. I would have. I would have guessed. That would have been the winning answer, but not a 93 to 7 Atlanta. Why should the NBA fan are you? I mean, are you more pumped up for this series? Or would you have been more pumped up for Lakers? That's well, I think I like this series because you've got two iconic players in the league chance to get their first titles. You've got Chris Paul on one side, Yanis on the other side, and this is what I Yanez Re signed with the Bucks because he said he was going to bring a title to Milwaukee. Right and now he's got a chance to do that, or on the other end. You've got a guy like Chris Paul, who has been in the league for years now. I think he came in an 05 so This would be his 17th year 16th year, and he's got a chance to finally get that first title and it's one of those things. You don't want him to be The John Stockton of Sarah and another thing, too, is both of those teams. Haven't seen. It has been 49 years for the Bucks and over the sons was 93. I think since they were in the finals right in the bull's people. Yeah, last time they were, I'm not sure the last time they won or if they won one. I don't know either. But yeah, it's been a long time and heck, I remember the bucks. When I first started watching basketball in the seventies, the Bucks would come to town with With Lou Alcindor and Bobby Dandridge and John McLaughlin and these guys and one time I was had courtside for a box Bulls game. I was a sophomore in high school, and someone threw a full bottle and almost said Call center. I think he was. He was still who else under back Then I think, which is obviously cream Jabbar now and in the in the late seventies, early eighties they had They had a great player, but it was like he was just the only guy and I can't remember who that was. Milwaukee. Yeah. Have to look at Oscar Robertson. No, no, no, no. That would have been earlier. Um, it was nice to see Bobby porters Get to the NBA Finals or Reporters versus campaign. Ah, Yikes! What was the last one the last one? The baseball one rule. You would change if you were the MLB commissioner. The universal No, No, actually, the automated strike zone at 40% Universal DHS 39.6%. Those are closed. That was a very close one and then extra inning rule at 16% and limit the number of pictures per game at a little under 5%..

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Collins, White Sox Complete Sweep of Twins With 8-5 Win

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Collins, White Sox Complete Sweep of Twins With 8-5 Win

"Zach Collins homered and drove in a pair of runs as the white Sox defeated the twins eight to five does completing a three game sweep Collins home run in the sixth inning broke a four all tie is a sack scored at least seven runs for the fourth straight game Collins talks about the sax bouncing back following a rare bad stretch it's baseball it's a it's a roller coaster year every single year there's always guys gonna get hurt there's always guys gonna come in and step up isis is a huge search for us we kind of made a statement Andrew von Johann Moncada and Brian Goodwin also had a pair of hits with Goodwin also hitting a home run Michael Kopech fresh off the DL picked up the victory in relief raising his record at three you know it's the white Sox win streak stretches to four in a row David Shuster Chicago

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Hendriks Has Tantrum Over Rain, Gives up Tying Homer

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Hendriks Has Tantrum Over Rain, Gives up Tying Homer

"The on Moncada's sacrifice fly in the tense at the white Sox past the Tigers five four Moncada's fly ball came after Liam Hendriks served up a game tying two run Homer to rookie gas Cameron in the ninth Erin bomber closed out the victory Hendricks threw one pitch in the ninth before a forty nine minute rain delay white Sox starter Lucas G. lido was in line for the win after allowing two runs with nine strikeouts over six innings since fly in articular was like the highlight of my repertoire tonight all right good fuel for a good life downward action got some swing and miss well I'll take it Adam Engel hit a solo Homer for the white Sox and no Mormons are went deep for Detroit the Tigers have dropped fifteen of their last seventeen meetings with the white Sox I'm Dave Ferrie

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Former NYC firefighter Thomas Fee facing arrest in Capitol riot

Rush Limbaugh

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Former NYC firefighter Thomas Fee facing arrest in Capitol riot

"Of people involved in the January 6th assault on the Capitol building, including the arrest of a Staten Island man. And Thomas Phoebe, retired 22 year veteran of the F D. N Y federal agents took Nicholas Moncada and to custody at his home on Staten Island. Reportedly, he posted a photo on social media of himself inside the building, not far from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office. Meanwhile, reports have it that Thomas fee of Freeport on Long Island was arrested after his girlfriend posted on Facebook concerning his involvement and Contacted by text message he allegedly admitted as much to a federal agent James

