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"toshiaki" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:24 min | 2 months ago

"toshiaki" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"What about pch? Well it would cost. A fair cost a lot of money to implement bitcoin. It probably wouldn't cost as much to implement other coins Into that system but it will likely cost quite a bit and almost. No one uses Well of course. Bitcoin expensive to you so that could be why. But we don't have like a bunch of people banging down the door saying hey can I use pch? Or can I use Dasher. Can I use BITCOIN S V? It's not like there's a large demand for it. Unfortunately there's hardly anybody this source for that system. Yes I believe. It was an open source system provided by. I'll have to have to do a little digging. I think it was my silly and I think they have a open source system that you can use for website donations. I'd be interested in having look at that sometime just to see if there's an easy route to maybe upgrade that software and get other coins in there because BTC is so expensive to you that it's basically sting B. C. H. B. S. V Dash anything but the original. Yeah unfortunately the programs of very small program I mean we're a nationally syndicated talk show and we've been around for a couple of decades. Now we don't even quite have two hundred amplifiers so it's an exclusive group than we appreciate all of them including Keenan freetalklive silver amplifier. You join him over at amp dot freetalklive dot com so we go back to your calls and thoughts. Connor is on the line in Wisconsin Listening he says for the first time Connor. How are you tuning us in here tonight? I am I actually. I've never heard of this radio and so Derek from any pay. He was on your wine earlier today. Show actually the founder and CEO your which is integrated with any paid show out We are essentially a blockchain based review system to Bitcoin blockchain because see botching To valley reviews by tokenism purchase and then tying it to Derek J. called earlier and told us about the system and it seems like it's available Right now Alpha true reviews dot. Io was was it was at the site. And I think you know the more important thing really is you know I was listening to your first of all have joined the conversation. I mean. I'm definitely going to tune in this more flu conversations and really interesting You know I I want to say one thing is that you know you guys have a whole conversation about the free market and social media companies and you know. There is a big opportunity to build alternatives to these existing companies. That aren't doing things the way that we want them to I think you know the bitcoin. Blockchain specifically the claims you blockchain Allows us to build new technologies to really compete with the existing like you see technology companies I really am excited about. I think that for example You know we're doing is leveraging bitcoin blockchain database and using that to have some open distributed system to validate reviews. But I think ultimately the key upstart does just to to what you were saying. the BITCOIN. Sv blockchain has really shown some some promise in recent months There's another website called twitch that Derek J. has promoted here on free talk live. I signed up for that. It's also. Sv based and it is essentially a competitor to twitter. Except you're writing your posts you you pay a small amount like two or three cents worth of Bitcoin v and you can post permanently to the BITCOIN blockchain. There's nobody who can no not you know but but there's no one else who can go in and remove your posts so it's uncensored able effectively in the same thing's true about these reviews that people are posting through of us. Isn't that right? Connor exactly and important thing really is that you know this isn't new Wants to Toshiaki. Modo created bitcoin ten years ago. This is what we should have been working on and years ago So everyone is now talking about. Let's still decentralize platforms and compete with all these platforms. Well it's it's right there to build on on the. Bitcoin is blockchain just as a Toshiaki modal invasion ten years ago so I really think the Bitcoin blockchain allows us to to build these competitors that everyone so desperately wants and needs and therefore we don't need regulation that trump is proposing to solve the twitter problem. Because that's not going to solve the problem. I'd like to just point out to anybody out there and you guys didn't support what trump was saying just here. I'm not proposing any legislation or regulation. I'm saying that there's a real problem here and I don't know what to do about well. I agree with what Connor saying. You have to out compete these people. That's the only answer. Because if you turn to the state you're GONNA find that they're not going to solve this problem for your. They're only going to make things worse in their only GonNa destroy more freedom of speech. Well get involved. I mean let's take a look at what happened with Bitcoin. Originally this is a call about crypto currency and. I don't know what happened but if I was the conspiratorial sort I might say that. The government somehow got involved in Bitcoin to the point that they to ruin the original decor cap. The the transaction amount and made bitcoin a useless. It's the blocksize is what you're talking about right. Cap and es I've always thought that that block stream which was the company that came in brought a bunch of developers and it was in many cases as I understand it. The block stream developers who were insistent that the block size must not grow. And I've always thought that they were influenced somehow by government to damage. Bitcoin and reason is because as an IT professional once. You have a system deployed in production. I believe you. It's absolutely necessary to do whatever it takes to keep that system up and functioning and meeting customers needs and that's exactly what to. Btc People refused to do when blockchain was or when Bitcoin was at its height in what should have been our shining hour. They dropped the ball. They refuse to implement the obvious solution. And which is what caused Richard Vere to have to four hundred BC. Roger Veer have to go ahead. What do you think about earthquake? Go ahead. Well I think the important thing is is..

