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Let's Talk Bitcoin! #431 Bailouts, Bitcoin, Disruption, Failures and Hope. Andreas Antonopoulos - "No, Boeing does not need a f'ing bailout"

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Soliciting Segwit Questions and Challenges for Andreas Antonopoulos for our conversation on next weeks episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin

Update: Thanks everybody for your questions, the recording is done, we went a little over an hour and I didn't get to all of the questions but I think we covered most. This'll be out on Sunday the 2nd of July
Update 2: Episode is posted - Thanks again
Hey folks, Adam B. Levine (Proof) here from letstalkbitcoin.com.
tl;dr - If you have a strong opinion or concern about segwit you'd like Andreas Antonopoulos to answer, please post it here in the next few hours. Now to context:
In a few hours, Andreas and I will be speaking for LTB episode 336 about some of the concerns brought up in Dr. Craig Wright's recent article on Segwit. Andreas feels very strongly that Segwit is a good thing and honestly I don't have enough knowledge on the topic to have much of an opinion so I'll be playing the "listener surrogate" questioner role, trying my best to represent the viewpoints although I don't neccesarily share them.
So if you want your point of view represented in our conversation, share them here as a comment. Personal attacks or other forms of bullshit will be disregarded.
Thanks in advance!
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Interesting discussion on Lets Talk Bitcoin with Andreas Antonopoulos and others about POW, and POS consensus systems.

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Let’s talk bitcoin podcast: About ETF with Andreas Antonopoulos and Caitlin long amongst others. Great listen.

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Keynote Speaker Andreas M. Antonopoulos - Let's Talk Bitcoin 5 Years Later

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@44:30 "You realize that you just described a completely decentralized, completely anonymous, completely un-censor-able version of ripple [built on bitcoin]?" - Andreas Antonopoulos on Let's Talk Bitcoin! #239 Solving Problems

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Andreas M. Antonopoulos mentioned on a recent Let's Talk Bitcoin there should be a site that lists the value of Satoshi - now there is one - satoshivalue.com

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Lets talk bitcoin podcast: About ETF with Andreas Antonopoulos and Caitlin long amongst others. Great listen.

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Let's Talk Bitcoin! #228: Sidechains with Adam Back and Andreas Antonopoulos - "Andreas sits down once again with Father-of-Hashcash Adam Back, this time to deep dive into Sidechain Elements: what it is, how it works and what it means."

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Let's Talk Bitcoin 5 Years Later - Full Keynote Speach from Andreas M. Antonopoulos

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Let's Talk Bitcoin! #351 - Today and Tomorrow [Andreas Antonopoulos explains how to reduce fee costs using power user wallet features]

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Let's Talk Bitcoin! #228 - Sidechains with Adam Back and Andreas Antonopoulos

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Soliciting Segwit Questions and Challenges for Andreas Antonopoulos for our conversation on next weeks episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin /r/btc

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@44:30 "You realize that you just described a completely decentralized, completely anonymous, completely un-censor-able version of ripple [built on bitcoin]?" - Andreas Antonopoulos on Let's Talk Bitcoin! #239 Solving Problems

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Narrative is Destiny by Andreas Antonopoulos by Let's Talk Bitcoin! on SoundCloud

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@44:30 "You realize that you just described a completely decentralized, completely anonymous, completely un-censor-able version of ripple [built on bitcoin]?" - Andreas Antonopoulos on Let's Talk Bitcoin! #239 Solving Problems

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Bonus Content - Narrative is Destiny by Andreas Antonopoulos by Let's Talk Bitcoin! on SoundCloud

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Let's Talk Bitcoin! #156: "The Moolah Story", with Andreas Antonopoulos and Ben Doernberg

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@44:30 You realize that you just described a completely decentralized, completely anonymous, completely un-censor-able version of ripple [built on bitcoin]? - Andreas Antonopoulos on Let's Talk Bitcoin! #239 Solving Problems

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"Quite honestly, I don't think we should be doing smart contracts on Bitcoin. Bitcoin doesn't do smart contracts, and it doesn't do smart contracts because it does security." - Andreas Antonopoulos