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"moncada" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"moncada" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Nobody gave up six runs, five hits over two and two thirds innings and other net the White Sox pitchers all did pretty well. And the Saxons couldn't hit. They had four hits for the game. There alone R B. I was meant as he had a hit, magical let off last night went two for four and he was on base and Mazzara hitting at the bottom of the ordered out. Nomar Mazara. I had written on my sheet and it's like World Sacks fans here the three of US air sacs fans, and it was weird to get three sacks. Friends in the same room here. Fans are like, Is that really possible? But it is Adam Angle should be playing all the time. I don't know All that me throw something else. Mazzara signed his contract More than one year. I think I think it is. How about Dyson? Dyson is quick. He was like this spark the other day. I'd like him to let's not discount him. Yeah, but I only want to use him for what they I think they got it for late inning defensive replacement and the steel basis elated and a guy on the basis I don't really need to see him start games a lot. He started one the other day, which was okay. Why? Because I think the other guys about no, he's hitting 1 67. I mean, he's really He just had a hit or two there, but he's not for the year this year is not hitting and a mango sending much better. Mazar is not hitting at Mazar I don't get it the ball of the error all year. Everything. He heads this through the infield bizarre. This is the last year on his current deal. He's arbitration eligible for next season, and I'm a free agent. So yeah, they can let him go. I'm sure that they will, but I do agree. Mazar should not be getting the start every day. This is getting tired, and I will also say Moncada He's had a rough year. We've already talked about that. You have Sanchez that Sanchez was in yesterday. Was he Was he batting for McConnell? Makato was th well. Sanchez played short. Anderson got the day off. Anderson got the okay, putting Sanchez over at third. And resting Moncada for a couple games in a row. They do that They arrested him a little bit last week, too, okay and coming up to the playoffs. I think that's going to be important. Yeah, I think they want to make sure they get that lacked in that number one spot. In the in the American League as they do have the best record numerically. They want to lock that in and then go from there. 3123323776. I know white sacks. Fans all agree about the angle over Mazzara situation. The one guy we haven't talked about yet. Is Garret. Now who's Garrick Rochet while he was a White Sox first pick in the draft this year here, like a few months ago, and this guy all this guy does is throw smoke. He had no idea. Yeah, I was watching people talk about Josh hater. Throw it hard. Last night. Austin Croshere head For some reason, it will be, I think was MLB tonight. They put up a list of pictures that through the hardest last night. It was Austin Croshere. Austin Carrot croquet on the Boston is maybe a friend. A brother? I don't know. So Garret. Then you had Overall, this Chapman Through the second fastest page. That was Croce again. Was Chapman again? So you're he's bringing it from the left side. Just like Chapman does at 101.5 MPH. Now you heard this you were you were out having a big night on the town. I was at home. Watching the game and you know they have these. You know, the strike graphic and the bows on the bike and then they have Ah, pitch speed. And I saw it and I glanced over like, and then it was gone. I just see 11 that I'm sure I didn't see that right there and then All the sun. Wanna one again and that one. I saw him. I won't wear a minute and then I hunted shows three pitches in a row, triple digits. He was impressive. I'm glad they pulled him. Just give him a taste. He struck out two guys on the ground ball. That was beautiful. What a great debut. And what a What a smoke throw. We're going to see now, Erik. We were talking in the hallway. You had mentioned his process the way he pitches uses a lot of his legs I saw right on Twitter. And you know, I've made this joke over the years. It's like you know it. Just bring it right to the hospital. Get Tommy John Dunn. Just just get it out of the way. You know, like you're ordering a pizza. Just get it done because eventually it's going to happen. But you think that maybe this is not an eventual for him? Yeah, he has pretty quiet mechanics, like a lot of his power isn't generated from his shoulder and his elbow he like drops down pretty low. Only he drives off back, legs regenerates. He's got of that he he's got a lot of stretch a lot of legs, too. So let's where he generates. So let's hope that that is the case in the and stay away from that, because we've seen Dunning have to deal with them. Kopeck had to deal with that. We don't need another young arm, you know, take him to that. Tommy John surgery room and then being gone for about a year year and a half. It's almost like you're a pitcher in baseball that's expected to happen, but carrot croquet. We'll see if and when he does go again after hitting 101.5 on the gun last night, we don't have the 0.5 on the graph. No, no, they didn't. But when when you're watching got pictures you watch Garrett Crow Shea doing that, and then you see what Kyle Hendricks on the other side of time, We'll talk about that We come back. It's friend Zander..

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Chicago White Sox: Luis Robert continues to impress

Kap & Company

03:10 min | 2 years ago

Chicago White Sox: Luis Robert continues to impress

"Game. It doesn't count the standings. But, boy Oh, boy, I watched Friday night the Inter squad on TV, Luis Robert Too long home runs. This guy looks like a monster. It reminds me of Felipe Alou is managing the Expos back in the I want to stay in the mid nineties, and somebody asked him about this young prospect named Vladimir Guerrero. And he had not played in the big leagues yet, and Felicia's answer Wass. When you just look at him, you think superstar and that's almost the same thing you get. When you look at Louie's Robert because time during spring training, you just look at him and he just looks. Like he's going to fill that part of a superstar he has. There's just a GN it factor. And then you watch him play and it solidifies every year. Everything you think about the guy and it's almost reminiscent of like I said what Philippe has said about a young unknown Vladimir Guerrero at the time when he was coming on the market. The White Sox and mean they didn't get him cheaply. It was think $26 million for a guy you don't know if he's going to turn out, but you didn't hear Yankees Dodgers. Cubs, red socks like the ones that have the highest payrolls. Why was that? I know the socks have done a magnificent job getting Cuban players going all way back to Minnie Minoso. Tha Jose of Bray you they've got Moncada. But why were some of the heavyweights not chasing this guy? You know what I wish I had a specific answer for you. I don't have one. But I will say what? You just reiterate what you just said, and amplify on it. The attacks have been a really good job of scouting the Cuban players. Now Moncada was signed by the Red Sox and came in the trade from from Michael Kopeck. But with Michael Kopeck, I should say For sale, but it's just one of those things where the White Sox I think maybe they do their homework better than anyone else. And that's why they were able to get a guy like Louise Robert, because He just looks like the really, really feel He does just looking at him, and then you see him in the box, but it's like, Oh, my God. How good can this guy be? Um You're right. It wasn't cheap. But it wasn't like out of this world money either. And, ah, kudos to the White Sox Foreign office and they're scouting. You know, this is the work of scouts. Thes air, not analytics driven. Data. You define a guy who has never left the island of Cuba, where you don't have a lot of information. This is scouting. And obviously you look, I'm a big proponent of scouting, and I'm a It's frustrating to see how it's being minimalized and Almost extinguished in some places, but there is still a place for scouting. And here's a prime example. We're talking to Pedro Gomez from ESPN. When you look at a team

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"moncada" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"moncada" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"One Bob you know that we came at the same time that I get bad surveillance is that were detected surveillance that were being done by other offices in an effort to identify bad guys dropping off money that was in New York yeah that was in New York midtown and they got and as we called in the business they got burned and I they were counter surveillance out there by the traffickers and they identified everybody so in the midst of the seven hundred fifty thousand plus the surveillance problem I had to talk my way out of it and I was fortunate that I had somewhat become in the eyes of one of Moncada's trusted people a a friend and so I met with him McCarrick Moncada knew that I met with him under terms that most cops wouldn't do I was alone no cover team and that's a very nice section of Miami about one o'clock in the morning and and we had a conversation and and I I did now remember that the likes of job is done and others a train me said you know don't think like a cop yeah I think like a bad guy when when the other kind of a problem comes up and so when he said that he was concerned about whether or not we were the cops because they were surveillance that was out there we had a problem an organization I tell them listen there's only one answer to this we have to stop this immediately and now we're not gonna do anything else until both of us orchestrate a situation were watching from every possible angle we'll figure out who the who the person is who's been disloyal and if they're on my side which I can't imagine but if they are if they're on my side I promise you a limited the problem and and he assured me he would do the same on his side so as time went on thank god that became less and less of a focus because obviously there wasn't anybody that we were going to eliminate and and and while we were able to I think just basically being willing to shut down the business entirely when you were otherwise receiving a million to two million dollars a day I don't know is not something that normally would be done by you know the law enforcement community so that concerned lost its wind and and we were able to continue on.