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"toshiaki" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

09:33 min | 1 year ago

"toshiaki" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Bitcoin is still too small amount of people owned too much. So the problem with the. This moment is that these big Wales can move. The price of bitcoin. Coins are out there with a between one million coins of which I think it's coming might know the answer, but I think it's fifteen million of them around seventeen million around the amount of the rest. So this mining process it's called bitcoin miners, the way transaction is verified. Look, if I send you a bitcoin is these people running computer programs there affi- that transaction and by verifying it, they earn rewards of bitcoin. So bitcoin enters the market as the people verify our transaction, which is what's really intriguing about bitcoin, because it's verified but people who are interested in doing it because they get a reward for it. And so they get a big win that between enters the market. So slowly bitcoin enters the market as verifying things eventually, it will reach twenty one million coins and then bitcoin stops entering interesting. Let's go to flagstaff Arizona for the person does not want their name us. Welcome to the program. Hello there. Hey, George great Bach with you really glad that you have been on the program. I just wanted to share my experience with crypto currencies and bitcoin through a story here. Maybe listeners probably a guy named Andrew Carnegie. And when he was a young person, like I am he was a work for the train system, and he ended up investing in something that he didn't know whole lot about socks at the time. And when he received his I did it in. He's noted as saying, Eureka, I have found the goose that lays the golden egg. And when I had I heard about bitcoin crypto, courtesy stuff. I was like, yeah, that's scam. That's, that's really the way to get half. You know, why would I you know, I don't want my social media online? Why would I put my money online and I had a friend a few years ago? He said, hey, let's, let's take a look at this, and I said, okay. Yeah, whatever let's, let's, let's bury the hatchet here. Right. And so we ended. Getting a couple of hardware wall. It's TT's, and he sat across from me. At my desk, we work nights, and we went ahead and took I don't know, a very small amount of something called dope point an old, coin then was talking about, and it's not worth anything. It's, it's worth percentages of a penny, but she thinks Styve coin to me, and we were only three feet away from each other. And I stood up. And I said, this is the goose that lays the golden egg, there's no Western Union. There's no government intervention. No fees, right, bankers trying to take their cuts or anything like that. And it was completely anonymous, nobody else view that we did accept me and my friend, and I was just I said, this is goose that lays the golden egg. And so I started looking into it a lot more started educating myself about shops, and five six algorithms, you know, the different theory in poking and all coins that are out there, and I believe what the future is going to be is, we have our physical lives. But then everybody, you know, more and more these days has what's called a digital life. You know, either your Facebook profile or your Twitter or whatever, and it's going to be the merging of those, you know, filling in the gap cross bridging the gap of our digital lives into the physical lives. And they give you guys a hot tip. Coin offers anonymous storage called Opie Q, so pay dot IO. And I believe that you truly coins. Now this goes a little bit further they coins and all coins, but you totally coins that provide an actual real World Service, bridging the gaps with our digital lives are what's going to be the future. So the question that I had for Ben was, I have a two part question, and they're sort of sort of different. So if you're the time the first one is the Toshiaki Komodo, do you believe that it could possibly be the crypto anarchist Tennessee, nays? He died recently back in two thousand eighteen but he had written hung the things he worked for Intel, he was a cryptographic experts and he had written something called the crypto anarchist manifesto. I think during the late eighties early nineties, that basically is bitcoin. He he had written about it. Back in the nineties there. Do you think it could be Tennessee Mays? I don't. I don't know the answer that question I think that name has been put forward. I think there's been a number of different it's possible. I don't have any information on who, who does. But I do want to hear your description of, of how you kind of Eureka moment with crypto is a really great way of just describing xactly what we're talking about. What crypto it's that, you know, where there's nobody between you stand one coin to someone else and you realize that, that really is the future of money. It is it is. And I believe I mean, we're, we're coming into a time now where a lot of places especially our digital lives. They're clamping down on free speech and people say what they want people to believe or what they want people to see. And I believe that money or the transaction of money or being able to, you know, basically vote with your dollars vote with your crypto is a form of free speech. And so in the future, the, the lying to be into between free speech and actual money. And we all know you know, I believe bitcoin, probably not bitcoin, but ration- of it, you know, we're not all talking. On Graham Bell telephone. But we use telephone technology in the cellphones that we're talking to so many ration- of bitcoin, but. Do you think? The way the world is moving. Do you believe that governments will embrace crypto currencies or will? They shun crypto currencies and even make any legal honestly, like question, you know. And when I picture you and your friends sitting there at desk, sending a coin to each other that thought makes governments terrified because there's no control for them. If we can send money directly to each other without ever, using a dollar without any using anything back that government, they've lost all control over this blind demand of it. They've lost the ability to sort of print money. So governments initially are going to be terrified of bitcoin, and they are. And you've seen some governments crackdown on it other governments, you know, so far the United States government has not gone after bitcoin has not really decided what they're gonna do about it, and that could be a variety of reasons people like the wink of twins. They're attempting to work with the government having taxed it yet. That you have to pay taxes, but they haven't said you can't, you know, have bitcoin like the Chinese government was, basically, telling people that can't buy a high going to tell you, this anonymous caller if anybody's invented BIC it was him. He knows his thing talking about that, too. I do think that governments are fearful of it. But in the end, the idea of big kind is that no government could really control it even for government decided tomorrow, that when you can't have bitcoin, it's not gonna stop people from buying and selling bitcoin Chinese billionaires, have tons of bitcoin, even though China you're not supposed to have bitcoin because terrified of it because governments terrified because they can't control it similarly banks, like visa, you know, it's terrifying to them because it takes away. Their reason for being, but people at the wink of twins think there's a way to work with regulation to make bitcoin safe by having a regulated environment in which bitcoin can thrive that doesn't happen -sarily bring down governments. There are other people in the book, like a guy named Roger ver. There's people who are, are libertarians, who embrace BIC Wendy's feed as a way of working around governments, eventually getting rid of the need for government. But, you know, the wink of different in that if you, Google satori knock a motel. Picture shows up next to the name who is that guy. I didn't I didn't do the recently. So I don't know who it is. It's definitely not the guy they fought with him, the, the guy that they I tracked down and said was him. But nobody knows what this person may not be one person because whatever it is keep have to, you know, be great at so many different things you have to be a computer coder, somebody who understands economic philosophy. He'd have to be a mathematical genius cryptographer. It would have to be someone pretty impressive if it was one person. They say he's worth about the nineteen billion right now. Right and billion at right now. And you know, it goes up a lot more if the coin goes to where people think could go to he would be the world's first trillionaire, but he you know, he, he may not even be alive anymore. You know with the previous caller mentioned, you know, someone who passed away, there's a couple of people who've been mentioned that the possible guy who passed away. And that might explain why. He's not around anymore. Doesn't make any noise anymore. Nobody knows. Nobody knows stay with us. We're gonna come back and take some final phone calls here. And by the way, lex has posted the beans. Bulletin beer song at coast to coast, as a free download so it's in the carousel link at coast to coast, AM dot com. Here's our next emerging artists. The.