Taken from LTB #414 Live Q&A
Stephanie Murphy: “What's everybody's view on Rootstock (RSK)?”
Andreas M. Antonopoulos: I don't think Rootstock is putting smart contracts on Bitcoin. Rootstock is allowing you to use Bitcoin to pay for smart contracts on the Rootstock Drivechain, which you could theoretically do by shifting money into Ethereum. In fact, recently I saw someone who had built a gateway that allowed you to make a Lightning payment that terminated in an Ethereum contract. So there's many ways to bridge different blockchains together. Quite honestly, I don't think we should be doing smart contracts on Bitcoin. Bitcoin doesn't do smart contracts, and it doesn't do smart contracts because it does security. That's not a trade off I think is worth doing. It's much better to leave that to a chain that has a much more experimental culture and can take bigger risks.
As to whether we can do smart contracts, that's not a binary question; it's a question of value. So can we do smart contracts that can keep $1,000,000 secure? Yes. $10,000,000? Maybe. $100,000,000? No, the DAO proved that. How about now? DAI is doing more, so maybe yes. So it's basically a moving front. As the the maturity of the smart contract ecosystem expands, we can do bigger and bigger stakes (no pun intended) within the smart contract ecosystem. Every now and then there's gonna be a fairly catastrophic failure that's gonna cause a regression in the amounts of money that's put in them. But essentially it's growing. We're proving this every day, and it's the same thing with Bitcoin. The way you measure security in a smart contract or you measure security in a cryptocurrency like Bitcoin is how secure is Bitcoin? X billion dollars. That's the stake that is sitting on it right now, unhacked so far.
BONUS: Bitcoin's security model as block reward approaches 0.
Stephanie Murphy: “Do you think Bitcoin will be able to shift from block rewards to transaction fees to maintain security as the block reward approaches zero?”
Andreas M. Antonopoulos: “This is one of the fundamental misunderstandings and dynamics of mining for most people, which is the idea that something suddenly happens sometime at an undescribed future, either at the next halving or in 2141. The truth is on a daily basis, every single miner in the industry looks at six or seven different factors: the efficiency of their mining equipment, the price of electricity in their local fiat, the cost of their operation system, the current price of Bitcoin in fiat, the reward that's available as a block subsidy, the average amount of fees they can get, and the relative proportion of hashing power. They decide based on all of these factors. Do I leave this specific machine on at its current efficiency, or do I turn it off, or do I point it to another coin? That happens every single day. Every single day that decision continues, it’s rebalancing all of these dynamic factors. So the shift between block subsidy and fees happened every single day since January 3rd 2009 and it continues to happen today.
Sometimes, the capacity of the blockchain, the number of transactions that are in there, the value of the fees mean that it really attracts miners because there's a lot of fees to take. Other times, the fees decrease, the number of transactions decreases, so they're now more reliant on block subsidy and then it swings back and forth and back and forth. It's gonna oscillate in that way all the way to 2141.
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Halving on the way: the cost of bitcoin in May

Halving on the way: the cost of bitcoin in May
Halving on the way: the cost of bitcoin in May
• An expert is sure that bitcoin price will not change after halving
• Any forecasts are an attempt to speculate on the market.
• After halving, bitcoin volatility will increase sharply
The next halving of Bitcoin will occur approximately on May 12-14, as a result of which the reward for one mined block will be reduced by exactly half and will be $6.25. Along with this, the number of coins issued in 10 minutes of time on the Bitcoin blockchain will decrease. The questions of how will these events affect the value of the main cryptocurrency and is it true that bitcoin can return to January highs of $ 10,000, were answered by a crypto enthusiast and host of the “Let's Talk About Bitcoins” podcast Andreas M. Antonopoulos.
According to the expert, no one in the world can say exactly how much bitcoin will cost. The dynamics of the cryptocurrency market is so ambiguous and depends on many factors, that predicting the price of bitcoin or other coins is equal to “fortune telling on the coffee grounds” or “making astroprognosis”. According to Antonopoulos, all the forecasts on the Internet are made, most likely, by speculators who only stir up panic around the cryptocurrency.
According to Antonopoulos himself, most likely, after halving, the price of bitcoin will not change in any way. Reducing the number of coins issued and rewards for them are more likely to contribute to the growth of volatility, since neither the holders of the coins, nor investors, nor the exchanges themselves will know how the coin will behave after division in two. Therefore, in the first few weeks there will be a jump in volatility. The same thing happens on the market today after carrying out a halving of VSN coins. Most likely, some holders will prefer to sell their coins, fearing a possible price reduction. Others, on the contrary, in anticipation of rapid growth will buy up cheap bitcoin.
The coin value is influenced not only by internal technical factors, but also by the mood of the market as a whole. Therefore, you should not base your forecasts solely on the influence of halving, Antonopoulos is sure.
So up or down?
If crypto enthusiast Antonopoulos is not ready to make forecasts, then domestic experts are much more open and share their assumptions. So, according to trader Kir Kelevra, the cost of bitcoin will definitely increase in anticipation of halving and immediately after it. This will be facilitated by increased demand for cryptocurrencies from holders and investors.
American investor and crypto enthusiast Tim Draper believes in the growth of bitcoin and considers the coin to be the main investment asset of the future. According to him, for the past three years, the BTC could rise in price up to $250,000. Several factors will contribute to this at once: the growing popularity of cryptocurrencies among millennials and generation Z, the collapse of the global banking system, which remains quite closed and static.
At the same time, crypto enthusiast Tony Weiss predicts that the price of bitcoin could fall to a minimum of $ 1,000 by the end of the year.
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r/Bitcoin recap - July 2019