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White Sox Extend Yoan Moncada

Waddle & Silvy

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

White Sox Extend Yoan Moncada

"And the white Sox in case you just missed the news according to Ken Rosenthal from the athletic third baseman yawn Moncada in agreement with the white Sox in a five year extension with a club option sources tell the athletic dollars not known yet would potentially buy out to free agent here's an option is exercised Moncada would hit open market after his age thirty season and those are the very important ones twenty seven twenty eight twenty nine

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"moncada" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

10:53 min | 2 years ago

"moncada" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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Trump orders total freeze on all Venezuelan government assets

Skimm This

03:20 min | 3 years ago

Trump orders total freeze on all Venezuelan government assets

"On monday. President trump issued an executive order once again targeting venezuela it it said all property of the venezuelan government in the u._s. was being frozen immediately. It also said anyone who helped venezuela's government directly or indirectly would be sanctioned to like we said sanctions against venezuela aren't new but sanctioning anyone who helps does business with the venezuelan government is a major your new step for example. If an american does business with venezuelan state company that american citizen can be sanctioned the same goes for a european bank or a middle eastern oil company they do business with the venezuelan government so venezuela is going ballistic over this venezuela's u._n. Basseterre samuel moncada condemned the sanctions on tuesday the attack kinney's wheeler with economic measures economic warfare and more than wolf economic terrorism and he didn't stop there. He called the u._s. Sanctions a total economic embargo. So what does that mean. An embargo is when one country bans all trade with another country and stops the free movement of goods for example the u._s. Put a full trade lombardo on cuba in nineteen sixty two when president john f kennedy learned that the soviet union had deployed missiles on the island that embargo is still in place and the cuban government still complains about that cuba says that decades-old blockade still hurts cubans by cutting off food supplies medicine and and other needed products but as the u._s. really embargoing venezuela not really people and businesses can still do work with venezuela's private habits sector but in countries like venezuela where the government controls a lot of the economy. It can be hard to know which businesses have government ties better to just not go there. The trump administration has tried this approach before it's impose similar sanctions on iran and north korea the goal being if you stop your business dealings because you're worried worried about getting on america's bad side. That's good enough. John bolton is trump's national security advisor where he was in peru earlier this week. One way to summarize this to a business for example is do you want to do business in venezuela or do you want to do business with the united states. We should note that even though some trade with venezuela is still allowed and humanitarian aid can still be sent there. The new sanctions engines could scare away a lot of business. It could also scare away. Some of that humanitarian aid which like we said is so desperately needed so what's a scam by imposing tough new sanctions on venezuela the u._s. hopes it can deny president madero the money he needs to maintain a loyal following and and stay in power but medeiros government isn't just holding strong. It's using the sanctions as a rallying cry to unite venezuelans against the u._s. and behind the the president a government statement condemning the u._s. sanctions described them as an imperialist attack the u._s. says it only wants to hurt venezuela's government. Not it's people it's not always that easy to thread the needle

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"moncada" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast

Painting Corners Podcast

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"moncada" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast

"When Chapman wasn't there. He seemed to lose it a little bit especially in big moments in you know, in the crowd was going, but you can work on that obviously not everyone's out to be closer. But he's a great setup. Guys. No reason to not have on the list. I just think that the stars are so good in the Aley stat. It kinda pushed some of the closers thrive. No, I I agree with you. And I love glass. No. I think Pittsburgh had so many good prospects in unexcited Siwi. Does there the great? As well. They have great stat at great staff members on that team even across it. I think this year. That's why haven't as my four spot running the Russ now. Great trade for everyone, by the way. Yeah. That was one of those rhetoric sports that works out for both teams. I mean, it you could see it in Chicago with the Red Sox to with with Chris sale going for kopech in Manca, it Moncada and kopech pan out the way, should that's great even trade all around. So we're talking about trade, and we're talking about Tambo's talk about somebody who Tampa is probably gonna trade because they're the Tampa Bay rays, and that's what they wind up doing. We still saw Chris Chris Archer couple years of probably gonna deal Blake's. Now, let's get let's get that out of the way we all know that that's other as function kinda give me been in them Blake's known kind of what he did this year in where he ranks for y'all. I still think. Okay, I'm blade Snell Cy Young award winner. Great content in the streaming world video game moral is the streamer streamer snow zilla. Oh, that's right. He does do that. I was him confused Archer when it comes to streaming, but I wanna see him at least back it up with a sub three or add a three this next season. Do you think he's gonna do it? I think he's going to do. I have the three to go. I wanna see I'd like to see him reach. And again, that's why I had him on at three is because I think. Again with a heavy hitting vision. He's got a reset two hundred limit. This shatters his case the stay in Tampa. Or better his case for Tampa to trade him for more prospects. Yeah. I mean a lot any granted two hundred and twenty one strikeouts in one hundred eighty that's stupid. Dan, not stupid. Opponent batted batting. Average is one seventy eight stupid. But what I would like to see is just a consistent level because I mean, his innings has gone up slowly over the past three seasons eighty nine one twenty nine one eighty and so with a guy in the big leagues, you know, having just shy at four hundred innings over three years. I. I I want that. I want to see that two hundred innings. If if I'm if I'm the Tampa Bay rays that was the only question with the Cy Young this year too is does he have enough innings to win it. And I don't think it was an argue. I don't think it necessarily wasn't argument. I think it was just how does a guy have so few innings and can't be you know, connected to the Siam. But I mean, you're twenty one in five so you're. And you made every start. So you had shorter outings. But you still struck out two hundred twenty one I think the argument would. Yeah, he might have less innings, but he made every start. So sometimes he just had a shorter lease than others. And you know, it happens not everybody's a horse like very Lander. But we'll get him later. Yeah. We'll get to him. Definitely. We'll get to that freaking nature and a little bit..

