The famous Bernhard Mueller joined us today to talk about the fantastic work being done to beef up his already amazing tool, Mythril. The new Mythril platform beefs up the symbolic analyzer as well as adding static analysis tools and linters (Maru), a dynamic analyzer and input fuzzer (Harvey) and an API for easy integration into a developer's processes. We dive into what brought Bernhard to write Mythril and how it's taken off as a premier auditing tool. We also get into the future of security tools and how the processes being developed today will inform best practices of the future.
Today we talk with Abhinav Ramesh from WandX. WandX seeks to establish an infrastructure for decentralized creation and trade of ERC20 Tokens built on the Ethereum blockchain. The pilot application allows users to create combinations of ERC20 Tokens (known as a Basket of Tokens) and trade the Basket by way of a single transaction.
In episode 22 of the Bitcoin Podcast Network’s music broadcast, Crypto Until Infinity, host DJsNeverEndingStory breaks down the façade that’s presented by some exchanges, tokens, and ranking sites to profit from retail investors.
In Episode 3 of The Bull Pen Podcast, The Crypto Bully steps into the Bull Pen with Peter Saddington. Listen to this scientist, developer and host of the popular crypto news YouTube channel Decentralized TV share his view points on regulation, where he thinks crypto will be 5 years from now and all the awesome projects/resources that he and his brother John have and are working on developing. Peter also talks about his early entrepreneurial successes that afforded him to buy a Lamborghini with Bitcoin and even asks The Crypto Bully a few questions of his own.
Today we talk with Tom Anderson of Devvio. Blockchain technology has grown over the past decade by providing trustless and highly robust solutions for maintaining distributed ledgers. However, in spite of the many different blockchain approaches that currently exist, there are a number of challenges that have not been solved in a single solution. Various approaches provide parts of the solution, but a single protocol that addresses all of these major challenges is still needed. The Devv Protocol was designed component by component to solve all of the problems described above. The goal of Devvio is to create the first truly scalable blockchain, as it includes a full set of needed capabilities in order to grow with minimal impact to operating costs, such as its sharding approach and its Devvnero implementation for fraud, theft, and loss.
Investing in cryptocurrencies is now a hobby for thousands of people around the world. For some, the blockchain is more than that.We dive into more conversations about mass adoption and technology while inviting Nathaniel Whittemore to the studio this week to offer up some commentary on the culture perspective in crypto, some expansive thinking, if you will. Like any emergent phenomena, crypto is a battle ground for narratives and we spend the better part of 30 or so minutes diving into those. It's a good time.
This is a weekly headline show where Dee and Jessie Broke do their best to highlight bits of nonce-sense from Crypto News. We only choose three articles, essentially at random, from the litany of blockchain news that is syndicated throughout a week. If you are interested in all the news articles that we horde in a week, please visit the link below to look at our collection.
- Governments don't like cryptocurrency but they love Blockchain...sigh
- Mining is booming! Sell the pickaxe!
- Yahooooooooo! Old slogan is old.
- Jessie likes how the Chinese Govt. gets things done...lolz
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