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"toshiaki" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"toshiaki" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Many of your listeners, probably a no a guy named Andrew Carnegie. And when a young person much like I am he was a work for the train system, and he ended up investing in something that he didn't know a whole lot about stocks at the time. And when he received his first dividend, he's noted a saying, Eureka, I have found the goose that lays the golden egg. And when I had I heard about bitcoin, cryptocurrency stuff. I was like, yeah, that's scam. That's, that's really the way to get half. You know, why would I you know, I don't want my social media online? Why would I put my money online and I had a friend a few years ago? He said, hey, let's, let's take a look at this, and I said, okay. Yeah, whatever let's, let's, let's bury the hatchet here. Right. And so we end. Ended up getting a couple of hardware wall. It's some keys and he sat across from me at my desk, we work nights, and we went ahead and took I don't know, a very small amount of something called dope. Coin, an old coin them was talking about, and it's not worth anything. It's, it's worth percentages of a penny, but he since five dol- coin to me, and we were only three feet away from each other. And I stood up when it happened. And I said, this is the goose that lays the golden egg, there's no Western Union. There's no government intervention. No fees bankers trying to take their cuts or anything like that. And it was completely anonymous, nobody else view that we did accept me, and my friend. And I was just I said, this is the goose that lays the golden egg. And so I started looking into it a lot more started educating myself about shots and five six algorithms, you know, the different theory in Polk ins and all coins that are out there, and I believe what the future is going to be is, we have our physical lives, but then everybody, you know, more and more these days has what's called a digital life. You know, either your Facebook profile or your Twitter or whatever and it's going to be the merging. All of those, you know, filling in the gap cross bridging the gap of our digital lives into the physical lives and. And to give you guys a hot tip. There's a coin offers anonymous storage called Opie q. So pay city dot IO, and I believe that utility coins. Now this goes a little bit further coins and all coins, but utility coins that provide an actual real World Service, bridging the gaps with our digital lives are what's going to be the future interest. So the question that I had for Ben was coming. It's a two part question, and they're sort of sort of different. So if you have the time the first one is the Toshiaki Komodo, do you believe that it could possibly be the crypto anarchist Tennessee, nays? He died recently back in two thousand eighteen but he had written Peng things he worked for Intel, he was a cryptographic experts and he had written something called the crypto anarchist manifesto..

