Naomi Brockwell explores why the Twitter hack was different this time and why we should be grateful that they only got away with a bitcoin scam.
Lex Fridman interviews Vitalik Buterin is co-creator of Ethereum and ether, which is a cryptocurrency that is currently the second-largest digital currency after bitcoin.
Ethereum has a lot of interesting technical ideas that are defining the future of blockchain technology, and Vitalik is one of the most brilliant people innovating this space today. This conversation is part of the Artificial Intelligence podcast.
0:00 – Introduction
4:43 – Satoshi Nakamoto
8:40 – Anonymity
11:31 – Open source project leadership
13:04 – What is money?
30:02 – Blockchain and cryptocurrency basics
46:51 – Ethereum
59:23 – Proof of work
1:02:12 – Ethereum 2.0
1:13:09 – Beautiful ideas in Ethereum
1:16:59 – Future of cryptocurrency
1:22:06 – Cryptocurrency resources and people to follow
1:24:28 – Role of governments
1:27:27 – Meeting Putin
1:29:41 – Large number of cryptocurrencies
1:32:49 – Mortality
In 2019, many large tech firms announced plans to offer financial products and services. The Wall Street Journal Liz Hoffman explains why Google, Apple, and others are offering products that might someday replace your wallet.
Wall Street Journal profiles Beijing preparations to launch its own cryptocurrency, a move that could potentially lead to greater state control.
WSJ’s Steven Russolillo takes a look at official documents to find out more about China’s plans.
Lex Fridman brings in another legend to interview for his podcast, Ray Dalio.
Ray Dalio is the founder, Co-Chairman and Co-Chief Investment Officer of Bridgewater Associates, one of the world’s largest and most successful investment firms that is famous for the principles of radical truth and transparency that underlie its culture. Ray is one of the wealthiest people in the world, with ideas that extend far beyond the specifics of how he made that wealth. His ideas, applicable to everyone, are brilliantly summarized in his book Principles. This conversation is part of the Artificial Intelligence podcast.
Cointelegraph examines how the blockchain industry is blossoming in South Korea, which has become the world’s third-largest crypto economy.
Rising from the ashes of the last speculative frenzy, a new generation of Korean entrepreneurs are investing in real use cases and building the future of crypto.
Joe Scott explores why and how Blockchain and cryptocurrencies exploded on the scene a few years ago, with Bitcoin booming and busting in 2017.
Since then, things have been quieter in that space. But behind the scenes some cool innovations are happening. Today we talk about three of them.
With Google just accidentally announcing “Quantum Supremacy”, Naomi Brockwell chats with a quantum computing expert Eric Dennis about Google’s “Quantum Supremacy”.
What does this mean for cryptocurrency?
Could the cryptography of cryptocurrency be broken?
3Blue1Brown has one of the clearest and thorough explanations of BitCoin I have ever seen.
In this episode of BlockTalk, watch a discussion on Bitcoin and Lightning technology with Samson Mow, the CSO of BlockStream. They cover Bitcoin and Lightning technology as well dive into how companies like BlockStream are innovating on top of the Bitcoin protocol.