ARK is launching its own Blockchain which aims to be a Bridge between other Blockchains such as Bitcoin, Lisk, Ethereum, Waves etc. and is aiming to help make the adoption process of Crypto Currencies move even faster by allowing users to use multiple blockchains in only one place, ARK. They provide users with innovative use cases through the development and integration of technologies that power the blockchain universe. Highly flexible and adaptable, ARK is a secure platform designed for mass adoption and will deliver the services that consumers want. Our guest today is Mike Doty who sees digital currencies as a means to promote a fair, decentralized economy dates back to the late 90s.
Coming back to the show is CEO Chris Horlacher! EDC is the company behind Equibit, a peer-to-peer securities registry that works alongside bitcoin and Bitmessage to deliver a complete investor relations service to private issuers. But, the epic and unpredictable adventures of John McAfee have taken their most startling turn yet: McAfee has been hired as the company’s chief security officer! However there was alot of miscommunication - Equibit issued a clarification to their previous press release to clarifying that McAfee would be only an adviser to the company’s board and not an actual employee. McAfee even said: “I regret the confusion." Also discussed amongst the boys: Is Morgan Stanley about to part ways with its banking brethren and R3?
100 episodes. 100 EPISODES! Milestone! This week we chat about Segwit and the ongoing story that the U.S. government filed a civil petition yesterday in federal court seeking disclosure of all Coinbase U.S. customers' records over a three year period. What does this mean for you? Also, joining us in the studio is porn legend Keni Styles! Be careful Googling the name, you’ll get an eyeful. This episode will give you the most unique perspective into the financial struggles of being unbanked in the digital era.
Shh, enough bitcoin noise. What‘s happening on the Ethereum Network? Alex Leverington from the Golem project joins Corey and Dee to talk about distributed computing. WTF is distributed computing? Listen to the episode and find out, duh. You’ll hear Corey in his element talking about coding and programming, which gives him the upper hand in this almost interrogation like interview.
Brave Website: http://brave.com.
Intro/Outro Music: https://soundcloud.com/faruhdey/there-are-monsters
According to the Land Title Association, 30% of of all title searches are found to have errors of some type. By ‘securing’ the information onto the Blockchain, it becomes a permanent public record, immutable and independent of any one company’s database. This kind of clarity, efficiency and immutability of ownership records has ubiquitous benefits. Old buddies of the show Nathan Wosnack and Marina Reznik come on yet again to give us an update on Ubitquity.io!
If you bring up blockchain in a normal conversation, most people will immediately start thinking about bitcoin. Our guest(s) today, CTO James Lloyd and QuHarrison Terry, is the marketing director at Redox. He is a crucial person to have on the show because the dream was to universalize the sharing of data and revolutionize patient care. Yet standards have become fractionalized. Too many hurdles limit access, data remains elusive and sharing has become too cumbersome. This is the interoperability problem, and Redox solves it.