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"toshiaki" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"toshiaki" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"How good hockey in all Japan? Pro led by giant baba Mitchell. Hartman sour Toshiaki Kawada accurate highway all my favorites. Ready? Okay. Elliott deep breath. Yup. Bite down hard on your mouth guard as they say in MMA circles, this is a tough one. What happens with the Tampa Bay Lightning now and what happens with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Now, we'll hit pause on the penguins conversation. But to start the pod the biggest story in hockey this year. Columbus advances to the second round for the first time in that organization's history, and they do so by knocking off the presidents trophy winners. One of the best regular season teams. We've ever seen in the Tampa Bay Lightning. What? Now, let me answer your question with a question first of all because upset ever while. There was this plucky bunch of college kids in nights talking about professional is this the biggest player Hoff's for however. Yes. For hockey for shield people brought up Minnesota over Chicago and ninety one Mike Modano mentioned that on Twitter. You did had some people might Twitter feed mentioning Detroit losing to Edmonton in two thousand and three that was a sweep to. But Detroit was not the number one team in the league that year those losing to Anaheim Anaheim Fezzan three they lost Edmonton later. But even though that was a sweep Detroit was not the number one team in the league. I had some people mansion Montreal beating Boston in one thousand nine hundred seventy one Ken Dryden and Boston would win the Stanley Cup and seventy seventy two the following year. He'd win the Calder. But this to me was sweep and the biggest one ever because should never happen to a presence trophy winning team before the future. I think for Tampa. And pittsburgh. It's very different my senses. The penguins have been weighing. For some time. Now that this was going to be the end of the group that won the Stanley Cup back to back pas on the pens. I do wanna get there. But no, I'm just saying that okay?.

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"toshiaki" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"toshiaki" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"The other thing is I guess, you know, dating has been saying to be casual in. So folks, you wouldn't imagine that it staff, but I think that the trying to drag them the absence to legal cases like when stuff happens. And so I think someone had the bright idea of okay? Well, that's you know, we're all off the hook here. If you both signed signed the year. No. Because even after the woman Sanish, she still right? And that's what was Garrity say the feminist who are pushing this. They said what they're pushing for as this kind of equality. Title nine. We're his interpretation where guys were being spelled and everything from school of accusations with no proof at all. But that's the point. That is the point. It is not about equality what this is saying as that women have zero responsibility in decisions that they make any positions. They put themselves in. I cannot stress enough to young girls that when you buy into this philosophy. When you think that this is how the world works, then you are going to put yourself and very bad positions more often than you should be. And you really need to understand it. Because a lot of these people that you might find yourself in big groups with then pay attention to your feminist sociology teacher. You know what I didn't take her class? So that's shit there. She taught you that. You think is universal that shit isn't universal. Okay. And I'm not even talking about just you being here in America like you travel overseas and think somebody's going to show you some extra amount of respect just because you're female note. I don't buy into that shit over there. So you put yourself into a position where you don't look out for your own well being your own surroundings and your own self survival. You you cannot do that. Like like, if you talk about this shit in theory, fine talk about it in theory, but in motherfucking practice, you better get a concealed carry license and take advantage of your second amendment and that put yourself in stupid ass positions. Because you think everybody's listened to your feminists Toshiaki teach. I promise you, they don't you know, what I'm saying. And they don't follow them roles. They don't have. Have the proxy to even think that that is a rule that they have to follow? So, you know. Respond like that you're gonna put yourself in bad positions, and I just really cautious 'specially young girls against thinking that these people are looking out for your best interest because they are really not you are responsible for your best interest in situations. You put yourself in and you should act accordingly. That is your power as a woman on that power as a woman and lead arrested at diminish it alone. Okay. What's our next door? All right and then good capitalism. News shut on ice Cubano coup j four team together on a fifteen billion billion dollar deal by twenty three sports channels and all those who don't understand that. What black people see in hip hop? Look no further than these two. This is what they write music about aspiring to be. And these two are actually doing similar to Trump the same thing rapper. So and Trump is what they've team together to make a reality for themselves. Endless nut point out the song's about working to blanket distraught. Describe everyone like me describing Trump as the guy who calls reporters stupid. I'm sure you wouldn't like that either. But exciting times and hip, hop sunny. So so so so so so so very exciting. And I will repeat this this narrative that I have said over and over and over and over get Republicans conservatives you do not have to come in. And teach us capitalists. We learnt the shit the hard way we went through the drugs. We realize that. Yeah. That'll get us. Locked up in jail. Probably not the best route to go..