Hi Bitcoiners!
I’m back with the 31st monthly Bitcoin news recap.
For those unfamiliar, each day I pick out the most popularelevant/interesting stories in Bitcoin and save them. At the end of the month I release them in one batch, to give you a quick (but not necessarily the best) overview of what happened in bitcoin over the past month.
You can see recaps of the previous months on Bitcoinsnippets.com
A recap of Bitcoin in July 2019
Adoption
Development
Security
Mining
Business
Education
Regulation & Politics
Archeology (Financial Incumbents)
Price & Trading
Fun & Other
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Let's Talk Bitcoin! #228 - Sidechains with Adam Back and Andreas Antonopoulos Crypto Blood x Andreas Antonopoulos Talk A Decade of Bitcoin  Central Bank Issued Cryptos & More! Andreas Antonopoulos The Teacher - Bitcoins & Gravy Episode 41 Andreas Antonopoulos talks about Bitcoin

Andreas M. Antonopoulos The bitcoin and open blockchain expert. About. Workshops. Videos. Audio. Unscrypted. Let’s Talk Bitcoin. Books. Events. Contact. Conference Invitation. Interview. Promote, Review or Advise. Misc. Requests. Shop. Support My Work. Log in. Home. Videos. 500+ Educational Videos. The videos listed below are just a small sample of what you can find on my YouTube channel ... On today’s episode of Let’s Talk Bitcoin! you’re invited to join Andreas M. Antonopoulos, Adam B. Levine, Stephanie Murpy and special guest Richard Myers for an in-depth look at the past, present and future of ‘Mobile Mesh Networking’ technology and the open source LOT49 protocol built on top of lightning. Andreas M. Antonopoulos is a California-based information security expert, tech-entrepreneur and author. He is a public speaker, permanent host of the Let’s Talk Bitcoin podcast, teaching fellow for the master in science Digital Currencies at the University of Nicosia, and author of the O’Reilly Media book Mastering Bitcoin.. Early career ... Andreas M. Antonopoulos is a best-selling author, speaker, educator, and highly sought after expert in Bitcoin and open blockchain technologies. He is known for making complex subjects easy to understand and highlighting both the positive and negative impacts these technologies can have on our global societies. As an educator, his mission is to educate as many people as possible, in as many ... Earlier this week, the Let's Talk Bitcoin! Show (Adam B. Levine, Andreas M. Antonopoulos, Jonathan Mohan and Stephanie Murphy) gathered to discuss Lightning Network technology and two innovative approaches at the wallet level which simplify the new-user experience at a tangible, but seemingly minimal cost. Read More . 0 Comments 1,883 views. Categories: Let's Talk Bitcoin! Let's Talk Bitcoin ...

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Let's Talk Bitcoin! #228 - Sidechains with Adam Back and Andreas Antonopoulos

Andreas Antonopoulos is a best-selling author, speaker, educator, and one of the world’s foremost bitcoin and open blockchain experts. He is known for delivering electric talks that combine ... Andreas has been interviewed by Bloomberg, CNN, CNBC, CBS, NBC, ABC, BBC, and Financial Times for his industry expertise and has been a repeat guest on The Joe Rogan Experience and London Real.... Andreas sits down once again with Father-of-Hashcash Adam Back, this time to deep dive into Sidechain Elements, what it is, how it works and what it means. Let's Talk Bitcoin was launched in 2013 and quickly became a premiere podcast in the Bitcoin space. It is curently the longest running English-language Bitcoin podcast. On April 25, 2018 some of ... Bitcoin Cryptocurrency Crash Course with Andreas Antonopoulos - Jefferson Club Dinner Meetup - Duration: 1:12:22. Jefferson Club Silicon Valley 192,381 views 1:12:22

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