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In the second half of this review and commentary Don and Forrest talk about the major use case which is being built out for the cryptocurrency $Tube and the Airtime: BitTubers.com (launched in July 2019 and currently still in beta as of time of this publishing) and discuss why we feel this new platform is so important.
BitTubers.com is a dynamic video and social hub which allows users to express themselves and their beliefs in a censorship resistant environment. Developed by BitTube, BitTubers emphasizes free speech, fairness and unrestricted monetization across the board.
At its core, BitTubers is a WebTorrent-powered content sharing platform. By design, it has inherent censorship protection, real peer-to-peer live streaming and effective content monetization, offered through the AirTime browser extension on bittubeapp.com.
Join us for this fun discussion about a "David" who has a serious shot at slaying the "Goliath" social ghettos of our time.
#bittubers #bittube #tube #brbgshow
What makes a good privacy coin? Is privacy about theory or experience and anonymity sets?
An interesting discussion on privacy coins, plus my book (https://cryptoramble.com/guide) with a Dash enthusiast and an independent crypto researcher
What are the criteria for a good privacy coin? Is actual privacy about theory or about experience and anonymity sets? #crypto
An interesting discussion on privacy coins with a Dash enthusiast and an independent cryptographic researcher. We go over some issues they take with my book (https://cryptoramble.com/guide), and talk about comparing privacy coins.
00:00 The conversation starts a bit slow and meta
17:02 James joins in to discuss the meat of the matter, comparing privacy coins and a specific focus on anonymity sets
53:05 The conversation steers towards one of my favourite topics - adoption!
Here are some links that James provided me with re the claims on anonymity sets:
- First a tweet by Vitalik Buterin on issues with Monero's anonymity set: https://www.ccn.com/vitalik-buterin-eyes-research-on-privacy-coin-moneros-traceability/
- Vitalik was responding to a Professor Emin Gun Sirer of Cornell: https://twitter.com/el33th4xor/status/1126897314352779264
But the response from the Monero community seemed mostly hostile.
- This link shows the importance of anonymity sets when it comes to communication networks like TOR. http://dedis.cs.yale.edu/dissent/papers/provpriv12.pdf
- And this Zcoin page talks about some anonymity sets of privacy coins: https://zcoin.io/what-is-sigma-and-why-is-it-replacing-zerocoin-in-zcoin/
As I say in the video, I now have a better understanding of how people measure the effectiveness of privacy in privacy coins, with a focus on the 'noise' vs the 'theory'.
It was also new to me to learn about cryptography vs steganography. I had never even heard the word steganography before, and it sounds a bit like stenography.
I apologise for not having better audio.
Thanks for watching!
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Aviators - Infinity Awaits Us (Space Fantasy BGM | Royalty Free Album) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sisGSwT2eN0
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Background video is either images from the Hubble telescope or
Video from the Amazing Space YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyExswc5j7U
Recorded by the SELENE Lunar Orbiter - images are copyright JAXA / NHK
SELENE , better known in Japan by its nickname Kaguya, was the second Japanese lunar orbiter spacecraft following the Hiten probe]
Produced by the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) and the National Space Development Agency (NASDA), the spacecraft was launched on September 14, 2007. After successfully orbiting the Moon for a year and eight months, the main orbiter was instructed to impact on the lunar surface near the crater Gill on June 10, 2009.
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Behold! A beautifully executed Euro S50-swapped BMW E30 on these back roads for a quick little shakedown! The only other E30 I've driven in the past was a turbocharged M20 build which turned out to be one of my favourite european cars in the modified market. Today's E30 is slightly different, taking the naturally aspirated Inline-6 from the Euro spec E36 M3 and stuffing it into this Laguna Green 1991 BMW 318is SE (Special Edition) with little room to spare. Enjoy!
A few details from Matt's build:
Work required for the transplant is the usual USDM S50 transplant stuff plus a few extras: custom length driveshaft, custom plenum to accommodate a Porsche 944 brake booster, custom 304 stainless exhaust (dual to single 3”), custom oil cooler. All of this was done by Matt in his garage. The car is sitting on custom 3pc 16" Compomotive wheels which are hiding a Wilwood big brake kit in the front
The car is as bulletproof as they come, having been fully under coated and rebushed with urethane bushings.
It’s sitting on Ground Control coilovers and aftermarket sway bars that help the suspension compensate for the added weight of the drivetrain compared to the 4cyl it replaces.
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They are yummy and filling aaand vegan. I love lentil kofte as they are a refreshing snack that everybody can enjoy. Like them spicy? Add a bit more pepper or even pepper paste. You should give it a try. #recipe #vegan
400gr lentils | 2 cups | 2 water glasses
1 liter water | 4 cups | 4 water glasses
170 gr “Köftelik Bulgur” | 1 ¾ cups | 1,5 water glasses
2-3 tablespoons oil
3 tablespoons pepper flakes
some black pepper
2-3 tablespoons tomato paste
7 pieces of green onions
some spicy peppers
How to make it
1. Cook your lentils until done.
2. Add “Köftelik Bulgur” to the cooked lentils, close the lid and let it rest. As the bulgur is thin the remaining moisture of the lentils will be enough for them.
3. Roast chopped onions with olive oil until they take some color. Add pepper flakes, black pepper, and other spices – don’t forget your salt.
4. Add 2 or 3 tablespoons of tomato paste. Mix thoroughly and cook it a bit.
5. Add the tomato paste-onion mixture to the lentils and mix it.
6. Chop parsley, green onion, and spicy peppers.
7. Add them to the lentils and start kneading.
8. If it seems still to dry and doesn’t take shape, add 2-3 tablespoons of olive oil.
9. Form your kofte to your liking and enjoy with some lettuce.
*Instead of all tomato paste you can add a spoonful of pepper paste. It is quite spicy and adds an edge to the kofte.
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