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"toshiaki" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"toshiaki" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"If you have a real life business that you want to accept bitcoin or or I guess it's not officially at. The coin cash is coming think dash z cash zen. You can now do that. You didn't know that yet? I did not know that zen is official with with the any pay system over at any pay dot low blossom now, I don't think anybody locally is set up for acceptance yet. But it is in the system since the start. It's there start. Yep. And that's where you got to be. You wanna be in real life? If you're a crypto currency, and you want real life acceptance, he pays the best platform right now on the planet for it. You go to any pay dot global you sign up for free. It's so easy to do it. It's username and password. You create those in your end there's no application. There's no waiting. There's approval process. You just get right in you, put your crypto currency wallet addresses in the setup page, and then you load their app onto the device at your point of sale. And by the way, I think I can say this I've been I haven't been told I can't say it. So I'm going to say it they have completed their first version of their Android app. However, you cannot search for it in the the Android store. You'll find a different app called any pay. I wouldn't install that one. I don't know. I don't know who that company is the logo look strikingly similar to the the any pay logo. So that's the thing with Google with Android is anybody who wants to put up apps on their on their service. But so right now, it's behind the scenes it's testing only, but I have a copy of it on my phone and tablets here in its test announced working. Well, so I think we're gonna see that rolling out pretty soon some excited about that. I know they're working on apple version of the app as well for listeners who are unfamiliar the way any pay worked previously. It was basically a glorified web browser that you would sort of save the homepage to your if referred to as a progressive web app. Is it supposed is supposed to make it more stable it'll make it faster faster because the way any pay had to work. Previously was whenever they would open the app it would have to download that entire progressive web app to the memory of the whatever device the browser. So it took some time especially on a slower internet connection does. Now, it's just going to load it straight from the. The you know, whatever storage on the local unit. So it'll be faster. And I've noticed it's already faster my tests of it. So okay, awesome. So we'll let you know when that's available officially, but it's it's in the works any pay dot global. And of course, if you're on an Iowa device that takes longer because apple has to actually approve every app that goes into their their store. So they've got to go through whatever that process, isn't that may take another month or so who knows we'll let you know any pay dot global get on over there. So we just had Roger veer on who, thankfully, he'd actually joined us here. He wasn't feeling. Well, you could tell in his voice. I don't imagine. It's because he's been debating with people on Twitter too much. But I've heard he's in the in the midst of this bitcoin cash schism drama with the guy who was apparently heading up this other side, this hostile side the one that's threatening to to schism bitcoin cash. All you mean, fakes is what people have been calling fakes the Toshi, aka Craig rice, Craig grace, Craig right, right? Craig rice is rice is the local guys that plays guitar. Craig Craig, right? I get them confused as well. He was outed as somebody years a couple years ago did like a wire dot com or something did a piece where they believed that this guy was Akimoto. I think because he said that he was the Toshi. Well, there there was some evidence that they thought pointed to him, and there was a really long article they wrote about it. But then he ended up denying that he was too Toshi. But now he's claiming apparently that he's the Toshi so Toshiaki modal being the founder of bitcoin back in two thousand eight two thousand nine and statistically has disappeared since I think around two thousand ten twenty eleven and no one's ever heard from him or her sense. Now, you've got this guy claiming to be statistically, not Komodo claiming that his version of bitcoin cash will be true to Saotome she's vision. But for all the claims, there's no proof. Okay. So there's a lot of smoke. But there's no fire and in order to prove that you're Satory knock Komodo all you gotta do is sign something with his PG peaky. That's all you gotta do because he original messages from. Potosi has certain signature attached to them. And only Soto she knock Emoto would have that signature the the ability to sign in that digital way sort of cryptographic Lee sound PGP stands for pretty good privacy. It's an old wind up moving some of the bitcoin out of the very first block, correct out of the first wallet. Right because Tosi who founded the thing is the person who possesses the very first block in the bitcoins. That are that are associated with it. So he could move that improve that he is that he has those keys therefore, he's still she. So there's a couple of different ways that one who claims to be Saito. She could easily proved to be, but this guy he hasn't done that. And no one has ever done it. And nobody knows who's the Toshiaki Komodo is. So now you've got this guy claiming that he's the Toshi in that he's got the true vision. And he's going to try to destroy bitcoin cash with what he's calling a hash war against bitcoin cash. Now, Roger pointed out, there's there's a lot of companies who are. Already taking sides on this. There's a website out there. I'm sorry. I don't know what it is off hand. If you go to news dot bitcoin dot com. They have an article with a list. I was looking at it earlier and save at purse has put out a statement. Okay. Most of the exchanges coined base bit pay. I think we're both on the list. Right. So there's a long list and some of the major companies are sticking with the original bitcoin cash. They're not going to the new thing the so-called bitcoin SV, and I I have to say, I don't think there's much to worry about it. Although that said VIN Armani seems to be pretty concerned. He's our sometime Tuesday night co host will be on coming up this week. So I think that's actually going to be just in front of when this drama supposed to go down. Yes, it's supposed to happen on Thursday next week. So we're just a week away from this. So we're definitely going to get I think Vince perspective coming up Tuesday night. We'll see how he wants to weigh in on this because he seems to be concerned about concerned about exactly like some kind of a hash war. Yeah. But I mean, what does that really mean? A cryptocurrency because I guess the the worry is that they're going to somehow do some attacks on the bitcoin cash blockchain, and I'm not sure exactly what from a security perspective. I think so. Okay. But I like I said I'm coming at this from mostly ignorance, which is why I wanted to bring Roger on to kind of get the, you know, his perspective on this. And I know VIN Armani is a big bitcoin cash proponents. I'm sure he's in favor of the bitcoin ABC bitcoin cash side of this, right? Is that he might be a little bit more concerned with the potential for various types of attacks. Now, there will be if this if bitcoin cash schisms into two competing versions of bitcoin cash, which is what happened to the original bitcoin back when it's schisms into bitcoin BTC had bitcoin cash back in August of twenty seven. Then there's been like seventy different of both there. There have been things that have forced off of bitcoin cash. Have there been okay? I'm not sure what those are called for whatever reason there's a bunch of press around this particular one and. So if you want to weigh in on this, you're certainly welcome to do. So our toll free number here is eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom. And so there could be nothing happens. You know, there's maybe this is all smoke. No fire. They don't actually have any real hash power behind them. But if they've got enough hashing power behind them in this is basically the computing power. That's doing the mining of of these things if the competing group that's breaking away and wants to schism bitcoin cash into two has enough hash power. They will continue and they will have their own version of bitcoin cash, which will mean that if you have as you said you get ten dollars for the bitcoin cash. You don't wanna think about it in dollar terms. So let's say you have one one hundred of bitcoin cash. Well, if this happens, you'll then have one one hundredth of a bitcoin cash, and you'll have one one hundred of this new thing the bitcoin SOB, right? So that's a potential, and is it likely?.

