Why I sold my litecoin and if it was a good idea… should I buy again?
My friend and I discuss the Fed, QE, Federal reserve notes, and how that affects currency and inflation.
In London at the DASH conference I did a talk on Instant Send. This short talk explains how Instant Send previously worked and why it was temporarily disabled.
Update: 11/28/2017 Instant Send has been improved and is back online.
During this event we had a mix of new people to Digital Cash / Digital Currency / Virtual Currency / Crypto Currency etc. And some people who have been in Bitcoin / Dash for quite awhile. We even had a masternode owner attend this meetup! This first video is more for the people new to Crypto Currency. It compares traditional banks to blockchain based currency and highlights the differences. It also touches on all the technologies that blockchains can bring to disrupt current markets.
I started a new meet up group specifically for DASH – Digital Cash. This is our first meet up. Blake Chamness coordinated the time and location and he talks briefly about how he first got into Crypto. I then talk about why I think DASH has such a bright future. Unfortunately, our camera ran out of power about half way through so it end abruptly.
However, we got 12 people who were engaged and interested in DASH, and we setup 7 new DASH wallets and gave away .77 DASH (.11 to each person or about $20 per person)
Talking about the Bitcoin blocksize and the history of how we got to where we are today. I talk about SegWit, Bitcoin Ulimited and Censorship!
For a high security password, which is needed for your e-mail, your password manager, and your cryptocurrency and more, this method is the absolute best while being the easiest to remember, transcribe, and communicate to others.
Side note, also please use 2-factor authentication for all of these as well 🙂
In this video I do a test using Mechanical Turk to transcribe 360 Passwords using random characters, BIP-39, and Diceware. I calculate which method gives the best entropy per second.
I also run a (non scientific) single memory test for each method.
A walkthrough of using the wallet, new account, PIN code, send and receive Bitcoin, bluetooth transactions, exporting wallets, transaction details, directory, etc. An overall review of the wallet itself and it’s usability.
I also dive into the security aspects of airBitz.
Using the Bitshares client I short bitBTC, manually buy my own short from a different account, and then cover my short.
In this episode I get into the nitty gritty details behind shorting a bitAsset on the bitshares network.
First, I talk briefly about channel updates, Litecoin and Charlie Lee’s comment on it not needing development, and some updates to Bitshares. Then I dive into how shorts work in general and then specifically how it’s implemented in the bitshares network.