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"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"And learning about different ideologies blockchain and projects in the space and people, and you know, kind of where this whole movement is going if this was the first episode a new person was listening to coming into the space. What would Edward tell them about the space? Get ready. Get kicked the balls. So, hey, if you listen to this episode this far there, you go turn off and come back in two thousand twenty there you go. Because if you're in this face long enough, it's going to happen in Iran that I'm the one set and this because I help come up with the most used portfolio tracking up space, but like research, the tech figure out ways that you can help, you know, the projects, you know. How can how can you help make their ecosystems the better, you know, how can you help bring it option to their protocols to a bunch of homework. You know, it's not really all just about price. You know? And like, I said ironic, I say that and we hope to take fuller in a direction where people realize that, you know, you know, price tracking this one aspect of the app, they're going to be other ones that we think are going to be really valuable for everyone. And just the, you know, brace yourself for the volatility because it's I think we're still going to be a while before it goes away. And before I ask this last question of the day. I want to say thank you very much for agreeing to come on the show and talking about not only the space in general by folio and giving us an insight to well. Person that is creating a business and created a very successful business and product for the space empowering a lot of people to easily track their their holdings. Thank you. Thank you, so much Ravni on always happy to talk and share about like, you know, what we went through about folio challenges and the company had challenges ecosystems had hopefully get the word out. Get more people excited right on right on last question a half, or you, sir with resources would you like on the crypto window and Spotify playlist, and this was the one I was like stumped on because it's been so long since I listen to music, but I would say if there's one song, but like put the song on by Justice called stop. You got it. I got three songs for you. I got one for you. We'll get one one good song is better than three shitty song. So thank you very much for coming on the show, sir. Thanks so much for the time. I really appreciate it. Thank you very much for listening to this episode of crypto wanna one Edward if you're listening. Thank you very much for coming on the show into all happy new year. I hope you have a killer two thousand nineteen and remember over to YouTube crypto in a one with Matthew Aaron to hear the behind the scenes of these episodes, and I do get delayed and putting up those videos. I am very sorry. They're coming up as soon as possible in our next episode of crypto win one. We haven't ICO one episode with unity chain unity chain one one. I'm excited to hear Aaron Paul in the new year.

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"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"All right. But there guys out there who know what they're doing there'd be like super shady and like, they're only. Yeah. It's just like I mean, maybe McAfee is one of those guys. I don't know. But like, maybe he's not who knows. I don't know if it was gonna offer me a half a million dollars is in tweet. And that was my going rate. I as at this point in my life. Hell, I don't know. What's put it this way? If somebody offered you have million dollars to show something to your audience that you knew was going to make them lose money. Would you do probably not? Probably call me, and he didn't have them go. That's pretty stand up, and then I'll be broken. But you know, I mean, people don't realize it's actually like it's difficult thing to do. Especially on a bear market. You know, is there tough things. So I don't know. I think I've told my audience this many times, and I know you've you've you've come up with it because of your success with by folio, but you know, people have offered, you know, multiple bitcoins to show something or come on the show and especially during two thousand seventeen in the amount of F in bitcoin. I've could've made from having these guys on this show was wasn't sane. And you know, we never took it. But at the same time, it's one of those things is is a personal struggle that you deal with because you know, you need the money, you know, the money's right there. But you know, if you do it, not only are you going to your kind of killing a little bit of your soul, but you might lose your business because of it. It's the devil, man. I'm not religious. But in that what they talk about. Now, we at the same thing when we did that I add for status floodgates open over the course of the next twelve months, we probably got killed by herb hit hit up by. I'm not exaggerating like two hundred projects we turned down. Again. This is not exaggeration twenty million dollars in revenue, but we made the right choice. And the reason why I know we made the right choice is because we had a sterling reputation like people subconsciously knew that we weren't like selling out, and we now have like an incredible roster. Venture capital investors that are super supportive that will go to bat for us that will like they want to help us succeed. And if you look at the roster companies that these guys invest in if you're doing anything shady in any way, like they're just not gonna touch you. They see it as risk. I mean. Yes, there's a mutual aligned interest. Right. But it turned out to be the right decision. Because that's why you know. I think we managed to get some really smart people behind us out that contributed to it. And I'm sure like with you. I'm sure there were no probably specific examples where this turned out to be a good business decision as well. As a good ethical decision. Various lutely. Absolutely. I don't regret any any lost bitcoin because of those decisions. But I think that, you know, grappling with that decision at the time is really it is something that you really struggle with it. Because it is like, okay, I'm doing this to make money. I am not making money here as money. What do I do not make money continue not to make money or do? I take this money, and you really have to figure out like, you know, who you are. And what you want to do with the business in the long term grow goals because if you don't look at the long-term then. Yeah, you you lose it life throws challenges that you if they is definitely one of the, you know, the one a one is branded itself as the first offer people getting into the space. So they can hear one information from you know, amazing people like you and others to help them on their crypto investment journey. This is nothing vice but they're crypto journey..

