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Nick Szabo NickSzabo4 is a polymath. The breadth and depth of his interests and knowledge are truly astounding. Nick also designed Bit Gold , which many consider the precursor to Bitcoin. This podcast is brought to you by FreshBooks. FreshBooks is the 1 cloud bookkeeping software, which is used by a ton of the start-ups I advise and many of the contractors I work with. It is the easiest way to send invoices, get paid, track your time, and track your clients.
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You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Remember what Fonzie was like? Have fun and thanks for adding to the conversation! Thanks to Brian Oberkirch for the inspiration. Like Liked by 1 person. Like Liked by 2 people. Tim, thank you for this. Now is tomorrow is now.. Any chance your podcasts will have transcripts soon? Very glad to see this discussion on here!
Imagine if every time you upvoted, commented, or created content, it was mining cryptocurrency. Also, imagine if your biggest fans could get cryptocurrency rewards for promoting your work. Like Liked by 3 people. I totally agree with David Kadavy, Steem has been one of the best things that I came across in the cyptocurrency world the community is just amazing! Great suggestion but I think this is messy.
Tim already has a loyal following who trust him and purchase anything he puts out. STEEM requires time to master and might not be worth it for someone who already has so much clout.
Thank you for this episode! One of my favs, loved the talk on Pascal scams quite a golden nugget. Any updates on when it will? Really looking forward to this one as I just made the the jump into cryptocurrency as my first ever investment! Unable to play the episode.
Have not had an issue before. Nick and Naval seemed to suggest that there was a limit on the number of transactions per block apparently a hotly debated topic. From what I understand of the blockchain, each block only has the root of a Merkle tree in it and so there theoretically could be any number of transactions in the block. Where does the limitation come from?
Good episode, and good info. Dash solved the blockchain size problem in one day. Dash pro-actively solved the slow transaction problem by having incentivised masternodes to produce a huge and robust infrastructure of more than 4, active nodes. AND designing and implementing Instant send. Sent in a few seconds, not minutes or hours or days. You should have a conversation with Amanda B. Johnson to fill in these gaps in your knowledge base.
Considering that, historically, the NSA is years ahead of anything we already publicly have. Tim released this episode during a bullish market as a bubble was growing.
As always thanks for the awesome podcast!! This podcast was very helpful and definitely helped in breaking it down into simpler terms. Big fan of all of your stuff…own every book and am starting to listen to your podcasts now too! Some of our partners include U. Live Prompter is completely subsidized by Facebook, so its free for you to use and will honestly just improve the quality of your Live sessions. I dont mean to spam you here, but just am trying everything I can to get in touch.
Feel free to email me if interested in learning more. For some reason this is still not coming up on Pocket Casts andorid. Any idea why this may be? Excited for this episode. I listen to a lot of your stuff and this was the best. This is going to be a huge space — please give us more crypto information! Great interview, I just wish Naval would have let Nick answer the questions you originally pointed directly to Nick.
Understandable if he was sharing the stage with someone of lesser knowledge or intellect, but the title of your Podcast was about Nick. While I understand the logic of bringing in Naval to co-host, it really turned into a Naval interview, not a Nick interview, and I was left longing for more. A follow-up podcast with Nick would be greatly appreciated if the the crypto space holds your curiosity and you feel more comfortable going one on one with him.
If not, consider bringing on Andreas Antonopolis to co-host. I originally thought this is who you were going to bring on when you asked subscribers for questions.
Frustrating that he kept speaking for Nick. Almost found Naval rude in how he would force his dialogue. I listened to every minute some podcasts I skip around a bit and listened again to some of the higher level concepts. Cryptocurrency makes way more sense now! Hugely informative, thank you Tim! Are the audio products available in a format that Hard of Hearing folks can access?
Captions or the script would be wonderful. Good mix of theory and practice on cryptocurrency as well as other thought provoking ideas and concepts. I was excited to hear that you were putting on this podcast with Nick and the questions were great. If I had to adjust something, it would be nice if Tim reigned in Naval on some the conversation, Naval tends to go on and on and sometimes off topic to always make some sort of point rather than being informative.
This was effectively an interview of Naval Ravikant. He answered half or more of the questions himself. Did much more talking than Szabo. Nick assumed a lot of knowledge that non-tech people would not understand, and Naval possibly even recorded explainers after the show that were then inserted.
My question is, now that the worlds largest banks are finally jumping on board, and are in fact creating their very own cryptocurrencies, how will this effect other currencies like bitcoin, ethereum, litecoin etc.? Negatively or in a positive way? I really hope not, but this is where my mind immediately goes when I think of the pound gorilla entering the room.
Singapore is working on a tokenized currency based on the Ethereum platform. Other countries doing something like this makes a lot more sense than building their own currency from scratch. Using Ethereum as a common protocol allows for much easier interoperability between currencies.
One of the best explanations of the phenomenon to date.