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"toshiaki" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"toshiaki" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ritholtz on bloomberg radio my guest today is paul vena for the past twenty years he has been a journalist covering markets and the economy for such august outfits as dow jones and the wall street journal he is the co author with michael casey of two fascinating books on blockchain and bitcoin his first book was the age of crypto currency how bitcoin is challenging the global economy and his latest book the truth machine blockchain and the future of everything was just released to excellent reviews paul vigna welcome to bloomberg barry ritholtz how are you very very well let let's jump right in to the bitcoin conversation you know more about this than just about anybody i know that's totally untrue i know some sino some about it well you don't know the people i know and apparently everybody else knows less than you so it's a flawed data sal which circles you're on that's right but let me ask you this question what was the initial idea behind the entire concept of bitcoin the initial idea the so this comes out in october two thousand and eight some guy named saito nakimora nobody knows who he is is that a real name is that nobody knows what his real name is who he is a team of people the whole mystery so this white paper comes out to toshiaki komodo bitcoin a i forget the exact title but basically the point is what he is creating is a digital version of cash so in other words if you're a shopkeeper and i come in for a cup of coffee or whatever i ain't you a five dollar bill that is the transaction whatnot komodo was trying to do was replicate that transaction digitally on the internet meaning no paper no credit card no no paper no credit card and also an immediate transaction between just you and i that nobody else sees the words hardy no government no banks no credit card nobody just buyer and seller right just buyer seller peertopeer electronic money that was the original idea sounds like a good idea sounds like good idea sounds like a simple idea right and remember this is two thousand and eight was right in the middle of the financial crisis where confidence in banks and governments are at record lows so all right so he comes up publishes this white paper how do you get from the white paper published so he just released it online originally it was to this thing think it was on an email list sir you know one of those lists yeah so so how do you get from a white paper to an actual blockchain technology and a coin that starts to appreciate in value almost immediately with the white paper was describing was.

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"toshiaki" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"toshiaki" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

"Hang on go ahead bank always gets it wrong so when you're in recession they shove you further into a recession when you're in a boom they push you hire a booth because they moved so slowly and they never react and then they react too late and too strongly they add more regulations when you're already got both hands tied behind your back in your trying to feed your family but there was a reason why the us constitutions based on checks and balances having some faith in central bank is not all your eggs in one basket the problem with bitcoin if you're betting entirely on the sanctity and the gerbil of those computers you said either of you have bitcoin wallet heard that earlier right you probably shouldn't keep all your eggs in one basket there is another best i have several currencies all right hang on one other service that can be performed for people who may not be up with this terminology fiat currency eric we haven't heard from you so tell us what the currency it comes from the latin it be done by just currency that the government creates the central bank creates and then it guarantees that it will retain it's value just in response to tim every advanced successfully konomi has had a central bank for the last several centuries the economies have done quite well the central banks have generally been pretty good at dealing recess patrick byrne now my other adam smith quote the government of an exclusive company of merchants is perhaps the worst of all governments and i'm quoting him because despite what jillian said she was speaking loosely bitcoin is not entirely controlled by computers it's controlled by the programmers and the minors so the code that was created back in two thousand and nine this mythical person so toshiaki toma he knew that he could create a system that will work forever and then we'll never have any problems and so the code provides for its own amendment by human beings those human beings are the company of merchants there the bitcoin holders the miners and also the programmers the people who are trusted by the miners and other people in the bitcoin community to revise the.