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"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"By the the month you nine hundred of is turned into four hundred seventy eight here's like what the hell happened. And it was pretty capital is just slipping away. And it's not really honestly, it's there's still no really practical way to use cryptocurrency as a business facilitator in stable coins are not the easiest answer for anybody. Either. So it's yeah. Sticky situation for these people who rose raise money in f-. I mean, what do you do? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's like we gotta wait out like till the next boron happens right in the next bull run. It's going to it's going to have higher standards than the prior role runs like the one in two thousand thirteen it was sort of like the fantasy of what bitcoin could be. And that's why you know, the run-up happen to like thirteen hundred dollars like, right? But that fantasy hasn't become a reality. Right. It's two thousand eighteen and still can't go to my pizza place down the street and buy a slice of pizza with bitcoin. Yeah. Right. I don't think it's ever going to happen. Honestly, but five years later it, and then you had like a real use case theory of and kind of like, the fundraising do an ICO's with him is actually more efficient and fair than traditional fundraising efforts are kind of like the ways that people were fundraising prior to cryptocurrencies. And you know, that obviously got squashed by a lot of the the regulatory burden that came afterwards. I it's it's still a great model. I mean just have to do a mess te'o. Right. And so yeah. People are kind of figuring work arounds. Right. But then like a I think what's going to like what we're waiting for is some application of blockchain technology that is significantly better post of blockchain that pre blockchain that has really great usability because without really great usability. It's like it's not gonna work. Just like, you know, the crypto ecosystem of the people that love this thing. Like, you need to have this thing actually, go mainstream. Right. I don't mean to put it. I put stuff in such simple terms. I'm not as articulate as as as love the other crypto elite and stuff like that. But I will say like we're waiting for that that killer. Use case that's super easy to use. That's actually easier to use them. Real world stuff that exists today had and that might take a while. I mean, crypto still honestly, very clunky. Clunky. Agreed agreed is only being in space that you're looking at right now that you respect in the crypto space that you're know your roofing forward as business as as a business over owner in the crypto space that you kind of gravitate to that person and say when this guy says something, let's pay attention. There are a couple of guys that I massively respect right? One of them's actually, really fortunate. It's one of our investors nibs Geoff Marsh Jenner, and he is a director of product revenue over tender. You know, talk about people who know product market fit right over time. He said, yeah. Oh, 'cause over his his is over tender don't tell my southern you. Other guys that I think are super smart the space that I seem to gravitate towards the writing what they're doing like another guy his name is virtual Garg at Electric Capital that used to run product of Facebook until two thousand six seems like every time the talk to him like he pretty much blows my mind like his insights, the crypto space, a he's a very data driven guy. He used run product at Facebook believe until two thousand sixteen and then let me see here who who else, you know, maybe a slightly controversial guide like he's younger kid, a main Sulejmani at spanked chain. He looks like he's working on on state channels. He's actually working on like how to make transactions much more usable like like, much better user experience just Singapore over the weekend that get sprite. He's smart is bad and like Mullah too..

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"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"But, but, but you know, as a company you still have to create value in. It's just a pool of people that like you're going to be able to pull in as London. And I would say I would say you gotta think outside the box, right? It's no longer about like, you know, letting them. Come to you. Now, it's going to be about like, you know, creative partnerships probably, you know, alignments making sure that you're, you know, you you find other other products in space that you know, you lied while with maybe I don't know I'm fat guess, so these these are these are things. You know, that's easier said than done to you know, what I mean? Because the other the other thing too is like. There's shady businesses out there too. Right. So you got to be really careful about your reputation who your line yourself with. So things like that. What do you think of the crypto space in general these days? Maybe you think that it is are you motivated, are you inspired. Are you bullish on the future of the crypto space? Of course, you might have to say, yes because you have a portfolio. But yet. No, I mean, do it always tell you the truth. I don't care if I have a portfolio tracking or not I consider even if it's like, you know, but I think all the quick buck artists or they've disappeared their out so fast. Right. And now it's like back to route, man. Like, I I was in crypto the bear market a two thousand fifteen it was so different back. Then I mean, like I watched a ton of LA crypto companies just like go up in smoke and very few the made it through to the next bull market because none of them anticipated. How long the bear market was going to be right? And that's kind of one of the things. I would say is like, you know, the bear markets always going to be worse than you think. It is. Right. Maybe that's just my personal perspective on it. But I didn't think it was gonna last as long as it didn't do doesn't fifteen in it did. But I think there's gonna be a Aww shit Coutts Bill protocols to go up in smoke. A lot of teams that don't have. Of the capital, but they need to sustain through the bear market. There were unfortunately, a lot of these protocols that raise money that that kept it in east or bitcoin, right, which was really bad move another. They're going they're going to they're going to get squeezed as well. And I think they're probably some pretty wise. Once I even like status who you know, they they raised one hundred million back in in that June ICO that we we did parking in partnership with him. I believe they disclosed that they'd like, you know, turn something like forty percent of that in the which is really smart move. Right. So I think I think I think it's gonna be really interesting your head. I think you're gonna start seeing a lot of value shopping. A lot of people that are desperate a lot of mergers and acquisitions people can like by crypto companies for cheap consolidation in the industry because there's so much professional money, and they want to make sure that you know, at least something a salvaged. Yes. I think it'll be interesting to happens over the next year. I would actually not be surprised if we see like protocol mergers. Like hostile takeovers, some protocols to different interesting stuff. I think is going to happen. I think I think we're just starting to like touch on it like, I think, you know, consensus just laid off fifteen percent of their staff, and I think that was really surprised that a lot of people. So you're gonna start seeing more and more stories like this will be very interesting to next year plays out. I'll tell you from a from my point of view is like we operate in over here in the past year. It's honestly, I I didn't know how to manage myself either. Like, you didn't expect to be, you know, getting nothing nine hundred bucks and think like okay now, you have a couple edits of for the podcast under your belt because you have nine hundred dollars enough. And then.

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"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Is one hundred percent correlated with pig going price. It's it's insane. However, it is amazing. Right. Is a major. However, there there was a level off around eight thousand other bitcoin. So when it went down to thirty five there wasn't a change in our listenership, which is good. But yeah, there's there's a stabilization point. Yeah. I think I think a certain point everything kind of levels off for maybe some of these services. You know, there's a baseline where people are still using it. It's like in the beginning. It's like the fat is getting trimmed away. Right. And as a certain point, you're just like going into the muscle and the bone. It's just like it's not it's not really it's much tougher to get into. It's not really going away. I don't know maybe that's a bad analogy. But we we're gonna roll with it. It's. In there. I was just going to say like at baby we're just into the die hards that are the holders that just believe in it so much just not letting go the app, they're not let go they're going to still continue. Listen to the podcast. And even though the price is going down there. Just like, you know, I don't know it's hard to say before it touches some general questions. I think that your story and your journey with. This is quite unique. I think that your insights and your intuition of developing your product to keep a head of the space in with the end user and understand what they want is quite insightful for entrepreneurs out there or innovators or whoever it might be in the crypto space right now with small businesses that wished they had kind of growth you had and are developing products. What would you tell them about looking forward to two thousand nineteen innovation.

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"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Now, we either go to their their telegram channels like are slack, which is a bunch of gibberish in. And you just want to deal with Sifton's control information, you go to the reds to see who's updating about the tokens or the company's progress, which is a lot of BS on their from all those users. And where would we go to Twitter their personal Twitter, easy has pretty good updates? But then again, you have to go to each individual token and open up there. Hitter to see what's going on. Okay. We'll get my perks. Leo. What do you? What do? I have. Well, let's go to whatever X Y O. And in check what they're doing. And what have you, and it's just time consuming. This is amazing. I mean, it's it's funny. It's like it's like you just sort of describe similarities to the beginning of like one. We created fuller you'd have to eat exchange have a spreadsheet figure out. What's going on is just a pain? Right. And that's the thing is I think we've we've had pretty good, you know, instincts on like, what are the most painful things that people are experiencing that like how can we leverage our platform to kind of help that out. Right. And so also keep in mind, like we're very like, I said, our product sensibilities seemed to have been like, you know, on point. You know, we we I believe like, you know, this is insane. And like we in bear markets people open up the app six times a day and bull markets. People are open it up like fifteen times a day, our average daily, active user, right? So I think I think one of the other things too is that this is part of the reason why we didn't go way heavy into like all the traitor. Focus features just yet. I mean, we're eventually going to continue like deliver a lot of things that that the traders want, right. The part of it is to is like we wanna make an app that's like easy for the new. Be to come in. And really kind of understand what's going on and get like a good experience about it and have an introduction to cryptocurrencies. Right. Because those are the people that we need coming into the market, right? One of the real problems that we need to find ways to push option. We didn't want to create an app that was like really scary. What does the data that you see because you just said like, oh, fifteen active users are per day in a bull and six and a bear. What does the other day to tell you about the investors in the crypto space? We look at the same like general analytics that that. I'm sure like every basically mobile app that exists look at look at like some aggregated data. And also I want to say for the record like don't look at antibodies individual portfolio data. I know we've been accused of that in the Twitter sphere. Nothing could be further from the truth. Like it's completely against the ethos awhi- joined this ecosystem to begin with. Right. But I'll tell you what's going on. Right now is like everyone's suffering..

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"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"And it seems like that's what bug folio. Did they kick the ball one way? All everybody's chasing the ball now in well later when those little five year olds is going to catch up to that ball and start kicking the ball the way that they want to unless you keep kicking that ball. Yes. I mean, like it's like you said like the analogy to kick in of all is going to be innovation. Right. And we've we've you know as long as we're I market on the things that are important for the system. You know, I think people will continue to follow think people still like find a reason to use the app, you know, I mean, I don't think people realize kind of the scale that we've gotten to like we've got over five million downloads today. And if you think about it, that's probably like what one fifth size of like coin base. And so that that alone is I can think of pretty significant, you know, something I'm pretty proud of it. I think it's pretty cool, man. And then you also have sixty thousand tokens and coins on the app, right? I just opened it yesterday onto tech everything out and six thousand I think it's sixty seven hundred dollars. Yet had seven hundred overnight. Now, we don't we don't totally it. We don't update every day. You know, it's just like I think every time it's like do probably update it. But we I mean, we have two full-time engineers at an exchange every single day will point on every single day. And that's all they do. Right. Because like I said the beginning, we're like, which one trek every coin on every exchange, but people see it within the split second right now to give you a little idea about what happened right because people often ask us like what are you going to do to compete with these other people who are doing like API integration desktop versions and things like this. So you have a little bit backstory. So really what our next in the big innovation after block fully was was like to create folios signal a communication channel directly from the token projects. And we thought that this was really important. And so keep in mind with signal we don't scrape medium post or Twitter posts, or like, you know, stuff like the these people this like we have over two hundred forty projects may be close to fifty. Now, they're logging. Into dashboard every single day and updating our users, you know, with what's going on. And the reason why they're willing to do it is because they realize our reach is so significant space, right? Where like almost an order of magnitude larger than you know, that the next top folio track inap-, I would say and so signal like we came up with the idea back in middle of two thousand seventeen and kind of watch it may of two thousand eighteen, but the reason why this is significant is because what happened was is that in January of two thousand eighteen like, the bubble burst, basically. Right. That was the beginning of the decline. I think it was like the January. And even then like as it was rampant up so aggressively. I kind of thought that like was he actually going to like I because it always does. Right. And I started thinking about it. And I was like well like we need to raise more money, even after the three million dollar round. We still had like we want. We needed a completely rebuild the app from the ground up because what Peter built in you know, like when our technical co founder when he was basically in the storm was not going to be sufficient to like continue growing as a business when you to figure out a way to get like, you know, real talent at the company, and that means that probably gonna have to another another fundraising around and. The sort of like this feels like almost rambling but like no new stories. They're interesting. I'm sorry. Still quiet because I'm just listening. You're after you raise three million dollars, right? Like there certain expectations that investors have on you. You know, you got to continue growth continue innovating continue finding ways to make your platform valuable, and that you'll be able to raise even more money later, you know, to continue to grow the business deliver great things to users. Right. So we had two choices back in December..