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"toshiaki" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"toshiaki" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Bitcoin and you say i i sold it for eight hundred thousand i probably should've kept it could be worth a million dollars today ido item the waddell october a the just it's amusing i find it amusing and uh this kind of silly but walking amongst us right now walking among says there are people who are bitcoin millionaires is even one person at least one person who is a bitcoin billionaire and that's the guy who created bitcoin japanese name we don't know where he came from or who he is said toshiaki knock on moto created in two thousand nine and uh as often as the case when you create a bit you know a a a pyramid scheme like bitcoin or kurt currency like bitcoin uh he has quite a bit of it and part of the reason people wonder if he's even still alive is his bitcoin's worth quite a bit more than seventeen billion dollars today seventy and he hasn't touched it if you had seventeen billion dollars at a hard drive in the corner you might wanna cashing in when you seventeen billy he might become the first trillion air bitcoin keeps going up lille aboard the cheka.

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"toshiaki" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"toshiaki" Discussed on No Agenda

"So there's a you know people are saying different things i'm reading all and we still don't know who he actually invented this nieto to toshiaki mukomo co whatever max in fact max kaiser here's what he always says and this is this is something that the number of our producers are saying to me this is fantastic were sucking all the money out of the system and his all going into a system for the people by the way sound familiar globalists' much and i don't understand how how that works because if you say you're not they're not sucking the money out of the system the in fact this worse you're saying i have money in the system at phnom going to give that away first for this over here which is not in the system but the money stays in the system is not like they took money at like dollars out of the american economy and put it into bitcoin they just gave that money to someone else in the american economy and god bitcoin fort yeah so i don't understand the idea of gets yeah i think you're you're your observation is correct there's nothing to understand because as nonsense whereas max come from my saying this stuff i know what max is like a i wonder if he's even invested in bitcoin i'm or he he has his own uh the travel he he's probably had the opportunity and bailed from bitcoin willio as a went as five thing marxist the thing is he knows so well the people will place value on bull crap because he started the hollywood exchange which was the stock market based on celebrities and you could invest in the celebrity and meal you get money uh do put money in and you'd buy shares and then it was very much like bitcoin just completely very similar bitcoin accepted he was attached to it in could be busted by the government here will that i think the same thing could happen to bitcoin of summary knew who did it.

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"toshiaki" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"toshiaki" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"toshiaki" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"toshiaki" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Know like the cop dramas though there is there something dario shows like you know csi or something like that where they're like it's units to fly only the criminals on the dark debts they're like wang bitcoin night enhance or no access to hand the very first tournament in their first time that i saw it was on the good wife which is like this really left lane leaning uh uh like lawyers show you know right and um she's supposedly the attorney first associate akimoto okay and they want him to give up the toshi's private keys and he's refusing and they're trying to throw him in jail for refusing and it turns out at the end that the kind of imply that he like this group of like techniques that he knows ours the toshiaki komodo light that they're this group of people but they don't care i've heard i've heard over their rtr mosque built they they don't cast bitcoin in a negative light though they actually casted in a fairly positive light that's good it's good to know you know so on musk is building a tunnel he's digging a tunnel with bitcoin that's it isn't and like some sort of super fast rail thing no no no i actually literally have heard like there are some people that seriously have theories that you'll on musk is since potential aca mona there are a lot of theories to if you knock him for those that don't know that's the anonymous creator of bitcoin which again it's it's at record highs by the way i don't think we mentioned that i it did touch a record high today of over seventeen thousand five hundred us as on possible jim kramer said it was going to crash this is a money easy labor saying that record high day you gotta pick cowinner record highs dash at record highs light conan at record highs it's it's like if you're a cryptocurrency trader yasuo today is like.

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"toshiaki" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

LA Talk Radio Channel 1

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"toshiaki" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

"The beginning of the year it wasn't even thousand dollars so for those of you that are not familiar with pickwick bitcoin is a crypt tonic currency was the first cryptocurrency and it was released in two thousand nine by an anonymous a gentleman that goes by the name of sit toshiaki modo sitution duckie moto now that is an alias we actually don't know who the creator of the algorithm for bitcoin is but a basically there was a crypt tonic currency which means it's a it's a digital currency its currency is not tangible it's digital so you could send some one as much money as you would like as much bitcoin is you would like that is based off of it it it it's based off of the federal currency for whatever state or cut or whatever state you're whatever country aaron ray let's say you're in china is based again let's say you're in england than his base off the bear the britain britain it's based on the pound if you're in the united states is based on the usd right so it's kind of a cool thing because it's a it's a global currency they can be treated for goods and services and it's also used as an investment haven as a safe haven for investors icee safe haven because it is essentially kuptana gold now get into that later the thing about this gold right now the amounts of gold is hovering around one thousand two hundred fifty dollars and it's been hovering around twelve hundred fifty dollars for quite some time now it did go above 1300 probably about a month ago was it was above 1300 and that it came backed out there's not much volatility when it comes to precious metals right precious metals are the ultimate safehaven to ensure you are fiat currency maintains purchasing power what does that mean a fiat currencies a currency that is completely and utterly based on faith there is no intrinsic value that it is backed by that means that when our federal reserve prince dollars their printing it without any sort of a debt ceiling now of course we see that.