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"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"We don't want any of these scammy ICO's like, you know, get exposure to our users, and even then asserted realizing that like we wanted to build a product that was free for everyone to us would be like user, I than ecosystem I kind of philosophy and we would figure out ways maybe to monetize it later. But we wanted to make sure we didn't know what it was at the time. But we wanna make sure kind of thing was going to share. We weren't charging the end users coming into the space. There's two things I was kind of looking for one is like a we just want to create like this benevolent product. Right. And once you start charging the optics of your company in the narrative, it changes. Right. I mean, people see like you look at exchanges, and like, you know, what exchanges? Do you know what the businesses? It's just transaction fees. Right. Don't get me wrong. Exchanges are very valuable services for the ecosystem. Right. But there's just a different narrative between exchanges us. So I didn't know exactly where everything was going. But a lot of kind of what drives me is just intuition and. Just like, you know, it's always been strong feeling of mine. I I don't want to charge end-user less. We absolutely have to. Let's find other ways to make money. But what what's interesting, though, is that if you also look at kind of like the track record that have like moving from the days of Dr coin all the way through to today, or at least the people I get involved with the projects we do. It's general like we as a tend to get involved more with people who are like we're trying to innovate and build things and push the ecosystem Ford, they at that the bottom of it's really just like how do we get everybody to love crypto and to get excited about crypto and to use crypto like that's the primary motivation, right at Dr coin, you know, we did the government's treasury thing in a bunch of people like started doing similar things than we created block folio one hundred folio tracking apps at all have alert flow, and eventually would have talked about it. But we created signal now there's like five single competitor portfolios signal competitors out there. And so I think I think at the end of the day like, you know, I think we. Just keep trying to buildings that. We believe great for people and our great ecosystem. And now a word from our sponsor with the new year ahead..

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"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Can. But you're like your bitcoin position. Right. And the two or three that had other cryptocurrencies might have had like most like a dozen of that you could track. Right. So there was no. There was no portfolio tracking up out at that time that had all crypto currencies across all exchanges. And so that was pretty much it like me, and my to go founders are three co founders actually one of them left a little early though, we were investing across like a number of cryptocurrency. Is that some of these absence support we were just like, wow, we should really create an app for ourselves that could track. All crypto currencies across all exchanges. That was kind of that was sort of thing. Like that. We wanted to in the beginning. We wanted to be like the other thing too was like we want to be able to open up the app and within a split second and get see what your total portfolio balances. I would say those were the three primary things. So when you were doing this. I mean, what was your goal with with that just for personal use? Or would you actually have a plan to make a business in a company out of it? I think back than we all realized that there's a big promising future blockchain, right? Like, we understood that Blockchain's could alter how databases interacted so we had this kind of feeling that it was going to impact every industry on the planet, and we need that private Blockchain's trust less or they're going to be public Blockchain's people wanted to see we felt we we kind of envisioned this future that there were going to be tens of thousands of public Loctite NAS at two people on contract. So that was that was like a belief that was always like in the back of our head. Right. So I can't say we were like, hey, we're going to like start this, and it's going to be a huge business. We'd never even thought about. It that way. We just said, hey, we're going to build this for our selves, and sort of a backup an ice little kind of backstop is the fact that we really believe that there's going to be a lot more of these in the future. Right. And at least if we do it. Let's do it in a professional way. Right. So that if if we are right about this like wave that comes in. Then a lot of people will hopefully is it too. And that maybe we turn the turn it into something. Right. So yeah. That was that was kind of like the in the in the beginning. We were just really just trying to build something for ourselves. I'd say that was really pretty nice. When was this witch when was this? Which would you said, hey, there's actually other people using this. Maybe we have a thing here is it or was that moment. Those two thousand seventeen where we're like holy shit. There's a lot of people to download our app. January two thousand seventeen we had roughly ten thousand eight thousand monthly active users eight or ten thousand I can't.

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"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"And so in the early I want to say it was maybe by the summer of two thousand fourteen I knew Giancarlo at a loose acquaintanceship with him. He's a he's over a bit finance, and I approach miss it. Listen, I like to talk about getting darkwa listed on your platform and keep in mind. This is before I ever knew anybody on the Dr coin team my natural. Instinct was like how do you make this like more opted get more exposure like really advance it? Our approach wasn't by Kayla. Just put in money and let everybody else do the work. I was like let's see what we can do with it. Right. I think if you look kind of my career encrypted that sort of ended up sort of being my approach, but so we gotta listed on Phoenix. And then after that approached Evan Duffield accord developer, Dr coin on bitcoin, talk and disaster like can help you out like a want to figure out how to make this thing. You know, get get it to grow bigger. Get more adoption, you know, hopefully, go up in value in Evan. Evan. Responded to end, you know, we need developers United Anita. Lot developer talent to really build out a dark wind into this to build up the infrastructure and build up this ecosystem the way it needs to be. And so that's how we started up the foundation. I I recommend it started profound Dacian, you know, there's the bitcoin foundation. They get a lot of money through donations. Let's see if we can do the same thing with Dr coin. So we started out the dark wine foundation that's become a founding board member, and unfortunately donations didn't really come in like we'd hoped. So we came up with other solutions later on like how to build out the infrastructure, but a long story short. That's how I came to be involved in Dr coin in the early days right on right on. So you're investing in cryptocurrency. You have bitcoin. We know you have some Dr coin converted to dash really good move. Reagan move and some other all coins coming over here. And then I I assume what happened is you probably hadn't had to find a way to track. All of these investments, you made your probably use an excel sheet in these it has to be an easier way. I know this is assuming. So let me let me tell you a little bit like about the landscape back, then because all these especially I think this probably be pretty interesting for the new guys that are out now back then that made there was probably maybe between one hundred fifty to two hundred cryptocurrencies or blockchain based assets around that time, right? And they just started kind of arrived in two thousand fourteen I would even say maybe in two thousand thirteen hundred. But the thing about it was that all the portfolio tracking ups in two thousand fourteen were will all of that except for maybe like two or three. They're all bitcoin only like you just go check bitcoin prices. You.