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"toshiaki" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"toshiaki" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"The episode where they're all trapped in virtual world or well rick motti jerry trapped in the virtual worlds are up but it's not really motivates it's it's a about that one yes yes going they're trying to get the dock that a formula from inra they do a rap and that one nisin but it's not really a rapids is too confusing series of whatever's that's the got apples one all like app yeah it's hungry fat zach lowe's that's yucca like that i really like the pilot ecomog gets a good feeling toshiaki supplier yeah i think it's it doesn't feel complete yeah now it's definitely like it's not like early di simpson's bahama there is this definitely and i think they also in the pilot they haven't quite figured out the level of drunk and a mentally unstable ricky yet because he's really is generally not that drunk either is the only he's is drunk but he's he's pretty you know he he can still kind of you can still function aguirre which ones recommencing the stone which ones that one it's the seas episode to of season on that's the mad max von yep those are episode vibrate really anna liked it enough why do you want from me meyssan i want you to love every episode okay well i i i mostly dirt i would like heads it's the definitely more hits than mrs white will maybe the nato things episode which ones on the one where the may six one that's a great episode but also the one where it's that the devil sets up shop i early all the things the day that it's a microscope it obnoxious jupiter area i also think maybe that's one of the episodes that where the bad part of the fan base really got on board with it let's this that's the pro because he does say.

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"toshiaki" Discussed on A voix nue

A voix nue

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"toshiaki" Discussed on A voix nue

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"toshiaki" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"toshiaki" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Of talk about bitcoin with the upcoming potential for bitcoin fork is it a large potential no it doesn't really seen that large but the people who are saying they're going to fork bitcoin and to our claiming they've got hidden troops waiting for august i come of this veil themselves the internet has suggested that their hidden bitcoin ninjas just waiting to to get you ever is all scared no i mean i'm acid wasn't madam crests the the guy behind arcade city chris david chris davids costume for a toshiba komodo but no he was tissue sakamoto as like that's what of that was discussed in was the toshiba komodo was just feel like there's more to it than them i mean it was a neighborhood but yeah but he was toshiaki that was his interpretation of of the toshinori has great costly added that interpretation of bitcoin ninja loved the hidden and internet of so that's what you know you have to believe to believe that something significance going to happen on august i and it seems very unlikely but nonetheless we're gonna keep a close eye on it here on free talk law because it is the first time than any sort of situation like this has arisen some people are shutting down there bitcoin businesses on that particular date because if there is a fork in bitcoin it becomes risky to send or receive due to some technical issues that i get into a little bit more more on the blog post i made over freaking dot com and it has to do with what they call a replay attack and in order to prevent those replay attacks from happening were basically people can sort of spend bitcoin that they should have been able to spend or sent it to places where they weren't authorized to do that would be for the exchanges in the bitcoin wallet companies to build in protections for that and i'm sure they have plans on how they would go about doing that the question is just how long would it take them to accomplish it in the meantime sending risky by the major companies are shutting down on.

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"toshiaki" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"toshiaki" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is abc complete great programs to bbc world service dot com slash costs welcome to the latest global news recorded a thirty knows gmt on tuesday the eighteen th of july i'm jackie leonard with the selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up the latest attempt by republicans in the us senate to repeal and replace obamacare has failed but president trump says he won't give up the head of the spanish football federation has been arrested as part of a corruption investigation also south african telescope which it's makers say can see threequarters of the way across the universe or one thousand five hundred galaxies the re consumes image the previous best image of this poucher sky showed approximately 70 galaxies and he was just an amazing amazing i son and every but the met team at transformed because of him we look back at the life of the japanese don't toshiaki him hara whose died aged one hundred and five one of president trump's many campaign promises was to repeal obamacare the system of health insurance that extended coverage to millions of americans for the first time but the latest efforts by the republican party to replace obamacare have collapsed and president trump has now tweeted it should be repealed immediately i said republicans can start working on a replacement from a clean slate lucy hawking allstar washington correspondent gary you donahue what happens next to this key campaign pledge most the bowl from pledge really a pledge that republicans of light to the american people for seven years plus now the difficulty of course is that they never.

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