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"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"moncada" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Advice. Trading advice or personal vice now without further. Do here's by folio one a one was you after the show? Edward Moncada co founder and CEO of black folio. Welcome to crypto wanna one, sir. Thanks for having me super excited to be here. Yeah. Man. We're super excited to have you here as well. What we want to do today is Blake always want to get to know, you who are you who are these people in the space that are helping drive it forward. Everybody has their peace. You know, there's podcasters Pugh who makes changes as people who do mining. But you have the most popular crypto portfolio app out there right now. And we want to know about who the person that made that we want to know about the app, we want to know about the future of the app, and well, I want to know about how you started this business in the space, and then maybe a little bit about general questions. What do you think, sir? Sounds good debate. Always happy to share awesome. Awesome, sir. Tell us a little bit about yourself. All right, man. Name is Edward Moncada. I am Bolivian binationally. I guess I'm technically I was born in the US, but my both my parents are Bolivia in. So I guess I kind of identify what that I grew up in Oklahoma, Tulsa, Oklahoma of all places was always kind of a rebellious kid loved skateboarding. Love things that we're a bit counterculture came out to California to study engineering at UC Berkeley stuck around actually after UC Berkeley, help startup music internet company in the bay area. And then. A lot of people don't know. This about me, I played poker professionally from two thousand one until about two thousand ten I would say, and then a, you know, found my way into bitcoin a little bit after that found a lot of the other coins or the other alternative cryptocurrencies after that started a invest in a missus probably in the late two thousand thirteen early two thousand fourteen. Been in the crypto space ever sounds right on right on. So I think one more thing that you didn't touch on here. But we've talked about offline none over when he into this now, but with investing in to all coins and bitcoins and stuff like that. You were also a co founder of Dr coin which became dash is that correct about a co founder of Dr coin just to clarify on that one of the founding board members of the dash foundation. Okay. I'm sorry about that. Yeah. So basically what happened was by around maybe March or April two thousand fourteen I came across Dr coin before it rebranded to dash. And which is a great brand. By the way, Dr coins yourself horrible. She only knew all the discussions. We had behind the scenes and how how difficult it was to get everyone behind that rebrand back then at it wasn't as obvious. But anyway, so yeah, so me and about four friends invested a lot into Dr coin as crazy, man. It was like the price. I think was probably seventy two cents at the time. And so we were just trying to figure out how to how to make this thing or something and said these protocols were so there were adoption of them so much less back than the organizations that were behind them more as they were very poorly funded. It was just a completely different ball game than it is today. When you see these projects that get, you know, twenty thirty million dollars launch a protocol two totally different. However, I really believed in an-and cryptocurrencies back then I'd heard stories rumors about bit license coming on the horizon. And I was like, wow. This is going to like send a lot of the early. Libertarian adopters bitcoin like regulation is coming in. It's going to send them over to. On cryptocurrencies, maybe..

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Milwaukee police release bodycam video of arrest, tasing of NBA player Sterling Brown

The Patti Vasquez Show

01:49 min | 4 years ago

Milwaukee police release bodycam video of arrest, tasing of NBA player Sterling Brown

"Police and gurney shot and killed woman along a busy street someone reported a suspicious car with a bullet hole and an unconscious man inside when police approached the woman behind the wheel took off hitting a fire vehicle than getting out along route forty one near chinden park police tried to stop her but they say she had a long barreled firearm and engaged them that's when they fatally shot the woman there could be a possible connection with her shooting in a standoff earlier in antioch the supreme court ruled the judge overseeing the high profile case of chicago police officer jason van dyke as to make some procedural changes judge vincent gone has to end the practice of requiring every court filing to be routed directly to his chambers they now must be filed publicly in the circuit court clerk's office the ruling comes two weeks after several news organizations accused the judge of unconstitutional conduct and ceiling every filing in the case van dyke was charged with first degree murder in two thousand fifteen on the same day police dashboard camera video of the shooting was released kim gordon wgn news the milwaukee police are being criticized for their arrest of nba players sterling brown back in january after police video is released that video showing brown teased by police there was a scuffle during a parking incident after brown parked across two handicapped spots police tased him saying brown got aggressive in a statement brown saying what happened to him shouldn't happen to anyone and that he'll take legal action milwaukee mayor tom barrett mr brown deserves an apology i'm very sorry the milwaukee police treated him in the fashion he was treated wgn sports dylan kelly tossed seven strong innings for his first major league win yoan moncada an atom angle each hit threerun homers the white sox pound the orioles eleven one last night on the south side they wrap up the fourgame set this afternoon any your has your pre game at twelve thirty five first pitch one ten with ed.

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Taylor Swift speaks out in support of gun control

The Roe Conn Show

01:41 min | 4 years ago

Taylor Swift speaks out in support of gun control

"Saturdays big anti gun violence march just scored another big supporter taylor swift rarely makes political statements but she is supporting the march for our lives campaign she says she's made a donation to the gun reform movement and she says an instagram post no one should have to go to school or a nightclub or concert or movie theater or place of worship in fear of gun violence let's get an update now on wgn sports here's kevin powell thank you judy yo moncada when to for to james shields pitched three scoreless innings the white sox tied with the mayor's five five is we count down to the final days of spring training the games will be in a whole lot more than just six days sox opened their season on thursday in kansas city cubs will begin in my and either currently playing walkie leading four three second round is sweet sixteen games are underway top seed kansas leading clemson right now in the early going of that game west virginia and villanova just about underway number eleven seed syracuse taking on second seeded duke purdue placed texas tech they all the ramblers will take on kansas state tomorrow night loyola trying to head to their first final four since nineteen sixty three kansas state hasn't been to the semis since sixty four bowls host the bucks tonight the finnity blackhawks report hawks play tomorrow in new york five thirty here on wgn and the celtics say all star point guard kyrie irving set to have surgery tomorrow to alleviate pain in his left knee doesn't sound too serious he's been out since march eleventh missing the last four games tight timetable for his return the home of the blackhawks northwestern wildcats and white sox baseball kevin powell wgn sports your money traffic and weather next on wgn your paul and the newsprint turn spring flooding intern yeah calmer right getting an amazing iphone.

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